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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:00 min | Last month

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Start with the the iphone. Twelve pro <hes>. What is new this year with. That came snapple. Make big hardware changes on the regular twelve pro. There were some <hes>. Some hardware changes they upgraded the wide lens to a news at seven element lens and and it's slightly faster than it was before meaning the the aperture can open up a little bit wider and it can let more light in than the previous previous than last year's wide lens when i refer to wide lens i mean the the normal one x and and but really the twelve pro upgrade was really focused on software and this is where we just really got to see what the software team <hes> at apple has been working on and see really really shine things like a night mode on the ultra wide. We're huge huge upgrades and <hes>. And so it was really cool to see a <unk>. The im- improvement and overall image image creation capacity on the twelve pro with <hes>. Really purely almo- almost almost exclusively on in software and <hes>. The story on the twelve pro. Max of course was which will get to more about hardware. The computational photography thing is we're apple has really put the gas down and it kind of makes sense because you got this camera with what is it like a basically a quarter of an inch of depth in the laws of physics determine. Exactly how much lens you can put with that much space but if you can improve it on the compute side while the with these fourteen ships. They've got a lot of compute power to spare and every year you go to the wwe see and or to the iphone announcement and they announced this ridiculous number of computations that are done on every image that you take through the device and that's where the heavy lifting is being done now. Yeah it's really. It's really incredible to experience. All of that crazy technology being pointed towards a better user. Experience and a magical. It's also it's it's it's magical it's like beyond belief how well this can create images and that. I think it's easy. We've come to expect so much of of our iphone cameras that <hes>. It's easy to kind of get it. This you know kinda lose the the sense of of what is actually doing but at the end of the day every user picks it up takes a great photo. And that's that's really amazing and in almost any lighting scenarios. Now mike one of the one of the things that's really blown. My mind is just how the rules are different in a camera that relies so much on software for for example. If i were to take a three or four second exposure. Let's say a five second exposure with my traditional pro camera it would be almost impossible to keep that image sharp hand holding it. you know. It's very very difficult to hold the camera for five seconds super still and it's it's exposing one frame and it would definitely be impossible to do that while while driving in a moving car right or like with any sort of bumps or anything like that and the just the the laws of physics and the laws that were familiar with as photographers. Just don't allow you to do that. You just can't keep chart well on the iphone you're dealing with a different set of laws and rules because of how the software bridging the gaps. And basically you know when you're shooting night modem this five seconds exposure on your iphone. It's not shooting just one long frame. It's instead it's shooting multiple frames per second. And then it's auto aligning the ones that line up in our sharp and so over over five second exposure you might have you know you'll have dozens and dozens of different frames in the iphone will throw out the ones that aren't good. Where maybe you were shaking or bumping and it'll stack all the ones that are lined up and they're sharp in delivers you a sharp image. Even if i see my hand is moving. I still get a sharp image and though that's just like that's just crazy and it's hard to kind of wrap your mind around it and so the more i always really encourage you know when you get a new especially for traditional photographers when they get a new iphone camera to really go out and play with it. A time to understand where the delimitations are kind of how it works because it thinks and again it has rules that are so much different than what we we traditionally think of as photographers

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"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:05 min | 6 months ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

"That these are odd times that we're living in. We will never forget. 2020 is hardest. We might try. But here's another one. A win is a $1.9 billion hit to a pretext earnings. During the second quarter thought it is a good number. Well when it was predicted to be five billion And it wasn't a $5 billion hit but a $1.9 billion hit and during a time when they were shut down as well. Happy to report Some pretty happy news, all things considered from the Ford Motor Company. And what a pleasure it is Always to welcome back to the Paul W. Smith show. Mr. Jim Hackett, the CEO of Ford Motor Company, and I never thought I'd be congratulating you for a $1.9 billion hit, but it sure beats $5 billion Doesn't Jim Well, Paul, Libya you You hit the nail on the head because you know, it's really difficult to run a company when the factories are shut down, So basically that loss is a reflection of we weren't in business. Um, for you know a portion of that quarter and then when we do get in business Um, Here's the good news or really fantastic news. Our people that went to work in those factories are people that got them ready. The factories. There are people that made it safe over performed because we built more vehicles than we thought we could. And so I couldn't tell you this. Last week. We were talking about the Bronco. But that's why we're so excited because on the heels of the Bronco launch, we knew that we were gonna have a really fantastic bit of news. For Wall Street. It's simply stated, I would say, Mr Hackett there at Ford Motor Company and with your Ford family and team, strong execution and a challenging environment. Period. No question. And in fact, you know Ford in the last big downturn. 08 10 doesn't take federal bailout money. And in this case, we you know, we managed our balance sheet expertly. We were goingto look like one of the best auto companies frankly, coming out of Koven, Given our balance sheet, we took a little Ah, razzing. I think for you know when we were borrowing the money and cutting the dividend, But we were doing everything we could to get things set up for what was going to be a Challenge and we did so well that we actually paid back half of the revolver. We pay back $8 million on July 27th. That's that's a nice payment. And this all happening while the U. S economy has now we know officially turned in its worst performance ever in the second quarter, with the covert 19 pandemic, shuttering businesses across the country and Most of US consumers, most of us hunkering down in our homes. Meanwhile, in the past 30 days, Jim You've had two huge successful launches. The F 1 50 in the Bronco. And I think Paul W in that news about the economy. I tried to get this across last night that Ford is going to be offering brand new jobs to build this Bronco at Michigan Assembly, 2 to 3000 people and the reason I think it's probably going to be to the higher end because we've had over 100,000 reservations for for the vehicle. Um and we, you know we wouldn't want to make more of them and the F 1 50 is going to be Um, it's super successful. In fact, an insight there is when we told we don't normally do this, but we told them that the third quarter will be profitable. The fourth quarter, we said won't be, but it's not because we are working hard or making things happen. It's because we have to shut down some of the production of the some of the production and the two factories of the F 1 50 as we turn over to the new This is this happens normally in the auto industry, but it's amplified, you know, and everyone's staring the virus impact, Mr Hackett There's been a change here. I settle, though it may be originally the company was not saying how many reservations that you got for the Bronco. If I'm not mistaken, that was that wasn't discussed the actual numbers. You just said. I think you just said over 100,000 reservations. I did, And you know part of the reason that I'm talking about it because we don't want customers to get discouraged because we're still working on it. Secondly, it's going to break every record that we've ever had on the company on something like this. I mean, and this is what, frankly appalled, Obeah. You've been such a spirit of optimism. I knew when I took this job mints, you know it was going to take Three years to get the new things to market. It's just not done faster in the auto industry, and so I want the world to know that you know this plan. These things that we have put in place are really working now. And so that's It's just fantastic news. Right. Listen, look, you were coming in as a non auto guy. You're under fire. You were second guessed with every move, but I've known you for years through a few different jobs, and you've been successful at all of him. So I've had nothing but faith in you, Jim Hackett and the That faith has been reassured in the job that you're doing tough that it has been strong execution and the challenging environment meaningful progress on your plan to create this vibrant Ford Motor Company and by the way, along with thes two launches in the last 30 days, the F 1 50 in the Bronco. Let's not forget about the upcoming Mustang Mach E. And my spies have told me that you've actually had a chance to drive an advanced prototype. Tell me about that. Yeah. And thank you for those comments. You know the way I was trained by this wonderful coach Ocean back where I that I have to give honor to our team. They you know, I'm on the shoulder of Giants, as they say..

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Ww DC and data. Season is upon us every year. I, <hes> I, him in Haw, and I always install all the Betas usually. We don't cover them a lot. Until <hes> the we're closer to release, but because of this year that changes are so significant, and people are just so interested in the stuff that <hes> Steven and I, both kind of made a point to go a little crazy with Beta installs <hes>, and we've been using them now for a weekend. I thought it'd be fun to report how these features are working and. And given. This is Betas with some of this stuff could change, but you know. Let's kind of dive in deep on it I will say you've gone a little deeper than I have so the pool right I'm swimming in the pool. You did a cannonball from the top of your house into the deep end. Oh, I did I. Did I I wrote a post in the payers forum saying Hey Steven I've gone a little crazy with the bait. If you've got questions, let us know and a team. Oh, wrote crazy like install watch os Beta. And <hes> one of us did I'll give you one guess. Not, me. Like I had actually Rosemary. <hes> went in that pool I I said well. Did you watch blow up anything? She says well when I wash my hands at once crash, but otherwise it's been fine, and like you know it and also I feel kind of cavalier this year because I'm home, not traveling. <hes> if if my phone gets to messed up I can always unwind. The Beta I'm. Home doesn't matter that much so I. I didn't feel that bad about it, so so let's just <hes>. Let's list the devices right <hes>. What have you got? The BETAS installed on, so I've got the Beta on a external SSD that. I'm booting my macbook pro from I, need my fro some later this year, so I'm not willing to put the bait on at directly yet. And running it on my I've had many other. My leverage IPAD PRO is probably going to succumb to it. By the time this episode comes out <hes> out of my phone, and the definitely not my Mac pro <hes>. The this machine is where I make my living, and it will stay on Catalina for some time, but yes. I'm playing with it kind of getting my. Getting in the pool. I spent more time with it on the Max I've got thoughts around that, but. I want to get back. Somebody said a second ago. The interest in Beta cycle is way higher than it normally feels like. And maybe that's because a lot of people aren't home. Life's a little bit slower now. It's because like big Sur in particular is a huge change having we just on your iphone. Who Change like there's a lot of things that are really attractive about these Betas. Wherein some years it's like yeah, it's better, but you know. You can live without it for three more months. Some of the stuff people want to really experience now. Yeah, agreed. And <hes> and there is kind of some themes to these Betas as we go through it. In the show today I started with the Beta on my is because I have two IPAD pros because I'm that guy so I started with a on the big IPAD pro and it was running fine, and then it quickly cascaded over a couple of days. And I put it on the laptop, so I had big Sur on the laptop in it on the IPAD. Then <hes> suddenly I had it on the second IPAD I had on my own. I also put it on my Mac pro because we have a the way. The recording situation is right now in the sparks headquarters. Has You know there's there's four people living in fifteen hundred square feet and <hes> so? My studio isn't really where I'm recording shows where my I MAC PRO is. It's where I do all the edits and all that stuff, but I'm not doing the recording there <hes>. My old studio has been turned into my daughter's. Daughter's bedroom, but we have an extra in there, and that is the kind of recording machine I'm sitting at it right now, so my fancy Mike and Everything so that one is not upgraded or or running Betas, but but but the all the others should Max. The to Max I own are and then a few days ago I. Put on the watch, too. Because I as I told Rosemary and the automakers. If it breaks, it's her fault. But it's you know so, I, I've been reading on everything. This one thing that you may have heard in the news is these are pretty stable Betas I. think partly because wwe came later. This is more like Beta or Beta three in normal year. That being said do as we say, we do. Don't don't know these. If you need to get your work done Yada Yada Yada Yeah. I, mean they're still developer Betas. At this point, you have to have a developer account. The Public Beta will be in July. That's when they're more widely accessible and usually in the past. At least it's been to developer bills for everyone public Betas so. Developer Beta two or three be public Beta one and there'll be a couple of developer builds and then. A couple more puppets, this sort of tiktok approach, and just because this Betas good doesn't mean the next one will be in fact very often. They get worse before they get better. So yeah, do what we say like. Let us take the pain and you know if you have a spare me, shake my head many if it bursts into flames, that'd be sad, but it's not the end of the world. Then <hes> yeah, I think it's fine to play with on that, but definitely out of production machine now something you need for work because you can this situation where the you know, it's always like the one happy really need the one workflow you really depend on. That's the one that's broken for months. That'll get you.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And rough it when I get tears off the study and a three car garage of course because what else does one thing keep the costs down to ten thousand dollars yeah Jim you've done it again what's wrong with that idiot saying let you turn on your house without consulting me what if he did what I wasn't anyone aware of illegality involved what did I do what did I do tell me didn't you realize that you're dealing with the pharmacy what do you tell me what crime I committed a gym what in the world did you do I don't know he won't tell me you merely taught on a house in which I can help the six thousand dollar mortgage which now becomes fully payable upon demand and Mr Hackett's dies the soul demand where we get it hello well I suppose I could turn in my insurance policy is intelligent not yet no residency do that I'll be glad to sign a note for that amount thanks bill forget well yes good bye amber no college John always John by what a wonderful friend what's your what's with this kissing all of a sudden maybe every time he leaves as a property shakes hand with me in just.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Is always my co-host my friend your friend everyone's friend mr david sparkes hello mr hackett welcome to a very special episode of back power users it is a very special episode we have an awesome guest who are extremely excited to talk about but today is mac pro day that's that's what this interview is going to be about what that machine lets people do how it speeds up workflows our as we'll talk about creates new opportunities for newark flows we're really excited to be able to talk about steven are you gonna put mac pro day there's a repeating event calendar so you can celebrate it every year now like a holiday yeah like an an anniversary it's not a bad idea i'll get on that okay well we want to welcome our guest this show today welcome to the show thomas grove carter hey guys now thomas is a as an editor we we we we interviewed doug brooks product manager for the the mac pro back w WDC thomas is one of the lucky few thomas is very well known editor he's worked on some some big projects ed sheeran lego movie the music video game of thrones apple privacy commercials privacy commercials thomas did those based out of london and more importantly apple has entrusted entrusted you with one of these fancy new mac pros for two or three weeks now before launching a we're able to bring to the audience and one who's actually been using the computer hey thanks for having me on guys thomas you've done some other stuff with apple in the past you did the review of the original touch bar macbook pro i mean you're just a power user i i mean video editors are legendary for the amount of ram and storage and data that they can burn through on their project so i know that you've been using apple for a long time but just tell us a little bit about how your story got started with apple yes oh i thought DC max when i was at university i got one of the how was it unique long about how the white i'm steve new my better told me this atta why mac with maybe a small screen and no the site camera that was my first that was my first mike okay so mid-2000s some that yeah that that's where i am yeah and and then yeah and then i ended up with the white mac book as well and then graduated to a aluminum i mac with the black back and then where am i now now and then since then i've been using laptops when i started as a professional editor the company has a work have often had desktops to my personal custom computers will become laptops because i ks needs to be on sat or editing from home and different things like that i was thinking about that original white i met when you said it that's that's the one with the clear keyboard right i think so the the keyboard had a clear case it was a great idea like beautiful in the apple store but as soon as you brought it home and like hair and crumbs and things started falling off to two years finally of colleges definitely murky in that yeah sorry yeah food food late night crispy doing stuff right now but yeah so when i i i i was using final cut pro so the classic version of a back then which was probably gonna cut pro four point five or whatever they ties with HD yeah yeah and that's what i used for myself high meditating and stuff like that and then when i finally got a job became a runner or became an assistant in posthouse working i'm doing all the technical stuff and i was learning i actually started the forgotten about this my life actually so long now but i was i was in an old apple final cut posthouse back in when i moved to london it must have been two thousand hates i guess maybe even longer than that and it was a place called unit and it was all final cut pro at a san and yes so i started work there assisting with all this these sort of high end fondaco workplace for TV in an and commercial work how unusual was that at the time to be in a in a business you know commercial business that was all foul oh cut i didn't think it was not unusual it wasn't a most places were avid but then farnell car classic will probably be fun cut six and seven by that point that was definitely way more dominant than premier or anything that i don't think where we are now we're premier is now is not what it was like then so final cut seven was definitely in a really good place but that was it was definitely unique that that was a company that was fun prior i think it was quite known you know so of in in london for being you know they were that was the selling point that they completely run of final cut pro and it was caught they used colors well if you remember color which came we're unaccustomed to see that was really interesting i mean but back then i was you were using module loading in from tape from digital we'd be loading in russia's for the for the editors and breaking down the tapes and then land back to tape and pick stuff out to broadcast all on tape so you know he'd we'd be yeah the crazy stuff you had to do with the kind of frame offsets because nothing would be would you in video would be out of sync automatically get when you laid back to tape so you had to compensate for that by framework to lay back the first ten seconds check it was insane commend lay the whole thing back it was it was quite different time yeah it's amazing how much is that industry has changed in the last ten years yeah and when our first just to carry on from my story my backstory there i was editing music videos as for friends and my bedroom in the evenings basically when i wasn't working in this basement machinery and then the production company was that they had an editor they went to all the time so they started sending my edits to him for feedback must not getting this feedback from his editor really it was actually amazing feedback really productive active constructive feedback and eventually he just sent me an email and said do you want to quit your job that you'll have to take pay cup come here and can be a runner and mike tea and coffee for clients and i can start giving you music videos that i can't do because he i guess he saw something in me that you know he kind of thought was yeah something he he thought was a talent that was gonna grow well he saw the had something in music scene that he liked so i went now this pay cal three grand pay-cut together which time very much so that was a big chunk of my income gone but then in the first two years in that job i edited it's sixty music videos in the first two years while so i was just a very quickly they had to employ another runner because i was doing too much editing work and then yeah a career slowly after start they're doing music videos and then more commercials and then are finally than i was approached by another company a big company called tremendous sandwich where i am now and moved over here about seven years ago i've been here ever since and then since then actually we've taken the editor who got me the job job initially he has now moved here as well now back in the bands back together now throughout this time where you apple hardware and final cut was the the those your weapons of choice throughout this period yeah always final i mean a lot of the commercializing of that song being done in avid the boss of the company i was i us that was cutting an avid but the guy who got me to come and join the company called bryce he was using final cut and we would have been easing cheese grater maybe there would have been g five's at out of the mac cheese greatest uh general thomas site they were they were either pro g fives with apple oh cinema displays at that point and then eventually moving onto i max yes it was always apple hardware the point quickly going to make was that when our first iding music the video is if someone had something on film which happens occasionally music video is it always used to come on this SD digital data and i remember i used to ask ask for a quick time and it was back then it was so hard to get anyone's transfer anything to a quicktime free and they wanted extra money for it because it was the it was the outlier it wasn't the normal the thing that was done so it's really weird thing now requested type would be laughed at the rim overly guess it is crazy and and so you've been doing apple hardware final cut fulltime we're going to talk later in the show about final cut because i know there's a lot of listeners now you know final cut us to mortgage your house to buy final cut now it's like three hundred bucks it's a lot easier to get into it and i definitely want to talk to you about that later with all your knowledge but before we get there i'd like to get kind of an overview of the types of workflows you're doing as an editor currently maybe if we'll talk a bit by the company i'm working out and the kind of stuff we do in the workplace we we have helpful yeah so it kind of we've got about eight to ten at is his hair trim editing we do a lot of the main bread and butter is high end television in commercials music videos as well and then we will say there's a few kind of TV shows and things that get done one of the addresses what's on a black mirror that someone else doing being a full pot channel four drama the my men and you know the couple of the guys have done feature films as well but the main day today stuff is music videos and commercials says about eight to ten his hair we've got a few assistance and a few junior editor who kind of stuff his yes so we work closely with the production companies and directors mainly and they you know they're going out and shooting all the stuff they will bring us the beginning of we'll drive them tunnels or a you know an upload the plates more often now you know so we can download with the russias and typically will be working with HD files so you know everything that show maybe it'd be helpful KO higher and it'll be crunch down to ten eighty pro proxy and yeah we're ingesting that strains final cotton with with we're counting with the offline russia's like that we're doing as much as we can make it look gray and sound gray and rebuild the story visually officially.

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White News Anchor Compares Black Co-Host to a Gorilla Live On-Air

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

White News Anchor Compares Black Co-Host to a Gorilla Live On-Air

"Might be an opening for an anchor soon a channel five in Oklahoma City they were rolling some video of a gorilla and Alex housed in made this observation about the gorilla to her co anchor Jason Hackett they were having one of those fake TV news laughs about it but thing is Mister hack it is black so it was explained to Alex that she really should not have said about the gorilla looks like him they want you all to know my heart all the giants for one as I know it was wrong and I am so sorry Mr Hackett accepted the apology adding that it was a teachable moment then we have to understand each other's backgrounds in the words that hurt the words that cut the missiles than is still on the show for now

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"mr hackett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Federal grand jury in Virginia and charged by the justice department which calls their alleged businesses the largest illegal streaming services for TV shows and movies in the U. S. Catholics and ice cream at all correspondent checks Iverson charges include conspiring to violate copyright law copyright infringement and money laundering might be an opening for an anchor soon a channel five in Oklahoma City they were rolling some video of a gorilla and Alex housed in made this observation about the gorilla to her co anchor Jason Hackett they were having one of those fake TV news laughs about it but thing is Mister hack it is black so it was explained to Alex that she really should not have said about the gorilla looks like him they want you all to know my heart all the giants for one as I know it was wrong and I am so sorry Mr Hackett accepted the apology adding that it was a teachable moment then we have to understand each other's backgrounds in the words that hurt the words that cut the missiles than is still on the show for now seventy degrees mostly cloudy some spotty showers out there we're going up to eighty wins news time nine nineteen honey I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what but we got for free LG stylo five phones for lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month I smashed up the car and unlimited gigs wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones switched it is to get four lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month for free phones with unlimited gigs all her super reliable super fast nation wide network boost mobile the switch that gives you more terms and conditions apply you customers only visit with mobile dot com for details.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Six pound cat who could easily be mistaken for a bobcat three thousand people apply to adopt him from a shelter in Philadelphia since Mr be handsome existing health conditions and behavioral issues they gave into a family with experience dealing with problem cats shelter tweeted out a photo of Mr be relaxing in the bathroom sink of his new home and they promised to keep us updated on his progress to be an opening soon for an anchor had channel five in Oklahoma City they were rolling some video of a gorilla and Alex Howes then made this observation about the gorilla to her co anchor Jason Hackett like they were having one of those TV news laughs about it but the thing is Mister hack it is black so it was explained to Alex that she really should not have said that the guerrilla looked like him they want you all to know I'm on my heart as for when I I know it was wrong and I am so sorry Mr Hackett accepted the apology adding that it was teachable moments and we have to understand each other's backgrounds and the words that hurt the words that caught the missiles than is still on the show for now sixty eight degrees cloudy some showers on Long Island we're going up to our rainy AT and a town today wins news time five nineteen lounge presents I wrote this next song from Cheyenne should never have told her how progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats she said if they could love her pooch as.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I am joined as always by my friend and yours david sparkes. Hello mr hackett. How are you today. I'm great how are you. I am fantastic. I had so much fun with you. This is really weird. The way we recorded episode five hundred out of time so listeners aren't gonna and get it for a few more weeks but we finished it. We got to spend some time in illinois. <hes> i got to watch. Stephen takes a max apart. That was fun. Yes the stock was great. If you were there and said hi thanks for doing so if you came to our show it was just amazing. I'm really excited to share that in a a few weeks yeah. I and i said this an episode five hundred but i'm gonna say it again anyway because it doesn't happen for a few more weeks but i was sitting next in line in this person's like hey we need someone that can take the screen and mac and it wasn't like stephen said. Will i have experienced doing that or a genius. He literally just walk walked away with them. It's like someone saying there's a building on fire. We need to firemen and you just ran it was it was amazing. The bell rang and off you went. I'm very good and very specific acidic situations and it was very funny because while you were doing it you were like all business. I got one point. I walked up behind you. I said hey i got this nice cool glass of water. Do you want me to put it on the desk. You can have a sip if you want and it was like we're having none of it. There was nothing funny to that all business all business anyway good for you good for you i oh i'll put some links in the show in that people can see these photos. It's kind of crazy and then of course you had the added difficulty that an increasing number of makeith finish their lunch rush. Just decided to circle around and watch you to see what would happen next. I have not ever had that experience of upgrading the inside of a computer whereas performance art but he live and learn. Did you ever see the episode of seinfeld. Were creamer like spill the eminem's into the surgery. Yes i felt like there was a definite risk of that. Someone having a an errant piece of chocolate cake lint remember yes yes man. I can't let that go. I didn't want the email you got down to the bud. I forgot. I forgot the exact confectionary but it was a but there are a lot of people eating chocolate cake around you. Fixing this and i'm thinking what would happen if a piece of chocolate cake when into father nothing good get it all uh we have a bit of news one of the things we wanna do we occasionally hear from listeners sexy more than occasionally say shows great. I wish you would give me the and notice when the show's publish. I'd like to get the show notes separately so you have asked him. We have answered as an experiment for a little while. We've set up a newsletter and there's an link in the show notes. It's the newsletter it's not going to bomb you with information but what it is going to do is when the show's publisher publish you're going to get an email with picture if there are pictures from the show <hes> show description and all the links so you can have all those saved to your inbox directly <hes> <hes> there is a fair bid of expensive time put into doing this so we're calling it an experiment. We're ansi how many people actually want it but if you do want it sign up for it we we'd be happy the share with you. There's a link in the show notes and just go sign up professor thing yeah. I think this is going to be a fun way to share. There are our notes and everything with people in kind of a different format. You know there's something that we've been asked a couple of times about as it's actually a pretty good idea and and we're making a real effort especially in our interview episodes to include photos from our guests you know when appropriate when they could share them <hes> and so i think this'll be a fun way to continue to make the show notes sort of a more rich experience and honestly for my point..

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Mac power users episode four hundred and ninety surfin safari hello and welcome back to mac power users my name stephen hackett and i'm joined as always by my friend in yours mr david sparkes hello mr hackett how're you today i'm doing well matt summer is here right kids out of school it's hot and talking about web browsers i guess i guess what you do in the summer my oldness died on me just stop working the thermostat like yeah the original and so that was like six months ago so i put echo being and it's pretty cool now telling my home pod distort up their conditioning in having a just start yeah it's got home kit support doesn't it living and then the future baby living in the future yeah it's tough another time but i i have a lot of stuff i'm pretty deep in that world but it's a it's a world as increasingly cut off from outside outside vendors we have not done a deep dive on the stephen theory of home automation i feeling that is in the future isn't going to do that weeping and gnashing of teeth audio well whatever hey on i o s thirteen 'cause i've got it on a couple of devices now v a home kit stuff looks a lot prettier although they're still all rounded rectangles i mean it's it's not like i feel like you could make that easier for people but anyway that's how i were here today no were here today because we wanna talk about this thing called be worldwide web i think it's gonna catch on david i think it may have legs yeah me too when a man is html something something slash whatever then you're good that's it right yeah yeah you need to make sure that you a you're are navigating gating what you're netscape and a yeah yeah yeah it's worth talking about safari safaris obviously a huge part of being in the apple ecosystem it's a part of the apple ecosystem that is easy to avoid on the mac and very difficult to avoid on i o s and i've had a less we're gonna get into how it's different i think between de platforms as and things that are good and things that are bad some some fun a power tips about safari but first i wanna start with a little history if of course 'cause i like doing that and you haven't caught on tonight let me do this so here we are actually wrote history lesson and they outlined because i i feel like safari is kind of a special snowflake for apple users so we need to go back to to the nineteen nineties some people listening remember it like it was yesterday some people listening don't remember it at all some didn't exist in the nineteen nineties these internet what's coming right along and you had browsers like internet explorer netscape navigator end there was it for a long time there really wasn't a great browser on mac oes this is of course years before mecca west ten were talking classic meko west end a so you have netscape some others but then steve jobs comes back and apple cuts a deal if microsoft to a to a bunch of things microsoft invested in the company they promised microsoft office on the mac for years to come but there's a clip of this keynote on you to wear bill gates is towering over steve jobs odds on a video screen and people are doing it's very intense yeah that that there was a moment that was definitely a moment and apple history and that's also the time where or microsoft is coming to the realization that they were slow on the get go for the web as well and they kind of threw a lot of microsoft resources at be internet so this fit in with what they were doing at the time as well absolutely so part of this deal was that internet explorer which had been on windows before for this but like you said microsoft as of late in the game they came out a little strong and governments around the world slept arrest but part of this deal with internet explorer would not only be bundled with macro s but would be the default browser automatically west so this is nineteen ninety seven her so aunt a this created a lot of a lot of shockwaves through sort of apple world but what it meant was that be the mac had had at the time at least more options for a four

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"My name is Steven hack at I'm joined as always by my friend, and your friend David Sparkes. Hello, Mr. Hackett. How are you today? I'm doing well. I'm excited to get into some some IOS apps looking at our list. There's a lot of a lot of fun stuff to talk about in here. Yeah. We thought it'd be fun for an episode just to talk about the Iowa's apps that we use. We've been very MAC heavy as of late. But there are some apps. I mean, we're just getting back from WWE. I did it. I Pat only and you know there's some apps we use to get by that's right. Yeah. So these are some things that we use. I think both we didn't limited just the ipad iphone and ipad things for work things for personal life just apps that we go to on a regular basis. And I have some I think you do too, that maybe aren't like, a regular basis, type at, but when you have a certain type of task or certain type of project its your go-to on. I that's an inch. Interesting way to filter these as well. Yeah. When you have a very particular set of problems. Yes. Yeah. You need a very particular set of set of applications to solve it. So we're going to go through these all these will be listed in the show notes in order, so you can check him out on the app store, as always those, those are there for you to go explore later, and now I know in house into shows like this, or like when I read, Federico's, big Iowa's, twelve piece a couple of weeks ago, I picked up apps like, as I was reading his story as, oh, this solves the problem that I have. And you know, you go download it and come back. And so, hopefully it is it is useful for people today have what we find one or two that, that you, you discover today, so I, I guess I'll get started..

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"mr hackett" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on AppStories

"I wanted to set it up fresh, which is a huge hassle. Takes a lot of time. And I really am not one hundred percent there yet. But what I did. I was I set up kind of my writing and my podcast environments and to even get to that stage, though is there's there's a whole class of apps that are fundamental to all the services and other things in software that use and first and foremost is one password and dropbox because I store so much of my stuff that you and I collaborate on in dropbox, and I need one password to validate the licenses for all the other software, I use so those two along with I guess Email, and I've using spark these days for my MAC stories Email. I install those right away because I need to communicate with people need to find those licenses and then get everything else installed along with that was things like back plays because you need to have off site backups. And then just the things that are guess you. Call them customisations of the way, I work on a MAC things. Like Alfred and joint those are both really important to me because it's it's in my muscle memory to be able to drag things in joint or hit. I haven't mapped to command space hit that combination. Have Alfred come up and do things that I do Alfred. So those are all kind of the first level of things along with things like slack. So that you know, I can stay in touch with you and Ryan and the other people on the team and good task. So I can I can follow my tasks those are all things. Wasn't good task now? Yeah. Yeah. Sneak that beyond me, you know, you knew that for a long time. Now, I think since the end of the year never talked about this. Well, since breaking news Federico good test since I thought you were using Omni focus. You're confusing me with your good friend, Mr. Hackett. So that's baseline stuff. Right. But podcast in is a surprising number of apps, and there are apps here that have overlapped, and I've talked about some of them before. So I'll run through them fairly quickly. But despite the fact that there's overlap I use them all for different things. And that's why have them all one is audio hijack. That's what I record with. So all the files are being recorded audio hijack with a backup with QuickTime, but that's built in. Of course, you have Skype, and you know, that's another one where it's like, okay. I have Skype installed but better have one password close by. So I can get my log into it. And then logic audition audition us just for loudness matching. So that our to track sound roughly the same in terms of the loudness and is atop Rx, which is a very specialized audio processing that I've talked a little bit about here. And there on MAC stories. It's it's pretty expensive. Of software. It doesn't incredible job of making a sound good. It's tuned to the environments of our two recording spaces, which is really cool. So that no matter what I just, you know, I set that up with the new mini it just like grinds right through those files real lot quicker, which has been a lot of fun to to kind of watch. And then, you know, forecast Mark armaments app for trans coding to MP three and Addie meta data to a podcast better touch.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Hundred seventy seven mobile music and production with Yakup hot. Hello everyone. Hello yakup. How are you? I'm doing absolutely fine. Marvelous actually and also with us today. Stephen accurate. How're you doing Mr. Hackett? Hey, I'm good. I'm excited to to get into this. You know, I like to think I play Mr. audio producer. But just doing vocals is a different ballgame than making your music. This is going to be fun. It's today. Our guest is Yacob. He's Swedish musician who in five years has produced seven hundred videos on music production and not only are they great videos about music production. We're going to talk today, whether you're a novice or a, you know, Berkeley graduate musician. We're going to have some hopefully, some ideas for you. But how to make music with your mobile devices? He produced all of those seven hundred videos on his ipad, no MAC involved. And it's like we gotta talk to this guy. Let's just start off talking about, you know, what are the mobile devices you're carrying around to do all this work on. Well, right now, I'm actually doing all the capturing like cap. During I'm filming filming. I don't know if that's the right word, but I'm using my iphone six s so it's already got some years on it. Right, but works for for everything I want to do and I mostly work with videos in ten eighty p sixty frames per second. And that that's perfect for for YouTube and a lot of my my audience also watches my videos on these I devices, you know, because of my content. So I it just works. I'm also using an I pro- twelve point nine inch. It's the two thousand and sixteen years model, I think the one that's still has a headphone port. And but earlier used an iphone five of Houston, ipad, meaning one and an ipad Amini two, and I used to add it on those and when I started out editing, my videos and doing stuff, I only had the iphone five. So that was basically the only thing I used for the first whole year all of those videos have been made on one iphone why phone five, wow. And you know, I would imagine ahead on Jack is kind of important for a musician. Yeah. It's extremely important. I had this conversation on a. Whole hotel room with a guy called Gaz Williams, his British musician. He's quite well known. Also when it comes to he deals with this thing called, sonic state..

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"mr hackett" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Welcome back now I'm Jerry Kyle and we, are talking cars and talking, cars done break time Sometimes. You get caught off guard so Ken stopped. In and. Do you watch, stock. Market very much I actually do the stock report every day Right so you probably see some of the. STAN Ford stock has been falling in Ken. Gotta do the, shout out to Ken to me. And you know they do this. Fifty week fifty two weeks. Change than Ford stock is down eleven point five four percent fifty two week deal and, that's that's a big thing if you're watching stock dying eighty four is the fifty two week low yesterday. When I just looked it up briefly it was nine ninety eight rate about at, that moment and the questions begging. To be asking white wise Ford stock dropping like that, to, give you an idea GM just to be, fair fair and balanced as they say GM stock fifty two week changes his down two point two five percent right supports is clearly down worse but they're all a little down. Because there's a lot going on in the market, and let let me kind of walk you through. My thoughts on his Ford thing on this Jim hacker guy took. Over Ford as chief executive and he was Church kinda with revitalizing a company that was it's been suffering from some slumping profits and rising costs uncertain outlook and I think he's been their. Thirteen months now for recall right and he's. He shuffled Ford, executives around and outlined plans to. Introduce this new sport utility vehicles. And Lincoln cars and that. Was a big thing that he did is he said you know we're gonna drop all, these four door sedans and we're going to go strictly SUV except for just a few specific cars so. Really go all in with SUV's right little bit of the glitch on that is, the new models like the escape. And explorer SUV's are on their way but they won't, begin, arriving till like the second half of two, thousand nineteen I'm sure he had to explain why they're gonna be shutting down these four door sedan production facility so he probably had let that cat out of the bag but. They, basically haven't had the product to fill the, gap in between And people sometimes don't want to buy the car that's not, going to be around tomorrow even though that's not big, scare by. The way sometimes that's a good deal I'm to say the, company's? Stock price was lagging and this this Mr. Hackett kind the cut the engineering costs and improve Ford's fitness and. Yet he hasn't really been forthcoming on how specifically he's gonna get, all that, done and and that's obviously frustrated Wall Street and and gotten him just a little on the nervous site and and I. Think that's what's ended up showing up so. New York Times their their words not mine a slow roll out over recovery cub replan has added to a new, layer to the challenges facing the number two automaker it has trouble on several. Fronts operations in Europe India and South America and those are struggling costs for key materials like aluminum. And steel or rising GM's got that same problem that's part, of the problem with the two percent decrease sales in China have stalled And its model line is short on all the new types of SUV's and. Trucks the buyers are snapping up, in the United, States that's your times, so I think that's probably at I think it'll ring hover yeah I'm not gonna. Give stock. Advice but. I think they're SUV plan is not totally bad, I questioned the all in Iowa There's there's there's. A, few things they're doing there they, know what's going on as far as their stock prices. Are going and everything they are Battling that I. Don't know, if anyone goes to auto blogs or. Go to MSN Riyadh who or anything they always have their auto section and everything like that Ford is all over on those pages if you go there you're going to. See more stories about four than anything else because they are basically opening their doors for everything to try and get their name out there and everything And and whereas these other places are and enforce doing to they're they're kind of cheating the system a little bit I have not, saying but, everyone's got their you know their new technology that they have to hide from. Everybody until it, comes out you, know, and Ford is kind of like. Letting them see their hand a little bit, so they're getting whereas everyone's saying well..

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"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

"Pnc bank lear abbott nicholson bridgestone and zia once again from the chevrolet display here's paul i mentioned yesterday about the the cranes a dinner for automotive news and we talked about a lot of different things including the automotive world congress which is underway in the guy behind all of this casey crane president of crank communications of the other end of our line good morning to you casey martin pa i am doing very well thanks for the great dinner you don't see all of those uh movers and careers together having a great time uh even though they're big competitors with your dinner always brings them together for automotive news y'all said that um you know we we really have the opportunity to bring those guys together they do compete fiercely on a daytoday basis and i think they love the opportunity just sit back in uh new kind of share some of their challenges and talk about what they're up to you have the ah automotive news world congress centre way boy do you have some big names for that when this year yes the fortysecond automotive news world congress uh we ran through a great afternoon we had uh sakalas on from nissan it was the first time he ever spoken to a us audience uh carlos guns were policemen uh mr hackett came and joined us last night for dinner we had the new uh volkswagen ceo with abc can so it's just been a starstudded um and you know it's nice and it's a different conversation than we've been hearing about from cbs and and what you're reading about it the auto show we're talking about the business of the automobile industry uh we're talking about how you sell cars we're talking about what's in dealer showrooms right now so it's been a little bit refreshing to be honest with you as i it is a refreshing to talk about all those things regardless of the the current state of affairs with the electrification regardless of the current state of affairs uh and the the number of people you ask that's how many different ideas you get about autonomous vehicles at whatever it is the business of the.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I he's daughter invited me they were naming a street after a nutty kelly and and i went out there and i started doing our whole it about how george karl in which never funny and i'm glad he's and she and and now car lynch brother both came up to me and said that's exactly why george horde of want clear that question about decency as being again that's a big part of the movie like when i met gilbert he would do this really don't know how long it was but he would walk to lower side of his at one sister and over the west bills too busy to in then home to be with the family what's been great about the response this movie is that most people want the other side to be scary and dark like with comics are supposed to be scary people but people who like overjoyed that he's actually a good guy as sincere person that that's a really great that receptions been really good the opposite of a buddy heck as i heard buddy hacked wanting because you're is known as a major of the brick and he was he was there in vegas talking to somebody and this young guy comes over anchors hole mr hackett i'm i'm i'm i'm really sorry for bothering you but i just got a job i one of the casinos and and i'm nervous about it to be playing vegas and and buddy hackett ghoulish i'll year i i saw you will lay now i and i i got one beta vice.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on WJR 760

"Companies that benefit from i shall miss ford motor company and the president and chief executive officer of ford motor company mr jim hacker on the other end of our ally mr hackett always a pleasure to speak with you sir good morning good morning all w i hope you will japan in i just want to know that it's really fun all those steve courtney you know between the segment that makes me feel great you should feel good with mr courtney doing sports and he'll be back in iran could docket here today a little later we'll hear from detroit mayor mike duggan at about eight sixteen rod would of the detroit lions at eight thirty seven hang around you're gonna like all these people boeing we also have we also have the president and ceo of ford motor company both at eu it a good light up a people hate congratulations you've beat what the market thought you would do you have continued with everything basically up thirdquarter net income was one point six billion revenue thirty six point five billion eps was thirty nine cents all up over a year for over a year this is all you can hope for isn't it it sure is and you know you got to start with thanking our people the ford folks worked really hard it it happened in a lot of hard work in great education in you know this is this is the best thirdquarter f one fifty sale since 2005 so uh some significant thing happened in the fall this year and i'm really proud of everybody well in in its vice have you to thank all those people because from top to bottom bottom to top it takes everybody working together and this really does demonstrate how your teams focus on fitness is showing early promise that's what you're looking to do isn't it yes you know i i've been really clear with the visit the wall street all w.

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"mr hackett" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr hackett" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Always chance get the latest headlines from wall street we will get a summer movie preview from nil minnow and as always will give you an inside look at the stocks on a radar but we begin with a shakeup in the automotive industry after just three years in the corner office mark fields is out as the ceo of ford motor company the borders replacing him with jim hackett who most recently has been heading up ford's smart mobility vision simon i think it's for say mr hackett has quite a task ahead of himself what do we know about this guy well three words for his selfdriving cars is going to be the future for four here i think i think that there's a lot of impatience that ford is falling behind a lot of the other the other automakers for mobility i mean we've seen gm invest a billion dollars last year it accrues automation selfdriving cars we saw chrysler teaming up with google ramose selfdriving cars ford has said this is important in the strategic priority but we just haven't seen the progress i think the shareholders wanted to so they put in hacked who's done a lot of great work with steelcased case before with university of michigan before he's a very design focus guy tackling big problems i think he's the right catch for the job i would applaud this move he does have success david although i think some people are looking at him and saying his experience is not exactly in the automotive industry but maybe that's a plus in this situation i think so having an outsider command can be an advantage in some cases and ford is still in a pretty strong financial position i think they're free cash flows around twelve billion dollars or so so they're in a position where they're producing a lot of cash and how they director think simon's right on the money there that that they need to focus on innovation in autonomous driving selfdriving cars electric cars and it seems like that's where his focuses stuck down forty percent while fields was the ceo in three years do you think on some level hackel hackett realizes the the stuff price is going to be part of how he judged i mean they just couldn't get any respect in the marketplace they grew earnings over that period the stock trades at a very inexpensive price of seven.

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