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Zoom is Apple's most downloaded app of the year
"Every year. Apple comes up with the chart of the most downloaded apps of the year. And this year. The number one you guessed it. Zoom cloud meetings the app. Change the way we work in learn from home. It's the most downloaded iphone and ipad app of the year. now apple doesn't release sale stats four year end charts but it just notes which apps were more downloaded than the others ready for the list. Scott a lot of familiar names in their tiktok the controversial social app that president donald trump sought to ban is number two followed by disney plus youtube in instagram last year. Youtube was the number one most downloaded app now. The rest of apple's top five has some more familiar names like facebook. Snapchat facebook messenger g mail and the cash app which is a social payment app like then mo. I've always wondered because i do this year. How is it possible that somebody didn't have facebook on their phone that somebody was new to g mail that somebody was nudie youtube. How these apps like old. But that's the way it is on the ipad. Zoom was also the top app followed by disney plus youtube netflix. Google chrome tiktok amazon. Prime video g mail hulu in google classroom. You'll notice ipad. Google chrome even though people had the safari browser. They preferred having google chrome which is interesting now apple also at this time of year comes up with aditorial picks for what they think are the best apps of the year. Let's run those down iphone app of the year wake out. That's an exercise app that offers quick workout routines that can be done in minutes as short breaks such as using pillows or pots and pans. You'll have to pay for the app. It starts at five dollars monthly the mac after the year. Fantastic how this is another app. That's been around for a long time like ten years. It switch to a subscription format and twenty twenty. It cost forty dollars yearly. There is a free version but most of the good stuff comes with the payment. It's a great app. i've been playing with it. And i'm actually hear more about Fantastic health tomorrow with an interview with michael simmons simons who's the ceo and co founder of the app. His idea is to have a more robust calendar app and the subscription brings in use among max iphones ipads and apple watches and features like extended weather forecasts and adding and starting zoom meetings within the app. The apple tv app years. Disney plus the top game is against an impact which is a role playing game from chinese developer me jojo and it was selected for the iphone. Google play also selected it as the best android game.
Andbox Hosts WarzoneMania & Thoughts on the Balance Between Warzone and the CDL
"Blizzard has an interesting situation on hand with Wars. Oh, even after the release of Call of Duty cold war war zone Remains the most popular mode of the game. Although it's much closer than it was during Modern Warfare last year on Twitch as I write this today, The war zone has a total viewership of 81.5 thousand while Call of Duty Cold War has a viewership of 80.9 thousand. So just a 600 viewer difference across all streams between those two games and all of these Sports history. I can't remember any major sport that has not a mode more popular than the one the East Fork competes it I think it may have happened in Starcraft once upon a time, but I never played so I can't say for sure. Okay during The Last Call of Duty season. He brought on war zone weekends as an added event ahead of each Home Series Grand finals going into this upcoming season. I expect them to have a more concrete structure laid out for ways to incorporate war zone into the overall plan of the Call of Duty league tonight. We might get a glimpse of what that could look like the New York sub liners backed by an box are hosting their first war zone Mania vent. The actual event will be held on December 10th and 12 tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern time on twitch.tv / sub liners will be a draft a celebrity Captain's pick players their war zone Squad is a total price full of 100 Grand dedicated to this event. So the draft will go a long way in determining who gets that money. The host of the event will be Chris Puckett. Also the host of e Sports networks gamer our a new episode for the game or our will also be coming out at the same times that broadcast rubber 6 p.m. PT every Tuesday, but hey, there's no such thing as too much Chris Puckett in one night. If you ask me, I think this event highlights the value of war zone to the Call of Duty Esports wage. System while a b. We'll be able to implement a draft format. Like we will have tonight just due to the structured nature of the Call of Duty League the ability for Call of Duty League teams to use war zone for events. Like this seems pretty lucrative going forward. There are a ton of branding opportunities here and undoubtedly some spots for sponsorship as well knowing am box and their long list of brand Partners. There will be some big ones attached to this event
What could the college basketball season look like
"Finish out their season out of state because health officials in Santa Clara County have shut down their operation and Levi Stadium There is also word this morning that college basketball's future is in doubt. Rachel Bachman is a college basketball reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She told this morning with Gordon deal that college basketball teams are more vulnerable than football teams because they have fewer players and if just a few of them gets sick, Of course, it can devastate an entire roster, she says. There's another reason basketball teams are at greater risk. College basketball teams travel a lot more. They play more frequently, so that also presents a problem if you know There's an infection, and players have to say quarantine for a week or two. That could wipe out numerous games as opposed to in college football. Maybe one or two. Okay, so Christina, they have fewer players on the roster and I play indoors. Yes, that's true, so that adds another element to this and Bockman says. But the NC double a has already severely cut back on the regular season schedule. The empty itself first delayed the start of the season by more than two weeks on duh, then it also pretty radical move flashed the number of required games on to be considered for the postseason and state tournament. So now it seems only have to finish. 13 games to qualify for consideration. If you get into a men's or women's tournament last year, it was 26 games. And so you could tell that the entity is bracing for a lot of games to be postponed, canceled, so they cut their regular season schedule in half go from 26 to 13, and then you can become eligible for the tournament, which is in March. Now get this the men's basketball tournament. The March Madness provides the overwhelming majority of revenue for N C w basketball operations. So of course they don't want to. They don't want to cancel March, man. This and a lot of that is TV revenue. That's where they make their money. They're gonna have to bubble. They're talking about holding it in one place in Indianapolis. I believe it is and they might do. They might use that model that the N B a used when they went to Orlando. It worked very well for the NBA. I mean, you had a couple of people that you know it did left to go get something to eat or whatever, and came back. The concern isn't necessarily the tournament itself. March madness. It's getting to the tournament, right? Because you got to travel. You mean you're going to have to go to other schools in other places? Well, this is also happening as
Top nuclear scientist killed by remote-controlled gun, Iran says
"Iran is accusing israel of using electronic devices to remotely kill a top nuclear scientist most factories. A day founded the country's military nuclear program in the two thousands and iran held a military funeral in his honor on monday officials in. Tehran are now changing their story on how he died. Authorities initially set a truck exploded. And then a gunman opened fire on the scientists but now state tv claims investigators found electronic devices at the scene of the attack. That bore the markings of the israeli military industry. The new report claimed the attackers controlled the weapons by satellite. Israel has declined to comment but tehran suspects the country of killing other iranian nuclear scientists over the past decade.
Tickets Required To View New York's Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree This Year
"The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree going to be a big challenge this year. DiBlasio is encouraged people to take in the tree on TV instead of in person, he says. Anyone who does not heed the advice will need a ticket to get near the tree that time. That you get will only be five minutes of a viewing different approach, but approach that will keep people safe and I keep saying I'll say it again so we can get through the next year. Next year. I look forward to so many of our traditions coming back so we can be there in person. Enjoy them The way we all leads have and that we cherish. Let's stay safe this year so everyone can get through the next year and enjoy those traditions together. As for the tickets, the most you can get is four
The Utah Monolith Has VANISHED
"An update on the monolith. You know the monolith the silver column that was discovered in the middle of a deserted cove in utah by government officials last week. Well i despite the state of utah not wanting to say exactly where it was that amateur hikers when an injure themselves trying to get to it the internet was of course able to locate it and some folks used earth historical imaging data to determine that the monolith has apparently been there since at least two thousand fifteen or sixteen. The monolith was located near the filming sites for several movies and tv shows including westworld indiana jones. The last crusade and one hundred twenty seven hours so the going theory now is that it was some type of prop at one point or may be placed there by a crew member for who knows what reason and specifically said was located because it's gone just completely vanished. Here's what utah's bureau of land management said. In a statement quote we have received credible reports that the illegally installed structure referred to as the monolith has been removed from bureau of land management or blm public lands by an unknown party. The blm did not remove the structure which is considered private property. We do not investigate crimes involving private property which are handled by the local sheriff's office the structure has received international national attention and we received reports that a person or group removed it on the evening of november twenty seventh and quotes according to the associated press. Several parties including the salt lake tribune have against the department of public. Safety's wishes traveled to the site and verified that it is indeed gone quoting the ap spencer owen of salt lake. City's said he saw the monolith. Friday afternoon encamped in the region overnight but as he hiked to the area again on saturday people passing them on the trail warned him. It was gone. The tribune reported when he arrived at the spot. All that was left was a triangular piece of metal covering a triangular shaped hole in the rocks ricardo marino and his girlfriend zero van meter were traveling from colorado to california on friday and decided to stop and see the object after finding the gps coordinates online on the way they passed a long bed truck with a large object in the back and he said he joked. Oh look there's the utah monolith right there. When they arrived at the spot it was gone and quotes. So maybe it was in that truck in an instagram post marino. Alleges that in the monoliths place was an inappropriate message. Written in the dirt and quote a fresh piece dane according to the guardian ever since it disappeared visitors have been stacking rocks in its place. I don't know if we'll ever know what happened to it why it was there who took it. Maybe it'll pop up on ebay soon. What a strange strange story
Scottish leader says she could seek 2021 independence vote
"Appears headed to another independence referendum as soon as next year. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today that she would campaign next year in the Scottish elections to hold the vote in 2014, Scotland, voted to remain in the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he won't agree to another vote being held. Form or on all this. We're joined live on the case. CBS Ring Central News Line by Sky News reporter and a Brady. So, Andy in the fast forwarding from 2014 to today, we've had Brexit Debate. We've had covert 19 of those factors. And what's bringing this back up again? Yeah, massively. So I've been working in Scotland the last few weeks. I've been in Edinburgh. I've been in clouds Go and let me tell you People are talking about Scottish independence again. Two reasons. Exist, means that the United Kingdom on January the first will be pulling out with the European Union. Gotland in that Brexit referendum of 2016, Scotland voted overwhelmingly 58% in favor off staying in the European Union. So Scotland is being removed from the European Union and all the benefits. Freedom of movement travel around Europe, No passports, no visas. You know none of the hassle and Scotland's being dragged out of Europe against its will. And then feed in the corona virus situation. Where Nicholas Star gin, her leadership she has every lunchtime. Since the pandemic started here at the end of March. Really, she has hold hosted the daily TV and radio updates without fail every single day. Boris Johnson missed meeting after meeting news conference after news conference sent deputies sent assistance. People in Scotland have seen strong leadership. They see it in Nicholas Sergeant, and that is fed into this. Is we mentioned? UK Prime Minister Horace Johnson says he doesn't want another vote to be held. Does he have the power to block that from happening? Yes, he has. So that's the problem for Nicholas Sergeant and everyone that wants Scottish independence. Gotland being part of the United Kingdom. It does have the Scottish Parliament. Those of the elections that are coming up in April. Now Nicholas Sergeant Hart Party, the SNP Scottish Nationalist Party. They would be the odds on favorite to be the overwhelming Party of power again in Scotland, and I'm sure they will be so she will be hoping from mandate from the Scottish people for her leadership and her dealing with covert but also for her manifest off discussion dependence on if she wins the elections, as she surely will in March. On April. I mean, it's it's with never going to happen that the other parties they're going to be there because our numerically historically her party is being so strong. She will then say to Boris Johnson. The people have spoken here. We want another referendum. His party, the conservative Party in Westminster. They've already said that the 2014 referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity and people voted to remain in the union. And is this strictly an internal debate within the UK or do European allies way in one way or the other on this? So ultimately the decisions will be made and taken and decided in Britain, You know, in London, it will be the prime minister's call. As to whether or not there is the referendum on then, if there is a referendum, you'd be looking at the tail end of 21 into 22 on it will be the people of Scotland who discovered that decide their future if they won't remain the United Kingdom or they want to go on so long beer. Independent Republic of Scotland If you like. Well would be external factors. I mean, you know a lot of countries around Europe a lot regions around Italy. Take Catalonia, For example, in Spain, Barcelona being the capital there, you know they would look at Scotland. And be envious of a country that has that kind of opportunity. These regions that want to go solo and become independent republic, So it's huge. It's fascinating, and I'll tell you one thing. You do really sense when you're in Scotland. Working is Very, very distinct separate identity, You know, from people's accents, even the cash the money you use. It's still a pound sterling but Scottish banknote. And everything is different, and it's really interesting. I mean, this will be a huge 12 months. Big election. Nicholas Star Jin will be confident. I mean, she speak so clearly everyday people in Scotland lots of rules and regulations to follow, but because of her leadership and how distinct she sounds an hour, her clarity off communication the whole way through the pandemic. People know who she is and what she's done for.
Cyber Monday deals abound
"The clark deals crew has been working literally around the clock for a much longer period than historically. The clark deals team would work with most of the effort prior years being black friday week through cyber monday but this year not like prior years. The sales spread out the entire month of november bleeding into all the way into this. Friday is cyber monday for most retailers has become cyber week and it can be overwhelming. It's obviously overwhelming for our deals. Team can be overwhelming for you as a consumer with every E mail message. You get or text you might get from retailer you've done business with in the past or do currently screaming. How great their deals are so it really requires action not reaction on your part to plan out number one that you don't overspend and number two that you are getting real deals not non deals and so i know that if you are among the more than one third people somewhere roughly a little more than a third whom look at shopping during the month of december for christmas as more chore than joy. This is even harder for you to think through this way. But i'm more concerned about people who get really excited by deal deal and spend money. That is really more than your wallet is designed for and so that's why back to basics. I want you to think about coming up with a budget. Not too late even if you've already been clicking and buying black friday week and now in cyber week you're like oh look at this. Do you look at that one. Go ahead and assess what you've already spent and how that fits into what you really can't afford to spend through this. Christmas selling cycle second win. They're things you're interested in. Just take the time to write down the offers for example like Historically have been the top draws in the friday and now cyber week deals and they get really really confusing so no this the real deals come with. Tv's and various forms of electroncs that our current technology not state of the art. The very best doorbuster kind of deals are those that are off brands or More minor brands an example Sam's club has a hot item today where they're selling a seventy five inch. Tv four k whole bit from philips philips is not a premiere brand in the united states anymore and it's five hundred and ninety nine dollars. There was a cheaper roku. Tv seventy five inch with best. Buy for four nine thousand nine that when sold out five nine thousand nine for seventy five inch. tv really really great. But it's Yes you'd call that a second tier brand and then when you look at the first tier brands samsung. Lg sony the tv's. That are the best deals for black friday. Cyber monday in this week of cyber week our. Tv's that may be Last season's models or models that they had oversupply of or they made specifically as value additions for retailers. To sell this week and there are great. Great great deals especially when you step down to the second tier or third tier brands. Listen this when if you want a jain normal. Tv best buy has an eighty five inch imagine eighty five inch tv. A high sense. Four k nine hundred ninety nine dollars. I mean that's ridiculous and they have an l g eighty six inch for fourteen forty nine so there are a variety of really really great deals on. Tv's and for people looking at more reasonable sizes like looking from thirty two inch. Tv's that right now are seventy nine dollars and up Sixty five inch. Tv's cheap is two hundred fifty dollars and there are great. Great deals available and avoid with electronic spying state-of-the-art because today's state of the art is much more money than current technology and we'll be current six months from now or whatever at a fraction of the price that state of the art is right now
Health officials urge Thanksgiving travelers to get tested: 'You have to assume that you were exposed and you became infected'
"For for those those who who did did travel travel over over the the holiday holiday weekend. weekend. Here's Here's Cairo Cairo seven seven TVs TVs RUN RUN J J Sena Sena assume assume you're you're infected infected and and go go get get tested. tested. A A doctor doctor at at the the University University of of Washington Washington says says it's it's almost almost certain that thousands of returning holiday travelers will add to a surge of covert 19 cases and overwhelm hospitals. We're slammed with cases already. We have more people on I see you. You have more people have activated. Several travelers said they were aware of the risks but made their trips anyway. Now that they could be infected. The governor has called for a two week quarantine for travelers and some of those traveler's say they will comply with that restriction. The surgery number
A Look At The Newly Released Xbox Series X, S, And PS5
"Onto the current generation which just started this month is the ninth council generation which was I guess technically started out by microsoft because they released a week early there xbox series x slash s which is there Xbox series x premium console and the series ass is there downgraded and also digital only console. Yes and those sell at a price of four ninety nine and two nine respectively as well as the ps five which has the blu ray drive and also digital only version of the blu ray drive version is four hundred nine and the digital version is three now yes so I mean i haven't even touched these yet. So i don't really know too much about him except for what i've read but Apparently the ps five is having some A couple of issues. Well i mean yeah. They're both have as she is like. We talked about on our news. Commentary the Whole issue with the hard drive on the xbox series x s ps five. We've got that glitch with Spiderman gain douse. it's like that's the downside to be an early adopter. You know You get the bugs that has to be worked out and you probably have to send it back and They might have to recall it. Or whatever or you might have to wait for a software update for. Thanks be fixed true. Yeah but bahasa farther got The council great yeah I'm really excited to see where it goes. This has been kind of a weird console launch. Because it's like I think i mentioned this earlier. But i think the the game dishonor adopt more of like a mobile phone kind of thing of being like said fascinated. This is the. Ps four this. The ps fi. The do separate consoles. i think. Now they're kind of more like it's more of a transition so you can play a lot of the. Tsa five games are coming out for the ps four As as we're transitioning to the new hardware. I think it's kind of interesting. How just how different. This console launch fields as opposed to previous launch. Yeah be even really need to get this console generation if they're coming out with the games from both really because i'm honestly like the graphics the other nicer but there Now that much nicer. Yes i mean and there's really no exclusives yet. Yeah like other games of sorry if you don't have a four k. tv it's like what's the point out on both systems. That's true and i have a four k. Tv but still yeah. Ours is ten eighty p. He's love the retro tech.
Adobe expects today to be the biggest online sales day in U.S. history
"Americans are expected by billions of dollars worth of items on this cyber Monday it cyber Monday and experts expect us to shatter records with our online buying adobe analytics says this may be the largest online sales day ever in this country what's hot apple airpods Samsung TV's video games and lego sets and groceries and alcohol that's something we pretty much bottom person before the pandemic analysts say by the end of the day we may have spent almost thirteen billion dollars I'm Rita Foley
Philip Green's retail empire Arcadia calls in administrators
"The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a potentially fatal blow to british retail giant arcadia. And its owner sir. Philip green within the next few hours the group which owns internationally recognized brand. Top shop is expected to file for administration much bankruptcy protection. The process will shield the business from creditors as it tries to get finances in order while parts or all of the company is sold off. Well that means some of the group's stores could close. The bbc's simon jack says many of the brands under arcadia umbrella are household names here in the uk and they're likely to survive in some form. The june the crown is top shop other brands which people won't be familiar with the us like burton wallis evans. Dorothy perkins some of these brands or seem to be very old school and new internet only brands of come. Along targeting millennials. Much more multan have got a greater connection with the shoppers. They're servicing one affiliate greens big problems as he had this inherent loathing technology. And i'm afraid retail is a technology game these days and that's why he didn't keep pace with it now. The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc across the retail sector. This year arcadia has collapsed could potentially even worse than that for some retailers. Big department store chains here. That have shops within a shop. That's right so there's another big transaction going on which is a fading and ailing department store called a sportswear company called jetty. Sports is trying to buy that now. Deb enemies inside it as you say has lots of concessions of the brands that philip green and say if this goes bust that other merger is in danger because the income they would get from those concessions is suddenly going to disappear so there is a domino effect. Here if you add it all together. We're looking at thirteen thousand jobs in the katie groups. Greens empire and twelve thousand in the devon's group. So twenty five thousand. I actually spoke to some green over the weekend. I said how much of this is to do with covid. He said last night. And what i'm going to be open identity stock to buy but the cards were dealt on this many years ago because he did not adapt to the changing face of internet retail. And this is also bad for the suppliers who supply these stores. Like top shop yet. They could take a big hit clearly. They're suffering because many of the shops they sell to have been closed over different periods of lockdown. Funny enough the supplies. We spoken to did not feel. They weren't getting paid by philip. Green empire arcadia. A lot of them will have bought insurance. In case the person they sell to goes bust. They won't be able to get that insurance by selling. Philip green's empire anymore so yes you could be looking at big hit in the supply chain. Tv salmon jack. Thanks for breaking this down my pleasure
Iran holds funeral for slain military nuclear scientist
"A top Iranian security official says Israel used electronic devices to remotely kill a minute treat nuclear scientists last week the remark from the sixty three of the country's supreme National Security Council drastically changes the story of the Friday slaying of the nuclear scientist authorities initially said the truck exploded and then gunman opened fire a state TV Arabic language channel claims the weapons used were controlled by satellite a claim also made Sunday by the semi official Fars news agency none of the outlets immediately offered any evidence supporting the claims Israel has declined to comment on the attack I'm Charles de Ledesma
Revere Residents Near Boston Wait In Line At COVID Test Site After Thanksgiving
"Experts experts are are now now urging urging them. them. To To isolate isolate and and get get tested. tested. WBZ TV is Paul Burton is in Revere cars lined up as folks get tested for Kobe, 19 and Maria. Just everything. Wait a few people over to stop the spread testing site of a very high school parking lot remain busy for most of the day. The Revere Board of Health is advising residents who gathered with people outside their house. Hold on Thanksgiving. Isolate test and monitor for symptoms. Ah, lot of these residents had to wait about an hour in line but did not complain. They live in the area and I haven't been tested in a while. It's just crazy because it's really out there. I lost. My grandpa to it. Long lines, of course, have been seen it so many of the state's testing sites Governor Charlie Baker says he's aware of it and is working on it. Retail experts say this holiday shopping season could be up more than 5%.
Cryptocurrency and Domains: Real Estate in Cyber Space
"Was listening. Talk about domain. That how you view them as as real estate in cyberspace almost as well as a fixed asset like you find correlations. They're not to get to deviated from cutting your story but like when you look at bitcoin you see any parallels domains or about digital scarcity only one person can own the word voice on the dot com network so the dot com is like the main chain dot. Edu a secondary chain dot io or or dot org. These are all secondary change but the dot com was the primary domain chain. Only one person own voice. One person can own strategy or wisdom or mike or michael and early on. I was very obvious to me that if you owned domain that people understood that they could spell that they could type. That was a much better idea than having the company which is hard to spell and hard to type like imagine. Misspelling a word today as the name of your company it used to be marketing. Guys would say misspell the word. So it's unique but if you try to type a misspelled word into your browser. The spell checker corrects it. So you gotta like a won't correct voice won't correct mike and it won't correct strategy but it will correct strategy with two is and so you can't name. Your company's strategy with two is a why because you can't type it into the browser. It was very obvious to me back. Then that only one person could own the word wisdom on the dot com work. I and they were dirt cheap so i thought i mean not. I couldn't buy from nineteen bucks. But i could buy it for one hundred thousand dollars and if you had one hundred thousand dollars lying around you could buy the word wisdom well. How many people know demeans couple of billion how many people have been taught for eighteen years to the meaning of wisdom and how to spell with them. So you're talking about there must be two three four billion people on the planet that actually know how to find you. If you're sitting on the wisdom domain so so that was the idea behind domain scarcity relates to bitcoin because bitcoin is about digital scarcity all crypto so bitcoin is the main chain dominant chain. I mean there's a theory and then there's car donna and there's llosa and everything else that falls off it's not unlike dot com is the dot. Edu is dot io is the dot. Tv walk clearly. You want to be on the main chain if you can and you want to own scarcity and so i got excited about it back then. Here's what i thought like. If you have the word voice for the next thousand years voices going to mean voice in the english language and if there's ten billion human beings to learn how to speak english even if they spread all the way across the stars voice is going to be voice. And what's what's great about a brand well if you name your company or your product that thing and if a billion people can hear it in one second remember it spell it type it find it valuable. I mean that's worth a billion dollars to own tone a fundamental word on the main chain. So that's why. I bought them and held them. And eventually i sold voice for thirty million dollars last year. I didn't want to but it's the highest quality ears right. Yeah i did. It's the highest price. Anybody ever paid for naked domain. And i kind of wanted just to create a comp and the market so people would realize these things are valuable so the next one goes for one hundred million and the next one goes for five hundred million and the next goes for a billion. But you're talking about owning the english language. What's that worth just like. Bitcoin is about owning one. Twenty one millionth of everything. There's ever going to be like what's that worth right. If more than twenty one million millionaires. Everyone can own a bitcoin right. The only issue is is is dot com the main chain and is bitcoin. The main blockchain right. And what makes it the main one. Well at the fact that everybody uses it. What makes it the main one. And so of a billion people go there first and if they end their conditioned goes to google dot com amazon dot com apple dot com facebookcom numbers going to facebook dot tv so so once you get hundreds of billions or trillions of interactions on a main chain it becomes dominant and that becomes a dominant network. And so i got into that.
Securing Apple devices
"Of apple's know system across multiple types of devices. You know it's it's on on one hand makes things easier protect but it also means that zero day attacks can be more pervasively destructive they cover sort of thousands of times the surface area target attack might otherwise have give and. I'm not sure if i'm getting that right. But is there sort of like a uniformity of like Apples structure whatever that may zero days especially vulnerable so apple doesn't have the same operating system across all the devices were mac. Os there's ipod iowa's grant tv os watch. Each device does have its own separated. separated operating system But is taking approaches to make that more uniform allowing to be able to pick something up from your phone and then be able to pick it back up on your mac or on your ipad so they are allowing that kind of cross use against the different operating systems are making that more like uniform. And so i don't know i i could totally see what the potential risks there Especially as apps made for ipads ios devices being added to the app store and being available on a mac because even though apple is pretty strict on their developers in what they allow in the app store we just had a case recently. Where they actually notarized mac malware to be able to be downloaded motorization was one of their big kennedy security approaches to help only allowed things that are authorized in kind of been blessed off. So they're not in there. There's no perfect defense Rate like you have to be aware of everything. There's always things that are gonna possibly slip. And so i do see that there could be potential risks with that for sure. Okay so speaking to that you know. It sounds like it's pretty hard. Is it pretty hard to sort of get one over via the app store in that way that you know they were able to authorize. This thing was so what happened with that. Was it just that. It looked very very realistic. And just sort of didn't pass the sniff astor's exactly and then it just turned out to be malware and that's that's not a common case no and that's the first i've heard of there may have been more but that was that was kind of like publicly made big knowledge. It's like okay so we want wanna talk. Obviously you're you're a bit of a mac guru here mcafee. We want to talk about. Mac specific security risks. That people should be aware of like what are some some common errors first of all that are made by apple users. You know just out in the world that opened them up to carry risks being careful what you click on that goes across any user. Just mac specific But yet just cautious of what you click on apple does a really good job of trying to put in some protections to the end user so not disabling things in the operating system right so like if you go to stack exchange looking for how to. Hey how do i do this. Really cool thing on my mac. And then they recommend that you disable internal protections like. You shouldn't do that like just cheap do rum. Yeah exactly in like there's always those targeted tools that are lake. Let's clean up your mac like here's your pop rate. That that that that happens a lot on the mac side because they are very focused on like your mac is contaminated. You need to download this kind of thing. So i think there's always that risk In depending on the type of attack and what what. The attackers like motives are is. There's always that sense of urgency rate. Like you need to do this right now. Because you're short-circuiting their commonsense. It's like right before. I can think about it. You just have kind of take a step back right like is this really is something bad But that's hard. I think there's there's always that pressure As a user to just be aware. But people like max because it's easy to use. They don't need all the ins and outs of everything Like people don't know where they're launch damon's launch In that there may be potential Tool there So i think it's just keeping be patient. Be weary of things that they download and click on Keep the native security functionality. That apple gives you enabled. Turn it off And just be more investigative into what they want me to add a would be my biggest lake just for any end user.
Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs
"Those new. Tv's on sale during the holidays are pretty amazing. Two hundred dollars two hundred twenty five dollars one hundred and fifty dollars some as low as ninety nine dollars. What's the catch folks. What's the catch will here. It is many of them use different software platforms that you really need to be up about before you make the purchase for instance. Would you like to watch. The sequel. To the wonder woman called wonder woman nineteen eighty-four that is debut on christmas day on streaming television in a few theaters. Why no. I'd like to see it. But if i go out and buy the new. Tcl roku branded tv. I can't watch wonder woman nineteen eighty-four because roku doesn't do business with hbo. Max the channel. That is running. Wonder woman on christmas day. Confused let me fill you in on the different platforms. Starting with roku they have a wonderful tv. These tcl td's that roku branded you don't have to buy a streaming stick everything is built in there's hundreds of channels everything but hbo. Max which is the new channel that debuted in may. It costs fifteen dollars a month. It gives you plus the warner brothers library films. Like wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the friends reunion. It's coming next year. Reruns of the fresh prince of bel air. Lots of really good stuff. Beyond that roku has disney plus it has peacock it has the roku channel which is ad-supported and shows everything from the hunger games movies to older. tv classics. Like bonanza roku is a great tv. But if you're gonna wanna see wonder woman you're going to need to buy an amazon fire stick streaming device for about twenty five dollars plug it in and watch wonder woman on hbo. Max on your tv. That's the workaround speaking of amazon fire. Tv addition amazon branded. Tv's are available from cigna. Which is the best. Buy house brand and toshiba. They're aimed at cord cutters the advantages that you don't have to buy a fire tv stick to get streaming since it's built into the set. The good news is amazon. Has disney channel and hbo max but it doesn't have nbc universals peacock which is another new channel. That debuted in july amazon promises voice control with these sets to direct the alexa personal assistant to turn on and off the tv and select channels for you but to do that. You need to enable the alexa skill in your app. Repressed the voice command on the remote control. Plus channel selection won't work with the cable box just antenna tv android google tv. While the google platform is best known on sets from sony. Tcl and high sense and they had the google assistant and chromecast streaming platform built in well in september. Google announced the new google tv with takes more. Google centered approach tv by offering personal suggestions to tv shows. It thinks you wanna watch. The suggestions come from google following your taste on google search and youtube us additionally google tv will enable you to run your smart home the google nest devices and use and use your google photos collection as a screensaver however google tv is currently only the the the twenty twenty fifty dollar chromecast streaming device. Google says it will come. The tv's from sony and other android partners in twenty twenty one with google no issue with hbo max or peacock. They got them. All finally ties in. That is the name for samsung's tb operating system and several new models. Answer to many including google assistant amazon's alexa and samsung's own bixby. Samsung has its own free channel. Which is similar to amazon's imdb and the roku channel called tv plus any resemblance to blow. Td is not accidental. Pluto runs the samsung channel under the samsung name questions about tv platforms. I'm here to help. I'd love to hear from you on twitter. Where match jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech.
Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero
"It's time for another installment of seon. It's still alive and this time we're going back to season. Three episode twenty titled synthetic hero synthetic hero first aired on may twenty first nineteen sixty and we find might down in a caribbean harbor whereas working with a company. Dredging that harbor as mike is underwater scouting ahead of the dredge. He finds an uncharted wreck and discovers. That it's the navy. Ls number four to seven seven and s. t short for landing ship tank one of those ships that can push up onto the beach and offload equipment. I spent three years on t. Eleven ninety eight. The us bristol county in the late nineteen seventies. Well mike notifies the navy and meets with a captain sellers. Who tells mike that lsd four to seven seven went missing on september twelfth. Nineteen forty four. He also tells mike that eighteen crew members die. Two of the survivor's however jack clayton. Who was the captain and tom. Maury who clayton a hero saved might be interested in the finding captain. Sellers asked my to find out what happened before the dredging operators blow up the ship in the next scene mike walking down the pier carrying his doubles in one hand and the other equipment slung over his shoulder. One handed doubles. Wow there he meets the survivors. Jack clayton in tom. Worry along with jack's wife. Susan is it me or there are a lot of suzy's and susan's on john. Jack wants to dive with. Mike and tom will be on. Deck for support might convince the dredging operators to give him forty eight hours on the rack and try to find out what happened to l. s. t. four to seven as the scene shifts. We see jack getting into his gear. Mike i'm not so sure jack knows what he's doing. Jack says he's just a little rusty so the giants dryden and make their way to direct can split up. Mike little confused because jack doesn't seem to be all that incompetent in the water. Well they don't find anything and get back on the vote jackson's really agitated. They only have one more day to solve the mystery as the sun comes up the next day and they're back on the water. Mike is getting all geared up and ready to go. Clayton is fiddling around. Mike frustrated at the delay when suddenly clayton drops tanks over the side. And you see it's sinking to the bottom. Mike has no choice but to retrieve it and hoping that this is last delay and that the tank isn't a jinx on jack's back so now the two of them are back. Underwater jet goes to the bow area. And mike heads. Aft inside the engine room. And he finds a blast hole below the waterline as he exits the space with this newfound knowledge. Suddenly a nightmare of junk is falling on top of him. It could only have been shoved on top of him by one person jack. Clayton isn't a clumsy amateur. Mike frees himself and chases. After jack jack pulls knife and they get into a fight might prevails and takes jack back to the surface with a hammerlock back on the boat. We find out that. Jack wasn't trying to kill mike. Just trying to scare you. See jack confesses that it was all his fault that l. s. t. four to seven seven sank during the attack. It says he's he steered the ship into a reef where it sank and that the enemy didn't do it at all. Tom is very angry now. And they locked jack in the cabin while mike makes one more dive on the wreck. Mike is back in the engine room now and he finds something just then dynamite from dredge operators detonates and the ship starts to collapse on mike he stuck in his regulators damaged back topside jackass yelling to get out because might my need help. Tom refuses pleased. So jack breaks out of the cabin and gives tom a karate chop knocking him out. Jack johnson finds mike. They buddy breathe while he frees him from the wreck and you get back to the bill before they surface. Susan comes aboard. Gets weeks. Tom up just mike and jack return. Jack tells suzy the ship sinking was all his fault. Susan doesn't care. She understands just then. Mike produces his find a piece of metal from japanese shell. That shank sank the four to seven seven. Jack still a hero a synthetic hero. Well i guess. Hollywood took a lot of liberties here. Let's see an ls t. Operating independently in the caribbean by itself doing battle with either a japanese ship or submarine seems a little farfetched. But as we know from mike nelson. Nothing is improbable.
"k. tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"So we're keeping the kitchen table light this week and the EMMYS happen yesterday I did not watch says, did YOU WATCH UNITED I watch You know that I did not I mean We're just here. I have probably have watched the emmys maybe. A total of one time I think think I've sat through. I don't think I've sat through a whole emmys awards. But if you compile the pieces in highlight reels it, I've watched over the years it will probably amount to one same absolute episode. I know that I watched the year that crystal was nominated. Absolutely. But you know. Hey I think I have watched maybe one and a half full emmy awards shows in my entire life in whole black life. But God bless them Scott bless them and speaking of black lives. We WanNA shout out all of the black winners at the EMMYS. Show you right Regina King won her fourth emmy for outstanding lead actress in drama series for watchmen Ouzo duboe won her third Primetime Emmy for outstanding actress, Eddie Murphy. Won his first. CA- Eddie Murphy Kerry Washington both won their first EMMYS. Yes. In all of his career in all of his career, he's only been nominated four times. Carrie Washington. So both of them won their first Eddie's for outstanding guest actor in comedy series, and that's for his return to snl okay and then there was a father daughter duo, Ron? Safest Jones, and Jasmine see fish Jones both mine which I think is lovely. He said that was. That was one of the highlights of his life was watching his daughter when you know he's got mine and it was nice to get another one. But to see my daughter win and see her dream start, you know coming to fulfilment like that is incredible So he won for this is us and she won for I guess a film called Hashtag Free Raytheon Okay, very black I'm GONNA have to go look at that though. Dave Chapelle one stick and stones that and lastly famous Acceptance Speech Zinn Daya. Absolutely Oh, we love our Virgo Queen. She won for best lead actress in a drama for euphoria and they didn't insecure win Oh and insecure. Yes. I have the Mo- here to they got eight nominations but they won for outstanding single camera picture editing for the low key trying episode. They listen it's her first one for insecure. We will celebrate we're to celebrate it and I think I got all the black people if I missed anybody. Charge to the game. So with you know with all of that and Look beautiful I loved her her hair. And her outfit she always gives you know what I'm saying she's so gracious both our con- She. Really. Yes and the and the youngest to ever win that award. I mean as Dan if you're like we must if you don't stand, you are hating US nigger. So I thought in light of the enemies we just talk about TV that we've been watching whether it be old whether we're doing some re watches or some new team now watching anything current all your nine no probably not anything that's like currently on right now five from like bows whilst Potomac. Okay. So get into what you've been watching I've been watching the house last. Potomac. Our. Marriage Huntsville is that the one with the lady with the really long neck and her husband cheating on her And he's like really pretty. Her heck with her neck was long but sure yes. Okay. Yes. Yes. She's like A. Pretty Lady Donate Stone Age has been from Levin there. I already know this show because Trista was watching. A he started watching it because he thought it was a real estate show. So I. Think you know it was three couples each doing something around like real estate, real estate development or like you know. And they were building up the real estate in like they were rented by a part of the inspiration of like Huntsville Alabama but they were. Revitalizing. You know. Yeah, yeah I saw the in Huntsville and that's where you know that was the hook like it was like these three couples but then we got into it and it was the real housewives of hundred mess of their relationships start their friendships amongst. Across Marriages, and then you know all that stuff going on within each marriage became the crux of the show but I watch it still even I feel like they're season wrapped up short because they had to stop filming for Kobe Okay but I did watch that. Let's see I know that the hasn't had not on own back. Caught up, I know I did what probably watched the first season of the episode, but you're not kind of like Greenlee. Own those kinds of programs. Like. It seems like they're only slated for certain number of seasons. Then when they get toward the end, they just try to cram everything in and then he gets to be a mess. Yeah so I think I'm not really. I've kind of found myself in. A. Net flicks thing Lately, I've been kind of like going back and watching the television show of the early two thousands. Oh Girl Franks. have been getting my life why haven't even gotten into girlfriends that much watching few episodes of the game okay. But I you know I'm still watching grey's anatomy and private practice. We've got five seasons of careers and I mean I just cannot seem to stop myself from watching and rewatching because it's just so layered and it's just so like I don't know. But SHONDA RHIMES is really gifted and each I actually it's just masterful in her character development because each character in grey's anatomy could have his own show right because there's just so much. Miss there. But I found myself just kind of watching those things over and over again. And Washington like documentaries on Netflix I watched the social experiment that no, but it's on my lists hull guy now that gave me a panic attack watch that though. Let me see what else I've been watching just like a rerun on the one I watched family matters, I watch law and order especially unit. Current things I'd like to get caught because the news in all these notifications, things that kind of wear me out. So I go to TV F my happy place and I tried to watch older sitcoms fictional things because I cannot. I cannot deal with the realities of the world. So the I did watch marriage BOOTCAMP HIP hop. All of that I started with corrupt and. In his history partner. Listen Lady has a lot to be mad about she does. She. She. pissed optimal level. At all times but I did watch that that was very entertaining. But I don't know those skill question. Sure. What does a Hazel do let me tell you something but fast get on my nerves. Let me tell you why I don't care for that hastily like whatever it is that she does I mean. I'm really not clear on what she does, but she has found a way. To market it right she is like a social media she's like a walking basset. Even in that Levin Marriage Hip hop she was the leak like they I watched one of their behind the scenes episodes. And they signed, of course they have to like. The rate right. They had car her like footage like we're her phone like talking to people showing people the House and like telling people what was going on when there was a fight like Willie from day twenty six. Fight with her rehearsal. Her whatever and she. She..
"k. tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Shot out this week. Is Very Near and dear to US I am holy disgusted with myself. So last week we had an episode where we celebrate it eight point five, million downloads of getting grown and you know we continue to thank you all for your support as you you know you guys really just really hold key and I down Chris Show but another person who holds us down that we didn't even mention which is crazy is Tie Wurley. Our editor yes indeed tie. Comes through every single week in edits the episode. Stays up late sometimes, it does early mornings and deals with our schedule changes, all kinds of things, and we could not have gotten to a point five and handles the ad stuff and all that we could not have gotten to a point five million downloads without tie were not, and we were absolutely remiss impaling swing knowledge tie all the members of our loudspeakers family. Time especially worked so closely with him in pulling together all of the the names and details for the show so. Thank you for all of your hard work. Thank you. Bring, a year talent and expertise to what we do without you. We would not be where we are. So thank you for all that you've done. Yes. Looking forward to continue to work with you in the future we love high and we're really grateful for Thai and yes, like you said, we were very interested in not bringing him up last week just Chai charges at a game charges to the we charge. It's all of that. boat but we WANNA thank tie for you know holding down every week and being being a big part of the team as well. So ties are shot out this week you can buy yes..
"k. tv" Discussed on The HT Guys
"So they're gonNA come up with something I just have no idea what it is. You don't have to close up shop they can sit back and collect royalties forever. Is Ride that data atmos- horse until it well, I. Never go away right as well. That's all we need the Dobie horse I mean every. Receiver you can still do pro logic it can still do dolby digital and all these other things. So they're they're making money on every single unit sold, and then I'm sure they're making money for any. Anyway, we don't have to get into their. Conspiracy theories along those lines of is there any more audio formats that we would even need? Our could become out with dolby knows that too, and that's why they've started getting into video stuff of like hd are formats in three d formats and other things where they're like, Hey, maybe we're kinda tapped out on audio we should look at video 'cause they have started you know within the last. Five years or so really expanded pretty heavily into video technology as well. So who knows yeah, and there a lot of places they can have bang for the buck in video that doesn't require more resolution again HDR, they can do things with the color they. There's a lot of other things they can do to do that without necessarily saying you need eight. K. To do it because the physics behind eight K. is just you're not going to see it. I mean, even four K. unique a pretty large screen before you can see a difference. All right. Let's move onto the next thing that jumped out. Perfect segue. So last week I kinda was complaining about the dots per inch the pixels per inch on that ninety eight inch TV that we talked about out of China and so chuck. Who has a math degree as do i? which kind of irritates me that I didn't think about this but chuck pointed it out. He says So Ara I heard you comment lamenting the Chinese TV having only a PPI of forty five on the ninety eight, inch, TV. He says it's just math all ninety, eight, inch, four, K. TV's will have forty five. PPI that's just the. Way It is, and so he gives the formula. He says, the ninety eight inch TV gives the dimensions of it and he says it's a four thousand and eighty one square inches. Then he says the number of pixels in a four K. TV are eight, million, two, hundred, ninety, four, thousand, four, hundred, you just do the division and Wallah Alah or I should say the properly Walla. Is Twenty is forty five. PIXELS per square inch and so doesn't matter if it's cheap or high quality, you're still going to get that forty five pixels per square inch. So I appreciate that chuck thinking very much for sending in that email. Now earn your keep and tell me what was going on my switch earlier a checks one of those guys who were extended it. Yes. So that's right. You take the four K. screen it's got a certain number of pixels on it. You can't change that 'cause four K. is the number of pixels spread that out ten, ninety, eight inch TV than those pixels just have to get bigger, which is why they don't make four K. TV's super super small because they can't make the pixels `small. That's why when you get down to a small TV, it goes down to a ten eighty P or a seven twenty but at ninety eight inch that might be where I eight K. makes sense right so that you don't have those giant pixels on the screen. But what you would have the same thing with projector. Though, right. If you if you projected a hundred and twenty inches four K., you have the same problem it'd be pixels per square inch that you would see on your display and I think I was reading that to tell the difference between four K. and Ten Eighty. P on a projector, you needed something like you sitting at like fifteen feet you needed one hundred and twenty inch screen. So even though the pixels. Per Square inch will get a smaller It's still hard to see depending how far you're sitting. Yeah I was texting back and forth with a friend today over you know he was looking at some different TV options and he goes I don't think I need to do ak and I'm like well, there's no content for it plus the fact that you're not gonNA. See Any difference unless you're close enough to the TV that you're getting a Tan from it. So if you WANNA double it as like a tanning bed, then maybe ak would make sense but otherwise you know normal TV normal sitting viewing distance. There's just no reason for AK right now. All. Right. Next email is from.
"k. tv" Discussed on Anime Podcast of Some Sort
"Sony being daring enough to do something different with the design of the Consul for the number of games that looked rather interesting, and just the fact that four KTV's are not that expensive anymore. just even a couple of years ago. They were kind of absurd for your budget, but during the quarantine I saw that a four. K. TV was under three hundred dollars and was like. Well, who when you put it that way. Yeah, you know definitely maybe I might be willing to make the jump then and with the PS five looming. Unfortunately. We still don't know the price. Something tells me that might be a problem because it's looking like. The PS five might be a little bit more expensive than some of those four K. TV's That might be a problem, but we'll see. But I like what I see from the PS five. Jack I really really too so I I agree with you. It looks good I don't understand the box being you know. An issue, I mean why the box has to be the precedent you know. I like as a Gamer when things look really cool. Even though I don't personally own one of those razer keyboards. But they look cool that they do do it tool. I think it's important to a Gamer that the stuff you own look. Cool you now like controllers. Look cool I think it's time for the consoles to have a little bit of a makeover, so yeah I would agree with you and the graphics of everything showcased so far looks. Really promising. and have really interesting feelings about that the rings game. The future is feeling a little break for games. in in every sense I'm I guess. I'm someone I know that there are people that kind of want their entertainment set up to be. Sort of in one style. as someone who does five or six different kinds of projects that are all kind of different. I like the idea of having an entertainment center. That kind of has all sorts of different colors and. Shapes, so I'm down for it I'm down for it. I'm looking forward to the PS five. Okay Jack I think we've pretty much covered all that. We're going to cover on this episode of acoss Shall We. Do the thing. I think we should do the thing. What podcast is evolving. Yes, don't hit the button, everybody. So. as we said. Jackie have pretty much kept in contact. fairly regularly over the course of the pandemic and one thing Jack and I have done over the years is we would share certain bits of media and entertainment that we're both watching with one another and we do a little bit of an exchange, a little bit of cross pollination of our interests if you will. And we have decided. That we feel like. The anime podcast of some sort going all the way back to win I I said to anime three thousand dot com that I wanted young. Not even twenty year old Jack to be my co-host. I think that we have grown and evolved and I think that we're going to be growing and evolving a plus a little bit. and I think we're it's time to. I think I'm going to save the R. Word I think. I'm GONNA say Jack. I think that. It's time to officially. At the tender age of sixty nine. Retire the anime podcast of some sort. Jack. It has been an incredible run. I cannot thank you enough for what we have done. talking about anime an animation you have educated me on a medium, but I've grown to love You've opened my mind up to art and various forms of media that I would have never come across myself and I think that you are brilliantly talented. You have some really interesting insights, and this is not going to be the end of any of those things. We're just moving forward Has always been in anime podcast with some other things sprinkled in. And I think because I I'm kind of at the point where? I'm ready to start talking a little bit about more of the the other stuff out there There will still anime of course, but I think that. The anime podcasts of some sort it is ready to get its hall of fame, ring and start going on legends tours, and doing doing the convention circuits and signing eight by tens Jack. And I think we've had a great run, but I think it's time to go to the next phase. I, one hundred percent agree I. Think it's been an absolute. I it has been at absolute honor to. Have your faith in me to have. These level headed mostly level-headed discussions. critiquing and thinking about the nuances of this very strange and wild medium. But. You are career. Act there is not just anime out there. There is a huge Pantheon of nerd media. There are movies. There's books. There's a whole revolution of culture going on right now and you know we have very different tastes, but i. don't think our sensibilities are all that different, so I think the idea of just keeping that. meows MMA of what we? Consume and sort. Of letting it drift to each other through osmosis through cross. Pollination is going to be a really interesting way to kind of. I mean I always think about how media connects us. You know, and I think sharing media. That's important with yourself. With other people that is are important to you is one of the most. Special. Brilliantly uniquely modern ways to know a person. So I am. Wildly, excited for the future, and I am so excited to kind of widen our net to kind of make the scope a little bigger. So, folks. This isn't really a winding down of anything. If anything, I think, the scale will be just a little bit. More than just anime. So I hope that you are excited as much as we are for the future and the future of me. Idiot and culture and nerd them. Because, it's going to be a wild ride. I'll. It most certainly will We are not going away. We are still going to have conversations. Some of them might even be about Japan. Maiden. Just like we've been doing here on the anime podcasts of some sort. Thank you all very much for listening. Jack It is a pleasure and a privilege. and. We'll talk to you all again very very soon. Him To. Joni. Bought, the Blue Reich. It's great I'm loving it. It's not full you..
"k. tv" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media
"Doing these? Incredibly creative designs and I've been seeing more nostalgia for that recently, and I think the catalyst of that was the reveal of the design of the playstation five, which for the record? I kinda like and the more I. See it and the more I think about it. I really like it because different. I'm a little bit over the Blackbox Jack I think we had a good fifteen years worth of just plain black boxes I was watching something recently where we saw the original xbox and we saw the original playstation. And I just thought man that was really from a time where people were really going for it in terms of design, and then when I saw the PS five, and I said to myself they really went for it, and I respect the hell out of it, and it is a white console not the grayish place one, but a very white kind of. Design where the center is the black box, it has the fins on the outside, and for years game. Companies have been trying to tell people to turn their consoles to face some upwards, and now Sony's kind of really cracking the whip on that saying no, you are putting this on your coffee table and it is standing up right deal with it. It is a conversation piece. See a lot of people that are really. kind of backing off against the it of the council, not being a black box and I could not disagree more with that because I think we're reaching a point where simplicity in design has made people board. And I think that we're going to some interesting places in I. Think the PS five might be a catalyst for that. You're seeing more and more computer screens that are becoming curved and having more interesting designs. I think the the folding phones that you've been seeing in. The curved phones might be part of that as well now. As everyone always said at e three when it came to game, consoles, remember e three everybody for the world ended. Number three. It is all about the Games. Now Jack for the first time with this console generation. I saw the xbox reveal. And I thought these games actually look already darn cool. I'd really never said that much. When it came to the Xbox of they just never had many games. That really caught my attention. and. There were a few. but then I saw the playstation five reveal in the number of games they had, and that's when I realized. Okay so. I have brought every playstation council up to this point. And I'm still definitely getting the PS five because. I could not say which one game. Caught my attention, because pretty much, all of the ring did. and. That says to me for a lot of this gaming generation. A lot of it has been so. Very active and I'm not one for active entertainment anymore I just don't have the mental bandwidth for it, but when I saw some of the Games. Where they didn't seem like these twenty thirty our journeys, a games not read Denver Them Shen have to take your trunk of your life to him. I was a little bit more receptive to what I was seeing from the PS five. And I think that. The PS four has been an incredible media device, and it has been I think that in the day and age that we're in people, give xbox a lot of crap for leaning into the idea of your gaming console, being immediate consumption device, but hey guess what we're all watching youtube and twitch enough flex on our game consoles now. We don't have a smart TV. That's what I have. On my kind yards and it's kind great. and. At the end of the day it will always be the games, and for the first time since the PS three era I'm really looking forward to the Games on the PS five. There were a number of them I can't even rattle them off one because my memory's bad and I didn't put them in my notes, but to there were like seven of them in the place that Lord of the Race Game Oh. That looks really cool I think I might act out check that out beyond just looking at the twitch streams of or just looking at were comes up on Youtube. I might actually by the game. Some of them weren't even the full sixty dollars, and that's awesome. That's even better. Because yet, games are expensive. On all sides. And the graphics iron say show game multitude freezing for. Sony being daring enough to do something different with the design of the consul, for the number of games that looked rather interesting and just the fact that four. KTV's are not that expensive anymore. just even a couple of years ago, they were kind of absurd for your budget, but during the quarantine I saw that a four K. TV was under three hundred dollars and was like. Well who when you put it that way. Yeah. You know definitely maybe I might be willing to make the jump then and with the PS five looming. Unfortunately, we still don't know the price. Something tells me that might be a problem because it's looking like the PS. Five might be a little bit more expensive than some of those four K. TV's. That might be a problem, but we'll see. But I like what I see from the PS five. Jack I really really too so I I. Agree with you. It looks good I don't understand the box being you know. An issue I mean why the box has to be the precedent you know. I like as a Gamer when things look really cool. Even though I. Don't personally own one of those. Razer, keyboards. But. They look cool that they do do it tool. I think it's important to a Gamer that the stuff you own look. Cool you now like controllers. Look cool, I think it's time for the consoles to have a little bit of a makeover, so yeah, I would agree with you. And the graphics of everything showcased so far looks. Really promising. and have really interesting feelings about that the rings game. The future is feeling a little break.
"k. tv" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast
"We'll stretch right, but they're still. Okay, there's still Denham. They're just manufactured in such a way that the that denim stretches a little bit. That does not give you the right to accuse being. Just because my pants are little close. Appearing Denim, and also stretching a bit to. Accusations. That I am wearing jennings. Okay jogging ings are tights that look like jeans. My jeans are tight. And they stretch a little bit. They give those are two different things. Thank you. Close pants, not tight close paints close pants Oh my God. Final pick pick pick. A rough one. I'm just going to go with the one that just keeps popping back in Nintendo switch nintendo switch. Yeah, okay, I again! It's one of those I. Don't get okay. I don't get it now. When the kid had surgery when I was at the hospital bats. Kill Time. Okay, because the kids got a switch, but I don't get it because now it's evolved again, so we had like one of the early ones. Where had the controllers that came up now? It's one piece. Now. It's just a the PS. Appear whatever the. You know the IT's a tablet with controlers built in the side, yeah. I don't I. Don't get it I didn't like an shut up Ryan with animals. I was just getting ready to say I didn't like animal crossing on the we? Why do I wanNA play on something portable now? I want to say things about animal crossing. But it has entirely to. Animal crossing has a fervent. And Rowdy base. Of people with strong opinions who will not be, swayed, off of those opinions. And so I will keep my opinions to sell. There's no need. To kick that Hornets Nest at all. Not even a little bit all. So. All right so that's five apiece switch. Nintendo switch. Okay so. Now we've got to figure out what we just. Did? What the Hell we just did so let's Suss it out all right. Okay. Let's let's breakdown. We're going to Suss it out. We're going to figure out what our packages now all right. You ready all right we got. K. TV commercials four kids, the nineties all right case, a ninety.
"k. tv" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"This is followed by type. Script at sixty seven point one percent while python has dropped to third place quoting techrepublic. There aren't many surprises here. As much of the top ranking languages frameworks and tools remained the same twenty twenty one upset however comes in the decreasing popularity of Python which dropped to third in the rankings for most popular language behind. Top-ranked rust now in its fifth year as leader and newly minted second-place type script which pushed python down a spot. Vba Objective C and Perl are the most hated. Languages which stack overflow notes are currently highly used but the developers coating with them have quote no interest in continuing to do so and quote. Java script remains the most commonly used language for the eighth year in a row J. Query is still at the top of the frameworks lists and the same goes for my sequel. Database is ninety two percent of respondents. Said they were working at least part-time sixty five percents are satisfied with their jobs and eighty-three percent aren't interested in leaving their current positions. So it may be difficult for companies in need of developers to attract new talent and quote although one big caveat around that this survey was conducted in February so this reflects largely a pre pandemic world speaking of the before times remember. Cbs remember conferences. Expos remember leaving your house. Remember flat screen. Tv's and robots that replace the toilet paper roll for you remember laughter well despite lots of things getting delayed recently. Lg has largely stuck to its release plans for the four K. Tv's that we saw at CAS including the fifteen hundred dollar. Forty Eight Inch Four K. O. Lead TV that got a lot of attention at CS because it might actually be a beast that is still in the attainable range for some of us. Especially if you're a Gamer. The LG forty-eight is going on sale in the US in late. June and quoting and gadget. It is the first time. Lg has sold in lead in this size and it comes with features. That could make it perfect to rely on as a supersized gaming monitor with its small size and high resolution. Lg claims its Pixel density compares to a ninety six inch eight K. display like other twenty twenty four K. leads from LG. It includes videos G SINK TECH FOR TEAR free high frame rate. Pc gaming the website states. Free Sink support will arrive with a software update. It can handle up to one hundred twenty frames per second for k content using adobe vision or HDR ten plus it has enhanced audio return channels auto low latency mode and variable refresh rate. That should make it ready to deal with the XBOX series x an PS five this fall and quote. So there you go. We can still have some nice.
"k. tv" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Dollars that's true so I mean if you look back a few years flat screen TV's were enormously expensive when they first came out they were like yeah fifteen thousand dollars for like a pretty small one yeah well yeah so I'm in our house were always like one generation behind so like right now there's you know like all LED TV's I think or the big thing yeah OLED right yeah LEDs so we don't have an OLED we just have a regular LED TV but it's still four K. you know how much we paid for it five hundred Bucks see that's pretty good yeah they got paid around the same for mine as well so and it's fine yes fireworks array yeah even do you notice the difference if you look at them side by side sure but you're not when you have a living at home and you're watching it you know you don't have the fancy one right next to it is going on with that one you know so no so we were talking to someone in the office the other day about the quality of TV right you know kind of on the same topic and so they brought up a really good point a lot of broadcast TV is only done in ten eighty P. that's right that's right so a lot of these four K. TV's that you're buying you're not really seeing four K. pictures because the broadcast networks don't broadcast in four K. for the most part right wing cable providers up compares in satellite providers they down convert the the signal to be able to broadcast it more quickly and so by the time it gets to your TV it's not four K. anyway right so why spend yet again that now they've got eight K. TV cited a really yes like why why spend the money because you're unless you're watching programming that's like on a desk or something okay where you're getting it directly from the source if you're watching it over the air you're not getting that four K. Sonya so anyway I hope this helps you a little bit down on figuring out how to set up your home theater we're gonna be back with a whole lot more in just.
"k. tv" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"K. TV's are super thin edge to edge screen with no Basil yeah that's interesting they've also got vegan pork his that's where we're going with that vegan pork to get vegan pork which is is that and again that's I don't get the vegan pork thank your neck it's just it should just be imitation pork right it should just be taste I yet because it's not pork thank you it's fake he would you like some fake in that's awesome man how much fragen Jabba I'll take a Fagan burger well my lord yeah that's part of that's all the stuff you get a CS is it just the thing we used to be yet together right everybody still there yeah this RT TV's our new video game thing and now everything is broken off nights a video games got their own thing and they still have some the consul's stuff out there but now it's TV all by the we've got pork and you've got the the with the dolls you know kind of dolls and talking about over here and you've got this and then you've got that and don't worry he's like a toilet we here look at this is an ice box it does all of these things you've got a laundry you know the whole laundry set up now with the washer and dryer girl smart like oh my god it's not crazy three two three five three twenty four twenty three at G. advantage shows your Twitter really tweet at us love hearing from each and every one of you if you were in Illinois I guess what happened several marijuana dispensaries had to close their doors Monday in Illinois with some owners reporting strong demand causing a shortage of supplies and an exhausted staff Illinois started the legal sale of recreational cannabis on the first of the year on that day customers shelled out more than three million dollars and over five million dollars over two days Michigan made recreational marijuana legal on December first and took in more than three million dollars in the first two weeks of sales by the way Illinois and Michigan are two of the states in the newest study that if we had by moody's if we had a recession they're two of the four states that would suffer absolutely the most out of a recession you know Seattle I mean you know big cities like Seattle and and San Francisco and Los Angeles keep those states healthy even during bad times even place now like Phoenix you know and and Arizona that struggle during the last recession and was one of those states the economy so strong that even ever session came they're not going to collapse but Illinois in Michigan you guys are gonna need your weed as I was or trying to say three to three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show your Twitter feel free to tweet I may love here protects the program as well because your face getting hammered by everybody and loving it but he loves it would you say horrible things about somebody like Ricky Jr vase he laughs because he got the reaction he was hoping to get he'd rather get that reaction from you then a laugh.
"k. tv" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Delivering more than thirty three million pixels into perspective your typical four K. TV has by eight million pixels the looking glass factories taking pre orders for the A. K. holographic display estimated shipping sometime in the spring as far as cost you have to contact the company directly for that but considering some of their long war and displays because run six grand well the price tag is going to go way out in the first four K. TV available the U. S. was back in twenty twelve the cost twenty thousand dollars how may get a budget model for less than a yes in two hundred Bucks so the point being in technology you never really want to buy the first person all right much more calm right now or the V. R. N. A. R. headsets and you can get those through various companies and one of those is the magic leave one it's a headset and computer that can superimpose three D. images over real world objects and a lot of applications feels like architecture of manufacturing medical education maybe even some fun and now you can immerse yourself in music with Spotify this right here's how it works if you have a magic leave one and a Spotify premium account you can in your favorite artists albums or songs throughout your house you can virtually plays music wherever you want on walls tables and then you control with this magic leave one or another device like your phone so let's say you want jazz in the kitchen that's where your jazz music is and any complaints other playlists on your liver wall with album art or other images that you choose the magic leap one bundle start at two thousand three hundred.
"k. tv" Discussed on The HT Guys
"Sports the NFL offers our largest audience so being able to deliver a games in HD while at the same time continuing to serve the entire Fox sports audience with the best possible production value emphasizes our goal bringing fans as close as possible to the sports sports that they love a specific Roku devices with the forecast support include Roku Premier Roku premier plus roku streaming stick plus Raccoon Ultra Four K. TV models with the Roku os built-in so you're covered Britain I say here here's the fake news abortion technical specifications for the authenticated broadcast produced in ten eighty P but with high dynamic range and up converted to four K. Hd are so oh they're calling it for K. but it's not for kids. Ten Eighty P up converted mitee already does that Brayden but does the ten. ADP LIKE THE STANDARD HD broadcasts broadcasts allow for HDR or do they need to equivalent up convert to fourcade just to get the HD are in there and that's where I was going to say the only benefit to me is the HDR and that could make for a nicer looking picture and we've kind of been on record of saying that what if you were to put ten eighty P with hd our TV next to a four K. TV without hd are people are going to say the ten ADP TV. He is four K. so I think it's still a good thing but it's not really for K. Is that is kind of shady. Yeah all right and are you hang on. Sorry before we go so your point. I think I may have gloss over. It is the only way to get. HDR nowadays is in four K. because the ten eighty P doesn't support it is that's kind of what you were saying correct. I believe so I was a question but I think that's that's I trump and I think that's probably what they're hoping for that it does produce better picture and the only way to get that HDR's if they were to go into fourcade because no ten eighty P TV's have HDR and so I wonder if a TV that's a four K. TV for K. HDR Dr if it was still do HDR if it was ten eighty P that's a good question. I don't know anyway but a I mean either way they're also laying kind of the framework of the groundwork the foundation for getting it to four K. so when they can start producing and four K. it should just come out that way which hopefully hopefully that's a good sign yeah but yeah you're right this kind of failed but a fake news there. It's a step all right so this is great news for those of us who no longer use Tibo but if you're still using Tibo kind of a giant bummer confirms that.
"k. tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History
"What kind of cool a story about technology is that by the early early Nineteen Seventy S. You're starting to come up with these cool computerized tools that can be used to measure viewer response. You don't have to input letters. There's anymore. You can have a child watching a program like Sesame Street and holding this thing that kind of looks like a calculator and whenever they like anything that happens on screen the press a button and like the mother computer will measure the the exact time that they pressed the button and that response and then that information can be fed into a master spreadsheet and used to create a graph that shows not just when susie press that button but also rickie press that button to see which kids responded well like moment by moment to an entire program so yeah so oh. CDW uses the data to create sesame street. They use it very well to create the electric company so it makes sense that they're going to use this data to to create something. That is a science show. The most interesting study that they do. I find is the television like a research interest survey where they survey around four thousand children nationally ages again about eight to twelve twelve about what they're watching on TV in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and it's amazing turns out kids are watching a lot of happy days as they love wonder woman they're interested in you know little house on the prairie in the biotic man but one thing that is concerning to the viewer to people who are understanding the viewer responses is is that these kids are not really watching any science programming so in this period there are a number of sort of kind of science shows on air including one that is a pseudoscience show called in search of and in search for your listeners who don't know it is a show that is hosted by Leonard Nimoy who was Mr Spock in Star Trek and every week he has a serious look at scientific issue like it is felt by some scientist that bigfoot fall somewhere in this progressive charter man giant Hamad Um and related to but not like modern man according to this theory bigfoot would've pursued a course evolution separate but parallel to his human cousins and so what the survey done by c. t. w. shows is then nineteen seventy five which is when you have shows like Nova on air there were more kids leads who are watching in search of than over and so that's probably probably skewing what they're really thinking of science so that's like interesting that they find and that makes everyone very uncomfortable and very unhappy and it really propels this research because they say sort of. Oh Crud. We actually need to get a science show on air. Kids can watch spend two years doing research and then the research team hands the the information over to the writers at the same time they're also trying to develop and get information from particular communities rights they survey African American scientists and Latino scientists and they try to find a group of Asian American scientist interview as well to get a sense of what ways that people in those communities think that the science on scientists specifically on the shows should be represented so it's a three to one contact is a program. Yes put by put together together by committee it is I mean what else would you expect from the people who put together sesame street right you know they have this positive image of America and and I think thank everyone who joined H W in those years was very very young very idealistic. They really thought they were helping to make the automatic. They knew they were helping to make the world. A better place.
"k. tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History
"All right so ingrid to start us off. Tell us about why you're interested in this subject. What are you thinking about science on TV. I think think I've always been very interested in the public presentation of science. One of my earliest memories is being a kid. Remember how in the nineteen nineties everyone was obsessed by cloning like that was a big thing like Dolly the sheep was a big thing right yes and so I remember very vividly going to a lecture with with my mother and then we would go to science luxury were little because my mom was working on finishing her bachelors and she would take us and we would be allowed to sit in the back of these you know lectures but couldn't say anything. We just had to be quiet but I remember there. Was this one lecture about cloning and I was my mother said you can ask a question and I was like Oh. This is going to be great and I was like nine right. That's n deal yeah. It was a good deal right and so I remember the very end. I was really nervous but I got to ask the professor question and like I don't even remember what it was but the the thrill of being like Oh my God I can. I'm talking to a scientist about something and I think in some ways. It's it's that excitement that carried through to into this project. Basically it's this interest in sort of what about these spaces that recreate where our people can who knew nothing about science at all like you know little nine year old. Ingrid can go and talk to US scientists and be like Gee whiz. Mr Scientists what's up. That's amazing. I love it so okay before we talked. I guess I kind of took science and TV for granted. I mean now there are shows about everything baking in home renovation singing etcetera etcetera but science. TV started somewhere so who started it and well why so in the the the nineteen forty s and the nineteen fifties before public broadcasting exists the people who are putting these programs are on our commercial broadcasters right and they're driven by their own interests like namely to make money right and then to increase the public trust in what they're doing and so for for instance. You have a program that would run on. NBC called Mister Wizard and it was put on by NBC to show their viewers viewers that they could be a trustworthy station which was especially important after the quiz scandals of the late nineteen fifties where turned out that they were some people who had sort of played the odds l. legally chosen who's going to win and lose a certain you know episodes of the TV show in the Senate hearing room dramatic climax of the probe Picton Quiz Show Charles Van Doren wife from Potter poet Mark Van Doren are in the audience as committee chairman Senator Orrin Harris Open community and so then especially it was important for broadcast. NBC Lisa showed their audience that hey we care about people. You know we care about the education of future generations and we're doing. We're proving that to you by having a culture like Mister Wizard on watch Mr Wizard. That's what all the kids in the neighborhood call him because he shows them the magic and mystery three of science in everyday living besides mister wizard. Tell us where we're GONNA go. What shows are you going to walk us through today. So the shows I look at are the Johns Hopkins Science view which is very very first science program in the United States. I look at watch Mr Wizard which is the very well known own science program that errors in the United States Nova which is a game changer. I Love Nova. It really changes everything as a science series. I looked at three two one in contact which is a program that was put on by the same people who put on the Electric Company and Sesame Street which is Super Fun and Cosmo's which was put on my Carl Sagan. The very first science show is called the Johns Hopkins Science Review starts in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it is produced directed and written by Lynn Poole who is this sort of small slightly owlish guy who doesn't look like much but he actually has this extensive background and modern dance and Vaudeville Vaudeville and theater which was why he was hired by Johns Hopkins University in the nineteen forties us to be their public relations bureau and so he decides to help get this university national read. He's going to host a show. Oh that weekly looks different issues in science and specifically talks to different professors at the university who are professors of engineering and Medicine Edison and so it's kind of a nice way to display what's going on at Johns Hopkins University. The problem of water purification and the disposal of sewage is a problem The sanitary engineer takes care of four US and is a problem that keeps us in good health. The science of sanitary engineering is one which requires great skill and knowledge combining many different fields of time and so he has some cool guests on as well like like Verna von Braun who later becomes a host on Disney's programs about space and he's like a German like rocket scientist guy. Why and WHO's watching this show adults kids a mix? It might help us understand that the main gene folks who are watching television in the fifties are wealthy white women and there's been some studies done saying that a lot of these women might have had scientific training and so they they were they were reading a lot of books about science anyways the market for Popular Science paperbacks actually increases substantially in this period so you've got a lot of bored housewives at home basically and they're trying to do something and and Lynn poole figures that one thing that they might be interested in is having a show about science that they can in watching the evenings. He actually himself is very much a feminist. He has women on his staff his wife gray a pool helps him right the Johns Hopkins Science Review and one of the things that I really enjoyed researching the ways that they become this dynamic power couple early on on so again. It's an interesting show and again. It's mainly for the family but with a special focus on women and we can tell this because there are programs programs that are more feminine that are on air about the science of dish soap the science of training your dog the science ends of using jewels and like diamonds in industry and it's an interesting show aw because again in so much that they're using a lot of this these gendered subjects the talk about science they are doing so in a way that still respectful of women they have a lot of women who are scientists on the program and that's unusual for the time but again. I think a lot of that comes not from from and this is where I'm very careful to delineate. It's not because science was progressive in the nineteen fifties. It's not that scientists not progressive in the Nineteen Fifty S. It's because Lynn poole was progressive in the nineteen fifties and so the Johns Hopkins Science Review is a show that very much goes back back to this early vision of Ions about science being wonderful and specifically looking at the ways that science can help you out in in your daily life and that's a quality shared by the other charismatic host of the Science Program of the Era Don Herbert who runs a show called watch Mr Wizard and and mister wizard is a youngest guy kind of in his thirty S. He was a World War Two bomber pilot which there's something that the newspapers make a lot of fuss about they show pictures of him in his bomber jacket and Mister Wizard Word Don Herbert actually is the first celebrity scientist he's the first person who becomes a yeah well known for his role as actor playing scientist on TV and because of that get sort of called a personality around him Lynn poole cool who hosts the Johns Hopkins Science Review is a very interesting charismatic guy and he definitely hosts a program. He's the focus in the face of the program but he doesn't have have the same levels of adoration that Mister Wizard has in the nineteen fifties into the nineteen sixties Khuzdar but stay right here because I have a problem for you. I want you to turn on the light but before you do I want you to see if you can't estimate how long it takes from the time you flick the switch rich and to light comes on what's mister wizard apart. I mean aside from the bomber jacket which I love. Why.
"k. tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History
"Diss deletions a podcast powered by the Science History Institute. I'm one of your hosts Alexis Patrick and today. We're doing something a little bit different. We're talking to Ingrid ochre a historian of science and media. Nfl Oh here at the Science History Institute. I'm excited because the topic we're about to cover is pretty near and dear to my heart when I'm not hosting distillation shins. I'm the manager of public programs here at the Science History Institute. My whole job is figuring out how to talk to the public about science and that's what Ingrid and I are going. WanNa get into today. Why did TV station start. Doing science programming was behind this growing interest in the public presentation of science and probably most important to me. Why does it matter. We'll hear about how Ingrid I got interested in this topic. She'll tell me about being a child l. going to science lectures with her mother then she'll walk us through the earliest science shows from the Dawn of television the Johns Hopkins Science Review and watch Mr Wizard. She'll tell us how Nova came along in the nineteen seventies changed the landscape of science on TV and then she'll tell us about L. A. Team of idealistic people who wanted to change the world do children's television and how they brought us sesame street and three to one contact and finally she'll so tell us about that ICONEX scientists slash celebrity Carl Sagan and through it all we'll learn about how science is presented to the public and what that means about who gets to be science communicator..
"k. tv" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence
"To find a way to reconcile their particular religious interpretation and their desire not to be homophobic but I also think other other times it can be kind of a trap to get into this like nickel and diming like here's why I'm a person or like here's why it's not evil to be Queer and I think it's good if you decide to engage in that kind of discourse to have an exit strategy because at some point if someone is just not willing to listen to y you're a person or y your relationships have meaning and dignity and value then you could run yourself ragged trying to say like and again if we look at the original the era. I'm a person yeah that can feel really demeaning so yeah. I go back and forth on that not that I think it's a total waste of time. Just you can easily get sucked into like Oh God. The last fifteen years of my life have been spent arguing about my humanity with these people and I don't know if the letter writers parents are homophobic homophobic because they believe that's the correct interpretation of their faith or if they are homophobic and that is a convenient reason for homophobia and that is hard because I genuinely do think there are people in both camps and you don't always know which one is which some people are like boy sure like to to be able to have a reason to to put down and there are other people who are like. I will grab it any reason. Why can't put this homophobia down and it doesn't matter? I'm keeping keeping phobia so yeah but good luck. I think it is totally an understandable to let them know how made you feel and don't want the fact that they're in their early seventies. Make thank you feel like well. It's just my job to swallow stuff absolutely nothing to dish out whatever they want and congratulations on your marriage yeah that's wonderful and I'm so glad and now your parents don't have any sort of like I ken writes. I can the sonnet expression the hospital rules. The hospital hospital rules thank you. I will eventually have my brain back. Let's and on challenging but hopeful note about out you know hope for the future. What are the children doing. How do we collectively bind up. One another's wounds the subject is thirteen year olds. I gay crush dear dear prudence. My thirteen year old daughter just told me that she has a crush on a girl millie. This is obviously big news. It's not a big deal in our family which has several other LGBTQ BTU members. My worry is that my daughter wants to save the world and she told me that her crush has some concerning problems. MILLEY's coming out to her family has resulted in physical and emotional abuse. She has had bouts of self harm and probably an eating disorder a doe only daughter to think that my concerns about this potential relationship have anything to do with being gay as we live in the big south. I'm sorry the big south. My brain is not here all right. There's the big south new small south. We live in the the deep south so she's worried about acceptance but I have some real concerns. How do I support her. And how do I help her support milly without taking too much responsibility on for Malays mental health issues. My first question here is what is the nature of this physical abuse and is there someone one at the school who is a mandated reporter that you can report this to yeah. I wrote. CPS question mark at the top of my paper I used to work at a high school well and we had a called a cost referral who was like the coordination of services team an anyone could fill out a cost referral for a student apparent another student a teacher so I would find out if your school has something similar Um and what that does. In many schools is it sends that report to a team mm-hmm of professionals at the school who decide is this. A counseling need is a CPS need is this a nursing need an academic support need because those are going to be the group of adults who will have the tools to meet. Melly where she is yeah yeah if she's thirteen years old and she's being physically and emotionally abused for coming out That's a kid who needs a lot of help. She does not have a lot of resources. It's like she. Can you know drive away and like crash at a friend's ends house. It's not like she can go. Get A job and save up money like she is. A young teenager and physical abuse for queer kids is is really serious. I I think before you go to your kid and say like we can't save everybody. You actually need to step in and intervene as as a as an adult here I think so yeah I would say talk to the school guidance counselor. I think this stuff about filing different. Reports is excellent but but you need to make sure or that this kid is not that her abuse is not going totally ignored yeah because it's clearly it's manifesting in some pretty serious self harm harm yeah yeah. That's the serious red flag to me. This isn't just like a you know. She receives regular not repaired if therapy her parents are doing their best I with her. She's dealing with these ongoing issues but all the adults in her life are doing right by this is like this kid is in crisis right now. and I think this kind of self harm could seriously point towards like this is a significant cry for help. This means that she's slipping through the cracks. Something more serious could happen at any point and somebody who's an adult and who's responsible needs to intervene so that's your first priority beyond that you know talking to your kid about outweighs in which you can try to help and support somebody in crisis ways in which it's also okay to say you know. I cannot see this person all by myself. how do I find ways to also look after myself and make sure that I don't feel like I'm the only person standing in between this person disaster. That's really important stuff that you know. I think any kid kind of needs to learn especially. If your kid is of the type that's like when someone's going through a crisis their antenna kind of perk up like how can help because it's a really good instinct and and it can also sometimes result in your kid running themselves ragged trying to fix everybody and so that's a really good opportunity to like both affirm that as a lovely quality in her and also to talk about what are some reasonable limits. I agree. I think it's a great time for thirteen is great time for the sex. Ed Conversation about what is a healthy relationship. Asian ship look like whether that's a friendship or romantic relationship with her boundaries. and I wrote down to book recommendations their Middle Grade novels levels both are about protagonists who have someone in their life with depression end so eleven twelve thirteen year olds wrestling with how do I love and support with this person I care about who is also dealing with serious mental illness. I'm one is called nest by Esther Ehrlich and the other is the science of breakable things by take Heller great names. Yeah Yeah Yeah I I love that idea and then I think beyond that your kid is also thirteen so it's not like she can go like drive arrive off and get a motel room with millie so I think having these conversations will be great but beyond that. I don't think you need to do a lot right now. Aside live from the stuff about reporting this just because any dates that they would potentially go on would probably be you'd have to drive them. You know you would be involved so it does not sound like you don't say like my daughter's losing sleep or you know. MILLEY's runaway in his trying to spend the night here ear or or you know I like found them like running off to the big city together so I think mostly the things that you should be concerning yourself with are making making reports and then also talking to your daughter a lot about how can we be helpful to me. How can we also take care of ourselves. Take a little space. Make sure that you don't feel like it's your job. You know we have responsibilities as concerned outsiders in this situation but it is not your were sold job to fix milly with your love and to make her life perfect. Here's what we can do. Here's what we can't yeah. I think it would also be worth a conversation about millie only self harm and eating disorder yeah yeah tell your kid that like Germany questions about that Is there something that we could read together together to learn more about like what that's like or why people do that to kind of demystify some of it Did you have any other thoughts about how that conversation would go or I just I remember those kinds of things I felt like we're kind of a wildfire in eighth and ninth grade which is around the age that the letter writers daughter is and so just just having a conversation of yet demystifying talking about what that represents and what are some healthier coping mechanisms for dealing with the kind of pain yeah yeah. I think all that's going to be really really useful because I think the thing that you sort of want to protect your kid from which is like a lifetime of like having a big old heart and often responding to vulnerability ability with like big hard is that's probably going to be a part of your kids character for a big chunk of her life so I think you can encourage her to develop tools to kind of make sure that she also looks after herself but you know it's. I think it's kind of hard like when you start to identify like Oh. I think this is is going to be the thing that sometimes makes life hard for you. You can't wish that away. You can't discipline it away. Your kid will probably always have a certain big big response to like. Oh no you're not doing well. Let me help so rather than like. How do I make sure my kid never goes down that path or never falls for you. No trouble brooding sensitive types who are in trouble that might just be the type of person. They're often drawn to so rather than worrying about like how do redirect to like look at that person who's just totally got their stuff together and is treated really well. Why don't you fall in love with them. Instead like that won't get you really many places says but I think what you can do is talk about like you know. What do you feel drawn to hear. What you feel like you're the limits of what you can and can't do. How is your parent be helpful. What are impractical useful reminders for you about like maintaining your other interests getting enough sleep talking the other friends etcetera etcetera without like signaling. I'm freaked freaked out about this. I want you to get over this. I want you to like somebody whose life is easy and simple that will make your kid feel like a ha type of dive straight into Romeo and Juliet style stuff yeah. Does that make sense yeah. You can't stop who could from wanting what they want yeah you can. Maybe give them some tools to want it in a healthy way yeah. I think that's a really good point and you know good luck. I hope that filing this report helps Millie I hope hope that somebody is prioritising her safety elps. She's able to go somewhere where she's not harmed for being gay I hope that this produces good good positive safe results for her. I agree and congratulations on having a daughter feels comfortable coming out to you yeah yeah. That's really like that. Part really warms warms my heart. Even though the problems of the young kids are really stressful and difficult and painful I also just feel amazed that like at eleven twelve and thirteen they're already out to some family members and receiving some forms of support that just like who it's hard to imagine yeah a world has changed yeah..
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"App is named TV, the future of TV TV TV we have a new challenger approaching. Of course, there is another media conglomerate which is working on their own streaming service. One media who we have been talking about a little bit of loss couple of weeks does a report from the Hollywood reporter that won a meteor is preparing to launch streaming service at their own in case you need a refresh. So some of the services and all content kooky included in this hatred TBS contin network properties from the DC universe. Hannam Abera cotton's Sesame Street because HBO had the right success street. And even one above is movies, which includes stuff like the Harry Potter franchise. I was thinking about this one Jason because I I was kind of like, all right. But then I started thinking about some of the properties that wanna actually own. And it's like, I think we may be times give them the same credit. We could give Disney. Right, right. Even just Harry Potter so mandating are currently watching the Harry Potter movies. She's never seen them. Never the books. So it watching them all and isn't watching them. Somebody read the books in wash, moose, loved the movies, but I was like, this would be a really good TV show. Instead I know right where they could actually tell the stories because like we watched goblet of fire and she's like, why don't we get to see what everybody else is doing l. because you did in the book, but it just is not enough time in movies to tell the whole story's got it will be a really good like seven series TV show ri- on HBO boy, that would be good. So our or on the Warner media streaming service with interesting here is that basically they're feeling like HBO now is successful and they don't want to upset that. So they'll they're going to keep that going, but they want to build this this broader streaming service that encompasses all their content. I look at that and think, okay, I guess it kind of makes sense. But in the long run, I am not sure HBO now make sense on its own that you you you at some point. You probably just want everybody to how they're trying to not bone bridges, which is proper. Good. Good move right in the long run one streaming service because I get the also want to increase the content at HBO. But at some point like this is if this is not if this is a super set, it's everything that HBO does and is going to do plus other stuff than than at that point. It doesn't make sense now, maybe HBO and this service are different in some way and that is that would be different..