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After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6
"The mets pull down a dramatic 7 to 6 victory over the Cardinals on penal antos two one Homer in the bottom of the tenth inning The cards had taken a 6 5 lead in the top of the tenth when Corey Dickerson scored an Albert Pujols double play grounder But Alonzo with ghost runner Francisco Lindor on second let off with a long blast left thought Giovanni gallegos to give them that's another series win Anytime we can take a series against a really good team it's really special and to be able to walk it off is obviously electric Alonso finished with three RBIs and now leads the majors with 36 Jeff McNeil also drove in three runs for New York Paul Goldschmidt had four RBIs for St. Louis including the one that tied the game in the top of the 9th Tom maryam New York
Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society
"Let's say we were to have a substantial number of electric vehicles charging at home as everybody dreams Says ram Raja Paul and associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford Co authored a recent study looking at the strain electrical vehicle adoption is expected to place when the peregrine He told Yahoo finance today's grid may not be able to support it all boils down to Are you charging during the time solar powers on In Sacramento officials said California great could face a potential shortfall of roughly 1700 megawatts Which would affect the power supply between one and 4 million people this summer That number would likely be exacerbated by an additional short for fall of 5000 megawatts In the case of extreme heat and further fire damage to existing power lines
Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause
"I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Erik metaxas show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes.
Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries
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What Country Does Mitch McConnell Actually Represent?
"Has come out and he has said, look, the most important thing happening in the world right now is the war in Ukraine. What country does Mitch McConnell represent exactly? The country that has the wide open border and a 100,000 plus drug overdoses that has double digit inflation, you see, for Washington, D.C., WarGames are always more important than the livelihood of their citizens. Always. They will always care more about some far distant land than their own constituents. Does Mitch Mitch McConnell as senator from western Ukraine? Or is he a senator from Kentucky that has incredible problems right now? Kentucky's dealing with drug problems, inflation, unemployment, you see Rand Paul, who also represents Kentucky, actually cares about his voters. Rand Paul stood up and said, I represent my voters and I swore an oath to the United States Constitution. And I'm not going to just all of a sudden authorize $40 billion to go to some far off distant land when we do not know what success looks like. Will this bring us closer to peace or closer to war? You see, there should be solutions put forward other than just giving Raytheon Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin, complete and total blank checks to be able to have their chance at pillaging the United States treasury. Here's
The Left Doesn't Debate, They Smear
"Terrible shooting of this why this kid of blacks you killed two whites too, by the way, you have people he aimed wrong because and of course the old the whole left, the chorus of the left is. It's Fox News fault. But they do that no matter what. When capy Gifford was a shot of a congresswoman and people were killed in two sons, remember that. The New York Times Paul krugman, a very sick puppy in my opinion. An angry sick puppy. Been rhyming for them for decades. Still writes for them, said that Republicans were responsible for that killing. No matter what happens with the Republicans who responsible. Smearing us is the art form. They don't debate us, I've invited these people on all of my life. They never come on. I would go on their show, only Brett Stephens has, because Brett Stevens, while we differed on Trump, we agree on most everything else, but he debated me on Trump on The New York Times video site. Facebook page. But none of the leftist would. They don't debate anybody. I don't blame them.
Left Wing Media Blames Tucker Carlson for Buffalo Shootings
"So let's see. So The Washington Post in The New York Times are blaming Tucker Carlson and Fox News for the shooting. Is that right? They really doing it? Conservative media is familiar with buffalo suspects alleged theory. By Paul farhi, in the New York and Washington Post, there you go. Use The Washington Post media reporter. Let me see. Look, whatever they can do to smear the right is what they do. That's as simple as that.
David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"
"In Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year,
Update on the latest sports
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Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7
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McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop
"A a a a delegation delegation delegation delegation of of of of Republican Republican Republican Republican senators senators senators senators are are are are in in in in Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest as as as as the the the the media media media media including including including including president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir salen salen salen salen ski ski ski ski met met met met the the the the delegation delegation delegation delegation on on on on the the the the streets streets streets streets of of of of key key key key city city city city posted posted posted posted on on on on his his his his telegram telegram telegram telegram account account account account shows shows shows shows him him him him greeting greeting greeting greeting Republican Republican Republican Republican leader leader leader leader Mitch Mitch Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell McConnell McConnell along along along along with with with with senators senators senators senators John John John John Brasso Brasso Brasso Brasso with with with with Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Susan Susan Susan Susan Collins Collins Collins Collins of of of of Maine Maine Maine Maine and and and and John John John John Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn of of of of Texas Texas Texas Texas Instagram Instagram Instagram Instagram posts posts posts posts the the the the once once once once he he he he calls calls calls calls the the the the visit visit visit visit a a a a strong strong strong strong signal signal signal signal of of of of bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan support support support support for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine from from from from the the the the United United United United States States States States Congress Congress Congress Congress and and and and the the the the American American American American people people people people Senate Senate Senate Senate is is is is working working working working to to to to approve approve approve approve a a a a nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine passage passage passage passage was was was was delayed delayed delayed delayed Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday by by by by senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul also also also also a a a a Republican Republican Republican Republican is is is is demanding demanding demanding demanding an an an an inspector inspector inspector inspector general general general general be be be be appointed appointed appointed appointed to to to to scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize the the the the new new new new spending spending spending spending I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return
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Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate waits waits waits waits to to to to vote vote vote vote on on on on fresh fresh fresh fresh aid aid aid aid for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Senate Senate Senate Senate leaders leaders leaders leaders from from from from both both both both parties parties parties parties were were were were hoping hoping hoping hoping for for for for quick quick quick quick approval approval approval approval of of of of a a a a fresh fresh fresh fresh forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and its its its its allies allies allies allies Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday we we we we have have have have a a a a moral moral moral moral obligation obligation obligation obligation a a a a moral moral moral moral obligation obligation obligation obligation to to to to stand stand stand stand with with with with Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I I I I strongly strongly strongly strongly support support support support the the the the next next next next package package package package of of of of lethal lethal lethal lethal military military military military assistance assistance assistance assistance which which which which the the the the houses houses houses houses passed passed passed passed with with with with overwhelming overwhelming overwhelming overwhelming bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan majority majority majority majority what what what what the the the the package package package package was was was was held held held held up up up up until until until until at at at at least least least least next next next next week week week week Republican Republican Republican Republican senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul of of of of Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky declared declared declared declared he he he he would would would would not not not not allow allow allow allow speedy speedy speedy speedy passage passage passage passage my my my my oath oath oath oath of of of of office office office office is is is is to to to to the the the the national national national national security security security security of of of of the the the the United United United United States States States States of of of of America America America America we we we we cannot cannot cannot cannot save save save save you you you you crane crane crane crane by by by by dooming dooming dooming dooming the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. economy economy economy economy latest latest latest latest bill bill bill bill when when when when added added added added to to to to thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen point point point point six six six six billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars approved approved approved approved by by by by Congress Congress Congress Congress in in in in March March March March would would would would raise raise raise raise US US US US aid aid aid aid to to to to the the the the region region region region since since since since the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion well well well well above above above above fifty fifty fifty fifty billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate is is is is recessed recessed recessed recessed until until until until Monday Monday Monday Monday Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out out Washington Washington Washington Washington
Hospital workers pause to be recognized for their sacrifices during the pandemic
"Nurses nurses nurses nurses who who who who have have have have been been been been working working working working through through through through the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic are are are are being being being being honored honored honored honored during during during during national national national national nurses nurses nurses nurses week week week week at at at at Providence Providence Providence Providence Saint Saint Saint Saint Joseph Joseph Joseph Joseph hospital hospital hospital hospital in in in in orange orange orange orange California California California California Chaplin Chaplin Chaplin Chaplin and and and and Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic priest priest priest priest Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick on on on on con con con con quote quote quote quote anointed anointed anointed anointed nurses nurses nurses nurses hands hands hands hands with with with with oil oil oil oil blessing blessing blessing blessing of of of of the the the the hands hands hands hands is is is is a a a a reminder reminder reminder reminder that that that that everything everything everything everything we we we we do do do do is is is is about about about about helping helping helping helping others others others others IC IC IC IC you you you you nurse nurse nurse nurse Patsy Patsy Patsy Patsy Brandenburger Brandenburger Brandenburger Brandenburger said said said said she she she she felt felt felt felt so so so so fortunate fortunate fortunate fortunate to to to to have have have have her her her her hands hands hands hands blast blast blast blast more more more more than than than than two two two two years years years years after after after after the the the the start start start start of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic how how how how sad sad sad that that that people people people passed passed passed but but but yet yet yet so so so happy happy happy that that that at at at least least least the the the ones ones ones that that that did did did survive survive survive did did did survive survive survive nurse nurse nurse Paul Paul Paul Kariuki Kariuki Kariuki says says says the the the gathering gathering gathering itself itself itself was was was a a a blessing blessing blessing we we we can can can actually actually actually take take take the the the mask mask mask off off off and and and be be be able able able to to to touch touch touch each each each other other other it's it's it's really really really a a a blessing blessing blessing we've we've we've come come come so so so five five five county county county Brandenburger Brandenburger Brandenburger says says says she's she's she's a a a lady lady lady to to to feel feel feel the the the worst worst worst days days days of of of the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic have have have passed passed passed I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue
Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?
"Interim, we've been doing some research here about the black and Hispanic voting base, there's an article here from Paul bedard, Washington secrets columnist for the Washington examiner. It's headlined. Biden on the verge of losing Hispanic black base. So there's some new polling that's out of McLaughlin and associates, which is a GOP polling firm. But they are very good at what they do. So, you know, the pieces of fairly good job here in Paul bedard is a great columnist with the examiner. But starting at a former president Trump, we started seeing this erosion of the blue collar Hispanic and black voters. Now, much ink has been spilled much cable time has been devoted to the erosion of the white working class base. This is the if you want to say it's a JD Vance voter in Ohio and West Virginia, Indiana, in the Midwest, right? These are the former union die hards that would vote Democrat, the blue dot Democrats, but they would stick with the Democrat party. We saw that erosion with Trump. Now, much has been made of that move. But what's happening right now is I would call it a tectonic political realignment and we're seeing it because blue collar working class Hispanic and black voters are starting to trick, not even trickle, but to gush says Bernard. Giving Republicans not only a good chance, but a probable, likely slam dunk chance in both the houses of both houses of Congress to quickly lock down their own ruling
Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine
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Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal
"Going to simply get started by allowing representative chip Roy to articulate some of the frustration that I am currently in possessive possession of. I think I've voiced the concerns of millions of Americans when we see a number as high as 40. Now remember, Biden wanted 33 billion. Which was insane in and of itself. And I'm going to explain just how insane that is in a second. But let's let chip Roy take it from here. Let's cut 76. Paul and for Maryland talked about protecting this institution or talked about this institution, but we got a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. I haven't had a chance to review the bill my staff is pouring over the pages, trying to see what's in it. You want to talk about the institution. You want to talk about standing up alongside Ukraine. Why don't we actually have a debate on the floor of the people's house instead of the garbage of getting a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Not paid for without having any idea what's really in it with a massive slush fund that goes to the State Department, $13 billion, 8 billion for the economic support fund, a 110 million for embassy security. We've got 40 billion that is unpaid for and you want to sit here and lecture this body about what we're going to do or not do about staying alongside Ukraine. Why don't we talk about the American people who are hurting the wide open borders that inflation that's killing people. The jobs that people can't get because of the cost of goods and services in this country. Amen. So let's go through this. February 26th, Biden approves $350 million in military aid for Ukraine according to Reuters. March 16th, Biden approves an additional $800 million in military aid for Ukraine. According to The New York Times. March 30th, Ukraine to receive an additional $500 million in aid from the U.S.. Biden announces its NBC News. April 12th, U.S. to announce $750 million more in weapons for Ukraine officials say. According to Reuters, may 6th, Biden announces new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine. Altogether those amounts are in excess of $3 billion.
Sen. Rand Paul Unsure if Trump Would Return to Twitter
"Elon Musk confirming yesterday that if and when he gets control of Twitter, he's going to welcome Trump back to Twitter. Oh, look at this. Jack Dorsey, now a supports Trump returning to Twitter. The ACLU supports reinstating Donald Trump. Where were all those folks for the last two years, senator? All I can say is, you know, I've been threatening and threatening to quit Twitter and I quit YouTube because they censor me, but I haven't quit Twitter. But if Elon Musk takes over, it gets rid of the sensors, I love his irreverent sarcasm and he's actually just playing funny a lot of the times. And actually, I don't even know his politics. I think he may have a libertarian street tumor, I don't think he's either conservative or liberal. I think he's probably a mixture of a lot of different beliefs that the younger generation believes him. But it might not always agree with, but my goodness, do I agree with freedom of speech without question? I think he's going to make it a fun place again. But you know what? I doubt Trump will come back, you know, he's in a direct competitor now. He's got a bunch of money invested in this true social. So I would be very surprised if he came back to Twitter.
"paul doing" Discussed on The Corner
"Too small he's like the power doesn't carry you only three knockouts as a welterweight. Yeah and like you could not aging and you couldn't knock out there in indian to be honest with you when you fall keith. If that down once figured you out it was a close fight. Keith had all that ring russi to shake off. So many uses he won. Forty-seven just not a good way classroom. As much as you likes challenges and competition there is definitely not there at this age when he was younger again. You're he was fast enough to get away with it to go in and out to out to out slick people to shock them. He had the flash knockdown even like flash somebody archies backup and file is going but he's been flashed knocking people down forever. It seems like when he's in there. I'd say from thirty five on it. Just got to be the talent gap with everyone. Didn't close people weren't catching them and talent gap it just. He wasn't the same because people size now mattered more. And when you can't move as fast than a gate that size then you can see why this way classes what it is. And why a guy who came up from one hundred and twelve pounds. Originally getting to welterweight was beyond comprehension. Because these guys are big as hell so when you can't move like that anymore. Yeah you're you're not supposed to be competing that way class. Well okay so mainly pack yo is thirteen in five with three knockouts in the welterweight technician in other way classes one forty one in over the knockout one. Thirty five is one in the knockout one. Thirty seven and one with four knockouts twenty-six he's to know in one with two knockouts and one twenty two. He's eleven with eleven knockouts at one fifty four. he's one of those margarito fight and then at one. Twelve twenty six to seventeen knockouts one forty seventy in his weight class is not even the age he did not remember he did not anybody for a decade. Yes off forty seven pounds. The person he did not go as miyoko. We stopped and lucas. Matisse was absolutely washed up. he's too small he's always been too small like i didn't think he'd not sal outpointing by not being able to figure them out but he's too small he needs to be a forty like he eats at forty-seven right like he doesn't cut he eats is just he's too smart. You saw it. In spite says look at the three and a half inch height and to its reach avantage era was had it would have an even bigger each advantage and even better jab air would have dustin them so many about forty three. You know we we kinda talk about. Let's talk about the welterweight division before we saw the future. Many paco division is now an absolute mess. No the picture is clear. The future many paco can throw this into a complete fire but the future is clear now because now we have a four person it should be tournament in race to the undisputed championship with sean porter and tears crawford go to participate in that fight is going to happen because crawford's not going to vacate title and then you have spent returning to fight us when he is healthy and that is three titles right there and theoretically but crawford is now a free agent no one can say anymore that top rank is holding him back he can go out sign with no one and say i'm going to take dispense fight and then figure out where i wanna go. It's very easy to do. There's no more hurdles. this is clear. Just been since. Floyd got there like it's been since two thousand five like since the delahoya like all that has been since that i get which to say and the reason why i say it's mess is because air would have been a made man. If he believe many paco he would ease the been the top dog and the division pay per view star and the best fighter division tense. He doesn't have a mandy l. On his record era would have air would have said also. I'm the big draw now. I'm the champ. Whether he wants a unified or not is up to him. Everything would iran through our response. Now everything kind of runs through everybody like but being a free agent doesn't mean that he will go well aero let's fight and i'll fifty fifty like there should still be nonsensical contract negotiations in that fight if aylwin's but one like it. But you have to concede airlines abandoned division. He's the he'll any fight he takes. Now it's like. Yeah crawford crawford could lose that fight against against john quarter there. He doesn't yeah absolutely. See sean ported. Finding a way to beat terence crawford. Google's is in a spot where i said it the same spot you beat. The guy was era erik. Were the you become a trivia question because nobody remembers who you are because nobody really wants to fight him. Nobody's nobody's running to fight and gus hookah. Scott no rope from beating mandy pack. Yeah not air. Nobody take that belt. Yeah but he might because we don't know if going to stay forty seven. Yeah who knows how long is going to be out with this iron jerry. If he's out for let's say he's al for six months who's to say that he can squeeze back down to forty seven injury once he might be gone right. So now you leaves the winner. Southport of maybe if i knew goose or the other titles now. Wbz ibm will be vacated. It's a mess mess leaves any could so it's a i get. I agree with you now. It's like i there's ways that easily unified like. Does this terrified sean. Aero fights yoga's those who winners fight each other in a perfect world that make sense but no one. we're arrows and his career in his size. I don't know if he stays. If bud beat sean then we have another. But we'll get like who the hell wants to like. I don't know yeah. Manny might wanna fight. Who yes he came out today. He has rematch clause in there that he asked a. I guess except by november and then if i would be january made presidential campaign. But he's not doing it. Pride is mojo and he says again many. I can pull up the quote from today from pack out and it says in my entire career ups was one of the easiest opponents he had only one style and i should have been able to easily move away. You've seen how. I've moved my fights before i couldn't move in this fights my in this fight. My leg just stopped and earlier after the fight city cramps in both legs. We cannot move in and out. Don't wanna hear fried is a mo- phone if you really believes that you can go out there and prove it okay. So two things one if he's running for president he's not taking that fight that's out at one hundred percent. He won't be able to a lot of time between january and may not. But yeah. i mean you have to be an immediate rematch to. If i'm freddie roach many packages never fighting one hundred forty seven pounds again. I don't care what manny says. Yeah obviously many isn't Freddie is in manny's manager. Sean gibbons would have that conversation but there's no reason for me if i'm forty seven. The reality is he needs to fight at forty needs to fight. Mikey goddamn garcia. That's what you need to fight anybody at one. Forty josh taylor said let's get it. He said let's do it..
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"Have an explanation on my site about exactly what to look for where to go, what check and the Microsoft explanation for why this is happening is a little bit obscure. They say we're doing it because of the unified update platform which I had not heard of you. UP UP is the technology. That's -posedly makes windows updates happen. But there's a whole convoluted explanation of what's there so far in UP. What isn't there? And why this change had to be done manually is because of UP, maybe one day, we'll learn more about UP. But for now, if you're an admin just no you gotta go. Check those boxes. The blah, blah. You'll thank me later. Guys, I know you think it's going to be boring, but it's, it's very important. Teasing. Thank you just. That that was the best to you. Very funny. Very funny. And by the way, yeah, Mary Jo's article is a great description of what you need to know and how you can do it. So I would have showed that if I weren't. So busy looking for. Lots of information there. Now, let's do codename. We saved it just for you. So an honor, Bing's tenth birthday. Do you remember when Microsoft was exploring other names beyond Bing, for what they were going to call the rebrand of live, search? They were they had a bunch of candidates, and the leading one was. Kumo. K. U. M O. Kumo means and Japanese. Oh, I hate to ask. What spider nice relation. Yes. Spider in. I get it. Yeah. Yep, myself. So I use Kumo. But doesn't Kumo it. Have kind of a cool ring. Komo's okay Kiev apparently also considered. Is not a good name. Why does remind me of a later day beach by sun? Could do. Yep. Being Aruba comb. Oh, yeah. Maybe kia. But instead, they went with being and. Bing is pretty good. I know we mock it. It's listen. It's hard to come up with a good brand. It It is. is. You got to do something that was short, that would look good in your L's, and blah, blah, blah. Works international. The verb thing was kind of. Right. You're right. That's true everywhere. Yeah. Yeah. I think being is kind of inspired. Also. I don't know if they knew the Monty python. I see you have a machine that goes being. But also, I don't know if they'd ever seen the show friends always about being in there. No, the Chandler Bing was one of the main characters heat right now. Remember when everyone joked being is not Google. That's what b I n g was Gogel. We'll see if that was the rationale behind that would be making a great name, it would, I don't think that was, but it was a good story at the time. I still like homo, the Kumo it. Yeah. See that was smart. Not to do that. I think. Kumo. It is a hard thing to say. It's gonna wait like is with a consonant Canada's. I think we can thank Chris Kappa Sela. Naming it can't market Kumo guys get over it. Ain't gonna work is Chris, Chris would've said, Kumo. It really he went down. Entering the Chinese market with Kumo. I don't think. By the way, did you know both Chandler and being are kinds of cherries? Oh, no. I'm sorry. Chandler is a kind of strawberry L liberal berries. But they're both berries semi's a fruitless does that. Overalls, the ninety nineties, I think you deserve a beer today, and I think he just foreshadowed my beer pick the week. Oh, yeah. It's a call to do a strawberry. Oh, good. Good. Call. Call tornado brew. Now near NATO's. No. The beer pick is Edmund oast brewing, and their bare name is fountain drink..
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"It says has a little like image on. And is it does. Do you have to have an app running? Or is it just take the money? China. Do not have to have an app renting it out. No. It's works. Payment, configure it and all that kinds of, but as long as you have your phone you just have to tap, your phone to charge e Wednesay to see, like you don't get the, you know, day pass the week pass or anything like that. But still, still whatever the point convenient, you want to get on the train, and get moving. You know, you gotta train to catch whatever. That's great. See not pulling a, you know, a card out or so you can do with a credit card to by the way, if you have a tap card. That's why I'm York tomorrow. It really could help. If people start using it, because you see so many people getting hung up at the turnstile. Ray slows down the flow and most people tourists like me going. When people is cards of run out rate card demagnetize right now. It's a little paper thing with a strip the gets magnetized at the drop of a hat. So this'll be so nice good for apple and Google, by the way, Google pay obese mortar to I'm sorry. I wasn't talking to you. Tie. You hate me. Mrs doughy miss Dewey, Dewey would be awesome. Hey fatty get away from the fridge. Exactly. Smart speaker, someone in the kitchen would be really awesome. She's on the little screen going. I would pay his Hannah's friend would pay to miss Dewey, in my love that that'd be awesome. That kind of SAS in an assistant, little SAS we're going to take a break back of the book coming up Paul's tips, apps enterprise codename, and beer, all the major food groups coming up. But I, I do want to remind you that survey continues a focuses on how you use collaborative software at work. Just takes a few minutes. We'd appreciate you doing it. If you want to help us out a little bit twit dot T, O slash survey fourteen and I should mention our show.
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"And I think they use read because it tracked better on surfaces than other colors are something although actually they later changed to blue. So maybe that's not true. Anyway. You can configure the color. It's not just read. I don't know why they made this. Don't. Like I said, I'm a fan. Well, I think like a gamer most gamers, would probably want a bigger mouse. Plus, they had those mice that have figure pool buttons. I'm looking at your article. Now, this is what you mean when you say it's, it's for righties get us. But a little swoop in it. Yeah. And you can see. So the original color is probably closer to the one on the left the cylinder gel, gray. Yeah. Okay. So I would I have is not the same. What it is. Also, I speculated on the price of this thing. And I was wrong. The, the classic and tell him us is about forty bucks at the Microsoft store. The pro version is going to be I wanna say, she's, I think it's fifty or sixty I can't remember how it's actually not that much more. Introducing the new Microsoft classic. This is the class. That's, so that's the one they released about a year and a half ago. That's not classic. I want not. I don't want either one of those. Right. There is a whole category. The Microsoft store on Mike. What's this one? That's interesting. I, I usually giant, it's like a giant ball mouse, like it looks like a softball. There it is on the left there, the I think it's. This. Sculpt. Yeah. So it's by the way, also a radio mouse. I'm a righty, but I because of issues like I would probably have with not tonight. What do you call it? Your thumb rests on that ridge there I find this to be. Yeah. This is this is really helped me a lot. The hell they're eleven percent of the world or something is lefty. I'm I'm hurt because I would okay. But here, here's what makes this worse. They, they can make cars for the UK and Japanese market, where they switch the steering wheel. Over. Imagine what he told me that doing a reverse of this in a mold is hard like what? So I'm guessing the problem would be someone might just pick one up and not realize it was the lefty one and be disappointed. You know, I'm sure that's kind of the issue. But most people buy stuff online now, my God, almost suffice by the way are writing Matt mice, some of the like the basic went the wireless mobile mouse. The basic one is those are both ambidextrous but yeah, I mean, the arc mice are all ambidextrous that's a little piece ago right there. But hey, it does actually look like a mouse. So it's got that going for it. There's no confusing. It looks like a mouse. I don't see a whole lot of ambidextrous wants the modern one. I use that on the surface. Is the sculpt looked like it is the modern mouse is actually have one of those, here's sculpt. Absolutely looks like a righty. Mouse, doesn't it doesn't? Yeah, I have a video button. If there's no video. That's my question. The arc is cool. That's that's agnostic. Yeah. I don't like that mile said all the arc now I'm glad I bought those dozen of the old school because they don't see me sell those anymore. The old school Intel amounts. I'm glad I bought boy, how do we get fifteen minutes out of a mouse? Let's talk about icons now. There's certain things. I don't think is particularly you know interesting but yeah XBox XBox. Bye bye. Mary Jo go having. This, this is not gonna take a long time. Isn't that low go get a salad? So go ahead. All right. So Microsoft is releasing a new fortnight bundle that has a purple Xbox One s suffused always wanted a purple ex-boss boxes, somehow fit into your home decor. I don't want to know that thing is coming very soon. They haven't officially announce that I guess we saw pictures of it if you're using the messaging experience in XBox and this is true on the mobile.
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"He hates energy. That you're doing it. Paul's emoji cast. Nice. Yeah. Just for you. Some people are confused. I, I literally have heard of none of those towns other than Allentown Bethlehem, which is really funny because Zion hill longs. Longs, chauffeur, or is it gopher it's definitely show for, but I, I don't know. This is that yellow dot is Paul right there. You're okay Paul. I am roughly right there. I will say that. That's that sounds pretty amazing. Okay. Let's continue on trying to plow through before he has to tornado plows through lower Makanji valley. Really, it seems silly to talk about the Intel amounts pro in Paul's in life is in peril. But let's go to it. Why? So, but a year and a half Microsoft announced a new version of its classic and Telemachos mouse and literally look just like the it's like one of those radio only things from the late nineties, it's the red light on the bottom. Remember, why are not wireless, right? Apparently this was such a big success. They're making a pro version of it. Now, this one actually comes in two colors, you can configure the color of the light that comes out of the plot. It's still wired for maximum performance. It's aimed at gamers, pretty much professionals who miss this mouse, for some reason, also still righty mouse. So if you're a lefty, you know, Microsoft doesn't care about accessibility with just one product. This mass now. Probably the, the not. Yeah. I think that might let me look because. This was agnostic. That's why use it that went. Okay. So that's a later thing. This is a job of racial USB. It says. Yeah. So the new version, I assume the seem. Because I love them. They're my favorite mouse. I simply be fantastic. The mouse. Also plugs. NBA the PS two. Right. Know it's a USB. Come on. I love these masks, so much and they're cheap. Yeah. I don't either the pro version. I bought a dozen of them. I've got you know, whenever anybody says, I need a mouse. I got him. So that was kind of a more modern take on it, obviously, it's ambidextrous. That's cool. The original Intel amounts was righty, only. Yeah I'm a leftist one. I hate pro righty, only I don't know why. But do you think this is like a fun, retro thing for them? Is this why they're doing it or I mean is there really reason for gaming? Yes. A wired mouse, actually does provide better. Okay. Yeah. So that's why they call that gaming mouse. Right. Also, it's the number correct me if I'm wrong, but razor mice, other mice talk about the resolution of the mouse the number of points. Oh. So. Right. May have to that could be that I'm actually that I do not know if it has a better resolution could be that makes sense. Yes. Not a ball mouse. Right. It's a hell, nobody uses those anymore. Does use those? The oil is a retro retro mount. So no, it's a light. Remember, I said have red light, so I think I could be wrong. But I believe the original Intel amounts was the first non ball mouse, that Microsoft made it had a red light..
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"And finally. The year. They got the Yahoo thing or I mean. Yahoo? So Yahoo played into it. The Yahoo deal that they did. But it was also because they were spending a lot to build out all the data centers that ran being. So they were spending a lot of money and not making a lot of money. It's been it's been a rough root for paying, but I think by most accounts, now it has about thirty percents share. Is that right? Wow. That's no. I think it's something like that. No. It's nothing like that possibly. Well, that's only because it's under under ten percent. Yeah. You might be in Europe. It's higher or. It. Europe. Yeah. In the United States, it might be double digits somewhere. But it's in worldwide, it's less than ten it's like eight point something percent. I use being papers that count. So Microsoft claims being has thirty three percent market share, in the US. And how they measure that we don't know. Right. Is that what does that applications have to say about that? As we know from other stats they've given us. Sometimes they have interesting ways of counting when yahu used it. I would imagine it was higher because a lot of people used Yahoo does he actually use big who still uses it, and their trek runs out this July. Oh well there you go. That's when Bing at the becomes single digits again. Don't the Yahoo media properties, like tech crunch use it or they use ads thinking of thinking about being ads off it from being from being ads right? Yeah. And then there's a lot of I think there's a lot of people who use that. What is that thing where you get a little credit for using being rewards? Being injury words, I think people use Bing rewards. They do. If you being what is being market sharing? Maybe being would know. Dewey being market share twenty nineteen. Let's see five hard truths about today's market. That's a good title. It's probably not. Being is number two Bing, Yahoo. And by two or number two, three and four after Google. Not according to net market share. But oh yeah. But bite is number two, according to them, because Biden on China yet. Ten percents has a presence in China, right? Okay. Well. It's still around it. Old according to okay, here, it is the global search market worldwide. That's the difference. Seventy-six Google fifteen percent by two four percent being two percent. Yahoo point six yen dex, but that's global. So global Microsoft makes the higher higher predictions around. US share only. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. Odd that Bing, gave me that as the first, let me see. Let's put US share well, or is it on Leo? May hear from Stati STA, which I think probably is using. What, what is it calm score? That's the best or net app that market share this is according to Microsoft, wow, this has this goes goes the starts in two thousand eight it was fifty eight percent. Google nine percent thing being briefly January twenty ten when it started eleven percent and eleven point eight percent then eleven. So it was double digits for a little while. Then all the way up to the high point which looks like twenty fifteen was nineteen points. No twenty percent in April twenty fifteen. Numbers are combined numbers because that's the other issue. If you look at mobile bang has point four for, here's the problem. Yeah there's statistics. There's lies damn lies and then statistics so January twenty nineteen Google sixty three percent Microsoft twenty four and a half percent oath or Yahoo eleven point five percent. But I bet you that's desktop. I bet you anything, that's Dessel..
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"Like what does that even mean it's not a search engine? It's at the engine. So what they were trying to say was like like you can go anywhere to get straight up search results. But if you're trying to make a decision. What's the name of the lady didn't? They have a lady video remember that MRs what's her name. Yeah. I do remember that. There was a woman. She. Yes. Yes. Was that was that preping? I think it was. It was never got. No bing. Never got at least on ironically, the verb, right? Like no one people say, I'm Goodling something. But no one ever says I'm being something unless it's a comedy show on TV and they're trying to make fun of being. I. Yeah. That's what I mean. Like nobody ever. Like they never got that, like it's just nobody ever since. I'm trying to find the MS was like, who was that? I remember. Doing great. Yes. Yes. Not remember this can you show. Oh, come on. You remember this 'cause if I 'cause she used to diss me, would you describe her as a doer? Yeah. I think that is what? Look for MRs Dewey, or is it MS? I really don't remember this is Dewey. I don't know if you remember this goal to ghetto, fabulous. Oh, wait a minute. That's not it. It is. But it's not. Okay. That is. That was missed due. Is that what you look like? Yeah, it was the weird. I absolutely do not remember. You don't remember this? The second one. Maybe this is more appropriate. Be careful page three of the writer green peanuts. Nope. Early miss Dewey outtakes. Holy. I mean I it seems like something. I'd remember. Early, buddy. What the what it was. I don't think they intended it to be a search engine. I think the idea was decision fishing engine. Yeah. That's. Yeah. But that's just that's not this is the one I remember. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. I can't find it linked to it. Now, this is definitely the real thing. So this is pre Bing. Is that right? With things thing they were doing. I don't remember this. Ms Dewey is thinking, it's an X P ladies gentlemen, in this corner, weighing one hundred fifty seven pounds, the world's loneliest.
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"At the same point in time, timeframe. And that's how that's how badly that released went. There's no reason at this point too. Flooding. Or it sounds like water. Go investigate this raining, really hard. But it's weird. Okay. I'm sorry. I don't want you to float away. I think you should check it out. What is the tornado soundly? Well weirdly, Ben in one once it silent, right up to the player kills you. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Well, it's not silent out. It's very loud. Okay. So I think you're okay, but if it gets suddenly quiet, Paul. Do you have does that mean I'm in the eye? Yeah. By looking for a woman looking for TOTO or something like what? Yeah. Your little dog too. Two. Yeah. Nine hundred ninety three. Is there any reason not to go to it? I've seen some people getting stuck with things like that. We're that we're printing thing that Brad head where you have to disable. Printing drivers and XPS. He's not the only one having that I've had a few people at that. Okay. So that's why you, if you try to upgrade, and it rolls back, that's something that you can link until you'll, you'll get one of those something happened dialogues, which are incredibly useless, but it will have an error code on it. And if you look it up, it might say, you need to temporarily in the, you know, the, the windows features control, panel, turnoff, Microsoft print, a PDF and XPS services, the old, the old print, you know, the Microsoft, sold alternative PDF, and that should do it. And there was also certain AMD raid drivers were blocking some people, too. I think so it's like kind of one off things. It's not a massive meltdown, kind of a situation where you know, no one's talked about losing data. No one's talked about kindles, not working or any of that stuff. We had Yikes. Where's that from outside Paul's window? So this is what happens it starts. I mean, if you see this is a three minute video at the beginning. It's just raining raining a little bit about halfway in minute in the wind starts to pick up a little bit a little bit just a little bit. And then pretty soon. Things are flying through the air, and you should probably run inside because it's basement glass. Here's the garage door, caved in. Yeah. Look like that yet. Intellects like this. Right. It's just it's just this part. No, it's worse than it's the middle one. What Paul I'm going to say? And this is two minutes before the garage door went. I'm just saying. Okay. Just a little hint. In Alabama this I now it's a lot. It's not no laughing matter. Guys joke serious, maybe. Mean there's nothing I can do about it, if it's this storm cellar, Paul, oh, you don't have money you in the basement or not. Hit your house. Do you have a base? Yeah. We do. We We have. have a smart person in the family. He is, she's already down there. Maybe next time why a lot of frogs and snakes and stuff. So that'd be worried. Yes. Also another side of the apocalypse. Yeah. Okay. I just we just care, Paul. We care about you. That's all. Well, I think it's it's it is such step. All it's a twist. It's scary. The thought of a tornado in New York City is I now really terrible. Military. The outskirts that can't mean like in the orc even where I live. It's it, it's literally a valley. It's surrounded by mountains. It's a very unusual place to have a tornado, but I mean, I guess the way the weather's going these days, you never know you never know. Just protect the vineyards. Great. So just to be just underscore this, if there were a place you could go, which apparently, there is a Microsoft downloaded that could force the nineteen of three update. Okay. Would you recommend that? The people who are listening to this show. Yeah. I mean they probably already know what they're doing. Yeah. And I, I There have have been been a a couple couple of. of early enough right seeking won't necessarily do. Oh, no, no, no. And you'll it will.
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"I mean I. Only seat on system disks, I mean I it's fine except you can't actually put it on, like a USB disc standard recommendation for anybody with an SST is you must encrypt full before you put anything on it. You have to. Yep. So which means, I mean, when does home people are kind of left in the cold, and you don't have to download ripped or so that was the, the arbitrary nature of the division of those two skews? Right. It's like they, they're like, we have to figure out something. Yeah. I mean, I don't think the hyper V restriction is unrealistic, that you are, are now, although home is going to get a kind of a scream down a slimmed down version of hyper v when they start having the Lennox Colonel show up, right? It's going to run in hyper course and presented talker and the and the Elliott arbitrary like you understand. They just the they've just turned it off. You know, it's like back in the day. We're wait a minute. I can't turn on L WFAN in home. Can I? No. Colonel. No, no, no. Right. Right. They said the Lennox Colonel will be in home. They've said that. You know, they've said they said it will. Maybe they're gonna turn L WS on four home. That would be another big thing, am I wrong. But I think that's why about pro L WS Docker and bit locker. I tell. WS subsystem. The wwl. W W. So, yeah. The way they described how the Colonel will run is like a really like stripped, down version of hyper v. Whatever that really means it means. I mean, it's it made me. You can only use it for the links, not pose it. If you're gonna use that you would do it using the hyper V capabilities of microprocessor, because otherwise, it'd be an efficient, so they have, I write they have moved on from this, but you have to wonder if the slight west won't implement windows app capatin the same way. A lightweight. I could sandbox every they've said, virtualization, they the sources have said for Chelsea's not Mike. That's one of the ways that you do that security thing. Everything's isolated right. Yeah. And, and in that blog post that we keep going back to from computations. They talk about separating the state from the operating system and the apps from the upper new system. So what a weird thing to say, right? I that was. That was really what weird to throw them in there. That was like. And this is W C, O S, people who know what we're talking over here. But they have, but the point is, I think, Microsoft has this inbox technology, and they're all in on San boats. It seems to be real for sure for sure. Yeah. So that's really what they're saying is sand boxing. But as far as you know, this windows, ten home ultra thing to me, maps, very much to the modern western because the look back and say, we didn't we didn't say anything and clearly what they're saying is that they did say something. Yeah. I think we're getting a delicate. Oh, please. Houses about the fall.
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"And my answer was regarding your additional questions. Ms Foley, Microsoft has nothing further to share. That's amazing. Which. Yeah, that's not a denial. So I do think this thing exists. And when they're going to announce it in why they haven't yet I don't know. I can say that a year ago, February we got we saw a bunch of Microsoft, internal documentation. They were absolutely planning to release something called windows home advance who was all. Yeah. Advanced processor support. The idea was that, you know, you're gonna typical home PC like a surface device. It would come with you know, as an individual who become with windows, ten home. But if you've got a gaming PC which supported multiple cores higher end like an I nine processor, whatever dual graphics may be whatever the, the, the, the delineation was. You would get home advanced at the time, which being more expensive skew for the PC maker to purchase but would be applicable to that kind of hardware. Makes sense. I guess, funny, how when goes back and forth with fewer skews more skews fewers Gorski. Well, you know what it is? So I there's a there's always been in kind of an arbitrary dividing line between home and pro right? Going all the way back to XP, which was yeah. Technically the first time they kind of did this. Right. Because X P brought consumer in and, you know, the old old windows, NT windows together into one system. And so now you have home and business, I'll do in one system. And how do you do that? And so it's kind of arbitrary like certain features would be not in home would be in pro in. And I think people think of them as step ups for each other, and what Microsoft the, the plan as of last year, which may, maybe it's changed was these things are not super sets of each other home is something over on the side by itself. Pro is something over by itself. They're not one of them is not an upgrade for the other one. And so, you know, when you when you hear about this you, like, well, this is something that sits between home in pro and no it's not it's, it's an upgrade for home. It's, it's not. They really want these things and be separate the way. You know, that's true, by the way, his when they released the new surface PC's last fall. They came with home for the first time and people were freaking out because previous versions came with pro, and that's perceived to be the, the higher end version. And it's like no, it's the version that's more appropriate for that market, if you bought surface from a from their business site, or from reseller, like a business partner, you would have gotten pro you also gonna pay one hundred dollars more for it, by the way. And so, you know, people today can't upgrade from home to prop. That's what they want to do. But, you know, for for me, Mary Jo and I have normal human beings, like home is the appropriate. Version half does nothing in pro that you need. It's funny to watch people speculating what they would love to see Microsoft have in a home advanced, or a home ultra, the first the first and biggest request is no more candy crush and all those apps. Like I would I would pay more if I didn't have to have this locker comes up bit locker comes up a lot, right? Like I would pay locker do you get pro so What have. if you could have home with bit? Look, there's two things I bought pro fort Docker and bit locker. Hurt locker is support is in home. You just can't create a bit locker desk. So if you have a bit locker encrypted disk, you can still use it without you can't turn it on, on on a new disc. So that's how would you bit lock something? I guess you could. Yeah. But, you know, so the thing they've been moving to for home users is this notion of full disk. Encryption, that's not exactly bit locker bit. Locker is something that can be managed in an apartment so forth..
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"It'll unlock some new features or add some new capabilities and Microsoft will charge OEM's more per copy for it. That's my guess. By the way. So you're correct. I just two things real quick. You could think about it as the home slash consumer version of workstation on the pro side, Ryan's appro with workstations. And also when this was in visioned, there was still this notion of modes in windows, and they had s mode, right? And S-mode was is this thing still but it was this thing where you could transition out of S-mode for free and get the in this case, the full version of palm. So you're running home in S-mode. Maybe we're running pro and S-mode you could run enterprise s but the windows home advanced are ultra. That's what we're calling it whatever the idea was that was going to be a paid upgrade. Right. And so it, it, it's something that any home user could go to just like any home user to, or pro user today could go to workstation but you have to pay for it. And so it's kind of a way of making upgrades that makes sense rather than just arbitrarily making upgrades. I guess. So the thing that threw people off was Nieto, N discovered this in the spec sheet for from Dell for a new two in one that they introduced computrac st-. So, Microsoft gave Neo in the statement, here's the exact statement, there is no new version of windows called windows. Ten home ultra. Okay. So if you're like Paul, and I and you've been around this goat rodeo a couple times, you would say, to Microsoft, okay? So there's not a new version of windows. Ten called home ultra is there a version of windows, ten home called something else that Dell had had live wrong name you're call it a abode, maybe? You know, and again, we're, we're it sounds like we're being that picky. But we have to do this Microsoft. It do. So I just said, is there another version is it does have a different name when will it be available?.
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Somebody's asking if Gramley understands the emoji. That's interesting. I don't know what happens when you use emoji, Italy. That. I don't know because I'm a writer. Yeah. I use the words is your words? Maybe that's what they say. Use your words your words. I think a mo- gee, I wouldn't put him in a blog post or resume definitely not in a resume. But I think emoji are very in a way they solve a problem with texting because texting do. Four thousand years ago, Leo. Senate emoji resume. Just see what happens if you want to work on the emoji team at Microsoft, and might be a good idea to do that. Oh, good point. Or actually hires you respond with. I'm not sure I want to work for you. You fell for this. Not good, embarrassing. Not good. All right. Lenovo. You didn't mention this, but Lenovo experiencing gross. So we're Lenovo reported I gotta get. I have to look at this to get it right. Because there's a lot of records in here but they just reported their quarterly and annual financial results. Right. So for the year it was record revenues for the year was the first time they hit over fifty billion dollars twelve point five percent growth year Viera in revenues what's responsible for this, their PC business. Their PC business is thirty eight point five billion of that fifty one billion, and it has grown market share this past year alone twenty three point four percent. What, what, what ship shortage, right? Yes. Sure. So. I don't know. I they say, if it's the ThinkPad line or the idea, they didn't spray. But if but if you by the way, if you look at their various lineups which include those things and a few others, and let's not forget the new book, right? Okay, let's forget it. But this is a this is a good example of that thing. I was just talking about where the very purpose driven devices. You know they don't just explode stuff out into the marketplace. They have a couple tablets. I mean, they do have a couple of tablets, and they have like the two in one type stuff, but the, the bread and butter over there is just traditional PC foreign factor, productivity focused, you know. You know serve. I they don't really serve the low low end of the market, except maybe an education, but maybe let's say from the mid part of the market up to premium and it's, it's awesome lineup of PC's and their number one. So So do they? did they did? They mention windows, seven upgrades. No. Right. That wasn't part of the reason for the growth They didn't. didn't actually they specifically credited, I think it was just premium and gaming. Thinkpad among others. I didn't put it in my article, but I believe they literally said premium and gaming interesting. Chiro that can happen if they had unusual number of enterprise buys or something like that. Right. I mean you know, if one company IBM comes along buys forty thousand pads that would do. Well year ago they were number two they since then they've experienced over twenty three percent growth in PC sales. That's twenty nine twenty eight twenty nine contributed a little bit to that. That's, that's my PC choice. Although I'm really kinda eyeballing, this new P, S thirteen when that comes. And sweet she, I'm disapp-, I'll tell you, the disappointment on the thing, paddock's, when extremist battery life is just not great a couple of three hours, four hours, I want, I'm so used to having I want eight or nine hours. I want a day. Yeah. Once you have that it's kind of hard to get to go back. I mean we used to be happy three hours. That's great. Windows, tan apparently Dell is saying there is a windows, ten home ultra. Yeah. Good question. I believe what that is, is the thing that Paul wrote about a year ago that was called windows, ten home advanced, which we think, is a new edition of windows ten that Microsoft still has not introduced, but that will do something more than plain old home..
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Video editors because they didn't have much of a choice now they make computers, custom designed for that market. And this the graphics artist would love this Acer. I it makes sense. This is another unusual hinge design, this is zen book for may Seuss. It has two screens. It's got a big screen and a little screen. And I don't really know how that work but it's gonna cool. Been seen raves for the new Dell thirteen experts, thirteen two and one people really excited about this. This is a tenth generation until processor. So I mean I just look at the omen that is wild. That's from the. Wild. So there's, it's a beast another to screen device. So there's some really interesting stuff out there. I think. Yeah, there is. And that's something Microsoft's right to tout the innovation is there is no innovation happening. Any anywhere else in the I mean MAC, Apple's max for crying out loud. We've got a different membrane in our keyboard, just as Clack is the last. Yeah, but the membranes now nylon psycho on. That's not innovation. And of course, they're trying to away a lot of developers and, and graphics designers and pros from the apple camp. And I think they're going to win. I think apple has undeserved that market and gotten away with it for a really long time. And just things like touch and pen, you know, the ability to bring the screen down and right right on the screen, add don't have to have a separatist during the complexity that goes along with that. I it's, it's kind of a no brainer. Yeah. I mean this is this now. If you're using adobe software than windows is a great choice because it said, dental functionality. And I think that's probably true a number of other computers. I don't know if Microsoft's benefiting as much because I suspect some some apple professionals will put Lennox not, not, not. But that maybe you couldn't buy those without windows. I mean technically. Yes. And it's mart thing to do which is what I did with a think paddock's one. Extremists duel. Boot. So you get the best of both worlds, so. Very nice. I see I see innovation. Let's take a little time out. I want to do an ad. I just have punish you all. No. Actually, this is something you're going to, like, Paul because you use it it's grammar early. We know Paul loves grammar early. Unsolicited many times you've said, how much you love Graham really do I think, part of the purpose of this ad from my point of view to explain the grammar Lee is not a grammar checker? I mean it does that, but that's really in the name kind of makes you think, oh, it's like spell checker only with grammar, and yes, the free version. That's what it does. It does spell checking and grammar checking, but it does a whole lot more, especially the premium version. So I want you to think of grammar Lee more as a, a writing assistant somebody looking over your shoulder to help you write better to look and sound smarter. You can improve your communication at school and at work, and almost anywhere with grammar early because it's context aware. It knows if you're writing a blog post or an essay, you know. Academic, if you're writing academic stuff for a work memo and it helps you pick the right words, the right choices, even the right style..
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Light available. It won't be calm won't be the new Kwok. No. I think I think it will be a slightly more formal discussion around the vagueness that they just described here. In other words, you know, you may have seen. We talk about modern OS now we're gonna talk about how we think we're going to get to it. And maybe even here's the name or, you know, here's rough timing on how this is gonna look there will be surfaced devices because there will there will be third party devices, because they will, I think, Mary, Jo referenced the Lenovo announcement from the past month, where they had a folding computer, and they, it's going to run some kind of windows, but they wouldn't say what it was even when asked, which is really weird. Because, you know, you look at that you think it's going to run windows ten right now. Like you know, we'll see what we'll see what it runs. That's interesting. That's a hint right there. Because they would be telling the OEM's now. Assume. Yeah. Fortunately, that weird paragraph kind of destroyed the impact of what I thought was kind of interesting. I mean these are these new PC's at computations are kind of cool. Yeah, they're interesting. Right. They're not the same old same old, which is kind of good the about this. I, I just wrote a an editorial about the PC generally it's like here's this market that is by all accounts, kind of failing, right? It's two thirds. The size it used to be PC sales down every year for seven years in a row, it is the, the market itself is a smaller than the market for smartphones on an annual basis. It's like one third, the size from a actually it's less than one third one fifth size from a actually it's less than one fifth to whatever it's a tiny tiny percentage the size of the smartphone market from a sales perspective. And yet, like I said, there are three major PC announcement events every year, there's only really one for smartphones. Not counting. The fact that obviously Samsung an apple big enough, they do. They're on invents. This some innovation occurring here. And one of the neat side effects. You know, we talk a lot about the negative stuff around the not selling as many PC's windows isn't as popular people using phones. But the interesting thing is, there's a positive side effect. All this and the PC it's it as really returned to what it was in the beginning, you know, which is a productivity machine essentially, I'm earliest people use it for gaming etcetera, etcetera. But it's, it's, it's kind of like a purpose driven kind of a device, now and I have to say, I really liked that. It's not getting muddled up with all this other stuff that we do on phones now, right? I don't have to worry about Facebook or Instagram on my PC. I for me. I'm a writer. It's my stuff is its web browser. It's writing utilities. And, and, you know, a graphics editor whatever it's, it's super purpose driven. And if you look at these PC's what you see are mostly premium PC's. They kind of target that kind of a new PC market. It's like the modern PC. It's you know, there's innovation occurring multi-screen folding screen weird, you know, accordion PC from Intel if you saw that was kind of interesting, but it just it seems purposeful, now whereas in the past, you know, windows, eight timeframe those kind of a spouse around on my God. We've got to stop the ipad. You know, we have to turn these things to the tablets, you know, and today, it seems like a little more thoughtful, and I, I, I just I like where the PC's at. And if you, you can see it in, and that list of PC's layover showing that are in the Microsoft post. Who'll I this is like a surface studio, laptop. And they say with one hundred percent at color accuracy, which is pretty cool. Right. So I talked about in the past, but the big thing there is a Acer's customers were coming to it. And saying, look, we're creative professionals. We need a particular kind of computer, but the only computers, you sell that meet, those needs are gaming computers. Right. And they look like boy racer, toys, right call what he was. You know, graphics desires, should I buy a gaming computer?.
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"And here's they actually had three separate posts. And this was only one of them in, for some reason they thought to jam it into the middle of two concrete announcements, yes. Strange place evident. But I think that it would be an appropriate post to say, hey, look, we want to throw this out there, because we think we wanted calm, we want to start a conversation about what the perfect operating system would would have. Right. Actually would've been a great way to do that. I like your thinking on that. Because if you did it as this is where we're going in the future. Then again you get into that problem. Ooh. Should I upgrade or not upgrade? Right. But if you just say, we're just thinking at high level about these concepts. I mean, want you guys to weigh in. I suspect that been great. That's also honest in building this, but how they are building. They're building it. Is this the windows? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Definitely pretty. We're building it from the thing is, though, listen, it's, it's the virtuous cycle thing again. Right. So light OS is not a completely new thing. It's still based on the same component is, you know windows system. Whatever there are things that are going to they can bring to light OS that may seem new and exciting. But many of those things are going to be applicable to windows as well. I mean for all of the negatives that surround any classic desktop operating system, complexity and the terribleness of updating and so forth. I mean, there are numerous benefits and for people who do certain things with the computer that type of machine is going to be a necessity forever for them. Right. And that's fine. I mean, you don't have to it doesn't have to be positioned, like we're replacing windows, you know, we're, we're, we're, we're odds are tolls. Yeah. This is what, which is where we would like to take windows. Right. And. And. Ten. Right. And if you could say that some of the things we're coming back to regular windows, ten or that would that would come little look at all that stuff. In other words, it's like how does instant on work on a PC today? Really, right? Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't sometimes it's kind of instant. Sometimes it's like why isn't the thing turn it on, you know, it's, it's, it's a computer. It's a complicated architecture. It's a complicated system. Just doesn't work all the time. The truth. Right. So the goal is always work. I don't think it can work with windows, but maybe it can work with this future thing, which will be simpler and whatever. Right. So they, they haven't even they haven't even described windows core OS publicly yet, but it's going to be the underpinnings. We are strongly confident admitted that exists public. Now they haven't. Scribe it. I've asked people about it, and they're like, yeah, we're not ready to talk about it yet. So they've set it. But not like in a blog poster, formerly or whatever. But I think I think they need to start talking about that, and explain. Okay. This is how we're going to do this. We're gonna take this thing we're going to extend one core. We're going to try to do better with it. We're gonna make the sinkhole windows, Koros them. We're gonna put shells on top of it. You know all the things that we've been writing about that. No one's ever written officially for Microsoft. I think it would go a long way to coming people down. And just say this is where we're going in the future..
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"WI fi, and LT, five G, specifically, right. Jay now. Well, maybe that Lenovo device that they wouldn't say which version of windows. In this thing, specifically, these aren't merely enablers. I see in the second paragraph there enablers into lighters. Delight is okay. So that is the one word is delighted Microsoft to note back, what I saw delighted. And I said, and by the way, delight there's not a word. That's awesome. Fun of you for using it. They use the word vision there, which means it's not what we have today, and then for the first time modern is capitalized. Oh, that means it's a property, top is to modern desktop is. But nowhere else in this. Nowhere else. Okay. This doesn't really just really this cruise wrote this. And, and so everyone listening, we're not, we're not being grammar nitpickers here as much as it sounds like we are. We're just trying to say when you read this, you don't know what this is. No. So actually, when we're absolutely not being nitpickers one thing that we have developed a carefully honed skills for because we cover Microsoft is parsing, their language to understand what it is. They're really trying to say now what's beautiful about this is this could very closely. Follow another story that we'll have coming up later about this windows home ultra thing where they could come back later and say, guys guys, we never said anything about another operating system. We're not talking about anything. That's not windows future of windows. Maybe they, they could completely deny this. But here's the thing, I reading this, anyone watching the show should read this. I mean, if you're interested in windows at all, which it seems like you would be why does this say brick wall into my namely? Anyway. Figure out where you are in the only. Geographic feature. I can see servic wall. It's anyway, so I believe I believe in as this parts and opinion for sure, I think this is their first public feeler for what they're planning. And I think it's light OS. I think what they're what they're trying to get into people's ideas. Aheads is the idea that they'll be this other thing that will be a modern take on an operating system, by the way, upper case. Okay. Has said to me or is said, on Twitter, wherever it comments. It sounds like the describing IOS, and that's it has inciteful, because we know from dealing with Terry Meyerson in the past that his plan for the apps store, ecosystem, and everything was not to model Android. Right. But was rather to be more like IRS, and he meant that literally in the good and bad sense. Like he wanted it to be a walled garden protected, you know, locked off and I that's very interesting because if you read it, it's like one of those things change the words, no change it for modern OS to Iowa. And you're like, yeah. This pretty much does bio. It's really a I would say it's a manifest oh for what an operating system should be. I, I don't feel like it's doable me. Neither none of the existing operating system. Clinton chrome OS her. Iowa's to seamless updates with no interruptions, in every case you have to reboot secure by default. That's a nice aspirational goal. But as we know, undoable always connected never have to worry about a dead spot. But what if I'm in a dead spot? By the way, just in case. It's not obvious. There are a couple of terms in the in there that are Microsoft classics, she cared by default goes back to the. Yeah. Trustworthy, computing issue, two thousand two I think it was always connected, right? As he always connected PC, initiative, that Microsoft and Intel both have both with different hyphenation. And then there are some actual brand new terms in here, which lack of interesting ways. Hyphen. Right until hyphen. Eights always connected. Microsoft doesn't multi sense. Interesting. Right. Because it's not describing anything. We're not comfortable with already today for the most part..
"paul doing" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Sure. Modern future. Hello. Guys hell L this. But we've been talking about for a while. This modern windows thing. I saw this. And I thought I would be interested in that if they started from the ground up. You are. They know that would be nice. Well, it's a major taking. But yeah. Now it's not that not that at all, but before we even get into that, I need to rand. Oh. Because it's well it's a rant related to this. Oh, I got the gong ready. Okay. Okay. We're ready. Okay. So Microsoft is that computrac? It's like you're all their PC maker partners. They put out this long blog post talking about all the new PC's that everyone's showing a computrac tes then they throw in this paragraph about a modern OS into it. That's where saw. Yeah. So guys we, we say this windows weekly every week, but can you communicate, please, can you really, really want to tell you how much I enjoy the fact that you're ranting about something that I want a rant about because this is this is absolutely a huge problem the way they did this. They are enabling innovation and opportunity on the intelligent edge the way they did this. And how is so horrible. Well. And they dropped this thing on us last night at eight PM or something, I literally, I looked at it on my phone. I had to install it on my phone. It was too small to read, because it doesn't property stroll around I went by on my computer. I the thing up again. I looked at it. I was like, PCP see mono s IOT, nothing. And so I have forwarded, it some heady, and I said, I don't know if you're around tonight, but if you are look through this CVC anything interesting, it doesn't look like this anything important here. I'll look at it again in the morning. That I looked at it again in the morning and I was like, oh my God. They may have just dropped the first public, hint a outs light OS probably, or whatever we're calling this thing, and here's the well, I wouldn't call it. Right. Yep. Okay. So one is okay. They announce all these PC's at competence with their partners. And they're all running windows, ten some running probably eighteen three some eighteen o nine maybe some even nineteen three and then they start talking about this aspirational idea of, here's where we'd like to take our operating system platform in the future. So, none of those PC's that are shown are running this. That's right. Right. And they probably will not be great. In fact, all of those PC's are premium computers. They are they're going to be running advanced versions of windows, ten right? You to get this is a I broke this Leo's living in can't say it on the text of the thing. I broke this down in my article because this is I often use this as a joke, but it is particularly publ in this case, if you were to push this through word and ask it to summarize it. It would come up with a blank page. It says nothing the first sentence isn't even grammatical these new modern PC's and innovative devices, the ecosystem will continue to build and bring to market in the future. Oh, comma, require a modern operating system, but eventually get it. They're getting so. So that's, that's the premise is, these are great, new PC's, which require a modern operating system, not the one, they're running. Yeah, but we wish he knows because the very first neighbor, they discuss is seamless updates that are done invisibly in the background with a deterministic, reliable and instant. No interruptions, right. Okay. So a couple more points, Microsoft uses the word modern just helter skelter throughout their world. Like windows, modern has had the modern you. I write windows, eight apps where modern right for metro for about ten minutes. The metro design language at one point was called modern, I believe, right?.