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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Guess so. And I never noticed it, but Facebook did similarly with trying to show you sources. And the presumption is, this is part of the media literacy shtick. If we tell people more about the sources they'll understand, I don't know that that's necessarily true, but what the hell is trying? Well, it just shows you how much you can look at a search result and not see the three dots because I never knew I never knew I could do that. Three dots were there for a while, but they served a different purpose. I think. And so they sort of changed that. Yeah, yeah. So you might have had blindness to it from before. Right. I think before it was just for if you wanted to see a cached version. Maybe that was it. Yeah. So somebody saying it was added, the extra information was added a few years ago. So it's funny because they never mentioned it before as far as far as I could tell. It still says beta on it too. Yeah, well, that's Google, isn't it? It's kind of a princess spaghetti sauce thing. It's in there. It's in there. Oh yeah, we tell people about this. I used to be a very pro Google. I always knew that they were an ad company and that they had my information. But I used to feel like of all the companies they respect my information and their more secure than pretty much anybody. And I don't know, over time, I've gotten less sanguine about what Google knows and a little more concerned about it. And I feel like that that is, I'm not alone in that becoming more concerned about that. Maybe it's because I'm hanging around with you too often, Jeff Jarvis. I love you though. I wouldn't have an autographed.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Another variant comes over. Yeah, I just can't. It's best event of the year. Nicest people. Yeah, it was the highlight of a year. And not being able to go, I know lots of other people have been through much worse things than not being able to go in Italy. But yeah, I just can't take off another year. When is it? Is it next month? Nice. April. Spring in perugia. The international journalism festival, what fun? And then I think we're going to go down to puglia for a few days. Great food in puglia. Look at that. Well, I have a good time. Have a good time. We'll be thinking about you. Suffering. Have some cacio E Pepe for me. The real deal. The real deal. Yeah. Jeff Jarvis is the town knight Professor of blah blah blah. Blah, blah, blah. Graduate school. You're pulling it through. We're almost there. Just don't know what he does. And you're there. Without my cheat sheet. It's okay. Never mind. It's all right. It's all right. It's all right. Now don't do it. I don't know what happened to it. No, don't do it. Jason took it after Alabama Android. He took it home with him. Yeah, Jason was actually in this chair. That's what happened. He says, what a pig stylist is, Laporte's let this go to hell. I'm cleaning up. I'm tidying it up. Anyway, great to have you, Jeff. Anything I didn't know you did the Pete Dominic that everybody should go. Pete Dominic stand up? And I did O doctor, which last time I mentioned, it wasn't up yet. So now it's up, so we had a great time chatting, and I got to ask him all kinds of questions. He says you turn the tables on him. It was a good show. IQ MZ dot.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"My normal, happy face. Okay. I'm scratching it face. I can't read it. That's all. And so it's like the Mona Lisa that follows you around. I can't decide. Is this the normal? I love it, man. Or I'm going to rip your heart out through your lungs, or I don't know. And you can tell. I'm a damn good poker player. It's poker. That's what it is. I bet you are. It's kind of a damn good player. I see the smile here. There, it's like, I don't can't read them. What's he thinking? So you have a royal flush? I don't know. Maybe. Number of the wake mister Jeff Jarvis. All right, so this is the ultimate me. I said, no, it makes Stacy happy for me to bring up this word. Gutenberg. $200,000. $200,000. This makes you got your skills page. Go to the page. All right. So this is a fragment discovered fragment of the donuts, which was a grammar book that guttenberg. It is believed. You don't know anything. Printed before the Bible. And there's very few examples of this and they're all just pieces that were used in later bindings. So this is a 1490 book and this book guy Patrick Olson was representing this thing. And if you go you can actually open it. Oh my God. Oh yeah, so the book is not what you're thinking of this. Go to, it's column one. Column one row two. So you don't care about the book. It's the thing they make with a book out of. Exactly. So go to that one. See what's right there. That's the donut. That is the donut sauce. It's a sliver of the donut hot toss. And the great thing is, it's a wonderfully written explanation of why they know this. And how. But it's $200,000. Has a price on it. And as of yesterday, it had a put in cart button. And I have to admit that I did it for just two seconds. That for one second, I had this in my cart. So they used this old book. They developed this newer book, but this old book has been identified as being a very early Gutenberg. It was a kid's grammar. It was a school grammar book. So they weren't meant to be saved. So if you go to that first photo right there, that's the outside of the body. And you see those little letters right there? Yeah. Those are little, tiny bits left of Gutenberg's dot atoms. Wow. Yeah, so I know this has nothing to do with Google. I think you should buy this as an NFT and burn it. I was going to say I could then burn it. Yeah. Who needs it? Just speaking of NFT. Wow. If you want it, go on over to Olsen rare books dot com and peacemaker will be glad to burn it for you. And now, ladies and gentlemen, Stacey, higginbotham's. Pick of the week. All right y'all, this pick of the week is a little crazy. Let's see if we can get Leo to buy. It's not as crazy as mine. I got a crazy year one. But go ahead. Okay. Mine is the oven that I actually bought in November, but it arrived and I got into play with it. Is it from June? So excited. No. This is a sliding range and induction, smart range and oven from GE cafe. And the reason I'm talking about it is because it's the first appliance that I've actually big appliance that I've connected to Wi-Fi. Because it's freaking awesome if you connect it to Wi-Fi. So I love the idea of an induction of it. We want to get induction cooktops. We actually have this is an induction cooktop. Oven. As well as an oven. Yeah. We love induction. Yeah. Do you love it? Good for you. Okay. Well, as you know, my question is to do that. That's another story. So this is a regular oven. But it's Wi-Fi enabled. So it is the first thing I've ever put on Wi-Fi. And the reason is it talks to both madam a and Google. So I can tell you. I still can't do it, and I can ask how much time is left on the timer if I set it from the oven. But GE has also been very active in updating things. They actually prior to Thanksgiving did an update to many of its ovens, not all of it. But any of those that were capable of it, they did the turkey update that did a cook program for turkey. So you just put the probe in the oven and said you were cooking the turkey. And it was like, boom, I'm on it, don't worry about it. I got this. It's got an air fryer mode. Yes. It's got even though it looks like a standard stove. It looks like it has two. What do they call that the Dutch oven? It's got a Dutch goat. Oh, this one's yours isn't the Dutch oven. I was looking at a video minus that Dutch oven. Yeah, mine is because I already have the June as my I don't need to use that material. I need a big oven. This is not cheap though. It's for grand for this. Well, induction ovens are expensive yet. That's my oven. I get an induction cooktop. I'm really it's been a while. So this gets into the next thing and in like two weeks, I'm gonna have a new thing related to it, but I'll just sneak peek it. Okay. This works with the heston Q smart pants. I have heston Q smart pants. Hence? My pants are smart. So because I have to buy new pants for the induction. It's cooktop. I was like, the heston's work with induction. In fact, they come with a little burner. I don't need that. They're integrated with GE..

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"You've been tweeting. Hey, we're loading Jeff Jarvis just a second. This is my new screensaver. What it does? It never static. Never sit still. You're going to get an error for him. I'm pretty sure. Really? Because you don't post enough photos. Once photos. You want a photo. Salmon. Rick salmon, I love it. SAL. Sam Owen. Oh, that's right, salmon. Yeah. Yeah, okay. This will be better because he's a one of my favorite photographers. There's some great stuff. It's still broken. Oh, you broke it. We broke it. He broke it. So what it does is it takes photos out of your Twitter feed, basically the screensaver. I'm old enough to remember when we cared about screensavers. I remember Murdoch tried to buy or I think he bought the company that the whole idea was, we own the screensaver. And I thought, that's when you go to the bathroom. No, no, no, we're going to put news on the screen saying. Yeah. What was the name point cast? Remember that? Yeah. There was the idea was that point cast, and this is 2000 four. The podcast would download all your news and then put it up in a screensaver or some sort of former fashions. Yeah, I think that was it. Yeah. And I remember we all had it at the site on MSNBC. And so when you first came in and turned on your computer, every turn on the computer at the same time. 9 in the morning, the Internet just like a crawl. Was everybody's point cast is downloading the latest news. It would cease to operations in 2000. You know what? I'm on Linux. Oh, imagine that. Let me just open the terminal here. Yeah,.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"I see what you're asking. I guess they could. That is a potential avenue for them to do it like to open up. The Google chip is based on the ARM architecture license as is the apple chips. So they have highly customized arm chips. Now arm is not open-source. So Google could never open-source that can't do that. Tensor chips. Now, with risk 5, I'm sure there's some engineers running around and they could release something like that going forward. I really have high hopes for Rick's 5 risk 5, but I have a sinking feeling. It's not going to be competitive with the best that even Intel can produce let alone Apple and Google. Why is that? It doesn't need to be the best. The best at what? That's what's so fun about chips today is you've got so many disparate jobs at workloads out there. You still only do one thing, which is PowerPC that did like ten things, right? Now, you've got computers and everything, so they all need different levels of processors, and they're going to be running a million different ways. As opposed to 50. Yeah. And the apple chips, some have even said they're swift machines. The apple chips are designed for a very specific hardware and software stack. All owned by Apple. You can't do that with risk V you can't Intel can't do that arm can't do that. Samsung maybe could do that, you know? Because they do make hardware. They kind of make software. Apple is a unique and uniquely positioned in this frankly. And I think the other thing Jeff will end this is the phone is an interim product. I think Apple and Google both are the way to the blob. Are looking toward the blob, maybe towards some sort of AR spectacles. Well, speaking of which Facebook wants to change its name, that's our subject when we return in just a little bit. They see he can both. I'm good to have you back. I've been needed Stacy. We need Stacy, so if she's back, we don't really need Jeff Jarvis, but he's here, what can we do? No matter. Last week, I thank God you were there because I'm just going like, all I can do when chori doctor of launches is go. So Jeff, I just shot up too. Thank you. I actually, I put stuff from last week's rundown into this. Yeah, we didn't do anything. A couple of good ones there. There was no chance of getting anything last night. No, no, no, but you were good. You asked him questions you brought up stuff. The Rain goes fast. Very hard to keep up with. So were you too? Thanks to you and Jeff, I didn't have to do so much last week. Aunt Pruitt's also hear hands on photography. Our show, I want to actually, this is really exciting. Brand new sponsor. I want to tell you about called andella. Really neat idea. Brilliance is evenly distributed. Globally, brilliance is evenly distributed, but opportunity is not. And really and dela is there to solve that problem. You need talent, there's talent out there. Might not be down the block, and delay is a global talent network with a mission to connect brilliance with opportunity. These days your company is expected to move faster than ever before. I mean, staying ahead of the competition has never been so hard. Talent has never been so hard to find.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Wow it's been a few years off for a long time a few years for more than a few days. Google is facing an e. You antitrust investigation Over whether it may be similar problem whether may be forcing device makers to install google assistant as the default voice assistant on android. This is just an investigation. Though that we'll keep you posted. There's always investigations going on this kind of thing to talk about germany's sovereign cloud. I figure it's got the word germany and it. It's a jeff jarvis store in kind of a quick take mentioned that Does this will we will. I thought it was an answer because it said sovereign sovereign are. They going to do it. And they're going to do it with if google actually It's interesting because it was microsoft and such adela who kept talking about sovereign sovereignty In his last Speech at one of the one of the microsoft developer conferences. And i really took that as an indication that microsoft was going to reach out to individual countries and say look we will. We hope provide you with servers. You can keep it all locally. This is something microsoft fought for a long time. But it's reality actually put these laws in a place big new undersea cable. Did you see. This is the i keep seeing this picture. Cracks me up of of the Grace hopper cable coming up on the land in the in the uk as a transatlantic cable. This seems kind of low tech. When i look at this picture. You how to get the cable from the ship heroin with.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on The Business of Content

The Business of Content

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on The Business of Content

"That could go out and identify areas of opportunity build. Mvp's to be able to address those areas of opportunity and then start to spin up businesses an intellectual property that would be owned by the company. So you know it was a low risk high reward assuming that you know what it was building. would would be viable in confined so there was this constant criticism that you heard starting in the mid to thousands from like these immediate Like jeff jarvis and stuff where they constantly criticized mainstream media. Because they're like well. You're complaining about facebook complaining about craigslist..

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Were here. The day leo convinced. Jeff jarvis to buy a book about a shipping. Oh y'all y'all should. I start talking about the very proud that i got a whole font of of letters. I can start talking about good stuff you all my did you order that. Is that led the printing printing and this is the hand them out. The door was made. No no no no. I bought them not cheat. Okay this is. This is a ten point type dome. Imagine ninety you've got a set type that's time afterward afterward afterward little things. It sounds letter. Yeah that was one letter in a day ever have like like the like ready made so he's pop it in that way there was. There wasn't an effort to do that to have all kinds of funny. You should ask you since you asked. I'll tell you. I think we have a new type channel. Jeff ederer mina stereotype. Also and and the and the iron press also worked on this and The problem was the type centers said. The type case was just too huge. I know where to find the for the time. I gotta remember where the point but you might also be interested. Yes there was late. Eighteen hundreds. He is going to be going hundreds. There was a competitive us where this is true. A competitive sport of typesetting. Oh yeah swift's would do this. And they would. they would do it in in di- museums and there'd be cheering crowds of people watch them set type for big prizes until the international demographical union ordered them to stop because they knew that they would lose against the lineup type. He charming story of technology similar. It's beautiful it's beautiful thing you can edit that out. I know i know currency platform polly network. I didn't actually tell this story last week. I should have because it has a happy ending. Hit with a major attack. Hackers made off with more than six hundred million dollars worth of crypto currency. Then in a bizarre twist the hacker returned four hundred million is withholding two hundred million until quote. Everyone is ready. And where i don't know. And then paulie network promised him a half million dollar bounty for restoration.

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Amazon Considers Buying Movie Studio MGM for $9 Billion

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Considers Buying Movie Studio MGM for $9 Billion

"After 18 tease Warner Media and Discovery agreed to merge Amazon, maybe looking to boost its streaming service and its biggest push into entertainment yet by considering buying the nearly century old MGM movie studio. Of course, this is an e commerce giant. But yes, they have always been fairly serious about their streaming aspirations, Bloomberg intelligence, technology and media analysts, Geeta Ramanathan says. Streaming has helped Amazon acquire new subscribers and make it a real competitors toe other streaming services owned by Legacy TV and movie studios. I think they're taking streaming really, really seriously, and they have the deep pockets to support that ambition. But will consumers eventually tap out of so many streaming services? City University of New York journalism professor Jeff Jarvis says. Maybe they're trying to remake New age cable companies again and at some point there's just a limited amount of money we're going to spend. Until then, consumers have plenty of Streaming options to scroll through

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Facebook and Instagram will let users 'turn off' all political ads

This Week in Tech

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook and Instagram will let users 'turn off' all political ads

"Instagram decided to let facebook users turn off political ads for the twenty twenty election. There's been a big debate whether they should take money for political ads at all. and for one of Said No. You probably shouldn't Jeff Jarvis has defended it saying look, it's not just the people you don't like you by ads. It's the chance for the underdog candidate to efficiently reach voters. It's a valuable tool for people and so not taking political, as would be bad i. think though maybe I don't know. What do you think turning seems to me? It's a good half-measure to say if you don't like the political ads, you just turn them off. You won't see them and facebook at that time will not make money off you on political ads.

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin ninety nine point seven FM Lisa Brady Foxy said bottom line for the New York City mayor bill de Blasio as the your governor weighs when to start re opening where the state with the most coronavirus cases and deaths we have our daily indicators the state has their indicators were all working together they're all valuable measures by both sets of measures were clearly not ready yet to blasian says they still need more testing capacity governor Cuomo says he wants to avoid the backtracking that some other countries that had to do from re opening too quickly the White House reportedly recommending that all nursing home residents and staff be tested for corona virus A. P. citing a video teleconference between the vice president and governors recommending this test happen in the next two weeks the Iowa governor who recently visited the White House says she did not have direct contact with an aide to the vice president to essence tested positive he Thomas spokesman says vice president pence is following the advice of health officials but it's not in quarantine the justice department is now reviewing the shooting death of an unarmed black man by two white men in the town of Brunswick Georgia happened in February murder charges were announced last week by state investigators have been requested by an outside prosecutor after a video surfaced the man who video recorded the shooting death of twenty five year old Ahmad armory in a neighborhood outside Brunswick Georgia is getting threats himself B. Riley said of what scares me if that's what they want to do will scare me I scare the William Bryan is also now under investigation it was his video that shows armories killing allegedly by Gregory and Travis McMichael Foxy seven brown the suspects initially telling investigators they thought armory was a burglar armories family said he was out for a run a justice department spokeswoman says they'll determine whether federal hate crime charges are appropriate America is listening to fox news news radio que L. B. J. on Patrick Osborne this news brought you by J. con roofing and topping Austin's news first responders in Williamson County may soon have access to cove in nineteen antibody testing county EMS medical director Dr Jeff Jarvis says the test kits that have been requested R..

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All right so what's being done about this Craig Forman the prodigal who left the Wall Street journal at the start of the digital revolution to manage the very digital businesses so disruptive to the newspaper has returned three and half years ago to leave the country to the promised land this life is him to get all leverage and pronounce you cannot be a victim you have to be able to control the things you can control you can only change your future you cannot change the past true enough but the futures tough row to hoe if perhaps you think that the problem is printing presses and dead trees and digital publishing is a low cost money machine well not really the gruesome ad market has also consigned digitally native news sites to on profitability many are financed by venture capitalists whose investments are gradually burning away and if you think newspapers can simply adopt public broadcasting's donor model like the one that brings you this program bear in mind that the sum needed to replace advertising amounts to tens of billions of dollars billions not available in the all too finite pool of no bless the blaze not to mention putting your local paper in competition with masterpiece the museum the opera and cancer so yeah if you're conjuring an image of the grim reaper and maybe he looks like mark Zuckerberg you're not wrong but it must be said that none of this is a morality play it's not that the your good of the analog world has been desecrated by the dark forces of digital evil that second at park may have been lucrative and convenient but it wasn't some sort of divine order of things god did not give newspapers and magazines the revenue that they think Google and Facebook took from that June is Jeff Jarvis and Google and Facebook offer better deals with greater efficiency and more performance to the advertisers we used to rip off and they gladly ran away from us integrating steps it's entirely powerful these are things we could have done we could have figured out community we could have figured out new ways for that information but we didn't and now we're paying the price no the horror of journalism is great but the horn is almost entirely self inflicted Jarvis isn't entirely pessimistic to him the answer is to stop thinking of journalism as a product to be manufactured and instead as a service of by and for communities a model.

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Tile testifies against Apple in Congressional antitrust hearing

MacBreak Weekly

08:37 min | 2 years ago

Tile testifies against Apple in Congressional antitrust hearing

"This made amy really mad. This made me really mad. Congress had hearings in Boulder Colorado. That's not what made me mad by the way orders. Love D. H. H H h and the tie more than d. h. the CEO of tile. WHO said apple acted Andy competitively by putting fine my iphone? The IPHONE Tile makes a Bluetooth tracker really big. You can't stick a title to your iphone and then expect to use it. And I I don't know if I agree with her contention that by put I think there is merit in the the overall complaint that apple will can do stuff with iphone APPs that other companies can't do right yes so tiled is all of the location features. That apple's iphone could allow apple. Has You know monopoly. In that respect. She was there testifying in front of Congress. So hello Were a few other. CEO's including We're just testifying about Apple The guys who do this is probably why they were in boulder you know those pop sockets. Let's go on the back of your phone. That's from boulder. I know that because my docket for the pop song you can rocket you can dock the rock up the pocket socket Danny Kaye moment The pocket guy said I you know I. We have to sell through Amazon. We tried not solitaire. Cut His ten million dollars but Amazon. Basically really you know stole our design and started making their own. I guess that's what he was saying. I think he just said it was hard. I don't think he said there was. They didn't like selling. Yeah this field this whole thing. And then David Hannah Meyer. Hanson a WHO is founder of base camp. And I've I've talked to many times. He invented ruby on rails. He's kind of legendary in our business despite his Propensity for buying very very expensive automobiles. What could possibly be wrong with that in a bit of a twitter drama? He's a drama magnet. He's the guy who said my wife got a different Credits it's on the air air apple cart Outrage had never be never presage investigation. The investigation should always come first. Yeah yeah well. That's what twitter we're in his world. Now we're twitter and the outrage engine you know pre pre precedes everything in any event He said that these companies. What did he say he had a great line? And I can't read it because I can't scroll only hope help us help us help US Congress. You're only he complained about through beyond what you said that. Yeah he said the digital ecosystem been quote colonized by a handful of big tech companies. Help US Congress. You're our only hope. Yes that's that's yeah that's that's not a great way to daily for that's not that's not customary for Tech Company to say please Congress legislated interfere with our business because that's not that creates. It's a long standing tradition if you go to the E U for instance. A lot of the E. U.'s. Regulations and privacy things that whole you know what Jeff Jarvis calls the SOMJAI Shrek. The snow'll snippet thing came because publishers magazine and newspaper. Publishers went to the courts and e you and said he skies is this Google. They're really making it hard for us. And and so I think it's not unusual for companies that can't compete in the marketplace to say fix Dixit uneducated legislators by lush parts. Yeah I made I. We sold a green screen plugin called demand for for a long time. You know And we made a lot of money on it. I mean it was solid thirty thousand dollars a month that comes comes in on one hundred twenty eight K.. Unprotected plug it like there was no. There was no password. There was nothing I just installed and it just kind of came in and I knew you. Everybody knew that as soon as apple fixes the green screen because their green screen plug in and final cut was so bad that the reason that everyone was buying ours is because it's the only only way to make it work. That is that the that the money the you know the meal train would be over. You'd be sure locked. Eventually I knew I was going to be sure eventually you know it. It was like like that was coming. You know and and I wasn't so when apple came out with with vinyl cut ten and they had a great green screen plug in and there. I was like well. We're done there. We're GonNa we want something else you know now and and the thing is that if we had done it two weeks after you came out with Devi Matt meaning that timing. That would have been bad. Timing the thing is is that they're not and the thing is. Is that you you could see that. It was there any indefinitely when you're working with any of these big companies you know. I worked with a lot of the big companies. You know that they can squash you in a second now and you. How would love to go to Congress Congress and say you know? There's way too many podcasts. You've just got to limit with number of shows available. The the the other thing though is that is that it is These companies have made it easier to sell than ever has been when we look at this idea to have a monopoly in the apple store though the Supreme Court that is the apple store though. That's their store like David Monopoly on store for less than far less than half of of the world's population and definitely less than you go to android argument to be made that apple has proprietary access to private. API's is that gives them the ability to compete in a way that no third party developer can but that goes right back to our previous argument. Because would you trust any random person with access to the. Api He is. Yes so you have to have some sort of like in my perfect world there would be a vetting system where certain other trusted companies will do it. It's is incredibly gray and fuzzy line to try to walk but I do think that there there there will not only does it have to be but there will eventually be regulated to be some sort of bigger system him than we have right now at the APP store but I really thought that part of the conversation. We're talking about apple that they would be talking about borderline abuse that Apple reeks upon developers through controlling all of their APPS through required. API's like if you like a if apple. Suddenly he decides that a new cloud service is absolutely critical to the future of the company and the future of the Cup and the future of this cloud servers require will will be boosted by forcing every single developer to support it whether the whether that API is finished usable or sensible for the product that the developers is making they can inflict that demand that change upon the developer. The number two stories that you get from developers saying that we had all these plans for twenty nineteen to spend and most of our most of the money and time that we spend enhancing our product to finally bringing this wonderful feature that all of our users have been demanding. Unfortunately we had to spend that time instead said supporting an API that we don't use that makes no sense to us. That apple is not so new. That apple hasn't really documented but apple will not allow are apt to be updated dated in the APP store unless it supports this new. API So apple has a lot of a lot to answer for but not being able to track tile tracker through the find. My APP properly really to me. Is that one of them. I just WanNa say like someone who has sold a lot of software. I I just have to say that in the old days there was I I have to now figure out how to distribute that. How many secure it? How am I gonNA do e commerce for it how am I gonNa do the promotion for it? How am I gonNa do all these things that the APP store took away and made it? It made it simpler. I would even consider doing it on my own anymore. I mean I would absolutely put all if I develop software again I would absolutely put it on the APP orange. I wouldn't complain and just move on because it has never been better than than wh wh what. It is now as someone who's who went through the trouble of doing and all the stuff that I had to being able to distribute updates to know that everybody's going to get I mean the idea that you could distribute updates. Everybody actually knows that there's an update and and it's super simple for them to update and and do their thing is amazing. It is amazing as someone who did this update in ten percent of the people would even know it was there and it was free you know and then they come back and complain and they're talking about this doesn't work. I'm like that's like three versions ago. You know and so the idea that you can keep everybody up up-to-date on it that you can move those things out about the it's not perfect is definitely not better but but holy smokes. Is it better than it used to be. Well okay

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This Week In Google

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for tweet this week in google there's lots to talk about this week jeff jarvis and kevin tofa here will chart how google's privacy policy has changed over the last twenty years will debunk rumor that google is about to and create a fourth telecom company and we'll talk about the twenty fifth anniversary of a little ecommerce startup you might know it's all coming up next on twig that cast you love from people you trust this is this is twig this week in google episode five hundred sixteen recorded wednesday july tenth twenty nineteen skylab copper lights this week in google is brought to you by h rifts whether you work for a big brand running your own small business or do freelance work getting getting traffic to your website is always a challenge h rifts is an own one s._e._o. tool set that's here to help give you the tools you need to rank your website google for a seven-day trial for only seven dollars go to eight h. r. e. f. s. dot com to sign up and buy capterra find the right tools to make an informed suffer decision for your business capterra software selection simplified visit capterra's free website at capterra dot com slash twig and by express v._p._n. protect your online privacy with one click it's that easy for three extra months free with a one year package go to express v._p._n. dot com slash twit it's time for tweet this week in google title is showing cover google lennox a little google in somewhere lennox now i don't know where the lendings comes from but we actually do have some nine this weekend google mixed in like a little cream in your coffee we also some facebook and twitter and we have a very sleepy jeff jarvis who is in madrid right now he's had a couple of services he's had some high mony barikot he's had some case of data to a mexican restaurant in madrid which is kind of insane but you have kissel so for dido so jealous and was a good <hes> taco al pasta or code case that's hysterical that's mexican food i know that's what i did because here's why why because you me because every restaurant opens that's at nine o'clock i went over the goya stop on the metro and just trying to find a restaurant your god i know isn't that out for an hour to get the eight o'clock so i get personal is like that too there's like you're going to the denny's early bird dinner if you try to eat at seven it's like what kinds of restaurants do not open until not yeah i apologize but i'm glad you got something delicious it sounds like and it was thank thanks so much what what brings you to madrid this he also he must see what's that <hes> the a._m._c. are i don't even know that stands for academic conference giving a presentation tomorrow host gutenberg post mass you've heard it before for the international association for media and communication research i am are so i did that address tomorrow i've met with l._p.'s

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This Week In Google

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"And we thank you for using that you are L showing your support for this weekend. Google Efate was yesterday. I saw a little bit of Mark Zuckerberg doubled down Jeff Jarvis. He doubled down on his privacy plans. Which actually if you there's a there's an image of him under the sign. The future is. Private. Yep. That disturbed me because what I've been fearing is an internet that we all go into our turtle shells. And I understand why Facebook Twitter understand ways saying I get all of that. And full disclosure is that I raise money for my school from Facebook. I am independent Facebook received on money personally from any platform enter disclosure about here. I'm complaining about the the internet. Does that I so treasure is that all these voices could be heard anyone can be public and that and that we share Cherian is a public act at some level or another. And that's what that's why I've celebrated Facebook considers existences. And I don't know what Facebook is going to do with the core Facebook besides take away the blue got two minute. But I do worry about the world. We heard about here, which was that everything is locked down in private everything is temporary that we lose the links and the permanence that that build a culture in new ways. And yes with things that go wrong. And yes with things we've learned, and I'm not saying that I want everything to be public about saying that at all. But if everything is private did, we lose something? So that that bothered me. I think if you go beyond Facebook, though, these same avenues exist, you could create a WordPress blog to make things public, and it's Facebook. If you think of it better analogy may be like the conversations you have with people on the street, the immed- so imagine the public square near talking to them having those. Seymour ephemeral and private make sense. And you can even develop your opinions there in test the mount against people without them penalizing you, and then you can go in and write a blog post to post it on meeting. Like, I still feel like there are plenty of avenues that are still accessible to lots of people that that give you because Facebook was trying to be both things, and I don't what is covered in couldn't be both things because no-one no-one tries out there public opinions unless they're teenager in front of everyone. Right. That's that's not a sophisticated way to develop things or you. Oh. I think this is actually really good move. Because it makes it safe for people to explore and it also helps protect young people from being penalized for things they said or did an even older people that they said in did when they were you know, younger and stupid. I mean. That's a good thing. And they're still those avenues disagree with that. Stacey I just think that that we haven't yet fully explored. So yes, I think you need those spaces and maybe face it was the wrong one. But let's just say that Twitter did what Jack has been talking about. And goes to subjects not people than what my now Hackney. 'cause I've said it so often example, but but how do we get then the coalescing that occurs. The the gathering that occurs. Ron me to or black lives matter or living while black. How do we get Ferguson, Missouri?.

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Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"You talked about JJ, but you've got to keep to leave. You've got Marcus Peters on the squad. Guys, you've done battles with as far as being on the opposing squads. What is it going to be like to play with those dudes in the secondary, potentially? Exciting for me to get another guys on a personal level and to discount, Pete and push each other. Like, we gotta we gotta build a bond that we know exactly what each other's thinking without even saying anything, and it takes a lot of work. But being with guys that are talented as as those guys who can make plays and tackle. I mean, it gets excited for me the safety of the the things that were going to be able to do as a secondary by communicate and the different moving into the multiple things that all of us can do it's gonna be it's gonna be a fun time for sure I know you haven't necessarily been on the field with them, even when you were opponents, but I'm sure you've heard but from your teammates who were on offense, which one of them is the better trash talker, though. I think they're both. They're quite honestly, they both. They both know how to dish it out and love that you want corners that are dogs that are confident that don't care about anything other than balling and getting that ball. So I'm all for it. You guys on defense. I've always said you got to be a little crazy Weddell to play defense because you guys are colliding for a living those offensive guys they don't love to get hit. But by death is there are a few guys who enjoy the contact usually it's running backs or whatnot occasionally, a big wide receiver has never been a guy on the offense of side that you've seen that. You're like, oh, this guy's got more dogging him he might be able to play defense too. Just because of the personality who's the guy on offense. That is impressed with that kind of dog in them. You know, Laurent are not wrong Landry. Jeff Jarvis Landry. I have a lot of respect for the way blocks the way runs routes catching over the middle. And and love going against him. Because it brings out, you know, at the safety better always watch. And know that you'd better hit him before he gets you. So he he's a guy. I can think like if we if you had if you were an opinion either to safety on there and throw a space in the fan for sure I gotta ask you about Phillips to I don't know how much time you've actually spent around wait necessarily. But all the dudes love him. You know, they all talk about how sneaky funny, he is what we are conversations like wage. Does jokes aside jokes here and there he's just a he's star casting? He's funny is little jokes about what other people say. And I mean, he's a legend his he's you never you don't coach for this long. And in this league, if you're not one of the best in in able to change and manipulate and be able to do the things to say head of the curve often. So I'm ecstatic to be able to be coached under to learn learn from this man in the defense that he sees in. The Rams joining us here on the Sodano show on ESPN LA. I always loved to just kind of picture him in, Sean. I know it's LA Hollywood like they would make a great buddy cop movie. Right. Because you've got the young hotshot. You know in the old time veteran. Overseer of for sure that the commerce as those to be worth the price of admission. Yeah. Doubt about it bad. It's pretty awesome. What they've got Bill. What they've been building. What they continue to Bill by adding guys like yourself, man. I think it's going to be another fun season. They've got so much stuff going on on this team particularly on offense, which I'm sure you've seen a lot of you know, you talked about some of the guys on defense. But what do you make of for example, Jared Goff in Todd Gurley and Brandin cooks? And those guys Robert woods. They've got on the offense of and guys that you'll be going up against the practice. Just the they're all they're they're no egos. They work extremely hard and practice..

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This Week In Google

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for tweet this week in Google, Leo LaPorte, of course, out as I like to say gallivanting and really quite sure where Leo has gallivanting this week. But nonetheless, he's gallivanting jas now filling in for Leo really enjoyed being able to hop on twig while he's out. So thanks for allowing me to to to join the all today joining us as usual, Jeff Jarvis buzzmachine dot com. How're you doing? Jeff rate the events you hop. I sit. And so what does that mean when when Stacy's out and Mike Algan is in Stacy's place? If we hop gallivant and sit what are you doing Mike open? I'm just confused with all the gallivant. Is the ultimate gallivant jer and roll hopper. True Gallivan to another location. And then once I'm there, I sit. Do it all Jeff. I I was telling you before the show. I am. So like, I respect you so much in in your ability to do what you do to just travel the world and live your life like that. I just I love it. It's what a wonderful life choice. The concept of the digital nomad was was arrived at ninety seven. I think by Hitachi executive who wrote a book called digital nomad and for a long time. It was just like, oh, that's crazy. Like, why would you do that? Does that it's actually lots and lots and lots of people do it. And it's a it's a technology enabled lifestyle. We talk about technology changing culture. This is a major way can change culture. And especially the thing that really kicked digital nomad living into the into high gear was the sharing economy Airbnb things like Uber like you go to Mexico City which used to be super dangerous to take a taxi Mexico seal still is to take a taxi in Mexico City. Don't take taxi. Uber is great. I mean is really great in Mexico City. So it's like the sharing economy has really transformed living abroad, the it sort of enables you to not have to own stuff, you just rent and borrow, and you know, whatever share things everywhere, you go, and it feels in many cases, I imagined feels like home, even though you're not, you know, you don't have a home that you return to every single day. You're there long enough for it to feel home and you're actually living in a home. If you're doing the sharing economy, you're living in someone's home that they've built up for you to you know. To share with you. We say we feel like temporary locals everywhere we go because we go. There we meet the neighbors we shop and local stores, we sort of get to know the place, and we acclimate ourselves to the point where we just feel like locals, and then we leave. Until the next time. The hardest thing is you make friends everywhere. And then you've got your always away from most of your friends. Okay. It's you know. But it's it's worth it. Because you do make all those friends. Yeah. Yeah. I get this ad on Facebook all this time for this. Supposedly magic t shirt that you like never have to wash. Do you like one of those? No because no because my wife, and I by which I mean, my wife and to a lesser extent. Just don't like synthetic fabrics. I mean, she just everything we have is cotton or linen or something like that. So those things are pretty high tech synthetic things. I'm fascinated by them. But I'd rather just have cotton stuff in wash it. Yeah. Because all these places they're staying they have washers and dryers, and almost nobody has dryers. That's a very no really dryers as a very American thing. Like, okay, washers are everywhere. And the apple hang stuff hanging out. And so, but, but if you know what you're talking about Jeff the way the advertise it, they're like, you don't need luggage because you only have one pair of anywhere which never right? And I'm like that's quite a sales pitch to say, you don't need a Pat on because you never need to change your clothes kinda gross actually. For the suitcase that you can supposedly it's a briefcase suitcase, you can fit everything in they show. You the whole house is in this one little thing turns it when I see that. Yeah. Thanks. Yeah. I mean, the the to me I think the ultimate business. And I think there are things like this. But not quite like this. But I'd love to see some entrepreneur out there..

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This Week In Google

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"No longer spark. Joy, this snake doesn't spark much either. He's just sitting there. All right. Cool. That's that's by the way, Stacy's websites. Stacey on I O T. If you don't like my FOX tweets, which I think you're FOX tweets. There's a little snake tail right there. What happens if I touch snake's tail? Getting creeped out. It feels like. Yeah. Right. It's like, I'm move. Some pulling that in. Going away. Now, snakes he and crap. Is that fish when Schramm multi this one's bolting? So there's you're gonna have snakes, computer. Snake fakes Jeff Jarvis your number of the week. So so after having been calmed down. Thanks to calm calm. Also calmer about the EU right now are you know, because the dreadful new copyright law. And oh, yes. Articles eleven and thirteen is on life. Support eleven countries would not agree to compromise language and it's back to the groin board. And maybe nowhere from there. Louis a- it hit a brick wall. However, I was I was like you joyful about that. Until I read that the most of the reasons people this the NATO Member States didn't like it was it didn't go far enough. Then I thought oh. This isn't really something to celebrate. But right now, I feel come. But this good. Should feel pictures of foxes and Bill even better. Julia rate is great so calm. She's a member of the European parliament who's been fighting this battle. So she is against eleven thirteen. Yes. Yes. She's been these are the very I refer you. This is where we talk about this. But yeah, these these would really be damaging to the to the internet. Good. I don't really I didn't bring you anything. They I'm sorry. Brought us a snake? A snake is pretty cool. It's my show and tell for the day the snake answers to either snaky mix snake face or Sheila. But it doesn't really answer to any decimated. Nothing. It's a damn snake to answer found its new home here in the twit studios. Here's a little breaking news. Oh feed to lay off fifteen percent of staff..

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"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"From like, a good screen in a webcam. It's kind of purpose built so. Okay. Like, if like, I would like I was going to give it to my mom, right? So it makes it very easy for her. There's a big button that says talk to lay oh or or or I could call her and I'll hear on her screen. It's just easy. Okay. That's the main reason I tried to return it. They wouldn't let me. They wouldn't let you said there's a thirty day return policy. So I thought well, I'll buy this. I'll review it don't give it back. And I sent him a note that you know, like in two weeks saying I I want to send it back. They said, oh, well, you can return it. But I you have to tell us why. And we need to copy the invoice. So I said, I don't want it because I don't want you spying on me. And here's my invoice. And then I never heard from them again. Why? So they basically that. That's I think legally that's them saying they are spying on you. Right. It's like oh. Well, never pay. No attention. Yeah. Just forgot about this to Facebook portal. You're stuck with me. Leo, thou. Jeff Jarvis got very upset in a way that one would not expect over this article from wired magazine, Kato Neil, and it's not I should point out. It's the pinion peace. Not an article Facebook's ten year challenges just a harmless Meam, right? She posited. Well, we know. No. But what if Facebook was just trying to collect data about how people age over ten years? And it's more of a what if peace it made Jeff went ballistic. This is exactly what's wrong with journalism today. This is not you know this. This is going to people are going to this is going to bring government regulation down on their heads. This is inappropriate. I don't know. I don't think it's that far fetched. Maybe they are collecting that kind of date. Of course, they are. I'm of two of this. Okay. First of all from the technical point of view. There's a lot easier way of doing this. Right. So I doubt that this is something that Facebook is doing Facebook. By the way, says we'd have a user Joe, we don't I mean, this is not a method. They would use to get this information right on the other hand in terms of going back to the article. We just talked about how many people know what Facebook is collecting on you. I think this is something that gets into the public space. Easier than it's the the audience is not the technical audience the audiences the people who don't know that this stuff is even possible that they were like oh. And maybe it'll add just enough skepticism for them to, you know, say, oh, what's my whatever. It was a porn star name with the city you group. I mean the street you grew up on and then your last name that your porn star name. I brought that one. I brought that one up to Jeff that, you know, Cambridge Analytica did pretty good using those Facebook quizzes together, and you mention about people..

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This Week In Google

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"jeff jarvis" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for tweet this week Google show, the talks about anything, but Cookham pretty much joining us Jeff Jarvis from the city of New York, buzzmachine dot com. Wake up wake up. Before the show is he people think they miss things before the show. No, you missed incredible boredom. Home phones versus what header graphs header graphs. And and and row, pens pencils and figgy barren fig we thought all away too much last week. It was the apparently Stacy's tells us it was the old fart episode last week 'cause she wasn't here. And we ended up talking about all of that on the show. We got it out of the way this time ahead of time. Stacey back how a CAS. Stacey. Stacey not. Oh, it was lovely. I don't. I don't believe. I just said that. Well, just lovely only the Queen. And I got together. She's berry Poppins of the tech world. That's actually, not a bad description of he'll kind of actually actually yes, it does kinda work like, I'm generally. Cheerful. But I am stern. If I need to be practically perfect privately way. I guess. Okay. So see was. Oren did not have. So it Aiko in a little different because I'm I'm super nerdy. I go looking in like the chip booths in the weird lake attacked people about product design looking for better ways to use battery life or maybe like flexible electronics I go looking for. I don't go looking for televisions or laptops, or anything like that. And I do go looking for smart home stuff. And I I didn't find anything new. I didn't find anything deeply game changing or disruptive and that made me cut a sad. I did see last year. I got very excited about. A Mems sensor that Bosch should build that allowed you to project something on onto a let's see onto a counter, and you could actually interact with it in. I saw that in person they turned it into a projector product, and it was super cool. I think I tweeted out or we put it on our Instagram account of the the. It was dividing up cake slices for me, and it would do things like if you stuck like a piece of meat in front of it or food. It would identify push the cake under its camera. And then it projects the slice where you should slice it. Yeah. And then you can run a little slow. It has a slider on the bottom and you run the slider. And it goes like more more slices. All there's ever if you. But. You can you. What is Lices? No that calm yourself, my friend. So what this does is this is just a new way to interact with something. And the what they're showing off when you can project information down in then also interact with it..

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