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"lennox lennox" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"They're very strict in there. They kicked me out because I was off topic. So we're talking about windows right now. If you don't mind if you want to talk about Lennox Lennox it'd be so much better if you do switch I'm Gonna I'm gonNA Winston Churchill said no. I don't either. No you know when he said he said is a fanatic. Somebody who can't who can't stop the what is it. Oh crap I forgot a fanatic. Somebody who can't stop. Who wrote it down. Because I thought it was won't stop. Stop One stop. It's kind of that is kind of that. That is someone who won't change his mind and can't change the subject. Naima Lennox fanatic. It's good isn't it? Now that I've ruined Winston Churchill quotes. I heard that the history of mankind you know. There's a new book by our friend. Eric Larsen you like the devil in the White Saito. I bought it. Yeah me too. I'm excited is what is it really vile so this guy got access to Winston Churchill's daughter's diary for only the second time in History L. Second person that's ever been able to read it so if you thought led Zeppelin ever known has made a Career of writing history. But it's an novelist it's it's not nominalistic factual but it's such a good writer that you comes to awesome life awesome. It's called. This is plenty. Well you know don't really need to know about this boat's sinking or you know it it. He turns even topics that you might not think you're interested in into interesting. Dead Wake is lucid to those Italian. Yeah so yeah. This new one is about A saga of Churchill family and defiance during the blitz. It's funny because I've been looking for good Churchill Book. Yeah I just I just watch that recent movie why. The movies are so good. Good movies about him. I said I've got to read more about Churchill and FDR because such great leaders in you know not so long ago we we really had respond some great leaders in books. Great leaders right now are necessarily the hair. It's just it's nice to know it's possible remember. It can be like this and the funny thing was reviled. He was a hero during the war and then he got thrown out and was reviled for Longtime. He was reviled at the beginning of the war to this. Oh Yeah Oh yeah Paul Mary Joe. Thank you so much. What funding has been we? Put the show on the website As soon as we're done Cleaning it up and this won't take much to clean up so we should get out pretty quickly. You'll find twit dot TV slash W. W. also a youtube channel and You can also subscribe. That's really the best way to get it if you if you if you go to your favorite podcast application and subscribe. You're likely to get it before anyone else does. Thanks to cash run. Thanks.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Epstein's victim Virginia Jufri on what he called the injustice of claiming she was assaulted by Marvin Muskie Marvin Linski was an American cognitive cognitive scientists concerned largely with research of artificial intelligence and he was the CO founder of the MIT I lab and author of several texts covering A. and philosophy according to storm into teenager could have been presented as entirely willing while also argue over the use of terms like rape or sexual assault to describe to situation Richard Storman submitted the following letter September sixteenth to the Mit community. I am resigning getting affective immediately from my position and see sale at MIT. I am doing this due to the pressure on MIT and me over series of misunderstandings and mischaracterization nations Richard Storm in many computer users run a modified version of the genucel system every day without realizing it through a peculiar turn of events. The version of Canoe which is widely used today is often call all lyrics and many of its uses are not aware that it is basically the new system developed by the canoe project. There really is a Lennox and these people or using it but it's just part of the system they use Lennox is the kernel the program in the system to allocate the machine resources to the other programs that you run the colonel is an essential part of an operating system but useless by itself it can only function in the context of a complete operating system Lennox Lennox is normally used in combination with a canoe operating system. The whole system is basically canoe with lyrics added or canoe Lennox all the so called annex distributions are really distributions of Canoe Lennox many uses did not understand the difference between the kernel which is Lennox and the whole system which they also call Lenox..

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

02:46 min | 11 months ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on Racing Post

"Touching always runs runs on strongly towards the end of the race and people put them in their notebooks for next time but i just think he's quad disappointing host. It doesn't seem to put together when he should do. I think it's well worth taking nisa ripoffs whoa well taken and i'm not sure about the truck for him and george william hasn't won six october twenty seventeen so they're the top three in the market. I think all three can easily easily beaten. It's not really a race. I'll be russian better but if i was then our back gr- storm each way this is highly likely to green is target finished second and third in this race for the last two seasons goes. Really one of the truck is one on good to soft hair as well so the ground shouldn't be a problem was being bused scores five times last two years. I love squatty squatty. He was targeting this rex's. Well haagen spot on both times gruffly storm runoff marks of eighty nine hundred ninety. Seven place in this race runs eighty six four influence form at the moment last during clear with them former rival. I'll think he's an each way bet to nothing yeah. Okay strong case made them for graphite storm his shorter like the ground the feature h. o. neighbor use the three thirty five. It's a union about hungerford stakes group two and some really good model for heywood save voyage. His third in the minstrel stakes last works out really meanwhile oversea romanized based in in jaffna mewa last time he should be another who will be home on this grounded. James is a strong favourite. These are two to one favorites by sir <unk>. Hey seventy-two glorious journey eight to one space travel tend to <unk> by thank very much and you say you bucks it on every time we run some any one the lennox and then this last jaywalk connie do again about some in the lennox loss timeout when he won really impressive you must marseille us say voyages the horse if it turns heavy if the ground is heavy civil which is the one isn't he's proven heavy ground. Saddad slalom doesn't really need need a little bit quicker getting older. You can handle a bit better does give it's just heavy on the shore about if his bottomless struggle but i was with a david ellsworth had a tough seasons to win as i think since january one of them was saddam lost them on the lennox lennox and this has been they've been his targets. He's prime for miss rice every time going to back him again. I think i think he's the one puts them. I'm going to keep an eye on the ground. Okay and can you see anything else getting into insult you know we've got the likes of debris to breezy reappear in from a really big absence and flaming spare again behind saddam's lot last time to tiny blame sources yeah i was gonna mention another one a slightly bigger price but none none of none of those to the we've been doing a bob a conflict with performance data voteless looking at it straight off of these horses and interesting thing they came up with.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Most of this is not gonna be on windows, ten or whatever enemy. The real future of the stuff is IOT in cloud, and things that are not necessarily windows ten native but. But if that was your investment if that was your career path does does no dead end. You better because it's going to be cross platform now exactly. A wall gardens anymore. Right. Well, yeah, I know too much but dot net is a cross platform now. Right. So five. Is replacing the proprietor dot net framework and salmon. Is that what they're is it because of Aaron part of it part of the story, but I used dot net. Mac, for instance, is really, I think it is fair to say that the work that Miguel and those folks did on mono and bringing dot net to was just Lennox Lennox. Amac us or whatever was absolutely. That's kind of key a trigger for this for sure. But, but also just Microsoft's general openness to the rest of the world. I mean this is just the Microsoft today. If Microsoft ended vented dot net today and not in two thousand two thousand one whenever that was, it would absolutely be open source and cross platform, and now roaming, tastes dot net. What is done? I mean. I mean, if if it's not. Windows, framework, then what is done that? Well, it is a framework in. It's a run with Barr says the framework now. That's cross platform. Yeah, it's, it's a lot like Java act. Frankly, I mean and I was talking to Richard Campbell about this last week or ten days ago, whenever I asked I said, listen, I said, can you give it's funny that question because I said, I feel like I do understand what Don is. But, but he's dot net expert. I said, can you give an elevator pitch for dot net? He's like, what do you mean? I mean, can you explain to a normal person like my wife what this thing is? And why it's important and why it's amazing that is going cross PA rum. And he said, yeah, I said, get. So we'll talk to you sometime. We'll do that. Okay. Yeah. So you can though. If you actually do a search on Google, and or or being if you'd like what is dot net? You see the same block diagram come up all the time. Right. So bottom layer, commonly language Runtime than there's class libraries than there's all each like successive level. A little more proprietary, I would say, like when forms. Yes. It's a series of tubes. And, you know, at the top than you see people adding dot net API's for the store and.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"And we thank them for the support makes the tick podcast possible. Leila point the tech. Eighty eight ask Leo Johnny Jeter travel guru coming up just a little bit. But let's get back to the phones line three Bryant eerie PA. Hello bryant. How are you? Welcome. So I wanted to talk about the windows seven end of support deadline. I would get a call about this one. Go ahead. My mother has windows seven desktop, right? He really have an internet service provider. She uses the Verizon hotspot to provide good access to the internet. So I was wondering should I just did her new device like MAC, mini or something? Well, let me let me give you a little bit of reprieve. It doesn't soup, you know, extended support which means patches for security issues for windows seven doesn't end till January fourteenth twenty twenty. So last patch. Patch Tuesday January of next year. So you have a year. It's not urgent. But it is. You know, it is going to it's bothersome because windows seven really was pretty close to a perfect version of windows. They gave away as you know, a free upgrade to windows seven users for about two years when was ten came up. But they've discontinued that now and. Oh, if you maybe if you don't their ways in ways to get it. Yeah. So does she not want the upgrade? Downloaded the internet constraints. Well, you could download it and put it on a USB key and bring it over. Probably. Yeah. The free upgrade is if you can get it to work, and I think there are ways to do it. I can't remember what the deal is. But if you can get that to work, I was wondering if Microsoft might bring it back, you know, because of the end of life on windows seven next year. But you asked an interesting question, which I'm not sure I would turn you away from. I think a MAC mini would be an excellent update to her machine. It's got to be at least five years old now, right? Came out. So okay. Okay. So I don't know. Well, yeah. That's it's. Yeah. So. What does she use her computer for? I guess it would be the question. And. What does she use for her photography? What software? Really? I'm impressed. You obviously got her set up. Well, bryant. Give of course is the open source canoe, image processing software. That's really good. But kinda hard to use. But it's as powerful as shop. Yeah. She's figured it out. She's comfortable with the nice thing about by the way, it's called the gym for some reason. But then I about him. Is it works on windows? But it also works on MAC and really works on lenox too. So that's another option for you. If she's happy with the hardware, you could always put Lennox on that desktop, and and frankly, you know, there are Lennox distributions Bundestag good choice. But there's elementary OS their lyrics distributions designed for refugees from windows that are very similar, you know, they'll have a start menu. If she using gamp, you can't put light room on Lennox Lennox is a free operating system, but it's widely supported on PC's almost every PCL just fine..

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Does she used for her photography? What software? Really? Depress. You obviously got her set up. Well, bryant. Give of course is the open source canoe, image processing software. That's really good. But kinda hard to use. But it's as powerful as shop. Yeah. She's figured it out. She's comfortable with the nice thing about by the way, it's called thug him for some reason. But then I look about him. Is it works on windows? But it also works on MAC and really it works on lenox too. So that's another option for you. If she's happy with the hardware, you could always put Lennox on that desktop, and and frankly, you know, there are Lennox distributions have bunches good choice, but there's elementary OS their Lennox distributions designed for refugees from windows that are very similar, you know, they'll have a start menu. If she's using give I mean, you can't put light room on Lennox Lennox is a free operating system that's widely supported on PC's almost every PCL Renna, just fine. You can't put, but you can't put a windows you can. But it doesn't run well running windows apps on it. But, but if she doesn't using a windows f she's using new image processor. You know, she might what else does she do. She. Yeah. A website now she's pretty sophisticated. All right. Yes. So anything to do with the browser. You can do just fine MAC windows. Lennox fact, you know, the chromosome Lennox his fire FOX, you could also use chrome OS, but since she's a photography wants photo editing software, Lennox might be a better choice for than than either of those and that's free. So this is a this is going to be a hard. You're going to have a difficult conversation with your mother mom, we need to talk. I think it's time for you to move. But she might be easy to get her to do that. Because he's already using Gipp. That's really interesting. How did she kind of that? Did you sit around with it? Yeah. You're obviously, you really. Did it did it did she's figured out how to use it? Color and exposure time. That's all she does. Okay. So that would be then another choice would be a chrome book or a chrome OS device or chrome box because it's all browser. So she could do her wicks pages and everything is chrome. And there there is limited photo editing certainly that much photo editing available in it either through Google on photos app, which actually has a pretty good editing in the browser or something called polar which is with spell with two RS PO L A are easier to use than it would do the things she's doing a gift very easily. So from a security point of view, by the way, chrome OS is Lennox with Google special Google sauce on top of it that makes it basically a chrome browser. Plus, she can't also install Android apps on many chrome boxes. The chrome, boxes inexpensive. That's the other advantage of it. And it's much more secure than any solution out there. So that's another thing to consider you. You'll have to go and sit up whatever it is. Right. Yeah. So you have it. The good news. Is you have a year? And actually, honestly XP went out of life. People continue to use it. If there was a big problem Microsoft did patch it and really what would finally kill X P was not Microsoft's end of life. But the fact that both Google and Mozilla decided not to update their browsers to work with it. So there were no up-to-date browsers in that is not a good thing for an operating system. So that took two more years after the end of life. So it may.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's car guy time Sam apple Senate is here back from CAS where you saw with their cars at CSM there. There were some cars here at in Las Vegas. See, you know, it's interesting over the last several years, you know, everybody started to thank C S as a car shell. But it's it's different from any other of the traditional auto shows like the Detroit auto show that kicks off by the evening and an ended tomorrow where it's not a place where carmakers usually go to introduce new new products. They got the Detroit auto show for that. They don't need. Yeah. And you know, what you know, what we usually see at CBS is kind of the technology. That's five or ten years down the road stuff autonomous vehicles connected vehicles. And even even some stuff that's coming a little bit sooner, you know, one of the big topics. This week was a lot of discussion of integrating voice assistance into cars had talks with several different companies including Amazon about how they're integrating. Alexa auto into cars IBM. Of course, Google, you know, bringing assistant and cars, they pulled it into Google maps. So, you know, there was a lot of that kind of discussion. But I remember four with Ford sync had their own voice assistant. My ATI has its own voice assistant, tesla has its own voices. It's and none of them hold a candle to any of the commercial echo or even Siri. Yeah. That's that's a big part of why everybody's trying to pull in these other systems integrate these other systems into cars because you've talked about this in the past where you know, one of the problems, we're trying to do voice control is, you know, it takes a lot of computing power to do that. And so it was it's it's been hard hard to do that. Consistently especially in the automotive. Environ? Course, they don't wanna put expensive commanders in their cars. But that's what they're starting to do. I'm going to do that. That's good. Yeah. The one of the a lot of the discussion I had this week with various company was around kind of where they're going with computing individual. And so we we've had chips in our cars since the nineteen seventies. They started when we started rolling out emission control and fuel economy standards in the nineteen seventies. He started putting a lot of chips into cars, and it's gradually grown most meal. Modern cars today can have as many as seventy five to one hundred individual computers. Scattered around our controlling everything from your radio to your your fuel injection system to your steering. There's even a body computer that you know, when you press the power window switch that makes the power windows, go up and down or to control the seats and things like that. So there's a lot of these little tiny. Computers around there. What we're starting to see now is a trend towards fewer. More powerful computers because all of those computers over the last thirty forty years, it'd been kind of added on piecemeal as we added a new function we brought in a new computer for you would call them electron of control unit because they're simple simple. We knows than a desktop PC. Yeah. Exactly. In fact, many cases, not even that power. Yeah. So this is an interesting issue though. Because the the advantage of having all those separate computers is your car, it's harder to hack your car. But with a centralized computer system, controlling the whole car somebody were to get into it. Your car would be vulnerable. You would be vulnerable. Yep. -solutely, and you know, I mean, this is one of the issues with going to connected and automated vehicles is that the whole security issue, if your your phone gets hacked, you might lose information. It's drive you into the into the guardrail. Yeah. You know, that may be the case if your car gets hack, so I think of the car computers, besides the things like the fuel injection controllers as being the telematics stuff, which is kind of the I don't know how how what does telematics is like the onstar telematics is, you know, the the connectivity. That's been in. That's in cars, and it's getting increasingly common. So that's the having a cellular data modem in your car that can communicate with the data center San sandwich. And then there's an entertainment media system, which is often a computer these days. Yeah. And then that's separate from the in hopes that separated their separate units. But they're connected to they can talk to each other. You know, you have a network in the car all these things can talk to each. And then is there a third like computer for controlling the car itself the engine and so forth? Yeah. So you have a powertrain computer that controls the engine. And the transmission you've got computers for your electronics stability control. If you starting starting to get there. These are all separate controllers. Are they eventually going to merge into a single controller or? Yeah. That's that's definitely the direction that people are going in fact, Invidia and Mercedes-Benz made an announcement on Tuesday that they are going to be developing a power essentially a supercomputer for the car. I mean in video already offers up a supercomputer platform for automated driving systems, they call. I guess that's what I'm wondering is this being driven by the move to a Thomas vehicles. Were you need that's sophisticated? Yeah. That's part of it. And part of it is because we have all these other things, and you know, they're just trying to consolidate them all and provide make it easier to do things like over the air updates and in one of the advantages. Tesla had you know, part of the reason why they were able to do over the air updates when they launched the model S is because they were starting from scratch. They didn't have any legacy computers in the car. So they just built a central computer to begin with. And so they have this the centralized system, and that's the direction that the whole industry is going to be moving towards in the next few years, although we're still going to have some some computers at the edge of the vehicle is well for some of the the the emergency assistance systems since like automatic emergency breaking now, you're still going to have, you know, small this week computers that are enacted directly to the actually don't want a blue screen is stop you from stopping now. Definitely not. And I noticed this on the test like can reset the entertainment unit. The big screen in them in the middle of the car, still drives, obviously that's a separate computer. Naturally. I think it, you know, what the what's happening is as we go to these centralized systems. We're going to you know, to hyper visor, so you're getting virtual, Michelle. I'm rebooting one. Big computer? But it's running a bunch of virtual machines on hyper visor that manages all that. So you can reset your your infotainment system without shutting down the whole car. That makes sense says the virtual machine, and it's rebooting. Wow. I didn't realize that what operating system our cars using. Are they using windows MacIntosh? What do they do? No. I mean, if for a lot of the small computers that are around the car, they don't even really have an operating system is such. I just have you know, very simple scheduler that they're just runs a loop. And and goes through their dedicated chips there Acer. Things things like your infotainment system. In many cases, are running on q and x from blackberry or Lennox Lennox is getting increasingly popular in a lot of these applications, and there's there's some other stuff from companies like when river, but you and apps and Lennox are two of the the big ones. That are that are powering a lot of this Democrats ran my old Ford sync, but Microsoft kinda got outta that business. Yeah. Most most of the companies Ford was the main one that was using windows windows, CE for sink and Fiat did some stuff as well. But they moved to Q and apps, but just to give you an idea of how things have progressed over the last ten years the first time I like to see us was in two thousand eight and I got a ride in the Chevy Tahoe. That won the DARPA urban challenge. I was my first ride in autonomous vehicle that thing had big SUV. The back end was full of racks of computer servers. It had ten core. Two duo servers in there. Combined combined computing power of about one point eight billion instructions per second. Okay. And the the Invidia Pegasus system that they're selling. Now, there's they're sending shipping samples to their customers. Now is a single board. That's about you know, roughly the size of a lap of a typical laptop like a thirteen inch laptop got four main chips on there. It does three hundred and twenty trillion per second. Wow. Just like everything else. Cars are getting smarter and SAM's gonna cover it for us. He's our new car guy Samuelson, and he's an analyst for navigate research,.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's car guy time Sam Senate is here back from CAS where you saw were their cars at CSM. There were some cars here at in Las Vegas. You know, it's interesting over the last several years, you know, everybody started to think of CS is a car shell. But it's it's different from any other of the traditional auto shows like the Detroit auto show that kicks off the evening and an ended tomorrow where it's not a place where carmakers usually go to introduce new new products. They got the Detroit auto show for that. They don't need. Yeah. And you know, what you know, what we usually see at CAS is kind of the technology. That's five or ten years down the road. You know, the stuff autonomous vehicles connected vehicles. And even even some stuff that's coming a little bit sooner, you know, one of the big topics. This week was a lot of discussion of integrating voice assistance into cars had talks with several different companies including Amazon about how they're integrating. Alexa, auto into cars IBM, of course, Google bringing assistant and cars, they pulled it into Google maps. So, you know, there was a lot of that kind of discussion. But I remember four with Ford sync had their own voice assistant. My ATI has its own voice assistant, tesla has its own voice assistant, and none of them have hold a candle to any of the commercial echo or even Siri. Yeah. And that's that's a big part of why you know, everybody's trying to pull in these other systems integration. These other systems into cars because I think you've talked about this in the past where you know, one of the problems, we're trying to do voice control is takes a lot of computing power to do that. And so it was it's it's been hard hard to do that. Consistently especially in the automotive. Environ? Course, they don't wanna put expensive commanders in the cars. But that's what they're starting to do that. That's good. Yeah. The one of the a lot of the discussion I had this week with various companies was around kind of where they're going with computing in the vehicle, and so we we we've had chips in our cars since the nineteen seventies. This started when we started rolling out emission controls and fuel economy standards in the nineteen seventies. He started putting a lot of chips into cars and gradually grown. Most Neil modern cars today in have as many as seventy five to one hundred individual computers. Scattered around our. Yeah. Controlling everything from your radio to your your fuel injection system to your steering. There's even a body computer that you know, when you press the power window switch that makes the power windows, go up and down or to control the seats and things like that. So there's a lot of these little tiny computers around there. What we're starting to see now is a trend towards Hewer. More powerful computers because all of those computers over the last thirty forty years, it'd been kind of added on piecemeal as we added a new function. We brought in a new computer for you. We call them electronic control units. Because back, you know, they're they're simple. Very simple. You we knows than a desktop PC. Yeah. Exactly. Many cases not even that power. Yeah. So this is an interesting issue though. Because. The the advantage of having all those separate computers is your car is harder to hack your car. But with a centralized computer system. Controlling the whole car somebody were to get into it. Your car would be vulnerable. You would be vulnerable. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, I mean, this is one of the issues with going to connected and automated vehicles is that the whole security issue, if your your phone gets hacked, you might lose information, it's its drive you into the into the garden. Yeah. That may be the case if your targets hack, so I think of the car computers besides the things like the fuel injection controllers as being the telematics stuff, which is kind of. I don't know. I don't know how how what does telematics is. It's like the onstar telematics is, you know, the the connectivity. That's been in the cars, and it's getting increasingly common. So that's the having a cellular data modem in your car that can communicate with the data center where and then there's an entertainment media system, which is often a computer these days. Yeah. And then and that's separate from the telephone hopes that separated, and then there's there's separate units. But they're connected to they can talk to each other have a network in the car with all these things can talk to each other. And then is there a third like computer for controlling the car itself the engine and so forth? Yeah. So you have a powertrain computer that controls the engine. And the transmission you've got computers for your electric, stability control. If you starring starting to get there. So these are all separate controllers. Are they eventually going to merge into a single controller or? Yeah. That's that's definitely the direction that people are going in fact, Invidia and Mercedes-Benz made an announcement on Tuesday that they are going to be developing a power essentially a supercomputer for the car. I mean Invidia already offers a supercomputer platform for automated driving systems, they call. I guess that's what I'm wondering is this being driven by the move to a Thomas vehicles where you need that's sophisticated computer. Yeah. That's part of it. Part of it is because we have all these other things, and you know, they're just trying to consolidate them all and provide make it easier to do things like over the air updates and mean, one of the advantages, tesla had you know, part of the reason why they were able to do over the air updates when they launched the model S is because they were starting from scratch. They didn't have any legacy computers in the car. So they just built a central computer to begin with. And so they have this the centralized system, and that's the direction that the whole industry is going to be moving towards in the next few years, although we're still going to have some some computers at the edge of the vehicle is well for some of the the the emergency assistance systems since like, automatic emergency. Breaking you're still going to have you know, small the speak computers. That are connected directly to. Sensors and the actually don't want a blue screen is stop you from stop definitely not. And I noticed this on the test. I can reset the entertainment unit. The big screen in them in the middle of the car, still drives, obviously that's a separate computer. Actually, I think it, you know, what the what's happening is as we go to these centralized systems. We're going to you know, to hyper visor, so you're getting virtual I'm rebooting one big, computer. It's running a bunch of virtual machines on hyper visor that manages all that. So you can reset your your infotainment system without shutting down the whole car. That makes sense says a virtual machine, and it's rebooting. Wow. I didn't realize that what operating system our cars using. Are they using windows MacIntosh? What do they do? No. I mean for for a lot of the small computers that are around the car. They don't even really have an operating system is such just have, you know, very simple scheduler that they're just runs a loop and goes through their dedicated chips their AC. Things things like your infotainment system. In many cases are running on June x blackberry or Lennox Lennox's, getting increasingly popular and a lotta these applications, and there's there's some other. Stuff from companies like when river, but you and accident Lennox are two of the big ones. That are that are powering a lot of this Microsoft. My old Ford sync, but Microsoft kinda got out of that business. Yeah. Most most of the companies Ford was the main one that was using windows windows, CE for sink and did some stuff as well. But they they moved to Q and apps, but just to give you an idea of kind of how things have progressed over the last ten years the first time I'd like to see us was in two thousand eight and I got a ride in the Chevy Tahoe. That won the DARPA urban challenge. I was on my first ride and Thomas vehicle that thing had big SUV. The back end was full of racks of computer servers. It had ten core. Two duo servers in. Combined computing power of about one point eight billion instructions per second. Okay. And the the Invidia Pegasus system that they're selling. Now, there's they're sending shipping samples to their customers. Now is a single board. That's above you know, roughly the size of a lap of typical laptop a thirteen inch laptop got four main ships on there. It does three hundred and twenty trillion per second. Wow. Just like everything else. Cars are getting smarter and SAM's gonna cover it for us. He's our new car guy. Sample submit. He's an analyst for navigate research,.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wow. I didn't realize that what operating system our cars using. Are they using windows MacIntosh? What do they do? No. I mean for a lot of the the small computers that are around the car. They don't even really have an operating system is such just have, you know, very simple scheduler that just runs a loop. And and go Sers advocated chips Acer. Yeah. Some of the estimated things things like your infotainment system, in many cases are running on q and x from blackberry, and or Lennox Lennox is getting increasingly popular in a lot of these applications, and there's some other stuff from companies like when river, but you and excellent Lennox are two of the big ones that are that are powering a lot of this stuff. I read my old Ford sync, but Microsoft kinda got out of activeness. Yeah. Most most of the company's Ford was the main one that was using windows windows, CE for sink and Fiat did some stuff as well. But they've moved to Q and apps, but just to give you an idea. Of kind of how things have progressed over the last ten years. The first time I'd like to see us was in two thousand eight and I got a ride in the Chevy Tahoe. That won the DARPA urban challenge. I was my first ride and Thomas vehicle that thing had, you know, big SUV, the back end was full of racks of computer servers. It had ten core. Two duo servers in there. Combat combined computing power of about one point eight billion instructions per second. Okay. And the the Invidia Pegasus system that they're selling now that there's they're sending shipping samples to their customers. Now is a single board. That's about you know, roughly the size of a lap of a typical laptop like a thirteen inch laptop Scott four main chips on there. It does three hundred and twenty trillion second. Wow. Just like everything else. Cars are getting smarter and was going to cover it for us. He's our new car guy. Sam. Analysts for navigate.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Leo laporte. The tech guy. Eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo the phone number back to the phones we go. Bob and Hershey PA. Hello, bob. How are you today? Good. How are you today? I'm great. Does it smell like chocolate everywhere in Hershey? Some days. It does. Yes. That wouldn't be a bad sound. That's never a bad thing. Oh, I think it's good. You don't want to know it, smells like out here in farm country chocolate. What can what can I do for you? They. Well, I have an older MAC that I can't upgrade any longer. It's El capitan on it. And I wanted to see if I can do anything with that. Because. Older PC's, and I usually put Lennox on it. But I wasn't sure about that. It's a little harder on a MacIntosh. Unfortunately, there's a lot more proprietary stuff. But you can I mean, if you look, you know, Google Lennox MacIntosh, you'll find you know, what the issues are. And so forth. Google your particular model. It's true. All computers, not all computers work with Lennox Lennox is a free, and I think a very high quality operating system. I use it all the time not as a fallback because my computer's old. But because I like it. And I think it would often work better on a low ram low processor computer than you know, obviously apple doesn't think it's good enough to run. Mojave on it. So let's let's try that. Otherwise, you could continue to run it without capitain. But do something else with it. Make it a server you can download the apple server software from the app store put that on there, and it would probably run just fine. And when you put MAC OS server on there, you probably want to harden it a little bit because security, you know, you're not gonna get security updates anymore. So, but that doesn't mean you can't use it as a server. The server itself suffer itself lets you turn off ports and things like that. Those about the two things you can do with an Almac. You can also donate it. And there may there may be people out there who who would like it. How how old is it is it is it? I mack. Two thousand nine and it's it's still runs. Yes. Sad thing. That's perfectly fine. Macbook pro the the improvements Intel's made in the last five or six years have been negligible. So a two thousand nine MAC book pro at you know, we actually some of my employees are still using older man froze because I'm cheap and they work fine. It does. Yeah. So you might be able to put on it. You might not it really, especially a laptop that even that that gets even more proprietary Lennox is great. But it's supported most cases by enthusiasts who create drivers for the hardware. They use. And when you have apple proprietary hardware, sometimes it's just not easy for them to write their own drivers. And so they may not exist. I think I think you might be able to do it. I would just Google it and see, you know, what will work and what won't. Okay. I would look at something like coupon to with a K K U B U N T U or X boon to ex- UB U N T U, those run well on older hardware. Okay. Very good. Have a great one. All right. Our show today as always brought to you by the you, can you can you smell it. We need it here in Petaluma not chocolate smell. No, the molecule are molecule air freshener means that. How can I describe this pedal? Luma rat about this time of year. They fertilize the fields. And it's not pleasant. There's also, you know, fresh paint, they just painted the bathrooms. There's they tarred the roof a couple of weeks ago. And then we had the fires in northern California. Every case it made it almost impossible sit here in the studio until we got the molecule the molecule air purifier. It's the only purifier that actually works. As far as I'm concerned, it's not a filter that was invented in World War, Two and half. But really what it does is. It's like you're a particle collector. It. It collects traps large particles, not the small ones that can really cause problems like mold viruses bacteria volatile organic compounds like paint formaldehyde from the carpets molecules the only air purifier that actually does more than trap pollutants. It destroys them with nanotechnology before you inhale them before you get that headache or start feeling ill. My wife, we moved into the country five years ago to get headaches every morning she wake up with a headache. So we got the molecule. That's.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Leo laporte. The tech guy. Eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo the phone number back to the phones we go. Bob and Hershey PA. Hello, bob. How are you today? Good. How are you today? I'm great. Does it smell like chocolate everywhere in Hershey? Some days it does. Yes. That wouldn't be a bad sense. That's never a bad thing. Oh, I think it's good. You don't want wanna know it, smells like out here in farm country chocolate. What can what can I do for you today? Well, I have an older MAC. That. Upgrade any longer. It's gotta El capitan on it. And I wanted to see if I can do anything with that. Because. Older PC's, and I usually put lettuce on it. But I wasn't sure about that. And I it's a little harder on a MacIntosh. Unfortunately, there's a lot more proprietary stuff. But you can I mean, if you look, you know, Google Lennox MacIntosh, you'll find you know, what the issues are. And so forth. Google your particular model. It's true. All computers, not all computers work with Lennox Lennox is a free, and I think a very high quality operating system. I use it all the time not as a fallback because my computer's old. But because I like it. And I think it would often work better on a low ram low processor computer than you know, obviously apple doesn't think it's good enough to run. Mojave on it. So let's let's try that. Otherwise, you could continue to run it with El capitain, but do something else with it. Make it a server you can download the apple server software from the app store put that on there, and it would probably run just fine. And when you put MAC OS on there, you probably want to harden it a little bit because security, you know, you're not gonna get security updates anymore. So, but that doesn't mean you can't use it as a server the server itself suffered lets you turn off ports and things like that. Those about the two things you can do with an Almac. You can also donate it. And there may there may be people out there who who would like it. How how old is it is it is it is. Amac. Domecq book pro which from two thousand nine and it's it's still. Yes. Sad thing. That's perfectly fine. Macbook pro the the improvements Intel's made in the last five or six years have been negligible. So two thousand nine macbook pro at you know, we actually some of my employees are still using older froze because I'm cheap and they work fine. Yeah. It does. Yeah. So you might be able to put Lennox on it, you might not it really, especially a laptop that even that that gets even more proprietary Lennox is great. But it's supported most cases by enthusiasts to create drivers for the hardware. They use. And when you have apple proprietary hardware, sometimes it's just not easy for them to write their own drivers. And so they may not exist. I think I think you might be able to do it. I would just Google it and see what will work and what won't. Okay. I would look at something like kupuna to with a K K U B U N T U or X to X UB U N T, you those run well on older hardware. Okay. Very good. Have a great one take care. All right. Our show today as always brought to you by the you, can you can you smell it. We need it here in Petaluma not chocolate smell. No, the molecule are molecule air freshener means that how can I describe this pedal? Luma rat about this time of year. They they fertilize the fields. And it's not pleasant. There's also, you know, fresh paint, they just painted the bathrooms. There's they tarp the roof a couple of weeks ago. And then we had the fires in northern California. Every case it made it almost impossible sit here in the studio until we got the molecule the molecule air purifier. It's the only purifier that actually works. As far as I'm concerned. It's not a heck of filter that was in World War, Two and half. Really? What it does is? It's like you're a particle collector, it it collects entraps large particles, not the.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"We'll talk to you next week. Chris. See them. Leo laporte. They tech guy. Eight eighty eight ask Leo the phone number back to the phones we go. Bob and Hershey PA. Hello, bob. How are you today? Good. How are you today? I'm great. Does this smell like chocolate everywhere in Hershey? Some days it does. Yes. That wouldn't be a bad sense. Oh, I think it's good. You would you don't wanna know it, smells like out here in farm country. Chocolate. What what can I do for you? They. Older MAC that I can't upgrade any longer. It's gotta El capitan on it. And I wanted to see if I can do anything with that. Because. I use it on it. But I wasn't sure about that. And it's a little harder on a MacIntosh. Unfortunately, there's a lot more proprietary stuff. But you can I mean, if you look, you know, Google links MacIntosh, you'll find you know, what the issues are. And so forth. Google your particular model. It's true. All computers, not all computers work with Lennox Lennox is free. And I think a very high quality operating system. I use it all the time not as a fallback because my computer's old. But because I like it, and I think it would often work better on a low ram low processor computer than you know, obviously apple doesn't think it's good enough to run Mojave on it. So let's let's try that. Otherwise, you could continue to run it with L capitain. But do something else with it. Make it a server you can download the apple server software from the app store put that on there, and it would probably run just fine. And when you put MAC OS server on there, you probably want to harden it a little bit because security, you know, you're not gonna get security updates anymore. So, but that doesn't mean you can't use it as a server the server itself suffered self lets you turn off port. And things like that. Those about the two things you can do with an Almac. You can also donate it. And there may there may be people out there who who would like it. How how old is it is it is it? I mack. Pro from two thousand nine and it's it's still yes. Sad thing. That's perfectly fine. Mac book. Pro the the improvements Intel's made in the last five or six years have been negligible. So two thousand nine macbook pro, you know, we actually some of my employees are still using older froze because I'm cheap and they work fine. It does. Yeah. So you might be able to put Lennox on. It might not it really, especially laptop that even that that gets even more proprietary Lennox is great. But it's supported most cases by enthusiasts to create drivers for the hardware. They use. And when you have apple proprietary hardware, sometimes it's just not easy for them to write their own drivers. And so they may not exist. I think I think you might be able to do it. I would just Google it and see, you know, what will work and what won't. Okay. I would look at something like kupuna to with a K K U B U N T U or X two X UB U N T U, those run well on older hardware. Okay. Have a great one take. All right Tyler Oklahoma City. Hello tyler. Going wonderful. Welcome to the show. What can I do for you? Ten.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Leo laporte. The tech guy. Eighty-eight mediate ask Leo the phone number back to the phones we go. Bob, Hershey PA. Hello, bob. How are you today? How are you today? I'm great. Does this smell like chocolate everywhere in Hershey? Some days. It does. Yes. That wouldn't be a bad. Sam. That's never a bad thing. Oh, I think it's good. You don't wanna know it, smells like out here in farm country. Chocolate. What can what can I do for you today? Well, I have an older MAC that. I can't upgrade any longer. It's El capitain on it. And I wanted to see if I can do anything with that. Because. PC's, and I usually put Lennox on it. But I wasn't sure about that. And I it's a little harder on a MacIntosh. Unfortunately, there's a lot more proprietary stuff. But you can I mean, if you look, you know, Google Lennox MacIntosh, you'll find you know, what the issues are. And so forth. Google your particular model. It's true ball computers. Not all computers work with Lennox Lennox is a free, and I think a very high quality operating system. I use it all the time not as a fallback because my computer's old. But because I like it. And I think it would often work better. On a low ram low processor computer than you know, obviously apple doesn't think it's good enough to run. Mojave on it. So let's let's try that. Otherwise, you could continue to run it with El capitain, but do something else with make it a server you can download the apple server software from the app store put that on there, and it would probably run just fine. And when you put Macas server on there, you probably want to harden it a little bit because security, you know, you're not gonna get security updates anymore. So, but that doesn't mean you can't use it as a server. The server itself suffer itself lets you turn off ports and things like that. Those about the two things you can do with an old. You can also donate it. And there may there may be people out there who would like it. How how old is it is it is it? I mack. Macbook pro which from two thousand nine and it's it's still done this. Yes. Sad thing. That's perfectly fine. Mac book pro that the improvements Intel's made in the last five or six years have been negligible. So two thousand nine macbook pro at you know, we actually some of my employees are still using older froze because I'm cheap and they work fine. Yeah. It does. Yeah. So you might be able to put Lennox on it, you might not it really, especially a laptop that even that that gets even more proprietary Lennox is great. But it's supported most cases by enthusiasts to create drivers for the hardware. They use. And when you have apple proprietary hardware, sometimes it's just not easy for them to write their own drivers. So they may not exist. I think I think you might be able to do it. I would just Google it and see what will work and what won't. Okay. I would look at something like Kuban to with a K K U B U N T U or X Ubuntu ex UB U N T, you those run well on older hardware. Okay. Have a great one. All right. Our show today as always brought to you by the. The. Can you smell it? We needed here in Petaluma not to the chocolate smell. No, the molecule are molecule air freshener means that. How can I describe this pendulum rat about this time of year? They they fertilize the fields. It's not pleasant. There's also, you know, fresh paint, they just painted the bathrooms. There's. They tarred the roof a couple of weeks ago. And then we had the fires in northern California. Every case it made it almost impossible sit here in the studio until we got the molecule the molecule air purifier. It's the only purifier that actually works. As far as I'm concerned. It's not a hypothesis that was invented in World War Two. And really what it does is. It's like you're a particle collector, it it collects entraps large particles, not the small ones that can really cause problems like mold viruses bacteria volatile organic compounds like paint formaldehyde from the carpets molecules the only air purifier that actually does more than trap pollutants. It destroys them with nanotechnology before you inhale them before you get that headache or start feeling ill. My wife used to we moved into the country five years ago to get headaches every morning she wake up with a headache. So we got the molecule. That's.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Leo the phone number back to the phones we go. Bob and Hershey PA. Hello, bob. How are you today? Good. How are you today? I'm great. Does it smell like chocolate everywhere in Hershey? Some days. It does. Yes. That wouldn't be a bad sound. That's never a bad thing. Oh, I think it's good. You don't want to know it, smells like out here in farm country. Chocolate. What can what can I do for you today? Well, I have an older MAC that I can't upgrade any longer. It's got El capitan on it. And I wanted to see if I can do anything with that. Because. Older PC's, and I usually put Lennox on it. But I wasn't sure about that. And it's a little harder on a MacIntosh. Unfortunately, there's a lot more proprietary stuff. But you can I mean, if you look, you know, Google Lennox and MacIntosh, you'll find you know, what the issues are. And so forth. Google your particular model. True all computers, not all computers work with Lennox Lennox is a free, and I think of very high quality operating system, I use it all the time not as a fallback because my computer's old. But because I like it. And I think it would often work better on a low ram low processor computer than you know, obviously apple doesn't think it's good enough to run. Mojave on it. So let's let's try that. Otherwise, you could continue to run it with El capitain, but do something else with it. Make it a server you can download the apple server software from the app store put that on there, and it would probably run just fine. And when you put a MAC OS server on there, you probably want to harden it a little bit because security, you know, you're not gonna get security updates anymore. So, but that doesn't mean you can't use it as a server. The server itself suffer itself lets you turn off ports and things like that. Those about the two things you can do with an Almac. You can also donate it. And there may there may be people out there who who would like it. How how old is it is it is it? I mack. Book pro which in two thousand nine and it's it's still runs. Yes. Sad thing. That's perfectly fine. Macbook pro the the improvements Intel's made in the last five or six years have been negligible. So two thousand nine macbook pro, you know, we actually some of my employees are still using older man froze because I'm Jeep and they work fine. Yeah. It does. Yeah. So you might be able to put Lennox on it, you might not it really, especially a laptop that even that that gets even more proprietary Lennox is great. But it's supported most cases by enthusiasts who create drivers for the hardware. They use. And when you have apple proprietary hardware, sometimes it's just not easy for them to write their own drivers. And so they may not exist. I think I think you might be able to do it. I would just Google it and see what will work and what won't. Okay. I would look at something like Khoo boon to with a K K U B U N T U or X Ubuntu X UB U N T U, those run well on older hardware. Okay. Okay. Very good. Have a great one take you. All right. Our show today as always brought to you by the. Can you can you smell it? We needed here in Petaluma not chocolate smell. No, the molecule are molecule air freshener means that how can I describe this pedal? Luma rat about this time of year. They they fertilize the fields. And it's not pleasant. There's also, you know, fresh paint, they just painted the bathrooms. There's they tarred the roof a couple of weeks ago. And then we had the fires in northern California. Every case it made it almost impossible sit here in the studio until we got the molecule the molecule air purifier. It's the only purifier that actually works. As far as I'm concerned, it's not a filter that was invented in World War, Two and half. But really what it does is. It's like you're a particle collector..

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on FT News

FT News

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on FT News

"Technology and services, and I b m success many decades has been to stay relevant that companies look to it as a cool supply and that went through the mainframe air, and then later into modern technologies now the risk IBM is that it's becoming less relevant that people aren't looking to IBM's technology anymore because the cloud has come a long, cloud computing, and we will know that Amazon web services, Google, Microsoft. These are the companies that are running the big new cloud platforms that are starting to soak up more and more. Of the world's IT an IBM is kind of running behind in this game. And so although there have still a very big and important supplier of technology to companies owned data centers. They're not really anywhere in the cloud yet. And so what they really need to do is make themselves more relevant and adding this open source of this complex subject. But essentially that betters the they can reengineer quite a lot of those products and services, and the all of their customers will suddenly CIT IBM is more core to our budgets than we thought. And this is actually therefore gonna lift them into the next generation of computing. There's a really big bet it's really important, then right? And Jimmy has been talking a lot about what she calls the hybrid cloud. Can you tell me a little bit about what the hybrid cloud is? Well, there's a lot of jargon in IT. We all know that. But essentially the way to think about it is that what I am isn't did very well and has now been fully by some of these other internet companies is. Is it said to a lot of big corporate uses of IT. Look, you didn't have to build more data centers and put more technology in your data centers. Just give us your computing world. Let's move around them in IT too centers because we're Amazon we go these massive intimate data centers we can use. And they've just taken all that work laid off companies relieved them of it and just charge them and service fee. That's cool. The public cloud for some reason because it's not public data doesn't go out to the public. But anyway, anyways called the public cloud. Now IBM is betting that for most companies. They've got a massive sunk cost in their existing infrastructure. I'm for decades, they're going to carry on using their own data centers, even if they put some of their work in this public cloud. IBM's bet is look we can engineer it. So that some of you will computing happens in the public cloud. Some of it happens in your data center. This is a hybrid cloud. And the if we have the technology that help these two things glued together. Better that move your what leads? Computing toss efficiently between the two this is a much better world you to be in then just trying to handle Amazon web services, which is something alien and out there and takes a lot of integration. But we can do it for you. Right. And is that where red hat comes in in helping the transition for companies between their own private servers and the public cloud. Well, it is. But it's this is not a slam dunk pry B M, these two companies do not fit together. Answer the cloud question. Say IBM itself has been playing defensively for the last few years trying to protect its business in data centers. And obviously that ground is eroding. So is falling behind is revenues have been falling for years red hat, basically, a lot of his business is putting Lennox Lennox rating system this open source operating system, which is used by clouds and in data centers. But that business isn't the future. The future is all the other technologies that said on top of that that help. People manage what leads and so this is much new business for red hat. They haven't been doing that much of it for very long. But what they are trying to do is find ways to make it easier to shift those work leads from a corporate data center into the cloud back again and create this common framework that spans both the technology analyst..

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Shares of you're not quite as they have to pelosi no nada too but i looked larkham sixty even she said i admired respected anc pelosi but in every great the gop runs against certain they were so what you look at it from the point of view of democrats and it's kind of hard for sometimes for audience but if you look at it from the point of view of democrats they can't believe it in their world they think donald trump is the is the most revile because everybody they know thinks exactly like like they do i can't stand in what they're coming to the conclusion is well maybe that's true but people dislike nancy pelosi more and that's going to hurt us and twenty eighteen i think you'll see some real move around this guy came ryan out of ohio seems to be speaking more than normal common people forget about the bathrooms start talking to people without jobs that's the lesson we should learn who knows if they will i we have english nick with outrage corner we get back this is atlanta's twenty four hour news weather and traffic news ninety five five and am seven fifty w s b atlanta's news starts now it's eleven thirty am maryellen haskins lies ends obviously 24hour nathan our top story this halfhour the healthcare to debate is heating up in washington on abc's this week kentucky republican senator rand paul said he could velde yes on a healthcare bill that is a partial repeal of obamacare but much closer to repeal than the present i and if we go to a bill that has more repeal and less big government programs yes i'll consider partial repeal some senators failed a bill makes too many cuts a covington man arrested after he shot a suspect who is running from police marcus pits is facing aggravated assault charges her shooting terrence lennox lennox is one it it in gwinnett county on drug charges shoplifting an obstruction of an officer is recovering at grady british officials are investigating a cyber attack on the country's parliament after discovering unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts a statement from the house of commons said as a precaution renowned email access for members has been done old and dramatic scene at a six flags and upstate new york at teenage girl dangling from a gondola ride in a crowd the low ready to catch her start okay.

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"lennox lennox" Discussed on Canine Nation

Canine Nation

04:02 min | 8 years ago

"lennox lennox" Discussed on Canine Nation

"Chemistry medicine psychology and more across a wide spectrum. Our society has benefited in astonishing ways. And yet we still believe that our dogs misbehave because they have some agenda. Some would call it dominance to prove that they are in control of the household. It's not that. We don't have information about dogs and their behavior we do. In fact, that body of knowledge increases almost daily as more and more researchers are publishing their findings about dogs. They are the most prevalent of all domesticated animals, and it is in our best interest to know as much about them as we can in order to provide for their welfare and wellbeing. But how does one explain some of the popular opinions about dogs that are just plain wrong? How do we come to terms with the fact that so many believe things of which dogs have been proven totally incapable? Dogs are a part of our everyday lives. They are closest animal companions, and they work closely with us in so many ways from hurting to search and rescue to work with the disabled as instance dogs, and yet with all of the willingness they have shown to work with us when things go wrong. It always seems to be the dogs fault. It is never the humans that worked with that dog that could be at fault. There is no more stark example of the strangeness of that than the case of Lennox Lennox was put to death because he looked like a breed that humans decided needed to be destroyed not because he had done anything to harm his family, the general public or disturb the peace in any way, he was put down because he looked like a dog who might have at one time or another under the right circumstances might have been capable of inflicting damage on another person or dog or. Not better safe than sorry. It is almost as if there are those in our society who want to remain ignorant of the facts that we are learning about dogs in their behavior. It has been decades since studies have shown that dogs are not pack hunters like their ancestors, the wolves. There is no struggle for status in hierarchy to determine who will have first access to a fresh kill. And yet so many dog owners and dog training professionals will talk at length about the need to be the alpha or the pack leader for your dog. It is a paradigm that has been proven false. And yet it persists by word of mouth. This is just one of many examples of dog professionals ignoring scientific facts about dogs and dog training this past weekend. A friend of mine sent me a link to a dog training blog article that openly states quote, classical conditioning and operan conditioning are. Obsolete theories of behavior unquote, the author may wish to inform the many, universities and psychology professionals continuing to work on those theories, the author, of course, sites no source other than his own opinion that this is a fact clearly a dog trainer in Arizona would know much more about current trends in psychology and behavior than those who may have studied it and practiced it for much of their lives. Also this week. I received a comment on one of my past articles in it. The author asks me to cite empirical studies on positive reinforcement and clicker training for dogs, not a particularly unreasonable request. But for two simple facts, I read through just a few of my past articles would provide links to exactly such sources on particular, topics. Second such references are as a veiled to the commenter as they are to me by using internet. Search engine tools, like scholar dot Google dot com. In addition to that,.

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