25 Burst results for "Mr Cooke"
What has Tim Cook done for Apple?
"Piece in the Wall Street Journal this week about Tim Cook and really celebrating Tim Cook, and how like me? A lot of people win jobs passed away in twenty eleven were concerned about Apple's future without its visionary leader. And they talk about how Tim Cook didn't try to duplicate. Steve. Jobs. Instead found his own way made apple his own in in a way that actually worked quite quite well. Instead of innovating by creating products that redefined categories like the iphone and the IPAD and the ipod. he took the existing products and made them sing and refine them and found ways to make more money with him in fact. Apples close to being a remember when we made a big deal that apple was a trillion dollar company. is now a one point, nine, trillion dollar company very close. I would say this week probably will hit two. Trillion dollars So you'd have to say Mr Cooke has done fine. It's. He is a good product guy to. The Cook, doctrine. He took what he took. A lot of what Steve Jobs just did by instinct and made it into almost like a strategy and Cook Doctrine by itself is that apple only enter categories where they believe they can provide a differentiated experience and that's where Apple Watch. That's why they shipped. Apple, watch and not the television and why they shipped air pods, not some of the other things that they were working on so I, I think he he's not the product. Visionary. That Steve Jobs was. But he's very good at identifying markets where he thinks that apple can make a huge impact jobs. told him don't ask what I would do as he's on his deathbed and saying Tim. You're going to run the company. Don't ask what I would do what's right and the Journal said that's that's kind of what. Tim. Cook. Did he the In? Twenty seventeen, he said, I knew what I needed to do was not to Mimic Mimic Steve. I would fail miserably at that. And I think this is largely the case for many people who take time from someone larger than life. You have to chart your own course. You have to be the best version of
"mr cooke" Discussed on Connected
"You're going to love it. Our thanks allude is play for their support of the show and relax them. So we've got a couple of things that I want to talk about today with the biggest. Caveats of like, they'll really complicated, and they are still developing stories, but we cannot let this week's episode go by without talking about them. And the first one is the FaceTime issue. So as a very quick recap couple of days ago. This was this was a Monday, right? I think it was a Monday sounds about right. Basically, some news started to appear and certain outlets have been picked up from social media and read it and places like that that it was possible. If you perform the series of steps to be able to call somebody on FaceTime. And if you added your own number to the phone call quickly, it would consider that the coal was failed on the recipient's end, but would open them microphone. So you could listen to them. And if you again pressed the series of buttons like the volume buttons, you could facade how tunnel them microphone like the weirdest. Strangest bug that somehow related in a pretty severe. Privacy situation. A fun land off on data privacy Wednesday as as as good friend, Mr. Cooke tweeted, and then like an hour later, this this FaceTime Bogside to appear. Apple did the best thing they could have done in the situation was to on the service side, disable group FaceTime. This is only affected on group. Facetime calls if it's one on one Yukon at somebody to a coal so you activate the microphone and apple released a statement to say that they will have a fix out within the coming days to fix this. That doesn't surprise me. Because honestly, this feels like a very serious bug. Yes, that I'm sure is going to take a ton of testing and work to fix, you know, like I say a lot of people in this is not acceptable amount of time. But I don't know enough about software development, but I can only assume that situation like this. You cannot call it completed within a day. Day because the amount of work. It's probably going to take to fix it and test it because you now have to test it way better than you tested. The first time. Least apple is very lucky. I think that this is just a problem for group FaceTime. Because if it was FaceTime as a whole, I don't know if they could have taken it down so easily who's this is communication method that people rely on. It's not good. I mean as far as. Bugs apple software in recent history. This I think for me is the worst by far. So I was thinking about this is this was than the avenue want to compare it to that in a minute. I'm going to put that in the parking lot for a second. But because it enables microphone or camera access without your knowledge. Like that to me is is beyond anything else. Apple screwed up over the years and to be from a company that says, they take the seriously it is it's awful. I mean, it I agree with the people who say it's inexcusable bug, and it's one that they they responded quickly, and they're going to get a push out this week. You know, my my guess is we'll see version IOS, maybe even tomorrow fix off not this afternoon. As far as things you can screw up..
"mr cooke" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Savage Nation. Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. So getting back to the show man confronts teacher for putting grandson in address, there's an article it's a video actually came out from info wars that he didn't make it up of a teacher who had forced a little boy to wear a dress. I linked I think the boys African American because the grandfather comes in and starts the confronted teacher about putting his grandson and addresses. We don't go for that transgender thing. And the teacher says, sir, you can't speak to me in front of the shoulder. Now, this is the same teach. You put the grandson and address, but she's telling him hush hush say nothing you'll have to speak to my supervisor don't speak so loudly in front of my children. You know, how this goes don't you? You know, most of those bullying ads are coming from down here. The people of bully you and your children are telling you not to bully anybody. I love it only in America could people get away with this. But if you don't believe me. Then don't believe me. The videos on michaelsavage dot com. It says sicko teachers put young boy and address grandfather confronts teacher, great grandfather cellphone footage. Grandfather therapy writing of teacher rejecting the transgender agenda. He's an African American man that he finally stood up to them. The man the school teacher of yet to be identified. And there's nothing for me to ask you about that. Did they put your grandson and address? I I I may get a few calls on it. Next. One fact checkers BUSTER Casio Cortes for lay false claims about Pentagon spending. She's become the point woman for the radical left in in America. Everything she says now is considered gospel. According to the the radical fringe, the democrat party, which is good. I hope she talks more because she's actually stupid. It's wonderful. Now, I read that apple wants to control speech, apple CEO. Tim cook says we have to control social media. It's a sin to not ban certain people from social media those who seek to push hate division. You have no home here. Well, I agree with him. But who's going to determine what is hating division to me? Bernie Sanders should be banned from apple Bernie Sanders. Pushes hate and division every day. Okay. She a Cortes pushes hate and division every day. But I want to remind Mr. Cooke, a, very brilliant, man. The following this is very important that remind Mr. Cooke of the following if he's able to get this message. Mr cooke. Here's the message. The first amendment was not written to defend polite speech, Mr. Cooke, the first amendment was written to defend offensive speech, Mr. Cooke, this is Michael Savage. I've been in the media for over twenty five years and believe me, I live, and I die. I fall on the sword of the first amendment every day. And I agree with you that we need to ban hate and division. But I'd like to know who's gonna determine what that is. Is that going to be you or aboard a panel with mixed political views, or is it going to be three people in Silicon Valley? This is a very dangerous. This is much more dangerous than you can imagine. And I would invite Mr. Tim cook. To have Michael Savage down to his headquarters because I live in the area I've been on the air for twenty five years. And I know you've heard this show from time to time would be impossible to believe that you haven't given that there's so many people who live in hang on every word that is State Mr Cooke, I have a PHD from the university of California, Berkeley, real one two masters degrees. I've had twenty nine books published. I can hold my own with anyone inside apple on this issue. And I'd be a great resource for you to hear what the other side of American thinks, Mr. Cooke, those who live outside of the bubble of Silicon Valley with all due respect, Mr. Cooke next article is a very important one for those seeing the stock market tumbling. It's now down six hundred seventy five points for reasons that only the stock market can answer. Remember it went up last week after going down. I said they'd come in and take the prophet. Well, now, they just took away your profit again and the markets plummeted you could say it's because of the..
"mr cooke" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Selloff on Wall Street today. Spurt by investor concern about not getting a clear message about U S, China trade the Dow dropping eight hundred points s and p five hundred and the Dow both fell over three percent. The NASDAQ was down three point eight percent one day after investors tilt enthusiastic about an announced. Pause in the trade war with China reality set in boosted by a tweet from President Trump about being a tariff, man. A reminder that a pause doesn't mean a negotiated deal to end the trade war is inevitable. Still the president's economic adviser. Larry cudlow said he was surprised by the wave of recessionary pessimism. You'll see a recession on the used to it. Well, a recession on the horizon, I do not but many analysts recently, downgraded their forecasts. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. After a briefing from the CIA director, Senator Lindsey Graham says he's convinced that the Saudi Crown prince was behind them or let's Jamal Khashoggi NBS. The crown prince is a wrecking ball. Complicit in the murder, Mr. Cooke Shoghi to the highest level possible. The attorneys general in the district of Columbia in Maryland readying subpoenas in a lawsuit accusing President Trump of profiting illegally from his office. Correspondent Laura Jarrett, the Trump organization and Trump's legal team has been fighting off this suit along with a slew of others for months that a federal judge in Maryland has decided that the case can go forward, and that the plaintiffs here those stages can actually get discovery meeting documents depositions, and so they're now reading these subpoenas everyone from the IRS to the treasury department trying to get their hands on this information within the next six months, President Trump and the first lady are at this hour visiting with the Bush family at Blair House as they mourn, the death of former president, George H W Bush. A public funeral is tomorrow at the National Cathedral. I'm Mike moss. Have you watched the value of your house continue to go up? Maybe it's time to put that equity to work while rates are still fairly low Americans have over five point five trillion dollars.
"mr cooke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"One fifty black like a restored beauty. I bought it in LA about a year ago. I never driving. I've been driving it because the weather was good. Well, anyway, the point is is that the smell coming out of it. You could die from it. Now, maybe the the fuel is to rich. I don't know what's wrong with it. But the pollution from cars in the fifties. And sixties are you joking? I mean, I had a Cadillac, you know, you need the gas masks to take riding it. I mean, see the USA Chevrolet in those days you needed a gas mask driving around in the gas chamber. Just the fumes that came into the convertible from like the reverse flow other Neath the bumper by the time it passed like the airflow under the car brought the fumes back in it could've killed. Family. It was unbelievable. Those days. I mean, the food was polluted. The cars were polluted. The water was toxic. You say, yeah. The good old days wasn't such good old days when you could be a realist so that we're living in these days. That's so now, what do you wanna talk about? I got great callers on the apple not complying, Tim cook. They think should be in chains are Mr. Cooke come with us. Could you imagine? If someone has the dastardly the FBI to go in with twelve men with the blue suits. I will come. We're coming to take taken the CEO for contempt of court. You can't touch me. I'm Tim cook them apple, you know, who I am. I'm a friend of the president. See none of these guys. They think that they're too big to be touched. You think they're above the law. They can just spit in the face of the FBI. I was taught as a boy that if you pulled over by a cop for any violation of the law always agree with the cop. Don't argue don't be a Philadelphia lawyer. My father taught me and the articles Lou don't don't argue with the cops say, yes, sir. Give the license and take the ticket shut your mouth. So what do you mean? Even if I was didn't go through yet. You fight it in court. You don't you don't argue with the cop? So how come Tim cook? That didn't learn that. When he grow up, obviously, then grew up in queens..
"mr cooke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"News talk eleven ten ninety nine three a century of Charlotte's news. Welcome back. So I just checked the drudge report. Are you ready for this? Mr. Cooke report says the Democrats are going to gain thirty to forty seats. Democrats game thirty to forty seats. So what are they need twenty three? So thirty to forty puts them Miami. Whoo. I don't care. This is Charlie cook putting his reputation all out there. Democrats gained thirty to forty seats. This this last call I wish we had. I wish we got more callers like that. I mean, he was a little contentious. I mean, can you imagine being accused of being cut off while he's still talking on the air and being offended by I'm a teacher when you say cruel. I worked hard towards could half of the problems in our country from scrolls, and what our little children have been taught. But that guy remember some years ago. I I had I got a statistic I've I've been told that young girls women twenty five and under. Just. I thought there was too much yelling. Why can't meet them so uncomfortable? That's the kind of guy that that caller was. I don't like it's only thing these days. What's that? Snuggling? You certainly said, you know, that guy's gonna get some, you know, I'm thinking my my head is way way way above gutter. This guy's gonna get some. Then it hit me. So you think that there's somebody out there? That is going to sexually reward this. Oh, because he's probably getting accolades over to take a long way to put you just clean Limbaugh's destroyed limit. You mean for that kind of? I'll bet that does happen. How did this guy? Become a Hebron Limbaugh destroyed on his own show by guy who hates pronunciation of school as cruel. Yeah. Any? I don't care now here. My watch things I've fallen again. So my options, I can let it go and EMS will be called come take me out of here. I can say, I'm okay. I fell, but I'm okay or I didn't fall off. I didn't fall. It must be when I am wildly. Just stick your waiting in here that they watch things I've taken a.
Federal Reserve unveils proposal to ease regulations for larger banks
"Several democratic senators want a classified briefing on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. Seven Democrats and independent Senator Bernie Sanders wanted to know what the US intelligence community knew about threats to the US based journalist who was murdered the Saudi consulate in Turkey in a letter to the director of national intelligence. The senator. Wrote. Congress must understand the circumstances of Mr. Cooke. Jeez, disappearance, they also want to know if the intelligence community had warned kashogi about threats to his life. They noted the Washington Post reported the US government had intercepted communications from Saudi officials discussing a plan to capture kashogi. Linda kenyon. Capitol hill. We up powders Plante Moran wealth management help our
"mr cooke" Discussed on KGO 810
"Now on Amazon, Alexa, opened the K G O eight tenths skill. In Turkey for answers. Don't blame me. I'm Elliot Francis. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Turkey this morning after meeting with Saudi leaders Tuesday about what happened to a Washington Post reporter believed to have been murdered by Saudi operatives an Istanbul. Correspondent Clarisa award tells what some officials have learned so far also hearing that the operation went wrong one source saying that apparently the operatives tried to tranquilize Mr. Cooke J, they gave him an injection with a tranquilizer. The presumption being that there was some kind of a reaction or it went wrong, Mr. Cooke, she died, they then made the determination that the best course of action was to carve his body into pieces. And we're also hearing from our sources that the leader of the operation then made the determination that the best course of action was to try to cover it up. Trump says he won't accept lame. If his party loses control of the house in November arguing his campaigning and endorsements of help. Republican candidates in a wide ranging interview three weeks before election day. Mr. Trump told the Associated Press that he senses voter enthusiasm rivaling 2016, they expressed cautious optimism that his most loyal supporters will vote even when he's not on the ballot. A war of words between the president and adult film. Actress stormy Daniels and her attorney Jim Rupe tells more after a judge tossed out the defamation portion of Daniel's lawsuit against the president. He tweeted that he's entitled to full legal fees, and quote now I can go after horseface and her third rate lawyer and quote, Mike eleven naughty, the lawyer to which the president referred responded, quote, you are a disgusting. Misogynist in an embarrassment to the United States communications giant Verizon says it's going to give three months of service to customer so reside in some of the Florida counties slammed by hurricane Michael. Those coastal counties were among the hardest hit when Michael roared ashore last week. I'm Elliot Francis. Spring.
"mr cooke" Discussed on Serial
"This is possibly the most profound and least examined question in the building what works. The court doesn't gather statistics on sentencing, and that's true for most of the country. By the way, no data that says defendants in cuyahoga county do better after six months of probation than after three years of probation or in terms of re-offending. Four years in prison yields better results than seven years in prison. We just don't know which I found rather astounding. When I realized no one is tracking this. The court keeps extensive data regarding efficiency. How many cases are moving through who's dockets and how quickly which I'm not knocking officiency it's important. That's why people here generally not waiting years and years for their cases to resolve, and that's good. But there's no database locally or nationally that shows what works. So each judge in the building has to muddle it out for him or herself. Judge Cassandra Collier Williams, put it to me this way. There's thirty four judges up here and it's like thirty four different cities. Of course, judges here aren't just. Winging it. Mostly they're not winning it. They're basing their decisions on the sentencing guidelines and on their professional experience, but they're also making decisions based on their life experience on where they come from and who they know where they live and what they read and what it is they hold dear duck into various courtrooms and you feel it right away. Mr cooke. Speak up just a little bit. That's judge Collier Williams on the twenty third floor, taking a plea case of flowness assault with a gun. She painstakingly lists for Mr. Cooke, all the rights. He's giving up by not going to trial with gentleness. She makes double shore. He understands what she's saying. It was the toll time. You will have the possible possibility. From five to eleven years and stand. Finally, she lectures them, thank you. I accept your plea guilty to count three in find you guilty. They're on just kidding. She's done. No muss. No fuss, though we have seen her do this. You have thirty days to Richard vote and she'll prevent to your Beijing officer and now required to vote elections. The reason why do that is because people died for this right call, your Williams wants felons to participate in democracy like everybody else, but generally stop doing this ever since the had a little chat with her again, unconstitutional. Judge Michael Donnelly on nineteen. He'll only discuss please on the record. No backroom. Sentencing deals, judge Janet Burnside down on sixteen finds she's giving people accused of serious crimes longer and longer prison terms because she's so struck by the sheer violence you seeing. But for probation, she swings light. She wants to get people off of court supervision as quickly as possible. Few years ago, the probation department started using what are called evidence based practices to determine probation. You ask a bunch of questions to try to figure out defendants risk of recidivism, and then Taylor, the conditions of probation to his or her level of risk. PowerPoint. I saw on the method included a slide that said, quote, avoid threatening lecturing, arguing shaming or sympathizing, but judges don't have to take the probation departments, recommendations there, optional, Judge, Kathleen, and Tula backup on twenty three says she uses the evidence based thing only sometimes her philosophy is akin to judge goals. She told us short probation, that's throwing person away. She'll typically give five years probation. Super strict conditions. Ninety eight ings ninety days for instance. And if you miss a day you have to start over. She owns her reputation as a tough judge. Wake up mean would be the tamest thing we heard to describe her, but I gotta say we didn't see that so much. She was tough, but we didn't get the feeling her toughness with self-serving. We watch the sentencing of a young guy nineteen. He'd stolen a bunch of cars. Other guys were involved, but they didn't get indicted. It was intense. She asked the defendant, you live with your father, so why didn't he pay your bond? Two hundred fifty bucks and you could have gone home months ago, said of sitting in jail all this time. You know, we called your father. He said he didn't know your address or where you.
"mr cooke" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"One response making the most advanced smartphone ever isn't cheap. The other response buying an iphone, really, isn't that expensive. Apple CEO was on ABC's good Morning America on Tuesday on the low cost of buying a high-priced phone. Seeing that had the CEO saying the way most people pay these as it turns out as they do a deal with their carrier and they pay so much per month. Even the phone that's priced over one thousand dollars. Most people pay about thirty dollars a month for it. So about one dollar a day, of course, those dollars add up to an expensive phone. But Mr. Cooke says it's worth it a separate peace on his appearance from CNBC had the CEO saying the phone has replaced your digital camera. You don't have a separate one, any more. It's replaced your video camera. That's replaced your music player. It's replaced all of these different devices. And so arguably the product is really important, and we've found that people want to have the most innovative product available. And with that, it's not cheap to do. Do. You know when you can really appreciate that expense when your iphone ten s dis, it's, I'm kidding, but I'm actually not called the max as Apple's newest phones. Iphone ten s I've owned tennis max and the upcoming iphone ten are will continue to offer some functionality. Even when the phone goes. Dad might seem superfluous, unless you're someone who uses knife own to pay to get on the train or to lock the door to your dorm or apartment according to the report and apple support document promises. If I o s isn't running because I phoned needs to be charged, there may still be enough power in the battery to support express card transactions. This works for both express transit cards and student ID cards with express.
Apple CEO Tim Cook defends pricing of new iPhones
"Apple CEO was on ABC's good Morning America on Tuesday on the low cost of buying a high-priced phone. Seeing that had the CEO saying the way most people pay these as it turns out as they do a deal with their carrier and they pay so much per month. Even the phone that's priced over one thousand dollars. Most people pay about thirty dollars a month for it. So about one dollar a day, of course, those dollars add up to an expensive phone. But Mr. Cooke says it's worth it a separate peace on his appearance from CNBC had the CEO saying the phone has replaced your digital camera. You don't have a separate one, any more. It's replaced your video camera. That's replaced your music player. It's replaced all of these different devices. And so arguably the product is really important, and we've found that people want to have the most innovative product available. And with that, it's not cheap to do. Do. You know when you can really appreciate that expense when your iphone ten s dis, it's, I'm kidding, but I'm actually not called the max as Apple's newest phones. Iphone ten s I've owned tennis max and the upcoming iphone ten are will continue to offer some functionality. Even when the phone goes. Dad might seem superfluous, unless you're someone who uses knife own to pay to get on the train or to lock the door to your dorm or apartment according to the report and apple support document promises. If I o s isn't running because I phoned needs to be charged, there may still be enough power in the battery to support express card transactions. This works for both express transit cards and student ID cards with express
"mr cooke" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You you the the miracle on Manchester happened to be at, that game where the kings were losing five. Nothing in the playoffs against the Edmonton Oilers. I paid ten bucks with, my buddy Steve Myers we got in for I think it was eight, dollars got way up on the nose bleed but everybody left, that game because the kings were down five. Nothing with fifteen minutes. Left in the game and Jay. Wells, scores the first are actually twenty one One period left or what period left right and j wells scores first and then and then four other kings score. And they go into overtime and, they win it when when I left the parking, lot it's as if, the kings won the Stanley Cup and I think that's true people told me in on radio. We did simulcast on the. Radio portion we would replay the the goals the highlights right and they set out in the parking lot, people were honking their horns with one of. Them had the radio on and dragging Oilers. Jerseys on the back of. Their car and I remember the the the the song that you had, for a long time they didn't play it and then they've, brought it back was that was one of. The great memories of. My childhood it was the Donna Written by Jack kente cook. Had to play that He got royalties every time Unbelievable cook or cooking as he was called amongst those of. Us who were working there he, was really a strange cat and Bob, can even, tell you about you know not only, was it for in, hockey but, like with basketball of course and when Kareem was traded to the Lakers and it was going, to be the news conference the. Press? Conference of all time right Milwaukee Yeah and so we got called into his office on a Friday afternoon and we walk in and here is chick Hearn and Bill Sharman and some of the basketball. Guys and I'm, thinking, well I thought we were going to sign, Marcel Dionne So why. Are we here if as basketball and why are they here if it's hockey and, dick white, the PR director for the forum was there and so we sat. Down and Mr. Cooke said I've called all of you, here, to let you know and I? Was. Sitting to his right on a couch that we have signed an I think Marcel Dionne the greatest basketball player in the world today Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and I guess I. Kind of disappointed, and, he says Jack did you see the look on Don't, you know anything about sports and I said well Mr. Cooke I. Thought you were going to say the king sign Marcel, Dionne, that will be another news conference The newest conference is going, to be on Monday morning at nine AM oh wow when do we notify the, media wow said. Dick white dick white? Said are as ten AM dick? White says we, notify, them at, nine AM Monday and Mr. Cooke looked at me, and said nine. AM Monday what do you think I said, well, I think. That's too short notice I think the hockey people should come in Sunday night at the end, of the newscast sports cast call them and say there's a. News, conference. Tomorrow morning and they'll think it's hockey sure right you, are and he looks at? Dick white, and, says what am I paying. You So great it was bizarre then the other thing and I'll ended, he calls on me again Bob and I'm thinking don't tomorrow. Is, answered. Two of. These your from Sports Illustrated assigned to cover, this great sports press conference Afterward? At lunch. Do you want. To sit down dinner or do you. Want kitchen chat chicken cacciatore buffet and I said well Mr. Cooke I'd be so excited. To write this story I want the buffet of chicken cacciatore right Right I leave now that is so, great Bob Milas, whether it's also, rich Morada they say. There's nothing. Certain, but death and. Taxes not true hi RIC Edelman. Here here's what's certain retirement and, money if you're going to have one, you better have plenty of the other but will you have enough.
Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Supplemental Update for 2018 MacBook Pro Models
"Rounds out the top five with a market value of five hundred twenty two point. Six billion dollars notable in its absence is Facebook. Usually one drowned out the top five social. Network is below that with a market value of five hundred eight point. Nine billion dollars.
"mr cooke" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Four three myfm macklemore maximum Morris. Here, alright may move on from. That I'm getting bored of that impression. Myself seven twenty six hundred four three myfm get some. Great Texier we're asking. You is there quote that a teacher told you over the years that stands out before we get to the? Text? Joel do you have a quote that a teacher told? You I do mister. Frost I would to a Christian school and he was our bible teacher and he gave this whole class about it's easier to be nice to. People it takes more effort to be mean and that always stuck with. Me like of, course it's so easy just to be nice means somebody takes some. Effort, okay I loved that opposite for. Me Programmed to okay that's a? Good? Quote Mr. Cooke mister frost I had a quote from? A teacher I'm not. Gonna tell you name but a teacher wants told me you're the young man I wish I was so I could become in the man I. Know you're going to be really was like oh my God I don't. Know if I, ever lived up to that quarter now but it was so sweet. That's. Really nice it was pretty powerful Three one zero four. Three is the text line some of these they're, all over the. Place really eight one seven number says I had an eighth grade, teacher that said excuses are. The nails that. Build houses of failure That's deep Three, one oh says in, high school I was walking to my math class crying because my boyfriend at the time and my math teacher told me if he makes, you cry he's not. Worth it Type of things six with you there okay and then Rick I don't know where Rick went to school but his teacher said every day. Is a possible mate And he was promptly fired Every day is, a, possible, make, eight. Six six five four four any quotes is stand out to you for your teachers in, the, past, call, Valentine,.
"mr cooke" Discussed on FT Big Read
"Spend staring at particular apps and offer the ability for parents and individuals to set time limits. Apple would allow parents to shut off specific apps and games on their children's devices. At certain times a day using it's time tracking system. Both companies are also tweaking how this mall phones, humble alerts or push notifications to make them easier to mute or filter. Those tools will be released later this year as part of the next versions of Android. And I o s at. Apple Mr. Cooke has said that his new features were in development long before shareholder started agitate about these issues, but with big tech companies under intense regulatory pressure, overtaxes privacy and anticompetitive behaviour. The industry has been trying to get out in front of screen addiction, four families in particular. A serious response from Silicon Valley cannot come soon enough. Gene, twenty author of I gen a Bookham super connected. Kids says parents have been crying out for the kind of controls only now being introduced. It is a really welcome development and it looks easy use, which is another really key thing. MS twenty says apple, which unlike Google makes most of its money from selling devices rather than advertising as an offshoot t to turn a liability into a selling point. She adds parents might be more likely to buy that kid in iphone if they have better parental controls. So it makes sense with their business model. Miss twenty says for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat. Another apps, it is a much harder sell. Their business models are based. On people spending more time on the site. She says Lynn, Perkins, chief executive of US babysitting service, urban scissor says managing the screen time for her three children aged five to ten is a very different proposition, two television because the displays associate all and personalized. It would be great to see something that shows you just what apps and games they have been on. She says, MS Perkins admits that the responsibility ultimately lies with parents not tech companies to manage their children's smartphone usage.
"mr cooke" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Apple he's very eloquent about this and of course on the other side is is the government and increasingly intelligence and law enforcement even more compellingly i think dark you know going dark mode where the fbi has a large number of cell phones that implicated in sony and investigations and they can't read them john calvin them out so you know we've history we've been pretty good about figuring out compromises and here's one case where we haven't yet and and and we need to i'm a big believer in some form of key encryption that you're not escrow where the key for encryption system would be split among three or more entities which would be completely in would have to be united in order to open phone under a a an appropriate court order or some form of that and i wish those brilliant folks in silicon valley with with their heads in energy storage developing something like that now i think they're going to have to come to the table with people of goodwill in washington secretary clinton when she was on my show talking about her book what happened she and i agree that franklin fours book world without mind is deeply troubling and as you and i have agreed about mr cooke who's a brilliant man and runs a great company which i used to invest in and i'm very happy with how it's done but we we do need the public interest to some have some sort of public utility control over silicon valley it's got to come don't you think you know i do all this whole issue here with seven or two and encryption on your iphone and all that to me it all boils down so softly your question of the central with individual citizens are willing to sacrifice for the common good you know we generally all stop at stop lights and stuff signs we all you know get driver's licenses before we go out and drive we all go to the airports early to go through tsa security ultimately we do this for the common.
"mr cooke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back at the apartment jay's fiancee linda hammond who everyone calls precious started wondering what was taking jay so long she went outside to look for him rossi one ajay's friends and he's crying he's running through the back alleys crying he's just saying i'm sorry i'm sorry i just kept asking him was wrong and he wouldn't tell me what was wrong precious found the spare key jumped in the car and followed police sirens and helicopters to the bridge one one i look damn shoe she he was covered up pain in the police officer x do i know who this person is and they took the sheet off of him jay had fallen from the fence he was clinging to and was hit by a car only thing i was told on that day was he fit the description of a drug dealer that rob somebody so how did you end up dead and what happened in the minutes before he fell into the highway the radio dispatches that day tell only part of the story i went to see jay's father my name is john gideon cooked that they're a son's name was john gideon before we always call them j mr cooke and i sat together at the dining room table i asked mr cooke to tell me what he remembered about the day jay died as i went up fulton avenue i saw some police activity i had no idea it was about my son just passed away.
"mr cooke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back at the apartment jas fiancee linda hammond who everyone calls precious started wondering what was taking jay so long she went outside to look for him for i one ajay's friends and he's crying he's running through the back alleys crying he's just saying i'm sorry i'm sorry and i just kept asking him was wrong and he wouldn't tell me what was wrong precious found the spare key jumped in the car and followed police sirens and helicopters to the bridge can i look damn nfc a shoe sheet was covered up paying outside of the shoot in the police officer asked me do i know who this person is they took the sheet off of him jay had fallen from the fence he was clinging to and was hit by a car only thing i was told on that day was he fit the description of a drug dealer that rob somebody so how did you end up dead and what happened in the minutes before he fell into the highway the radio dispatches that day tell only part of the story i went to see jay's father my name is john gideon cooked that they're my son's name was john gideon called the fourth we always called him mr cooke and i sat together at the dining room table i asked mr cooke to tell me what he remembered about the day jay died as i went up fulton avenue i saw some police activity i had no idea it was about my son just passed away.
"mr cooke" Discussed on Reveal
"Back at the apartment jay's fiancee linda hammond who everyone calls precious started wondering what was taking jay so long she went outside to look for him for c one case friends and he's crying he's running through the back alleys crying he's just saying i'm sorry i'm sorry and i just kept asking him with wrong and he wouldn't tell me what was wrong precious found the spare key jumped in the car and followed police sirens and helicopters to the bridge can i looked and i see a shoe sheet he was covered sees hain outside of the shoot and the police officer ex me do i know who this person is and they took the heat off of him jay had fallen from the fence he was clinging to and was hit by a car only thing i was told on that day was he fit the description of a drug dealer that rob somebody so how did you end up dead and what happened in the minutes before he fell into the highway the radio dispatches that day tell only part of the story i went to see jay's father one of them is john giddying cooked that their son's name was doing getting cook the fourth we always called him mr cooke i sat together at the dining room table.
Analyst, Apple and Mr Cooke discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Rbc capital analyst ameet dairy on the atwood apple does to protect consumer privacy well there's the use of encryption but there's also the fact that apple just doesn't collect as much customer info as other companies do this eeo said the company doesn't see it as a positive for apple rather it sees privacy as a fundamental human right ubs analyst steve milosevic quizzed apple on its health initiatives are we just looking at apple watch at this point mr cooke pointed out apple's work with research kit with health kit with the stanford health study and with its move to let people store their own health records securely i don't want to give too much away said.
Twitter, Tim Cook and Mr Cooke discussed on Jonathon Brandmeier
"With shares of pulling rising today on wall street and twitter swinging to a profit during the first quarter of the year driven by growth overseas revenue easily beating analysts projections however many on wall street are jittery about twitter's future outlook with shares of twitter tumbling today on wall street around four percent after the company warned of tougher performance comparisons moving forward and apple ceo tim cook is meeting with president trump this afternoon last night mr cooke attended the president's state dinner along with apple's environmental chief lisa jackson today's meeting with the president will be close to the press however the president did tweet this morning that his meeting with mr cooke will cover numerous topics including trade what the fox business report i the.
"mr cooke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They certainly don't want to lose the foothold that took them years to gain the president says that he'll be talking to him about the us being treated unfairly when it comes to trade for many years and we know this because he's already been tweeting about this upcoming meeting and cook himself has said that the countries that embrace openness do exceptionally well and the countries that don't don't so i'm wondering these are seemed to be kind of at cross purposes here do you think mr cooke is going to have any sway with mr trump so we we've heard from a big tech group that they want the us to lead a coalition of nations to persuade china to change these unfair trading practices go to the wto trump has his administration has long argued that these tactics have failed for years they're not much different what previous administrations have done and you know look at the look at the problem that's only grown there's a record three hundred and seventy five billion dollar trade deficit right now with china so i think that it's it's always a good sign when someone's opening open to listening it's probably a good thing that that cook and trump are sharing their views but i do think that trump has advocated for years and years about this unfair trading relationship and i don't think one meeting with a ceo even from a big company is going to change his mind you know we're framing this as an ask by cook of the president but let's think about what the president might ask of cook in this meeting and i'm thinking here maybe he'll ask cook to open more apple plants in the us gets suppliers to open more plants in the us and i'm thinking about foxconn and wisconsin for example trump may very well sort champion the tax cuts and various other things that he's doing in the administration's view to make the business environment more favorable in the us so that that is one of his you know trump's and the administration's long longterm goals is to get more jobs back to.
Apple CEO Tim Cook: Nope, Mac And iPad Will Not Merge | Tech Times
"In us as evidenced by three to four week wait for a battery replacement at apple retail stores earlier this year when up was compelled to dramatically reduce the replacement cost are you excited about ios and mac os merging tim cook says you are not and that's the primary reason it's not gonna happen the sydney morning herald published interview thursday with apple ceo asked about the line between the two operating systems mr cooke said things the company has said before quoting that we don't believe in sort of watering down one for the other both the mac and i patted incredible one of the reasons that both of them are incredible is because we push them to do what they do well and if you begin to merge the two begin to make trade offs and compromises so maybe the company would be more efficient at the end of the day but that's not what it's about you know it's about giving people things that they can then use to help them change the world or express their passion or express their creativity so this merger thing that some folks are fixated on i don't think that's what users want more stuff in a moment but first a word from squarespace your place online from small blogs too big stores seemingly countless people trust squarespace to be their online face to the world with squarespace you don't have to know how to code and you don't have to know how to design the dragon drop editing tools and modular functions and features make building sight easy and they're beautiful templates make the site you build pretty of course you'll still customize your site so it looks like exactly what you wanted to look like and squarespace won't leave you hanging twenty four hours a day seven days a week customer support is just an email away a blog a store a place to share your creativity what's your squarespace site going to be.
"mr cooke" Discussed on iMore
"That's the one pat on facebook's back i can give but i'm gonna punch him in the shoulder or losing my data in the first place so there's been a little shakeup in the hiring over at apple and we just recently found out that there's been a big higher on the apple scene yeah apple hired john john andrea he is google's now former chief of search and artificial intelligence he did the ai just just sort of was in charge of the push and and improvements and continuations at google and apple snapped him up this is a this is a big deal he's going to be taking over apple's machine learning and a initiatives and i find this fascinating for multiple reasons one because google is known for its what one of the things that is known for is its ai and machine learning features in things like their google photos platform and they've got that clips camera that takes photos based on machine learning algorithms or whatever all these tools they get a lot of credit for those and they are pretty cool so that's the first thing that i think is interesting about this is they have hired someone from a company that seems to never be knocked for not doing a whereas apple regularly does because they have tended to choose privacy and security over maybe some advancements now the second thing that's interesting about this is basically that they've hired someone from google and tim cook is not one to pass up on a chance to talk about how other companies google make their customers their product as opposed to making their products their products so this is a fascinating thing and tim cook rather we're not on first name basis mr cooke missing.
Tim Cook airs views on Freedom of Speech
"Money update with bruce vaile apple ceo tim cook is calling for privacy regulation saying people should have more visibility into not only what personal data they share online but how companies stitch together that information to better understand their users concerns over digital privacy haskell since facebook admitted earlier this month that a data analytics firm improperly obtained user data on more than fifty million facebook members mr cooke said while he is generally averse to regulation it's time for some people to think about what can be done pending home sales rose slightly better than expected three point one percent in february that's your money now president trump reportedly interested in creating some more guidelines were how amazon does business wondering if perhaps there's an antitrust lawsuit in the mix investors that's so happy today amazon stock closed down by almost four and a half percent closing at fourteen hundred thirty one dollars a share the dow nasdaq and s and p five hundred closed lower today as well the dow off by just nine points the nasdaq down by fifty nine which is just about one percent and the s and p five hundred down by.