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Fresh update on "mobile" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:00 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mobile" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"More of. I'm Sebastian gorka back to your calls a three three three three gawker that's 833-334-6752. But please do not call us on a cell phone that's connected to the big cell phone providers because they're not on your side. They have donated millions of dollars to Planned Parenthood to gun control organizations to organizations that are un American and not on your side. Why would you fund people who hate your values? Join the only Christian conservative cell phone company in the United States that's patriot mobile. They have proven themselves. Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of donations to pro life organizations to veterans organizations to Second Amendment organizations. They have the same nationwide coverage and they have plans to fit every budget. Switch today, you can keep your old number. It's super easy that U.S. based team is superlative. The number to call is 9 7 two patriot, use my name for free activation that's 9 7 two 7 two 8 7 four 6 8 or just go to patriot mobile dot com slash gawker special extra discounts for veterans and first responders. Feel good. Join a phone company that is on your side, shares your values and loves America. 9 7 two patriot, patriot mobile dot com slash gawker that's patriot mobile dot com slash GOR KA stay on this channel. With the deepest voice impact.

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After Roe, Dems seek probe of tech's use of personal data

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

After Roe, Dems seek probe of tech's use of personal data

"Following up on the Supreme Court's ending of the constitutional protections for abortion Democrats in the Senate are calling for an investigation of tech companies use of personal data The lawmakers accuse Apple and Google of deceiving millions of mobile phone users by enabling the collection and sale of their personal data to third parties Privacy experts say now that roe versus wade was overturned it could make women vulnerable because their personal data could be used to surveil pregnancies and shared with police or sold to vigilantes and a letter to the Federal Trade Commission the senators said data brokers are already selling and sharing the location information of people that visit abortion providers to anyone with a credit card They also noted Apple and Google now allow customers to opt out of data tracking but until recently it was difficult to do it Ed Donahue Washington

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Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski Talks About Twitter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski Talks About Twitter

"Chris, I know you work closely with the people at truth social. Something's happened there. Devin was on the show a week ago. Now that it's available through the website through the mobile dot com on Android, my account is exploding. It was growing about one 2000 subs a day. Now it's four 5, 6000 per day on my account. Why do we need another social media account taught us about Twitter and your business manual? You're not in it for charity. Elon says he's just doing it for the freedom. I think he wants to make some money as well. Can you explain to me how Twitter doesn't make money with gazillions of users? What is the problem there? And maybe it has something to do with bot accounts. This study last week that half half of President Biden's 22 million followers aren't real people. So talk to us about this weird thing that is Twitter. Yeah, I keep banging my head against this and trying to figure it out, but when you compare. And I think there's a really good comparison now. You have truth social. So you can actually put two very similar things. Two pieces of evidence, right beside each other and you look at it and you're like, you have half the followers on truth, and you have double the followers on Twitter, and you're getting more engagement. Meaning an individual pose on the site that has smaller reach gets far more interaction with the followers. By multiples, which just makes sense, mathematically. They were only on iOS for the first little while here. They're only on mobile web and iOS now. They're only in the United States, whereas Twitter's global on every device, every platform. I think you can even find Twitter on a TV if you really wanted to get it on there. So like, and then when you look at the interaction that you get on truth versus the interaction you get on Twitter, you're looking at the users that are coming to you on Twitter, and they're like, hello, one, two, three, 6. Thousands of digits. Generated. And then you're looking at and you're looking at truth and their actual genuine comments that are like positive and you're going to find negative ones, but legitimate

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China Strapped With Economic Distress

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | Last month

China Strapped With Economic Distress

"Financial Times reports this morning that international investors are selling Chinese debt at a record pace. They also report in the telegraph that the Chinese housing market has for the first time in decades gone backwards that they're not able to interest the average Chinese consumer in a small lot purchase in one of the minor cities, which is the canary in the coal mine there. Are we dealing with a potentially catastrophic economic situation in China, Bill haggerty, because that won't stay in China? China, China has got some major problems. I think part of it goes to the demographic situation there. You know they've got just this massive demographic hole because of their one child policy. And they've got an aging population at birth rate that's below replacement rate right now. And they're going to have a very difficult time maintaining support for the elderly population as it moves forward. You sort of you begin to see that manifest itself in the housing market. But I think it's the other reasons for this too. China is certainly going to this zero COVID policy because they have not vaccinated the mobile vulnerable people in their own population. That's caused massive shutdowns massive economic dislocation. That's very hard to recover from. And their way to recover from it in China is to make more infrastructure investment. Well, many of the Chinese infrastructure investments might be good ego projects for Chinese leadership, but they don't have a real economic value. So I think it's a misallocation of resources within the country. It's demographic problems. It's their reaction to the COVID pandemic, which had things been different in Wuhan, maybe not spread it. We might be in a very different place right now. So China is dealing with it in all fronts.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

"Sergeant Mattingly talk about what else is. How many different places have your family ended up living? Talk to us about access to lawyers, lawyers for you for other members of the team. It sounds like your life has become a living hell since this incident. It's been, it's been something that movies couldn't even, if you saw all this stuff in movies, you wouldn't think it was real. And I never thought I would be in this situation either. You think it won't happen to you or at least not to this extent. So yeah, we've been to we've had to move 6 different times. We've I think we're finally in a place we're staying, but when you're freeloading off people trying to find locations and trying to sell the house, we have just bought, then there's a lot of stress involved in that. And what I want to let people know, especially the people who are the pundits who were the liberal media who, the ones that attack you on social media, when you attack me, that's fine. You know, I had 21 years of police work where you get pretty callous to a lot of things. But our families aren't used to that. And they're innocent in all this. The children, the grandchildren, the parents, my wife, so all these things are external stressors that are hard to deal with. And unfortunately, like you were talking about the lawyers in mobile, here was that this was a huge one. When all this came down and we knew that there were potential charges against us from the state, then we reached out to the best attorneys and Louisville because that's who you want representing you correct. You think, okay, lawyers don't care. I mean, they represent murders and rapists and child molesters and all that surely they'll represent me. It's wrong. None of us could get a lawyer in Louisville and you'd call them and you go, man, can you represent me? Ah, I've got a conflict of interest or, oh, I just ain't going to work out. Nobody would be honest, except one lawyer finally told me the truth. And he said, John, you know this would ruin my career. This is my business. You know who I represent. I would love to help you. My wife's freaking out because anybody that helps you always get doxed and attacked and we're scared to do it. So he was the only one that had the courage to tell me the truth and I appreciated that, but it's sad that you can't even get fair representation because you're a police officer.

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Jan. 6 panel wants interviews with Brooks, Biggs, Jackson

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Jan. 6 panel wants interviews with Brooks, Biggs, Jackson

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France prepares for landmark presidential election

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

France prepares for landmark presidential election

"France's France's France's France's two two two two remaining remaining remaining remaining presidential presidential presidential presidential candidates candidates candidates candidates are are are are racing racing racing racing to to to to push push push push for for for for more more more more votes votes votes votes on on on on the the the the final final final final day day day day of of of of campaigning campaigning campaigning campaigning before before before before the the the the election election election election run run run run off off off off takes takes takes takes place place place place French French French French president president president president Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel macron macron macron macron the the the the centrist centrist centrist centrist incumbent incumbent incumbent incumbent has has has has campaigned campaigned campaigned campaigned on on on on a a a a message message message message of of of of unity unity unity unity in in in in an an an an interview interview interview interview with with with with French French French French radio radio radio radio he he he he accused accused accused accused his his his his opponents opponents opponents opponents all all all all right right right right candidate candidate candidate candidate marine marine marine marine le le le le pen pen pen pen of of of of trying trying trying trying to to to to divide divide divide divide Fonseca Fonseca Fonseca Fonseca Islam Islam Islam Islam the the the the ball ball ball ball club club club club mobile mobile mobile mobile mean mean mean mean metal metal metal metal yes yes yes yes the the the the debate debate debate debate clearly clearly clearly clearly brought brought brought brought to to to to light light light light that that that that marine marine marine marine le le le le pen's pen's pen's pen's party party party party is is is is called called called called the the the the French French French French Paul Paul Paul Paul writes writes writes writes when when when when someone someone someone someone explains explains explains explains you you you you that that that that Islam Islam Islam Islam because because because because Islam Islam Islam Islam isn't isn't isn't isn't because because because because terrorism terrorism terrorism terrorism eclipse eclipse eclipse eclipse problem problem problem problem the the the the president president president president did did did did however however however however acknowledge acknowledge acknowledge acknowledge that that that that depend depend depend depend had had had had tapped tapped tapped tapped into into into into a a a a frustration frustration frustration frustration that that that that he he he he wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't able able able able to to to to satisfy satisfy satisfy satisfy with with with with the the the the French French French French people people people people she she she she was was was was so so so so thrives thrives thrives thrives on on on on what what what what we we we we didn't didn't didn't didn't manage manage manage manage to to to to do do do do things things things things

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Lee Zeldin: How to Stop New Yorkers From Moving to Florida

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Lee Zeldin: How to Stop New Yorkers From Moving to Florida

"Like a lot of your Friends and neighbors and New York many of them have moved to Florida and they're voting Republican How do you stop this You have to lower taxes across the board You have to bring spending under control people want to feel safe on their streets and in their subways They want their freedoms protected defended guarded They want their quality of education or schools to be improved But when some genius up in Albany to science we're going to raise taxes again because we want to make someone pay more of their fair share while that genius actually just talked to that person who's more mobile than ever to move down to Florida and now their New York State income taxes just got reduced to zero So across the board I mean the spending the new bill is over $220 billion the new budget that's twice the entire budget for the state of Florida The budget for the city of New York City is more than the entire state of Florida Do you spend more on Medicaid than the entire budget for the state of Florida It's on sustainable And they have about two 3 million more people now than the state of New York Florida does And that wasn't the way it was not that long ago but New York right now is leading the entire population nationwide in losing people from their states Leading the country in population loss is nothing to brag about People feel like their wallets are safety to freedom The kids education are all under attack This is a rescue mission right now to save our country This is a rescue mission to save states blue states with blue state control three governors like New York and other places We all have to be all in everywhere taking nothing for granted And I feel like we have a great opportunity to restore balance and common sense and conservative values back to government

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Live Updates | Mariupol officials: Russians forbid burials

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Live Updates | Mariupol officials: Russians forbid burials

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Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10K civilians

AP News Radio

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10K civilians

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Robert Spaulding Speaks to the Complexity of a No-Fly Zone in Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Robert Spaulding Speaks to the Complexity of a No-Fly Zone in Ukraine

"Rob, can you talk to us about the complexity of what I know flames that fly zone is or would be in Ukraine or western Ukraine, how it would work, who would have to fly it and whether it's feasible. Well, I think, you know, in terms of executing it, it's feasible. You have to understand where your staging out of. In this case, there might not be airfields in Ukraine to stage out of there for your staging out of the nations that border the Ukraine, which then creates the question are you bringing those nations directly into the conflict because you're flying combat sorties out of those airfields. The other thing you have is you have tankers that are very vulnerable. You have a wax that are very vulnerable in addition on the battlefield within Ukraine. You have mobile surface to air missile systems that you have to be concerned about. So we can do it. The problem is, do you want to do it? And the question is here, we have to get back to understanding what the Cold War was about. It was not a we did not go directly in the military confrontation or conflict with the Soviet Union because of the danger of escalating to nuclear war. The closest we came in terms of a confrontation that where somebody was encroaching encroaching on our territory was the Cuban missile crisis. There's others that were in 84 where we had we were doing an exercise and there's a belief that Soviets mistook and thought that they were going to be under attack, but the Cuban missile crisis is really the closest corollary to Ukraine. Do you want to put U.S. or NATO forces into direct support of a no fly zone when you can have direct conflict with Russian aircraft? And the answer is, in my opinion, is no. And the reason is because you can't have an escalation to nuclear conflict. We have to get into the mindset that this is not going to be over in Ukraine. It may not be over in Moldova. It may extend broader, it may not be over just in Europe, the Chinese could move in Asia. So we need to begin to take a step back, take a pause and understand that we are in a long-term competition for the survival of

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Videos: Mariupol Hospital Maternity Ward Hit by Devastating Strike

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Videos: Mariupol Hospital Maternity Ward Hit by Devastating Strike

"A Russian S. strike on a maternity ward in southeastern Ukraine has left several dead and many injured as civilians around Ukraine remain trapped without vital services to survive the sound of shelling K. as a Russian and strike destroyed a maternity hospital in my youthful a mother who was inside of the hospital at time of the blast crises in shock as she cradles her baby and injured pregnant woman is carried out on a stretcher several men scramble to evacuate her meanwhile around Ukraine thousands of civilians are unable to escape the seized or destroyed areas as they suffer from electricity outages food shortages and all the vital services thousands are hoping to find relief through safe exits agreed upon by Ukraine and Russia if pen residency through the talk he managed to escape through one of these commercials there are lots of people who stayed in shelters and there are lots of distractions this new rule ten mobile on that Catherine anything violinist Fearnley took tango is confined to have salary income he with eleven other people as a shelter from the bombs now to give people hope I'm

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Live updates: Russia interfering at nuclear plant, IAEA says

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Live updates: Russia interfering at nuclear plant, IAEA says

"Russia's invasion of Ukraine has involved fighting around the country's nuclear power plants and that's raising concerns about their safety I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look you crane is heavily reliant on nuclear energy fifteen reactors at four stations provide about half the country's electricity the separation plant seized by Russian forces last week had six of those reactors the international atomic energy agency says the plant staffer now required to seek approval for any operation even maintenance from the Russians normal communications there have been hampered with the internet and some mobile networks switched off the greens regulatory authority says phone lines emails and facts are no longer working in a nearly two hour call Sunday French president Emmanuel macron told Russian president Vladimir Putin Ukraine's nuclear facilities must not be targeted or otherwise caught up in the fighting Putin replied that was not Russia is intent on Ben Thomas

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Toppin wins dunk contest with one-handed slam

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Toppin wins dunk contest with one-handed slam

"Knicks forward obi Toppin won the slam dunk contest after want to Scott Anderson couldn't hit on its final try topping finished second as a rookie before capturing what was an otherwise disappointing finish the all star Saturday Timberwolves seven footer Karl Anthony towns was the surprise winner of the three point contest scoring twenty nine points in his final round pounds beat look at art of the clippers in Atlanta's Trae young the host Cavaliers with the first winners the revamped skills challenge rookie Evan mobile gave his team a victory by nailing a half court shot on his first attempt I'm

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EXPLAINER: Will burglar alarms still work after 3G shutdown?

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

EXPLAINER: Will burglar alarms still work after 3G shutdown?

"Companies that make burglar alarms and other warning systems are asking the Federal Communications Commission to delay the shut down of three G. networks which is part of the transition to five G. mobile service AT&T is scheduled to shut down its three G. network February twenty second T. mobile plans to do so by the summer but the home alarm industry is asking for a delay until December to implement safeguards for older phones and other devices from home fire alarms to elderly health monitors ankle tracking bracelets used by law enforcement A. A. R. P. is also asking for the delay and the company's owner which provides GPS and other services for buses and trucks says tens of thousands of vehicles will be affected when three G. is shut down including school buses I'm Jackie Quinn

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Olympic Updates: Xi to meet with leaders of Serbia, Egypt

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Olympic Updates: Xi to meet with leaders of Serbia, Egypt

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"mobile" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

04:19 min | 9 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

"Create connectors with high data rates in reliability and even more miniature informed backers finally longer term. You know again. This is that timeframe that we were looking at earlier towards the end of the decade or even into the twenty thirties. This is where. I think you could envision people as as you mentioned starting to replace that mobile phone with classes won't happen overnight but but this'll amplify some of those issues above and also introduced some some new challenges and opportunities for technologies around optics like projection systems in wave guts and would we what about a impacts of gm further beyond that in eighteen sixty. Yeah that's right. I mean i think five jay certainly one of those big trends that that will shape how we use our phone how we interact with phone how we interact with with everything around us and i think you know when most people think about five g. they think first about bandwidths and download speed can download a movie really quickly something like that. I think that's a big part of the value premise of a five g. particularly with with With millimeter wave. As you know. There's there's a couple of different colored flavors five g. out there millimeter. Wave is is the piece of five. Jade promises really fast download speeds. But i think that for a lot of mobile use cases what actually matters are two of the other big pillars of five g. which is low latency and high device density a low latency. Means you get this near instantaneous. Response from server. You do something on your mobile device. You get a response back quickly. That's really critical. Applications like gaming or a. r. and b. biard. Where if you don't have that low latency. There's a lag that that might just feel unnatural high device density means that you can have far more devices in denver. Area say crowded office building or a busy intersection or a stadium. And you won't notice a difference in terms of performance. I think that one's pretty interesting because what that again. Replies is more devices not necessarily more people in other words you can envision a scenario where every person has a couple of devices each between their phones that lasts their health monitors and where. You've got other devices autonomous devices talking to one another again whether that's kars infrastructure or anything else so i think that there's again kind of a lot of ways in which five g. will will start to change the way in which we work with our devices as that deployments continue to roll out five sixty. You know. I can only speculate. I think it'll be everything we just talked about. But but even more time left the town that developed what about the role of the phone as as comedy central controlling and individuals iot connections such as smart the garbage craze. Whether you see the future of this and what will this mean for the design future funds. Yeah so so certainly. That's a role that are smartphone. already placed You know i think to the extent that folks have smart devices in their smart homes today. Certainly the the phone is the way in the in the sort of portal to control most of that. Today i think in the near term. I think what we'll see a proliferation of these devices which will only make that functionality. More important in our survey two out of three felt that consumers would have more devices five years from now and again. It's easy to see. Why when you kind of think about the mega trends that we talked.

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"mobile" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"You'll design the site once usually via desktop and then they will try to make it look great in all forms. This is not foolproof. Sometimes it doesn't exactly do a great job and if they don't and you're using something like a squarespace you need to contact supporting you going to say. Hey this page in this area. It just doesn't look right. Can you fix it on mobile. Only so they don't change away looks on other devices. You gotta work with the support and you gotta make sure looks great anytime you publish a new page or a new blog post. Take a look at what is going to look like on mobile. Look at it preview it. They're usually a preview of feature on the builder. This goes for workers as well And then after you publish it go to looks like on your phone. Make it a habit any new page any new blog post. Take a look at what it looks like on your phone. Now when you're in those mobile edit modes in on your website when you're editing to make a look good on mobile remember you're going to have to make some sacrifices sometimes to what's on the site what's on the page to make look clean and to make it simple for the user if you're ever in doubt if you're ever wondering hey how do i do this. What kind of sacrifices should i make always reach out to best practices. What i mean by that to sites that you frequent blogs you love businesses. Hugh endorse or you use. Go to their site on your mobile ice and look at the difference between the mobile version. Verse is the actual desktop version. You'll notice some pages will be different on mobile versus desktop. Look at the changes. A look at the trade offs. They made often. They basically will prefer texts to communicate over multimedia whether it's an image or a slider or even video or maybe they'll change the way they present video so instead of just putting the video flat right there on the page and make a hard. Because you have to scroll or find it. They might prompt you with a play button somewhere. So you click it and opens up in a modal or in a pop up so if you're ever in doubt look at the sites that you like as examples next page beat you make sure your site is moving fast. Google has a page speed tool. So.

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"mobile" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Welcome to the hundred dollar. Nba show business tips and strategies. You can't afford to miss every single day with her daily ten minute business lessons for the real world your host. Your coach teacher omar's then home. I'm also the co founder of webinar. Ninja an independent software. Company has served by partner bag a two thousand fourteen. Then today's lesson you'll learn. Is your business website mobile. I over fifty. Four percent of all web traffic is now mobile. There's over five point two billion smartphone users in the world. This means that the likelihood of somebody seeing your website on a mobile device is incredibly high union to make sure your businesses website is a mobile. First what does this mean but when web designers develop websites. This design term called mobile. I and this means that they actually design the site to la- great on mobile first before it looks great on desktop. This ensures that when anybody hits your businesses website on a mobile device it looks brilliant. It performs fast and converts at a high rate in. Today's listen we'll talk about why this is so important. How does are moving towards the so. Your business website is mobile. I and is super mobile. Friendly and why being mobile. I or being mobile optimized is not the same thing as having a responsive website. We'll get into all details and hook you up with the information you need. So let's get into it. Let's get.

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"mobile" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"I think it's important to understand that when app creators have their app and they release it into a store quite often what they do is they go join publishing networks Admiral being one of them. Which is google's platform. There are several others that you as an app creator. So i write my mobile app. Maybe it's a. I wrote ways. The maps app right or a free. Vpn or an interior calculator or something like that like a a a measuring calculator kinda thing And those are there so they can monetize their free apps and they then accept advertising via that network where people like sajida for example are able to set placements and set various mobile. Add types and all of that fun stuff. She was there anything else. You wanted to add about mobile apps and app networks. Yeah i think it's. It's a really interesting topic because everything that you mentioned. Also because more and more people spending a lot of time on mobile devices and most of the convergence nowadays are happening more from mobile devices. So why not. Israel driving them to a website. It'd be nice if we can you place. These ads of at apps that people mostly us Yeah for sure and the some of the stats are really staggering. If you if you hear them I put it in the email today but it was the average north. American adults spends three hours and fifty four minutes on a mobile device during that day of that time. I'm pretty sure it's over eight percent if that's the right stat is spent in the app ecosystem and not in the browser. So there you go yeah. Proof is in the pudding so to speak so just to run over quickly. What it is that we're talking about today. We're going to talk about why mobile app advertising can be used for. Small businesses really usefully Medium size and large businesses obviously The distinction between mobile web and mobile apps to talk about it talking a little bit about mobile app platforms and how they work. So we're going to touch on the big ones. There are a lot of them out there. but google facebook insta- being And asthma being another But from google ads you can access all of those mobile networks. So that's that's something if you're not familiar with it That's something that's important. How we target at in-app How in how we do in app and mobile ad targeting the differences out about how.

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"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

"So they'd be more able to afford to buy up their own parks a lot. More parks could turn into co ops. He's folks probably paying another one hundred dollars a month for every home just interest that they wouldn't be paying fannie mae so one hundred dollars a month over years is turn out to be hundreds of thousands of dollars to these so that huge hundred eighty dollars a month rent increase. The people at brookside village here had to swallow. That could have been a lot smaller if the loan was backed by fannie and freddie and again one of the central missions fannie and freddie is to help people afford homes but they've ended up backing the corporate investors that are jacking up brands and not the actual people trying to afford their homes. And because the co ops don't have access to this magic rate lowering tool. They have to charge more rent. So somehow all of the options for mobile home residents.

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"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

"Massachusetts. Charlie smith retired and moved to the brookside village mobile home. Park in plainville mass. He's eighty years old and he's got this really cute little mobile home. That somehow to me. Look like a surf shack. That you'd see on maui. I just wanted to hang out there with him. I got a nice little yard was lots of trees if wishes could see how nice of sima hammock back there. Yeah oh this is gorgeous. This is one of the crown jewels. His yamaha royal star motorcycle. Thirteen hundreds of e four. And i have saddle base to go on a few years ago. Charlie almost wound up in the same situation as mary. He and the other residents heard that their park was about to be sold to a big company. The odor had essentially already made a deal with the with that company to. How did you even find out that this was happening to your part to well. He sent us a letter. We got a letter saying that the park was being sold And he stated the the amount of money charles says. The park was getting sold for about four million dollars to this big company and a lot of the other people in his park their retirees on small fixed incomes and they were concerned because they were seeing rents going up in other parks that were getting bought up around them. They weren't just concerned. They were actually terrified. Saying they would turn to me and say charlie if they force us out where would i go. We couldn't afford an apartment. We couldn't afford you know like what the hell would we do. And then charlie got a call from a housing nonprofit. They told him listen. This isn't a done deal. There's this law in massachusetts. It says when a mobile home park goes up for sale. The people who live there..

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"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

"Parks the big difference between companies like his and haven park and the blackstone of the world is kind of a bunch of zeros and a lot of office space but they all see the same opportunity. Here i saw. Well where's the world headed. We're not building a lot of affordable housing yet. we're not solving as an american society. We're not solving the the housing problem and he sees owning mobile home parks as a really steady source of income. Lots of demand not enough supply. Great business opportunity. It's kind of the classic story. There's a lot of mom and pop. Businesses not being run as efficiently as they could be in this case not raising reds or says collecting reds as much as they could being too loose with expenses..

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"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"mobile" Discussed on Planet Money

"Lot of affordable housing. There are nearly three million of them in mobile home parks across the country and they can cost less than half of what other homes go for. But the thing about mobile home parks. Is that even if you own. Your house outright. Which mary does you still have to pay rent on the little plot of land that your house sits on. It's called lot rent for mary. Four years ago it was less than three hundred fifty dollars a month and whenever she had trouble paying that on time she could work it out. The couple that manage the park lived right here standing. Nancy were the ones before i would call and say. Hey look i've got half the rent offering the rest you know next week or whatever. Okay that's fine but you realize you're going to have a late fee. Yeah i understand that. I i get that okay..

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"mobile" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"Elect. Mobile phone are emol or newsroom. We can use for shoot at it also for our newsroom is also regardless studio newsroom How does that work. Do you have solve editors based in the newsroom. And then you just send everything like three in-house after to work on. What does that workflow exactly looked like a rock freeze lake virtuoso virtual based we are often use words up and social Black firm and reporters kiddie mobile on holidays. in every endeavors and meant Can gary mobile phone and normal on his easy to carry from one place to another base and again go alive from any other place any in any situation jamaica also about this. My about journalism manual. What exactly is in there. And and who is it really targeted at emmanuel. We have tried to loot the latest. The block man in the social media and how johnny's gonna use those features and tools to cure their stories so we booted field chapters in the men will all out each other chapters. Discuss how john it's gonna Deals and use these tools and features do dil their stores for Social media platforms and because that responsibilities journalists as also been changed having these social media and mobile devices so generous not on gathered information's the also the debating fighting inflammation also need to find on the possible ways to distill their contents and finally they want to engage enter. And do you know directions and engagement with audience. So that all things we tried to include in this You know manuals what we see. In most countries around the world is that mobile consumption is going up and up and up and this must make it much more important to be thinking about creating news for the mobile devices. Juggle avai question. You have raised. what we have seen over the last couple of years in bangladesh. That the benadryl up for me is only busy and number of also social media users are also increasing and the editor of different news. Media's have saved that The majority of tropics they have from the mobile users. And the newsroom's now realize to reform or modify their workflow so the content can be adopted. Our and be customized for the mobile devices.

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"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"Biometrics. How you were the phone. Ango those touch screen on and all that it's a biometric signal and bad signal can be used as an additional security mechanism. So should your phone gets stolen. Why should somebody hacking your phone. It would be very hard for them to emulate biometrics. No they wouldn't be able to impersonate you and submit They have but my expecter at mit says voting still needs solid verification and that probably means using electronic hybrid ballots that in the end relies on one of the oldest technologies around for counting votes paper. i know this is getting somewhat nerdy in technical but the difference here is in the situation where you're just getting the ballot delivered to you and your printing it out in your mailing it in at least in case. There's a human element. There's the ability for you to physically verify the ballot before it's mailed in and that is significantly different than just sending ballot electronic ballot back through the same system. It's worth remembering to technology will have to be scalable. The mobile voting absence circulation now only service small sub section of the population but ultimately would have to be used by millions of voters phone paper. Whatever bradley tusk thinks up or a combination of all these things. The goal for most of us is to enfranchise the highest number of citizens in the voting process. I asked wall street journal reporter. Paul vena the best way to get there. I mean one big part of this. Is you look at election and you go back five ten twenty years. Whatever most people don't vote they don't vote and there are a million different reasons for why they don't vote but one reason probably is in some areas in some neighborhoods in some communities. It is not made easy to vote. Can you make it easier for people in disadvantaged communities to vote with a smartphone if you can come up with a up mobile voting app with hong d feel more confident about these newer systems. Yeah i look. I think we're still at such an early stage in this that everything's being tested and everything should be tested. Blockchain should be tested. Cloud should be tested. Can you come up with what is sort of this gold standard which is an end to end verifiable ballot process in other words. Can you come up with a system. That at every point from the voter to the counting of the votes by the election officials. All of it can be verified. All of it can be backed up. All of it can be confirmed. Can you build that system. That's the real trick of this whole thing going to find out. No system is one hundred percent foolproof and every new technology brings its own set of problems. If you're old enough right now. You're probably thinking back to the two thousand election between george bush and al gore came down to a couple hundred partially punched ballots in florida. And whether they should be counted. So the question is can you come up with something that is encased in four feet of iron and can't be broken. It's can you come up with something. That is as good as what we have. I think that's possible. I think that's really possible. I certainly think it's worth trying. And more jurisdictions will be trying this november online voting. We'll be tested in counties in west. Virginia utah oregon washington and south carolina. Before we go we have a correction to make regarding tusk philanthropies in an earlier version of this podcast released on october second. We said that bradley tusk was funding mobile voting apps including the votes app task philanthropies has given funding to voting precincts to launch mobile voting pilot programs not to the apps themselves. The future of everything is in production of the wall street journal. Stephanie ilgenfritz as the editorial director of the future of everything lee camping carter is digital director of the future of everything. This episode sound designer is sarah gabe. Alaska our producer is casey georgie. The wall street journal is executive. Producer of audio. Is qatari yokum. I'm janet bobbin thanks for listening..

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"mobile" Discussed on Esports Minute

Esports Minute

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on Esports Minute

"Pubg mobile is heading into its Global championship for 2020 the pmdc to welcome fans. They made an announcement for the upcoming season, which promises to be a huge one for fans of the mobile Battle Royale and twenty Twenty-One pubg mobile have a total prize pool of fourteen million dollars the highest total prize pool for a mobile a sport in one year in history month that price will be spread across a much larger ecosystem than we saw in twenty-twenty this year pubg mobile operated two leaks the pubg Mobile Pro leagues in South Asia and Southeast Asia off next year. They will add 7 more regions. Those regions are turkey Western Europe Arabia North America Latin America and Brazil. The final region being added is the Commonwealth of Rome. Dependent states, which is basically the old Soviet Bloc with Russia, Ukraine Yugoslavia and other countries in that region, the actual format of the year will be similar to fans of League to split beginning in January and am waiting in a global championship in Fall. There will also be major invitationals held over the summer pubg mobile is seeing record-breaking growth and viewership and fans who want to buy in ahead of next season as the Regent enters the pubg mobile Bots world can watch the pmdc from now until December 20th. The current pmgc is competing for a prize pool of two million dollars. The new pubg mobile format is really important for a couple reasons, It's the biggest mobile Esports structure. We've ever seen attached to one game and it's also the most fleshed-out format for Battle Royale Esports we've ever seen well fortnite has put down more money and prizes. They don't operate Regional leagues and you are close to level. We're going to be seeing from pubg Mobile in 2021. And in other good news for pubg mobile. It seems like the game is on track to be reinstated by the Indian government. India was the name. Growth region for pubg mobile for most of this year and the government banned the game along with a lengthy list of other apps with connections to China a few months ago according to a leak reported by Indian Publications over the weekend. There is a place to bring pubg mobile back to the world's second most populous country sometime soon, but we don't have much more information than that.

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"mobile" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

Your Brain at Work

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

"Two weeks ago. . Some of you listen to US talking about how to truly get the. . From, , your leaders when it comes to your diversity equity inclusion efforts, , and there are four main steps that we talk about when it comes to building longlasting strategy is the first one is really mobilizing your leaders. . Then we start moving into building those strategies together with your leaders and then activating the right habits. . Because when we talk about the culture, , it's really shared every day habits. . So how do we properly activate those habits and then the last important step is really reimagining your systems when it comes to talent management systems and business systems in your organization. . So today will focus on how to actually build proper diversity equity inclusion strategies that last in your organization and I'm so excited that Holly's joining us. . I know that T. mobile is very highly recognized as an organization that really invested a lot in building out diversity equity inclusion culture and they've done so much in this space they've built such phenomenal brands and they're recognized by the community. . They've won a lot of awards when it comes to their work incorporate equality corporates inclusion, , and really investing in lgbtq I communities in the beds and women in the workplace. . So I would just love to get started holly and talk a little bit of your journey as far. . <unk> team. All . Ball. . Absolutely thank you esther and for having me I just so appreciate the work of an ally and it's a pleasure to partner with you in this. . So I started in the nonprofit field and I read the pedagogy of the oppressed by Paulo Freire and this truly. . My understanding of advocacy and allied ship. . And I learned early on in this work in a nonprofit working with. . Women students were the first families to go to college. . Many of them were from Latin next Hispanic Communities, , native American Indian lack of African American communities who wanted to be teachers in I learned about listening to their stories that were so different from mine and understanding how to give them a platform and a space for them to advocate in for them to rise I. think . that is one of the biggest lessons that I had is I was really learning Paulo Fair and understanding. . You how to be an advocate in it's shaped my journey throughout my career in navigating equity and inclusion I. . Love that and also especially with current times and current climate, , we see a lot of needs when it comes to the social justice movement a lot of needs from chief diversity officers and heads of those efforts in really integrating a lot of community work and integrating that social justice part into our organization. . Curious. . What comes up for you here when it comes to current times? ? You know this is such an interesting time in so many levels in IC-. . Right now, , companies are either doubling down or starting diversity equity inclusion efforts for the first time and I'm the great by that and I empathize with that and as I described the t mobile Germany I, , want to be clear that when you hear large organizations talk about their work, , sometimes you haven't in your mind or at least I used to it. . They're given at this fifty million dollar budget, , build your team, , build your strategy in a year from now we're GONNA launch you have a year, , figure it out, , and that's not reality that's not what happens in. . So I Of Walk through the journey that we had in real tangible ways in describe what we've done. . I will say that I think that there's a real balance that we have. . You know corporations we have a responsibility and the privilege to be able to invest in our communities and our employees. . But at the same time, , we also have responsibilities as citizens to the active in our communities. . In so I think that there is a real balance there of being good corporate citizens in our community as well as enforcing in really building those inclusive behaviors and practices within organizations

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"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"Many of us can get to the polls on election day if we prioritize and make a plan and everything goes smoothly. . But for some people getting to a polling location isn't even an option whether they are in rural locations or in another country. . Really out there the ends of the Earth it's it's ugly Afghanstan. . It's middle Afghanistan. . That's where West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner found himself in twenty twelve after more than a decade serving in the military he was working in. . Afghanistan is a military contractor, , the roads there were under frequent attack. . The mountains were treacherous and the weather could be nasty, , and so there were literally months. . Wouldn't get mail. . Just part is the acceptance of that type song. . I'm that meant Warner couldn't vote in the twenty twelve primary. . Fast forward to two thousand. . Seventeen. . Warner's back in the US and becomes West Virginia Secretary of State. . So now he's in charge of his State selection and wants to help military personnel to vote more easily. . Assistance is just kind of an afterthought or any cases. . So what I WANNA, , do I wanNA give soldiers and opportunity to vote and I think the Electric means is the most logical place to go. . Warner. . Started thinking about a guy he met back in twenty fourteen budding Entrepreneur Nimitz. . Hani. . So my brother and I viewers go. . Up and to be at a hacksaw at South by southwest in Austin. . Texas. . At south by southwest side was just a guy trying to break into the tech world. . He wasn't thinking about voting what really intrigued US besides the in the free food. . Tons was the prize money and the team of the on was hacked to the future. . Was One thing you would do in the future and how you're doing. . So as he thought about the future and what he would do. . So honey actress past growing up in India as a member of the Sikh minority <hes>. . A separatist movement was ascending in northern India led by seeks that was swiftly brought down by then prime minister Indira. . Gandhi in Nineteen eighty-four she was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. . There was a lot of political and religious turmoil and election soon after for the new communist and there were some very unfortunate incidents which happened under time and one of them was as a little kid see people being coerced ward at gunpoint. . Coercion to vote at gun point that can stick with a person and in Austin under pressure to create an innovative APP. . Sahana. . Used that memory and pitched mogul voting after that used a digital ledger called the blockchain that was invented to help, , buy and sell crypto currency. . And when we pissed onstage, , it was printer of silence in. . Maybe. . The completely bombed when they announced the first by it was a shock. . So honey. Took . that prize money found investors and developed the mobile phone voting APP called votes. . That's V O. . His first client was Mac Warner, , the former Afghanistan contractor who's now West Virginia's secretary of state in two, , thousand eighteen. . The state became the first in the country to try it out in a federal election when Warner launched small mobile voting pilot program for his states military personnel serving overseas. . But there were issues and there were critics

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"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"Maybe you've heard there's an election coming up. . If you're voting and you didn't manage to get an absentee mail in ballot, , you may have to spend hours waiting in line at your local school or Church to vote depending on which of the more than ten thousand election jurisdictions you're in. . You could find yourself lead pencil in hand trying not to mark outside the lines of the bubbles on your ballot. . And while you're standing there, , you'll probably be spending time playing with your phone, , checking your texts or even doing some chores. . You might be transferring money to a friend for coffee or filling out your grocery water or shopping for clothes. . Then it may on you I can do all these things on my phone. . So why can't I vote on my phone? ? The idea of mobile voting is so enticing. . Idea that you could just let people vote on their phones. . This. Is . My colleague Wall Street Journal reporter Paul, , Vigna it would be easier. . It would be more convenient. . It would increase voting because of the convenience asking people to take time out. . Of Tuesday avoid hated the idea that we give people one day in the middle of the week to vote of never understood it entrepreneurs have latched onto this idea they've begun developing mobile phone voting APPS and philanthropists are already funding some mobile voting APPs in a handful of jurisdictions. . My hope is that this kind of becomes the Black Swan Moment for mobile voting, , other countries including India away Switzerland and Canada have already taken up internet voting Estonia has been doing it for more than a decade. . But some people have deep concerns and the resistance is coming from some of the smartest technologists in the room. . So it is a great question if we can shop in bank on nine, , why not vote online? ? Well, , elections actually have surprisingly unusual requirements. . An unusual risks which means that online voting would open up the potential for all sorts of new attacks and be really much more risky. . But. . While we're waiting in the precinct line on November third, , our risk reward analysis of mobile voting might take a turn. . Can you honestly tell me someday five ten years down the road of the keep experimenting with this that they will not be able to come up with a system that is secure. .

"mobile" Discussed on The Esports Minute

The Esports Minute

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"mobile" Discussed on The Esports Minute

"G mobile is absolutely massive in India the accessibility the game combined with the popularity of the battle royale genre has led to the game being huge in the country with the biggest population on earth but rising tensions between India and China are threatening that growth back in June India banned TIKTOK and we chat, , and now the company's coming for a more apt with ties to China in all one hundred and eighteen new apps are being banned in the country for Gamers. . PUDGY mobile is the biggest loss, , but there are some other mobile games thrown in there too. . On Wednesday India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology released a statement. . Talking about complaints about apps they said quote APPs were stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside of India. . That statement does not actually mention China but the connection is fairly clear although it's not always perfect. . Player knowns battlegrounds the actual game not the mobile version is not developed by a Chinese company is developed by Blue Hole, , a company based in South Korea. . But, , like everything else sports ten cent plays a big part. . They own a significant stake of blue hole although the exact is not clear and they are not the majority owner, , but they also help develop pub G. . Ten. . is also running pudgy mobile's east sports ecosystem, , which is truly global leagues operating from everywhere from North America to South America to across Asia besides Pudgy Mobile, , having global east for its ecosystem, , which India will now presumably not be a part of this has other applications for Western eastwards organizations as well. . Both fanatic and TSM PICKED UP PUP t mobile teams based. . In India to expand their reach fanatic even opened up offices in India which are now likely in a weird predicament as Pope Jean Mobile was the main reason to open up those offices. . There is a chance that this ban is lifted both tensions seemingly on the rise between the two countries it feels unlikely

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"mobile" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mobile" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"So, now you have two people. You GotTa do not Mowlam, because I switched varieties in a long time ago, and I want to switch back to at and T. for my main line. thought about doing that, but then my wife who does in travel with her phone, and I like verizon. I'm like why like what? What for what explained to me? The benefits my friends. But you know she talked. To one sided argument here. All right. Go, Steve. Steve's GONNA have three providers variety. He's GonNa have at and T. and T. Mobile and one provider, and you know what you should, because if you've ever been like anywhere where your phone doesn't freaking work like for example, right here in a box. Or at my house, he phones don't work like my I when sprint when I had sprint, I used to see my house was sprint proof. Here's you walk in the door drop. Call does thing and it was just like. Let me do this. Black hole reception. I WANNA. Give the listeners out there. tips for winning a debate with their with. Tip Number One. Make sure she's not present. In the arguments and tip, here's one more final up ten tips. We don't have time for all the tips right. If time for just a few of the tips, let me just kind of skip to another one of the highlight tips here. My best hip is tip number eight always keep bags of your own poop collected. Just. Tell You I. Do have a question. There like because I've asked all the big providers this before. Like I want my phone to work like always. And I'll pay more. So, don't they have like a super premium plan where you throttled Jason and clay and Dr, breath, but you don't tell me and I get priority. 'cause I know those at eighteen thousand verizon habit I. Guarantee You. Their phone works every sing anywhere all. Yes, yeah, so, is there a super like awesome plan where you can pay triple? Whatever else pays, but you like? Never, call and tastic Flynn. I'm don't even worry about dropping a call I'm just saying like I don't like. I'm a super heavy user on the phone. You WanNa be spelunker deep inside a cave. Take a call from the president. That's one. because. He calls me when I'm in caves. So the answer, the short answer to that is no. No, there's not now we'll tell you people. But I will tell you you're probably absolutely correct about the at and T. Rises X. having a plan. I myself can have a plan on my service that I could just use all the data that I from at any speed that I want and not have to worry about bill comes across. But. That's not something I would offer to a consumer. I'm not a consumer Jeff. I'm your lender. Well I'll tell you what the talk. I'll tell you if you're out there today, and you're considering boom dot us. That's www dot boom dot us one hundred percent. Don't endorse it and I also don't. Use It. I'm on the fence. I'm just saying to you. Check it out. It's been verified at Bona fide by Paul says Great Company. Paul so far has never recommended to be anything. That's not good. Commended me, but it is my. It is my duty as the host of the show to believe that everybody all the time including myself as a scam, which is why site everything I say that way, we can always verify so check them out. Do Your own research. That's boom dot us. Jeff, thank you being on the show allowing us to interrogate you. It's almost like a trial live. CanNot wait to do this on the weekly real government trial. This would've taken like eighteen hours. Third witness okay great now we're GONNA order point of order. We liked each and every show with the boom. So here we go three to what into?.

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"mobile" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mobile" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"All the edits are applied non destructively. So I can always go in and access a change anything I've done, and the fact that it's being able to do it on the full resolution file at any point and being able to access things that have done on my desktop on the road. These are all really really amazing opportunities that gives you this scheme ability to do things and. Frankly, the fact that the same math or algorithms that are being applied on your desktop or your mobile device is really really fantastic. Are you giving anything up by that? Because you know, you traditionally like you said, you know, old school thinking is. Doing anything on a on a device, it's not a proper quote, computer. Like, you know, a MAC book pro or windows machine or your amac. Or whatever is is you're going to have a limited feature set limited power and the algorithms that you mentioned are going to be sort of dumbed down watered down al-gharib versus the high-powered real math that a proper computer can do are you saying that that that's not the case that the algorithms, and I'm applying on my comp- on my hand held computer are the same or similar to what we get on a proper, computer. So they're one hundred percent the same. So exactly the same. And the only difference between the mobile devices in the desktop devices. Is that? While there's like see differences, but from an algorithm perspective is that some of the tools aren't available.

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