17 Burst results for "March Twenty Ten"
"march twenty ten" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour
"Key and i was just to announce the new iphone. Yeah and of course. His last iphone presentation was the iphone on four and it was like stopped me if he's seen this before because it was the big gizmodo league and then describing like what what the intent lines actually were and now is so different from from the phone before it almost hit the head. I have been lucky enough to replies from op executives. I've the as on various emails. I said no. I'm not sure it's recently. But i had a good string of especially if you're going to be younger and i i've got replaced from through shelagh eddie and the most the most prized one was when i got reply at from steve jobs. So i just eat mouthed s. jobs dot com like everybody else back in the day. No expansion thing. I'd probably done it like five or six times. Total remember well the other subjects were. But this one's more or or not. Five maximalism max stories because jobs actually applied may say this this is pretty cringe rating this back to back on at that time. March twenty ten. I didn't have an mac. I didn't have any mexico. We we would sink cop like the family iphone to a windows computer and one of the kuni teaches the trump's lychee demo for the ipad. That yeah he was an answer january and mantras around the time and it's coming out was the fact that the photos in today stacks if like faces and events and it wasn't like the modern die thing where the purchasing what happened on the device actually sinking your library from your library on your max. All of the organization stuff would happen on on the mac and it would just copay across that is saying to the ipad but there was no support for that on windows or you could do a windows with sync photos. But you wouldn't get the tabs for events faces are places Which is really coast. I was in my incredibly innocence. That like eleven. Wherever however i was obviously steve jobs. I'm sure he'll get sought out. So why right was the ipad. Photo app looks incredible. Are there any plans to support. Picasso's faces and albums. And so i can take full advantage of the advocation since photoshop album is loan discontinued if not please. Can you look in supporting the podcast. Labra format and if people don't remember bahasa was do whose original fighters application before they had like google photos and stuff. They had like a direct windows clone of and they could eight bugle picasso. I e send out in the twentieth at hop to and jobs applied at four o'clock. Steve said no.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is brain I'm shocker finance all of us are time travelers we go back in history to turning points in our lives and imagine how things could have turned out differently what would have happened if we had chosen different paths swiped right instead of left moved abroad quit smoking this week on his brain we look at the choices we wish we'd made and the ones we wish we hadn't we'll tell you a story that shows when our minds reach for these alternate realities I am responsible because I didn't listen to him and what he was saying I would also look at other scenarios we have a less likely to us what if Laura Ogden has spent US imagining how things could have turned out differently at the very start is a pair of skis she and her friends would go out to the mountains in Washington state going we can and going as Steve is trying to jump off rocks and and challenge ourselves with our that we came something I was trying to and I guess addicted to as time went on when she got to college the whole ski culture opened up to me so it's snowballed no pun intended she moved from skiing resorts to wide slopes when it was just her some friends and the elements they hold themselves to the top of mountains which keys on their backs no ski lifts no ski patrol no cozy large with hot chocolate north again to enter skiing competitions she made a professional skier named Jack Hanna Laura says skiing with someone can lead to a deep connection it's like a a landscape that can can really conjure up a magic to it I inspiring scenery you get up into the mountains and to be sharing that with somebody it just it just hits you deeply and then sometimes it can be quite arduous like getting up to the top of the big key so you go through that suffering for lack of a better word and then get this mass of reward of being it is almost like out of as an out of body experience in a way like this this move he is a slow going down and you know that that person is having their own yet more experience to you we can understand that and not having that shared excitement together I mean the rest is history Lauren Jack got married in two thousand eight they bought a house in a big swath of land in the remote mountains of Canada they plan to be homesteaders and of course they would ski life was good going from day to day and not having too much to worry about besides we're gonna go skiing and you're gonna have spaghetti for dinner Rideau's because simple life one day March twenty ten their friends David Tessa treadway invited them to go skiing on mon curry David Tessa were also professional skiers David been out that week and found the conditions were good Laura and Jack said yes the French loaded daycare onto a helicopter that would drop them off at the top of the mountain the pilot flew them to the top of mount Currie they got a late start instead of the usual six or seven AM they made it to the top of the mountain around eleven the four French test of the conditions.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One long island community where flooding destroyed many homes and black residents were struggling to get government ordinary new in riverhead long island isn't be ideal place to build a home there at the bottom of a long hill is a marsh on one side of the road and duck pond on the other right in there but that's where it doesn't african american families from virginia settled back in the nineteen twenties hopson house was built from an old barn my mom bought the land for a little under a thousand dollars in she bought the would full hundred dollars hobson says in those days horton avenue was one of the few places in riverhead acceptable for black people to live and like many disadvantaged communities it was low lying and prone to repeated flooding as the rain just keeps on coming month of march has been brutal for most of the northeast records in parts of new york massachusetts new jersey main lot of cleanup to be done march twenty ten was a month of storms kept with three days of str- it rain the neighborhood of horton avenue turned into a lake with a dozen tiny homes sticking out i remember opening my back door in all the water just rushing out of the door onto my feet desperate they went through the list of federal disaster aid programs only one there before we say hazard mitigation grant where the government would buy their homes and demolish them it was their only hope but it would be eight bureaucratic morass so she called shirley coverdale for help it was months of hammering in trying to get the attention of the media coverdale is an influential community activists based out of river heads i back to church to help horton avenue she spent three months advocating for an extension to.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Friends, family and fellow officers gathered at the spirit of faith Christian center in brandy, wine to remember, and honor, officer, devan MacKenzie office, McKenzie was a young man who is one of our own. We are so proud of the life that opposite MacKenzie. They've to graduated from Forestville high school in decided, even if that time that he wanted to serve Prince George's county executive. Angela also Brooks says officer MacKenzie fulfilled. His dream of becoming a police officer divan MacKenzie was twenty four Barbara WMA L and Wm AL dot com top trade advisor to President Trump. Peter Navarro saying today that the threatened tariffs against Mexico, quote, may not have to go into effect if the country can demonstrate is taking steps to halt the flow of illegal migrants, trying to cross the border Senator John corden smoke against the, the president's threatened tariffs against Mexico of on the other hand would be a massive tax. The US chamber estimates that Texas alone would face five point three five billion dollars in increased cost as result of a five percent tariffs to take effect as early as Monday this translates into about a thousand dollars more on a car. I can only hope they come up with some sort of agreement. So these tariffs, do not go into effect. They Trump administration wants to open up the nation's wildlife refuge is for more hunting and fishing, what's considered a major expansion of rights to hunt and fish. Would evolve seventy four national wildlife refuges covering more than two thousand square miles. It would also open up fifteen national hatcheries to fishing and hunting for the first time interior secretary, David Bernhardt, says lack of access is one of the more common reasons people don't do more hunting, and fishing. And he says their goal is to get more people into the great outdoors. I'm Jan Johnson, American companies, adding the fewest jobs in nine years. Last month. Payroll, processor ADP says in may businesses added just twenty seven thousand jobs, the fewest since March twenty ten as manufacturers construction, firms and mining companies cut workers jobs in construction fell by thirty six thousand headed manufacturing by three thousand the figures come just after ADP reported strong hiring in April. Correspondent Scott Carr. Well, millennials used to be the annoying young kids who wouldn't listen to their bosses. But now they're the ones in charge, we're happy to attract more of them as well as generation Z, which is the folks who are just gonna be coming out of college now and beginning to look at the workforce Kimble's. The assistant city manager in Rockville, which is looking to attract millennials, who now surpassed baby boomers, and gen Xers in numbers mayor Bridget. Donald Newton says that's a problem. We don't have grow houses. We don't have duplexes. We don't have a lot of apartments that have balconies millennials want outdoor space. Newton says the city will have to consider those things is it considered zoning decisions going forward? John Matthews on WMA Ellen WMA, AL dot com. Checking your money, the Dow finished the day up two hundred seven points, the P five hundred up twenty three the NASDAQ of forty eight w L sports. Brought to you by truecar the nets beat the White Sox six four. The os take on the Rangers at eight.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"I mean he's going to be a totally free men after supervised releases is finished. And from there forward, he's famous, but there's other people who will look at him as a hero and those people will probably not get the same scrutiny. So I'm less concerned about him blowing himself up or convincing someone else to then what he represents says, a category of people, not all of them, prominent, as he is, who might have some of the same ideas Graham would Steph raider for the Atlantic, and author of the book the way of the strangers encounters with the Islamic state. Thanks very. Much. Thank you. The Justice department today unveiled new charges against WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange right now. Assange is in a British prison for jumping bail there. But he's a wanted man in both the US and Sweden to talk about how these new charges complicated his situation, we're joined by NPR's national Justice. Correspondent Jerry Johnson? She's been following the US investigation for years. Welcome back to the studio Kerry. What can you tell us about these new charges against Julian Assange, remember, Julian Assange, already faced one charge conspiracy to engage in computer hacking for his role in the leak by former army private Chelsea Manning? Manning gave Wiki leaks State Department cables, warlords and assessment of detainees at Guantanamo today. A grand jury in Virginia slap Julian Assange with seventeen more charges, these are extremely serious alleging violations of the espionage act that includes conspiracy to obtain receive and disclose national defense information and attempting to crack a password to help Chelsea Manning get into. Database to obtain even more secrets the way more serious than the first charge related to hacking. So are prosecutors going in a different direction? Yeah. In some ways, they are the new charges described chats between manning and Assange on March twenty ten where Assange was basically soliciting state secrets, according to the Justice department and prosecutors here are also charging with publishing information something the Obama administration never wanted to do normally prosecutors charge, the leaker of the information, not the person who published it. But thorns at the Justice department insist Assange is being charged narrowly here, the assistant attorney general for national security. John dimmers told reporters Julian Assange is no journalists look at the entirety of his conduct killing go back to that for a second if he's being charged with publishing material. What are the implications for the first amendment for pressroom? Yeah. Julian Assange is certain to raise a first amendment defense, he basically says if he faces prison time. So with New York Times the. The Washington Post and other news outlets. In fact, Bruce Brown who runs the reporters committee for freedom of the press is just out with a statement saying these charges pose dire threat to all journalists. The fear is this legal theory could be used to criminalize core. Reporting activity, some of us do every day, the Justice department says, there's a difference that was warned by the State Department, at the time not to publish some of these documents, but he persisted publish the names of human sources in Iran China in Syria. There's no evidence any of those people were killed. But prosecutors say they only have to show there was a potential for harm to those people in order to succeed in court. In the meantime, Swedish authorities revived rape case against Assange suggesting that they wanna turn it prosecuting him. What are the odds that hill ever make it to the US face trial?.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"The case against Julian Assange US, prosecutors unsealed conspiracy charges against Wiki leaks, founder Julian Assange, alleging he worked with former army intelligence analyst, turn whistleblower Chelsea Manning to hack a government, computer and carry out one of the largest leaks of US classified information in history in an indictment dated much six twenty eighteen the United States charges Assange with one count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. The charge in the one count indictment against Julian staunch unsealed shortly after his arrest doesn't speak to any broader first amendment issues. The indictment alleges that in March twenty ten Assange engage in a conspiracy with Chelsea Manning, a former intelligence analysts in US arm. Any to assist? Manning and cracking passwords stored on US department of defense. Computers connected to the secret internet protocol network, a US government network use for classified documents and communications conspiracy to commit compute intrusion, which violates the computer fraud and abuse act is a more easily provable crime in what could be a lodge criminal context. The conspiracy component of it can be pretty easy to prove that there had to be some degree of coordination of efforts and action. You can at least demonstrate through Email and other communications that they were working in some degree in concert to produce an outcome. Limiting the indictment against Assange to this one narrow charge and not charging him with espionage leaves aside any first amendment questions that could have been raised about WikiLeaks publishing classified information. How does this differ from.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government
"His capitalism, plus eight theism. Plus feminism equals Strila equals migration. E you birth rate equals one point six replacement equals two point one Merckel may Matt Krohn gentilly. Joanie all childless. That's not been Daniel Ellsberg would say, honestly, that's not something that a leftist would say, so I find I mean, this guy's no left is. So I guess in the next argument for them is well, he's a means to it end. And more importantly, sometimes when you're defending people on principles, you defend people. You don't like so next. We probably need to talk about what is the government's accusing him up. So let's talk about what it is. The government is accusing him of the government is accusing him of in March twenty ten engaging in a conspiracy would Chelsea Manning a former intelligence analysts in the US army to assist manning in cracking passwords stored on the US department offense. Computers connected to a US government network used for classified documents and communications and the defenses. I have heard on this is well Assange was not successful in this password. Breaching and that an okay argument in one column, the rebuttal of this is that what it looks like is that it wasn't just that. Wikileaks was receiving documents passively, right? Like, their whole point is we exist in the world in public facing way. So that people know I can give the documents to WikiLeaks. And we just get them, man. Just advertise that we exist and people drop stuff on. Here's the difference. Between a portal a black hole. Right. A black hole sucks things in. Although there's different. This is like a sentient black hole in this. We're the blood. Figure this out. The pool stuff in. Yeah. Yeah. This is this is more of a space balls analogies. Gone from you know, with the vacuum like hands coming out of. Deliberative direction. This is the invisible hand of space coming out you so. Yeah, assigned would it looks like was not unlike what we saw in twenty sixteen in perhaps the precursor was actively helping manning along the way, you're ending courage. Ing manning to do illegal activity. That's not covered under journalism. He's like not a American citizens..
"march twenty ten" Discussed on KCRW
"Is Thursday, April seven ethyl Kennedy. Turns ninety one years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Justice department has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in an alleged computer hacking conspiracy as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the charges were announced following Assange arrest earlier today in London. The Justice department has charged Assange with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. The indictment alleges that in March twenty ten Assange entered into an agreement with then US army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to help manning crack a password for US defense department computers. The indictment says Assange also actively encouraged manning to provide WikiLeaks with more classified information. Manning didn't deed, give WikiLeaks thousands of classified government documents which WikiLeaks then made public. Assange was arrested Thursday by British authorities in London. The Justice department says it is working with United Kingdom on a Sandra's extradition. Ryan, Lucas NPR news, Washington. A British judge has now convicted Assange skipping and earlier bail in twenty twelve that's when Assange fled to the. Ecuadorian embassy to avoid questioning in Swedish sexual assault investigation. Vice President Mike Pence travels to the US Mexico border today to receive a briefing on asylum seekers from member station K J, Z Z Mitchell. Marie Cocco has more Pence will tour the border fence around the Gallus a border town that has been the mum the calmest of the cities along the US Mexico line Novellus has not experienced sheer numbers of asylum seekers seen in places like western Arizona or the Rio Grande valley of Texas customs and border protection has warned at the situation. In those areas is not sustainable as agents arrested more than ninety thousand people the majority families and children travelling alone last month Pence's visit comes just a day after the homeland security department was left with an acting secretary following the resignation Sunday of Kirsten Nielsen for NPR news. I'm ten muddies school aircraft maker Boeing is undertaking. A global campaign to try to regain the confidence of.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And leads to the resignation of Florida's chief elections official newspaper, the Tallahassee democrat unearth pictures of Florida's secretary of state Michael Hertel taken at a Halloween party in two thousand five or tell getting blasted on social media for being racist. As those photo show him wearing black face in t shirt that said Katrina victim or tell was asked for comment by the paper. And his only response was there's nothing I can say or tell was appointed to serve as Florida's top election official just three weeks ago by the new governor Rhonda Santa's at a news conference Thursday descente said he didn't want to get mired into kind of SICOM traverses and felt it was just best to accept or tells resignation chill. Nato folks news bring Florida gathering last evening for a memorial service for the five women who were killed in a shooting spree at a Bank and see bring Wednesday police say they still don't know a motive for those execution style shootings. But a woman who says she. She used to date the suspect zephyr, Xaver s- quoted as saying that he used to fantasize about death all the time for people are dead and rock, Mark Georgia. That's about an hour's drive north west of Atlanta, two men and two women found shot to death. The two different homes on the same block police believe the shootings to be drug related an anniversary today for Nasr's Mars Rover, albeit a bittersweet one the Rover named opportunity landed on Mars the night of January twenty fourth two thousand four a few weeks after it's twins spirit. Got there the solar powered Rovers were on three month missions to find water activity, and they did but spirit went silent. In March twenty ten bogged down in sand. And now NASA thinks opportunity may have met a similar fate. When it got caught on the dust storm and couldn't get sunlight it needed to recharge its batteries. It hasn't been heard from since June more Rovers are planned for Mars with NASA. The European Space Agency and China all planning to launch.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And leads to the resignation of Florida's chief elections official newspaper, the Tallahassee democrat unearth pictures of Florida's secretary of state Michael Hertel taken at a Halloween party in two thousand five tell getting blasted on social media for being racist. As those photos show him wearing black face and a t shirt that said Katrina victim or tell was asked for comment by the paper. And his only response was there's nothing I can say or tell was appointed to serve as Florida's top election official just three weeks ago by the new governor Ron to Santa's at a news conference Thursday desanta said he didn't want to get mired into kind of side controversies and felt it was just best to accept tells resignation chill. Nato Fox News. Bring Florida gathering last evening for a memorial service for the five women who were killed in a shooting spree at a Bank bring Wednesday police say they still don't know a motive for those execution style shootings. But a woman who says she used to date the suspect Zaphon Xaver quoted as saying that he used to fantasize about death all the time for people are dead and rock, Mark Georgia. That's about an hour's drive north west of Atlanta. Two men and two women found shot to death two different homes on the same block police believe the shootings to be drug related an anniversary today for NASA's Mars Rover, albeit a bittersweet one the Rover named opportunity landed on Mars the night of January twenty fourth two thousand four a few weeks after its twin spirit got there. The solar powered Rovers were on three month missions to find water activity, and they did but spirit went silent. In March twenty ten bogged down in sand. Now NASA, thanks opportunity may have met a similar fate. When.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Leach? I was like, okay. Wow. Now making four thousand a month from this other group salts and now you're making money from this hobby and all I'm doing his talking about money. Every Friday, I'm like, this is insane. And my wife's encouraging me to start a newsletter about personal finance, and I pushed it on for about six months. But now we've had our first kid in two thousand nine so now she's really pushing me like, hey, come on. I want to quit my job. Can you start a newsletter in I finally did in March twenty ten got together with my cousin, and we started future. Trans- dot com officially the revenue comes from advertisers. But that's how this whole thing. Started from a hobby and the encouragement of my wife, both because she believed in me and she also wanted to quick job. So, but it was a good lesson. Even we're going to the grocery store. It was really good lesson. Be. It was a really good time in my life because my wife, and I went through there of severe frugality stage where we went we would Nino paid off our home, but BA Friday buying a home. We actually we squatted in our friends foreclosure because he was going through foreclosures. I was like can I just live in now for nine months that I mean, we didn't a lot of crazy things to save money. We got rid of our dogs because they had medical bills. We got rid of TV for years Lee, sold her wedding ring to pay off our cars. I mean, it was a good time to to really be focused with the wife on on saving money on trying not to become wealthy. But just try not try not to be poor ever. And it was a good time in our. Life. It set us up for, you know, a healthy balance sheet going into a time where we would start making great money. That's awesome, those beautiful Daniel in. I think about the fact that you were able to start future Money Train, your company to this day from the from this downfall from this, quote, unquote, failure from this feedback that you got in its, you know, in our darkest times that, you know, our best work comes to light. So maybe talk about really quick, what's. So if you were to sum up your. As far as your company future money, transcend what you're out there, providing for, you know, the the the watchers viewers listeners. What is that thing? What is that? What are you? What message are you trying to get across are you trying to help people with their personal finances or you're trying to pick? Are you picking stocks, which I know you're not, you know, but what your message? Yes. Oh, my message is, you know, initially started I wanted to create something that was a hybrid of what Dave Ramsey teaches and keel sake. So Dave Ramsey is very focused on pay off your debt. You know, be very prudent. Make a lot of sacrifices early on. He'll he's more. Like, hey, let's brace debt, which I get, you know, but I just kind of wanted to make a hybrid psychology future money transfer dot com, and it was personal finance for the new Konami because let's face it. The economy is changing in the sense that it is going more freelance due to a lot of reasons between technology in earns of government just things change. And I I wanted to have a letter like, hey, look, we cannot be planning for. The nineteen eighties portfolio when clearly things have radically changed, and there's a lot of other opportunities and really wanted to help people get out of that retirement mindset and get into the financial independence might set up. So that's how it started. But now fast forward to today, it's still focused on that..
"march twenty ten" Discussed on TechStuff
"I will buy blockbuster's online business and he thought that it would make way more sense to have a merger between the two companies. And ultimately the deal went nowhere. The new CEO for blockbuster was someone else who came from seven, eleven? His name is James keys keys led the company and changed its identity from blockbuster video to blockbuster media. He found various ways to cut costs, pray dramatically in the began changing up the. Lines and services, but blockbuster was too far gone. It wouldn't have mattered. If keys efforts were really great or not great. At all, the company was pretty much beyond help. It had seen its business, go to competitors like net flicks and red box had a large amount of debt that it was not able to pay off. A lot of that was owed to Viacom and keys tried his best. He led a failed attempt to purchase another big company. This was a a weird decision in two thousand eight. He was trying to acquire Circuit City. That was a one billion dollar deal, but it fell through and Circuit City would actually go bankrupt the following year. Now I did up associates about Circuit City earlier, so you can learn more about that if you go through the archives, but plenty of analysts looked at qisas move when he said, I'm I want to acquire Circuit City and they thought that just don't make no sense. I mean, a struggling company rarely improves once they acquire a different struggling. Any. That's an another industry. Rarely do you see to struggling companies band together and make a real go at it. It's it's that's a Cinderella story by two thousand nine. There were whispers that blockbuster was headed toward bankruptcy in March twenty ten. Perhaps in a move of desperation, the company reintroduced late fees, got rid of them and then twenty ten. They put them back in and customers hate late fees, but they did represent a decent amount of revenue for blockbuster in the past, which is why the company kind of brought him back before blockbuster got rid of late fees. The company had already run into trouble once before. So I mentioned that one about the no late fees and that lawsuit, there was actually a lawsuit that happened even before that, that in two thousand one, that's because the late fees back before this change could grow to the point where they were actually more than the value of the rental. So you could end up getting charged more than what it was, what it would cost for you to go out and buy a copy of the thing. You. We're renting, and that ended up becoming a lawsuit. So this new reinstate late fee would take a different approach. They didn't want to have that same issue. So the idea was that a late fee would be incurred you'll get a dollar fee for every day. You were late up to ten days, and at that point was capped. So up to an additional ten dollar fee on a late return, not quite as as exorbitant, but customers don't like late fees. So didn't really matter in two thousand ten, blockbuster lost more than a billion dollars. The valuation for the company at that time was twenty four million bucks still a lot of money, but twenty four million. That was a huge fall from where blockbuster wasn't its peak net flicks by the way at that same time in twenty ten that little company that anti occas people had scoffed at a decade earlier was valued at thirteen billion dollars. Even though the only remaining video chain in the United States was movie gal. The only other one besides blockbuster, that one underwent liquidation and twenty ten. So movie gallery goes away at liquidates. That leaves blockbuster as the only video rental store.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"If you're a corporate recruiter right now like i don't hardest role in town defined right now is a really good tech recruit corporate tech recruiters are the hardest thing to find in town right because first of all there aren't many technical recruiters and that's what everybody wants right yeah so if you are feeling if you're working or if you're working at a small company and you're like i wanna i wanna go work i'm making it up at ps commerce best buy target or dorothy or wherever like there's opportunities for you well that's the thing is i was talking to somebody recently about negative employment in in certain roles would you put tech recruiter into that sort of thing that that negative unemployment thing but yes so first of all the the dice just had an article in the last week or so going into the bureau labor statistics they went that now the employment rate for technology professionals depending on definite one point nine percent it's been under two percent minneapolis it's twenty march twenty ten the recruiting yeah probably like it is it's just it's just hard to find someone who can talk to a technologist either technologist level or at a human level either or right translator in some cases and and someone who has some empathy who can beat advocate for both sides like it's hard what normally happens during a recession by the way it happened in the last one since it was a financial crisis almost all the people who became searched for recruiters had been in the mortgage industry sure because it's actually not a major skillset chain.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on TechStuff
"Court for about one hundred fifty eight million dollars and that was a big deal you see snapchat was heading toward an initial public offering and twenty seventeen and that had the potential of turning the owners into billionaires but spiegel and and murphy felt that brown really didn't contribute very much apart from that initial idea he wasn't according to them he was not instrumental in actually making it happen and so they objected to the idea of him being an owner in this company when snapchat did hold its ipo in at an opening share price at twenty four dollars which gave snapchat a market capitalisation of thirty three billion dollars based on the number of shares that were available on the day on researching this however snap the code for snapchat s parent company is trading at thirteen dollars per share or so so a little bit more than half of what the opening price was when it first went up on twenty seventeen so why the fall from grace well there are a lot of reasons for one snapchat had a major redesign that angered a lot of users and the most recent analyst reports i can find are up to mystic that stock prices will continue to climb although maybe not quite up to that twenty four dollars per share limit and it may be a little lower than that but that the company as a whole is starting to rebound in march twenty ten pinterest launched that was founded by evan sharp ben silverman and paul sierra pinterest lets users create image boards like giant bulletin boards of pictures and you can group images together in whatever way you happen to like maybe you have a specific interest and you wanna collect images that relate to that interest i have friends who are costumers for example and they have pinterest boards that are separated into various types of costumes with representations of.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Of the north korean government that does this that's who heads up this whole effort within knock dictatorship and that whole system within the north korean dictatorship was actually built up by the guy who built that agency the guy who built the reconnaissance general bureau this military intelligence agency in north korea that's done all this stuff it's in charge of foreign espionage foreign intelligence and all their cyber stuff this agency was only founded in two thousand nine or two thousand ten founding director of the agency is a guy named kim yong shawl he founded that you know the north korean cia nsa combined he found it in two thousand nine or two thousand ten and ran it until very recently he is the senior spy in the north korean government he's a highly decorated general and what he runs is a military operation and in addition to all the cyber stuff that he does he also just sometimes blows things up in march twenty ten there was another one of these joint military exercises between the us and south korea about one hundred twenty five kilometers away from the exercises near some disputed islands off the coast of north korea a south korean navy ship got sunk it was hit with a torpedo there one hundred and four men on board forty six of them were never found forty six men dead officially the cause of the torpedoing of that ship is still in dispute but the us and south korea both believe it was a north korean torpedo the covert lethal action that was masterminded by the head of the reconnaissance general bureau by kim yong chill later that same year north korea launched an artillery barrage at an inhabited south korean island civilians were moved into bunkers but still four people were killed nineteen people were injured north korea shot dozens of shells at that island that attack coming right on the heels just a few months after north korea apparently torpedoed that south korean ship and killed more than forty of their sailors those two deadly incidents in close proximity brought those two countries very close to the brink of war they were shooting at each other that's second attack where they bombed the island that was also attributed to kim young child the head of the reconnaissance general bureau the head of north korean military intelligence someone that comes to power and north korea we all know about kim.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on TechStuff
"Try to make connections with other entrepreneurs and developers at one such event hosted by a startup called hunch system meta guy named steve anderson who was the founder of baseline ventures which is an investment firm anderson looked at a prototype build of bourbon and agreed to invest in the development of the app to the tune of two hundred fifty thousand dollars is a pretty big agreement the also recommend system that he find a collaborator to work with more closely and not just become a personal echo chamber in march twenty ten system decided to pursue bourbon as an actual entrepreneurial opportunity and he quit his job at next up which was a pretty easy decision to make especially after mark andriessen added to that initial investment with two hundred and fifty thousand dollars of his own which brought that launch investment up to half a million dollars and system was able to convince krieger a couple months later in may twenty ten to quit his job at me bow and come work with him on the project and so the two co founders joined forces they set up shop at a place called dog patch labs which was a company that offered up shared office space for the startup tech companies in the bay area companies that did not yet have an office of their own could rent out space at dog patch labs and before long the two decided that they weren't really on the right track they had come to the conclusion that bourbon was just too similar to foursquare which was already an established app at that time and they also felt the service was just too busy and cluttered it had so many features that was a little confusing as to what it was intended to do and thus in june twenty ten they decided to engage in the great tradition of app development the pivot and i mentioned a pivot a little bit earlier but what exactly is that will a pivot in silicon valley speak is when you realize you done messed up and you need to try something else so if you ever hear about a comes.
"march twenty ten" Discussed on TechStuff
"November two thousand nine also saw one of the stories that got a lot of circulation in the early days of the lhc which was the system shut down due to a bread eating bird now the way the story was reported was that the power supply to the lhc got frazzled and when engineers went to check where these connections might have shortedout to see what the problem was they found a bird eating bread over i power circuit crumbs supposedly caused the problem according to certain however this wasn't necessarily the problem it might have contributed to the issue but they don't really know the truth of the matter was that the power site there were some feathers there were some bread now is about all they could really say for sure power was restored and the lhc experienced only a minor delay in february 2010 the lhc began to circulate beams in preparation for more collision experiments in the spring culminating in two three point five terror electron volt proton beams circulating by march twenty ten this eventually allowed atlas to capture information from seven tara electron volts center of mass energy collisions for the first time skip ahead to december twenty eleven when researchers at the lhc had begun to tune into data that could potentially prove the existence of the at that time purely hypothetical higgs boasts on particle the higgs bosun is a particle that explains why mass exists as in why does matter have mass to dive into more detail about this would require some one far better versed in quantum mechanics than i am in 2012 on july fourth scientists set these cms an atlas detectors confirmed the discovery of a particle consistent with the higgs bosun hypothesis.