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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Versus Facebook versus the twitterverse, the media verse and Pruitt is here from hands on photography hello and good to have you back. Hello, mister Laporte, happy new year to you. Happy new year. Do you have a good squad? Did you go anywhere for the holidays? No, sir. I told you I was going to the strategically find myself on the butt group of my couch. And I did exist. You did everything you hoped. It lived up to your greatest dreams. It was awesome. I even caught up on that succession show. I didn't binge it like you. I'm eager to hear your reviews. Please such a good show. Oh God. Good. Always so good and I love Roman and his smartest ways. I'm glad we didn't lead you astray, mister Pruitt. Oh, it's so good. That, by the way, that baritone is the Leonard tau professor for journalistic innovation at the. Graduate school of journalism at the city university of New York was machine dot com. Blog at Jeff Jarvis on the Twitter. Hello, Jeff. Happy new year. Thank you. Happy new year. Good to see you. Did you do anything or did you just hunker down? No. I just hunkered down and worked and happy. Happy omicron. Yeah. Yeah. I tried not to work. Yeah. I tried really hard. You know what I realized if I don't work? If I don't do anything, I just sit on the couch. I get really lazy and then I'm too tired to work. Yeah. So I sat on the couch thinking about stuff that I could be doing. Yeah. It's counterintuitive. You actually get more time. If you don't do anything, then if you do man, I struggled with it. I can say that there was one day, maybe two tops that I felt like I was on vacation. The rest of the time, my mind was just all over the place. I could be working on this. I could be reading this. That's a hazard. Oh, that's not vacation. A hazard of the product of people. Hey, we want to welcome somebody brand new to our microphones. Stacey mutham is taking the week off. She'll be back next week. Joining us now, U.S. lawyer, specialist in international law, civil liberties and the convergence thereof and tech. She's a contributor to welcome to the family. So good day. CG council comes. I am known to applaud Kathy's tweets and pieces, defending the First Amendment and defending good sense, and so I'm delighted to hear Cathy. Oh, thank you. Would you call yourself get you everywhere with me? A section two 30 expert? I would indeed call myself a section two 30. Yes, she is. I was doing it before it was cool. Okay, yes. Okay, well, it's great. There's her Twitter feed. Great to have you. I will now follow you religiously, which means I'll be honest as I follow you. Sending is fine. You can read the tweets while sitting. Okay, good, thank you. Thank you for that dispensation. A CES is going on. It's so weird right now to be sitting here with CES going on in Vegas. It officially began today although, as always, the weekend brings those special mini conferences and stuff. There's a lot of stuff. I don't know if there's a whole lot to say about CES and you really wanted to go. We said you may not stay home. Are you watching? Smart decision. Turns out. I'm trying to watch from afar, but it's been really, really hard between emails from being off vacation and trying to pick through what is actually some good meat and good stories and virtually no one be in there from the big tech companies, no one being there. So it's been a little rough. I've only seen one thing that had me curious, and it came just before we came on air, you know? What was that? Well, canon they're still working on stuff in the VR world, so they have their R 5 mirrorless camera. It's not their pro grade one, but it's one of their more. That's the one I got to have. I got in the R 5 not the R 6. No, no. You did. Which one's the less expensive? The R 6 is less than. The 6 is the lesson. That's the one I got him. Yeah. And then 6 is still nice. Yeah, he just needed a video for TikTok. So I think it's good enough. Yeah, it'll be perfect for that. But they're doing this whole dual fish.

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"A foot pedal if you want that. I just stopped my foot. That was awesome. And if you want to stand over it, the Caesar has a little TV screen on the top. That's so cool. But you could also go on the big screen. The only thing that Caesar should be is it should come with a memory card so you don't need a laptop. And I can't use it. I can only use it with the Mac you gave me for the show. I can't use it with my Chromebook. That's an only problem with it. But thank you for the Mac. I do think that library should just let you scan the dang thing. I guess they may feel like that violates their agreement with the publishers. George plug didn't stop. Sorry, Stacy go ahead. Oh, the power. All right. That's what it is. Let me just scan this Leonard tau professor. Innovation, because I keep a losing losing discrete. Too close to document there we go. All right, look at that. Turns it into text. Automatically, very cool. That's what I do with Adobe sign and scan. There's a lot of ways to do this now. These devices are so smart. Let me look at the text, see if it got it right. The learning tab professor for journalistic innovation at the Craig newmark. It even has a little musical. Look at that a perfect job. Look at that. Did you use the character recognition? Yeah. Yeah. I just press the button. I totally thought you were talking about something else with V flat. Photography gear called V flats for setting up. Can't you do this with just the camera built in to the regularized the curve of the book? Right. Character recognition. Yeah, well, it was. Yeah. But also being able to just mark a bunch of pages turned into a.

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"This week in Google, the show where we cover the Google versus my buddy ant prote sitting right next to me from hands on photography. It's no nice to have somebody in the studio, anybody. Just to keep me company. And I'm so glad to be here. I'm thrilled to have you. John and Burke are like, what are we chopping? Yeah, exactly. That's fine. But they've been with me. They've been with me for two years. I'll take them. Wow. No, I don't. There's other people around too, but sitting next to me at the table is really nice. Also, Stacey, and I wish Stacey you were sitting next to me at the table, but far away in Seattle is good to have you. Stacey higgin bought them. Stacy on IoT dot com. It's always my preference to have people in the studio if possible. No doubt. Just not always possible. Unfortunately. I don't know. The wave got that table set up so low. I don't think it's too high now. Do you have big thighs like ant? Thighs. No, see, it's all the way down. I've learned how to sit over here next to you. I have apparently very narrow size. There's no claim a little bit, so my quads aren't contracted. This is the relax your quads, Joe. That's Jeff Jarvis right there. Wait a minute. Do you have the jingle ready? He is the Leonard tau professor for journalistic innovation at the. Craig, Craig, Craig, Craig, Craig, Craig, Craig. School of journalism at the city university of New York. That's literally what they mean when they say you don't have to make a big production out of it. That's literally what they're talking about. We made a big production out of it. I'm surprised. This is not this shouldn't be your lead story, but I'm going to make it at least story. They are renaming the Staples Center, which is the big, beautiful. You know what it is right in LA? That's where who plays there. That's the Lakers Lakers. What was it called before was a Staples Center? It's always been the same. Since they did it. They built it before that they had to go to the forum. Was it the paper clip center before that? That would be okay. They've rebranded it. Staples has given up their branding to crypto dot com arena. That's crazy. Now we know we are living in the future. You know, we got the money up front. But at the same time, cryptocurrencies all over F one. And you know how much money is going.

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for twig this week in Google, Leo Laporte is out. I usually say Leo's gallivanting. Right now Leo, well, he's probably in Mexico at this point. He got up super early. He and Lisa got up super early this morning to fly out to Mexico and hang out with Mike Elgin and so they are having a great time. Sure, they're gallivanting. So I'm here in his place and I always happy to be on this week in Google when I get the opportunity to do it. Welcoming to the show and Pruitt. And what's going on, man. I am unbelievable, mister Howell. How are you, sir? Of course you are. You're always unbelievable. And you make me feel unbelievable because you're so unbelievable. I'm doing good. It's good to see you. Also, joining us, Jeff Jarvis, who, we have to, we have to do the full introduction here and I've got it. It's a mouthful. It's become tradition, you know? Take a deep breath. Take a deep breath. A little special today. The Leonard tau professor for journalistic innovation at the. Of journalism at the city university of New York and the director of the town night center for entrepreneurial journalism at the. Graduate school of journalism at the city university of New York. Welcome to the show, Jeff. And let us give let us give credit. Do we have the credit ready for who? Absolutely we do, Jake over ten sent us this barbershop Quartet version. You know what would be really cool? Standing. There's probably a lot of people that watch a listen to this show that also our musically inclined. It would be pretty sweet of everybody did their own little version of this. But anyways, the first one, notable for that. And so Craig newmark himself and Twitter and the response to this offer said that he had Craig demarc sounds himself, but his wife wouldn't let him share them. I see he's still doing that crowd work in his community gig and is a comedy. Yes. Yes, exactly. Awesome. We finally have a tune to play. So you can save your pipes. You don't need to sing it this week. We'll be doing a lot of talking. Well, maybe in the future, we'll all tag along. Although that's kind of hard to do a harmony with something carbonate on the Internet. It's all TikTok. You know what we should do? We should put it on TikTok and see what we can do with it. There we go. Make it a medium course. Let's make it happen. Also, joining us today not Stacey Stacy is actually out this afternoon. We'll hope to see her again next week. But joining us has been a while, Matthew Ingram, Columbia journalism, review. I don't have a song for you though, Matthew, I'm sorry. Yeah, I don't know if you can do his own. Well, that would take a long time. Nobody wants to hear that. Yeah, it's up to everyone to sing their own song going forward. We'll see what happens. Jason, you're a musician. I suppose. Do something that I'm not going to do it. Not right now. Definitely not on the spot. No. I'm going to leave the spotlight on Jake, because he deserves the spotlight this week. There we go. It's good to see all of you and good to have you back, Matthew and man. That was kind of working on the rundown today. Normally I'm behind the scenes producing a show. And pulling back the curtain a little bit, I can at least admit right now that often with weeks like this where there's just this barrage, this mountain of Facebook news and everything. I'm throwing the stuff in the rundown, feeling comfortable about the fact that I don't have to talk about this. This is all on Leo and the gang. This is one of those weeks where I do have to talk about all the Facebook stuff. It's a lot. It's a lot to manage, but we've got a lot of stuff to talk about this week. I suppose we could get the earnings out of the way because it is earnings week and my golly, it seems like all companies are up. Everybody's doing good right now. Except poor snap. We'll get to that. Oh, yeah, that's right. That's at the bottom. That's right, snap, not so much. Google doubled their profits, Facebook, their kicking it out of the park, their ad revenue rose 33%. They're raking in billions of dollars. Their Oculus, other bet is working pretty well. It's nowhere near 28.3 billion. It's 237 134 million. That seems important in the realm of the fact that Zuckerberg has been making such a big deal about this whole metaverse thing that hinges on the success, at least in my view of Oculus and what it's doing there. So I suppose that's good news. Twitter, they're up as well 37% year over year growth. That's in spite of apple's opt in ad tracking switch that actually lowered revenue. They said, they said, it would have been higher, of course, but Apple did their thing, and we'll see what kind of impact that has. And then Microsoft didn't quite get to siphon through Microsoft's earnings very deeply. But they're reporting 22% growth. And then Jeff, you mentioned snap. What's going on with snap? So snap was the one that was most hurt by apple's ad move. And so it lost a lot of equity. For a while, Facebook did too. Who wasn't here? Fortune on the 22nd said that the ad changes that wiped out a 142 billion off staff Facebook and other online giants equity. I'm not going to subscribe to fortune to know. So that's all I can tell you, but that story. You got a headline on the lead. Not to be the real funny one is when Forbes says I've reached the end of the free articles. Like you charge for this stuff for him. Yeah. So apple's.

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Mr freddie site. It looks like the church chirp font everywhere. Now leo so much prefer. Babies think we've talked about that before apis you the b. a. s. e. a. u. e. davis new. I guess i am i. Am i have to apologize because I am amongst font connoisseurs. I had no idea to your only amongst a few. I just wanna be clear that waffles better than funds waffles. Better than fonts. I will not argue that. Yep i have some amazing stories about about how the font janssen which was the first roman font grove later designers insane. But i'll spare you do that another time. My pick of the week gift from net flicks. It's a little something called waffles and moti two of my two two of my favorites Altogether in one exciting little cartoon. We can't show this. Because i'll be taken down by netflix Alabama's thing no. It's a card some. I just searched for waffles. Ended up just i was making a joke. I think that's her. Didn't she do the wall. Isn't she affiliated with that. Oh my little. Did i know maybe she is. That's michelle obama's she's i knew i liked her waffles and mo- cheating awesome thought. This was a sincere pick. Well here's my pick of the week eggo thick and fluffy waffles belgian style women John cut up the box so that i can hold this up. Apparently there's only six in a box so you know you really don't get a lot of the other five other options. Originally blueberry brown sugar cinnamon and double chocolate find. My favorite is the normal because the brown sugar cinnamon even a little too sweet and the chocolate. He and blueberry definitely too sweet. I make my own sour dough waffles. And sometime we'll just invite you over. For waffle fest it'll be full nick. Ricotta waffles oud. I've done that so that is really good. That is really good. Step my game up. There are no or just visit. Gonna waffles. that's for sure. Hey thank you everybody for putting up with us for the last couple of hours Amp pruitt hands on photography. Who's on hop this week. Actually this week is a guest list. Week i'm gonna talk about some alternatives to the world of photoshop because yeah there are some options beyond photoshop to do photo manipulation and yes process and we were talking about that yes. I'm excited to hear all about that to be fun. We have our our different choices Thank you aunt. it's always to have you on mister jeff jarvis. Now we've got another thing. They say very. Oh nickel milionaire jarvis. He's also leonard tau. I'm sorry the director of let's give them the full title. The director of the town is center for entrepreneurial journalism at the cia journalism at the city university of new york. Thank you jeff..

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"There stacey. Hello and i should tell you just a couple of days ago. I tweeted my nanna. Leave setup so we'll find that at some point in show at all. I can't wait to see it. You know our new they call it a p. o. Ea it's our it's our power over ethernet. No that's a that is one of the things for it. Can't release our new. Hr payroll system insperity. They call their software higginbotham. This sounds like something you butler. you can order jarvis. Yeah yes ball. Higginbotham crank out the pero. He's put the hot dogs on the grill. I thought that was the funniest thing ever so. Now you actually have a jarvis and a higginbotham. You just need approval. Yes if they would come up with what would pruitt. What would the pruitt software do. That's amp pruitt. He's a host of hands of typography regular on this show a good man all round command. Try all round Despite the fact that he works out and black socks. I'm not gonna mention it. I'm not gonna talk about it. It's just weird. We just talking about that with lisa this morning because i now have a drawer. Full of white socks. We both bought whites mice by mommy. Some white sox. I now have lifetime supply. And i remember when i was a kid in junior high. They said you're not allowed to wear anything but white sox to gym class and the and the and they implied that it would somehow poison you if you worked. It's right on the black socks. Craze came back in the ninety s way back in the day oh interesting. with the fab. Five michigan basketball team freshman. They wore black socks. They wanted to wear long short pants. So that was their style and i jumped on that bandwagon and just been wearing blocks. Oh that's cool. So there's it's actually thought out Fascinating and now. I feel weird. If i wear gray or white socks i feel old when i wear. It's like. I'm like i'm in the fifties like on the fawns or something when i'm wearing white sox's like some of us may look good. You can make you. Rocco's iraq also with us mr jeff jarvis ladies and gentlemen. I give you the leonard tau professor for journalistic innovation at.

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"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"leonard tau" Discussed on This Week In Google

"They're two kinds of people there. People who are trusting and honest and then the people who are willing to take any system and game it to their advantage and of course it takes advantage of the people who are trusting who say well i i read it it must be true and maybe is that the biggest lesson that people should learn is a certain amount of cynicism to understand that no matter what the system is. There's somebody out there who's who's aiming to game at it to their advantage. Is that and i think this this goes back to the history of computer. Programming in hacking is something. That dana boyd talks a lot about this. Kind of hacker mindset. Which is this thing this designer. This person puts this software into the world and they think it works this way. We can show that it works differently. Now what's you very. unique about. Social media is for a long time like during occupy. You actually did need a crowd to move the algorithms you needed a bunch of people that were coordinated Or at least somehow interacting with the system in the same way so that they were all like able to use the same key words that practice just like a game of basketball people practice it over time and now they're they're just like people are a lot better at it and and then there's also software marketers figured out early on that you know if i could have one account i could have ten thousand accounts and so you know early. Botnets and Marketing software was the tool of the trade for some of these media. Manipulators and disinformers around twenty-six of course the platform companies have become hip to that. Now there is something about the way tech is built and how it's all brick lodge and you know people can build these different components and make things do different stuff but there's really no great You know test for scale right it just you kind of have to deploy the technology to import. So you can't. You can't predict you're saying you have you have to know you can't predict eight. That's really really interesting. Hold that thought professor donovan. John donovan is great to have your intelligence on this because it's such a challenging topic for all of us. That is one of the topics. We i asked to have you on because we we we are constantly going around and around and around about this stuff and i thought well maybe john can help us. Cut the gordian knot. Joan is of course the research director. I wanna get the whole title in here. Because we can't get it on the lower third. It's too long research director at harvard. Kennedy school shorenstein go ahead. Why don't you tell me what it is. This shorenstein center media politics and public policy. It's a bit of a tongue twister and you get to teach to what. What classes do you teach. I'm very. I teach media manipulation and disinformation campaigns because more people that some real skills do you teach people had understand that and and defend against it. No you're not that's basic stuff you know as we go into that. We do internet history. We do social movements online. We do political communication. I mean it's it's a real nerd fest. I'm not gonna lie. Joan also at its i i would love to take back. They won't not only with it. Let me teach at harvard. They wouldn't let me study. So it gonna bring you in basically bad. Joan also edits me more weekly on medium from the wilds of the internet. Which is i. Think fantastic Just really and it's not just a bunch of memes for no good reason it's fascinating it's a you know what you want little harvard education me or weekly jeff. Jarvis is also hear his son. Jake helping 'em out Goodness rescued me. And it's great to have you buzzmachine dot com. I didn't do the whole The singing joan. Joan should have at least as long as mine. Yeah yours is pretty good. This is the second the intro we use for jeff. Jeff jarvis is leonard tau professor for journalistic innovation at thaw your graduate.

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