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Apple reveals lower cost watch and updated iPad
"Maybe with the event's title, we should have known it would-be. Short. Tuesday's time flies event flew past at just over one hour, four pieces of hardware, basically, as well as new services and the services bundle we're focusing on hardware today. Surprising, absolutely, no one apple on Tuesday announced apple. Watch series sex running through the hardware. The S six system and package packs a new dual core processor based on the eighth thirteen bionic an iphone eleven it runs twenty percent faster than series five apps launch twenty percent faster. It's the first. Apple. Watch to include the you one ship, an ultra wideband antennas. The series six always on retina display is up to two point five times brighter outdoors than Apple Watch series five. Both the same all day eighteen hour battery life is before and can hit full charge in one point five hours. To features focused on during the devices introduction where the always on all tinder and the blood oxygen sensor. Not sure why always on is important for an intimidator unless you're worried about rock climbing in your sleep Apple says the always on ultimate provides real time elevation all day long by using a new more power efficient, barometric, ultimate her along with GPS and nearby Wi fi networks. This feature allows for the detection of small. Changes above ground level up and down to the measurement of one foot. And can be shown as a new watch face complication or workout metric. More life and death or the blood oxygen sensor and is associated APP. Apple says, series six measures the oxygen saturation of the users blood. So they can better understand their overall fitness and wellness. Oxygen saturation or S P o two represents the percentage of oxygen being carried by red blood cells from the lungs to the rest of the body and indicates how well this oxygenated blood is being delivered throughout the body. And how it works is really cool according to Apple's presentation. The sensors are basically checking the color of the blood as it passes by. That color indicates how oxygenated the blood is, which is free again. Amazing. Speaking of colors for the to apple watches I've owned I've chosen brushed aluminum. It's easy to match with just about anything. But if you have a signature color or don't care about matching or. Planned to have plenty of apple watches on hand to put on your wrist Apple Watch now comes in the couple of colorful colors. For. The first time says apple a new blue color. Silver Space Grey and gold aluminum case options along with the product Red Apple. Watch. With exclusive matching, bright red bands stainless steel models are now available and graphite and an updated classic Yellow Gold Color Apple. Watch edition is available in natural and space black titanium. Series six also says Sayonara to ceramic while apple didn't mention it during the event. A piece from macrumors says, that is no more. As is the way the arrival of new apple watches also meant the arrival of new bands. This time though whole new bands, not just new colors. Sport Band makes way for so loop. No clasp. No buckle. Solo Lupus a continuous end stretchable ban design that says comes into materials, soft silicone and braided yarn. Nine sizes for those. Apples supposed to have a size guide on its site. Checking Apple side it looks like Sport Band is just making room not seeding the field. Both sport? Band and Solo loop available to order as of now, there's also said to be a first of its kind leather link that wraps around the rest held in place with flexible molded magnets. Nikewatch gets everything we've talked about already plus a new Nike face and new colors for the Nike Sport Band and Nike Sport Loop. Same goes for Apple Watch air MAS- as far as improvements the hardware it's stainless steel cases come and silver or space black paired with single or Dubna, tour styles and an assortment of vibrant new colors. Now about the only thing predictions got wrong for Apple Watch as E was its name. leakers had thought that that was shorthand that it'd be called something simple like apple. Watch. Apple Watch S E is the budget chronometers name. Well mid range chronometer Apple Watch series three is the true budget model still out there selling for one hundred, ninety, nine bucks. An apples press release apple CEO Jeff Williams was quoted as saying Apple Watch S E combines elements of the series six design with the most essential features of Apple Watch, all at a more affordable price. No Blood Oxygen Sensor and no, always on display. It does sport the always on all temperature though because apple is taking this sleep climbing thing seriously. Looking at the hardware sports the same size displays as the Apple Watch series five. The S., five system and package and dual core processor deliver performance that's up to two times faster than the Apple Watch series three. The S. E. Packs the fives haptic feedback for the digital crown, and that speaks and here's what the latest speaker and microphone in the watch line. Apple says, watch as e features the same accelerometer gyroscope. altimeter as Apple Watch series six and with the latest motion centers and microphone. It offers robust health and safety capabilities including fall detection emergency, SOS, International Emergency, calling, and the noise. APP. Now, if you decide, the six time is the charm that you're finally ready to buy Apple Watch. The one you buy probably won't have a charger in the box Lisa Jackson vp of environment policy and social initiatives at apple appeared during Tuesday's event extolling the environmental virtues of apples timekeeper. Sometimes. Jackson said it's not what we make but what we don't make that counts. That he's from seeing that says that when she said that apple won't be including USB adapters with this week's watches. As putting them free in the box consumes resources and adds to apple's carbon footprint. Interestingly, people who can afford to buy a charger without giving it a thought. Won't have to do so. A separate piece on chargers Napa Watch from apple insiders as apple, watch, addition, and Apple Watch. Will include a five watt power adopter. Bloomberg's Mark Gherman Kinda cried foul over that on twitter. Quoting his tweet looks like the Apple Watch titanium and Armez model still have the power adapter. So the more expensive versions keep it. makes it seem like it's less of an environmental thing and more cost driven? I can get thinking that as an immediate reaction. Here's the thing though you gotta figure apple sells at a minimum hundreds of entry level apple watches for every single edition or. Sold. Probably thousands. So even though it looks like catering to the wealthy and yeah, there may be a bit of that. Even though it looks like catering to the wealthy dropping chargers, millions of people probably don't need. Might make an environmental difference. No I saw way more than one piece saying not including chargers with Apple Watch is just the beginning. While, it has been rumored that the next round of iphones will also arrived without a charger. Apple doesn't seem to a pulled the chargers from the ipads that are also coming out this week. We'll get to those in a bit. Want to get an Apple Watch for your kid but not give them an iphone worried that mom or dad may have a slip and fall or ended up seriously directionally challenged apple has a plan to watch the whole family. Selling points as far as apple's concerned with family setup, you can stay connected with family members without an iphone from making and receiving phone and facetime audio calls to sending and receiving messages and emails, and even connecting with other Apple Watch wearers over walkie talkie. Parents have the ability to approve all contacts. So kids can safely use the communication features of Apple Watch, according to the company. The activity rings experience has been optimized for kids according to Apple. Emergency SOS is being pushes the benefit though. Apple Watch already does that. And finally school time and downtime or front and Center for children while optimizations focused on health for older relatives take precedence at the other end of the spectrum. Now the news that will make family setup less useful for many. It requires cellular models, of Apple, watch series four or later or Apple Watch S E running watch os seven paired with iphone six s or later running IOS fourteen. Apple also said that kids and older family members of the household using family set up, we'll have their own phone number through a separate cellular plan. So, while you don't need to get GRANDPA and the kids their own phones, each cellular watch will come with a tone cellular plan and. Associated Bill. Family setup goes live today and so by the way does watch Os Savon. that. was kind of surprise more on that a bit later. With such an emphasis on the health, it's not overly surprising that the new Apple Watch Slash Watch Os Combo brings a few new health studies. macrumors runs those down starting with an asthma study being run in conjunction with the Insurance Company Anthem and the University of California, Irvine. Second the peace says Apple has tied up with university health network and the University of Toronto to learn more about how Apple Watch metrics including blood oxygen can be used to manage heart failure. Finally macrumors says apple is partnering with investors at the Seattle, flew study at faculty at the University of Washington School of Medicine to explore how changes in blood oxygen and heart rate can be early signals the onset of influenza and Kobe nineteen. The watches by the way are ready to order now. Those opened on. Tuesday, they'll ship on Friday in the US Puerto Rico twenty seven other countries and regions. Apple Watch series starts at three, hundred, ninety, nine dollars adding cellular adds another hundred. Bucks. Same goes for the Apple Watch Nike and Apple Watch Air Mas- that the prices run higher on the AMAS models. The new bands are also available to now they too will ship on. Friday the eighteenth of September. Though only in the US and fourteen other countries and regions. Porters are also underway for Apple Watch as E. It's got a starting price to seventy nine dollars. Interestingly, adding cellular to that one only adds fifty bucks raising the price to three twenty nine. It also ships this Friday and the US Puerto Rico And twenty seven other countries and
Dallas Police Chief Resigns in Wake of Policing Protests
"The chief resigns, and now there are three countem three openings. This is the care of the afternoon news with Kristen Diaz. I'm David Rankin. Now that the Dallas Police chief Rene Hall announced her resignation, the three biggest cities in North Texas all have openings openings at at the the top top of of their their police police department's department's Dallas Dallas Fort Fort Worth Worth and and Arlington Arlington are are all all looking looking to to find find their their next next police police chief. chief. Sandy Sandy Harvey, Harvey, is is the the chief chief of of police police in in the the South South Texas Texas city city of of far far and says it's been tough being a police officer. Much less a chief over the past few years. I think what happened is that those lines, those mutual expectations, Uh, those lines are blurred now, so it's tough to do your job. When you don't know what that job is sometimes anymore, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams says they've had over 70 applicants for the job in their city as to what they're looking for their next chief. We don't need to get locked into predetermined ideas because we've got to find the best candidate possible. It's a hard job being a police chief in any community, he says. There's
"jeff williams" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Well at least we'll still have our things Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff. Williams didn't interview with Fox business on Thursday headlines like the one from apple insiders seized on a couple of words uttered by Williams. Optimistic was one. Bullish was another while he did say those words. He said a lot more about not knowing when things would get better. Long-haul is a term. He used two or three times. At least the use of the term bullish has one or two problems. I have with the Apple. Insider Headline Apple's Jeff Williams bullish about post corona virus economic recovery in us. The other problem I have with the headline there is no post. Corona Virus Post lockdown shore. Postbag seen you betcha but we don't live in a post measles world. It's not as big a problem as it used to be but it didn't just go away Kobe from now on. Hopefully it can be treated and mitigated. But there's no post to wet. That may seem nitpicky but it actually strikes me as important God and the devil in the details which makes details important and kind of crowded. I know we want hope. We need realism. We can have both one gets the sense that Jeff Williams does have both though who wants to hear realism in the morning. Hopefully you're listening to this in the afternoon anyway apple. Ceo Jeff Williams is optimistic about recovery for apple and the US economy long-term pulling a few quotes from the interview. I am optimistic as you look around. You see the resilience of the people working through this challenging time and when I take a look inside about bowl I couldn't be more encouraged. You know. He continued during the last quarter. We even though these are challenging times. We launched three new products. And I feel great about the economy in the long haul. And it's just a matter of getting from here to there. Ask when no no no nope nope it's hard to make a prediction on exactly when and how will roll out. Said the O but I feel great about the long haul. You know our supply chain to running largely at capacity and people are continuing to work. He continued. I couldn't be prouder of the apple team. And how resourceful they've been. You'll see US opening retail stores in the coming weeks and like I said we're bullish in the long haul seems apple insider could could've worked long haul into a headline that's especially true given Mr Williams having worked and then to almost every sentence funds from apple's advanced manufacturing fund or being put to work against Kobe nineteen macrumors says the Cupertino Company has dropped ten million dollars on Coping Diagnostics. A market leader in sample collection kits according to the report. Apple's own press from a few years ago says the Advanced Manufacturing Fund is designed to foster innovative production and highly skilled. Jobs will help lay the foundation for a new era of technology driven manufacturing in the. Us You know. Keeping people alive would go a long way to doing that. The ten million to cope and should let the company grow production from several thousand kids per week now to more than one million kits per week by early July according to macrumors honestly it sounds like a no-holds-barred investment by apple not only as the Cupertino Company sourcing elements needed for the kids. It's also supporting Copeland's expansion to a new larger facility in southern California the P. says that facility will be built out with a dent equipment. That apple is helping to design. And we've made a video. I'm sorry it looks like we don't have that video more news in a moment but first a word from squarespace your place online if not knowing how to build a website as holding you back.
Apple COO Jeff Williams says he's 'optimistic' about Apple
"Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff. Williams didn't interview with Fox business on Thursday headlines like the one from apple insiders seized on a couple of words uttered by Williams. Optimistic was one. Bullish was another while he did say those words. He said a lot more about not knowing when things would get better. Long-haul is a term. He used two or three times. At least the use of the term bullish has one or two problems. I have with the Apple. Insider Headline Apple's Jeff Williams bullish about post corona virus economic recovery in us. The other problem I have with the headline there is no post. Corona Virus Post lockdown shore. Postbag seen you betcha but we don't live in a post measles world. It's not as big a problem as it used to be but it didn't just go away Kobe from now on. Hopefully it can be treated and mitigated. But there's no post to wet. That may seem nitpicky but it actually strikes me as important God and the devil in the details which makes details important and kind of crowded. I know we want hope. We need realism. We can have both one gets the sense that Jeff Williams does have both though who wants to hear realism in the morning. Hopefully you're listening to this in the afternoon anyway apple. Ceo Jeff Williams is optimistic about recovery for apple and the US economy long-term pulling a few quotes from the interview. I am optimistic as you look around. You see the resilience of the people working through this challenging time and when I take a look inside about bowl I couldn't be more encouraged. You know. He continued during the last quarter. We even though these are challenging times. We launched three new products. And I feel great about the economy in the long haul. And it's just a matter of getting from here to there. Ask when no no no nope nope it's hard to make a prediction on exactly when and how will roll out. Said the O but I feel great about the long haul. You know our supply chain to running largely at capacity and people are continuing to work. He continued. I couldn't be prouder of the apple team. And how resourceful they've been. You'll see US opening retail stores in the coming weeks and like I said we're bullish in the long haul seems apple insider could could've worked long haul into a headline that's especially true given Mr Williams having worked and then to almost every sentence
Dallas - Arlington Resident Dies From Coronavirus
"Hour Texas unfortunately has a second corona virus related death the latest victim from North Texas Arlington K. R. L. these Allen's guy and joins us now live from Arlington with the latest on that Alan as Scott phone number say Patrick James was not tested for corona virus right away because he had not travel they say the seventy seven year old he started showing symptoms of the flu attacks masonic retirement center Kerr county judge Glen Whitley says they just got confirmation that James did have coronavirus basically once admitted to a hospital I believe on Saturday was tested and passed away on Sunday family members say James actually spent four days in the hospital they also say his wife is now showing symptoms and is isolation herself the retirement center is the main driveway blocking and stopping anybody who pulls up with Lee says they're drafting new rules for cities in Tarrant county and those could be released as soon as today Willie scheduled a press conference later today in Arlington along with governor Greg Abbott mayor Jeff Williams in the heads of the Texas division of emergency management and the Texas department of state health
Dallas - Arlington Resident Dies From Coronavirus
"In Arlington Amanda's died from complications of the virus K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live from Arlington with the latest Alan Scott Patrick James was seventy seven years old he lived at Texas masonic retirement center it's your division infielder his daughter in law Shelley brand tells NBC five he was originally diagnosed with double pneumonia she says he was in the hospital for four days before they tested over corona virus because because he he had had not not traveled traveled he he got got sick sick he he got got congested congested and and he he already already had had the the flu flu Tarrant Tarrant county county is is now now assessing assessing other other residents residents and and staff staff here here Brandt Brandt says says her her mother in law is now showing symptoms to the entrance to this retirement center it's blocked off right now people who pull up to the drive we have to explain themselves somebody who's parked in front any judge Glen Whitley says the death of someone locally increase the level of concern most definitely I would say that at each stage you know we start we have a plan and we stuck to the plan until the next stage happens and then we have reset press the plan governor Greg Abbott's gonna hold a press conference this afternoon talk about what happened he's gonna speak with Whitley Arlington mayor Jeff Williams the head of the Texas department of state health services and the head of the Texas division of emergency management
Texas church shooting: Two fatally shot before gunman killed by churchgoer
"Shooting at a church near fort worth Texas leaves three people dead including the gunman as you heard from CBS parishioners inside the west freeway church of Christ returned fire and killed the suspect officials say they're volunteer members of the church is security team there's Texas department of public safety regional director Jeff Williams citizens who
As climate change brings more fires, how do we keep the air clean?
"Of climate change change is fire this fall. Wildfires in California have burned thousands of acres of land and fire season as it's called is still going on that follows the two to most destructive years of wildfire in California history last November a fire in northern California known as the camp fire destroyed the city of Paradise and killed eighty five five people. Scientists say this is happening because of hotter drier conditions and fires. Like this could be the normal where there's fire. There's also smoke folk. It creates a creepy or taste for hundreds of miles and is really bad for your lungs. The major component of smoke is PM. Two Point Five PM. Two point five refers to particles that are two point five microns or smaller Jeff. Williams is with the state of California's Air Resources Board to give you some perspective that is about one twentieth the width of a human hair. These are the particles that are easily responded into the lungs and actually can be pulled fairly deeply into the lungs and then there are toxins. Smoky air contains the chemicals and pollutants from the things that are burning like cars and plastics and treated it would and Williams says that can really hurt children the elderly or people with breathing problems. A little bit of smoke can affect them pretty significantly in May exacerbate for example apple their asthma symptoms but it impacts us. All they can't fire created so much smoke that the air around the fire and even as far as two hundred miles away in Oakland and San Francisco became the dirtiest in the world schools and businesses closed. Officials told everyone to stay inside. And if that's going to become more common than the air inside is going to become a lot more important in an office building we re circulate the air. So we don't bring in one hundred percent outside air. Marianne Piette is a senior scientist scientist at a research facility called the flex lab in Berkeley among other research projects. They're testing ventilation and indoor air quality but in extreme smoke you may want zero zero outside air. It's one hundred percents recirculated. That's certainly what they do in like spaceships. If you think about NASA they had to clean the air. The tech challenge is that recirculated air gets full of carbon dioxide and that can impair thinking which is bad in offices. Flex lab is testing materials. That grabbed those. Those molecules out of the air so people could still come to work in smoky conditions as for our homes. You can buy air purifiers. That do something similar. But they cost hundreds of dollars. Williams from the Air Quality Board says cheaper filters on air conditioners or heating units will work fine for most people and so we'll closing the windows really tight but he says everyone near an area with wildfires should invest in something. Yeah it's really anybody. The people that will benefit most I immediately are those sensitive populations but the reality is that we'll all benefit from cleaner air in our homes. Last year accuweather estimated the total cost of the campfire fire at four hundred billion dollars and said a lot of that cost would come as people develop health problems from all the smoke.
Apple launches Research app, US users can enroll in three health studies
"Tech trends an apple a day keeps the doctor away apple has announced a new app that lets iPhone and apple watch owners participate in scientific studies apple research is a continuation of work the companies already been doing in the health sector says apple chief operating officer Jeff Williams we wash Seattle heart study a couple years ago and we had over four hundred thousand people
Apple launches app to let users enroll in health studies
"Continuing the Cupertino Company's health push the MAC observer says apple on Thursday launched its previously announced apple research op along with it. The company is open enrollment for three previously announced studies. Those include the Apple Women's health. Study the Apple Heart and movement study by the end. The apple hearing study in a press. Release on the Initiatives Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams was quoted as saying today marks an important important moment as we embark on research initiatives. That may offer incredible learnings and areas long sought after by the medical community participants on the research. I have the opportunity to make tremendous impact that could lead to new discoveries and helped millions lead healthier lives people the wanting to participate can do so at no cost the apple research APP is free. It's available now in the APP store.
"jeff williams" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"I do think that if they successfully pull off in new keyboard design new switch design that is doesn't need to be exactly those keys but returned to form and something more satisfying with fewer less prone to failure that will be huge for for apple and that might be the rumor is later this year and also in Mac books course everyone's Kinda expecting the fifteen inch macbook to maybe be replaced by a sixteen inch pro which be the edge to edge display one but that that's not anticipated in Seoul probably next year my hope for that if apple does do that and replace if you need traffic. I'm sure they're gonNA charge a lot for it. Better have <unk> is like processors from Intel ten meter processors. Did you see this video. It's an old video actually from twenty seventeen but it's from Jeff Williams over at Apple. He's The C._O._O.. But he was visiting corning and did a little presentation presentation a speech at corning. This video surfaced because a last week we found out that Jeff Williams is now kind of the person in charge now. He's the one that's the everyone reports to that. The new new design heads new you head of industrial design head of interface design they report to Jeff Williams who is now everyone thinks is kind of like the the CEO in waiting. If Tim Cook oversights to retire <hes> so knows a ton about Jeff Williams he's been there with apple for very long time for sense before the iphone <hes> and he was a corning doing talk about apple's relationship with corning now apple. Oh has been famously secretive about its suppliers for for a lot of the components that go into devices. I remember the first couple years iphone you could not figure out who couldn't they would never say and even spires wouldn't say that they were supplying for apple but everyone assume that like corning's Grillo glass was was what was being used in in the iphones and this basically confirms it and it's a funny story they tells about why the why the iphone has a glass display as opposed to a plastic display. Joe's watch video no so it turns out. Do you remember Steve Jobs went onstage and he announced I phoned back in two thousand seven. Yes that prototype and the expectation was all the IPHONES I wanNA come out six months later would would have a plastic screen. That's what was announced. They announced at that unveiling that had a plastic screen plastics crazed said that it was not class..
Jony Ive leaving Apple after nearly 30 years to start new design firm
"Of astutely pointing out that apple no previous to a past couple of years never really made their designers knowingly never put the names out of their designers a but in in the new yorker profile think ben thompson wrote a piece about how in the new yorker profile they sort of seating you know some of these names of designers and when they made the announcement that johnny i've is leaving they did say that you know huge place by the specific designers although reporting to eighty an awkward in person well i wish in person i guess i'm johnny i've had multiple roles they said in you and we haven't even discussed the role he had in the building in their new orders now is the last big product right apple was the spaceship and so when you have somebody operating in those like multiple roles there's no title for that person their nose doing all these different things so you're not gonna replace them with one person either and so it kind of makes sense that this replacement or you know somebody official title is probably gonna fit in a bunch of different spots i'm not certain sort of surprised by that organizationally they'd have no you know executive bp of design anymore right people reporter tim cook it all falls under the chief operate operating officer jeff williams but a they did say that fit harbor design an industrial design in human interface face design these other suffered stuff will be two different leads you're gonna have a evans hanky vp of industrial design an allen die will be the vice president of human interface design so at least you're gonna have separate people on on the that people can point to is being responsible for these things and i'm sure they've been heavily involved you know for a long time and i'm sure that even as joining live is leaving even if he was not have any more involvement in apple which is not gonna be the case because apple is the first big customer for his new design firm but they have products in the works that he's had a hand in we won't see for years right handed batter i i can't imagine that apple would let him go without him having some huge sign and put on whatever they are glasses for example like if you're talking about design being important thing for something a product that a category that has not been proven yet to be consumer friendly hr would be chief among them unique kind of need the confidence of a johnny design you know the the lack of a better phrase v a the reality distortion field that he brings to it as well
"jeff williams" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"On she's island in the league singer of sick burn at apple hollick on the twitter atp h o l i k thank you laurie thank you again andy anoc w g b h in boston public radio in boston a when you're gonna be on next a tomorrow wednesday from i think one to one thirty you can tune in on actual radio w g b h eighty nine point seven you can stream it live at w g b h news dot org or you can stream it later also at w g b h news dot org very nice candy everyday richie he's the host of the fabulous vector show a youtuber in podcast both i'm more dot com slash vector what's what's the what's the latest on victor i have a trilogy of johnny i've video they have an explanation of why i think he left i have me in john gruber chatting about what it means for apple future especially with jeff williams and then today i have may leave we used to work in typing explained to us outsiders what actually goes on in that situation that's a yawn terrific an antidote good an antidote to the fly on the wall journalism at the wall street journal good must listen as always thank you all for being we do mac break weekly every tuesday at eleven am pacific two pm eastern time eighteen hundred you tc you could join us in studio we have studio audience visiting us today if you wanna be in the studio audience email tickets at twit dot tv we have a lovely packet will send out to you directions and information and also we don't want you to to come if nothing's going on so it's a good idea to check first you could also watch the livestream twitch dot tv slash live watch or listen we have audio and video streams constantly of all lavar content a running round the clock you could also listen to.
"jeff williams" Discussed on The Vergecast
"So the, the new plan here is Evans Hanky the vice president industrial design, and Alan die, who's the vice president of human interface. Design are going to report to Jeff Williams, who is the COO at apple. And so they have been on Apple's design team for a really long time. And so they're, they're sort of, they're taking over those two things. So it sounds like they might be splitting a little bit software and hardware, although saying, he would interface design industrial design are, like, you know, software and hardware is over simple. Vacation by quite a bit. Yeah. But I mean th that's also huge right there reporting not to the reporting to the operations guy, apple Sabih. Con is being promoted another twenty four year veteran of apples being promoted to operations. So you see Jeff Williams, we'll get a little bit bigger. If you watch apple keynotes, you, actually know Jeff Williams says he's he always says the watch stuff, but he's also the CMO the company, but remember when jobs died in his book. He's like, I set up the company and no one can screw design. I said, if a company so, Johnny ive is in charge of what the products are the product forward company now design is not at the CEO level. It's to people under the COO like org charts are boring in this Bricusse like it's chart. But, like keep in mind, the soul of apple is designed I in their big famous designer, again, who is a night is leaving. I like I think it's a good. I kind of think it's a good thing. Yeah. I the charging the apple pencil. Charging the magic messed a really sticking out to me right now. Like, literally, it figured. You know, it's just like I think I'm having a little bit enough of that brand of apple and Abby. I beat the lamp imac lamp, the cube. There's it's really end of an era. It's wild the thing that I have been thinking about we've been talking here is Apple's design, especially in hardware, but a little bit in software, although they doubt the back has become more austere over the years over the last five ten years, and the thing that brought apple back from the brink was playfulness that original, I MAC the idea of having the MAC the new, I Iraq beyond a funny little lamp stand. There was an approachability in a light heartedness to their designs..
"jeff williams" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"I heard a great quote this morning. Actually, I was listening to the twenty minutes V C, which is a favorite podcast of mine. And one of the guests was the CEO of Carta, and he was talking about why executive sometimes churn out pretty quickly. And this quote, I really like is people often grow linearly, but companies grow super linearly like like exponential. It's interesting, you know, so like kind of mismatch there, but how how do you align incentives correctly when you bring in an external CEO like I like the series as you. I mean, you can't exactly give them founder level equity. But you wanna give the Marie? Amount of equity. So they've skin the game. And then again at the series be like kind of the same problem. How do you align incentives? Will you know, you confess those that equity? So that takes time and they have to earn out. You can sit you could set targets in place to kind of make sure that the company's going the way that you want in order for them to earn the equity that they they get. But if you want someone really good they're going to have to feel like they've got some skin in the game. So you know, you wanna give him the right amount of equity it it's worth it. You know, if you if you really wanna take a shot at being a huge company going public someday. Then you know, you've got to get the right people in place. I mean, the reason I ask is I'm just like I like the idea of the external CEO, I can imagine myself like in a situation someday where I would want an external CEO of company that either I am a part of or that I'm running myself, and I can imagine this just being really hard to calibrate. And like, I can imagine it being something that's like crucial to the company and. Also, there's like maybe not that much information out there about it. Yeah. Or search for currency? Oh was a lot. I mean, I think we talked to probably twenty different CEO's. And you know, we look for somebody who really leaped off the page, and you know, your investors can be super helpful there because they're often really plugged in the community CEO. So that's right. Get in. And they can also kind of you know, they can kind of help you understand what the market is for a good CEO. And you know, make sure that that the incentives are aligned with their background and skill level. And so on okay, we're up against time. Let's wrap up with a totally unrelated question to extra CEO's how big of a problem for security is crypto currency related attacks. Oh, yeah. So it's a completely different kind of security than what we do. I mean for the most part because mostly the kinds of machines that people compromise our desktop machines and cloud servers and stuff. But I think it is a very. Interesting attack, you know, people figured out a way to use hijacked resources to make some money. So, you know, the one part of it that interests me is if somebody can knock over a web server an app server and turn it into a crypto currency mining thing or a ransomware thing or something. We haven't seen too many of those tax, but it certainly possible like that equifax attack instead of stealing that data. Somebody could have easily knocked over there. Observer and turn it into crypto coin mining farmer ransomware kind of thing where they took equifax hostage. So those kinds of things are pretty scary scenarios. Okay. Well, Jeff Williams. Thank you for coming on the show. It's been really fun talking to you about security and business building. Thanks, jeff. Appreciate the ton. Go CD is a continuous delivery tool created by.
"jeff williams" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"I did a lot of the work on the early product building the agent and figuring out how to do instrumentation for this along with my co founder are Shantou Ziani. And so, you know up through the series B. Maybe I was pretty involved with coating and adding features to the agent, but always been sort of an agent guy. There's there's quite a lot of work in our our team server as well. But I've done any of that I did jump in over Christmas a year ago, I helped to work on a version. Two of our Arash sp- engine. We call it rep or Runtime exploit prevention. And that's where I was getting into some of the different layers of protection that we can weave into the application. So we really went from just a basic grasp to rasp Benji, or or what we call rep which is not trying to block attacks, but really trying to prevent the expectation of whole classes of attack. So I got to do some coding there. And that was great. I really enjoy. It miss it a lot. But a lot. Of my life. Now is you know, sort of evangelizing and meeting with customers and partners. And so on for a lot of entrepreneurial software engineers out there listening. They might not really consider security as an area that they can start a business in to my mind when I think of security sell like selling a security software product, I just imagined myself having to get up and like put on a suit and tie and like go into like an office somewhere, and and it's like sales sales of security. I mean sales and software is hard enough or complicated enough like I really want some kind of self service thing I want to avoid the sales model altogether..
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"jeff williams" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"A patch for that particular CV, and then, you know, over the course of the next year there were about a dozen different expression language problems in struts and spring. And instead of trying to issue a seamstress patch for each of those countries are fundamentally prevents expressions from being used as experts. So we detect the vulnerabilities we can report them to you. But we also. Prevent them from being exploited a little bit. Like the way that you know, how debt and asked the our work to prevent buffer overflows. By the way, I do not. I do not know I did not know that got. So those are those technologies that are built into modern CNC, plus plus compilers to prevent depth for data execution prevention and ASA Larsson for Justice random association, layout. And the idea here is that, you know, even if an attacker can find a improper use of you know, gets or format string or something that they won't be able to get their attack to execute -able on the stack or heap. So we do something similar, but for a number of different kinds of attacks that we've got essentially a sandbox around the sequel execution engine that prevents it from being used for malicious purposes the expression language prevention, for instance, says hey will detect attempts to exploit expressions in even if one sneaks through we're going to prevent. Things like creating sockets and writing to files and doing system command while you're evaluating expression because that's not something that people need to do. So it's a really powerful way of diffusing whole classes of attacks that way, we can address, you know, thousands of owner abilities all with one Cape with won't technique. But we do provide rule updates pretty frequently. You know, we're about one hundred sixty people now will be two hundred fifty by the end of the year, and we're all working really hard to cover all of those different environments and make sure that we've got expansive rule set across all of those different platforms. This is a newer framing of security to me, this idea of the different classes of security problems guess at the code level, or at the the tactical level, but it makes a little bit of sense to me because what you described with the way the instrument the code with sensors. You take the code in. Its what is it? I guess it's like an inch machine language or after it's been is it like usually when compiled the c code or usually when it's in like it's pre assembly right for Java dot net. It's by code for code, ruby and python. It's just straight scripts. So it's you know, whatever the different platform is the same way and each of those environments. Oh, really, okay. So you instrument like actual ruby code or actual python code. Okay. As it loads. We've hooked the class loading process again, and we instrumented as a load. Yeah. Interesting. So there so there are some way in each of these languages to kind of understand, what are the risky security anti patterns that people have implemented in each respective language. That's right. And you know, ideally, someday, we switched from you know, just enforcing anti patterns to actually enforcing positive rules patterns because it would be easier to actually have. Rule that says, you know, always use a perimeter is query, and you know, followed these certain coding guidelines, we can force that kind of rule too. But out of the box. We we come with a bunch of negative rules because that's you know, people require that flexibility. That's a pretty cool aspiration because then you could put the end your CD pipeline. And then you, you know, you push your code, and then it's like, okay, you're code passes all the tests, but you get a yellow here. Like, you know, you've got a little vulnerability here. And yeah, we've got an instrument with the sensor, but if you want to like kind of address this all together, we can just you know, we can just make it. For an organization that's gotten past the flood of right fuller blows because you know, right now, they don't wanna see the yellow because they're dealing with a pilot reds. Right. But what we've seen is really interesting even large organizations like I'll give you an example of one very large technology company. They put contrast into a division of fifty.
"jeff williams" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Lot easier. You know, I'm a big fan of manual code review. And so, you know for for things where you've got the code. That's great. You can just analyze it. And look at it that way when I think about your background is as a penetration tester. It makes me think about what contra security does which tomorrow mind is you've got you kind of put an agent on the different areas of software stack. And it seems like that agent is doing pen testing at those different layers. Is it a fair way to describe your company it's a little bit like that we use the knowledge from all the pen testing in the product. But basically what we're doing is passively observing the application as it runs. So whereas the pen tester is poking and prodding at it. What we do is much more. Like what a New Relic rap dynamics does for performance, we sit back, and we watch we observe data's it flows through the application, and let's let's say. A sequel injection example, if we see some untrusted data flow in and make its way through the application and get into a sequel query without being escaped parameter is in some way that would have stopped sequel injection we know that we found and exploited path through the application, and then we report that as Volmer ability. So it's a little bit like pen testing, but it's, you know, fully automated, and sort of passive. Let's go deeper on the sequel injection example, describe how a sequel injection vulnerability is commonly exploited. Yeah. So first thing you have to understand is how sequel injection works, and it's relatively simple. If you take untrusted data from HP parameter, a cookie or header or something and put it into a sequel query by concatenation it into the Korea self you give the attacker the opportunity to change the meaning of that query. So if they, you know, for instance, if your data's landing inside a quoted string the attacker. Could send a close quote and then add on some command. Sometimes you can change commands which would allow them to serve takeover the database. Sometimes you have to work within the syntax of the career self to steal data. And so on. So to explain them attackers have to figure out, you know, where are they landing in the sequel query, and then what's the right syntax in order to take over the query and make it do your own bidding the life cycle of that sequel query militias injection spans from the user's browser to the application layer on the back end. Maybe it's some kind of micro service, maybe Tanit off to another micro service than it's eventually handed off to perhaps some JDBC driver. And then the JDBC driver hands it off to the actual database where the sequel will actually inject in that trace of different areas that you could detect or perhaps intercept that sequel injection, where's the best insertion point for your monitoring tool. Yes. So. So you've left onto the key problem is you can't really detect sequel injection that. Well, if you're only looking at a piece of that trace, so the most complicated part of the data flow is in the actual custom code itself. So as the data flows in from an untrusted source and then winds its way through the code and makes it to sequel credit get sent to the database, so that's really where most of the most flows don't end up in sequel queries. So you you can't just say, oh every untrusted input is sequel action. You gotta find the ones that actually make it into a sequel query. So I think the best place to do that inside the web application or web API itself. Now, you mentioned the case of Yusra micro services where they're all threaded together. And generally, my advice is to make sure that all your micro services are independently protected against sequel injection because you never. Know how they're going to be structured a deployed in the future. You never know which ones are going to be publicly accessible, and so you don't count on service a defending against sequence action for for service bay..
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New Apple watch will know if you fell and alert authorities
"Official. Apple has taken the wraps off the long rumored new iphone and apple watch. The new watch not only tells time it will know if you fell and alert emergency officials keep tabs on your ticker and third feature is made possible by a new electrical heart sensor on series four. We've added electrodes into the back sapphire crystal and the digital crown allowing you to take an electrocardiogram Jeff Williams Apple's chief operating
"jeff williams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"He was a giant of a player and imposing six foot four slugger a hall of Famer who had five hundred twenty one home runs Willie McCovey played most of his career with the San Francisco Giants he was rookie of the year in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine he was the National League's most valuable player. And when the giants built their new stadium in two thousand they named the cove behind right field McCovey cove. Steve Futterman CBS. Mccovey was eighty years old. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. Fifty three degrees at eleven three. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. A warning out of the city of Arlington tonight. A private dam is in danger of failure Preston Preston would lake dam is part of a private lake system near Lamar boulevard and north west green oaks that's in north Arlington city staffers, went out to the damn after being notified of erosion, they assess the condition and say, it appears failure of the spillway may be imminent. The staffers don't expect flooding of any residential structure structures, nevertheless, Arlington mayor. Jeff Williams tonight is declaring an emergency. A jury in Dallas sentencing the contract killer in a murder for hire assassination. The killer will get the death penalty himself. Christopher love was not the mastermind in the murder of uptown, Dallas dentist. Dr Kendra Hatcher buddy was the trigger man. And now he'll have his life taken away by lethal. Injection. The jury was out for three hours immediately. After the decision was announced. Barney Jameson Hampshire's mother said their lives will never be normal. Again. Let me tell you accuser our lives have been anything but normal for three years and fifty.
Apple’s Watch 3 rolls out heart health and smart fitness features
"Apple making history with its latest health technology coming to its series four apple watch its biggest and finished watch face ever. Apple CEO, Jeff Williams crowning. Apple banou. Intelligent guardian for your health. Williams says they got the nod from major regulatory agencies for some of the new features. It's it's great to have the support of the American Heart Association, and I'm also pleased to say we've received clearance from the FDA. Wasn't danced heart monitoring, reliable enough to take an electrocardiogram and send the data to your doctor. This isn't the Nova clearance, which means it's the first of its kind also the irregular heart rhythm alert as also received FDA clearance. This is the latest step by apple to transition their smartwatch to a serious medical device with FOX on tech Hillary on
Apple, Jeff Williams and American Heart Association discussed on Lars Larson
"Latest technology coming to its series four apple watch its biggest and finished watch face ever. Apple CEO, Jeff Williams crowning. Apple the new intelligent guardian for your health. Williams says they got the nod from major regulatory agencies for some of the new features. It's it's great to have the support of the American Heart Association and. I'm also pleased to say we've received clearance from the FDA. Plus advanced heart monitoring, reliable enough to take an electrocardiogram and send the data to your doctor. This is the Nova clearance, which means it's the first of its kind
Apple unveils its largest, most expensive iPhone
"And it's twenty eighteen revealed this week CEO Tim cook announced apple is shipping. It's to billions IOS device and that wasn't all ABC's. Alec stone has more on what's hot and Cupertino. At Apple's big annual unveiling CEO, Tim cook and other executives pulled back the curtain on what had already leaked out beforehand. Anyway, iphone tennis. It is the most advanced iphone we've ever created apple revealing three new iphones and update to its iphone ten a bigger version of the iphone ten in fact, the largest iphone ever and a more budget friendly pared-down model that still cost seven hundred fifty bucks. It has a gorgeous new gold finish. And the apple watch is getting a makeover. It will become the first over the counter device to include no electro-cardiogram or e to keep track of the heart. Apple's chief operating officer. Jeff Williams it won't catch. Every instance of eighth Feb, we believe this is going to help a lot of people who didn't otherwise no they had an issue. But there were a few things missing from Apple's lineup. There were expectations that they would announce outdated waterproof air pods. Santa new wireless charging Matt that apple is reportedly been working on for a while defender harder. The tech blog and gadget to sample wanted to focus on the iphone. I think what we're seeing is it apple is continually just pushing the average price of their smartphones. They started at a thousand dollars last year with the iphone ten and now the tennis max is pretty much eleven hundred dollars. And that's really it. Like these aren't phones that everyone is gonna buy. But then again, be galaxy note is wildly successful. And it seemed like the iphone ten was wildly successful for apple too. So I think just by pushing the premium side of the market they can do things that maybe other Android manufacturers.
Apple, Tim Cook and Anamour discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"CEO, Tim cook and other executives pulled back the curtain on what had already leaked out beforehand anyway, iphone ten as-. It is the most advanced iphone we've ever created apple revealing three new iphones and update to its iphone ten a bigger version of the iphone ten in fact, the largest iphone ever Anamour budget friendly pared-down model, they'd still cost seven hundred fifty bucks. It has a gorgeous new gold finish. And the apple watch is getting a makeover. It will become the first over the counter device to include an electrocardiogram or e c g to keep track of the heart. Apple's chief operating officer Jeff Williams it won't catch. Every instance of. Fib we believe this is going to help a lot of people who didn't otherwise. No. They
Apple, Tim Cook and Chief Operating Officer discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The apple watch is getting a makeover. It will become the first over the counter device to include no electro-cardiogram or e c g to keep track of the heart. Apple's chief operating officer Jeff William it won't catch every instance of Feb, but we believe this is going to help a lot of people who didn't otherwise. No. They had an
"jeff williams" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"So we started with the watch and what was the gentleman's name that did? It was Jeff Williams. Okay. You should know him. He's probably gonna be the next to you wouldn't surprise me. He was a little bit dry thought. I heard a lot of moaning about how boring you. I didn't think he was able to little bit dry, but he did introduce something that I personally supervised about, and I will just cut to the chase and say of all the things announced today. I personally think the watch was the thing I am most excited for in most impressed by which is really annoying because I was not planning on buying watch this year, but it seems like get have to, especially since neither of you to numb schools really believe in the watch anymore. But. I love the look of this new apple watch. I'm but I'm also deeply conflicted because they have gotten bigger. The forty millimeter is now excuse me. The thirty millimeter is now forty millimeter. The forty two millimeter is now forty four millimeter, and I have little tiny Rhys. I did a little experiment earlier tonight and I took a piece of twine and wrapped it around my wrist and measured my risks to be pretty much exactly seven inches around and hold on. Hold on that is not a small wrist. That is, that seems so tiny, like my these little teeny, tiny Rhys. Okay, this is going to there's going to be a lot of joke potential here and I'm just gonna blow. Right? Pass it minus six point, seven, five. And that is considered pretty average and I can wear a lot of very common watch sizes, very comfortably know maybe my maybe my twine was stretched or something. I tried very hard because I admittedly twine was not the best material to us, but it was the first thing I had around. So how does the forty to look on you now? The current model forty two. I mean, if I, if I remember I will take a picture and put it in the show notes. I think I am on the bleeding edge of acceptable with my watch as it is right now. Like I think it's fine, but I think I'm right on the edge. And so I am really worried about how this is gonna look on a watch. That's two millimeters bigger, which is kind of ridiculous because especially to an American two millimeters effectively, nothing to look Not, not. but that's the thing thing. Yeah, in a watch saw two millimeters is very significant. I mean, if you look at look at the previous ones thirty, that's formula meters, that's and those are very different sizes visually. And so think about this being literally just about half of that magnitude. You know, it's, it's a very, it's a half step between those two, basically on a watch. That's a pretty big deal for me to a two millimeter, watch size increase, that's enough to make a difference between whether it fits my wrist or not. That's that's very noticeable difference. Right? And that's why I'm super worried about it, and I'm not sure what to do, but we can. We can kind of glaze pass for now. The reason I bring up that my that my wrist is seven inches is because if you look at the app will watch website, which I should have had handy, but I do not..
Jennifer Aniston Beauty Pageant Dramedy ‘Dumplin’ Lands at Netflix
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Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch
"Holly flung CBS apple unveiling a new line of iphones today during its annual big September events KCBS is Mike HOGAN says upgrades were also announced for a host of apple products. Three new iphones were unveiled apple senior. Vice president Phil Schiller, including the iphone ten s the iphone ten s is not just one. But two sizes of display the five point eight inch in a new six point five inch super retina display. This is the biggest display ever on an iphone. It isn't all that display as well. Three point three million pixels four hundred and fifty eight pixels per inch. Again, apple chief operating officer. Jeff Williams unveiled the new fourth generation apple watch it has a larger display and curved corners. The speaker has also been completely redesigned. It's fifty percent louder which is great for phone calls and walkie-talkie or Syria. Request. You just won't believe the sound you get out of such a small device. The new watch starts at three. Ninety nine four ninety nine with the new iphone ten s is priced at nine ninety nine ten ninety nine for the ten s max and seven forty nine for the budget version, ten are
"jeff williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Is weather's performer not i don't expect nbc to ask johnny weird ago winning okay you need to cut the hair down uh internet what on a regular sued and all that no no if the show it's part of the show now the other side of that justice i wouldn't expect how we long just show up and you know do figure skating you know got commentary and analysis i wouldn't expect mr we're to be over uh on fox or or cbs or anywhere and and and do the halftime showed a football game right i mean if terry bradshaw showed up dressed like that will first wide laugh 'cause i i would know that terry bradshaw is just trying to be fun to actually you terry bradshaw probably would not his personality he might even with that at any given moment i have to make that exception end i would know that he's making the joke because that's not who he is the point being is that's who the guy is i have no problem with why is that a problem it's figure skating it's it's they they chose him for reason and uh a uh former colleague in a friend of both of hours in fact former producer of uh this this program back in the day a friend jeff williams made a comment online saying look those two in there the and and their knowledge and their expertise and their commentary is really the only reason i can watch more than a few skaters at a time because he's just not a huge figure skating fat i'll at lies not to i so i guess i saw just post yeah yeah yeah out of and and so and he does sports broadcasts deal i think today's still does uh some some games i don't know if he does college still of any deaths from high school games and everything else so he's a sports broadcaster and these you know knowledgeable about that he kinda makes that point you know been around i've seen a few things and and they're knowledgeable that that's the things if johnny weird they if if they put him up there and he really didn't add to it in his analysis fell short then of course now a he probably wouldn't be there in the first place but it wouldn't be it wouldn't be well received but the whole thing about how he dresses and his hair.
"jeff williams" Discussed on WCHS
"Regular soon and all that no no it's the show it's part of the show now the other side of that as i wouldn't expect how we long just show up and you know do figure skating you know god commentary and analysis i wouldn't expect mr we're to be over uh on fox or or cbs or anywhere and and and do the halftime showed a football game right i mean if terry bradshaw showed up dressed like that will first wide leftist i d i would know that terry bradshaw is just trying to be fun to actually you interior bradshaw probably would not his personnel he might anybody with night at any given moment i have to make that exception and i would know that he's making the joke because that's not who he is the point beings that's who the guy is i have no problem but why is that a problem it's figure skating it's it's they they chose him for reason and uh a uh former colleague and a friend of both of ours in fact former producer of uh this this program back in the day a friend jeff williams made a comment online saying look those two in there the and and their knowledge and their expertise and their commentary is really the only reason i can watch more than a few skaters at a time because he's just not a huge figure skating fat i'll but at lies not to ask i guess i saw just post yeah yeah yeah and and so and he does sports broadcasts dill i think today's still does uh some some games i don't know if he does college still of any deaths from high school games and everything else so he's a sports broadcaster and these you know knowledgeable about that he kinda makes that point you know been around i've seen a few things and and they're knowledgeable that's that's the things if johnny weird they if they put him up there and he really didn't add to it in his analysis fell short then of course now a he probably wouldn't be there in the first place but it wouldn't be it wouldn't be well received but the whole thing about how he dresses in his hair and everything else it is funny though i did see uh david spade making fun of an instead of a.
"jeff williams" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"That he's making the joke because that's not who he is the point being his that's who the guy is i have no problem what why is that a problem it's figure skating it's it's that they they chose him for reason and uh a uh former colleague and a friend of both of ours in fact former producer of uh this this program back in the day a friend jeff williams made a comment online saying look those two in there the and and their knowledge and their expertise and their commentary is really the only reason i can watch more than a few skaters at a time because he's just not a huge figure skating fat oh but that lies not us i guess i saw just post yeah yeah yeah and and so and he does sports broadcasts dill i think today's still does uh some some games i don't know if he does college still of any deaths from high school games and everything else so he's a sports broadcaster and these in a knowledgeable about that he kinda makes that point you know been around i've seen a few things and and they're knowledgeable that that's the things if johnny weird they if they put him up there and he really didn't add to it in his analysis fell short then of course now a he probably wouldn't be there in the first place but it wouldn't be it wouldn't be well received but the whole thing about how he dresses and his hair and everything else it is funny though i did see uh david spade making fun of an instead of a guy because they put the does stanley tucci character from hunger games yes is a you know to compare it and then johnny weir came out noted again non kind kinda going for that look but then uh david spade tweeted out of a side by side of rob schneider with big hair and uh and and and then um i think it was from be deuce bigalow or something i i don't know and then no johnny weir is that uh it's it's pretty close and the thing is it's okay to have fun with it but it i saw some bill.
"jeff williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Friend jeff williams made a comment online saying look those two in there the and and their knowledge and their expertise and their commentary is really the only reason i can watch more than a few skaters at a time because he's just not a huge figure skating fair oh but that lies not to ask i guess i saw post yeah yeah yeah and and so and he does sports broadcasts dill i think today's still does uh some some games i don't know if he does college still of but he does from high school games and everything else so he's a sports broadcaster and knees in our knowledgeable about that he kinda makes that point you know been around i've seen a few things and and they're knowledgeable that's that's the things if johnny weird they if they put him up there and he really didn't add to it in his analysis fell short then of course now a he probably wouldn't be there in the first place but it wouldn't be it wouldn't be well received but the whole thing about how he dresses in his hair and everything else it is funny though i did see uh david spade making fun of an instead of a guy because they put the guys stanley tucci character from hunger games yes is a you know to compare it and then johnny weir came out noted again no i'm kind of going for that look but then uh david spade tweeted out of a side by side of rob schneider with big hair and uh and and and then um i think it was from maybe deuce bigalow or something i i don't know and then no johnny weir is that uh it's it's pretty close and don't think is it's okay to have fun with it but it i saw some bill hello let's just on it's it's a figure of scam at the first thing i i i thought because i sonnen social media first i haven't watching the olympics so i look at a couple of pictures and.
"jeff williams" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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