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"musk king" Discussed on After Hours
"You get one other invites. You can fight one other person so imagine walking into a room. Where elon musk. King interrogating. The ceo of robinhood. Asking him really tough questions about how he handled the recent game stop incident that was a clubhouse conversation that drew thousands of listeners. Or you go into another room. And there's oprah having a conversation with chris rock or you go into another room where they're talking about black lives matter they're just and dozens of these rooms about politics entertainment technology whatever but once a conversation ends. That's it there's no record of it they disappear forever. So do i know what the conversation is. Before i choose a room yes you do. There's a topic yes and you can follow people. So if they start to hosted room you're alerted to the eh you can host a conversation and if you're a moderator you have control over who you let speak and sometimes you can let people in the crowd speak. Sometimes you don't but it's really really fascinating. It seems like part of the appeal. Now is like a space where you can have conversations amongst friends in honest ways it'll disappear and you don't have to worry in some sense about whoever else in the world might wanna comment on. What you're saying. Is that part of the appeal. I think there many layers of the appeal. Recently there is a little bit of a frenzy as people realize that mark zuckerberg had gone into a conversation because he doesn't make a lot of public appearances so as an opportunity to just hop in and hear what he had to say. And who was talking. And what was that conversation like. So there's a little bit of that but there's also the other thing that's more intimate that you described right so for example you could imagine doing live after hours with our listeners in a clubhouse and letting our listeners speak and engage with us on the other hand it's messy in other words it reinforces it reflects all that's good and bad in how we interact with each other you know. How do you moderate something like this. It can get ugly. It's unbelievable how quickly a social hierarchy has formed already and it's one more performative thing. Our lives are performing one more performative platform for all of us. One element of this that. I find very interesting. You know how in european television small group conversations totally dominate the evening Basically from ten to two in the morning it's groups from. I don't know five to ten. Twelve people sometimes a live audience sometimes in our life audience. And you hear everything you know wonder about the future of electric cars to politics to whatever some of what you described at. I just get to listen to top full. Maybe famous maybe not so famous people who have real expertise in something. I've actually always really enjoyed being just a participant in these conversations. The super interesting. I didn't know about it because this is not old company right. There's like less than a year. I wonder how you think about how it grows. As you liberalize the opening up of it so like what happens as it becomes more and more people coming in and the air of exclusivity goes away so right now there's like this tech angle on it and who knows going to drop by is gonna drop by but it seems over time what's going to happen is it's going to become a place to have conversations. I don't know if it can sustain itself with its current cachet but it seems like the longer run story is a story about facilitating conversations..
"musk king" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Even the team of civil rights. Attorneys were writing this report that had access. You have to take this down and then higher higher higher higher ups in the organization. They said no I don't think the trump was actually trying to affect voting I think that it's like. Again underscoring that they're not taking this seriously. I don't get this particularly on the hills. When they had the the workers, right didn't do a walkout or a protest or something just a while. Back I mean you've got a lot of twenty and thirty something. Really Smart people working at facebook can make pretty good money doing it, but you'd think that. Be that this can't go on Kenneth or Ken it. I think there's going to be crushing point for facebook that at. This is this is other companies like Reddit, twitter, and inside Google. They've been able to a they they they have sort of infrastructure and the sort of culture inside the company that says look. We are big lumbering monster, and if we take a MISSTEP, we can crush a Lotta buildings here. We to be very careful how we use our power. Read it for instance, the recently deleted two thousand of its community groups including A. Trump supporter meeting. With with eight hundred thousand members so clearly they clearly these companies. They get it facebook they're not. It seems as though they're committed to of course of action where they are. They don't do these things voluntarily, and they write their own ship. They're going to beat position where a they will full met a disaster of more biblical proportions, and then lawmakers or stockholders going to say we're out your where we're going to give you. The Hamburger Hammer God right now, because you are incapable of governing yourselves well and also people who want to break it up. may have more influence. Come January of next year. Depending on what happens in November, but it's not just this when we said the bad week for. Zuckerberg this boycott thing and these are not these are the big boys from you know from Pfizer to leave is to whatever, and there was a meeting between the boycotters and the boycott e of facebook, and virtually every account I read. Coming out of IT WAS A. Very successful and even. Getting back to Margaret's point, even if Zuckerberg at all, don't care about the kids working for them. Maybe they see them as fungible. They do care about the bottom line and these advertisers have great clout. So what happens here? Can Zuckerberg continue to hold out or what? I? Think at some point. He's going to be pushed aside he has an real power that he. Well because. He is he's. He's KINDA WANNA. Say Elon Musk. King the company, but Every day planner up to you I jumped ahead to. You should say..
"musk king" Discussed on Le Show
"Major technical challenges the threatened to delay initial flights of US commercial astronaut ferry ships. These would be the spaceships that take astronauts to the space station because we want to stop Japan. The Russians to do that Boeing and SPACEX I e Elon. Musk King of customer service. In the worst case scenario NASA could be forced to reduce its presence aboard the space station to a single astronaut for an extended period. According to the I G no. He won't be lonely. There'll be people from China. India countries with working systems up there. So where you from Boeing and SPACEX each face significant safety technical challenges with parachutes. You've parachutes can't get those right. You know it's not not nothing that really sophisticated it's parachutes of course course. It is SPACEX. They can't get the multi SPACEX. It's of course. Each face significant safety and technical challenges with parachutes suits propulsion and launch abort systems that need to be resolved prior to receiving NASA authorization to transport crew the complexity. These issues has already caused at least a two year delay in development by both contractors as well as testing and qualification schedules may further delay certification of the launch vehicles vehicles by an additional year. According to the I g there's been the case since the space shuttle retired playing golf in Florida now. In Two thousand eleven NASA has been forced to rely on Russia and its three seats Soyuz spacecraft to carry us and partner agencies astronauts while the agency while NASA worked developing new US cruise ship under the commercial crew program. The heat isn't that code for the Soviet Union the numbers including the Specter Jones report released this week our eye opening according to CBS. Since two thousand six NASA has purchased seventy seats in the Soyuz at approximately approximately four billion including five seats purchased through bowling. I Guess Forbidden Apiece. So this'll be three hundred. Seventy three million. Oh Oh the seats through Boeing. Three hundred seventy Ben Minute. The big key number is almost four billion for the seats. Overall NASA updated average cost proceeded five hundred fifty five million for the seven completed and planned missions through two thousand twenty with prices prices ranging from twenty one point three million to eighty six million for each round trip. Because we don't have our own thing only space x offer significantly lower costs. NASA will pay more for a seat on Boeing's starling or spacecraft and the agency agency currently pays pays to fly aboard a Soyuz to the inspector general. The we will have the final seat on the Soyuz used in April. Joining two cosmonauts up there NASA is currently negotiating for at least two more seats with the Russians. That's complicated by the Russian decision to reduce the number of Soyuz flights to just two per year. Because they're holding open the possibility of launching space tourists. I and other non professionals to the space station in our to make money. We've taught them. Well use of inspectors general latest John. It's a copyrighted feature this broadcast In my they were. You've gone away the more sir the from From New Orleans. This is the show just forgot where I was. Ra- mini second there. Okay I'm here lays gentlemen As.