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"kara swisher" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

04:42 min | Last month

"kara swisher" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"And i know how much like you know what we do is really affected by what. Cnn is doing like if we look over and it's like a weight. Cnn is taking that speech me. We should take this feature. They left it. Maybe we should leave it. Doesn't it's not determinative but it's definitely like everyone understands what the competition is doing on these on these calls. It seems to me like that's more. Actually what's happening. Is they want to do it. They kinda wanna do it. They're like tired of this asshole. Essentially like finally we have a reason to kick him up and it's very. It's fraught to do that. It would have been fraught if this happened a couple months ago they would have done it also like it didn't it wasn't 'cause it was a last minute it was. It was the bridge too far for them. Even though so many of these bridges were just horrendous. What trump was doing. And i think one of the things. It's really hard for people to grow especially in washington. They tend to lump the expression. Big tech. i don't even understand the word. Big tech because the issues around amazon are very different than the issues around apple. Which are very different issues around google and very different from facebook and so with apple. You have an app store issue. That could be fixed by regulation or some sort of rulemaking or something very easily fixed probably With amazon. there's a bigger issue around. Antitrust is running a marketplace and also selling on that marketplace. That's the problem also. Aws should it be separate or in its own company. That's that was the. That's the thing that i mean the fact that we had a we had a podcast about amazon. I mean when you think of the scale of their power people think they should push it off. That has actually. Many people is true off. Yeah it would be good for amazon to by the way he'd be. Jeff bezos will be a double is rich. That's what's incredible is if they spun it off your spun it off into its own company. It would be the one of the biggest companies in the world. I think at this point plus plus let me say any owns the washington post which has nothing to do with it but has everything to do it in the minds of people in washington. Right right exactly and again. It's like it's one of these annoying situations like worse person. You know makes a good point that onion headline but it's like it's you know when when when people on the right point to the fact that bazo zones washington post like you know again the washing buzzes incredible newspaper and i have unbelievable trust for them but like that's him by that out of goodness of you know like and you know they've done tough reporting the did a thing about his house that i was like hats off to you for doing it. But it's like yeah. Does that make everyone in that newsroom..

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interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot And Sway podcasts, co-founder Of Recode

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:23 min | 2 months ago

interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot And Sway podcasts, co-founder Of Recode

"Hey everyone it's carly today. Cara swisher joins me on skimmed from the couch. She has been called. The most feared an well liked journalists in silicon valley cara has been covering the tech world for decades and is also the co founder of the site. Recode she's currently the host of to podcasts. Sway pit cara. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you there's no couch. though that's true well welcome from my kitchen. First question we ask everybody. Skim your resume. I'm really old. You really want my resume okay. I went to georgetown. University went to columbia journalism school. I worked for lots of people in very low level. Jobs like delivering mail at the washington. Post being assistant people return type people. And then i got an internship the washington post which i then got hired from and i were there and then worked at the wall. Street journal wrote a book during the nineties about The beginnings of the internet Which nobody was paying attention to. And then i worked for the journal. For many years doing a wide range of things beat reporting columns and then i started sort of an entrepreneurial activity inside the journal which was a conference and then a new website blog. Essentially i started their first real blog effort which was all things d and then i left and got investments and started recode sold that to vox media and then i now also hosts i started doing podcasting about five six years ago early on and then shifted a lot to that and writing for the new york times and doing a podcast but i also do a pint yesterday new york magazine too so i do podcasting and writing now and events but events now with copen said say you're pretty busy. What if something that people don't know about you that they'd be surprised. I spent a lot of time with my family. I mean i'm really busy. I make a lot of content. I four five podcasts. A week major podcasts. A week and i'll read column every week. And so i work a lot. But i actually spent a lotta time with my family and i just had another child a little girl so i spent a lot more time with my family and i think people would imagine given how much content iming congratulations on the new baby. So before we dive into your career. I want to go back and stand a little bit about where you came from. Which is what was little like the same the same the same the same. I mean. I think i had a very strong personality from the get. Go as a especially as a girl where people want you to shut up. Essentially i didn't shut up very much. I had a nickname tempestuous. My family's italian. Which is i think it's a compliment. They meant as a compliment. But i would always sort of upend things to if i didn't like them. I did very well in grammar school. I was considered very very smart. Read very early. People caught up with me pretty quickly. But i always knew what i wanted. You get that from your parents know. My dad died when i was really little. He was very sweet actually had a very sweet personality. My mom no. I don't think so. I think my mom talks in shades a lot. She doesn't say what she means. A lot of the time. And i was very forthright. I don't wanna make you can't make sort of like italians are loud but we are a very in your face family so we say what we think but i think my mom talks more and as most people do they say things that that's not what they mean and much more. I say exactly what. I mean when i say something so i don't know how i got it i just did. When did you realize he wanted to be a journalist. Not for a while. actually i was. I went to the school. Ford service at georgetown which is for diplomats and spies essentially it. So i wanted to go into the military. My dad was in the military. And i wanted to serve but i wanted to do and everything else that i didn't because i was gay it i it was illegal and that it was. Don't ask don't tell which was even worse in some weird way which is just sort of separate but equal kind of thing though. That was much worse but it still wasn't it was not it was civil rights violation. I think of gay people. So i didn't want to serve by lying like keeping it to myself. I thought that was stupid. And so i never served and by the time they sort of ended. I was too old. I was going to serve in the reserves. But i i just didn't want to just lie and i was like this is ridiculous and so i would have had a career. I suspected military appropriate running the right now but being fired by trump at this moment. But i want it to be in military intelligence or in the cia some in some fashion to be an analyst. And which is what i do. Anyway on a analyze and try to find out information in an opinion about

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Interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot and Sway podcasts, co-founder of Recode

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:23 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot and Sway podcasts, co-founder of Recode

"Hey everyone it's carly today. Cara swisher joins me on skimmed from the couch. She has been called. The most feared an well liked journalists in silicon valley cara has been covering the tech world for decades and is also the co founder of the site. Recode she's currently the host of to podcasts. Sway pit cara. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you there's no couch. though that's true well welcome from my kitchen. First question we ask everybody. Skim your resume. I'm really old. You really want my resume okay. I went to georgetown. University went to columbia journalism school. I worked for lots of people in very low level. Jobs like delivering mail at the washington. Post being assistant people return type people. And then i got an internship the washington post which i then got hired from and i were there and then worked at the wall. Street journal wrote a book during the nineties about The beginnings of the internet Which nobody was paying attention to. And then i worked for the journal. For many years doing a wide range of things beat reporting columns and then i started sort of an entrepreneurial activity inside the journal which was a conference and then a new website blog. Essentially i started their first real blog effort which was all things d and then i left and got investments and started recode sold that to vox media and then i now also hosts i started doing podcasting about five six years ago early on and then shifted a lot to that and writing for the new york times and doing a podcast but i also do a pint yesterday new york magazine too so i do podcasting and writing now and events but events now with copen said say you're pretty busy. What if something that people don't know about you that they'd be surprised. I spent a lot of time with my family. I mean i'm really busy. I make a lot of content. I four five podcasts. A week major podcasts. A week and i'll read column every week. And so i work a lot. But i actually spent a lotta time with my family and i just had another child a little girl so i spent a lot more time with my family and i think people would imagine given how much content iming congratulations on the new baby. So before we dive into your career. I want to go back and stand a little bit about where you came from. Which is what was little like the same the same the same the same. I mean. I think i had a very strong personality from the get. Go as a especially as a girl where people want you to shut up. Essentially i didn't shut up very much. I had a nickname tempestuous. My family's italian. Which is i think it's a compliment. They meant as a compliment. But i would always sort of upend things to if i didn't like them. I did very well in grammar school. I was considered very very smart. Read very early. People caught up with me pretty quickly. But i always knew what i wanted. You get that from your parents know. My dad died when i was really little. He was very sweet actually had a very sweet personality. My mom no. I don't think so. I think my mom talks in shades a lot. She doesn't say what she means. A lot of the time. And i was very forthright. I don't wanna make you can't make sort of like italians are loud but we are a very in your face family so we say what we think but i think my mom talks more and as most people do they say things that that's not what they mean and much more. I say exactly what. I mean when i say something so i don't know how i got it i just did. When did you realize he wanted to be a journalist. Not for a while. actually i was. I went to the school. Ford service at georgetown which is for diplomats and spies essentially it. So i wanted to go into the military. My dad was in the military. And i wanted to serve but i wanted to do and everything else that i didn't because i was gay it i it was illegal and that it was. Don't ask don't tell which was even worse in some weird way which is just sort of separate but equal kind of thing though. That was much worse but it still wasn't it was not it was civil rights violation. I think of gay people. So i didn't want to serve by lying like keeping it to myself. I thought that was stupid. And so i never served and by the time they sort of ended. I was too old. I was going to serve in the reserves. But i i just didn't want to just lie and i was like this is ridiculous and so i would have had a career. I suspected military appropriate running the right now but being fired by trump at this moment. But i want it to be in military intelligence or in the cia some in some fashion to be an analyst. And which is what i do. Anyway on a analyze and try to find out information in an opinion about

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The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

podnews

02:52 min | 3 months ago

The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy

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"kara swisher" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on podnews

"The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net. This is Cara Swisher and you found sway the new interview program from New York Times opinion yes Kara Swisher. is to host a new opinion podcast or is it a new opinion program? Anyway. snood. From New York Times opinion audio and it's all about power and holding those who have it accountable sway is to be released on. Monday, September. Twenty first. podcast host aren't nineteen has launched aren't thousand, nine, hundred media content and direct sales division. They've launched a comedy co OP podcast network called misfit toys a set of comedy podcasts curated by Jimmy Pardo. Actually, flowers of Crime Jonky has launched a number of new shows in her audio chuck podcast network including counterclockwise returns for new season Helen Saltzman. Off of the illusionist is profiled in Timber Media Today Antares audio technologies has made a set of their plug INS available for a monthly subscription, a de Esa, a microphone model. And an aspiration noise processor are all included add my podcast has just added new services podcast statics and the podcast index. The service ADS shows to a set of podcast directories automatically and policy wants to play podcast lover. Bingo you can download your Bingo card today from link in our newsletter and our show notes and thank you to our latest gold supporter pods page pod page. Dot Com is a new service that lets you build a podcast website in less than five minutes you've helped us to enable Ip six connections on Pod News for jobs and events. Raise said nobody at all. Anyway, you should be like them at news dot net slash support. And podcast news. What was that like a podcast sharing personal experiences has to firsthand stories from the attacks on the World Trade Center, which occurred one, thousand, nine years ago today a worker in one of the buildings and a New York City firefighter. Crisis Clergy Abuse in the Catholic Church focuses on systemic problem that has plagued modern church for at least seventy years with engaging interviews and high quality editing launches. Today death lies and cyanide calls itself. India's first true crime podcast. It's produced by Asia Ville and spotify exclusive telling the unnerving story of the Affable Jolly Joseph the main suspect in careless mysterious cyanide murder of two, thousand, nine, hundred. And lead united is back in the Premier League to the delight of anybody wanting a quiet shop in the beast and being Q. on match day or indeed the care just next to the sixty two and six to one interchange. Ask us how we know anyway doing a Leeds is a new podcast with former lead united striker. Jermaine Beckford and actor and Fan Matthew Lewis Matthew stuck in Florida. The. Best Place, if you're a lead supporter and that's the latest from newsletter subscribe at Pardon New Start Net..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"What if if it takes hold? Sometimes it actually takes an old white guy to. An trying. Is there anybody else? Oh, there's lots of people sure. My baby is helping us through the pandemic. Because of I have two wonderful suns, obviously the most important thing in my life, but I have really great. Sons who are teens We now have this this young daughter at this baby, seven seven and a half months old and I have to tell you. I wrote a column about it last Sunday and people really liked it. It really did it. It is unifying us in a way that's been through this tragedy for a lot of people in for all of us for all. Americans and all people all around the world. Globally this is a big tragedy but pandemic, but it's really been nice to be able to make connections with family that are stronger, and in my neighborhood was really nice. I read about I, said I write about digital all the time, and how digital is taking over our lives, but I have I recently. I've met my neighbors. You know what I mean I'm hanging outside. There's nothing there's nothing to do. Because a lot of the stuff that that Russia's you life a lot. A lot of which is technology oriented is sort of on hold on. It's been. One of the few joys of this period of time. Yeah shout, neighbors, neighbors are. My game and Bruce who keep having parties until four o'clock in the morning why? is now. It's a Saturday. Lesbians, who like who doesn't WANNA party at four o'clock I. Know like you go over and give them the lesbian look in everything. fucking lutely I mean Schumer the lesbian do not humorless. Humor comics are the most humorless lesbians you will ever running. That he's. Being Gay Guy Oh God. We're care I can't believe. We hit the absolute most. Contentious part of the interview already. Different. Yes. Time. To talk with you..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Ended the reaction to it is very different, and in our country decided. Deaths are okay. We're okay with that with certain with a certain level of death, and that's very keeping with brand USA because that's the thing. That's the same thing we do around guns like. Special Die, but were good with it same thing here. Yeah, people die, but you know what I'd like to swim in Lake of the ozarks drink. A beer. Okay, you know and give someone possibly a virus. Certainly I mean it has implications for. My whole field that are really interesting. Yeah! Yeah can't travel and live performance I think is. Yeah. That's not gonNA. Be where people well maybe were some people. You know flood back into theaters, but the you want to I'm not going to be the person that does that, and so I think it's GonNa mean a big pivot in terms of. What I do for living and I also am in a privileged position where like I? I have some options about what that might look like, but it is wild to think about Oh. This whole field exists for a while and I don't think I'm the field. That's true. People have trained, and it's just not. That's not a job radio and that's that's a pretty interesting development I've never. I've never experienced that. Before in my life I. I also curious because you know earlier in this conversation. You're talking about Nancy. Pelosi you're you're like Nancy. I'm aware. I'm sorry. No, he's. Woman She's not congress where I'm going okay. She is my congresswoman, so I'm just saying. For everyone in the everyone in the air constituency can talk to her. I. AM imagining from that. Just from that one moment that. Your, Rolodex of people people as a ROLODEX. Your context on your iphone are pretty extensive. Do you know the president? Is Somebody the yeah. I've met him, but now I know a lot of people around for sure. Yeah, no, I don't know. I didn't view President Obama and know him. I I know a lot of pretty big political figures on both sides of the aisle. Actually I try to engage with a with a bunch of I was hoping to interview Josh Holly This Week for example around because he's a big on. He's a big proponent of stopping twitter, but I still want to talk to him about it because I. Think he's an interesting person, not unintelligent. You know what I mean he has. To say that's why that's. That's why I'm asking because. I think for most people who I mean. For almost for we can just say hundred percent of the people who are upset by the tweets the that are coming from the White, house or from the president. We don't know the people around him, and I have no idea what it would be like to. Have the sort of reflections that you have and then have the sort of access that you have. It feels like it would be. I'm not saying just to him but I just any. I've been to the White House that trump I know some one of his staffers I knew very well worked at Microsoft, so I've met like a lot of people in the administration and I do spend a lot of time talking to senators and Congressmen. Because of all this legislation, it was moving forward to legislate some tech issues around privacy data all kinds of stuff and so I've been very. I happen to be living in DC right now because my kids are here. So think that's just a different vibe. For me, this is a faceless, I mean I know what his face looks like, but he's not a percent to me, and so are so many of the people who who throughout this pandemic I've disagreed with. These are not people. I can imagine it must be very shortly. They are rub to me. That's what I mean like. They're not people that I know. AVATARS that I've seen. It's a very short seton because there used to be much more even though there was partisanship, there is you would I started off my career one of my early career. I covered parties for the Washington. Post Washington parties, and so they would send young reporters. Go to this party and get some quotes from Senator ding-dong, whoever was there and so you go to these parties in all these events whatever party event or whatever, and there is tons of them all the time in Washington and it operated on a much more bipartisan basis after hours. You know what I mean like in so I got a really big glimpse into how things actually happen versus right now where everything is out, everything now is not done that way. There isn't that sort of. Getting together talking to each other behind the scenes in it's much more everything's on twitter, and so everything has become explicit now which makes it worse 'cause nobody can honestly have a discussion pulsa someone aside and say we have to get this done for the American people. What can you give on? What can I give on that? Doesn't that seems to be gone now? But I remember covering it at the time and I was fascinated by the behind the scenes versus the in front of the scenes. They yell at each other and then behind the scenes they'd have drinks and they'd be like. I thought they hated each other. Of course, we don't right you know, but now trump is made that explicit, and there is there now. Really is a Fisher between Republicans Democrats different people. You know can't talk to each other anymore. And so become. That's why twitter, so important is right..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:21 min | 8 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"This was an ad about it. I hear what you're saying. You are also a very successful person and you have. Run in some like? I hang out pretty important circle. Yeah, and so my question is if you're queer person who has who has this anger in this sense of justice? I think many of our of my listeners would probably wonder. How you get to be in the circles because I think anytime, you're merchandised person. It's related to what you were just talking about target or marginalize person. The thing that people tell you is like chill-out so that you can be part of the circles. So, what is your experience I say? I think you should do that at all I think I think that. I don't know I. Have I have an idea of writing? A book called no as a complete sentence. You know what I mean like you. Can actually you know I? Feel like people do not articulate what they want very clearly I, think they tend to compromise themselves. Compromise you know Evans. Like what's your secret to interviews a really good interview? I do a lot of batteries. I'm like I. ASK IS IN MY head I. don't worry if they're gonna like me next I. Don't worry. If of I'M GONNA. Get in again. I. Don't worry. Worry at all. It seems the more you do that. The more successful I am which is really interesting, so I'll ask the hard questions. I don't care if I talk to them again, but I ended up talking to them again. You know what I mean because I think to my mind. People Really Smart People like smart questions. They like people that don't hold back. They like people that are genuine, and so what I tend to do is say my mind and it I'm not rude. There's a difference between being rude and being like now. You can't do that or you mustn't do that and I think every time in my life where I've said no It's always worked out and I think a lot of people don't like using. Yes is a good word to yes. I'll do that. I'll go I'll try new experiences guy but I. don't think especially women don't use the word. Know enough like neck. You know like when I when I. Just thinking about salaries stuff anytime I've negotiated salaries that for example You have to know your your leverage. Of course you have to know you have to be able to walk. But, I was negotiate with someone in there like come on, just take a little less than will go out and be friends. I go I'm not your fucking friend. Give me the money like they were like Oh. Why would you imagine we're friends? I were here, right? We're not your friend. I don't want to get along with you. I would really like the money. That's what I want you know and then we could be friends if you'd like to. That's fine, and has there been a moment that this. This hasn't worked next like overall strategy. Now this works for you. This has yes stoically always worked for always works always works. It's really interesting because you know I think I have level of charm, I think that I used when I do interviews and things like that and I I'm also can be very funny like when I am not funny, but but but I'm pretty funny. In interviews, people are surprised and so one of the things that I was feeling after. Be Really prepared. You gotTa know your stuff. And then you have to ask the. Question everybody wants to know what's on your brain, but I tend not to be I tend not to be rude. I tend to be forthright. In what I mean there's a difference between the two and I. Tend not to be tend to be tough, unfair, but not snarky and cheap shots. You know what I mean there's there's a big difference in some people. Don't toe that line very easily. So I think it doesn't really. It hasn't so far so good in terms, and I'm pretty old. Insane. Saying those things and I think the same thing has happened like when I when I got married way earlier than other people did the gay marriage thing although. I always joke that. Only young gay people wanted to get married in going into the military. But but they. I gaping really early and it was like you can't do that I'm like yes, I can. I'm going to do it. Why would that Aurora had kids? Than other people I just had another baby I had a lot of people like your old why? You can't have a baby. I'm like yeah I can fuck you like that's what I want and so I, think I think a cop, a judicious combination of yes, and no is. Critically important to success. Along with putting I mean i. hear everything you're saying. I also think about the moment like the actual week in the US in speaking and how? You, know your education. Whiteness how all of that plays into, you're talking about and. When you talk to because I know you. Oh, you're. Clear that. Can't do that like absolutely. Would you say to those people like I? Just feel like you're such. A successful Parsi I gotta be something either people do not have I. Mean I have have have less advantages that a white guy less more advantages than you know what I mean. It's in Sacramento. These things very easily like I have more advantages advantages because I have a successful career and things like that. I know I can call people I know I've created. Created a network over the years. I think the difficulty I can't even underscore like the reason why I can be like that because I think about people like a younger on Syria or someone in Minnesota. That's caught it with policing that his brutal. They don't have choices that I have and so when I think about my choices. I'm like they don't. They don't actually have choices I. Actually have choices, and that's what I'm talking about when I make decisions my decisions. Everyone in. In better that have relatively good lives. states have a lot more choices than they think they just for some reason. They don't think if you if you contrast to people who don't like that when you're in a situation I, don't even I. don't even I can't even begin to speak for people live in those neighborhoods Minnesota, I, think the. Or anywhere it's not just Minnesota's everywhere. I think one is to have allies like May and others speak out. Obviously, that's one thing, but that's not going to solve the problem. I think elections voting organizing the basic things that you know people like Alexander Cossio Cortez in many others talk about is what's critical is to seize power and hold it and hold the power. To allow some change and be part of knowledge that it isn't going to happen as quickly as you want to end it. Isn't you know when you look at what's happening in Minnesota. And you think about the civil rights era, and all those people sacrifice. It doesn't feel like you've made much progress, right? Or the progress has gone underground or when you see, we thought that their white supremacy was over, but it's not right. It's not it's sort of rears its ugly head. Now it's living in the White House it can be disheartening. So. I don't quite know what to say except it is disheartening and he still have to get up and try to change it. I don't know any other way except moving forward pushing you now. Again I'll angels in America. The world always fins forward I think it happened with gay rights. Right?.

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"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Maybe forgive, but do not forget that is. Never forget yeah, they were. Like no I'm not sure I'M GONNA. Do either of those things You know I think there is there is a real value in anger I, think especially right now. I think some of this happening. Minnesota know there's always this. These people are like well. That's injustice, but they shouldn't like trash target. I'm like. Why are those even on the same scale like? Let's get social justice part with that leads to them trashing the target, which if that's the least of our damage for what has happened is really quite a. it's really I. Always love that, but I've been watching the news today. It's like you know this. Is this people this many black people and killed on video you know. But They ruined this pizza joint and this poor guy who works at I'm like I. Feel Bad for that Guy, but seriously getting like. So, I think forgiveness is fine I. Just think you can't let people off the hook and that's my whole career is not letting people off the hook. I do for a little bit. I think for me. I'm trying to figure out you know. How much anger is useful like you said as motivator, and how much anger just hurts me. You know so. That's the that's the part that I'm curious about healing, not somebody else's right shit like they can deal with their own stuff out once so just being tough on people like I, my mom and I've been very tough on her. I had children so I. I don't even tolerate it, but even when I was younger when she would buy better presents for my brother's girlfriend's I'd be like you need to take them all back. Nickel they're not equal presence. You need to do equal presence and ED. She was sometimes when she do something Nice, that was sort of not pro gay, but just decent. She's like see I. can be nice I'm like you don't get praised for doing the normal thing like sorry to appraise and she's like that's not very nice. I said I don't negotiate with terrorists, so it's fine. There's a new podcast from Travel and leisure that explores how travel can be transformative, enriching inspirational, even the face of adversity. It's called. Let's go together and it's hosted by an influential black woman in the travel, adventurous based journalist and television host Kelly Ed Mertz Kelly will talk to a diverse group of travelers were determined to inspire others to travel the world from a quadriplegic who climbed much up. Choose the gay couple who brought their pride flag to every national park..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

06:34 min | 8 months ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"And how direct the sentiments are, and just how direct sentiments are I think that? It. You know it's just really interesting to think about your role. As a technology reporter out. And and that now you are going to be important in. participating in the civil rights movement like that's a way because of how he has used twitter. Yeah, that's very interesting technology. Now everything for us like look through his Mandak. It's become. You know whether you're talking about facial recognition, which is all about civil rights with privacy data collection? You're right to your data at all these issues. That technology for years I've been writing about the intersection of technology with everything whether it's sports whether it's entertainment, and suddenly were watching everything, and there's no more movie theaters or Amazon's prevailing, and there's no more main street although they had been happening for a long time, prams on so everything, tech touches has societal implications. It's like the television or radio or the Telegraph they they're not just technologies they are society changes. The car is technology. It changed our country drastically by allowing people to leave small towns in Dosa morale's if Every technology has societal implications whether it's the cotton gin whether it's the manufacturing the printing press so. That's how I look at it. Yeah that makes a ton of says I think it's also. One thing I'm thinking about is If. He is defeated for reelection that. Twitter could become. Interesting space in a different way because right now. The White House and The state of political power in this country co-signing what he's saying on his personal account if he doesn't win reelection that could be a place that. Folks go to like it could get more extreme I think it probably would get more extreme and could be a place that folks go to to. Gather their political views that are. In opposition to the White House, the he, he actually Kinda runs his White House like he's an opposition with the White House. Yes, he was, but he was somebody else in the White House I'm very. It's just something I. Think we have to think about what happens, you know I wrote a column a couple memory last year when he started when he was talking about insurrection, remember, there was a tweet that was really on the edge. In today, twitter would cover. It would probably do something about it because it really was suggesting violence Yes, very clearly. And, I wrote a Com. Saying look. This is ridiculous. This is like. I said okay fine. If you want WanNa, deem newsworthy right now that he's the president. Let me just put out a scenario for you. November fourth. Third third as the election of November fourth. He tweets I of been selections been stolen from me everybody, get your gun and get me back in the White House would if he did that like he could now I might sure. I don't even bother they would. What would twitter do and that's the question. I posted. Twitter I'm like. What would you do that day? You facilitated violence. You've by not putting these people a controlling these people long ago now I think it goes back a long way because of the way you know not just twitter, but facebook and Youtube, and all the others they never. They've been so hands. Hands off. They've allowed humanity to run wild like the purge almost continuously and then put on rules that were so haphazard like there's rules there by the way whatever mark. Zuckerberg says they check people, too. They have a huge fact. Checking is such is such enormous. His arbiter of the truth bullshit is not true they do. They do it all the time. They make decisions every day, and so they sort of do it. HAP Hazard Leeann not completely than they back away from it, and so nobody knows what and therefore people like it, trump and previously Alex Jones can thrive. And take advantage of the system in gaming, and that's what that's. What's happening and let me just say on the other hand? You have wonderful creativity. I mean look at this pandemic. All this comedy online all these people being funny people pulling up. There's so much exciting creative activity on there. You can begin to glimpse how good it could be. When used properly you know what I mean when you went I guess not properly well. Yeah, I mean there's a financial incentive to for companies to keep yes. Heightened? Heightening material down there because that's the type of stuff that fuels people staying on longer and coming back in their day on study. Yeah, there's study. I mean the Wall Street. Journal story this week talked about these studies that facebook does which actually proved that they create polarization. Polish didn't exist before, but they make it worse. They amplify a weaponize it and the very calm I different times I talked about the weaponization and amplification of stuff. It's not the same as a billboard. It's not the same as an add on a TV. It's amplified in Brazilian zillions zillion times, and so and the second part that they don't pay attention to. Is that Everyone talks about Oh. How did this happen? They were built this way. These systems are built for. It's like asking why liquor makes you drunk. Because out that way. It's built. It's built for vitality, which is a terrible word right now. I'm writing about that next week. It's built for growth fast at growth above all and built for speed, and so everyone's like. HOW DID WE GET TO DONALD TRUMP? I'm like it was built for him. It was built for someone like him to emerge and so. The. Valley goes I can't believe this happened. They know they knew they know and if they didn't know they're really not doing their homework on their own data. That shows that this is this is engagement leads to enrichment, and enrichment leads to engagement, and so it goes. It's They have to re architect the whole thing. If they really just the way you re architect, it cigarettes or Anything that is addictive and dangerous for you. I want to start with. You're going back a little bit with your history, and you know how you are so well-versed in this and and everything. You're saying I think. Is really important right now, but. Where where are you from from the Tri State area? New, York has is born in Pennsylvania Philadelphia.

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Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

podnews

02:27 min | 9 months ago

Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

"By the way you can enjoy the unveiling of the Infinite Style Twenty Twenty Canada, in a free Webinar which include podcast consumption figures. Figures for the country. Yes, or no, we mentioned that yesterday. This actually true today. The podcast festival is put videos of recent feature of podcasting event on their website for anyone to watch be careful. It includes me, but it also includes Jason. Phipps from the BBC and Kara Swisher among others solstice media, a media publisher in Australia has launched Solstice, podcasting a new national podcasting and audio production agency companies joined. Joined forces with Nikola Hack, a broadcaster and podcast Omni Studio have best practice for dynamic content in podcasts what it is and how people are using it. Bill Rosenblatts has profiled the European podcast markets and Mel Harris, says that Brandon podcasts at definitely a thing, oh, and here's a great quote from Robb Walsh from Lipson talking on the fees. Listen you this realistically and I think we've said this on the. The show of times in the past, if you took all the ad revenue in the podcast space and gave Apple, thirty percent or twenty percent, cut or fifteen percent, it doesn't matter for Apple. It's a rounding error of a rounding error on what their revenue, so I mean a billion dollars in revenue in the space and apple to thirty percent of that. It's still nothing for them as a business.

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Post Show: What it Was Like to Interview Kara Swisher

Inside Podcasting

07:43 min | 10 months ago

Post Show: What it Was Like to Interview Kara Swisher

"Hello and welcome to inside podcasting. This is a mini episode in which a special guest will speak with me of how to interview Cara Swisher. If you missed my original interview with Kara go back and listen to that first and then come back and listen to this behind the scenes episode. It'll make a lot more sense that way and with that I will introduce my special guest. Today he is the man who is on the phone with me dealing with my stress at the very beginning of last week's episode. My husband Dawn Pillsbury. Welcome to inside podcasting Dawn. Thank you sky. Feel like I've been waiting for this moment for the last two years have been living living living. The podcast living the dream and just been waiting for an invite to participate. So thanks for having me on board. I'm excited I think. I'm uniquely positioned to drive some insights out of this episode because I really was breathing and living it with you over the past. It seems like six to eight weeks. Now yes you have been and you've been sort of in the background this whole time and this is your here your fifteen minutes don well. I might be twenty but I'm looking excited to be in the foreground. Let's start with care. Swisher is a pretty good get. I would say for any podcast but especially a little podcast. Like inside podcasting. Can you just remind me and your listeners? Can how this came out sure. So I actually met Eric who I mentioned at the beginning of the interview with Eric is her producer and I think we exchanged email prior but I met him at podcast movement at some party that they were having and he gave me his business card and I remember. This is kind of funny. I am. I never keep business cards like people. Give me their business cards and to be honest I just. I'm not one of those people that's like. I don't have a Rolodex like I just figure we'll be able to get in touch with you over email or whatever but I kept his because I thought it would be amazing to have care on the show and having worked in technology and I even was at a party with her once in the nineties and even then I remember being like. Wow that is Cara Swisher. So she's just always loomed really large so when I met him there was no way I was going to give up that chance to pitch him and so when I got home I literally just I sent him an email and I was like. Do you think there's ever would ever be away that she would come on. And you know I gotTa say it was pretty easy I mean he got back pretty quick and she was in the middle of. She's about to have a baby and so we delayed in the interview for a little bit but aside from that I mean that was really the only roadblocks and and of course that was for a good reason while shows you that you just have to ask people sometimes and it might be easier to get a yes. Anybody thinks exactly well. Speaking of phone calls the phone call itself at the beginning of the episode is pretty hilarious. I had actually forgotten the you'd recorded it And when you played it for me the first thing in my mind was how annoyed I been. You had basically not listened to me and it wasn't just like last week. It was telling you for weeks that your battery was dying. So what was the very first thing that went through your mind when you realize that you couldn't start the car? Oh my God that I'm an idiot. I mean I of and of all days like to have that happen and I knew I had to call you because it even though you've been saying it over and over again like I guess it didn't really register until my car wouldn't start then I was like okay. He was he was being serious But luckily it all worked out. Thank God I was stressed in and sweaty when I got to her office but I made. Is there any chance that you'll start drinking more seriously? Now probably not will? Obviously you know. I've got a front row seat and I kind of feel like I'm in the room for putting this interview and really all your interviews together but this one particular We a lot about the some of the stories that she shared some of the things that she's done. You can obviously all those into the episode. Can you share a couple stories that you wanted to put in but yes there were some things that I did cut out for time sake and also I think when you are? I'm making a podcast that is targeted to you know. I'm hoping that the people who listen are like diehard fans of podcasts or podcasting themselves so I have to think about like what's important to them so because I grew up in and around the Silicon Valley. I've known of Cara for a long time and I knew that she had had political aspirations. She'd actually announced that she wanted to run for mayor At one point and so I her about that and I did think that her answer was interesting although her interest of like well we have a new mayor now and she's doing a good job and I wanna see how that goes. I want to get in the way of that but you know I still think it could have been interesting to leave an but the reason I took it out was because I just didn't see that that would be to someone who doesn't know Cara and he's only listening this because they want to understand the mind of someone who builds who's building a podcast You know that wouldn't be as relevant to them so I took it out for that reason. All that was a hard hard one to cut. So let's get to the interview itself. It's a great interview and there's so many stories that care has and she she just can't stop sort of talking about sort of the exciting things you've done to the people she knows but. I wonder if that make it tough for you because I know you had prepared a ton of questions and there's more than a couple times where care kind of cuts you off and starts going in a direction that she whether she wants to go there or not. She's going there. She owns all the land. Remember so what are you? How are you able to kind of adjust on the fly? When you're interviewing someone like Cara who can take over the conversation so that is a good question? I think I something going for me in that. I only brought in note cards and I think psychologically had no cards with like words on them rather than like questions written out which I sometimes do have when I'm doing an interview completely remotely and not seeing anybody even on a screen so I just had no cards. Which made me feel? I did it because I didn't want to be like this. Lame nerdy person. Who came in like all her like questions. Pretty sure not something that carrot does and might not respect so. I was like okay just look like a reporter and like just have my note cards and whatever but I think that the advantage of that was that made me feel much more loose loot sort of loosey-goosey like I kind of go with the flow. So and you know what I was also prepared for that because Kerris wisher is. That's her style like she she for people who was Rico decode. They definitely know like Edo. She just cut people off all the time. It's kind of like her in a way signature. I think it drives some people crazy. I know this actually because people have told these though but other people like me really enjoy it because I feel like she's just like this bulldog it's like you've just like let her out of Lake. Who knows where he's coming at? You and I love that about her so I didn't really mind it. I actually Kinda thought like Oh. I'm getting the real Keira you know but I I yeah I did have to pivot a little bit and I was okay with that. I was somehow survived it.

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Kara Swisher on Elon Musk: Hes not bluffing

Squawk Pod

06:04 min | 10 months ago

Kara Swisher on Elon Musk: Hes not bluffing

"Gone up quite a bit and I think people would do it. I do I think of anybody I think a lot of people might not and sometimes he does block and sometimes he. Does you know sorta pontificate on twitter. But I think he has. He's he's done manufacturing facilities. Lots of places I think Texas OUGHTA welcoming you don't so I don't know why wouldn't was most Silicon Valley. Ceo's and tech CEOS talk about their relationship with their employees aloft. The relationship with employees is very very important and and the reason I mentioned that is if you're willing to effectively give up ten thousand people in California to go elsewhere also. I should also mention at least online. Their employees that appear to have leaked memos from the company suggesting that they've been bullied or threatened to either come to work or to lose unemployment insurance in the like that was happening at other big tech companies. There would be an uproar. Yes yeah I had a long history of this. And there's a lot of reporting on it and he pushed back really hard against it and and you know it's a really interesting question. He's he remember the last time this happened when they were building A. I think it was the three. That was the same thing. He was sleeping on the factory floor. They felt safety standards. Weren't in place. There was lots of leaks in just kept going and this is kind of his. He feels like he's on a mission whenever you talk to amid it feels like he's on a mission and he has to have this happen if you notice he was saying that other automakers got a break but only tesla was singled out He feels if this is critical. I know it sounds like that is not so I think he really does like a man on a mission so he is. Impatience is very clear in these tweets. I you know. Some of them are unfortunate some of the tweets and I don't know if he understands kind of the IMF the overall impact of what he might be setting off But I he's just going to go forward and it'll be able to the officials to respond Love to graduate. But it's not the these techniques are not are not the not just similar. They're not dissimilar techniques. Let me ask you a somewhat political question. It relates to trump. He now has the backing of trump in a very public way. And he's sort of on the trump side. If you will of the liberate America concepts but on the other end for many many years he would least privately and in some cases publicly. Derived trump and sell Tesla's enlarge part on the idea of of trying to end climate. Change in all of these things. So how do you? How do you square that up? He's a complex person to tell you. I don't think he's necessarily a trump supporter. That's not I've never heard that night. Gore's you know. He has been critical and he was on. That business council was he wanted to try to get as an impact on climate change. And so it's a complex situation. It doesn't mean that he's not. He's not using twitter to the same effect sort of rally his troops and he does have a lot of fans You know it's his technique of doing this. This is a you know high drama I dodge in the rents than he manages to. Somehow settle things Sometimes it turns out well. Sometimes it doesn't but this is a guy like he went up against the SEC. From what I can tell they didn't really you know they warned him and they said he can't do it again and then he did it again and so I you know. I don't know if he feels there's a lot of consequences for doing what he's doing and his aim is to build these. Tesla's An and you know he had a lot of criticism from the Alameda. County officials. What are they going to do? I mean I think the mistake is is getting into this kind of fight with him publicly. But I guess it wasn't working out privately scenes and then you have Gavin newsom in the middle of it which is really interesting. You know. Because he's been supportive of loss really important to keep manufacturing in California That eventually just like happened Amazon. You either saying we want this or we're GONNA put up with this or we're not gonNA pay for this and then you can go elsewhere

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Now, Spotify hits one million podcasts

podnews

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Now, Spotify hits one million podcasts

"The latest from our newsletter palled news dot net one meal. You'RE NOT CASTS. Thrown out of one million podcasts in spotify according to their investor call the company claims two hundred and eighty six million monthly active users and says. It's the number one audio service for podcasts. In dozens of countries across the world if you wondering more than seventy percent of new podcast on spotify were created with Anchor Bay. Say which may be how. They've his million so quickly after apple given that some major publishers aren't on spotify not least cereal and most titles from the Australian. Abc might be accurate to say. That spotify may have over a million podcasts. But not the same million podcasts. That are available on apple player. Fm PODCAST APP is being purchased by Maple Media Company that owns more than thirty APPs player. Fm was launched in two thousand. Twelve by Michael Madame off. A former Gula terms weren't given podcast page is a new service that let's make dedicated website for your podcast that works with any podcast host willing to that from my show notes our newsletter today. Kara Swisher is leaving recode decode to move to the New York. Times Elizabeth Murdoch's sister production. Group has backed new podcast studio called campsite focusing on premium narrative nonfiction storytelling. And we've updated. Our list of podcast hosts to identify those who are certified compliant stats

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Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop

podnews

03:29 min | 11 months ago

Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop

"The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net is a noun or verb query is definitely a noun. I honestly don't know what a noun or is maybe. We'll never find out because a show by fans of quite a mobile video platform has been told to cease and desist hosts of the podcast. Say That quivers lawyers got in contact insisting you can't use the name Qube. You can't tell anyone that you're about qube. You can talk about Quebec but no one can know through your title and you can't have any artwork that resembles our stuff. The show which is about Qube has a new name. Off Streamers search engine optimization has never been more important for podcasting a PODCAST SEO PRODUCT. Poddar has been launched. Today it allows you to ensure you're choosing the right names and keywords feel podcast promises your search rank keywords you want and allows you to check your competitors. Appearance to pricing is from seven dollars a month after a fourteen day trial. Palooza life has announced. Its lineup for this weekend including Kara Swisher Corey doctor. Oh and Scott Galloway. It's a covert nineteen relief fundraiser. Forgive directly tickets as much or as little as you'd like Paul Tracks says the daily has seen a yearly increase in. Us audience of seventy three percent monthly audiences increased by seven percent in the month of March. It's part of their paid for category report Patriot. A crowd funding service used by podcasters and used by US has laid off thirty employees which is thirteen. Percent OF THEIR WORKFORCE ONLY LAST MONTH. The company was claiming record growth for the platform. We by the way our pod mused on net slash Patriot and Edison research and NPR releasing. This smart audio reports which looks at the usage of smart speakers a little earlier this year and a free Webinar. On April the thirtieth changing times mean changing consumption. Vox Nest of released an update on Cova. Nineteen podcast listening across their network. The main claim is global. Podcast lessons are out by forty two percent for comparison to listening in the first week of January a time when many people especially in your holiday the graphs appears to show that all territories of increased though since the end of March and that categories around people's hobbies and passions are doing well. The company does note that as a whole. Us podcast listens had down by over twenty percent however Pacific Content Steve. Pratt highlights different ways. Their podcast production company is thinking. The pandemic has changed marketing. Effective speed to market and highlighted the benefit of topicality and head come has seen a ten percent decrease according to deadline the piece also includes ill-will Fu claim a small decline as well and Paul Cost News. Keeping up with corona is a new podcast on airlines. Iheart podcast network Australia. It's all about how to navigate life and keep the kids sane while dealing with isolation might be interested to know podcasts. Evergreen content is being augmented with the latest information using dynamic content insertion clever radio survival. Podcast has an interview with me. If you're interested in radio across the world and this one might be few if you're off it probably isn't and Iheartradio is getting into audio fiction in the states with the release this week of lighthouse ten part scripted horror thriller

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The Tesla Model Y is sized just right, and this will help it stand tall against rivals - Teslarati

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

01:30 min | 1 year ago

The Tesla Model Y is sized just right, and this will help it stand tall against rivals - Teslarati

"The company's tremendously innovative. It doesn't it takes enormous risks it. It's I forget the new model that they launched last year the more affordable model but that seems to be getting traction the pickup truck inspired this kind of this tesla like wondering that people have come to expect expect. They're not afraid to do things. Incredibly different supposed to their China. Production is coming on action can now. They're producing a thousand cars. A day is so they've hit. They're starting to do something something that they've never done before. And that is actually hit targets. They're famous or not hitting them salute. The company is firing a I would say it's firing on all cylinders if it wasn't an electric car but it's conducting on all Lithium Iodine or whatever. The appropriate analogy is the company's executing congratulations to them glad the the Bulls won. I don't have a position position in the stock but it's interesting seems a little bit more reinvigorated. I mean at one point. He was tweeting from the China factory. And then he was. Somehow it's a SPACEX facility. It was like what are you cloned yourself like. You know it's interesting. He's quite you know I think he's probably emboldened by winning the winning the case and sort of getting himself in line Ryan and so You know he's got a lot of energy that guy. I'll tell you that whether it's it's huge vindication for him because you know the stock's up above where he said he was gonNA take the company opening private when he committed blatant manipulation improved at the. Sec Hell still lacks sack and is not there to protect investors but protect management anyway But it is. There's just snow getting around at Tesla's on fire. I couldn't have been more wrong on that one.

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Edward Snowden And Mass Surveillance  At the start of this decade

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Edward Snowden And Mass Surveillance At the start of this decade

"A federal judge ruled that proceeds from Edward Jones Memoir permanent record to be paid to the US this government because he violated the terms of his employment contract with the US government in publishing the book. You clearly don't follow me on twitter. You're GONNA love this. I wrote real quickly on twitter. There's so many it's with someone. Summarize twitter perfectly as does not pay. I know I wrote espionage a bitch and I know you don't like it when I used that word and so many people weighed in against against me and it's inspired me and as you to learn more about Edward Stone because a lot of people who unless they're bought as far as I know the Russian show is trying to gain my trust but who seem thoughtful weighed in and said you got this wrong. Edward Snowden is a patriot. It's there's much great podcasts. You could read the book. I'm sending you the the book I am sending you the book I'm going to learn more about Edward Snowden. That's your Christmas present. The free book I got from it again here. We go again and going to give it to me an intermission at cats right anyway. So what I'm GONNA we're going out here. We can't Handy Randy. Who Might Not Randy? Were coming to your show. All right. So Edward Snowden you think he should not be paid for the for the money to go to government because he violated the terms of his employment contract. That's what thank you will be going to be more measured here. I need to learn more about Edward Snowden because a lot of people that I respect said turn got it. Got It wrong on this one. So I'm going to try and learn. Learn more about how a guy decides to state secrets. Shove a thumb drive up his ass and moved to China and Russia's a hero so I'm going to try to understand how that makes my hero but anyways anyways and I'm sure the Russians anything cube there was no shoving with the thumb drive. I'm sorry there was a Rubik's cube that he took in and out so there you have it

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

"I just thought I thought played out. Well so I'm my winners hallmark. I don't think there's still going to be making a hallmark movie about Lesbians Anytime Times. They've talked about it. The CEO was talking about that idea. But I don't see like a romance like the booed like if Malaysia becomes president on. Say the hallmark show about him and chase meeting each each other that one. Yeah who's your loss now. My my loss The climate summit in Madrid had literally. Nothing happened with everyone in these are the nicest people in the world and they were angry. These are the nicest Muslim politically correct people in the world and they were they were angry about the whole thing so it was really anyways that's that's that's my loss. It's really amazing. How how no probably get the? US Isn't involved. I mean we just pulled out and that was the end of that. You know what I mean for us and the Chinese are not involved speaking. Would you go anywhere not going to happen. Nothing's GonNa we're going to be like and it won't. None of this will that we discuss will matter realized that. Of course you think it's going to happen that fast you think. What do I think it's like that movie my favorite movie of all time? Which is the movie? Stay with Jake Gyllenhaal and the Dennis Quaid. Oh the one where it just gets crazy cold. Yes that movie I like I I like exactly. Oh God there's amazing movie with a Tilda swinton about this. What was it called the train that has to roam the earth and we tried to fix global warming and we fixed gets too cold? That's a wonderful movie. I got the name of them. Yeah I like all those apocalypse movies. I'm like an apocalyptic tone right now but But but I like them all anyway. All right prediction scotch of any predictions from the Caribbean. Except that you're gonNA be lounging around on yachts needing flog raw. Why are we when saint bars? But why are you there. I'm here at the same place. Either dog goes to Saint Parts. Why can't Keira because he can questions it? It's wonderful here. I'm literally staring out my window. No Day here. There's snow days and parts. I think there's this cold here but you're just there you just hanging out you're gonna there's no what I'm not even Florida's cold. The INR always on vacation Caribbean place with flip flops wandering around sick of being stereotyped as a professor. Everyone thinks I'm at home in my cart again petting my labrador watching. PBS with a pipe in my mouth occasionally the dog. No one thinks that occasionally they let him out of his crate occasionally. He thinks you're in a bar in in a bar like pontificating people in your Nyu but listen to me it's your prediction circle So just as I said last week and I've got a lot of emails us When I said this Porn as the greatest experiment unknown outcomes. it's being levied on our our populace I think we're going to hear about not apple in China as soon as the The headline news and the noise around the tariffs. If at some point it goes away the only big tech company that's been able to make any real or sustain roads in China has been apple because of its luxury status but also I wonder I wonder. Would I think apple in China is GONNA come up a lot because I wonder what has gone on terms of their supply chain in terms of privacy and Tim toes a pretty like nick. None of my call it indignant but a pretty righteous tone around his activities and his use it to his advantage and I wonder what kind of deal with China he has struck. And I think we're GONNA start hearing more uncomfortable. Things about China has had to do to stay to stay As relevant and sell as many iphones. I think there's no free lunch over there. I think the company that big is probably is We're GONNA hear apple in China and the news more in two thousand and twenty and it's not going to be good for Apple K.. meaning that they doing. I just don't think anyone I don't think anyone is over there. And doesn't have to comply with what the Chinese government wants and and when you have a phone and you have data I just I find it hard to believe that apple has been able to hold hold their phones in their data and their privacy to the same standards in China as they at least claim to and other parts of the world. I have no evidence of this. It's a thesis but I think in two thousand and twenty. We're going to start hearing comfortable stories about what apple had to do to maintain because they're over a barrel if they China is is now I mean it's just is such an important market for them in the Chinese government. They are very smart and they're gonNA get their pound of flesh now how that pound of flesh is manifesting itself. I don't know if it's we're going to find there. Was that story the Bloomberg story that the judge that apple pushed back on real hard. That sort of went sideways for Bloomberg About chips being You know problematic traumatic chips and then spying and this and that and it wasn't true. Yep Yeah but this is just more like you do this if you want to do business here or make things here etc so look. We'll see. I have no Evan Quo. For example you're talking about quid pro quos and speaking of which My this impeachment impeachment thing is just like another news story just like just keeps going. It doesn't like it hasn't changed anything in people's minds it seems like in the polls you don't think there's any chance that seven Republican senators flip. Now I do not think that that is my prediction seventeen. The only slightly slightly interesting is that there was a push to have justin. Amash be the impeachment manager which I would love to see but no. I'm amazed by how little people people are like next next next on really appalling things. So that's that's that's what I think I have no prediction that this will just bleed into the new year pretty much turn. You'll be down there in saint parts doing anyway. What's going on this week? Last very big review. I'm hoping this is a very born. Calm Week this week. I have a lot of meetings meeting with some publishers. I'm having some meetings have an idea for a new idea Hours then I go to Sanford. Maybe they they love them. Call me and I'd say no to most them because I don't have time very calm in ice. They know says Kara Swisher literally too busy with you. Put Time into this relationship relationship and I cannot take time out to write a book. You'd never see me But I'm GONNA talk to them up so I have an idea. I have an idea that is just germinating and I think you'll like it when right when I decide. It's not the Algebra happiness I mean you know but it's you know Or the calculus of happiness. There's at the next as at your is that your sequel the Calculus. Oh not read my book. It's just oh that's my son. Have both convert your my book and the yearbook. And they haven't read my book Books and they love your book. They've read it. Yeah they have. I'm just telling you they have I think it. I don't have time to read books. Cottam Adam sorry it just not happening. Swisher I listened to book. That's what I do In any case I lots of things. And then I'm going to San Francisco that I'm going to San Francisco concious go Taking the kids. They're taking their year and spending a couple of weeks. Doing a lot of podcasts. From there all kinds of things going to bother Mark Benny off going to go. Look at at sales force. The top of salesforce tower for the wedding. I'm not can you imagine I would love to do that. He would I honestly he would. I was joking talking with him about it. And he's like sure I can make it happen. I'm like no I'm totally kidding. I just WANNA see him. I want him to give you away just so we can see the two of you standing next to each other again. You look like a different species species. He's a big man. He's a big tall man just like yourself But he's sort of why he's bigger than your. He's kind of a much bigger than me. He's like he's just big. I'm an important and and and and wealthy. Obviously the everybody who's listening understands that part of the CALC. I was trying to let leave that unsaid. That was the silent. He's a mogul kind of thing anyway. Scott it's time for us to go enjoy your weekend end. We'll be back on Friday. We were just never gleaning. Can't just quit you more TAC. There's a lot going on this week with the impeachment And so W we'll be talking about that I think but meanwhile you can reach us by using Hashtag pivot. podcasts were desperate for your affirmation. Let us know what you think about two times a week.

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

"Save lives. Okay we're back. We Tamed Scott. Kara Swisher compound of the year Comma has managed to do excellent job. Scott we're gonNA Listener Mail now you've got an interesting email last week from someone who wanted to remain anonymous about their experience at we work. They said that their family member worked as a salesperson at the company for about six months before quitting thing they were paid more on commission than the rent the tenant was paying for. We work for the entire lifetime. At least they signed got. Can you talk about this room. Manager session basically basically this shows they were indications this model was gonNA fail long before there s one and this is what the listener said this scheme essentially. So what do you think about that arm. MM seriously my mind stop. I still can't get over the fact you beat out the daily for podcast or the year anyways branches catching up to what's going on today but anyways so like you know who caused us this listener Armao thing Amazon and that is Amazon. Basically reconstructed a reshape the relationship between investors and the marketplace and as a result absolutely reshaped behavior capital allocation. Now how did this happen. How do we work but go ahead? Let me see it's A. It's a long winding road but I'm a I'm a thought leader. Let me just do Michael Barone voice go on go on so anyways you know him. I'd love to have some dirt on him. He's I think very intriguing anyways for the first time for the first time in history Accompanied Got Third Most Valuable Company in the world and arguably the most influential company in the world with almost no or negligible profitability and what Amazon top the markets to do which drive everything. Compensation typically drives everything is they taught the markets to replace profits with vision and growth and so all of a sudden selling seton companies. Take a page out of that book and as long as we can massively grow the top line line. Profitability takes a distant number two so if we as a means of growing our top line faster than any real estate company in history can incentivize brokers to get any any tenant in these these ten new buildings or facilities were opening up every week and create a top line growth that is unprecedented. The world a real estate if we build.

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Big News for Brokerages

Squawk Pod

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Big News for Brokerages

"Charles Schwab the largest publicly traded discount broker is reportedly in talks to buy the second largest publicly traded discount broker. Td Ameritrade this is part of an ongoing disruption in the brokerage industry. Here's here's a refresher. When trading stocks retail investors basically individuals investing for themselves and not for an organization pay a commission or fee to the broker or Ebro Grinch who completes the trade on their behalf? Of course it's not as great a deal for the investors as companies that collect those fees and have consequently faced pressure to reduce them and reduce them. They have J. P. Morgan Chase unveiled a free trading APP in August and within two months all the other major brokerages had followed suit or at least announced plans to follow suit. Td Ameritrade and Charles Schwab among them. But here's the RUB. The commission's contribute to the revenue of the brokerages who collect them and eliminating that revenue stream has worried shareholders golders. At any rate. The industry is changing. Here's Becky with today's story. Charles Schwab Corporation and talks by. Td Ameritrade and a deal could be announced as early today that move if it happens would consolidate an industry. That's been going through massive disruption calls to Schwab and td Ameritrade have not been returned but obviously the entire complex flex seems to be moving on this joining us to talk more about this as Mike Santoli and Mike. What do you think obviously blockbuster Bosox being up tells you that the market believes CBS? This area is crowded too much capacity and there's great synergies in a deal for cutting costs. I think that the going zero commissions was a sign that the the competition for retail assets had gotten to that. Also it's not just in commissions right. I mean the whole industry is going to very low fee exchange traded funds these these these kind of software based advisory services where it's a very low fee to all that stuff has been constant pressure. And I do think that you had Ameritrade take the biggest hit it really. In total market cap from Zero Commission move much more leverage to the trading business. It's been an industry. That's gotten rolled up a lot over the past decades but this this would be a real step up in that activity because you had had a bit of a low. And it's interesting you mentioned e-trade being down on each raiders vacillated about potentially being a seller being in place. It's been considered a potential target and Schwab Ameritrade obviously would be to the obvious buyers potentially coming from one of the and in fact Ameritrade typically viewed as a acquirer In fact maybe that's why some of the valuation was a little bit depressed because they just did by Scott Trade and it's unclear if they were going to continue to be a buyer. Also one interesting thing about this. This is both companies still have kind of the founder families with ownership. This is the first generation of this industry. It's never been passed down really so it's it's sort of a fascinating Joe talked about that earlier. Just about how this industry came out of nowhere. And he's going to the market together. Yeah when this company exists it's going to be ninety billion dollar company for how long how long how long are we going to beat about. I know I know but I I just think that there's a lot of it's GonNa come out of this value of three children and assets of restaurants that you can glean some kind of whatever and that's that's the day better than some I mean they would do some serious rationalization yes and there's parts of this business. I think they're culturally very different. And do you think they've gone head to head in an aggressive way to be either back end operations service of registered investment advisers which is basically the fastest growing part until the questions I'd ask are do you think that. What kind of savings do you think can really ring out of combined company like this and then in terms of is is back in technology? I think it's a marketing dollars. The Marketing Donald is going to be a big money cost of account. Acquisition is one the leading costs and technologies probably the leading costs so put them together. Combining headquarters remember. I mean. Td Ameritrade right you had td. Bought Waterhouse Ameritrade thinker Swim. There were all it was really a fragment so people know the playbook in terms of putting these companies together rationalizing trying to retain all the customers and getting the kind of picking the best operations that you have among the two companies so I do think I don't know the magnitude I haven't seen the estimates but the market is telling telling you the efficient and you think this is a response to Fintech effectively. It's a response to yeah to the to the Robin Hood. Venture capital. Subsidized is businesses. That are now pressuring these other guys to consolidate I think that's the most recent catalyst but even the development of those Robin Hoods and the Fintech businesses says just reflect the fact that retail finance has become software I mean even if you look at at Merrill Lynch what they've been doing with their human an advisory is skewing NAM upscale. And make sure you know for all of David Salomons efforts at Goldman Sachs to try to get some sticky money in there which is what then Marcus businesses all about. Why doesn't it traditional play? I'm not I'm not suggesting that go by. TD AMERITRADE and jump into this situation. But you'd think that all of these players would therefore be up for grabs for some of the classic sort of old school not beyond the realm at all right There's a huge chunk of all of the integrated brokers like Mike Marrow. Where eight is basically merrill edge it would right they call it where they kind of shunt you into a automated on a call center type right and so you know it's not incompatible with something like you know I think for Goldman Nicotine? It looked. We had the infrastructure. We have all the all the exchange memberships we had the back end. We can do ourselves into

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More jobs added than expected for October

Squawk Pod

03:28 min | 1 year ago

More jobs added than expected for October

"As well as the latest unemployment number jobs Friday is always on a Friday and the it's have key content CNBC's lawnmower was live at the Labor Department in Washington really beating expectations the unemployment rate ticked up slightly just three point six percent race over the year the worker strike at General Motors had an impact on last month's this the employment in motor vehicles in parts with down by forty two thousand if the strike last week so it won't affect next month's report but something to keep in mind today the policeman surprised and optimistic give it to the potentially each higher sustainable rate Kate Moore who is asset manager blackrock it doesn't turn out to be the case I mean I think this is an unequivocally strong report pretty rosy ah look at where we are the thirty thousand foot yes we're stronger than we thought we were yesterday the numbers another metric watch today manufacturing hires the Institute for Supply Stories and other workplaces that came out after broadcast today slightly below forecasts just if the market reacted negatively to a weaker than expected I am and the last element of rate came in at tick higher than September's clocking in at three point six percent overall

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"I love theatre. It's transformative for me as a person. I've always since i was a kid. My mom brought us. It's a real gift. My mom gave us to love love of theater and so i'm i i was i- angels america's one of my favorite song and i've seen it at least time tony kushner's to hearts and the end of the play <hes>. It's a wonderful place to beautifully written play and such a time. It's hard than this time to remember but he was terrible. During the aids crisis terrible terrible terrible people dying these wonderful people people dying like way before their time and <hes> and the last line of the of the thing they're standing at the fountain in central park the <hes> <hes> <hes> bethesda fountain and she said he's he the line he gives is the world always spins forward and this is our time we will not be silent anymore and and i remember being a gay person then just coming out and you people don't remember when it was hard to be gay and is still is in many parts of the world but it's easy. I have kids better in the united states. It's like you can't believe i can't believe it and so i remember that really impacting me rabea. The world always spins for it and that's how i think he'd everyone's like trump's gonna renovating. I'm like is he. He can't we'll do damage for four years and hopefully he can't and like and we'll fix it. We can fix it. We can pick it up and i think that's where i get up at same thing with journalism same thing with anything. Is that peop they always end up these people that wanna push us back to old times which brings people down there are people that stand up and say enough offers enough no more. When is that going to happen. It will all right. I hope you're right last two questions and a millennial college grad comes to you and says i'm interested in a career in journalism journalism. What sort of advice would you give this start writing. Joe start looking around and start writing start reporting start writing so much amazing journalists being done right now and and again because these times are harder. Same thing happened during the last time we had something like this. So you just get out your pen. Whatever your habits whatever whatever you can start telling stories and i think telling stories is the greatest talent that humans have is to tell stories than so quite interesting and our final final question sure what jin's berry. I come prepared all right. What what do you know about the world anymore. They may be a special about serial killer right. I used to do with this. My son's name is louis. Nobody named old jewish. Yes well okay there. You go your kid father's name that is digressed. Luis figo not named after one of my favorite seafood places. This is louise and port washingtonian. I grew up in <hes> <hes> warehousing. Oh so i'm in locust valley five. I went to portland o portland. Jr is in literally thirty.

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"<music>. I'm okay no people who are politically. I just want to spend the money whereas when my most things you can't figure and then like well this is this and like you can't figure everything but that's it's a clear one right. That's a clear one like i get that has signalled. If i eat like a hershey bar this money i can't figure all that of course but in this case this guy made a prominent gesture and i'm gonna make a prominent gesture back so that's you know and that's a there's no logic to its swisher logic and by the way cares logic applies to care okay. Can i tell you there is logic to when someone is going to be a very visible patron of someone whose beliefs not just disagree with yours yours but are actively oppressing your <hes> identification care. I just don't like it. I don't like it. I want to get money. That's all that's. It's not even that complicated complicated by the way i feel terrible for mentally whalen soul cycle. I'd love to have on the podcast to talk about it. I think i think the people of soul cycle. I'm so sorry that they have to go through this but you know what will spin in two separate britt entities. I was like i want to call the rain jobs and say lorraine who does love soul cycle allows awarding this something about it you know yeah but then you reward award his bid for fun. I hang out with friends. That's it <hes> tell us what you're most optimistic and pessimistic about in your chosen field of technology journalism <hes> i am optimistic because there's so much exciting stuff going on until much innovation happening journalism and i think that even though people sort of declared at the end when people were declaring the end of the world and stuff i remember berry dealer saying you know it's just it's never that is never you. You can't wine and give up on things. That's like losing bed for five thousand journalists tend to like not like sometimes like i was talking to someone they're like oh. This is happening and this is without me. I'm like did you check if this is what's happening because you're just making that up and so i think you have to really feel you know anyone who has children has to believe in the future anyone you know and i have a lot of children so i believe in the future. I don't wanna have children if i didn't so what are you pessimistic about <hes> the autocracy i on one hand. I feel like autocrats always end up dead in danish drainage ditch which i studied holocaust quite heavily propaganda and stuff now go so you can get really bad wins the point where it stays bad and it hasn't so far history. There's always someone who looks at joseph mccarthy and says have you no shame in it ends like it doesn't end totally but it stops the fever stops. You have someone at the salem witch right off the salem witch trials. They were terrible. They ended the you know the i was around when i was a formative years. Aids was terrible during the reagan administration the stuff the reagan was doing was appalling. Good james watson trees cause cancer what everybody's using trees cause pollution. Remember him yeah at night. They exhale carbon in writing. Whatever james why where i'm sure he's not living anymore but he was just there's either. There's always these people that are retrogade and and i use i'll end on this one of my favorite. <hes> i see the what i do for fun i go to the theater. I love seeing moulin rouge nine stuff like that have a say you seen to kill a mockingbird of course recited powerful..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Oh the stroke people do know about it a ton of research into every guest. I'm on my way to make money for rupert murdoch. I didn't all things digital d china in asia with so from the flight on the flight yeah and it turned out atta hold on my heart which many people have dated me of said now. I'm kidding. I'm pretty pretty good. That is a <hes>. Mark knopfler yeah to hold my heart. It's called the p._f. Oh and i had sticky blood as i found out through twenty three and me and i was lucky gi blood mediterranean. It's a kind of a condition where the bus show here. So what was the thing. What was the impact of the stroke. It reinforced my feeling feeling that life is short and you better get going true. But what was the biological. What would the medical so. I like the philosophical. I mean i'm with steve jobs on that. <hes> i had a hold on my heart and there's nothing i can do about it. It's my show wait. Your stroke was real stroke or cardiac cardiac probably be done so so you have a stroke okay with no limitations was a main okabe function no fiscal very short amount of time that day and then it was done. I was like talking like this and was the hole all in your heart discovered post stroke gay show so you got a little lucky with a minor stroke that discovered this leakage in one of your valves or what was a hole hole in your hearts go to p._f. Oh and when you're born there's a flap where the and the arctic fluid goes back and board right and the closer it closes up it flaps over and then seals right. You've never the doesn't seal. Many twenty percent of the human race doesn't leak. It's just as there used to flood fits flaps. Doesn't an o'clock got through a if there's no clock getting getting through. It doesn't matter so i'm not a doctor but i wrote a big column on time on ruth. Perry died. Oh yes stroke and my brother saved my life brother's a doctor and when i was in hong kong i was touted you bros. Well i was i was there. I suddenly couldn't talk dysphasia and it's like i'll and i was in a hotel room and i was like why can't can't call. Anybody and i felt okay a little headache. Could you type could you. I had a little bit of tingling my hand but yeah. I was reading story about yahoo. I was like you know these idiots at yahoo. Once again are screwing up or something right and it was my finger tingled. I tried to eat something it fell out of my mouth and then i was like baba and i thought i had a migraine migraine's for years which is a sign of a stroke among women realize it not everybody was migrants gets stroke but it's one of the signals and and i've been traveling. I thought a lot and i was like oh i just. I'm just so tired tire. That's what it is and so i wrote my brother i texted him and it was a different time and i think it was in the middle of night in san francisco and he's anesthesiologist and he said <hes> like my father was an anesthesiologist see geologists and he he texted me. I went up to breakfast and by the time i got to breakfast. You know i've woken up at four in the morning hong time and then i went up or whatever and then went up to breakfast by the time it was gone..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Jeep everything is a stick shift honda civic and my wife is now a better driver with stick than i am really <hes> for ears volkswagen bug or later and then i had a rabbit when it was a rabbit. It's called something it's called this hour cabriolet and then <hes> and then i had a minivan and i had a honda minivan when i but not before i had kids i had honey minivan. Then i had a lesbian of course the subaru you saw there was a big article not too long ago about how how subaru became the car of choice of lesbians and i think it was vanity fair very interesting and then i heard a cold jeep for new york minnesota the worst right terrible although to be fair unstoppable in the snow monster had i had one with the with the with the like a real g one that was a hard top and they hated both them and then i had and then i started getting into moss as i love moses and i love the mazda i wanted him to but i must just three and the three is a happy car is a good car right so great happy car and then i just recently had a ford fiesta turbo. That's fine so sorry it. It was a no i'm telling you that's a great two years ago. I hated the turbo and it really is a good guy. Don't insult. I will tell you i rented a ford edge. The other day i was surprised prized how everyone made fun of me and then they got in with its stick shift and oh. I see oh this car. It was a great little car but i do not have any investment for for many years <hes> but i have no never drove it. I just in san francisco. It's too cold. I had it in san francisco might be my escape to me is valentine's present but i love scooters. I i ride schooners all the time and i love. I love scooters. What's the most important thing people don't know about tariffs. Wish i love scooters now. People know that know that i love <hes> i love action films with really bad action films like really bad i just i just love those. I love. I go to all men. I go by myself. I don't wanna like argue argue with people about how they are really just go. I love them. I love them. I love them. I love. I love michelle impossible. I love bond. I'm so excited. The new bond film is coming out ourselves. Does daniel craig twenty one rushing every bond movie ten times even the bad ones and <hes>. I love all those movies i like. I'm excited for <hes> kristen stewart and underwater like anything action and i love fast and furious franchise. I love. I love the rock jack reacher. Have you seen the jokes so so. I'm not going to name them all about night and day yes of course with me without me. I love it. Let's talk about mentors. Tell us about your mosque. That's that's it one name bank montana. He recruited you to the journal he did. How did he affect how you developed. As a journalist he was so generous with his power he had so much power and was so generous and and really such a good mentor to women <hes> in the in the way never scared to mentor a woman never an early in the there's a group group of women. He's mentor it in a way that has been and specifically made sure he did that because he understood they were they. There were there were issues always have my back. <hes> just a and i can i can be <hes> difficult not difficult no difficult. That's what scott told me. He said you would difficult difficult. I'm not difficult. I know what i want a lot and i say it very loudly and i don't you know i think and i do it around. Powerful people like me rupert murdoch said time to me. I was like no one was like whoa. What do you do one point. He was the reaction. Let me tell you very philly so we would meet with him. Were moronic loved while mossberg low. He loved reading is thrilled when he bought the journal always at walt all to lunch and everything and i was always with him right like i was there but i'm certainly didn't know my name..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Thank you so much for doing this. You wouldn't happen to track down. I had to pull in some favor now. Scouring galloway who who <hes> has been on my podcast. I've done to fifty something now more than any five years two hundred fifty four hundred my friend really and that doesn't count him at thanks a lot now but mine are all three four hours so it's a little so by the way just so you know. I've been listening to pivot from the beginning. When i'm i'm up really early east coast time working on my my <hes> various and sundry thing my my frippery <hes> and i like to have something playing in the background and you guys wear funny. You guys are well. We really didn't get into the podcast much but i love the combination the nation of you as who you are and scott as an alpha male east coast weirdest chemistry. It's it's it's fantastic anywhere. I go there like where's scott. I'm like no no. We're not married mary. We don't hang out but we sound like a married couple. It's sort of like i was trying to think of like kathie. Lee and regis is remember moonlighting in lighting drawer force right. It's that kind of thing that's going on there. It's a really interesting. It's really interesting chemistry. We have and i think it's because i'm like like like he's being alpha male on purpose sort of right. He's he's allowing the trust australian poisoning like sort of sort of like <hes> he's awoke al yeah exactly the kind of like oh god and i'm like you're an idiot says stuff to you that i dislike crack up. He's trying to provoke you. I was like you're one statement away from the end of your career all the time like i'm trying to protect and you can see me trying to protect him. It's a really good. It's a really interesting thing and we're going to try to do more of them and it's just you can't you cannot capture that with just about anything. I had that report with walton differentiate too so it's really hard to to do that and i was thrilled. I enjoy doing doing it. Which i can tell you comes across he enjoyed. We enjoy it like it's fun and i think that's what's most important is to you know <hes> love the life you live in writing like we love it and that's that's how you make great things. If you really enjoy once in episode i hear hold me kara. No it's coming. He has all kinds. I'm a gangster. It varies gangster. I'm like oh jesus. You're gangster. Can i tell you can i tell you the funniest thing ever said i ever heard him say so he knows car guy. We were talking about cars. <hes> and i misheard him. I thought he said gee wagon nine realize he had a g. L. when g wagon is three and then what you're talking all right so mercedes football. I'm going to mercedes makes this military. Vehicle looks like a giant jeep on steroids royds. It's like a hundred and fifty thousand dollars. You need this. Nobody needs it. It's the worst dumbest thing in the world and when i heard him say gee wagon g. l. I thought he said the g wagon. What would that be so g. L. is like a normal s._u._v. g. l. wagon is this idiot. He had one well. I that's what i thought he i go. I go scott scott. I don't know about you and this g wagon and his answer was no g._l. Not g wagon he goes. I'm insecure not pathetic. I still get emails from people about yeah. It's funny he goes and when he when we go places what's really striking about that. Podcast is i am stopped so much on the street like tell scott screw it like an and really yeah. I got a t._v. Show because it's really funny people like he was walking on the tarmac..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Holidays book that is so fascinating only because you learn even with two people. It's impossible to keep a secret. It's it's astonishing. The gawker litigation is just an excuse to describe the history of conspiracy. Yeah it's interesting. I you know he's brilliant but i don't agree with them. Almost everything finding funny and i you know i always i sort of poke at him quite a bit and you know he he's breath. He is brilliant but really some who else stands out to you. In the valley. Peter tills interesting zim always like <hes> like your book and i'm like i was very i yeah i it was like oh so many interesting things here i can't and then he's deep says a lot of things i'm like. Are you kidding me. You've got to be the relationship with trump. Yeah yeah kinda surprising not would you imagine from a guy who's railing about being oppressed as a game in silicon valley. He hasn't talked about strange bedfellows. He doesn't care doesn't care doesn't care that those aren't his concerns and i think they should be as concerned so that's kind of the old guard what's who let's talk about the most recent round of companies interesting listing entrepreneur written about travis yeah <hes> what are your thoughts about the whole frat seen at uber dr very thoughtful and interesting person. I think he's got the person who took over dr coast for shy. I think he's got a really tough economic question to solve their because you don't just do a whole bunch of rides at a loss but make it up in volume i know i think they've got an economic problem. It's hard and they've got competition. I believe in moats modes amazon built so many moats now they still have their problems with when when amazon web services doesn't do as well so they've got to really think about what they're mozart. They've got a lot of them. <hes> and i think any business has to have a lot of moats and i don't think there's as many modes around uber burs year and then the market saying that right now the market is well. They came out way too late and they came up very pricey begin with so the market is speak if they would've if they would have come out cheaper birther come out earlier. Maybe we may be talking about the economics are they. Just you're getting a ten. You're getting a fifteen. You're paying ten dollars for a twenty dollar the ride that's what's happening which is fantastic consumers with you know i just wrote about we work this week and your colleague calls it a ponzi yes i did. I read a long column about it and included scott in that <hes> you know i think you just economic. Zone makes sense like where you're telling me. If i get a floor in a building that fortune be worth more than the whole building itself out there trying to pass themselves dell's opposite tech company and i think that's what offense got nine that you'll remember regis chicago reviews plus beer equals one hundred multiple yeah. It just seems sort. Ah one of them's gone up again and reach us or something like that. You've got competitors deb business that at that i._p._o. Perspectives was like one of the analysts called called a lesson in few station. I read that. I can't recall the last time in s. one. Maybe it was facebook. <hes> the last time an s. one came out out and it was so completely and totally line-by-line taken apart like we works war. Well it deserved. It deserved it that you know look. It could be a very it's a really really interesting. Disruptive ba brand. There's some great ideas there but not enough for what for forty seven billion. There's not any seven billion grade..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business

"With myself south well. You have a nice list of accomplishments. Yes i was discussing your work with somebody and they said she's really a journalist right and i'm like well. She's also an entrepreneur yet. She's been very forward in terms of the conference business in terms of <hes> the media business which she turned into a platform platform. I don't know if it was ever publicly released. <hes> <hes> what recode was sold was that always private yeah it was it was a startup yeah. We saw four or five five years ago. It was funded by n._b._c. and terry semel <hes> who's taken ill now but he <hes> we. We got twelve twelve million dollars from them and at the time that was a lot but pretty soon it was. It wasn't a lot of content companies. It was sort of this big boom in investing in content and many competitor's got four or five times what i got six months later. I we didn't have a v._c. N._b._c. terry lady investor you know and so i i looked out i said this. I can't compete with this much money. It's a bubble and so i sold two box. I looked. I talked to a number of companies. I sold really quickly after founding <hes> some five years well no i i was at all things d for a dozen or more us which was within the wall street journal <hes> and i was at the in the journal for about a dozen or more than a dozen years and but we had a skunk works inside the journal so it was owned by the journal but we ran it without their input really yeah it was great yeah and <hes> they were good and bad in different ways but <hes> and then we left because we had some problems with them and then had funded and we were going to do it independently but then i was like like no way this is gonna be things you have to be really dynamic when you're an entrepreneur and realize you know if someone if your competitors all have three times the amount of funding you do have a problem boom. You can't be that good and so especially in content because it's about hiring talent and so we sold really quickly within a year to vox media sir you know i'm i'm really good that way. I know when to move so that wasn't a hundreds of millions of dollars exit. That was a wasn't. I am now i haven't. I'm not going to hear but i'm not gonna say anything. I owned bassac inbox. Media media cell was was so i won't harangue you about this but was i'm assuming this was an all stock transaction. We decided that we could have gotten cash but we felt like why not like if i'm an entrepreneur. I don't sure banana so i mean i have quite a bit of stock in vox media. We'll see what happens. I mean obviously now. Contents content is now the blooms off the rose there you know vox is quite healthy but <hes> best feed and and mike of course closed some of these other closed and so all of media is under stress and so you know especially going to a recession and stuff so it's just whatever the stocks worth we'll see. We'll see how it goes quite interesting. I i'm very well paid berry. Don't worry i do okay. You do okay so let's talk a little bit about the early parts of your career. You come out of now. I know you have a master's from columbia was at the journalism school or some school. Yeah i went to georgetown school foreign service pat which was in washington d._c. I was actually my backup school now. It's very top-ranking school but at the time it can i tell you you know you're not all that far apart in the people who came into because the demographics into college <hes> twenty thirty forty years ago we're dealing with <hes> relatively easy admissions in the it was the echo boom much more challenging to get in the i didn't get into stanford. I wanted to go stanford but my brother went to stanford <hes> <hes> but i <hes> i got into shannon was in the school foreign service and i wanted to be a said this many times spy wanted to work for the c._i._a. I wanna do analysis very similar..

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"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"kara swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

"I just think that's got to change forever all right so I'm GonNa ask feels and also quite frankly is he. Taking oxygen away from other candidates can a gay man who oversees <hes> governs one hundred fifty thousand people a third of the size of congressional on district the WH- why what makes him believe he is qualified to be president other than we have someone tolling on qualified right now but that would be an argument you know is is is America ready for a gay president. I'd like to think so you think America's Betty Graham sure we have terrorize everywhere really but it's back in the eighteen hundreds so let's Roy. It's just it's horrible. I didn't know that but I'd like to think we're ready. I just an enormous fan of his. I think he's got the facing up too much oxygen as well. He's very captivating but different we met his <hes> the strategy head the woman who sort of the the mastermind behind the curtain. She's an incredibly impressive person met her last night but yeah he's lucky he's done a great who would have thought <hes>. It's just the you know what's impressive about these people. Is they even have the confidence to say okay. I'm mayor of city of one hundred fifty thousand people. I'm going to run for president that takes a lot of confidence one word for it yeah so what is it is a confidence or the delusion right right but right now it looks like confidence he has vision and also. I need you to help him explain. He keeps talking about you. Can't have you know what's more important democracy or capitalism. I still don't quite understand what he means about. I will ask me. He says a lot of things that are like that so there's yeah well. He's so smart but I don't really understand what he's saying Yeah Yeah it's Kinda describes Michael Bennet. He's very wonky yeah he does. He does explain and he's still my man. Though I know he was great he's in the wings wings all right. I will ask this these questions of these people any thank you Scott thank you. Thanks to thank you again for a wonderful very American N._F._l.. Affirmed by the algebra of happy everybody miserable anyway <hes> you were correct though Anyway Camilla Salazar producer show today Nishad Kirwa is pivots executive producer. Thanks also to Eric Johnson and Eric Andersen. Make sure you subscribe to the show at Apple podcast. If you like this week's episode leave us a review you can email us if you have any thoughts on on the show where suggestions or topics like to hear US discuss pivot at Vox Media Dot Com Pivot Everett the only pivot from vox media. We'll be back next week with another breakdown of all things tech at business. Hey this is Kara swisher before you jumped your next podcast. I'm going to tell you about a new event. That's happening later this summer in Brooklyn where I sometimes living. It's called the eater young gun summit. I'M GONNA go. It's a one day celebration ration- of the best food curated by eater editors. It's full of talks workshops tastings cocktails and more you learn from some of the most inspiring people in the food world participate in workshops led by rising culinary stars and tastes amazing food from.

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Apple's China struggles highlight US companies' trade war vulnerabilities

CNBC's Fast Money

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Apple's China struggles highlight US companies' trade war vulnerabilities

"That's added another voice to the conversations Kara Swisher, a well known to all of you, of course, have Recode Kerry there. Hi, I'm here you want to put this into perspective. Somebody who's followed this company in this space for an awfully long time. Yeah, there's a lack on your on anything China at the top of the line. I mean, the market in China and the pressures in China and apple one of the excessive apple was being successful in China that have seen the downside of a market that's contracting. There. The second thing is the lack of product, you know, the nation's bike slow down at apple. I just replace my iphone just last week and my kids, but I didn't rush towards it. It just was we were on on the upgrade system. So I think there's not excite. Ding products. And that's that's one of the part is whereas the new innovations coming out of the mobile market. This is primarily iphone. I think is what you're seeing here. And then it's the pressures of all these trade talks and the market itself being so the hard for company, and so you're going to see this impact on companies like apple who were big consumer products somebody essentially and then throughout tech going forward with whereas the innovation cycle for the next great group of products. And is there the economy to support it? You don't care Tim cook is always in some respects had to fight his way out of out of Steve Jobs as shadow amid amid megaphone calls that he's not innovating enough of that he's not leading the company enough into the future that it's so reliant on the iphone even though their services business as we both know is growing dramatically. Does that get underscored on a night like tonight? No, I don't think. So I think they've done really well since that Steve Jobs gone a long time with the. Tragedy when he died, obviously. And but I think he's been doing a great job with a company since then running the question, but I think all of these companies whenever someone the other day was asked me about app on. I said it's the product cycle like, where's their exciting new product. And where other exciting new entrepreneurs with in that company. I mean, it's group has been together a long time, and I'm not meaning to call them old. It's just they've had so many hits your kind of you know, you think of them as like this mazing fan who's just been doing hit after hit after hit. And so they've got to see what the what is the new product coming in. And is there one from this group, and at the same time, the stuff that Tim cook them with our companies just is Donna Shing insurance running the company and making you know, such a enormous economic powerhouse.

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Why the app economy wont touch your Christmas tree

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Why the app economy wont touch your Christmas tree

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Why the app economy won't touch your Christmas tree by Owen Thomas from business? Welcome back to tech chronicle if you choose to deck your in box with gave verbiage make it this newsletter used Christmas tree there's not an app for that in a non demand world can't just push button and get a Christmas tree my fellow journalists. Kara Swisher joke is that San Francisco is assisted living for millennials though. This particular query came from a boomer colleague, it seems like some combination of just in time logistics gig workers and magical ELS ought to be able to just put a Christmas tree in your living room. And this is the crucial invasion here. Folks, take it away when you're done. It turns out there are plenty of services that will get you a Christmas tree Dali and on-demand moving service which operates in the bay area has a seventy five dollar tree special. Delivery included, though, a tree stand his extra lights and decorations though for that you're on your own. Or maybe task rabbit, which offers a variety of holiday services, including event, decorating and lighting installation. Balsam hill sells pre lit plug and play Christmas trees, but does not accept returns after December twenty fifth. So forget about sending it back. If you're feeling ecological friends of the urban forest will rent you a tree for ninety five dollars. But pick up and delivery our on you. Hello task grab it again plant, man dot com. Interior scape will deliver and pick up a live Christmas tree for two hundred dollars up. But it's strictly a phone or Email joint. So no online ordering. It's twenty eighteen somehow all of our instant gratification takes too long. Consumer needs have not been met by the internet. If that's not an argument for a long, boom. I don't know. What is what I suspect is keeping people away from this market is the burden of what's called, reverse, logistics. That is getting rid of stuff consumers no longer want returns and exchanges, but devil online retailers for simple items, like apparel electronic. Can you imagine the costs for a business of decking, your warehouse halls with artificial Christmas trees that are only used once a year? It's far easier to put the burden of storage or recycling on the customer wasteful, though. That may seem when I get a pitch for a Christmas, tree pickup and delivery service all top to this bubble until then enjoy the old fashioned burden of going out hauling home etry and lighting it up the old fashioned way. That's how Ramona lump terrier will be getting her tree at any rate. Please don't put an internet connected light. Switch on the thing. Owen? Thomas quote of the week. The best thing about participating about the future is no one ever checks. If you were right. New media veteran Elizabeth Oester on the internet history podcast coming up markets are closed Wednesday for the state funeral president George H W Bush what I'm reading Rebecca Shuman tries to figure out when the nineties actually ended long reads a ban on gas cars JD. Morris looks at one California legislator who's trying to win us off internal combustion San Francisco Chronicle without the work partnership of Jeff dean and Sanjay gigawatt. Google might never have become Google James summers. Writes, a New Yorker speaking of which San Jose approved Google's one hundred ten million dollar land deal for a huge downtown development in the early hours of Wednesday. Rowland Lee reports San Francisco Chronicle.

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