35 Burst results for "Overlaying"

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

"I guess the question remains. Which would we rather have a negligent microsoft or a diabolically neglectful microsoft. Neither places the interests of their own customers. I make sense. I mean done ever know but it sad it makes sense. Yeah well it's i mean it's only a possibility. It's not necessarily what's what's happening but it makes sense but if bruce's right and microsoft is received in microsoft is giving tips to the nsa and the nsa has an interest in actively exploiting i mean in in being proactive in their intelligence gathering. And i think we must all given what we learn from snowden and wikileaks. We we must all understand that. That's the case. I mean we saw pictures of of nsa nodes at at central points of the internet. You know monitoring all the traffic they went through. We've seen pictures of the massive server farms next two sources of cold water so they're able to cool themselves. I mean you know this is big business so you know how could how could they not. I mean it would always be malpractice for the nsa not to take advantage while the opportunity is there of the ability to get into remote exchange servers and use them for gathering intelligence. How could they not and then really again. What's microsoft's hurry if it's really really valuable if it's useful for the us If if it's secret and no one has discovered it in ten years except one lonely researcher who's promised to keep quiet with the carrot of a of a bug bounty once it's disclosed gas. I don't see why microsoft would do it but okay how else. How else do we you know. Last week we explored. How could it possibly right that. They're not fixing this thing in three months right and then when it's an emergency. They have a fix overnight. They immediately you know push out an emergency. There are other explanations possible as well Including you know. Just a sluggishness I would hunt the microsoft bend over to The nsa or any fbi and you know and in the interest of national security over the security of all of its users that seems certainly no apple has said no to the fbi in the past. It just seems like a pretty craven thing to do but maybe they did. Maybe they didn't. It's possible anyway. We don't have any evidence of it. We should now no evidence i. I had no explanation for it last week. It seemed like you know. How could they just not care to that degree because lord knows they have the resources to fix anything that there. I mean. it's not like they don't even have to find them. They're being given these. How can they not fix it. I just know. And the only thing i can think is well at sure would be handy. You know if again if they were on nearly twenty five hundred still vulnerable exchange servers operating in russia after two weeks after the patch have been issued. Imagine how many there were before right now traffic. The nsa is unlikely to to speak to a company and say we'd like you not to fix that for a while. I'm sure they have enough other exploits they could take advantage of. But maybe maybe. I'm i'm not saying it's not true. Name theory interesting fodder nothing good fodder absolutely Thank you for a great show as always steve. Does this. every tuesday believe it or not. He's a hardworking fella. You can watch us Record the show aftermath break weekly. That's usually around one.

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"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

"Sdn written from scratch by the slack guys because nothing that existed at the time to the job they needed and nebula is built using the same crypto framework as wire guard does inheriting many of the same guarantees as wire guard. And it also forms the backbone of slack. So i would suggest that nebula has already been proven to be scalable at global scale You know not that any of us need that for our own personal networks. But it's kinda cool so anyway. There's four so-called software defined networks overlay networks and. I imagine that one of those will probably appeal to all of our listeners. Okay so to closing the loop bits. Brian noted in. Grc's security now newsgroup. He wrote one thing. Steve didn't mention. Is that in twenty sixteen. A vast also purchased av g. for one point. Three billion so now norton gobbled up a vera a vast and av g anyway. I'm glad that. Brian mentioned it happened on our watch. In july of two thousand sixteen avast purchased its fellow check cybersecurity company. Av g. for one point. Three billion as brian noted so we are seeing a clear merging and consolidation of the independent security. Add on av companies. For better or worse. That's happening. And i received a dm from an individual. So i thought i would share it. He wrote can. I ask for an advice. Where do you see the future of it. I've been working for the last eight years in different position mainly in it infrastructure network and system. But now i want to invest my time and plan my future. Your podcast is a great library for understanding security. I wanna start from the bottom and learn my way up and of course given where we are here with this podcast While i may be somewhat biased. I can't imagine any segment of the. It industry that is that is safer to invest in for the future than where we are right now with security. I really believe this is it that we're not like we're going to solve these problems anytime soon. There is no no reason to believe that we're going to figure out how to do this with anyone. Who's listening lifetime. So yeah i would say that investment in in it security is one that would be long lasting will an investment in our next sponsor feeling. I got one that cost nothing how. 'bout that a free free feature.

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"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

"The most noise was made during the past week this weekend. over a clever hack that someone discovered involving the installation of drivers for the razer mouse r. a. z. e. r. though describing it as a zero day vulnerability as much of the tech press has seems a bit much to me Okay so for those who don't know. Razor is a popular manufacturer of gaming oriented peripherals mice and keyboards so as windows will when a device is encountered for which it lacks currently installed drivers it. Fetches them on the fly over the internet from its vast repository of driver installation packages which have been pre written and submitted by the vendors of those third party products. We all know this as plug and play or somewhat less charitably as plug and pray. In any event when a razor device is first introduced to windows the os automatically obtains a begins to install the razer synapse software onto the local machine. Razors software allows their customers to configure and customize their hardware setting up. Mac rose mapping buttons and so on and razors products are quite popular being used by more than one hundred million users worldwide. So as it happened. A security researcher using the handle. John hat j. o. Nha discovered an exploitable escalation of privilege. Mistake that had been made in the driver. Installation flow which allows users whose local privilege may have been tightly locked down to escape and to escape that lock and obtain full local privileges of the root system account and to do so with somewhat surprising ease since device installation needs to make deep changes to assist them. Windows runs these installers with system privileges. So that they'll be able to make the changes they need and by the way. This is another horrible kluge in windows. I learned during the development of squirrels self installation system. Believe it or not windows employs the messy heuristic of sniffing programs being run. I kid you not looking for strings. Such a setup or installer and treats such programs differently. The i i couldn't believe it when i ran into that. But yes it's true anyway. The program razor installer dot xy. We'll be downloaded and executed by a windows operating system process running with system privileges..

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"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

"Provides a mechanism for pre authentication remote code execution enabling militias actors to remotely execute code on an on an effective system. And we're talking about microsoft exchange server so pre authentication remote code execution in meeting. You don't have to know you don't have to have an account you don't have to prove who you are. This is before authenticating your identity you can remotely execute code then. We have the second. One enables militias actors to execute arbitrary code post authentication on microsoft exchange servers. Due to a flaw in the power. Shell service not properly. Validating access tokens and the third one enables post authentication militias actors to arbitrate to execute arbitrary code in the context of system root for windows and right arbitrary files okay so we have a pre off remote code execution exploit and a pair of post authentication exploits one of which enables an attacker to execute arbitrary code as route and to write arbitrary files. Do you imagine that a talented hacker might be able to make something of those orange. Cy used this trio to completely take over a microsoft exchange server remotely and in doing so earned himself twenty thousand dollars for a successful server compromise last april of course part of the deal of pawn to own is that the details of any vulnerabilities used are immediately turned over to the publishers of the impacted software. So in this case the details of the exploit chain were immediately shared with microsoft following which microsoft promptly patched the three vulnerabilities in may and july this year. Okay now i'll i'll just note that. The vulnerabilities were demonstrated publicly. The details were handed over to microsoft whereupon microsoft promptly patched the three vulnerabilities the following month and month after. That's no what happened at the beginning of the year when vulnerabilities were privately disclosed to microsoft. But i'm getting ahead of myself. We'll be discussing that at the end of the broadcast just worthy worth noting that when they are publicly disclosed. Microsoft fixes them. Okay okay then during his followup talk at black hat during the first week of this month of august orange. Cy disclosed additional information about the attack as one would at a black hat. Conference right microsoft. Patch this in may and july so next month time has passed. Disclose a little bit more. That information was enough to allow leveraged and shortly following his attack. There was publication of additional technical information by other researchers who had managed to recreate it after that. It didn't take the bad guys long to start looking for vulnerable microsoft exchange servers. And sure enough as with the earlier proxy log on and proxy oracle disclosures in march and april of this year not all server administrators jumped on those patches. Consequently a scan performed two sundays ago on august eight by sands security which was two days after the publication of proxy shells proof of concept code yet weeks after the the the april and july patch. Tuesday's that were supposed to fix this. That scan discovered okay two sundays ago. More than thirty thousand. Four hundred exchange servers from a total of one hundred thousand systems that had yet to be patched and remained vulnerable so before the releases a hundred thousand systems there. Ha- hundred thousand microsoft exchange servers out on the internet. They were all originally vulnerable two weeks ago. What little or a more than two thirds of them had been patched..

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"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Security Now

"Have so this. Hacker claimed that the stolen database contains the data for approximately one hundred million t mobile customers. The here's the bad part. This is not one of those. Well yeah they got the hashed password. No the exposed data can include customers. I m sl. I am what i am ece. And that's one of the other things you know. They're big crypto strings of numbers. But you don't want anybody to have them because they get up to mischief like clone your sims and things phone numbers customer names. Security pins social security numbers driver's license numbers and data birth. At of course names right so in other words the keys to the identity theft kingdom. The database was said to have been stolen approximately three weeks ago. Apparently when t. Mobile was on vacation and contains customer data dating back as far as two thousand four in an interview with the hacker which lawrence abrams of bleeping computer. He's the bleeping computer's founder lawrence. Abrams had this interview reported. That the hacker said their entire. I history database. Going back to two thousand four was stolen. You know so. That's all of the of the basically the serial numbers of all the t. mobile phones that they've had accounts for since. Oh four okay. And that was what a a year before the podcast so eighteen years of data. That's been stolen. After the data. I went up for sale. T. mobile later confirmed. Oh some of our servers have been hacked. What do you know and began investigating. What customer data had been exposed. Last tuesday on august seventeenth key. Mobile t. mobile. I said that the personal information of forty eight point six million individuals was exposed during the attack they later updated that to include an additional six million customers oh six million more or prospective customers who are also affected by the attack. You don't even have to have you know. Sign on the dotted line. No you just open a conversation with t. mobile and you had your history. So t mobile also confirmed that. The attackers stole their customers. I- msi and i mea. I numbers that was confirmed okay. So here's a breakdown. Thirteen point one million current t. Mobile post.

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Becoming Conscious of Your Wild Self

The Life Stylist

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Becoming Conscious of Your Wild Self

"Like you describe nature and those of us that are innately in tune with nature to some degree. Now that Amiss kind of a vague overview. But there's only one thing right. Consciousness yeah and consciousness is expressing itself in the natural world and also within us and everything that makes us a living bean so fascinating. I mean what i would say about that. Is you know What i've come to believe now. Is that inside each one of us There is a lot of us that is wild that is truly of nature and you could almost think of that part of yourself as the wild self you know then overlaying that we have this incredible density of socialization with the things we have to do and should do the ideals of the culture all of that stuff and when you arrive at a at a point in your life where you begin to wanna go deep into the expression of your essence a life. That feels more like it. It fully supports the way you create. Meaning your gifts into the world while you're going to have to go underneath underneath the social self to that pure consciousness of the wild self. The it's like that innate part of you that actually knows what you meant to do. And that i call that that he made part of the track track of your life and then you start to be able to shoot into that and follow that like a tracker it starts to pull you out of all of the rationales of what you should do and how you should do it into something much more authentic and and just wild

Intel Group VP Brian McCarson on the Future of IoT

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Intel Group VP Brian McCarson on the Future of IoT

"Well brian i as i mentioned just a moment ago you are among the most experienced people around when it comes to the internet of things and i wonder if you could just maybe a little bit of the groundwork as somebody who's seen its evolution even driven aspects of its evolution. Where are we in in the kind of The process of iot from your perspective. Yeah so this. Iot journey began across a number of industries before even the term iot was invented but it was really isolated only to the most wealthy interprises in the world so for example automotive assembly and semiconductor manufacturing at we're trying to make at robots smarter use additional automation at driven a lot by quality issues and the ultra high precision. That's needed for those industries. And they could afford it. Given the the the relatively a high premiums they can offer for those products and what we've entered into now is this era of affordability. The key technological ingredients that are needed to make the internet of things of reality have become so inexpensive that at basic units of computer becoming one of the most inexpensive assets in in the entire market right now and so the cost of bandwidth the cost of compute the cost of storage and the the technological innovations that are overlaid on top of that now through the open source developer communities in all the innovation. That's happening there is making this internet of things. Promise a reality in every industry

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Interview With the CTO of MEF

7 Layers

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Interview With the CTO of MEF

"Welcome listeners. I'm joined here today by pascal minez. Cto of match. Hello pascal how are you great. Honor thank you for having me. So what is your background in. Su and technology. What is it that makes you knowledgeable on this subject. Well you know my background goes back. Even way beyond the un. I mean i think involved in networking even the four even internetworking From the early eighties long long career bell very specific to question you know. Sdn microsoft when for saw this and this is about two thousand and ten. I would say in. It was very intriguing to see that you know the idea of overly under lease idea on the white area our see we already doing this hyper hyperspace data centers nets how you know how. The clouds hyper skills. Were doing it. They were putting in no hardware reliever three switches the underlay and then in the data centers just putting the land or nb gre overlays on top of it. So the idea that. Hey white couldn't do this on the white ear network and don't care about. The transport was very intriguing. But you know what they were doing it. For hyper scale is very different than why. St land needed this in. Why the way needed this. So so when. I saw this in two thousand twelve when i started studying seeing startups emergency area. I was thinking about this already. Two thousand ten actually In this area traffic steering over a wider network and multiple tunnels after to ryan the unruly. So so huge back on. Has i've been following this day. One and you know pretty well part of this whole journey st land.

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Wes Crill of Dimensional Fund Advisors Shares His Take on Inflation

What Goes Up

02:45 min | 5 months ago

Wes Crill of Dimensional Fund Advisors Shares His Take on Inflation

"Are you thinking about inflation and is it affecting the way you're thinking about portfolios you know. Break it down to us about you. Know your your sort of thirty thousand view of inflation in and what to do about it. Yeah absolutely i mean depending on you talked to lots of differing viewpoints in terms of their expectations for inflation. So it's helpful for us to just look at. What is the market in aggregate telling us about inflation expectations and you know we can see that from some indicators for example you can use break even inflation or the difference in yields between nominal and inflation protected treasuries at the same maturity. You can use the you know the the forward inflation expectations something like the five year five years so if i look at the five year break even inflation rate right now or at least as of a few weeks ago it was hovering around right around two point four percent to five year five year ford inflation which is telling you something about inflation expectations for the five period after the next five years ago basically covering ten full years here. That number was around two point one percent. Both of those numbers are pretty well in line with historical trends so looking at those indicators. It doesn't seem that the market inaccurate is expecting particularly high inflation and expected inflation is incorporating into security prices whether you're buying stocks or bonds or anything that's in nominal terms. You're getting compensation for expected inflation now. Some investors might be particularly sensitive to inflation and that means they might be concerned with unexpected inflation so for example if consumer prices rise more than the broad market is expecting then they might want to seek additional protection for that and there are options and sort of like the the cova vaccines. We have different ways to reach the same level of inauguration. you can us treasury. Inflation protected securities Which will hedge on expected inflation. There's a consideration there which is the the yields on those very very low though the real interest rates for us treasuries are negative across the board across all maturities Then there's also the possibility of having a fixed income solution which combines inflation swap overlays. So you're getting you're going to get paid real inflator actual inflation and then it's overlaid on corporate bond strategies. We can expand your opportunity said to different levels of credit in different currencies as well so there are options for investors who do have concerns about unexpected inflation. But i think getting to this notion that expected inflation which whatever the market believes is gonna come to pass is being compensated and current security prices and let's face it the market when they're producing prices like this. They were very difficult to out. Guess we all have our opinions on what's going to happen in the future. But looking at the data around active fund managers outgassing market. Prices is very difficult

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Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry

Techmeme Ride Home

02:12 min | 8 months ago

Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry

"News for the augmented reality industry. Maybe the biggest news in the history of this nascent. The military says microsoft will build one hundred and twenty thousand custom. Hololens headsets for the us army. Validation of the use case for a are in some very serious real world conditions. Yes but also look at how much this validates the hololens as a business microsoft says the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight billion dollars over ten years. Think of all those years and billions of dollars spent on moon shots over at google and in one fell swoop. Microsoft has been like yeah. Hold our beer as brad sam's tweeted and just like the rnd costs for this product have been more than recovered and quote and something tells me if these things prove useful we could eventually see way more than one hundred and twenty thousand units ordered quoting cnbc. This deal follows a four hundred and eighty million dollar contracts microsoft received to give the army prototypes of the integrated visual system or es in two thousand eighteen. The new deal will involve providing production versions the standard issue. Helen's which cost thirty five hundred dollars enables people to see holograms overlaid over their actual environments and interact using hand and voice gestures in iva s. Prototype that a cnbc reporter trade out in two thousand nineteen display a map and a compass and had thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark. The system could also show the aim for a weapon. Quote the ivy a headset based on holland's and augmented by microsoft azure cloud services delivers a platform. That will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective. Alex kitman a technical fellow at microsoft and the person who introduced the helen's in two thousand fifteen wrote in a blog post quote. The program delivers enhanced situational awareness enabling information sharing and decision making in a variety of scenarios and quote. The headset enables soldiers to fight rehearse and train in one system. The army said in a statement. The contract which was awarded on friday has a five year base period where they five year option after that and army spokesperson told cnbc an email. The pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for

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Outriders Will Permanently Brand Cheaters' Games

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:11 min | 8 months ago

Outriders Will Permanently Brand Cheaters' Games

"During the outriders demo period developer people can fly has so far identified two hundred cheaters out of two million total participants while the number is relatively small. The dove doesn't plan to go easy on them or any future players who think they can get around the games anti cheat system. As reported by pc gamer studio has has announced that cheaters receive a permanent onscreen brand for even one infringement. The perspective punishment is described as a discrete before the water mark. They'll be overlaid on cheater screens permanently marking them as untrustworthy. The walmart ideas like the aimed at youtubers in streamers who might be who might be tempted to use tax to accumulate click where the amounts of high level loot like one player. Who called out by the team after they gave himself six hundred. Legendary weapons is an awesome idea. I like the idea of being able to just be like cool water mark screen. So that if you're if you're streaming this near cheating all your audience is gonna know and they're gonna have so good. It's so good shots. If people can fly shot discreet. I as a new outriders brand ambassador. I find this to be very very cool. I i am happy that this is going to be a

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City residents use maps to fight inequality in their neighborhoods

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 9 months ago

City residents use maps to fight inequality in their neighborhoods

"Some city neighborhoods are lush with parks and trees but others are dominated by stretches of concrete and pavement areas with fewer trees to provide shade less vegetation to soak up water. They tend to be hotter. They tend to be wetter. They tend to have worse air quality. Caitlyn goya's with groundwork usa a network of environmental justice organizations. She says these disparities result from decades of disinvestment and redlining racist mortgage lending policies that reinforce segregation and worsened inequality groundwork is helping residents in nine cities highlight the relationship between historical segregation and climate change vulnerability without a really clear understanding of the harms. That have happened in the past. You can't have a vision for the future and for how you're going to repair that harm. The group overlaid maps of historical redlining with data about heat tree cover an impermeable surfaces. Mongolia says the map. Show how the impacts of red lining persist and provide an important tool for local residents to sit down with their local government with elected officials with leaders in their community. And say you need to explain why this is still the case. And you need to explain what you're going to do to make things look a little bit different

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As Telecoms Spend Billions on Wireless, Where Does That Leave the Wired?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 9 months ago

As Telecoms Spend Billions on Wireless, Where Does That Leave the Wired?

"Telecom. Companies are spending a lot of money on wireless infrastructure to support their five g networks last week. The fcc announced that verizon spent forty five billion dollars buying spectrum in the agency's auction at and t. spent twenty three billion but in the meantime wired broadband infrastructure is not feeling the love. At and t. Has stopped connecting new customers to its dsl network. A report last fall found that it has deployed high speed fiber to only about a third of households in its network and it's got big gaps in low income areas in many cities angeles for is the executive director of the national digital inclusion alliance. Which wrote that report we are seeing. At and t. not invest in low income neighborhoods as much as they do higher income neighborhoods and to understand that in the inner in the united states. The internet is a commodity so they're looking for highest return and you have evidence of this right. You have put out a report to this effect. That essentially overlays the fiber investment with income and. It seems pretty clear we did. Yes released a digital redlining report in two thousand seventeen where we found that the really slow old dsl tended to be in lower income neighborhoods That went against the general understanding that it was rural areas that weren't getting the investment and then more recently. We did a report with the communication workers of america where their data found that. There were Large portions of. At and t. service that wasn't being upgraded to fiber and there were no plans to upgraded to fiber right. And then how does that. Connect to what we're hearing which is. At and t.'s. Plans to stop connecting even knew dsl users in those areas that have this older infrastructure right. So at and t. is really switching to a wireless model where they are relying upon the plans for five g. and their existing wireless which in a sense is probably great but for the folks on the ground. Not so great. If your internet connection you had been relying upon a wire line connection a dsl service and it's no longer. There's not going to be an upgrade. You have no chance of getting a faster speed and your only option for. At and t.'s. To switch to their wireless wireless comes with data caps. Right right so it's a lot. More expensive to maintain a wireless connection than a wire. Line connection i mean. We're talking about eighteen t because they're the biggest in heaven. Some ways been really conspicuous about this sort of weirdly slowing infrastructure. Build out but his. At and t. Any different than other telecoms in terms of this lack of investment in widespread fiber. We're seeing is is the lack of investment in the lower income neighborhoods by. At and t. With verizon we see skipping of whole cities so so they're making they're each making their own choices as to where they go with their fiber investments and for the rest of us who end up in any of these places where those investments aren't happening. We need to say. Are we okay with that or do we need to somehow influencing either their decisions or coming up with our own solutions. We currently have proposals in congress. Right from republican members of congress that would essentially prevent me broadband that would in theory expand broadband access prevent cities from building their own so those proposals that restrict cities from building their own. Assume that the incumbents are going to distribute their fiber in a way that makes sense for everybody so but it's not equitable and so it really comes down to are we. Okay with the inequity. I met okay with the inequity right. Everybody needs access to fast broadband and it needs to be affordable and so if we have places right now it's already state laws state laws that say no no. The local communities cannot build their own infrastructure and if we do that federally than limits all those options and we as a country relate. Yes we build things ourselves and then the government's like no no no. You can't build it yourself all. That doesn't make any sense. So then let's talk about this. The wireless future the five g future. Do you think that that will benefit some of these underserved areas or might we see the exact same thing where we now have next generation networks that further entrench inequity. I think we have to assume that. Five g will bring further inequities. There's no reason to think that the current technologies aren't being ruled out equitably that the newer technologies will be rolled out equitably. We all know that we should learn from history. Learn from the best and so just changing. The technology isn't going to change the business model. The business model remains the same and currently there is just to put a fine point on it. You said this is a commodity right. There are not regulations. There's nothing to prevent. Companies from not serving specific areas broadband is very lightly regulated. So at this point in time congress and others could choose to change this at this point in time. There's nothing to keep companies from rolling out broadband infrastructure. Where they feel like they're going to get the highest return. Angeles is the executive director of the national digital inclusion alliance in a statement. At told us that quote our investment decisions are based on the capacity needs of our network and demand for our services. It said any suggestion of discrimination or redlining was wrong

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02:10 min | 10 months ago

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"So might. The one in my ppa does so the one that the team of publishing doesn't have the invidia gpo enablement. I've enabled that in the the version of publishing might. Ppi on when it starts. you can just use shift. F twelve to tiny on and off so my have always start. And then i can turn it off when i don't want it to be. There doesn't lag the game or impact the game performance in any way notably. Not the i can measure now. And then when i i put some tweets out about this and then a bunch of people said oh what you need now is this thing could go away and overlay is a thing. That configures mango hot. Say what attribute she won't displayed and what color away you want them. So i've also prepared and packaged gopalan. Land is in the same. Ppa so you've got the the ui to configure a manage. This thing mullings the show notes in the show notes to where you can get all of that stuff nice. Now it's time for all your wonderful feedback. And i up eric. Nancy mouth us. I wanted to give you my perspective on. Hp's new laptop and workstation offerings geared towards day to science as a professional statistician and data scientists. I am certainly excited to see. Oem's begin targeting. This rapidly growing field. My only critique is how they have only included python as the language of choice. Where's the love for the our language. I have nothing against python atoll. But we're seeing more and more data. Scientists utilizing both are and python in different aspects of their workload and it would be nice to see how start recognizing the importance of having both readily available. The cutting edge algorithms in statistics are almost guaranteed to have a dedicated. Our package a now. It is much easier for art integrate with python to tap into tens of flow or other libraries. Perhaps i just need to be a bit louder to the oem vendors about this. Eric that's excellent feedback. And help you with that. I m. I have the option to speak to hp about this stuff and all

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02:16 min | 10 months ago

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"That's really good because my previous solution to this. I had an nvidia. Gpa was i would ssh into my steam box from another computer right and ran the nvidia to which output this to the to the commodity. Yeah does it work with any. Gp yes so might. The one in my ppa does so the one that the team of publishing doesn't have the invidia gpo enablement. I've enabled that in the the version of publishing might. Ppi on when it starts. you can just use shift. F twelve to tiny on and off so my have always start. And then i can turn it off when i don't want it to be. There doesn't lag the game or impact the game performance in any way notably. Not the i can measure now. And then when i i put some tweets out about this and then a bunch of people said oh what you need now is this thing could go away and overlay is a thing. That configures mango hot. Say what attribute she won't displayed and what color away you want them. So i've also prepared and packaged gopalan. Land is in the same. Ppa so you've got the the ui to configure a manage. This thing mullings the show notes in the show notes to where you can get all of that stuff nice. Now it's time for all your wonderful feedback. And i up eric. Nancy mouth us. I wanted to give you my perspective on. Hp's new laptop and workstation offerings geared towards day to science as a professional statistician and data scientists. I am certainly excited to see. Oem's begin targeting. This rapidly growing field. My only critique is how they have only included python as the language of choice. Where's the love for the our language. I have nothing against python atoll. But we're seeing more and more data. Scientists utilizing both are and python in different aspects of their workload and it would be nice to see how start recognizing the importance of having both readily available. The cutting edge algorithms in statistics are almost guaranteed to have a dedicated. Our package a now. It is much easier for art integrate with python to tap into tens of flow or other libraries. Perhaps i just

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Online Stores Use Tech to Reduce Returns

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:47 min | 10 months ago

Online Stores Use Tech to Reduce Returns

"All right we've all been there. You add a whole bunch of close to your online shopping cart. Spend a few days waiting for the start up. Pack them up and ship them to you and then when they arrive nothing fits and you have to go through the whole process in reverse to get your money back. That's annoying for you but as it turns out it's also really expensive for retailers and the problem has only gotten worse as online. Shopping has become more popular during the pandemic so some businesses are turning to technology for solutions are reporter. Suzanne capital has been following this story and she joins me now to explain what they're experimenting with hayes and thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so to be clear. This is not a new problem for retailers. But can you put it into context for us. Just how big is it's become for companies that sell clothes online a well. It's become a huge problem. As online shopping has taken off exponentially as people have been stuck home during the pandemic online returns up. Seventy percents in twenty twenty versus twenty one thousand nine hundred and this is a big expense for retailers industry executives. Telling me that for every one million dollar reduction in returns that can translate into five. Hundred thousand dollars added to a retailers. Bottom line got it ends. It's this is such an expensive problem. Some retailers are turning to tack for solutions. A run through some of the things that we've seen starting with those that are taking the traditional fitting room experience. Virtual was that look like well. Virtual fans are really taking off right now and you have everything from you. Know makeup tryon's to clothing. You know various types of technology late you upload a photo of yourself and then the retailer can overlay an image on your photo so you can really see how that make up. Looks on your skin tone. Or how. The dress fits. You and i have spoken to shoppers. Who have used this and one woman told me that she was looking at address and it was sort of tight across her belly so she ordered a size up and that another dress looked a little bit loose on her so she ordered the size down and everything she ordered using the virtual fitting room. You shouldn't have to return anything. Suzanne being able to tell in that much detail. How a piece of clothing fits on your body. Sounds really complicated. How does that work. Well i don't have all the technical details but one woman i spoke with. She's for me. Israeli air force captain and she used to make she. She dawned on her that the technology used to model sort of the topography could be used to model the human body and so it is complicated. But you know there is technology now. That's able to do this. Wow so in addition to that there's also made to measure clothing so rather than seeing how clothing that's already been size. Fits on your body. They do at the other around round. Can you tell us about that. Sure so you have amazon h. And some others testing made to measure. We know this used to be only for very high end retailers. But now you know the technology is now making it available to more mass retailers. And they will either you upload three d body scan that you can take using your iphone or you can answer a questionnaire that you fill in your measurements and they can use that to create a pattern. Send it to a factory and may close to your specifications. Got something that we've seen before but now sort of applying it more. Broadly suzanne the ideas that we've talked about focused on the customer's experience side. What about internally. There we the companies are trying to use tactician. How they do business well. I think retailers really want to understand why customers are returning things and it's not always a straightforward. I mean fit is a big big reason but there are lots of other reasons. It could be as simple as the description wasn't really informative enough on a retailer's website or there could be a quality issue with the supplier so there is a company called new mine. That's come up with some technology that helps retailers get to the bottom of this and part of what they do is they've developed something called a keep score which they say is like tries to measure returns away credit rating agencies measure your credit worthiness and they look at product reviews social media call center conversations and try to understand really what's driving the return and then this score one hundred is the average so if you return if you have a score above one hundred you return very little but if you have a score below one hundred your big returner and then companies can use that information to decide how they're going to market you may me a chronic returner doesn't get special deals and discounts or doesn't get catalog mailing things like that

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Online Stores Use Tech to Reduce Returns

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:39 min | 10 months ago

Online Stores Use Tech to Reduce Returns

"All right we've all been there. You add a whole bunch of close to your online shopping cart. Spend a few days waiting for the start up. Pack them up and ship them to you and then when they arrive nothing fits and you have to go through the whole process in reverse to get your money back. That's annoying for you but as it turns out it's also really expensive for retailers and the problem has only gotten worse as online. Shopping has become more popular during the pandemic so some businesses are turning to technology for solutions are reporter. Suzanne capital has been following this story and she joins me now to explain what they're experimenting with hayes and thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so to be clear. This is not a new problem for retailers. But can you put it into context for us. Just how big is it's become for companies that sell clothes online a well. It's become a huge problem. As online shopping has taken off exponentially as people have been stuck home during the pandemic online returns up. Seventy percents in twenty twenty versus twenty one thousand nine hundred and this is a big expense for retailers industry executives. Telling me that for every one million dollar reduction in returns that can translate into five. Hundred thousand dollars added to a retailers. Bottom line got it ends. It's this is such an expensive problem. Some retailers are turning to tack for solutions. A run through some of the things that we've seen starting with those that are taking the traditional fitting room experience. Virtual was that look like well. Virtual fans are really taking off right now and you have everything from you. Know makeup tryon's to clothing. You know various types of technology late you upload a photo of yourself and then the retailer can overlay an image on your photo so you can really see how that make up. Looks on your skin tone. Or how. The dress fits. You and i have spoken to shoppers. Who have used this and one woman told me that she was looking at address and it was sort of tight across her belly so she ordered a size up and that another dress looked a little bit loose on her so she ordered the size down and everything she ordered using the virtual fitting room. You shouldn't have to return anything. Suzanne being able to tell in that much detail. How a piece of clothing fits on your body. Sounds really complicated. How does that work. Well i don't have all the technical details but one woman i spoke with. She's for me. Israeli air force captain and she used to make she. She dawned on her that the technology used to model sort of the topography could be used to model the human body and so it is complicated. But you know there is technology now. That's able to do this.

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What a cactus taught me about prickly emotions

TED Talks Daily

05:26 min | 10 months ago

What a cactus taught me about prickly emotions

"So i'm a sports and performance psychologist which means i get to work with a lot of people like athletes military professionals in top government agencies. His career in safety depend on peak performance. And all never forget this one story. A soldier told me about his time serving in iraq. It was around early. Two thousands when the united states had military operations in both iraq and afghanistan. Enduring this time. Many locals were encouraged to come forward and share information about potential threats. So one day. This iraqi man approaches the game of the us outpost to share intelligence about a possible threat but instead of being treated like an ally he was met with hostility by the soldier. Who's debriefing him. But that's likely because just days earlier soldiers from another unit were killed in a surprise attack and so as the interview continued so did the soldiers irritation and as a result. The iraqi became frustrated in the end. Tempers were flaring so high that the interview was cut short in the following day. Two separate units were hit by roadside bombs. we'll never know for sure. The attacks could have been stopped. Heavy interview gone differently. But the reason why. I'm telling you this story is because it's an excellent example of a super common problem that keeps so many of us from performing at our best. It's how wilbur regulate emotions which is one of the most common drivers of a good and bad performance and it turns out how well you're able to regulate your emotions depends on how susceptible you are to a principle called emotional contagion. It's just like it sounds. It's how quickly you can catch the emotions of other people and then take them on your own. The problem is though most of us are highly susceptible to other people's emotions which means even the smallest factor can impact how we perform at work on the field and even at home but lucky for us. We can learn how to avoid other people's emotions by becoming better at regulating our own. So here's how i like to think about this. I remember seeing a giant teddy bear looking trump for the very first time hiking in arizona in because it looks soft i reached out to touch it but by the time my hand was close. Enough the spines on the branches jumped in print me literally. My hand was covered in every time. I tried to remove one little sucker would break off in a burrow deeper into my skin in this plant. It has the perfect name. It's called the jumping choya and it left a lasting impression figuratively literally so much so that when i teach people how to regulate their emotions and avoid cashing the emotions of other people i refer to the jumping choi effect and over the years. I have concluded that the jumping toya's are just like people they can be pricks in. If you're not careful they can deepen to your skin so to understand how this happens in real life. I think it's helpful to know what emotions actually are. And there's two popular theories about where emotions come from. The first theory is called cognitive appraisal which basically says that the experience of emotion is actually you evaluating if your current situation aligns with your goals are expectations. So let's say you're on your way home to share some exciting news with your significant other. You walk through the door you find them sitting on the couch but instead of a hello or how was your day. They leave the room without saying a word now. That's not how you expected your to go. Which could lead to the emotion of feeling annoyed. Does that make sense. The other series called physiological perception. Which is all about the emotions be subconsciously. Assigned to the physical changes in our body. Public speaking is a great way to understand this. How perfect right. Usually right. Before i speak. I get butterflies in my stomach now. If i had seen physical feeling. The last time. I spoke in public in a speech went well. I may interpret that situation or that sensation as the emotion of excitement. But let's just say. I bombed my last speech. I may now interpret that butterfly feeling as nervousness or fear basically we overlay our physiological perception from our past experiences onto our current situation. And what's interesting. Is that both of these. Theories also play into how we assess the emotions of other people because the part of the brain processes emotion and memory. The limbic system is considered to be an open loop system. It influenced by any external factor. Think about it. Have you ever passed by someone and without saying a word you can feel how annoyed how excited they are and then maybe you felt annoyed or excited to. It's an interesting concept to think about because our brains are hard-wired to pick up. These settled jews in our environment. Which makes it possible for the other person's emotions to jump in attached to you but what many people don't realize is that every human being is affected by our open loop system. Many people at work or many people on the same team inevitably catch feelings for one another sharing everything from jealousy to envy and worry to joy.

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Overlake Medical Center donors got special access to COVID-19 vaccine; Inslee rebukes hospital system

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Overlake Medical Center donors got special access to COVID-19 vaccine; Inslee rebukes hospital system

"Clinics continue to boost their efforts. One local hospital got the governor's attention with what looked like a vaccine offer for VIPs only. Almost Brian Calvert explains, the email reads, Dear donors were pleased to share that we have 500 new appointments in the overlay covert 19 vaccine clinic. The email, then offered a special registration code. Governor Inslee's reaction. If that's what was going, it's simply not acceptable. We need fairness in this system, and we've got to maintain public credibility in this system over like hospital CEO Oh Tom. The board says he understands how this appears negatively and insists the email was sent to 4000 people, not just donors, but patients, board members and others. The board says quote were under pressure to vaccinate people who are eligible and increased capacity. In hindsight, we could certainly look back and say this wasn't the best way to do it. After a call from the governor's office. The invitation vaccine registration was closed and slots were given to the General public,

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A Weekend Of Chaos In Britain

Monocle 24: The Briefing

10:56 min | 1 year ago

A Weekend Of Chaos In Britain

"Been a weekend of chaos. in britain. the prime minister. Boris johnson gave a press conference on saturday which kick started a chain of events that is now being felt worldwide launch price former communications director at number ten downing street joins me now and monaco own editorial director tyler overlay is on the line from our studio launch. If we could begin with you can you talk us through. What's happened since saturday afternoon. Well basically christmas in britain has not quite been canceled. But it's come pretty close to it and it's enfold a pretty massive change of direction if not u-turn by the british government only on wednesday of last week. The prime minister was saying it would be inhuman draws people to cancel that christmas plans And then on saturday. He was forced to do a news conference in which he said that that is exactly what he was asking them to do. So that now people in in this country because of this new variant of covid nineteen essentially will be asked to just see a small number of people depending on where they live in the country on one day only on christmas day and then of course. We learned yesterday overnight. that's because of this New variant which is understandable because in great concern around the world. People struggled to see whether or not they have already with a. If they haven't they can they can contain the to prevent it coming. In from the united kingdom of borders closed all over the place huge queues to lorries trying to get to the at channel pulse dover in in particular where the crossing is to france and The french assigned that they won't take any huge queues at the an railway stations that get out of london and also chaos at the airports with likes being canceled to just about every destination you can of and it's hard to keep track of all the buddhas being closed at the moment. Tyler could bring you in here. What is the european view. We'll good afternoon georgia. European is one of not just canceling flights and cancelling connections. But also what we're seeing now. are now new quarantines going up so you know brits and also we also focused on maybe on a territory close to your heart or close to your heart also south africa as well because south africa is very much in the news as well it it. It is really in line with the uk as another country. is seeing outright bans on all travelers arriving whether the company from cape town or Or johannesburg into germany into switzerland and elsewhere as well so you have mean proper borders closes. It looked to for that moment. Yesterday we saw the dutch saying that. Okay airlinks We're going to be suspended but now we're looking at you. No one is allowed to arrive. in many countries the uk. And as you said almost minute by minute there are new measures going by countries across the continent here I mean lance one of your former colleagues listed campbell says it looks like the whole country is being put in brexit four by the rest of the world when incompetence meets venality and covert and brexit combined to expose the worst possible government at the worst possible. Time which you agree has this been woefully mishandled. Mile does have a way with words doesn't he. And he's absolutely right to in pretty much. Everything within the he says. Of course you have to separate this from from brexit brexit the final brexit deadline. Which is the thirty first of january. Hasn't yet hit us but as honestly suggests it's a taste of what we thought who's going to come anyway and he's also right to say that it raises a big question over the competence of the government other new variant of covid. Nineteen isn't boris johnson. Falls it's not anybody's walton in the in the british government but their reluctance to recognize. What so many other people around the world were recognizing and what their own scientific medical devices with telling them. Which was that the original plan for a five day. Christmas virtual virtually a free for all in the uk was just madness to only for that only to dawn on them on saturday. In the light of the new virus i think does call call call into question their their competence the end of the year when actually frankly dot competence has been called into question many times. I mean you think that johnson used the fact of the new variant to excuse his u-turn and was that then the perfect excuse for european borders to to fall like dominoes and shut us off physically from the block. Is there a little bit of perhaps schadenfreude going on here. We'll do spend a lot of speculation today georgina. You look at a number of different european news. Outlets are we also heading for some type of emergency extension Which could potentially happen. Which would again this would be of. Course be you know the perfect measure You have this new strain. You have borders. Of course being closed eros suspended cetera There there's no better excuse to if they wanted to kick this into the grass. I mean no one wants this But certainly you have to think here we have incredibly busy government Who have to deal with logistics issues. they have to deal with A media and public storm around this. I think we could be could be heading for certainly if you're listening to a lot of the correspondence at have brussels today. Maybe an extension talking about those logistical issues. Lonzo i mean. There are serious concerns about supply chains. How will the border closures affect availability of because then indeed traffic. Kent is already gridlocked in terms of traffic coming into the uk. Of course the roots are still open. If people wish to use those rates as a question ma about whether eu holiest would want to send their vehicles into the uk If they didn't get out again especially in the run-up to christmas and the other thing to remember is that a quite a lot quite a high percentage of trade across the english channel is unaccompanied freight. So it goes in containers dr flirt. It's picked up on the other side so there's no physical as a human being crossing with it and that can continue so the supermarkets and the many people in industry. I'll say don't panic yet. But we may be days away from them saying actually. Now's the time to panic I mean tyler is britain and by extension boris johnson. The sick man of europe. Is this an unprecedented crisis. Could we compare it to. I don't know one thousand nine hundred nine well if you look at some of the headlines in the papers certainly in the german press. We've been seeing the word pariah state being used at. This is not something that you throw around lightly georgina and of course. Adrian has lancer as well. You're there've been so many missteps on the part of this government of boris johnson's government over the last year You know just you fits and starts Throats and certainly near the stop start notion of of how to deal with this and then there's just the pure calms issue that you had the health secretary matt hancock. You're really using the words out of control. No one wants to be quoted and heard to be using the world words out of control. But that's of course what is what is popping up in the media all over the place so this is very much a situation Which is a on number ten. Watch and i really. I mean unfortunate viewing You know when we have just a little over week to run to the end of the year absolutely. I mean the whole thing about boris. Johnson is his popularity. He's been trying to do everything. Save christmas to just remain popular. He's he's a brinkman he makes. He puts off decisions until the last possible moment. He's had to do this thing he didn't want to do. What does this mean for his future. Well it certainly calls into question. I think quite a lot of wiser heads in the conservative party. A wondering about the man that elected as their leader elected him as the leader essentially because he was offering a clean break with the party's and and with the country's past as a member of the european union but there were a lot of alarm bells were ringing even before he was elected leader of the conservative party so prime minister about whether he had the kind of character to do the job. Not as those questions are even more relevant today but one aspect of his character is an shown this time and time and time again is that he thinks he can get away with almost anything so things he said in the past that might have ruined other people's political raise. He shrugged them off with a joke or or a struggle. Whatever it whatever it may be decision sees a potential scandals in his private and professional life. He thinks he can trump the more often. Just get on with it. And i think that Which is a kind of you know. Fly by the seat of your pants. Premiership simply isn't up to the task that now faces and and we're we're finding that out and a lot of people paying the price for it absolutely tolerate wonder. If i could just end with you. I don't know how much of an astronomer who are but saturn jupiter comes closest. They've been in almost four hundred years today. The the two giants of the solar system will be just not point one degrees part in the night sky that makes them appear to be one bright star just about the moon the great conjunction as it's being called also coincides with the winter solstice. Now we all know what happened. Two thousand and twenty years ago when there was a bright star. Do you think this is a potent from the heavens. Are we to expect the second coming or the end of days. I think we were corresponding last night. Georgina did use the word biblical then. So i didn't know if that's sort of foxfire. D'you into into that orbit certainly feels like that with this. It is really a convergence on on so so so many levels. I mean if you if you break this down thinking about the the the the ongoing political story that we've had around brexit Really pretty much a year that we've now been dealing with at least global level with this pandemic And then all of these other we call them niggly. Bits that are also I think surrounding the uk at the moment As well so this will be on. This will be revisiting. The story of sure later today and we'll be talking about it across the week for sure. Absolutely and i think just to tear each other up if we could schedule a zoom call later where we both sing. Tutsi-run emma sheet. Is christmas eve That would go some way to alleviating the absolutely. I think that's going to have to be heavily on the playlist this afternoon. We'll look forward to chatting later. Thank you very much to tyler and to launch price

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"overlaying" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio. We're with Marvin Low off State Street from audience on the Bloomberg terminal. You could follow this on life go from Bloomberg subscribers. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, giving the keynote address at today's session. Off the Bloomberg New Economy Forum where the focus today is cities again. You can watch that on life go on the Bloomberg terminal also Tom streaming on Bloomberg's outcome. Yeah, and the overly here with the virus and the pandemic, and John, this is really profound. Is the stunning pollution of Delhi and for that matter of so much of industrial India, I noted John Russia was some pollution today a swell overlaying there, maybe on a warmer Moscow. But John, this is a really important moment for India. They do have better pandemic statistics. But the overlay with pollution is challenging, to say the least. That was the president's position over the last couple of years that he wants to see more done from emerging economies. Tom on not just put the United States carrying the burden will bring back here. Marvin Low of ST ST Martin. I want to turn to do political relations, not India, but the United States and China in the new economy forum that we've been covering Doing over the last 24 hours. Many people have talked about a reset off U. S. China relations. How important you think that feature will be in the coming here with abiding presidency? No. What? I I think it will be important. You know, Asia, China, Particular certainly have come out of this virus. Um you know a bit. I won't say stronger but but certainly with a little bit more clarity. Um, and additional clarity with regard to just how trade is going to be approached, Um, you know, will certainly make looking into the region. Ah, bit easier than it has been over the last several years. Meanwhile, Marvin the strength we've seen in China, we talk about Chinese US relations. We have to also talk about the response to the virus and how China has been lauded is having a Favorable response when it comes to how quickly they can exit. I'm wondering how much the strengthening of the U N the strengthening of the euro. The weakness of the dollar will add to inflationary environment. Even if we don't get growth here in the U. S. Yeah. I mean, I mean, you know, most certainly it's It's a concern within various emerging markets. You know, I certainly don't see it in the developed market says a lot of the structural issues that we had. Going into a pandemic ultimately will what will remain. Um, but you know that that is from an emerging markets perspective, a case by case type basis that, um, you know the different economies need to evaluate individually. Marvin, I think increasingly, we're thinking about tolerance, tolerance levels, pain thresholds for the effects market in various countries. We understand that in Europe the last time we breach 1 20, which was late August early September, we got some pushback from the C B. One thing we try to understand right now with Dolly went down a 6 50 ish is when the Chinese start pushing back and stop tolerating that move. Do you have a level in mind? Do we know whether they like whether currency is right now? I think I think I think they're fine where the current currency is right now because of the the economic backgrounds back drop that's driving in here on Dwyer, and we're not seeing that inflation response yet. So you know, I think I think they're I think they're happy, allowing it to consolidate because of the fact Um, that their ramp out of this virus is is the clearest amongst the larger economies. It has been really strong, marvelous. Great to catch up. So we appreciate your time up in low there of State Street. Thank you, Donna China doll. You and 6 55 6.5548 Tom on that currency pair. Quite impressive, Not a small matter. I Johnny think this has been under reported in the blur of the news here but to see you want breaking through seven and then where we were What 6 70. So, but suddenly 6 55 and I really I don't have any knowledge on this, John. I really wonder where that tipping point is where for Beijing, it becomes an issue. Well, I'm not gonna wait this story more broadly time. I think it's been about more comfort, pushing into the Asia story off the back of the Chinese strength and increase any more recently around the commodity story. As we start to get that vaccine news come through, you start to see the commodity currencies perform. Speaking of commodities, the move we've had in crude The move. We had an energy equities. Wow! Last week and again yesterday. Well, there it is 41 on west Texas Brent crude just the nudging up on 44 John when you went to come out, and he's there, I thought, you know the response we've had this morning. It's like nothing we do matters except the international argument on Bloomberg surveillance. Over pesto John, you have lit up off fire of debate over pesto. John. Is it really right from Francine's genera is where pesto was from, or is it from the south of Italy? It's luxury. A that I like to think of the south of Italy does ever think better, Tom, But that's just my Where's look given my rates down in pretty what maybe In the northwest the north towards Franz. Yeah, You'd like it important Fino. That's very you. Okay, marry you. I mean, you don't do well there. A viewer emailed in and said Yes. Next time we're getting the sea salt from Trapani. Where's Trapani? I have no idea. Sicily. Italy Systems Come on some Sicily, Sicily general getting hit by the boot that's like we'll continue this coming up. Great value Chief U. S policy on Mr Eight Cash Investments as we had dancer Washington, D. C. Tom from London and New York this morning. Good morning futures. Negative. This is Bloomberg. 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What GOP Senate could mean for Biden's climate agenda

Climate Cast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

What GOP Senate could mean for Biden's climate agenda

"How fast will climate policy shift under a president biden. I'm npr teeth meteorologist. Paul hunter here with climate counts. President joe biden has laid out a dramatic shift in climate change policy. But the makeup of the senate is still uncertain. What could biden do and not do with a potentially divided congress. Former republican congressman. Bob inglis is executive director of the conservative climate action group republic. Espn dot org. Hi bob welcome to climate cast expo. It'd be with you in a recent inside. Climate news piece. I saw you said a divided. Government situation may give rise to the best opportunity for durable climate solution. What did you mean by that. If you run something on one side of the field only then when the pendulum swings you know it can be undone and so the thing that comes with divided government is the opportunity to do this in a bipartisan way. Therefore is durable biden frames a lot of climate change policy agenda in creating jobs a green jobs and infrastructure energy auto manufacturing. Do you think that that can get some buy in from senate republicans that's gonna be the the thing that Will have immediate bipartisan support. I should think which is basically incentives to make it possible to transition to clean energy. I mean if you look at the polling data if we trust anymore you know. I should probably about pulling if the pooling debt is right It shows broad support for the concept of clean energy. President-elect biden has of course a history in the senate do you think that gives them a better chance of cooperation. Really hope it's gonna be different. This time You've got one of the reasons. That is joe biden was in the senate for an awfully long time so he's got cheap understanding of the way the senate works. He's got deep relationships with senators. Yeah there is you know last time we did. This is barack obama and he's only been in the senate for four years before it became president. And you had sadly this racial overlay cola. Name names like secret. Muslim american socialists. There's no reason to call the man names. He's left of center. And i'm right of center but We we shouldn't have done that Indications joe biden like. He's an old white guy like me and show. It won't admit racial element to it. Let's talk about what a president biden could do on his own. What specifics could biden change regarding greenhouse gas emissions with executive actions. There's something that he can do for example issue Executive orders that undue president trump's executive orders if he tries the next step up from the order which is regulatory action could run into some trouble with a six three conservative majority in the court so really we need to go up to the next step which is legislation. And that's where it's so important to find bipartisan consensus. We've seen this huge boom in renewable energy production Some progress in electric vehicle growth. How much can a president accelerate that process. President can accelerate through some executive orders But the most powerful thing the president can do is set a very ambitious agenda for solving climate change and particularly making sure to see it as a worldwide problem. We've if we're just solving for climate change in the us where we're cleaning up local air which is nice but we're not solving for the challenge of climate change in order to do that. You really have to get the whole world. And that's that's what takes real presidential leadership former south carolina. Republican congressman. Bob inglis. thanks so much for sharing some of your perspective today. Hp with paul thank you.

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Who Could Serve IN The Biden Administration

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Who Could Serve IN The Biden Administration

"Now. The current incumbent of the white house is showing no signs of planning to pack his suitcases. But that hasn't stopped president-elect joe biden from pushing ahead with his plans for the fresh administration a large part of this is the people who will make this administration so comparative unknown who will become household. Names come january for more. I'm joined by louis. Lukens a former. Us diplomat and a senior partner at sigme global advisors. Welcome back lewis. You want it now. i'm i mentioned here. That comparative unknown but the list of the runners and writers to make up the Biden cabinet this pretty well known names in there. He's going to bring on a really experienced team of people. All of whom most of them will have had experienced during the obama or administration's These will be maybe not household names To the american people but most of them will be known certainly within the national security establishment for the top jobs at defense and the state department and national security adviser and those kinds of jobs. So where do we start with. Who's going to pay. When i mean he's likely to name a chief of staff this week. Isn't he chief of staff this week. Probably ron claim who was as chief of staff before and and is a well respected in washington that liked cross the. I'll have to say for the cabinet positions Biden will be a little bit constrained by the senate because the senate of course has to approve The the secretary of state and defense and all those main all the cabinet positions so and we think the republicans are probably going to maintain control of the senate. So what that means is for example. There was some talk that elizabeth warren wanted to be secretary of the treasury. That will not happen now. The the republicans in the senate will not confirm a left-wing progressive democrat for a top job. So it'll force by his cabinet choices to be more centrist Which is not a bad thing actually But it means at that. The progressive wing of the party won't get the sort of personnel appointments obeyed hope to see in washington now filling. His cabinet job says he will give priority to technocratic experience. Loyalty and diversity. What does that mean in terms of who. We are likely to see for some of the top jobs well so he has pledged to have the most diverse cabinet ever. I think so. I think the front runner for secretary of state is susan rice. Her confirmation might be a little bit difficult because the republicans do not like her. But i think they will still try to get her through. I think we'll see a woman a treasury for the first time ever lael brainard. I think we'll see a female secretary of defense for the first time ever with blank florida. Yes michelle foreign. I of course so. I think we'll see a lot of women. And i think we'll see some. And then when you get down into the secretary of urban housing and urban development and human services and health and human services and things like that. I think we'll see people of color We'll see women will see Just in general a much more diverse cabinet than what we have now which is basically a lot of older white men. Let's look at the way that this actually could play out. You mentioned the idea of susan. Rice becoming the next secretary of state we need enormous job in rebuilding us foreign policy after four rather damaging years. One could argue. I mean she's former. Us ambassador to the un national security advisor to president obama. She's she's walk the walk. She's got the experience. She's close to joe biden. She'll be good at rebuilding alliances but there is that fair. Isn't there that if you start trying to bring back people from the obama administration. How much is concerned that. I think that joe biden is simply trying to wind the clock back by four years when america is a very different place now will america is a different place in the world is a different place so there is a bit of that risk. But i think that hurts that biden's team and and his cabinet members will make very clear that they recognize that reality and they certainly are going to bring Some of the values in core beliefs that that they that they had when they worked during the obama administration. Including you know for someone like susan. Rice a belief in working closely with partners and allies in in a belief in multilateral. Ism but you know overlaid with the recognition that the world is certainly a different place in that china is stronger than it was four years ago. And we're dealing with you know. Global threats like terrorism and climate change and In the pandemic so certainly a different range of issues in a different approach to how to work on them But as. I said you know the same values that these people had when they work for obama For years ago one of the big words associated with joe button is unifying and there is a suggestion that he's going to have what's known as a unity cabinet bringing in prominent republicans. How's that going to work. Well it's unclear. I think it's a great idea. In principle to bring in a couple of republicans but some of the republicans whose names have been floated including john casick and mitt. Romney are very very unpopular with the left of the democratic party so he has to be careful in doing so not to upset his own party too much. I think a meg whitman's name has been thrown around as a possible candidate for secretary of commerce. She is someone Lifelong republican but she did endorse a biden and actually endorsed hillary clinton for years ago She is someone who i think would be acceptable to the left of the party. Someone like john. Casick are mitt romney's little bit harder to convince the the progressive that they add value without detracting from the cabinet.

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Fortinet's John Maddison Discusses the Current Security Landscape

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

Fortinet's John Maddison Discusses the Current Security Landscape

"What's going on across the digital landscape that's causing increased cybersecurity risk do you think that traditional cybersecurity approaches are working? Well, it's great to be here. Thanks for the invite I. Don't think they'll let me explain why. So when I look at the cybersecurity landscape the first thing that's happening of course is digital transformation innovation acceleration, and that's really increasing the digital attack surface whether it be devices that you've Ip enabled or whether it be. US A moving around. It could be that the workloads of moved from center to the cloud maybe back to H. Compute. I think the network itself is expanding a new edges of forming in the win in the cloud edge manage even the home edges go forward threats themselves. Changed dramatically but they have. been more focused and targeted when you get that. They're gonNA have more success and so definitely seen customers want to invest more in detection versus protection but also it's just really hard for customers to look through the sheer volume of information that hits them. What's most important Another big conversation was seeing is that customers enterprises are looking to? Take aim more platform approach this debate between point products and platforms being going on for a long time. And I think right now. Enterprises are saying if I could put a platform in place. Because I've got too many vendors that don't really work together I can't build automation to get that speed and then finally sometimes people don't realize the operational costs of running a cyber security team network across a large enterprise. It's very expensive. Miss very complex. You've got to find the right people There's always a skills shortage you gotta make sure you report the Roi by into the board. So I would say it's not working as well as should do. I. Think there's reasons full that around you know too many point products too many to many areas expanding attacks service where you need to provide that cybersecurity and I think the industry needs to get together bit better and collaborate but I definitely see enterprises work into more of a five-year holistic architecture than making a point decision. Right now. Support Matt talks a lot about the convergence of infrastructure and security. What does that mean? Why is it so important? I think it's important because I think traditionally. Enterprises of built NSMBC SAP customers as put about ransoms provided. The most have built a network then decide Oh, I need some security here. So they overlay but a security and maybe some security here now because this is becoming interface over the different trust level. I do think that's really slow and really expensive to do. In online's a converged solution, we call it security driven network networking. was founded on that concept the way we do it is to accelerate it through some security processing units, author, virtual machine, all through cloud, what it really does take networking functionality or infrastructure for that whether it be wider in networking data center role access to the land, and we bring security together. So you have the single stack symbol policy at member you need to do is to accelerate that. This allows you to do is to apply security anywhere anywhere. You've got that networking or infrastructure. You can swim simply switch on the security at any place any time maybe small amount security simple encryption, a firewall sequel firewall, maybe more sophisticated around. Detection. So this what we call security driven networking is a really important concept enterprises like it because it gives them flexibility to put security anywhere. It also accelerates and gives a a great user experience because information is being processed for quickly and so I see this convergence of networking and security finally come to fruition.

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"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"Video overlay that people should be creating It's called the bug or also known as like it's. It's your graphic like your logo. For example, it's not the full logo for example like our social ships. When here you know, it's Scott. Are Chef holding up a plate of social media channels, but we also have one. That has the Fawn name with the. With the actual graphic and so a bug, it's basically graphical. It usually is displayed in or around the corner of the area of your live stream, and so you might put that up. We don't put it up very often, but we do have it. It's transparent as well so it doesn't take a whole bunch of the screen, but that's another type of overlay. We'll put up any other ones. We forgot him well. No, but I think I. Think one of the good things about a bug is that when you put it like say in your corner. You could also even almost look at it as a watermark. Watermark, so you're in a sense claiming your livestream. It keeps people for maybe taking your stuff especially, if maybe you're sharing some things in your live video where you're not present, so that really is a even a way to protect your your content, so I think I think that's a good thing to have you know most, times you're going to probably see it in the upper right corner that seems to be the classic place, but you may see other people depending on the program they're using are able to put that in other areas as well. Definitely so so there you have it by the way you've got six plus types of live video overlays. That's the countdown timer the INTRO, the segment graphic, the lower third the bug for your logo, the Altro, the end screen now. If you WANNA, go about creating Some of these graphics just list a couple of tools real quick for people the way one of those they can use. They can use easel. So easily has a fantastic platform for creating your lower third graphics I know people can use canvas, or are there any other ones Jim? You can think of off the top of your. Adobe sparks another one. That's really easy to use as well and then when you start going beyond those three you really are going to probably start looking at getting into some higher end paid tools, but there's always new stuff coming out all the time, but I don't think you can go wrong using those three to start. Definitely, you know, and we'll talk more about those tools in a future episode because you know John Mentioned I mean there are certainly lots of them, but we don't want to overwhelm you either, so we'd say checkout easel or Canada to get started or adobe spark. As Jim mentioned, but That's going to be the. Let's do it for the episode on six, plus types of live video overlays that you should have and again. I mean it's you can always change the so go about creating them create that set of graphics. Sequence them in your show. And you know and continue to build on them like maybe you start with the intro graphic and the graphic, and then as you get, you know as you get moving with your show, then you can incorporate some of the other ones. As you. Move things along as you for example generates more revenue and whatnot, but if you want to check out any of these tools and whatnot, just head to launch or dot live four, US EP twelve. We'll see you all on a few trips. Thanks a lot..

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"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"Show. Now the great thing is that we don't have to change that graphic every single show. It's the same graphic. The only thing we have to do behind the scenes is changed that url to redirect and we use a tool called pretty links for that. We'll put that in the show notes by the way. Anything else you want to add about the intro. Just you know. Use your imagination. There's so many things you can do with it. I mean. Maybe if you've got show sponsor, you know. Put the sponsor's logo and there, so you're giving them a little bit of time and Yes. I think I think it's a good tool to definitely look into. Just make sure that you you know that it's on point and that it's adding value to your viewers and I like this next one that we're going to talk about because I think it's something that you do a really good job with on social chatter, and that's the segment overlay. Yes, so, what is the segment overly so this is what the third graphic right. Yes, so segment overlay is. Maybe you actually want to break your show up almost into chapters, which by the way is something that Youtube is starting to roll out to. To find things, and so as an example in social chatter Christian has a part. He calls tool time as he'll actually put an overlay out there for a few seconds, and once again the overlay, basically going to take everybody off camera, or or at least off the video, and it lets people know we're about to start something new and different on the show, so maybe you want to, if you if you had multiple guests. Maybe you have multiple topics. You kind of put that overlay to say what you're about to talk about. And it just it's a way to kind of make things stand out breaks up the pattern of the show. I think it's A. It's a really neat thing to do. Yeah, and actually the reason I use that is because it's not just the transition for the segment, but it actually makes it easy for me to then transition as you mentioned from one part of the show next, and the great thing about that. Is You know it gives me time for example to pull up the screen and I? WanNa share you know. I can still talk to people on Camera Wall I'm actually. Well I'm not on camera. I can sell talk to people you know. Keep the show. So definitely you know you may WanNa. Have a segment graphic again. Ours is just the name of the graphic. We stick with the theme of the show like the Color Palette and what that we use okay, so we talked about countdown timers Intros The third item was a segment. If you have multiple segments during your show, you want to look at it and say well I. Don't need five segment graphics. I may need one or two. It really depends on the length of your show. If it's like you know if your show is like thirty minutes or fifteen minutes or something like that, you don't want to have too many graphics. Just keep that in mind. Okay so what's next the ALTRO? Because unfortunately, the show must come to an end at some point. Because, we all have to sleep and so the altro is a great way to wrap the show up and. Maybe hit on some different things that just kind of a fun way, even maybe flashing some of the ways that. People can connect with you or your guest. You know once again. If you got sponsor your show, you can have the sponsor logos out there or even just share the logo of the product. You're US until livestream. I know as you know. We always say that were powered by stream yard. And so we're sponsored by stream yard, but I think by sometimes giving credit to the platform you're using that makes the company takes visibility of you and say hey. We need to follow these guys doing a good job of promoting US definitely so okay. Yes, Oh, definitely, have an intro graphic now the other reason why we use an in sorry in ultra-graphic my. Next the other why we use an ultra graphic is because again. It's a bit of a magic trick in a way smoke and mirrors thing you know, but for for good so one thing that we always notice regardless of where we broadcast from at the end of our show. If we want to like, have ice altro. Maybe we have a video altro. will put up. And ultra-graphic, and then that actually we do this, it will hi Jim. It'll hide myself. It'll hide our guest, and then it actually is not that awkward pause of waiting for the livestream to actually stop because sometimes when you hit that. Stop recording button. It actually will not stop for maybe three to five seconds, and can just be really awkward. 'cause you're like okay. What do I do and it also doesn't look good. If you're broadcasting and say Youtube, and you have like the ultra graphic, and then it's like Oh wait. We're still cutting to like kind of a blooper or something, so definitely have an altro graphic, and then the next point which is. You know is an an end screen as well in three in altro like they're both a little different. You know so. This is what this is. The fifth item the ALTRO. Is You know? Maybe that's like thanks for watching screen, or it's a wrap up or maybe it's a video that you wanna play, but then an end screen is important, and that's a whole screen basically is what I would call it. So what that would basically does pretty straightforward. You throw that up at the end of your video while you're videos playing, you throw that up to go next for example stream yard, and it says something like thanks for watching, and it has our social media links. Where people can connect with our business, or has our website or things like that? We basically don't put in that screen. Things that need to change, so we want to put like hey, thanks for watching. Here's the four social media platforms that we are on, not everyone just the main ones, so I'd say an end screen now. What else do people need to think about when they're making their live video? Video, overlays Jim, well don't forget that you may want to use lower thirds and lower thirds are away to maybe as an example have the question that you're asking. put onscreen because sometimes when people are perusing through videos that have the sound off, and so we're these overlays can come into play is they can say oh. This is what they're talking about. This is what I wanted to. And then they'll put the put. The volume on also is a great way maybe to introduce your guest. You can also use what they call rolling. banners which may be, it's like subscribed to your youtube channel, or where where you want people to follow you as well as your guest at the those are just some of the ideas that I can think of for lower thirds. Any that you can think of Christian that I might have missed I i. mean you definitely okay so you WanNa? Have some like what we'll do is. We'll put up a topic so for example like will you? The was Kinda like what you just talked about like. If if you're coming on and I'm coming on in guests, coming on each one has a lower third there. That might have a name. It might have a website or a social media channel where you can connect with that person. Or maybe it's got a twitter handle where you can tweet them. During the show in addition to that if we're talking about like tools for example or topics, we have lured that we bring up for that as well a lot of times that will have maybe the name of the topic and then, or maybe it's a question will ask people, so we might have a custom lower third for something like that now. You don't have to make those fancy again. It's just like it matches with your brand, but you want to make sure that it also. It's not too wordy. If you going to use a lower graphic, you don't need like for example we don't want our. We're talking about a tool. We don't want the tool to actually rap on the more third. So what we do is, it forces us to be very succinct. The text that we put what's the name of the tool? What's a one sentence or less amount of tax that we can put to have it show up to where that way? People have to read so much, but I think those are probably the most important ones you know and I know the last.

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"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"By my trusty colleague. Jim Fused Jim. How you doing I'm doing great Christian. How about you doing fantastic, you know? I just got off of a live video summit where I talked about how to build video overlays for your live streams that you're doing whether it's on facebook or youtube or periscope were linked in live, and so on and I thought well. Hey, I just did this training. Why don't we talk about the importance of using video overlays foyer live streams and the six types of live video overlays. You should be creating, and we'll even give you some tools. So do you want to start off by the way telling viewers like what's a video overlay? Yeah so a lot of times, people don't think about it, but a video overlay basically allows you to kind of cover up. What's going on with all the cameras and the people that are live, and so it gives you a little transition time. It can also be a way to show maybe some show sponsors, or even kind of split your show up. So that's what we're GONNA. Go in today, and of course one that seems to get a lot of talk. These days, Christian we see on all the different social media groups who are in is the countdown timer, Yes the countdown timer, and I know we talked about this one actually last. Of My show social chatter, we talked about using stream tire, and some additional and e Cam for example like tools. People get used to create that countdown timer now I know you're not one hundred percent a fan of this You're tell people like okay. What's a countdown timer? Why is it important and do they really need one? Well so it's interesting. Countdown timer lets people know that I I won't always say that. It's when the show is going to start, but it's a countdown to something happening. But a lot of times it's meant for people to say okay. Five minutes before the show starts the you'll see the. There are literally starting their show five minutes ahead of time. So there, there's somewhat if you WANNA. Say tricking this system or they're actually doing it as separate thing, and so it'll start down the time, and so people were all excited. Because one program we use stream yard now allows what they call a five minute overlay to be like. Oh, now I can do. A five minute can't down timer and so. It can be good, because maybe it reminds people, but you know there's other ways to remind people so I I. Don't have an issue with a shortcut time. I just think that sometimes. If you really think that someone's GonNa, wait for five minutes for your show to start They're just GONNA. Come back five minutes later if they really WANNA watch your show, but a countdown timer can be visually appealing way i. e Cam has built in to have a countdown timer and I and there's a ton of programs that now. We're going to talk about in a future episode. Basically. You're counting down to get things started in in theory. You're building some excitement I. Don't you know I I? Don't know. What do you think Christian you might? You might be a little bit more excited about a countdown timer than me, so I don't know I like the countdown timer. On a couple of occasions I like it for example if I'm going to go live for example and I'm going to give people kind of a a behind the scenes of what's going on, for example, it might just be me working on my keyboard for example and I can easily wave to people and so forth. So I can do some things at a time. The other reason I actually like account timer is because it actually gets me. Prepared for my show so when I set that countdown timer, you know this is the and we talked about this a lot. We talk about consistency with live video. It's not about like. Oh I you know. I want live this week. It's being consistent with when you go live and the one thing a countdown timer dies. Which I think is very useful is when I hit that. Go live by I have to be on time, and if I'm somebody, who's not very punctual. This is where like having that. Countdown timer can actually be a little bit of a nudge. Hey, have already told my audience I'm here I'm not gonNA actually back out of the show. Come up with some excuse and whatnot, so that's a reason why I like accounts now I don't like them kind of like what you said. Said, you know if you set up a fifteen minute countdown timer I mean that's a long time for somebody to kind of keep their stream open be. If you're using it on your machine, you could actually run into some issues running a countdown timer because that immediately kicks off the live video process, and if you have really if your interests not great. Maybe you don't have a lot of system resources on your machine. You've already fifteen minutes witting around. Sexually wasting a bunch of system resources and your machine can also get really hot fan can kick on. That can be a lot of noise during your livestream, but overall. I mean like I said a countdown timer. It can be useful if I'm just starting to show I. Want to hear what you think, but I don't think people need to use count timer when they are beginning their live show like if this is like my first. First or my fiftieth episode? You know I don't think countdown timers necessary, but think once you start to really going to get into the habit and you build an audience. Yes, account on timers, great What do you think? Should people have a timer? Well? I think I. Think I would agree with. The I don't think it's something that you need to be focused on I. Think sometimes it gets into getting too complicated. Complicated, it's I think the kiss method. Keep it simple. is is the way to go, so don't worry so much about a countdown timer, but really what I think our next overlay, which could be of more value in a sense, be in a sense, a countdown timer like thing without calling it. That is the INTRO overlay. Yes, the enter overlay beautiful graphic that you can put up now one thing that we always do for example. Example we do it for social. Chatter is at the beginning we will put up this graphic and then when we hit start on our live show, you know that graphic, for example it actually gets picked up on. FACEBOOK gets picked up on Youtube we can actually use it as a nice thumbnail as well if you want, have it stand out you know so I think having a an intro. Video overlay makes a lot of sense. Have you used a static graphic. You use a you know we had. We had of a video overlay before which was about thirty seconds, but but we we need update it because we had changed our artwork up, but yeah I think I like it, too. Because you can you can make it just a standard thing for the show, and it gets people ready, and as you know, it's playing. You know like okay as soon as this thing. Thing ends. The show is going on, and so I even would acquainted to when people do podcast, and they have their intro audio it's it's a similar process so many things you can do with this and depending on the program you you know it can be short almost as long as you want it, but remember you're doing a live video. People are here to listen to the live part and not a bunch of prerecorded stuff all the time. Exactly I love that. So you can have a video intro. It could be for example like we put up our logo. We put the name of the show. And then we have a url that we used at.

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"overlaying" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"In that had. A very brave. Move because you. Just you just don't know you're. You're really breaking new ground having. CGI? Protagonist. airy being if you will you know being the leading moving and with our people believe. Kinda lead. but While it look like you know and so I think everyone's. Taking a wait and see attitude. we'll tell you the last few weeks have been very very exciting because we're starting to see. Yourself. So people are getting really excited. Premier Premiere was Oh and it's one of the great night's. Seeing that when you live with the caregivers, head and our paper and I, did our. Character and then and then the then. overlaying CGI, we wonder and I love hearing any. Minute by other people be moved all. Their card. That's gratifying finally. Have? That too many playing. Token good softly. We'll get another shot. We certainly know what would happen. We were lucky enough. got a pretty clear idea, but we'd like to try to destroy. We'd like to try to tell. And but we've never officially mentioned. Fox, but you know..

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"overlaying" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast

The Perfect Package Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"overlaying" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast

"On Keith. That's why why would you do that? I thought we was friends. Say stuff like that like I don't have to imagine it. From A listener at home. Keith is Dave's roommate. It's the now. He cannot go through a day now without that. It's like it's like what your girlfriend. Your wife has a dream that you did something stupid. And then she wakes up and she managed you. Dave is staring Keith now like you mother fucker. My Mom. taught. Stay away from my mom's. Letting. What expand. My mind. You're not allowed to come over to house no word. Especially if I'm not here, you don't drop anything off, but I'm not here. You're not here. They've been given Keith Aside I. Just all day a day, just sitting here watching TV lakes. Yeah leftovers. What The fuck you did. Sweet Baby James this. Could I do remember? When we first moved into the house, my parents Keith, parents came over and at the time his dad was. Dating somebody mind you is was dating somebody, but she wasn't at the House. But my mom and dad. We're talking. Oh, you're so funny. You see anybody because my mom likes to set people up with other people some sure she had somebody in mind and this the keys dead immediately was like no like you. Dad is right over. There calmed down so. Damn thirsty. Thursday. We. Both me and keep looked overlaying really. Have you not been dating this woman for like two months? Two months. You can claim you know I forgot. He was somebody two. I don't know if you get away with it, but it's. It's not completely unreasonable to be like you know what Rosamund..

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"overlaying" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well OK maybe they were then comes on Mick Mulvaney on the T. V. S. rates as they work for the White House over Mick Mulvaney is comments on Ukraine it's Friday October eighteenth and this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm not a clinician I'm Elsa Chang next we'll hear from a house Republican about how moving these comments have cast doubt on the trump administration's dealings in Ukraine and how much is enough when it comes to drug makers settlements for the opioid crisis there's no number then come up with that's going to meet the societal cost of what they'll be an epidemic as man to the St class how the political divisions in Northern Ireland remain yet another sticking point in the brexit debate you have the same divisions of our banks it bought overlaying pre existing divisions that are centuries old we'll have more afternoons live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shelley Stevens an investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server when she was secretary of state funds no deliberate mishandling of classified information a state department report cites thirty eight unnamed individuals for security violations that will be noted in their personnel files the review began in twenty sixteen when Clinton was running for president the US Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether the consumer financial protection bureau is constitutional is NPR's Chris Arnold explains the main issue is whether the president can replace C. F. P. bee's director the bureau was created after the financial crisis to be a tough watchdog protecting everyday Americans from being treated unfairly by financial firms whether that be big banks are shady loan sharks by design at the bureau's director is very powerful and independent and as part of that even the president can't replace the director except in cases of neglect of duty or malfeasance the tribe administration argues that gives the director too much power if the court agrees though that cuts both ways if a Democrat wins the White House here she could immediately replace the director that president trump appointed who otherwise could serve out the remainder of a five year term the court is unlikely to hear the case until next year Chris Arnold NPR news Johnson and Johnson has voluntarily recalled a single lot of baby powder after sample tested positive for traces of asbestos details from NPR three to chatter G. since two thousand and eighteen the FDA has been testing because medics that contain talc for asbestos during the survey one lot of Johnson Johnson's baby powder tested positive for the contaminant a sample from a second lot tested negative the recall block number can be found online on the FDA's website the agency is encouraging consumers and health care providers to report any adverse effects to the F. other cosmetics that have been found to contain asbestos include blushes and bronzers from beauty plus global and a make up set from Claire's stores Inc read.

"overlaying" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm Audie Cornish and I'm also Chang next we'll hear from house Republican about how moving these comments have cast doubt on the trump administration's dealings in Ukraine and how much is enough when it comes to drug makers settlements for the opioid crisis there's no number they can come up with that's going to meet the societal cost of what they'll be at epidemic as meant to this state class how the political divisions in Northern Ireland remain yet another sticking point in the break the debate you have the same divisions of our breaks it bought overlaying pre existing divisions that are centuries old we'll have more afternoons live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack's fear defense secretary mark asper says no US forces will assist Turkey in monitoring the so called safe zone on the country Syrian border and he says one thousand US troops will continue their withdrawal from northeast Syria compares Tom Bowman as more as per said in a statement he expects the Turks to abide by a hasty agreement hammered out with the United States and that includes protecting civilians and securing ISIS prisoners in a twenty mile safe zone along the Turkish Syrian border the defense secretary met with lawmakers behind closed doors yesterday in terms of meetings quote very serious candid and constructive Democrats and Republicans have sharply criticized president trump's decision to remove all US forces from Syria saying it amounts to abandoning the Kurdish allies creating a humanitarian catastrophe in fueling the spread of ISIS as per travels to Brussels next week for a NATO meeting in says the allies will discuss the way forward in the defeat ISIS campaign Tom Bowman NPR news Washington a bombing at a mosque in eastern Afghanistan killed at least sixty two people and injured thirty six others Jennifer glass and COBOL says the latest attack comes after our record high it report of civilian casualties the explosions during Friday prayers killed and injured nearly a hundred people in the mosque in eastern Afghanistan the attack comes a day after the United Nations announced the highest monthly and quarterly civilian casualty numbers since the organization began tracking the figure is ten years ago there are more than eight thousand two hundred civilian casualties in the first nine months of this year reporter Jennifer glass and COBOL so far there's no claim of responsibility for the attack congressional Republicans are expected to vote on a resolution next week that would censure house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the Democrat leaning the impeachment inquiry into president trump NPR's ones are Johnson reports Republicans are accusing chef of lying about aspects of the probe house minority leader Kevin McCarthy he claims a chef misled the public about whether he knew the identity of the whistle blower who sparked the Ukraine controversy based upon how many times he has lied to us to the American public he should be censured and I think that's a question for every single member of Congress at one point to shift did wrongly implied that the committee had no contact with the whistle blower before the complaint was filed in fact the whistle blower had reached out to a committee aide should think knowledges that he should have been more clear but it disputes GOP claims that he has spoken to ended knows the identity of the whistle blower the.

"overlaying" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There is a legal overlay to those editorial decisions by the across media for example cast media cannot censor candidate speech under the communications activate lost Kerry and they must disseminate an advertisement by a candidate and they are afforded liability protection particularly for defamation when they do cable casters such as CNBC the have editorial rights over the ads that they run and they also do not have the legal protection against defamation so they have a have a little more pro active approach to regulating what they disseminate the paid ads and do not on the internet it is different the internet Facebook has editorial control over what it does and doesn't post both free post as well as paid ads and they have immunity protection under section two thirty of the communications decency act so the distantly editorial decisions are drawn not only by the editorial choices of the various media platforms the police now that added question most of the major networks have agreed to carry it the only one that hasn't is CNN more than three dozen older Boeing seven thirty seven jets have been found to have structural cracking in a part that helps keep the wings from falling off the plane a U. S. safety regulators ordered inspections of certain planes after cracks were found in psalm that were undergoing overalls it's just another safety issue for Boeing which is already facing the grounding of its newer seven thirty seven Max after two deadly crashes Boeing said Thursday airlines worldwide of inspected eight hundred ten planes following an order from U. S. safety regulators and about five percent of them had what it called findings that will require repairs airlines are under orders to inspect those certain not thirty seven seven thirty sevens for cracking in a part that helps keep the wing attached to the few slides long term mortgage rates fell this week amid continued uncertainty about the economy's outlook in fact mortgage rates have been running near historic lows that's a boon to home buyers Freddie Mac said this week the average rate on a thirty year fixed dipped a three point fifty seven percent that's from three point sixty five percent just last week and a Texas sheriff is making headlines after saying if criminal immigrants are released drunks will quote run over your children the remarks by Tarrant county sheriff bill way born came Thursday during a White House press briefing about border security way born says he knows some immigrants cross the border fleeing violence but those violent offenders come with them drilling down just a little bit at the inter county Texas it's the fifteenth largest county in the nation is this morning we had forty two hundred inmates out of that seven percent were illegal aliens and they were being held for such offenses as murder sexual assault of children there was about seventy of the hill and so and they were robbers in there and kidnappers and people who commit arson and people.

"overlaying" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

"Of very unique sports oriented features on our cameras like doing automatic score overlays. So that all is built into the switcher as well. But one of the things I have so enjoyed our conversations over the years that last year I was given a budget to go by cameras, and I bought six JVC cameras for the students. Branding. I like is not only the image quality. But the fact that they are mostly student proof. You can run them in full automony. Get good pictures, and for people that want to tweak, you've got tweaking settings. And while we have not yet done the connected part. That's coming this semester. I just want to know that. I do listen to you. And I do take advantage of your wisdom when I can. But. Cameras go into switchers. We were doing that. When I was in broadcast television before you were born what is the significance of the connected camp. Because I mean, the STI pipeline is old news. Well, it is unless unless you have to do all the work outside of the camera. See what's unique about our connected camp series? Is that the in code are in the camera actually creates the stream. So we can stream live from camera. If you have a, you know, a USB modem or a wifi adapter or in the case of several of our new products wife is built in with my mo- antennas. And and all that. But what we do is we create the stream whereas with a conventional camera, you take an HD STI are H E M I into some other box. We we keep the ecosystem beginning in the camera and could stream live directly from the camera with no other absolutely. I recorded my daughter's wedding at Lake Tahoe with nothing more than g WI h..

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"overlaying" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Box to add the shows you wanna hear and what people do frequently throughout their usage of the app is oh they hear about her new show. I want to go at it. Go type into the search box. Like, it's sucking of that, by the way that use case I run across all the time. Someone mentions a cool podcast. And I want to go at it, overcast. I wish search was more available in the more. Prominent you now that you've improved it so vastly. I would love it. If like everywhere, I could get access to from wherever I am. And it was context aware like on the playlist, and I wanna go find an episode and sticking the place that currently looking on. I don't wanna leave the playlist and go back to the home screen into a search, whatever I do it, right? There. So I think now that you've improve search you should in your whatever your next you. I redesign is think about how to feature it more prominently and make it more useful more context. Because now even the old search I I wanted to use for and now that it's fast. I would love to use it immediately. Thanks. That's that's a good idea. I mean, I it's it's a little tricky in that the combination of the search box and the way I a- west inner controllers display search results, by overlaying table view with a new table view that has just a circus alternate and like dims the background moves. The search box up the way that's all done through. This thing called US first controller US controller has been notoriously buggy and hard to work with over time. The current version is no better. It is very buggy and hard to work with it. Especially is buggy when dealing with navigation pushes and pops where you have multiple levels navigation like overcast has and where you might you might want to search controller in a deeper. Level of it than the level or you might want one in both. But or one or the other and overcast also has a bug since five point at search, which is search controllers just totally break when used in combination with pull to refresh apple has you every fresh control. It is a built in poultry fresh thing. And if you use that with Apple's built in search control display search box navigation bars, they just conflict, and you have animated bug alerted place. This I I notice the bug over has the reason why I haven't fixed it yet is because it's merely a minor cosmetic bug if you pull to refresh. And then you get the search box kinda stuck on screen for a second. It's a cosmetic bug, and it is to fix. It will involve me writing my own controller or end or you're refreshed control. And that has not been a pressing enough need to justify the amount of work that it will be tell me about the video player for this thing that appears to be a gif on your website. But. Actually has play pause controls which are emoji, by the way vastly. So that's yeah. So when marketing this feature it was important to me to show the video so a couple of weeks ago, I did a tweet from the overcast account saying like coming soon this like fast search thing and the response to it was massive. So I knew people really like this this really resonate with people's. And so I wanted to really market it right with the blog post, and so it had to be video as far as I could tell I didn't look too much into it, honestly..

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"overlaying" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"overlaying" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Overlaid. But he was fouled, and he'll have to earn it at the line to twenty left. Alan his third. Panthers trailed by as many as eight couple of times in this half. But they have chipped chipped and chipped away. And now it's tiger game as loud and love misses. The first free throw. Love is four of eight at the free throw line. He has twenty points tonight, eleven rebounds. But his biggest deficiency has been shooting. Second one for love is good. He dropped it in fifty five. Fifty four Panthers down by one. They have not lead since the opening couple minutes of the second half. Allen to the Panthers off to the wing for ROY. Navigates to the top of the key. He's working against Mark us ten on the shot clock on the left side. Now crossover left to the lane. Poked out loose in the back court cake right has it three on the shot clock to on the shot clock. Barnes whale for three. That's an air ball and a shot clock violation. So one forty eight laugh Panthers down by one. Right state has been very unsuccessful in tight games this year..

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