21 Burst results for "Mark Richards"

"mark richards" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"mark richards" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"He could have aimed it and shot the defendant, but he did not binger said, attempting to counter the defense portrayal of gross groups as a threatening presence who led rittenhouse to fear for his own life. Rittenhouse took the unusual step of taking the stand in his own defense and testified that rosenbaum, who was unarmed, ambushed and threatened to kill him, and that he was then chased down by a mob before falling to the ground and opening fire again. I didn't do anything wrong. I defended myself. He said at one point, breaking down and heaving sobs that led the judge to call a recess. The trial featured several heated moments and not just from the witnesses. Judge Schroeder's own conduct, which included yelling at the prosecution team on several occasions, also drew attention. Jurors were tasked with deciding if rittenhouse was reasonable in thinking he faced imminent death or bodily injury when he opened fire. His self defense claim took center stage in closing statements as the defense and the prosecution seized on video of rittenhouse firing his rifle to try to sway the jury to see things from opposing points of view. None of these people posed an imminent threat binger said. My client didn't shoot at anyone until he was chased and cornered, countered defense attorney, Mark Richards after showing jurors the same video, which jurors reviewed during their deliberations. Each side emphasized not just the matter of mindset, but the sizes of the people involved. Their body language, and the objects in their hands at the time of the altercations. Going through footage, second by second to underscore their points. Richards said rittenhouse could easily have been overpowered by the older men. Binger said that rosenbaum who's killing sparked the pursuit that ended in the other shootings was just 5 foot four inches tall and 150 pounds, unarmed and described by other witnesses as nothing more than a babbling idiot. Binger noted that only gross fruits had a firearm and said video showed, he was retreating before being shot. Richards insisted the video showed the opposite, and he described the skateboard that huber used to hit rittenhouse in the head as a deadly weapon. Every person who was shot was attacking Kyle, one with escape board, one with his hands, one with his feet, one with a gun. Hands and feet can cause great bodily harm. Richards said, reminding jurors of the wording of self defense law. Richards also blamed the men who were shot for their deaths or injuries, particularly rosenbaum, whom he described as irrational and crazy. I'm glad he shot him, Richard said. But binger said it was the crowd that chased after rittenhouse after he had shot rosenbaum, not rittenhouse, who reasonably believed they were in imminent danger as the teenager ran through the crowd waving a firearm. He does nothing to demonstrate to the crowd that he isn't a threat to kill again. And it turns out he does. Binger said, likening rittenhouse to an active shooter. They have a right to protect themselves, he said of the crowd, the defendant is not the only one in the world who has the right to self defense..

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Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings

"A jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges for fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during protests in Kenosha Wisconsin after three and a half days of deliberations by the defendant Kyle H. red house not guilty Rittenhouse sagged and collapsed he was acquitted of all charges Rittenhouse brought an A. R. style semi automatic rifle and a medical kit to night of tumultuous protests over police violence in the summer of twenty twenty Rittenhouse argued self defense in the shooting of Joseph Rosen bomb saying he was attacked then after being chased by bystanders shot to death protestor Anthony Huber who hit him with a skateboard and wounded demonstrator gauge grow scribes who admitted pointing a gun of his own at Rittenhouse here's defense attorney mark Richards once our individual selves this in this country for some

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Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

"The defense and prosecution of made their closing arguments in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the teen who killed two protesters in August of twenty twenty summing up the trial as heard on court TV Canosa county assistant district attorney Thomas Bangor says Kyle Rittenhouse then seventeen was not the frightened child the defense portrayed when he brought a semi automatic weapon to a racial justice protests you're not allowed to run around point you're gonna pay defense attorney mark Richard says Rittenhouse only shot those who threatened him calling it self defense one with a skateboard one of his hands one of his feet one with a gun prompting this for a bottle from another prosecutor James Krause so much to tell the parents and grandparents and Santa Claus getting skateboards this Christmas about how they're giving their children a deadly weapon I guess they should get in a R. fifteen instead the judge has given instructions to the jury and they begin deliberations in the morning I'm Jackie Quinn

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"mark richards" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WCPT 820

"At dot com This is AP news I'm Rita foley On this Veterans Day the commander in chief will announce an effort to better understand the medical condition suffered by troops deployed to toxic environments President Biden has talked about what he thinks may be a link between his son Beau's death from brain cancer after returning from Iraq and his exposure to toxins in the air There's no scientific evidence to suggest that link Kyle rittenhouse says he didn't do anything wrong but was defending himself the night he shot and killed two men and wounded a third during a street protest in Kenosha Wisconsin The AP's Jennifer King Rittenhouse took the stand at his murder trial Did you come to downtown Kenosha to look for trouble No Answering questions from defense attorney Mark Richards The person that attacked me first threatened to kill me twice Rittenhouse was mostly calm on the stand but at one point he broke down as he described feeling cornered by a protester who was carrying a gun and the first man he eventually shot Joseph rosenbaum That's right run Prosecutors have betrayed him as the instigator His lawyers are asking the judge to declare a mistrial saying the prosecutor asks questions of him that we're not allowed Four more astronauts are on their way to the International Space Station Jackie Quinn reports Ignition And liftoff A late night launch from the Kennedy Space Center after several delays for the crew of the new dragon endurance capsule Commander rajah chari It was a great ride better than we imagined This mission brings.

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Rittenhouse murder case thrown into jeopardy by mistrial bid

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Rittenhouse murder case thrown into jeopardy by mistrial bid

"Kyle Rittenhouse testified that he used deadly force when he shot three men with an A. R. fifteen during a protest in Wisconsin last year but says he only fired because he was in fear for his life Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand at his murder trial you come to downtown Kenosha look for trouble now answering questions from defense attorney mark Richards the person that is actually first threatened to kill me twice Rittenhouse was mostly calm on the stand but at one point he broke down as he described feeling cornered by a protester who was carrying a gun and the first man he eventually shot Joseph Rosenbaum right right well prosecutors have betrayed him as the instigator so you felt that as a seventeen year old it was appropriate for you to be on the streets of conjunction with an A. R. fifteen that Rittenhouse told prosecutor Thomas being that he felt he did what he had to do I do tend to kill them I intended it to I intended to stop the people who were attacking me I'm Jennifer king

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"mark richards" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The defense and call rittenhouse's murderer trial arguing for a mistrial on grounds of prosecutorial overreach earlier when on the stand Kyle rittenhouse said I didn't do anything wrong I defended myself this after a short pause in the trial where he broke down in tears on the stand while testifying he feared for his life after he was threatened twice he was rittenhouse during questioning by defense attorney Mark Richards about his interaction with Joseph rosenbaum one of the people written house shot I would say from me to where the judges of coming at me with his arms out in front of him I remember his hand on the barrel of my gun During questioning by the prosecution the judge berated the lead attorney so due to that prosecutorial overreach there now debating the issue of mistrial while rittenhouse's scheduled to continue testifying Meantime Eleanor public health officials report more than 5000 new and probable cases of COVID-19 today and 20 related deaths the 7 day statewide positivity rate now up to 2.8% hospitalizations are up as well And two teenage boys are charged with making a threat against Naperville central high school the threat made on October 19th It's one of several that forced lockdowns both are ages 15 and 16 from Naperville and they're facing felony disorderly conduct A New York teenager was charged last month with making a threat against Naperville north high school Wls news time is one 31 You saw traffic on the inbound Kennedy will head to the burn is 33 minutes on the outbound and X on the.

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"mark richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The WGN radio show case. I'm John's Week Day. 90 noon. Producer Aleph Garris. Let's get right into some of the interviews and stories that we'd like to highlight. Tonight we begin with Dan Hinkle, the lead reporter on the Kyle Rittenhouse story who Talks about how the Tribune gain possession of the interrogation video of written house which is at times hard to watch by Dan, Thanks for getting on the phone. Morning, John, You've been writing about the Kyle Rittenhouse story last summer. He was in Kenosha. It was in July, right? August August. He was part of that scene. He was up there is a vigilante. If you will to protect the properties is the city was burning. And as he got into a couple of confrontations, he ended up shooting people. Now he's uh What are the charges against him right now? Catch me up on that. He's charged with various things, the most serious charge and you know, the most serious charge possible is murder on. But there are a host of what you might describe his sort of lesser but still violent felony charges, and there's a misdemeanor gun charge that pretends to his possession of the air. Popped up in the news a week or so ago, when lucky him. He became sort of a cause celebre and $2 million was raised to get him out of jail, right? Yeah. He was built on in $2 million that was raised by his attorney east in part by his legal team, some of it through appeals to sort of what you describe his gun rights groups and people on the on the right. Yeah. I guess they see him as their cause since he was using a weapon to defend himself, and that's what the second Amendment for many people about. So now he's out and then, but he lives in Illinois, right? Um, he had prior to the shooting lived in Antioch after he was bailed out. He has been, uh, a location that's not been publicly disclosed. But his attorney said, so Maybe it's Wisconsin. Maybe it's Illinois. But there he was seen in a bar in Wisconsin, flashing a white supremacist sign with people who evidently we're of a like mind. You saw it on their T shirts. You saw it on the signs, and you heard it in a song they were singing serenading him that is often sung by white nationalists. Correct. Um, that was that what you're talking about stems from the filing by prosecutors that alleged you know that used stills from a bar video is what was publicly disclosed that showed Kyle giving what you describe is be okay sign, which is sort of been appropriated by certain white supremacist groups. And yet he was serenaded by this song from what I believe is the Broadway version of the Disney Movie LADN proud of you. Boy, which is a theme song. Her sort of, I guess, also adopted as a kind of theme song for the Proud Boys, which is an extremist street fighting group. Um, his a turn. Mark Richards in Wisconsin responded, You know, the prosecutors filed this motion because they hope to add conditions of his release, preventing him from associating with any extremist groups from showing the symbols that would be affiliated with Those kind of sentiments and his attorney said We are fine with that. Because he doesn't In short, He doesn't have any ties to any extremist groups. So go ahead and institute those conditions and the jet did. So did so. So Can he drink? He was 18 when he was in that bar, and I guess in Wisconsin if you're with the family member of parent You get to legally drink, so say his mom's in the bar with him in the proud boys. He's legally able to drink there, right? Yeah. It is a native of Janesville, Wisconsin. Yes, that is the law. Um, and the judge. Um, the judge did bar and from drinking alcohol, which again over no objection from his attorney. So I'm gonna just play to link. So then the tribute was able to get the video of when he was arrested. This is the Kenosha police who've come down to Illinois. Question, Kyle, right? Yeah, but it's about four hours of video here is just too little sound bites going to play the first one l a little charge..

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"mark richards" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Vito to the first piece of covert 19 legislation passed by the state legislature since last spring. Governor either, says the Republican backed bill impose limits on how the state response the pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Devon Lemma Que argued today the bill helps to reopen schools and businesses as well as reduce liability concerns. Businesses who are open churches who are operating schools who are operating need that assurance that there are not going to be frivolous lawsuits filed against them. The Senate passed an Assembly cove in 19 relief bill that they passed Thursday. More details have been released regarding three deaths near key Waske. Um Wednesday, the Washington County sheriff's Office says a 30 year old West Been man crashed a stolen vehicle on forced few road, then physically assaulted. Several people will try to find another vehicle to steal and kill two men ages 17 To win 77 at their homes. The suspect died after exchanging gunfire with a sheriff's deputy being struck by one of the bullets. Kyle Rittenhouse has fired his attorney, the 18 year old accused of killing two people during violent protests in Kenosha last August terminated Los Angeles lawyer John Pierce. Pierce had helped raise money to post written houses $2 million bail back in November. He also hired attorney Mark Richards to handle court proceedings in Wisconsin. In sports. The Bucks began to back to back series in Cleveland with the win against the Cavaliers this evening. 1 23 2105. The two teams play again tomorrow evening College past election today saw the market women lose two third ranked Connecticut, 87 to 58. UW Milwaukee Women fall too Right State 67 to 58 the UW Milwaukee Men Fall the northern.

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"mark richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You've been writing about the Kyle Rittenhouse story last summer. He was in Kenosha. It was in July, right? August August. He was part of that scene. He was up there is a vigilante. If you will to protect the properties is the city was burning. And as he got into a couple of confrontations, he ended up shooting people. Now he's uh What are the charges against him right now? Catch me up on that. He's charged with various things, the most serious charge and you know, the most serious charge possible is murder on day. There are a host of what you might describe his sort of lesser but still violent felony charges, and there's a misdemeanor gun charge that pertains to his possession of the air. Popped up in the news a week or so ago, when lucky him. He became sort of a cause celebre and $2 million was raised to get him out of jail, right? Yeah. He was bailed on in $2 million that was raised by his attorney East in part by his legal team, some of it through appeals to sort of what you describe his gun rights groups and people on the right. Yeah. I guess they see him as their cause since he was using a weapon to defend himself, and that's what the second Amendment for many people is all about. So now he's out and then, but he lives in Illinois, right? Um, he had prior to the shooting lived in Antioch after he was bailed out. He has been at a location that's not been publicly disclosed. But his attorney said, so Maybe it's Wisconsin. Maybe it's Illinois. But there he was seen in a bar in Wisconsin, flashing a white supremacist sign with people who evidently we're of a like mind. You saw it on their T shirts. You saw it on the signs, and you heard it in a song they were singing serenading him that is often sung by white nationalists. Correct. Um, that was that what you're talking about stems from the filing by prosecutors that alleged you know that used stills from a bar video is what was publicly disclosed that showed Kyle giving what you describe is be okay sign, which is sort of been appropriated by certain white supremacist groups. And, yeah, he was serenaded by this song from what I believe is the Broadway version of the Disney Movie LADN proud of you. Boy, which is the theme song Her sort of, I guess, also adopted as a kind of theme song for the Proud Boys, which is an extremist street fighting group. Um, his a turn. Mark Richards in Wisconsin responded, You know, the prosecutors filed this motion because they hope to add conditions of his release, preventing him from associating with any extremist groups from showing the symbols that would be affiliated with Those kind of sentiments and his attorney said. We are fine with that because he doesn't In short, He doesn't have any ties to any extremist groups. So go ahead and institute those conditions and projected so. And so so can he drink? He was 18 when he was in that bar And I guess in Wisconsin, if you with the family member of parent you get to legally drink, so say his mom's in the bar with him in the proud boys. He's legally able to drink there, right. Yes. A native of Janesville, Wisconsin. Yes, that is the law And the judge. Um, the judge did bar and from drinking alcohol, which again over no objection from his attorney. So I'm gonna just play to link. So then the Tribune was able to get the video of when he was arrested. This is the Kenosha police who've come down to Illinois. Question, Kyle, right? Yeah, but it's about four hours of video here is just too little sound bites going to play the first one l a little charge. They're gonna charge out keys..

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Miami - Florida Education Association Files Motion Seeking To Prevent State From Opening Schools This Month

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Florida Education Association Files Motion Seeking To Prevent State From Opening Schools This Month

"Florida teachers air pleading with the court to block the state from forcing schools to re open On July 6th. Florida's commissioner of education, Richard Corcoran, issued an order directing all schools in the state to reopen in person education at least five days a week. Now. Attorneys representing the Florida Education Association, the state's largest teachers union, are asking a court to step in and block that order. Mark Richards represents teachers in Miami Dade County and told the court during a virtual hearing Wednesday. He's our life and death No do over decisions. Another hearing on the cases scheduled for Thursday.

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"mark richards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All right what about your mark Richard there but you know filling in for the great ones so I told you got set up in my flat in the bombing Obama did it that's a fact Bobby's team did it we know we did it stop running away from it media people just tell the damn truth my gosh this isn't hard you have to be pretty good news all the time can you just one moment of honesty there you know what they're afraid of the media really they're afraid that Obama is gonna supplant in media jargon Nixon as the most the the the the tip of the spear so to say example of corruption in government that's what they're terrified because they know how devastating the media that is knows how devastating this scandalous Obama their administration spied on their political parties and abuse their power it is that simple now I said I get to party with us so first the spy on Mike Flynn's call with the Russian Kislyak on December twenty ninth but the frame and they know they don't have anything on him if charged with an actual crime liberals will tell you what he worked for the government of Turkey he did I didn't file a lot before he worked for the government of Turkey you sure about that of course you're not you're a liberal you don't know what you're talking about you probably haven't read the actual court documents with the judge in the case who by the way can't stand my plan judge Sullivan we all know I get to him too I use air quotes around judge because I'm not sure at this point like why he's still on this case is absurd but even the only judge judge Sullivan the judge can't stand my plan yes the prosecutors about that that my flight was lobbying for Turkey and didn't file as a lobbyist and he said to the government prosecution of the mother hacks were trying to prosecute winning court he said what did you guys reach out to the government of Turkey and asking the Flynn was lobbying for them are they were like I don't know okay I know we did yeah because Flynn was lobbying for the government of Turkey you again the number of liberals listening to the show I don't know what they're talking about the people he was lobbying for where Turkish they were not government officials you may not like that you may think that's untoward that's your opinion by the way okay former Obama people Democrats lobby for people all the time I'm sure you spoke out against them too right of course yeah you're lying in front I'm not I don't do it I don't lobby for a foreign government either way the people he was writing whatever operates for we're not Turkish government officials you just don't know what you're talking about they had a fabricator cry because they investigated this guy super not and he was clean as a whistle they couldn't find anything so they had a frame and they go and interview him about this call with the Russians now what is the let me give you the media story first what's the media story here this day from again dopey Talking Heads on cable news we have no idea what they're talking about and if done no homework on this case at all but feel entitled to talk about it on television I'll tell you what well the FBI agents showed up at the White House and when life he asked him play in a general did you talk about sanctions with the Russians and Flynn lied about sanctions he lied because he talked about sanctions on that call with the Russians and he said he didn't he did so when lied about talking about sanctions with the Russian she lied to the FBI about let me ask you a question before this break because I need you to think about this I need you to chew on this one during this little break I'm going to have how could Mike Flynn lied about sanctions and discussing sanctions sanctions with the Russian if he was never asked by the FBI about sanctions what what what what what what are and you Garfield spider man again but we don't have it should be wa wa then that's not possible the media has told us over and over media you know media Karen's give media cameras are the worst cars of all the cars you know the media Karen's you know they just that they they that they like if they sit there and they just repeat things over and over you know they know their fault the media Karen's of all told us that the F. one was picked up incidentally I'm asking and that when he was asked about sanctions by if you guys he lied about your first question to the media accounts out there should be Karen can you show me the F. B. I.'s three oh two winning took notes.

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"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"They didn't want to spend a lot of time making anything that. It was pretty they wanna make something that they could slap together. Make a lot of them yet. And I'll be honest with you there, they they don't look that much different these days. I'm sure because the idea is this is commodity hardware. Wow. This is this is great that Google donated this to the computer instruments it is indeed. What do you think that is? You probably recognize the interface, but that is a wooden model of the first palm pilot. Wow. Yeah. And the pointer at the bottom is actually a chopstick. So so I again, the hack nature of it. You know, it is kind of amazing. Jeff Hawkins who was is is a genius. And the another man who's been on the show. We did a great interview with Jeff many moons ago in the early days of triangulation. He he kind of hacked this together. This is you know, probably did it with a with a we whittled it with the band. I think as you well know and far better than I could is how how well it was put together software and how I don't know if you remember at the time apple tried to come out with something and they never got the handwriting. I have a few of those in my museum. Yeah. Yeah. And this was this was a revelation. I had used part pocket. Computers before I loved computer called the Siahaan three. I had one of those great any board. Yes. It was very good. And I remember talking to the head of sign at the time. Doctor. I can't remember what his name I had lunch with him at the break. Yeah. The Sheraton palace. And I said, you know, talk if if you could just synchronizes with your computer, so that my calendar that's on my computer would be on this. And my phone numbers would be on this. You'd have something he said nobody wants that. Leo. Then along comes Jeff Hawkins..

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"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"Night at five ninety nine came with sixty four k of ram the Commodore sixty four so named came out after the IBM PC. But this was for a whole generation, obviously, your generation karston your first, computer, right? This was the first computer for so many people who are now adults. This was the that was my computer all through junior high and high school. Yeah, here's the here's the full size version at Commodore then came out with a cheaper version of this. Right. That only had forty eight kept. Remember what the after the com- the Commodore sixty four. What did they do after this? There was another one that was really kind of killed little at a sink is saying. Oh, yeah. Load quote asterisk, quote, comet eight comma one that load basic basic in Iran, I had the I had the portable version of the Victoria. That was not the victim. The Commodore sixty four came out with a portable version with a little five inch screen kind of similar. Oh, that's cool. That's pretty cool. There's there's the first PC compatible. This this is kind of what halt and catch fire is all about in kind of fictionalized way. IBM did a silly thing. Maybe maybe it wasn't so silly. We could be grateful that IBM did it. But they didn't they didn't patent or trademark or encumber in any way, the the contents of the IBM PC or or even it's operating system. And so people were able to the real trick was to reverse engineer, the firmware the wrong and companies like Compaq that were the first than Phoenix later, and others were able to clean room, reverse engineer it because you couldn't you weren't supposed to look at the code. You get in trouble. But if you could reverse engineer, it you could make an IBM PC compatible, and this was really the first bestseller, the portable twenty pound Compaq, Computer. Wow later. Later, part of the most infamous merger of all time. I think. Oh, now, we get to my friend. Now. This an interesting choice you made here Mark, by the way, we should mention that we're talking to Mark Richards. He's the author of core memory a trip down memory lane images from the computer history museum in Mountain View visual survey of vintage computers. A lot of people would have shot. The MacIntosh from the front. Again, that goes back to kind of the nature of when you looked at it sideways. It had sort of an animalistic cumin element. It's almost like it seemed alive is profile. Yeah. Yeah. Just it just seemed natural. And I don't think in this case that's an accent. Steve Jobs wanted to make a computer that was approachable. Yeah. And it really was it was it was this was this was a landmark in nineteen Eighty-four personal computing, the first one that first personal computer that really didn't feel like a machine now, we're not done in memory lane. We're going to enter kind of modern times, but this is a fast, and anyone we we fast forward to nineteen ninety six. What do you think that is? What is that? It's Google rack custom design. This was their first production server. Yep. Wow. It was running Intel eighty eighty eights had a hundred twenty K ram k of ram not even a megabyte Nate the megabyte running MS dos. But the first gurgle Google searches were made on these servers. If you look at these the boards were just it was all kind of hacked together the harshest kinda sitting out there, and it kind of the boards kind of bent to bit their boat. Yeah. Yeah. I. There's another story in here. We're gonna to get to quickly. I mean scene, and I guess that's one thing. I want to emphasize is that so much of this history is so hack together. And it's taped together not beautiful. It's when we get to pong a point that out, we we come in upon pong that hell's been on this show to here's another image of the of the Google service. You can really see how passionately that drive is. It's not an Iraq. It's just sitting there. Yeah. But part of that was cost and interchangeability..

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"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"I don't think anybody called this trash even though it was technically trash eighty. It was always the model one hundred and it was because even though you only had four or five lines on here. Maybe there were eight I can't remember and you had a full keyboard. And you could connect this to a modem and file copy right from the ballpark. And this was an amazing, computer. I I I always I eventually got one. But at the time, I couldn't afford them. They were whole four hundred dollars. Don wrench. This is. This is incredible. Incredible Tandy model one hundred there's a trash eighty this was reasonably called the trash eighty because Eddie time you touch the keyboard static electricity was shoot from your fingers and kill the whole darn thing. He's really I still have that problem these were so unreliable. So when you dead animals. You have a great quote in here from the nineteen eighty superman comic g the T R S eighty really does think as fast as superman. Golly. Golly. What's this? I this is the first porn machine. Well, if you lived in France, yes, indeed. But, you know, the member that time in Afghanistan, I ended up meeting of French doctor and later on we were in Paris, and she had that in her house. And it was I I didn't use it for an ferris things because I could hardly spell my name. French let alone in anything else, but crazy is in the early eighties. The French phone company wanted to get rid of phone books. And they put one of these in every house in France. Yeah, they were so far. They they had it. They had it all there, and you call it porn. I don't think it had graphics, particularly. You could have sexy chat yet. There was it was utilized. I I don't want to overstate that. But every electron device that's ever been. Divides starts off at or Vince. Men in you know. He wins her like that. You can go back to Roman times. Somebody John didn't somebody bring us a mini tell at one point. I think we I think we got rid of it in the great purge of pardon me. Yeah. Yeah. I think in the great purge of twenty fifteen it was was lost to. I hope somebody got it though. Because that is a that is really an important machine. Even though nobody in America relievers saw one we did see this though. And boy did I drool over this. Yeah. This is an Osborne one. Much better shape than our Osborne. Was you know, Osborne is ton business schools as as a counter example. Yes. Yes. It's not to do. How not to unveil? It was a very quirky English. And and really quite a character. He's passed since. But this computer his was his idea to make a portable computer twenty pounds, by the way, the size of that screen is almost actual size. It's tiny, and but it was two thousand dollars, and it came with all the software not only CPM, but Wordstar, and what is it calc star? What was the spreadsheet that they had it came with all the software you need that's primarily because Lee Felsenstein really knew what he was doing. When he designed this thing twenty four pounds two thousand dollars. But Adama's born made a fatal mistake. Yes. Yes. You want to tell us. I think you'll tell better. Essay it was there. I remember. They knew they announced the Osborne too long before it was ready and killed sales of the Osborne. One and the osbournes to never came out because the company went bankrupt. But the legacy of some of the software still absolutely if you've look into word or some of the key commands, it's hit control ks every time. I want to say it's almost to me like the quivalent of English Kerr roads based upon Doman road. You know, yes. Legacy systems live on for much longer than they should excess was a this was a really important, computer..

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04:00 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"So in a weird sort of way super coup computer development was aided by that because they had to stimulate not stimulate. Stimulated. But. But they were simulating they were stimulating stimulus stimulation. Yeah. In some case. Now, some case that's interesting. So when they ended testing Aaron sixty three I think it was to build something to that can actually simulate nuclear explosion. They did it more. Now after that they did do underground testing. I don't know what the cutoff how long they did underground testing. But this this computer, according to the text here was originally at the university of Illinois, which of course, had a big supercomputing center. That's where later Mark Hendrickson would go right mosaic, and and because of antiwar protests in one thousand nine hundred seventy they became concerned for it. Activists called for a day of ili action. I don't know if I would want sticker for that. But anyway, what happened at Trump circle? Uley action. And so they had to move this. And this actually was moved to Mountain View to NASA Ames where the computer history museum is. So this is the f- maybe you could say this is the first computer and the computer history museum. This is the one that inspired you to. Yeah. Inspiring and bowl. Yeah. Oh now here we go with Seymour Cray's. First creation. This is a supercomputer. You know later he put a sofa around it, which was a little strange. But if you look carefully you could see the wiring. I think that's actually the later one this came after the sofa. Yes, I think that's crate three three. I think this is nineteen ninety five so trust that don't trust me. Yeah. Await I I don't remember which one had the sofa. I think it was you'll see is it in here. Yeah. Oh my God. Look at these wire bundles cry at least they finally put put socketed plugs on the end of them. So you could at least look what could go wrong replace them. Holy cow. Lot of handwork went into the here, we go. This is the Cray one the early Cray. And was furniture and a computer, and this was all a baby in the special fluid. Cold Floro Vick was called floral net. It was a two coup. Keep it cool. So imagine this whole was in fluid there an humming. Yeah. Wow. Supercomputers? You know, you've got one in your pocket now. But in these days, this was a this was a big deal that sounds wrong. But yes, you do though. I mean, the power processing power of the supercomputers dwarfed by modern. The visual of a supercomputer in your pocket in my pocket. This is a good one. And this is signed by somebody. You all know, this is the original apple one with its wooden case was sold this at the Homebrew, computer club. He sold the plans for you could build it yourself. The case was added. All you actually bump was the. I'm sure there are people selling wouldn't case in the back of the room. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was a kit. This was a kit and you had to do it all yourself. But that's of course, Steve, very famously. Steve Jobs said, you know, we could do is we could assemble these pre actually wanted to sell them to computer store, they said, well, you got to sell a kid if you wanna pre assemble the few of these I'll sell lows, so that's where the garage got powered up. I love it. You got the wants his signature on this. Wow..

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"This was a computer. But that was also software. It was a graphics computer eight bit per pixel frame buffer. This was the earliest days of bit mapped displays and the very first computer painting program super paint that name actually lived on ins in software for some years. But there is that's wow. Wow. Yeah. So beautiful. I just all I I don't know. Why maybe this just me? But I feel like if I had a little Marin Nour's sauce. I this would be delicious. Maybe that's just me. I don't I don't know. Okay now. Now, we're talking this is actually the first well-known kit computer also known as the Bill Gates porn site. That's right. When Bill Gates actually was Steve bomber saw this on the cover of. I think it was popular mechanics magazine. He came running into Bill Gates Harvard, dorm room and slap them upside. The head and said look at this. And you know, what they don't have any software. There could be a business there. I think it was the same dorm room Merck. Soccer later, Mark Zuckerberg wrote the formula for for for Facebook on the window. I believe. Yeah. Popular electronic magazine is the yeah, this is the cover story, the mitts al-tair, and it's hard to imagine the excitement that this generated because unlike the. Kanak or whatever that was this was a computer that actually had a microprocessor and people were very excited..

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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"Sure sure to excite all those nerves among us. You could almost afford this. And I can hear my girlfriend now is I get excited. She goes next. Okay. Okay. More fascinating fine inside voice, again, the wiring and again hand wired. You know, this is this is before the days of printed circuits. Yeah. And you had to really get to know what you were doing the paints taking effort that went into this. Here's the control data CDC sixty six hundred that is a very nice choice on your part. I mean this. It's a human. Yes. That's exactly what I was. This is a great image. That's also behind that. Computer was Mr. Cray. He was a big part of that. He went on to bigger and better things young guy at the time Seymour Cray. Course later started the super now see that way of switches that's called a dead start board. And and you know, what I this is what I look like before caught the dead start. Yeah. I know what you do with this. Now, somebody look at that picture. I couldn't touch anything because it's. Can't change which is right. But somebody looked at it and pointed out, and I can't remember what he said he goes when he looked at the phone. He goes, that's which is wrong. Got a bug. Right. No. He actually knew the coordinator reason is you couldn't use these computers until you loaded in by hand, using switches, the loader loader program that had to be hand programmed in because ram didn't get saved. And then once the loader program was loaded. You could read the paper tape or the punch cards of the magnetic tape too low the operating system, but humans had to hand enter these and people did it so often they had it memorized. You your friend obviously knew and and just fake he memorized that probably forgot his kids birth. Hey. That should be down somebody's been messing with this. Yeah. Low any paper tape today. Could you imagine the kids coming in on the weekend? What's this for death? This is the latest hairstyle with all the kids today. Wow. Look at that. You would think that that's a bad job? Right. John. We we use. This is what the back of our rack you still look like. But in fact, you really isn't any choice. That's how it has to look I guess that's the top of my head with. Here's some of the actual lists, which is on the dead start. Wow. This is a CDC sixty six hundred. Here's a IMP now. This is an important, computer. Yes. And that was the star of the Arpanet, which was the predecessor to the internet. And I the first message set on the internet was low low because they were trying to type in log on in assistant crap. You know, what low is a little more biblical and right on I told Ye my works. I thought it should've said yo that. That was before that time low is nice low. But I just love the first thing they start off it crashed. And like nothing's changed the first the early internet. This was a connection between IMP processors designed by bolt Beranek and Newman you see the BBN logo there. This is something this this was really fairly important to see this computer, the first packet router for Arpanet the predecessor, and this is this is what J C R lick lighter. When you when you read the story of the early days of the internet. This is what they were talking about these improprieties in Boston and Stanford, and I just want to point out being the California. And I am it was on California's from SRI or so for research tease CLA so gay California. Wow. It this machine. Ten by the way, case, you're mapping out the early days of the internet collect the mall. Like ten we've actually we've seen and Steve has shown it the hand-drawn map of the first Arpanet and one of these in there and probably number ten look for number ten. We'll you could figure out where it was located. Wow. That is something. This is they called this a kitchen computer, really, really the Honeywell h three cents. Hype thing Neiman, Marcus. This is in the Neiman Marcus catalog. They would not one no marketing was beautiful wasn't a bad deal. It was only ten grand. You got four K memory. Yeah. You had to hand enter your.

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03:06 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"By the book because oh, thank you look at this. Wouldn't you want put this on your coffee table? And I don't know. But I think there's a certain kind of person I'm one of them who would see this and go, oh, and then next hour is going to be spent going through thank you. So there look at this beautiful museum. Save look at that other part of the memory. They're the green and gold. It's just I'm I'm mesmerizing how beautiful they are. And you know, I'm also measure is by the engineer what they did with so little it's a beautiful duality. That's what drew me to it. You know? And I love the the in the book to you quote here. Margaret Hamilton, who I think people know her name now, but at the time was little known. She was the woman who is the director of software engineering at MIT's instrumentation instrumentation laboratory who wrote the code for the the lunar Lander, in fact sheets the term saw created the term software engine. Hearing. No one had no had called at that before. I think it's so many women within here. Even now in Silicon Valley. There's this kind of myth that it's mailed this mail that it's been both many of us have seen. I hope you have the picture of Margaret Hamilton standing next to the the six foot tall printouts of the code that she created that helped Apollo HP calculating. It was hard work. Actually, they probably were HP calculators. But it was still pretty pretty hard div sixty eight She with is her. with her stack of. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's just incredible Paolo code. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. This now, we're getting into something that I think some of our viewers will recognize because Steve Gibson's first computer was PDP eight and has a few of them sitting behind him replicas. Oscar Vermeulen amazing replicas of PDP sitting behind him in his studio. And of course, as soon as you see this you say, wait a minute. This is the L cars console from Star Trek because it really has that obviously, the Star Trek designers were very much influenced. It'd be keyboard of musicians it's beautiful as an Joyce of colors. Very pop seventy dollars. The full the full shot of a PD p eight facade. I poem was on that was it now eight or p p some Oscar his also made a PDP eleven and I have a replica in my office of the PDP eleven running front of a raspberry pi which has much more computing power than the eight or the eleven these are these are amazing four k can Fourcade of ram in this. It was at twenty eight thousand dollar computer that DP sixteen I sixteen bit many, computer. Wow..

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05:13 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"And for some reason it says here in French LA who looks stop code. Stop code right here. Folks, if you like halt and catch fire, this is the original look at this. Johnny ac. Rand corporation. You know? These really are transitional devices. This is almost the missing link between those human computers and the computers of today. I mean, this is this is base as you can get look at this stuff. What they did. We we stand on the shoulders of so many other people would you would you go. Now, here's something really pretty. And you said you have this up on the wall in your house. Can you can I buy these Princeton your website because I would love a printed, this you so prince. Oh, yeah. I'm do you see this right here. This is my soul. Available at a very fair price. No. Yeah. So you said you have this hanging. This core memory and kids today don't understand because we have kick oh by ram in our computers in the early days memory was literally magnetic cores with cross wires, and you could see if you look closely enough, and that's how we got termed bits from their bits was part of how they configured the memory, right? And we still say core. Dump even though there's no court down poor memory. And there's actually a better really great picture of those little magnetic cores Ciro in one that's on it is. And of course, you can address each one individually, if you know, it's horizontal and this one right here, we have to call, sir, sir. Excuse me. So. Yeah. Yeah. So these this must be fairly this is like using a macro lens or something. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Just to show, you know, how terrifically back then it was a physical item on you, see. Now, we have we've added we've improved it parody. Checking we have the cross wire. That's literally a parody check wire. Yeah. I don't know. Why I I thought they we had those at Halloween. Sage the semi automatic ground environment. This is keep this was keeping us safe from the rescues. Yeah. But also some of the code in the back of it ended up being origination. To the American Airlines reservations. I mean, it wasn't the fame, but it led to lead to. Yeah. And almost sentence. This was brought forth. It was a date because the Soviets had ICBM's and the bombers really do. Oh, you know, what the tubes? I said before it was really these tubes. I mean a mistake. These hoops rusty tubes used to protect us from the Soviet Union. Yes. Atomic them could have been from other iron curtain countries. But yes, so what is that? Oh that was a target aluminum. So if you had the radar here up go backwards, and this was it and you have a target, right? They display and then you could target eliminate and then you'd go bang. And didn't that was it? Right. All this. Yeah. Look at the look at that. Dial the telephone. Yeah. You still have this now kids when you say dial the phone that's what we're talking about. And when I say kids, I mean, anybody under forty don't remind me I just heard six four nine look at forties in the hate him. And I used to look at eighteen year old right? Right. Right. Yeah. We thought. Ancient, right. Don't trust. Anybody over three double o four. See? I love the space age fonts and lettering that they used because companies like IBM knew that people wanted this to be futuristic. Now, that's actually a Japanese computer. Is it really fun electric company? I guess right there. Yeah. That's became. Of course, any NEC and they're still around computers. Look at that. Yes. Space age. There was a little bit of marketing that went into this to the five forty two. Now, this guy this guy was guide on your minute man missiles. Yes. Yes. That's right. And and just think this is before Google maps, so GPS at all. So it was much harder back then find directions, you know, you had to do national guidance..

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04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"No, let's not consider. It's really, insecurity, which really is razor. So you make it to Afghantistan. And and you have what kind of camera were you shooting shooting a cannon FT, really 35-millimeter? Yes. Thirty five millimeter, and I had some a couple of three or four different lenses some long ones ones's because I was trying to get some shots of Russians as opposed to them shooting me. I would imagine for war photography the longer the lens. The better you get shot at though, right? Many a time. I'm Linda a boost forward this thing. But a lead with a good story. Okay. Okay. And you can read on their the three times. Well, I was shot almost shot many times and most of them, you never know and wars, and that's you know. No circumstances. But the three times that that remember -able to me that I was almost shocked. I all had my pants down. And. The first time I almost got shot one of the train. There's there's a story. I'm very vulnerable position in I was in never in a city Afghantistan. So if you're never gonna city Neff ghanistan so houses as they say the whole world's year lecturing. So I was taking a path into half ghanistan from push our Pakistan, and we're long line of Grillo, and I had to go off the line to go, you know, do my business. And then when I got up from to my business and start heading back to the line of people walking. All I heard was about seven or eight clicks. And that was the bolts coming back from an AK forty seven. Oh, yeah. Not a good sign. So I had to stand there with my pants down. And I thought there was a code among soldiers, you don't shoot somebody win their own. No, no, you should know that ghanistan shy. Wow. So you okay. So anyway, we'll go find some of these pictures are there on your website because I'd love to see some of these images, and you had to shoot KOTA chrome because that's what the press want like a time magazine. I mean, they were still kind of in between it was kind of going between colored black and white that time. Yeah. Yeah. It wasn't in between film additional between color and black and white is digital would come much later. Yes. So after you got back from the war zones. Did you continue to pursue photography? Yes. I it took me a while on my head to kind of rebuild my life. It was really hard. But I ended up getting a job at the Orange County. Register as a photographer right paper. Yeah. Yeah. And I did that for about two and a half years. And then I struck out on my own freelancing when I don't ever since. Yeah. Awesome. Well, the book we're talking about today. Is a bunch of visual. He he calls it a visual survey of vintage computers. Tell me how you got this idea. Well, I think I mentioned before one of my prime motivation is insecurity. So it was insecurity and fear. It's a good motivator again. No, No, no. no. And the reason is is it was around two thousand three ended up somehow at the museum and the computer history museum. Correct. This is in San Jose. No in about how about view, there's the the the tech, which is in San Jose, correct? The computer history museum is is it the old Moffett field area. Is that where it is? Yeah. Isn't that old pump hanger? I'm gonna go I'm gonna jump four and tie them going to give you a story about that. Which is okay. So interesting about computer business because it's just fascinating kill works together. But this is legendary and this was started by. Gordon? Bell's wife..

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Triangulation

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"mark richards" Discussed on Triangulation

"But no, no, yeah. No, this is he was not Thailand. This is way prior to. That's right. The Taliban came in after the rush Herath. That's right. Correct. So did you had you had training in photography where you know? No. I I I. I'm gonna go backwards quickly and move forward quickly. Just like this book chronology is overrating. I I left to join the navy at seventeen because at the time the Vietnam war was going on and you enlisted I enlisted the Vietnamese were far less scary than my stepmother. They were there were shot. Wow. Wow. And it was it was very good. I was on a carrier. I was I torn to be in photography, but they put me in intelligence or and it was it was really really good to me jammed up getting some training and photography. I know here and there, but if anything I don't know if you wanna be trained if you're as photographer from the military so much. Yeah. It because it's the military. Yeah. That's mission specific photography, and they tend yes, yes. They tend to think along very convention linear line. So out of the navy. Did you go back to school? I did. I went when I joined the navy because there was no way I can ever afford education. So that was one of the reasons so I went to good old GI Bill. Thank god. Right. Yeah. Went to orange coast college Kotte degree and photography two year. And then I went on to San Francisco state and ended up getting into gree. In international relations, figuring that that would help me date pan. Am stewardesses after I graduate. Honest about your motivations. I admire that about now candidate later, I found out that wasn't the best way. But that was four years later, and I say, although work correspondent is in a bad way to stewardess. I don't want to oversell myself. I consider myself not a success that a war. Because when I when I came back I had twenty bucks in three both in cameras. And so I don't want to oversell it. It was it was a hell of an adventure. But at and that's also a film era. Right name at mid eighties. You weren't shooting digital. Oh. I was getting film. Yeah. Yeah. It was I had to bring it all in like a portable darkroom. No. It was all slide film even worse. Would you could you? It was credit crowd. Yeah. No, I couldn't develop back to compare. It's a tough process and made a so you'd keep the canisters you shoot, you wouldn't know what you got. You have no way of knowing what you got. Yes. And then every few months you'd go back. What was the no I'm sorry. This isn't about the book. But I'm fascinated. So the book. Yeah. No. I went across overseas. I to go to a warned Burma swit- did that. But then I got foul separate malaria. So then I met a another correspondent written correspondent he turned me onto Afghantistan then Manic hell. as hell you understand that Mark this this is you could have been this is Ernest Hemingway stuff here if you went if you would read my letters, you go oh my God. Tell me that I want to be like, wow. Then I went to Cambodia, and then I went to India to Catrine through India to the bus over the border to Pakistan, holy cow. And so you because you're doing this on your own. Reuters writing the check here on your name out of initiative..

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