22 Burst results for "One Demo"

"one demo" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

04:44 min | 6 months ago

"one demo" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"When I see those where I'm like, I don't even know what it's supposed to mean, even if I took the time to try to decipher it. Yeah, I mean, it's fun. Don't get me wrong. And I'll caveat by saying this, the only demo reel out of a 500 that I saw that I remember was, you know, I don't remember the person's name, but there was only one resume that I remember was one out of the 500. I mean, that's an amazing stat. That's the whole point is to try to be memorable and be exciting and create a call to action. And there's only one you remember, and you don't remember the name. That's astounding. Yeah, I don't remember the name, but to their credit, I'll say they say that it's one of those that has a check mark next to their name because we might go back to that person later on. It's just a particular junction. It wasn't a good fit. But they actually tailored resume with school of motion colors. They had kind of like handwritten notes on it. So it was the only one that I was like, oh, okay, you know, this person took the time to go through our branding and kind of like, because I see our branding the entire day and I'm working with files with our branding. It was the only one that was like, I remember this one demo reel that had our brand on it. So that was kind of like a standout moment. If I need to go back and look for it, I don't even know how to find it, but I know when I see it, but I think so I think the note behind that note to me is there's two really important things besides just like your work and the tools you might.

"one demo" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:31 min | 6 months ago

"one demo" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"First demo tape after seeing them perform at amateur night at the Apollo. In 1973, the pips moved from Motown to Buddha. There they found immediate success with hits like the peaceful waters flow and midnight train to Georgia..

"one demo" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"one demo" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Most famous wrap up show a couple times, maybe. Yeah, so amazing. So he's the one that was about. You did not. Yeah, that was his first job was on Howard Stern. He's roommate. And right after they have 500, let me say they were doing some pilots for Fox. And they went to K rock in no not K rock WX in New York and they were going to do these pilots for Fox Howard is going to be a late night talk show host and we shot 5 and I was a PA on that. And then at the time, I was with this girl for four years to college and still with her. She done me. It's a nightmare. I have no money. I'm driving a cab at night. I have nothing. And Gary says, hey, my roommate just left. You want to live with me? And it's like, you don't have to pay. It's like, oh man, Gary, thanks. So many reasons why yes. Yes, and so I was like, a Gary's wedding is a mine. It was like he's like he's one of my oldest and best friends. I listen to how it's her when I was driving to work every day. And so I came in one day and it was after we had some we had some shop guys that were helping us out and they were listening to it. And when I walked in, they tried to turn it off. I'm like, oh my God, that interview's great because I think he has the best celebrity interviews and they all looked at me like, you listen to this? I know. Like, wait, you do? That's the best thing when you find out the stern fans. Like when you're a stern listener, it's like, oh, you're one of the rock? No, what's up in nap? It's like this big music festival, food, wine. And so Gary was there as like I was doing like this one demo on stage and Gary did a demo on stage. And so we were on the side of the stage while Gary was up there and there was this one drug deal going booty. Yeah. And we're just like, can anybody shut this drunk idiot and you could tell he was going, okay, yeah, yeah, and he was trying to do his demo with the chef and on stage and this guy just kept. No, it is amazing to be out at a dinner with him in the middle of the conversation that is actually sort of serious about our children. Or problems in life and marriages and we're talking, and I'm like, a good night. One of us is Barry our soul to each other and inevitably. And it can be at the nicest fucking restaurant. Some fucking drunk comes up. You're annoying. You know what I did? Howard 100, like a few years back and I was like, I went to Howard 100 and I knew that I knew the whole story with Baba buoy and we took a video on this. So JD and I became buds and we didn't need JD and Natalie maines that Natalie's in front of mine. So we have obsessed just completely obsessed with documentaries. And so we have a group text that that's all we do is talk about documentaries. Usually true crime. True crime, yeah, if somebody's just bludgeoned to death, we're like, yes. That's awesome. And when I was being walked around JD's like, oh, yeah. You know, Gary's and I'm like, hey, hey, hey, a buddy of mine knows you and he's yeah, sure. I'm like, Danny's here. Oh, no fucking way. He's like, yeah, but he's like my Danny, you and I are like, we're besties. Yeah, we're funny how you're like, I know a friend agrees by my old roommate. Yeah, yeah, exactly. I mean, the funny thing about Gary was so like in the 90s, I was working at the Radford lot, which is this I worked at Bradford. Oh, you did, yeah. So at the time I was there. It was basically Larry Sanders. It was Seinfeld. It was Roseanne. Here's another fire. It was everything. They're Christian. Gary came to visit the Gary came to visit me and I swear to God. So I'd been walking like I was talking to Gary shanley. I talked with all these people. But it was only when I was walking across that lot with Gary shandling that people come up. It's like, how do you? It was like, it was so Gary Belfast. Yeah, I was Gary Della vate. Yeah. I'm a little drunk. But here's the thing. I want to get to you that are famous. We literally you get this weird credibility. Yes, you have no reason whatsoever. I need to know because we have like 7 minutes left of the podcast. I guess one of the most did you have some questions? I do. Well, I've asked you already, right? How many push ups could you do? I could do a lot of push ups, but I don't know, should we do now? Let's do it after the podcast. I'll go back to the podcast. Tori, how do you go for ILM to go to MythBusters? So working at ILM. Shut up. Yeah. We're gonna have Star Wars new Jamie and Adam from working there. They called me up and said, hey, we're looking for background builders. Come audition. Oh wow. And that's kind of how I said, oh, I got an opportunity that could change your life. And I went. And it did. I'm still waiting for that change. No, it changed. Okay, where the time of the show where we like to plug things. You guys are sponsored. Wait a minute. That are happening. And by the way, this sponsor is you pick we took totally. I'm on sending you. You say we can plug our no, not there. I just came here to drink with Danny. I want to share a question and Tori question. Yes, you asked him. Okay, so you didn't know each other in college. No, no. Same degree. He I think we were in different circles, and he was older, much older. Much older. I graduated. Are you are you on the alumni wall with Anne Rice and all the people that are on our alumni? Well what? Interview with a vampire house? I miss your college and just found out I saw. By the way, I know her. Well, you know who? I do know her. Benny, net benning went to San Francisco state. Yes, no. She graduate? She, yeah, and she was our co key notes speaker. Right. But then you banged her, you told me that. And then and then this world Hillary Clinton gave the keynote. At my school. That's pretty fucking cool. But why would why would she be there? It was before she was famous. No, no, she was on her way. She was on her way. She was what year did you graduate? 95. Getting ready to try to be president. Thank you. And but Annette benning her speech was like, it was so inspiring. It was like, we could have just said, drop the mic done. Like, that was because you went through our acting. Did you ever do a keynote for one of their graduations? No. If they were asked you? Yeah. They don't even ask me to. Hold on. Why not? They have asked. I've always been busy. I've just always been busy. I want to tweet at my college and be like, I'm too busy. They haven't asked me yet, but I'm just going to say that. I've always been invited. I'm busy. I workaholic. I work a lot a lot of things. You should do it. You're asked to do it. I did it for Syracuse, the new House school, which was like their community school. And it was one of the high points of my life. Is that your dog?.

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"one demo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When I first heard the song. Well, I I wrote, Um I started the song. Um so, Bridget, uh, she she sort of extracted the hook of the song. I sang Nobody stopping you now in the first And the first demo of it, but it didn't. I didn't turn it into a chorus. I was like, I think it said, like nobody's stopping you now now that it's summer, and the song was called Summer Lullaby, and it was super soft and sweet. And she heard that part and she was like, Oh, that's the hook of the song. Let's Let's amplify that. Let's stretch it out and like, Let's make this whole thing a bit more sort of anthemic feeling. Um, So when I first heard her demo, I was in peers literally in tears because I really didn't think much of the song I I sent it in the spirit of sharing any ideas. And I I didn't think that it had a place in the bands. I thought, stylistically, you know, I was like, this isn't really our vibe. And you know, she heard something in it, which is a beautiful thing about co writing. You know? People. People hear things in your songs that you can't always here. And Yeah, I was just I was blown away. I was like, Dang, She really turned this into just just a whole a whole song a whole moment. Let's take a listen to nobody's stopping you now. Yeah..

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"one demo" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

The Double Dropkick Show

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

"From. You is a hug and kiss to seal the deal. Maybe st man. This is like one of his greatest promos man. That was one of his greatest. I real look to a terry highlights of the tag team match. That happened anderson dresses. Kind of like you dress. I then all i love it. Dusty turned around here and he's like look and he goes out against the big bubba rogers. Yeah that's where this originated at and that worked out perfect because has stayed. Oh yeah she's like all right. Crockett get this chair right. There's no that's the only chair like that in the building doesn't mean his sunglasses years and then he proceeds to and then this nerve hold right there like does he sell it like they. Cinematic steph was way ahead of his time. Uh paalea to watch you. We asked if he got his button all the way up. Oh yeah that's how real oggi's do back but that's what you got. I want him to come in like a bit. Why would he says the nasty bo. Both of them still alive. They are like when you when i think about like that. Stereotypical eighties wrestlers in. When they're making you watching a movie in the eighties wrestler. They scream and shout. I think the nasty yeah. Yeah has before they were heavy man like these guys they were. They were reckless and dangerous and steph but when they were when both of those guys were in pretty good shape they were pretty good Formidable tag team. And i think sags may be related to dusty rhodes yes staking. Its maybe through marriage. I think it was through. Marriage boy does. Does she look out a place in that bar gallon hat. He's half the people in. That bar weren't wearing a shirt no masks. Is that old klondike meal. It is yeah. I'm pretty sure great. That guy's got a heck of a job. Nick patrick bobby bobby king was watching something the other day and bobby heenan zone and they already brought in jim rawls and yeah and an heynen was kind of the third and you could just tell he was doing commentary. Yeah but dude he. You could tell he was phone in. Yeah i mean it was just. He didn't he wasn't on that night. Yeah but ross was kind like taken over and that was the that was the thing about heynen. He would kind of get on a row. We get to talk and jim. Ross would interrupt right start calling the action in the ring and it was shortly after that he left and went to. Wc going over the room surrender observer mission. The only way win. This is i mean. Now they do those ma- the the war games matches and annexed t and man they pale in comparison. They're like three on three and it's one cage and no no ruth. Tally are anderson tennessee. That's where i wanna be. Yeah how many those set jackets do you think arn anderson hand. Oh my. I'm glad to see those things making a comeback. Oh yeah let's just one. That said enforcer buck duster on. Yeah he looked like when we met him at wrestle kate. That's exactly what they look exactly like they do right there. That robert parker had a pair of white new balance shoes. But he's an older gentleman right. He was going to be only sleep on his feet all day. And now you got dusty dusty. Does this is what i love about dusty wrote when he would t- with the road warriors and he's a he's teamer with the national boys. He's got on nasty boys shirt right. Not somebody who would lead off hand. Yeah that's right. Golly fans just don't the fan were grabbing at bryant is that brian knobs blonde when i get him grabbed his wrist. Like fan. Today wouldn't think of doing that. Like oh god look you know. That's why back then Number one in the this is this would be an era when they wouldn't brag because like hundred thousand people are right you know over. We got this demo. This one demo.

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"one demo" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"If we do the kill switch band. I can pick these fuckers out and get some good guitar player. Anything nobody in the gonna care of. Yeah i if i was choosing. I might have gone chokehold because we would have a better chance at it. But you know chokehold record would have been bigger. Production could have better production. That's the thing it's so influential blake. It's a hard listen. Nobody's listening to it in twenty twenty one and this is respectfully to the dudes and chokehold. I got nothing against you if people there's a reason why they'd probably say the same. Oh yeah oh. I would hope but like the you're right. I think that that there's people that look. I saw people genuinely excited to see the smasher be smashed album version right like many version. But it's a studio version genuinely excited. Even though the live version smash smash buyers crisis is excellent fun but people were excited to hear and i think on some level chokehold could do that. I don't think they look. Nobody wants to hear the recording of anything. We've talked about this rare. That people are genuinely excited for it. But when you're album straight. Sounds like it was recorded in a flushing toilet. It's it might be time. You know so i don't know i. I would be excited to hear those songs. But then people can't abandon. I'm not gonna name i. They put out one demo. I wanted to put it out there. Demo came out in ninety nine. And i love it and i wanted to put it out. Honestly maybe i'll head up and see if they still want to do it. But when i said hey can i put this out. None of us are going to make money. I just think it's awesome. They said oh yeah. Nobody's ever asked that sick await. Can we re record all the guitars and possibly have like the vocals dungannon. And i was like but a demo from the year nineteen ninety nine. You mean what are we doing. Who like to leave. It is it is. Yeah but i get it. I get it the the the instinct too strong so whatever anyway one more question. Are you ready. let's get it okay. Sri time these two. We're gonna say over the over. The plate hardcore that has few melodic parts. We are totally out of Designed guys out of the moment sort of thing because we kind look like defeat her we looked like like melodic hardcore guys. Okay so it's not like it's not like of the moment you know what i mean like and but our music kind of people should like it more than they like it. It's it's it's very solid hardcore but you know our singer refuses to take off his hat and it's a little too stylish. Whatever so we we've got. We were kind of hands you wearing that stylish shop you wearing a red sox. Give me some juicy. It's gotcha hat he's wearing. He's working on wall street. Bet so he's wearing a bouncy aga decisively right so now. I have a harpoon gun to bob's chest okay. Time you're directly behind him. I'm making the making the two of you hold each other like you're on a motorcycle in this would definitely pierce our stand. Your heart is well. We can either sound like the today record. Okay or.

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"one demo" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

17:15 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Quality. It feels extremely well put together. It's unbelievably stupidly. Fast food it looks. The part appeals. The forest is larry. It's stupid fasting is the thanks for the right opportunity. really yet. Call was arriving financially. If spending ten minutes in the car and i can see why it looks lease stunning whites for those to get into the hands of customers. I think he's i think it should have been. I think it was around now. Like hugh to twenty twenty one. It should have been by thinking maybe a three month delay. Maybe a little a little longer. let's talk about as being delayed not the first one won't be the last one model s platte so just to remind model as long range is the refreshed one there's models plaid and plot plus which the plot plus is going to be the one with the new batteries in and five hundred twenty miles with tesla hasn't delivered any of that luxury cars the since the start of the year. Thanks to a computer. Chip shortage says c. n. n. and once upon a time it was the cows only offering but since then of course model three model y elon. Musk has been promising. The return of the model s. Just around the corner any minute. Now been saying that since january twenty seventh saying as recently as april oh that deliveries will begin in may twenty fourth of my tomorrow night deliveries brand new week. So according to cnn elon. Musk has now confirmed that. There's a june third event and that will be a customer handover event all the model s. plaid version what. Musk tweeted fastest. Production car ever notice sixty in under two seconds look no matter the eyepopping acceleration and the design quirks of like only getting steering wheel for quite a lot of money however the delay in bringing the s to market is proof that the former tesla mainstay is now off the for the company. According to dan is he's tech analyst at wedbush securities. It's still important. The tesla continue to offer the s in the ex. I said given that prices top one hundred thousand dollars plus high end vehicles can generate profit margins than the three older. Why i've said many times over the years. I sometimes get tesla fans icing me for. It's entirely optional. To have the in the lineup. Now they don't need they could. They could him off and focus everything on three. And why tesla needs the wi- to be a success number one then probably three and cyber truck in equal measure and i put cyber truck equal with three. Because it's not out yet. And so we don't even gonna look like but that company needs to thrive on the y being a success and the story essex entirely optional. I think they should be in the lineup. Because i like having those kind of cause of the top end to For people to kind of look at it and and technology can trickle down as well. So look if you are expecting a refresh or x. It may mean that it's getting closer. Let's hope the june third event actually happens call white to see customers taking deliveries of some excellent aviaries. Coming up on the podcast. We'll talk about mega charges for tesla semi trucks going in in california and how many reservations the ford f one fifty lightning has. Let's talk about volkswagen now. Number one and number two in the german market. The german plug in vehicle market scored over fifty thousand registrations last month in april. Twenty twenty. twenty one There's been a big month for both plug in hybrids pure electric battery vehicles as well. The market is firmly in the disruption zones as clean technica With the plug in vehicle share at twenty two percent. That's huge over one in five vehicles. Plus okay on huge in germany. Ten percent of those pure battery electric vehicles. Volkswagen leads the way in their home. Markets i actually the yup. Yeah didn't expect me to say that. Did the yup took the top spot behind it. The three the kona and the gulf plug in hybrid old benefiting from the beginning of the corta tesla off month. If you like into the ships arriving from mountain shanghai nothing arriving nothing selling. That's just the white tesla doesn't do drip drip. They do all or nothing and so it's nothing month for tesla not showing up anywhere. But we know that you have to look at those. These figures monthly Sorry quarterly not monthly. Little e up is a veteran. Now surprising the its way to the top of the charts third win in a row surprising performance among the top eight models only two are plug in hybrids but because of the way they sell actually plug in hybrids a fifty three percent of the time. There's just more of them on the market although not in the top ten interestingly showing up now in germany audi q. four h. ron based on the mvp platform like the four and that is showing up now in the sales figures. They are being delivered in germany. Skoda any act showing up in the said that's being delivered now in germany. Brilliant both great cars both the full and the scada any act next tessler installing mega charges at frito lay. There are putting in a semi truck. Judges they'll mega charges. The northern california warehouse upon completion of the installation. They'll have the first known charges. For the tesla semi says tasmanian. They'll serve the first fifteen electric trucks older by pepsico which are due to be delivered sometime. This calendar year I'm sure handbuilt At maybe maybe texas probably nevada And of course each one will be very very bespoke only building a few of them every week. Tesla's new charges will be installed alongside existing charges at the moment. it remains unknown. How many mega charges are gonna be installed. Even how they'll look at the site plan and the plans that we found Showing the mega pack batteries will be installed there as well to stabilize the grid and to be able to dump power into the tesla semi trucks when they need it next. Let's go to denmark in copenhagen dan taxi and e on the big 'electricity company energy company. I should say launching a charging up for taxis. It'll be easier to highly fully charged in copenhagen. Most of the city's current three hundred pure electric. Taxis are dan. Taxi is a company that off for the drivers. It's been increasing difficult to find somewhere to charge as it become more popular so five neutrophils charges are going in judge. Ten taxis time and delivering three hundred kilowatts so that these taxi drivers know they'll be somewhere that just the taxi drivers can charge and they can get way of business Some of those 'cause you know with a couple of shifts or working twenty hours a day so it's really important to take diesels off the road. get working. Vehicles charged up and get people experiencing electric pal as well in the back of taxis next. The electric ford f. One fifty is comparing to the cyber truck and riviere wante. According to the drive they say a two horse race. You really go choice between the rich. And the ford f one fifty based on price alone they say a ford. We'll move the lightning's base price of forty grind before incentives so just over thirty grand after the federal tax credit. If you qualify for that the talk racing is excellently. Say payload horsepower off. Good the rangers lacking slightly on the base trim of two hundred and thirty miles but that's probably a baseline number conservative. Ilk go up says the drive. The ribian has the same. Its high price tag on his position as a luxurious vehicle. Top trim eight hundred horsepower. Twenty two inch. Wheels cybertrust veisaite. According to the drive the truck is not comparable until specifications are released. And that's true like twenty nine. We saw one vehicle occasionally. They'll ship it somewhere and drive around demo run but that's it so we haven't seen the final cyber truck what it looked like the specs. The final performance the space. Even since the you know the franck would've won of course but you know the interior. The design of it none of that confirmed yet so the dr refusing to give it time of day and compare it to the f. One fifty in the ribian onesie and finally talking. F one fifty. How many reservations forty four and a half thousand less than two days since ford's unveiling of the all electric bestselling pickup truck. They've now had forty-five almost forty five thousand reservations. The f one fifty lightning's as the detroit news. Four deepened up reservations on wednesday nights allowing customers to put that one hundred dollars stirs of the truck and then later that place an actual order so again. It's only one hundred dollars like the cyber truck. It's refundable is a reservation but really you can cancel it and rarely we'll wait and see but that's a great number by the way show ford will be buoyed by that all rights coming up. We'll talk question of the week the best bits of the week. Because it's your the podcast and this week's question of the week with your own says now thanks to military noy dot com. We are asking you which specialities vehicles should go. Ev rajiv narayan has somewhat of an expert opinion on this. I would like to see an electric ambulance becoming available. He says currently patient care in the ones. We have cramped defers in many. It's challenging to have more than one. Emt working on the patient in the patient compartment so much so that often patients stabilization has to happen on-scene prior to transporting to the hospital. Where i believe he works also. The vehicles tend to spend all the time. Idling wasting gas and ambulance Could have more space and waste less fuel and i agree with a big battery underneath the floor then literally all of the space is available for patient care and equipment and things like that i think is an exist. Any great of how a vehicle like that could happen if performance to that'd be wonderful to to be able to travel silently. Don't need to put the sirens on if there's no traffic around just for patient comfort as well great idea. the user abc Obviously not real name. Says i think the two best vehicles go via police cars and ambulances. I live in a smaller suburban neighborhood. Where with the streets combined covers fifty four miles so not exactly like london. butts We don't have to travel very far to get anywhere. The average nine one one response is two minutes for the majority of people in the city. And the patrol. The slow street speeds a stopping often for police vehicles on top of that most ambulances Don't have to stay on the side of the road like they do in big cities so like you know many places big towns big cities in order to reduce the response time a lot of ambulances half the sits either lay-bys in cop hawks strategic positions. They'll be dotted around the area and you know the crew have to sit in the front of those vehicles drinking the takeaway coffee and having the the food and waiting for cool whereas because everywhere is close together. Close knit where this comes from. Last you have an ambulance station where the staff can go back properly decompress and relax and it means that the vehicle to on charge so it's perfect absolutely perfect They say that Our local department has Some newer explore hybrids. The idol on battery didn't know they could do that So mustang mach e or converted transit for an ambulance would work well fire engines Have insane the not so easy. They say next. Mark richards says i was at sea world and san diego before the pandemic and they had these. Noisy diesel told buses to take you around the park. They're going to be cycle day. And we don't do any more than fifty miles a day and then have a guy who had twenty miles an hour but they run on diesel and the idol stops and these would be a perfect thing to go. A you could even do wireless charging at each stop and have a very small battery. Many cities also have told us is the drive driving around the city on a on a on a route showing you landmarks again. Perfect for They have all night to charge and do low speeds setting aside the pollution thing about how nice it would be to get rid of the smell. I agree like that's crazy somewhere like any of those theme parks but yeah like seaworld in anyway anyway chef shuttles tourists or passengers around theme parks. They should all be you. Don't even have to plug in through the day. 'cause they go so slowly next michael hyman. A hyman says ski slope groomer as a phrase. I've never said before. A ski slope needs to be groomed and many ski slopes advertise things like hundred percent renewable electricity for that lifts bought than they bring out some loud smelly groomers first thing in the morning. Run them up and down the slopes these things have old to charge a low center of gravity. That'd be safe and i agree. Actually ski slopes are some of the most beautiful places in the world and then we run diesel vehicles on the migrate. Stephen troy says. I think it's a tie. Between postal trucks and school. Buses both have fixed routes see could do a lot of region with stopping both be more enjoyable for everyone if they were quiet and fume for robert grace says to the question. I know that it's technically difficult for many reasons. But we do need trans oceanic airliners but what about hydrogen. He says my friend robots you bring us on to our next question of the week we then straight into it. A brand new question of the week with mobility norway dot com. Let's set it so earlier. This week we were talking about this war of words. That's broken out between diamond and timely trucks. The says no hydrogen is a good thing for trucking and have a piece had volkswagen. Group backed up by elon. Musk he replied and said it's staggeringly stupid or something like that. They don't believe hydrogen is asshole a good use for passenger transport. So i'm gonna ask you what you think. Take the temperature of the audience of the thousands of people that listen to this show every day. Do you have an opinion on hydrogen for personal transport. And you no. He's a good answer about it. Just means that hasn't been covered enough for you to be aware. Yes oh no both good. But if it's yes what do you think. What's your opinion. i'll take the temperature of the audience. If this show and we'll see you can email me. Hello a daily dot com as it was on a sunday a mention for our patron supporters with the ad. Free fate app premium partners to aerobics of electric future. Brad crosby portion of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati national charging dot com and delivery charge dot com derek riley from the youtube channel growing all the time making gripe videos rich at rs to make some good stuff. And you my -bility no way. It goes out partners. Love challenging to them. Whenever get sean so the email etc david. 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"one demo" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

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"one demo" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"The costco peanut butter a costco natella in the car. Like in the roof fox with my skis and stuff. And i would just use a big at a big flat head screwdriver that i would use to spread in butter natella on the on the sandwiches and toss those back in the parking lot and head back out. Yes amazing how little you need when you're having a good time exactly whenever i'm having a bad time hungry. What a p. pizza stop want like. Oh i'm hungry as your lord and you're mad that's why you're hungry when i'm having a good time i've never been like i'm starving now time i'm i'm great. That's very happy with stale bread in greasy screwdriver. Well that's the key. That's the that's like part of the ingredients is. Yeah that's the flavors the screwdriver- a little. Wd forty year. Like just like a little little. You gotta have. What did you drive. I always love people. Hearing people's like ski bomb cars at a subaru impreza hatchback with the roof box So out most of my stuff in the box. And then if i went to a mountain i would always get free skiing at the mountain and sometimes free food but there was never lodging involved so i would save the space in the car itself for sleeping. Get them get some free beers. Get some like per d- My thirty dollars. A day spent on beer mostly in a low and one loaf of bread and then i would eat tele and take pictures sleep on my car and then What your favourite resort in vermont in vermont. i'm gonna say smugglers notch. I went to st mike's. They gave us a free student. Pass the smugglers notch. And it's just been like my snook as been my little niche lies mugs over stowe man mostly because so never let me see. They're for free but that's life out of you. So were yeah. I mean i would get. When i was working in the industry they would give us discounted stuff and then there was like one demo day a year where i could get over there in ski for free. But as far as i'm concerned in this is going to be like the heartache. All the best skiing happens between stolen smug anyways or above the gondola. Like you get the mike as of the world and like don't give patrons don't give secret. I'm just going to say as i mean you. See the stuff that hayes posts. The sunrise from the summit amount mansfield. He's not he doesn't need it. Yeah he doesn't you can put any name you want on. That mountain vale could own it. Bill could off on there could or could not be a gondola on it. But that's what you know people like him..

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"one demo" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"one demo" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"It is match back and forth but we are kind of. I think in some ways i think just business in general has changed but i do feel like there. We created a process around what works for us and we didn't really take into account what are buyers want. And i think that there is something to be said about taking a buyer. Most of my larger deals have comprom- things that i've source and i don't think that's an accident. I think that there is a fact of the matter that i started the conversation with them. I built report throughout the process. And then i'm able to get higher yield values out of that. Because i think i understand the organization better and of course i can do. Discovery deals that have been set up for me. But there's just a different level of report when you start the deal yourself you know. I've tracked this for myself. And my deals that i have self source seemed to perform you know the highest and have you know higher close rates but also have higher contract values attached to them. So it's gonna be interesting to watch. But i do not see the full cycle. Sales rep going anywhere if anything. I think it's gonna rear its head in the next couple years year because companies are definitely looking for folks second prospect and excuse of like i'm a and i i don't have time anymore like unless you have eight demos back tobacco your entire day like we just can't use the excuse anymore. It's not valid. Yeah yeah now. What about the flip side. Is there something that the average sales professional believes that you think is crazy. Yes cold calling his dad. If i see every time i see a post on lincoln about coal collins dad like stop stop calling. I feel like. I lose a europe my life. I'm like all. I always like go to respond. And then i'm like. I don't even have like i. Don't even want to indulge this because i so deeply believe in it like the reality is i have scheduled for team more demos than anyone else right. Now and i'm leading. The pack in my goal is to schedule one demo per day and on monday for instance everybody tells you don't cold call between eight to ten. Am because everybody has meetings my very first goal. Call i did. I think like eight forty five. Am is scheduled a demo and we ran the demo right away. So it's interesting. I think we have this perception. I think we hear certain things like through link or through the grapevine and that we think that that's the bible that that's truth and it's not and so every time we kind of move in that direction and we're like coal callings dead and then everybody kind of stops cold calling for a little while. That's when i'm like hitting the phones. Because i'm like wall of your over here. Are emails though we know. Emails are up forty percent. Or whatever right now. Nobody is responding. I'm gonna be calling over here and scheduling meetings and then reading the post. On linked to about coal calling me dads. So that's the one that always gets me and it always cracks me up because then people also try to rationalize me. Sometimes why cold calling his dead while. The bulk of meetings that are scheduled are scheduled vehicle. Call so it's like very like you can't really dissuade me as far as that. Because i'm doing it on a daily basis so it's just an interesting conversation that comes up every single year and everybody fights over it and i think at its core. The reality is nobody is saying just cold call never do anything else again and this is where it always like you know always comes back to this where people are like i would do e mail if i had a choice and i'm one of those people say i do calls if i had a choice but the reality is none of us are living in absolutes like we're not all just cold calling. We're not just cold emailing. we're not all social selling. We're doing a blend of all of it and that's what's creating the results so there is no success for me without email and there's no success for me without social so that's where i think it boils down to like we all realize that we're doing all three of these things most when we are successful but we just get into this mindset where we think that one channel is a working. Yeah it sounds like you need to start some giant conspiracy about how cold calling doesn't work so you can up the line. So you can increase your conversion rates. I love it. There was like a year. I don't remember it was like maybe like two years two or three years ago. Where all us on lincoln about cold calling was dead. And i was just like you know booking meetings like printing paper because there was nobody was cold calling because we all were under this perception that it was it was. We're reading it everywhere. So i think like some of that is toned down and it hasn't been as vocalized by still see those posts every once in a while. So it's always funny is just never ending debate and sales in everybody's just been talking about it for years and has it's so polarizing so i don't know i just think it's on. Espn then what is your cold calling process. so how are you setting up a cobbler tower. You deciding who you're gonna call. What research are you doing. I mean let's get into just a little bit of the weeds on that. Yeah and all to. I'll walk you through this. I call it the triple touch. Everybody made up like different names for you know what the name is known as now so although through that but as far as researching this is not going to be a popular opinion. I don't do a ton of research before. Call people what i do is actually keep their linked and pulled up and then actually have brought me what. I'm starting to have a conversation so a lot of times. What happens is people. Don't actually answer when you're calling them. Most of the time. In the. I ring so i like to keep that pulled up. I liked to have some background on their company. So i'll usually have two tabs elvin linked in for the individual and then the lincoln for their company. And then if there's any current news or stuff that pops up that kind of helps you know helps me with my conversation too. But that's really most of what i have in front of me as far as prioritization of like who. I'm reaching out to that. Where my task management says some comes in handy so i have my high priority task. Obviously i'm gonna hit all those. I the other ones that all prioritize or if there's any kind of marketing any kind of like buyer intent like such as people looking at purchasing information from the website or someone like you don't look at a lot of content and they have a high product scorer a high marchetto score. Those are ones that. I would prioritize. So i actually have titles on all my tasks that helped me indicate their priority level so for certain task. They'll say you know like sql or mtl or it'll say like downloaded xyz content or it's basically like helping determine which ones i want to call first. And then i make sure to call through all those. Because i wanna make sure i hit the ones that are higher priority and then i other counselor like a top tier council like like vip accounts. All sometimes have those that. I focused on do a focus splits on those accounts. And then the other thing that i do is i will normally especially because some of my accounts are like fortune five hundred very large organizations a lot of times if you go into an account on salesforce have multiple tasks open because i have multiple people. I'm reaching out to. I'm not just going to reach out to you. Like their cio. For instance and then hope for the best. But i will usually have you know sometimes five points of contact and i have different tasks up on each one of them and those tasks could be different depending on if maybe they have some marketing activity or if i saw something on their lincoln that stuck out to me where i thought that was interesting. Maybe they listed out one of our competitors that they used in their linked profile that they're like proficient xyz tools. So that i can use that on my outrage. So i have just different little indicators within my task management system that tell me which task to prioritize in who to call hours and then the triple touch technique is what i've been doing for many years now and this is usually when i teach sales classes. This is really Watered down version. Of what i teach. But it's essentially when you're my process goes like this l. Pick up the phone to call will have someone's linked in profile pulled up. I have it set so that they can see that. I'm viewing their linked in profile. Because i want them to see that. I clicked on them and then most of the time. They're not going to answer. While i'm on the call so i'm gonna leave them a voicemail referencing an.

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"one demo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on KCRW

"That's where any music on KCRW Gulf alpha Bravo comet loop is the name of the track from the forthcoming some dog possibly as late as coming out of the vehicle is I guess I and we heard from one of the session with dice and that's from the falling sands and I tried going back to nineteen ninety six by ruby we heard the grant the mix of the whole is equal to the sum of its parts okay the full length not to mention at the top of the hour that song I actually included on my first demo mix then I did to get a show here on KCRW it wasn't quite all the way back in ninety six pretty close okay exactly one my favorites Granby actually still doing productions remixes good stuff from ruby going way back I'm L. W. right here on KCRW and monitoring all the protests going on there's a few of them going on throughout southern California Long Beach Huntington beach valley Silver Lake Matalin served like start up tonight at seven forty five it's a candlelight vigil and of course in front of city hall downtown Los Angeles every evening but the big one going from Hollywood to west Hollywood all black lives matter and if you've seen some of the photos the letters on the street powerful absolutely powerful tens of thousands of people out there in case or to be reporters on the scene you can follow via Twitter at KCRW and we did continue yours truly here with you until three o'clock and at that time it'll be novena Carmel taking over the controls hopefully you are enjoying your Sunday afternoon it's beautiful out to be safe be careful stay healthy please be good to each other past two weeks to two dollars.

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"one demo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Should I go with your first demo is Brad Hamilton played by judge Ronald Mandy's dressing down a very young Sean Penn Eric Stoltz and I believe Nick Coble if I'm not mistaken now known to the world as Nicolas Cage and it's because we came in to hit the place was working with no shirt on and Bradley Hamilton said no shirt no shoes out also I read outside their shirt day she's there dice learning no it live it do not live alone who are you something like great film by the way Mike here to play the game absolutely but don't you know that the devil is a liar is that fast times or last rhymes but don't you know that the devil is a liar less runs it is indeed one of the last rhymes by the California rapper Nipsey Hussle may he rest in peace shot and killed I believe last year but don't you know the devil is a liar I don't know much of nip sees music I've liked what I've heard I I don't know him well enough but I did hear something I think last week or the week before that I kind of enjoy it let's see if there's a clean version of higher that we could enjoy shot and killed by like some signature something like that if I'm nice yeah I will tell you reading through the the lyrics of what was to be his last song lots about shooting other people and himself getting shot so you know it was a.

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The Last of Us Part 2 State of Play Impressions

Beyond!

07:52 min | 2 years ago

The Last of Us Part 2 State of Play Impressions

"Hello everyone my name. Is Jonathan Dornbush in this? Podcast beyond episode. I gotTA look at it. Because it's been so long since we last recorded an episode sort of is episode. Six hundred forty-seven of items weekly playstation podcast. Part too. Because boy oh boy have we today. I'm joined this week by the One and only Lucy O'Brien how a year Jonathan Morning. We've had so much so that it's now the afternoon those who didn't my tweet. Who listened or watched the show? We record an episode with the four of us. The whole cast was back together. I thought it was a great episode. We talked about a bunch of stuff and unfortunately due to some technical issues we lost the episode two but Louis Pods like it was so much great discussion so many great jokes going to hear it to the annals of time it's such a shame especially they'll never hear my rendition of holding out for a hero which I use to open the show. It was pretty great but I promise I would never do it again. As ethnic during the show you remember so well one time thing one time one time one time only and no one will ever hear but of course we do have plenty to talk about sorry they wanna get to it. I do want to mention at the time of this. This'll probably be a sugar episode. Do those technical limitations but we do have plenty of last of us are to to talk about. If you haven't seen already I confirmed and we did on Janice walls by twitter that I am playing and going to be reviewing the last of us to John. Their review embargo is June twelfth. At twelve o one am Pacific. I am not allowed to say anything else about the game other than I'm playing in reviewing it We will get into my impressions of the Review of course on June twelfth. So you can look forward to that but can tell us sitting here going hills cool. That's great full of envy me. I'm sorry I cannot wait to get my hands on this game. Well I can't tell you whether or not you should want to not wait or not. But you'll have to wait for my impressions till then but we can talk about is of course the state of play and the recent sort of inside the last of us videos that coming out. We delayed recording the episode this week. Of course to talk about the state of play. We got roughly a twenty minute deep dive into the sequel For those who didn't watch Did Washington the livestream? This is funny the basically saying the same stuff we did this morning. I definitely would recommend going to check out the four K. Like now uploaded version of the video on Youtube. Like if you watch the livestream. It just isn't the same qualities watching pretty gorgeous. Game play on the video as it has in the final player of what we got was a sort of overview of the mechanics. The story of the world a setting the stage by Neil Druckman the director of the game. And then a sort of eight minute chunk of gameplay that was following Ellie three whole SORTA scenario since I'm not wanting to blur the lines of what I can't say but for now. Lay Gimme a sort of overview and then we can get into the nitty gritty of it. How did you feel about the state of play showcase for the last love I it was? It was definitely the most impressive state of play for me. Pencil. A just the way it was presented by Neil And presented with a great deal of compassion by Neil considering the Times that we're in which I really appreciated And it was it was it. Was appropriate like hype. Reveal the not much to reveal obviously Iran noses game exists but like they showed intensive the for we will give it about the world and how you terrific CETERA. It really felt like I was in the crowd at an at an eighth shirk ace and the Made Light. That is kind of off for really from a state of play. I felt it was it was. It was really really really really great. Yeah that just brought to mind. Norfolk wants to talk about when I at this glad. I'm doing it here I back when I was in college. I we buy into a few threes by using school newspaper. And I got to go to this Sony. Press conference I believe where they did. The last one demo which was Joel basically going in and out of the apartment building and speaking around in that brutal showcase ended with I forget who was doing it But they finished it and they were like a real like power stance holding the controller and they dropped the controller like mic drop dead and walked off stage at the final kill and this game play sequence though evoked a lot of the same moment of like the you know to where we over a lot of the industry does but like the visceral nature of this cop out like this the sequel really seems to be leaning into the every little moment is going to matter. Every moment wants to be evocative whether it's gruesome brutal. Or you know by the skin of your teeth you use TV escape. Every little bit wants to be impactful which is ambitious but seems to be paying off in that demo. Yeah like I feel like I'm going to need to go for a massive run and then like sink three whiskeys before I stop playing this game. You know what I mean. I'm going to have to get some sort of energy out of me into the be in a very kind of calm head. Space in order the Because it does. It's we've always known that the lost of US Brutally unforgiving well Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But again. I always forget that these characters that I love Massive shakes I do really care about the face of these characters. I do really care about what happens to the majority that they go on and I think one of the most profound moments for me in this particular demo was win l. e. the Veto would be working woman. She will fit forever. The immobilisers woman playing hotline Miami on a station Vita before the last thing she does west gets killed. How did die playing me? All that's heartbreaking on so many levels I'm sure it's how Greg Miller wants to go out one of the moments. That really reminded me of the series kind of eating hot. You know it's it's it's humanity Is when Ellie does stabbed this woman in the neck and it's it's gross in of sudden it's easy and the whole tussle is sort of frustrating. You know any kind of since. La's frustration in that moment. And she says that was dumb. Like you know something like that was. That was really stupid. That was really don and like yes that that whole thing was dominoes on. This area was like that that women didn't need to to try to turn around and try and kill Ellie like it was also unnecessary. Wholesome scenario seems frustrating and it was also like the way she said it was kind of like placing it's been used like it was slightly like bleakly. Funny you know and it just again. It just reminded me of L. E. is this is Ellie. I flipped I got like she. She is she is funny. She is You know there is so much of humanity tour. She's like despite the fact that she's very much being presented as like a much much more. I don't WanNa say cold-blooded but I guess there's no other word for it. Like she's much more a she she's had to survive. Long time in this very unforgiving world like Biz chief. Haden's I really get that sense but at the same time she still ellie and I really just that little low really brought that harmful in this in the state of play

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"one demo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"These viruses in the Lebanon Baptist Terry won't talk what why does it appear that this virus and other viruses like sars all originate in Japan and in China what's happening in China that would cause all this well it might just actually be dumb luck or just look at how things work or the fact that we have China is an area that has sold manager runs as a lot of us worried that is caused by wildlife is now intersected with humans with destruction of of native habitats will much greater percentage that we have so many humans on earth and humans are hungry that we are eating more or wildlife this pharmacist jumping from organism to organism is something that's happened for a long time much of our DNA itself pieces of us are old bits of viruses have been dated us over time so this is not anything unnatural it is a case I think of a very large human population will total look what the civil population is that's just in your lifetime are mine alone this is it's staggering to me that we have this many billions of people hi and because of this we have deforestation and we have a great deal of impact on animals on this animal human back and forth good behavior Dick and you could have coyotes where you live they're all over the place yeah and yes dental Baldwin and their behavior is appalling and they are committed gross human since hardly new waves the wheel off the cat a beloved character because they've lost your business coming in I keep my guardian because he's a small guy grabbed they'll grab it was three raccoons ate my cat they they even attack baby horses it's it's a case of this nature is dealing with humans everywhere in every place of the animals are I love fighting back with kind of a movie H. English essay behavior in animals with so many humans around is a self involvement I tell you what the computer I would rather eat a bag full of garlic then a bat why would somebody eat a bath for crying out loud okay could you be a little story yeah we've got to I got a couple minutes before the break go for it yeah well I lived in new Caledonia for a long time which is the where I use the Senate chamber bottles back in seventy five ninety seventy five the first demos there was twenty five years old and the French there we love fruit bats.

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"one demo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mr that's me up on that you can buy one thing in this sad song then to a tune from an album called mud slide slim and the blue horizon and that song is basically a way of dealing with the shock of being a private person going public and then and just just saying did you find insurance at the beginning yeah I found it you know of course it's exactly what I wanted I wanted to be successful and I wanted to get people to hear my music I wanted my music to make a difference to people but at the same time you know making yourself the product it's very distracting and I sort of dealt with that a couple of times by writing songs like Hey Mister a song called company man another one called fading away these are songs that talk about being in the business the man at ease there are some good stories in this you have your first demo that you're.

"one demo" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on KTRH

"New one I use one demo the ZTR so there's zero turn radius molars from Kubota they have them on sale at Lansdowne moody L. M. tractor dot com is the website you go to to find the closest of the six locations L. M. tractor dot com if you've always wanted is the T. R. is your turn radius more they've got him on sale it's a once in a lifetime type sale at the six locations of Lansdowne movie you know with to use one or demo one it's in court shape and you're gonna get the best pricing available on the market I believe anybody that has a large property if you like knowing yourself ZTR mower is the way to go especially on saying Augustine type grasses so what you need to do is get to the closest Lansdowne meeting you do that by going to wear L. in tractor dot com. welcome back welcome in. what is your first take on the Texas twenty or the Texas belly role one of the kids at all. head count try..

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We were all supposed to have virtual reality headsets by now, but Oculus stalled

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:20 min | 3 years ago

We were all supposed to have virtual reality headsets by now, but Oculus stalled

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by smart water smart water is on a mission dad fresh thinking to the world that's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus ph helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant without its selenium helps you find balance fear body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourselves will think yourself smart water that's pretty smart hockey list was supposed to bring virtual reality to everyone by now what happened from american public media this is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy i'm ali would virtual reality is a technology that keeps on promising in about the last decade the promise has teamed so much closer especially when occupies came along look like such a game changer that facebook dropped two billion million dollars on it in twenty fourteen in march i spoke with blake harris see author of the history of the future aki lists facebook and the revolution that swept virtual reality here were revisiting that conversation and it's really two stories first first is the story of how aki lists and all a virtual reality tech has kind of stalled and the second is the role that facebook's played in that stall at first i asked harris where aka elicits right now they're in the top two in and industry of to so that's commendable at least there in the industry but a but but certainly not where they expected to be you know as part of my research i ended up spending three and a half years are researching reporting this book and i was actually going over email from mark mark zuckerberg to a document ceo brandon reid from a mother to before they acquire them and mark was saying that he estimated there would be fifty two hundred million vr headsets about five years from that and then so we're almost at the five year mark and not there certainly are not you know there's probably one two million vr headsets out there and that's you know one twentyeight stuff with expectation was wow well so then i wonder is it a book about how the having the good technology is not enough having the best technology it's not always a winning formula expectations is a big part of it messaging is a big part of it too and i think the backlash to the acquisition of vacuous by facebook is a good indication of how poorly act was handled that messaging and how the vr community felt about facebook's being involved in this thing that you know all technology is intimate but vr is incredibly intimate it's it's on your face it chicken tractor eye movements there's cameras in your house 'em so facebook's there'll be involved in this was really unnerving to a lot of people let stare down that hard reality that the tack maybe is just way harder than anybody gives it credit for and that that it was the ultimately like a lack of of software and a lack of really truly immersive experiences in motion sickness and front i mean are you bearish are bullish on virtual reality overall i'm still more bullish than ever and part of that is emotional you know when people take off the virtual reality headset after the first demo so many people i know my wife included said wow that i just saw the future that's the future and you don't even really know what that means how do you make a business out of something that we all agree is very cool but what is the value that is it entertainment is productivity you that is why you still see google and microsoft and apple and these other big tech players still just dipping their toe into virtual reality and augmented reality because there's not really you know money to be made there but also they're still doubt it's ever going to be the future like harris says they author of the history of the future which is out now to be fair since we talked occupiers did release it occupies quest headset a standalone device it doesn't require a pc or a phone and review say it has slightly more mainstream of field

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Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to the masses. What happened?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:45 min | 3 years ago

Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to the masses. What happened?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by wigs N a premier platform bringing private markets to the public get access to tech unicorns like Uber. Airbnb and more sign up for free today at equities N dot com slash tech. And by send pro from Pitney Bowes, send pro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PB dot com slash tech. That's BB dot com slash tech. Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to everyone by now what happened from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Virtual reality is the technology that beeps on promising in about the last decade. The promise has seemed so much closer, especially when Oculus came along looking like such a game changer that Facebook dropped two billion dollars on it. In two thousand fourteen Blake Harris is the author of the history of the future Oculus, Facebook and the revolution that swept virtual reality. And his book is really two stories. I is the story of how Oculus and all of ritual. Reality tech has kind of stalled and second is the role that Facebook played in that stall. I I asked Harris where Oculus sits right now, they're in the top two in an industry of too. So that's commendable at least there in the industry. But, but certainly not where they expected to be, you know, as part of my research, I ended up spending three and a half years researching reporting this book, and I was actually going over an Email from Mark Mark Zuckerberg to the Oculus CEO, Brendan rebe from a month or two before they choir them, and Mark was saying that he. Estimated there would be fifty to one hundred million VR headsets about five years from that. And so we're almost at the five year, Mark. And there certainly are not, you know, there's probably one or two million VR headsets out there. And that's you know, one twentieth. The expectation was. Wow. Well, so then I wonder is it a book about how the having the good technology is not enough. Having the best technology is not always a winning formula expectations is a big part of it and messaging is a big part of it too. And I think the backlash to the acquisition of Oculus by Facebook. It was a good indication of how poorly handled that messaging, and how the VR community felt about Facebook being involved in this thing that you know, all technology is intimate but VR's incredibly intimate. It's it's on your face. It it can track your eye movements. There's cameras in your house. So Facebook be involved in. This was really nervous to a lot of people. Let's stare down that hard reality that the tech maybe is just way harder than anybody gives it credit for and that that it was the ultimately like a lack of of software and a lack of really truly immersive experiences in motion sickness and right. I mean, are you bearish or bullish on virtual reality overall? I'm still more bullish than ever and part of that as emotional, you know, when people take off the virtual reality headset after the first demo, so many people, I know my wife included says, wow, I just saw the future that's the future. And you don't even really know what that means. How do you make a business out of something that we all agree is very cool. But what is the value to that? Is it entertainment is productivity. You know, that that is why you still see Google and Microsoft and apple on these other big tech players still just dipping their toe into virtual reality and augmented reality because there's not really, you know, money to be made there. But also, there's still doubt that it's ever going to be. The future. Blake Harris is the author of the history of the future, which is out now tomorrow, we'll talk more with him about that Facebook acquisition, and how technology aside Oculus core community never really forgave the company, and how Facebook's vision for the future of Biard might have been too much too soon. And now for some related links. The book is of course, also detailed story about the controversial Oculus founder Palmer lucky who got himself embroiled in the politics of the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Two was also sued for half a billion dollars for intellectual property theft related to the creation of his Oculus headsets. Anyway, that guy Palmer lucky has a new company that develops virtual reality and artificial intelligence tech. And it reportedly just got a big contract from the Pentagon to work on that TAC as part of the government's project maven project maven is the only sort of secret initiative to develop better artificial intelligence and image recognition for military drones. It is also, of course, the project that famously caused such outcry among Google employees that the company canceled its Pentagon contract to develop military tack. Palmer lucky is new company has funding support and former employees from Peter Teal's founders fund and his data analytics company Pailin tier? Palate. Here, of course, is a big provider of tech to the defense department and police agencies. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. 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Let's look inside Microsoft's HoloLens 2 (The 3:59, Ep. 525)

The 3:59

06:15 min | 3 years ago

Let's look inside Microsoft's HoloLens 2 (The 3:59, Ep. 525)

"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm Scott Stein. Today. We're going to talk all about mixed reality headsets, and the Microsoft's hollow lens to which Scott got to check out in Microsoft's headquarters in Washington starting off the new headset is three thousand five hundred dollars is expected to come out later this year. Yes, that is a lot and it's targeted toward business customers, not consumers. That's the thing. So in that regard. Why is it important for consumers to know about it? Well, I don't think it's important for consumers to know about it. I think it's important for readers who follow tech to know about it. I think exactly know that this is not something you're going to buy and Microsoft's not even trying to fit that role. But it is showing where all OB connected things are beginning to digitally merge. It sounds kind of vague. But basically, a is also just as much about things connecting and and going into the cloud. Microsoft is a believer in. That a are is essentially that reread sensors, and so in that sense. It's interesting we're going to start seeing a lot more on phones and Holland's two does work with Android, and I was going to down the line. What was it like using it? So I've used all the big air headsets, and it feels a lot more comfortable than Holland's. I think feels more comfortable than magically. I think its biggest differences are that has I tracking that feels very fast and responsive the first Holland's didn't have it magically as I tracking. That's not implemented in everything. Explain to me actually notices where you're looking and it can if you start flooding your is around you'll you'll be able to see cursor if included to show like looking at this button and not only that but it can also do authentication for windows. Hello logging. So which they Microsoft does the most secure way. So being able to get your experience on a headset using that for for for logging in for security, I laugh because secures a lot of questions about logging in. It's a question of where the data's being stored and in the long run what how much is being tracked about you. Because Microsoft also says that this consensus of motions through your is weird. But also as hand tracking. So you're not using a controller, and that feels nice, but it also doesn't give vibrational or haptic feedback. So okay. That's they let's step back for a second and answer the question. What do you do with it three thousand five hundred dollars? Like what were the demos? Like, what is the supposed to be used for Microsoft demos were all really technical in the sense that they were just showing like here's here is it is that it works or here. It is that here's I tracking. Or is what it's like to pick up. Something is what it's like to collaborate with three people and see somebody standing on virtual hill. Nothing. And there's one demo that was probably the most practical which was about how to work in a shop where there was a real ATV or a model of they set up this tool shop with real objects, and I was guided around with a new app called guides. Got to they pointed with three D aero pick up this wrench now come over. Here is like a three d LEGO experience. And now, I'm learning step-by-step how to do it or feels like turn by turn maps for the real world was easy to follow? Like felt like this was the most like like really applicable use of like teaching you how to do something to fix a machine. It is interesting to follow. I found it was easy except sometimes they didn't seem to exactly blind point. And my question was if you make essentially the wrong turn on a map if I pick up the wrong wrench how to correct? Yeah. And right now, it doesn't sound like there's a there's a clear plan in place for that. Or they're looking at that. But I think that's a really big workplace question. Also, how much you absorb the information because I kind of blank out unturned by turn, you know, how much do does it change what it means to be in a workplace where you're getting that door. You're actually getting training. That's interesting as to just going on autopilot and letting the machine tell you there's. This. Yeah. So that's that's a knowledge absorption question. Which again, Microsoft is sort of sounds like from talking them looking into. But there are no clear answers yet. So let's let's also bring magically into this conversation. Interesting about magically, and you've also got test that out that's really trying to focus on entertainment. Right. Whether it's gaming or experiences. It is this is totally different than what we're talking about. Where this is like like a business environment. Microsoft is connecting through all their cloud, apps and windows ten and really wants us to be connected and Azure to be useful device magically has no answers for that. And is trying to look really artists and creative experiences challenge. There is that still a two thousand plus headset doesn't work with glasses. And but I appreciate that. They're taking wild creative ideas. I think there's I think they are the Microsoft's the egos right now, and they're sort of between the two you gotta fuse magically their graphics might actually be better based on the chip inside. But. But I think it's a little clunky to put on although the Holland's to headset is larger and more expensive. So no one's really crack the answer to this yet. But you can see that the kind of working on parallel to different elements kinda parallel pads in some way. Plus, there's if you wanna get really deep in the weeds, the Qualcomm announce that there are these USB plug in air VR headsets that are glasses that will work with five G, Qualcomm phones. Good grief. Yes. So, you know, who's using that, but those could drop the price and with things he put on almost like headphones that the phone all the powering for if that really is the case, and maybe like what magically has with tethered pack that becomes your phone. The headset gets less expensive. Maybe it's more like that for something that everyday everyday person would use I saying quotes, but we have to see who would use this. And why that's exactly it. Microsoft is field workers people who can't who have their hands. Otherwise occupied also questioned the military contract. So all of those things and high end industrial us. All right. Let's we're we're going to have to call it for now. But really interesting stuff if you want to read more about these stories check us out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX ribbon Scott Stein. Thanks for listening.

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"one demo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"What was it like for? You is the is the older, brother. And now, you're younger brothers like the lead singer. I think it's awesome. You know, not you picked up guitar early. You know, I think once you saw jamming, you know, in the basement, you always had a guitar in your hand. And we recorded his first demo never got paid for that. We're still hold is. In the first demo we'd have been fourteen. Yeah. Maybe I had a task him for track just volunteering my engineering time. It was the song called you. Remember? Oh, I can't even remember. It was just a rip. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So this is pretty crazy that you guys you mentioned that you guys have been playing together since you were fifteen years old. So this is one of those times when you guys were getting together the basement and wanting to be rocking stars. And while it was there you Arnold things. Like, I I joined the football team. And I just rode the pine they wouldn't play me. So I wasn't gonna get girls that way, I don't know how to wrestle. And so I was like I got to do something here to be cool. So so it was like literally grade nine like right out of the gate soon as I got the high school. I'm like, I got a former band here. Just in your class. No. So Neil and atom met. I at Adam, Scott and Peterborough. Yeah. An atom moved to Norwood joined our ball team. And he's kind of the new guy. Right. And the first thing asked me he says do smoke like no, I don't smoke. Do you play guitar? No. It's like well. You should get a base and let's have a cigarette. So. Started smoking and plan and. It's always the Romero's walking through a field when I was fourteen years old, and there's a guy walking towards me and had a Batalik master of puppets shirt on. And he's like, hey you like Metallica. Yeah. You like beer. Yeah. Let's be friends, and we're still friends to this day. That's that's all you need, right. So so I mean when you're talking about coming especially coming from Canada's well, and there's a great rock and roll tradition in Canada. But people outside of Canada, look at us kind of weirdly, sometimes there's a little bit of a culture shock, even when you just said great nine no one ever says that it's the right creator. It's a freshman yet with still I don't understand freshman junior software senior how is the junior. No, how's the how's the freshman lower than the junior junior is the lowest so. Yeah. I agree. So it was for you guys. You I studied crack in the US market because as we know there's a lot of Canadian bands that never really did that we got some advice early on to to sign to an American label. So we we sort of we had a Canadian label that was sort of courting us. And but then there we kind of wanted their American counterpart to be involved. So basically we signed with jive records originally, which I thought we were crazy because what do you mean, you're signing to Britney Spears and instincts and factory poise label, and then we've got thinking like, wait a minute. They're they're looking to leap into rock and roll. And we're going to be the priority. So so we were like, no this, and they obviously had a few bucks. When those artists kicked up a bit of dust. And so they actually drove up from New York in a snowstorm, actually. And that's when we we knew they were pretty serious, and they went to the came to our hometown of Peterborough and sauce play their Peterborough. Pete's. Yeah. Man's right. And then they tabled an offer. And so we signed two straight out of New York City. So that was that was kind of helped us kind of just the thing..

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"one demo" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one demo" Discussed on Z104

"Special thing. It music news this week, the NFL has finally confirmed. Maroon five we'll be doing these Super Bowl halftime show. They'll be joined by big BOI from Outkast from Atlanta where the game is taking place and Travis Scott billboard says only agreed to do it at the NFL agreed to join him and donating five hundred thousand dollars to dream core. As social Justice charity in other news county reportedly backed up catella just before the lineup was announced because he wanted to build a giant dome in the middle of the festival grounds just for his performance. And they wouldn't do it. Can't imagine why artist spotlight series featuring Bryce by. Barry. I'm loving you. I think my vibe is when you were roll down the windows, and you're driving in the car with your best friends, and you sing songs at the top of your lungs. Those are the people that I want to give a good time to, you know, the people that want that moment they wanna make memories, and they wanna feel good instead of just crappier cool all the time. The story. Panic at the disco. Iraq rock from Vegas that formed. The members were just kids. In fact, their first demo it's worth holding when they were in high school their official debut album went double glad their name came from a Smith song and the song panic lyrics in the song is burn down. The disco thus panic at the disco was born. Artist spotlight series, featuring.

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Google ‘Call Screen’ will enable saving transcripts starting later this year for Pixel users

Daily Tech News Show

03:30 min | 4 years ago

Google ‘Call Screen’ will enable saving transcripts starting later this year for Pixel users

"Well, those those making some improvements to its call screen feature that will include transcripts this is according to employ post on Google forums, and those transcripts will automatically be saved to the dialer app. After the call for later viewing anybody who used this future before you could see the transcript while you're screening the call. But there wasn't a save option unless you took a screen shots out a little bit cumbersome beforehand, a Google employee named Paul Dunlap wrote that this new feature quote will be available to our public beta testers first and then all pixel three users later in the year. Now, this this is interesting because I think this is an example of you don't really know how people are going to use it until you launch it because I for one felt that why would you wanna transcript when they first demo this. I'm like, yeah. I wanna see what's happening while the call is on. So I can decide whether to pick up or not that was the way it was pitched. And I thought that was pretty valuable, but what happened is a lot of people missed the call. And then said, well, I want to see what they said they didn't leave a message. But it'd be great if you could just save transcript, and I could see. Who that was and decide with to block them or call them back and Google is like, oh, well, we didn't really think anybody wanna do that. But all right, and and good responsiveness here in making that happen. Is there some privacy issue there because I don't think the reasonable expectation is that you're gonna be somehow recorded as you're talking to the assistant. Unless the assistant tells now recorded strive to leave a voice mail now. I. Right. Well, yeah. It is against the rules for me to write down. What you're saying? When you called me, right. I know. But it's a technicality. I think this is a new thing and people wouldn't be expecting anyone, and especially not that computer to be writing it down. And I don't think it quite falls into the area of voicemail as you're saying, Sarah. Maybe it does. Maybe I'm misunderstanding. What this is. But it picks up kind of make leading you to believe that you're being screened and and being a asked question too for the person to decide whether or not you're they're going to pick up. So it's not quite voicemail. And if that conversation is being recorded, even if it's in writing and not invoice hold. I don't know there's a little bit of his ivory. If you're coming up with an objection where one doesn't need to be because the objection has always been you need to tell me that this is a computer. And I think it does that now it says, hey on the Google assistant and. I'll be a I don't know what the wording is. But I think it implies that it's going to be keeping this conversation for its own purposes for machine learning. So I think just providing the transcript to the user is is below that level of expectation. I think whatever the the way it's presented as long as people have an understanding that this might be recorded somehow. I think it's fine. I, you know, I think it also starts to be a little ridiculous to say, look, I called someone to talk to them. But I didn't expect them to remember what I said, I don't want to be beholden to to my own words like come on. I think also the nice thing about this feature that you know, it's gonna come in handy for a lot of people's being able to screen out to spam calls. Sure, they're going to be some legitimate people who look at the transcript go I was that person. Let me call them back. But most of the time this is screening out stuff that you never wanted to answer on the first bite,

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