22 Burst results for "Pentium"

"pentium" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"pentium" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm like I don't I'm starting to but ease becomes obsessive on board I didn't play it for a week and then now I'm playing it again and I'm like to move on he's playing like four other games on other devices in TV so he has an outlet this is my only though this is Christina Destro two SMI talkers my basement is taking me forever to pay off I'm I just have under a million laughed yeah under qualified he is relaxed and I feel the need to just keep building and building because I said I might be the anti animal crossing player I just feel like tiny house my tent will do yeah I know it depends on what it would be over I judge your minimalism in my real life no my issue right now yeah you tell me you're transferring your real stuff animal crossing I wish things were simpler times don your inability to play other games at the same time yes what's affecting you your half like I am what I do design you need to from what I understand you have to complete every game and take it to the highest level then you can put it down yes it should yeah completion is like I start podcast from the very beginning our podcast I'm listening to we're up to two thousand sixteen right now and I'm they started from the beginning wow was or did it start four two thousand two thousand fourteen so I need to years of podcast you can I'm not I'm hearing them talk about the election it's going to turn out different you just wait we are so glad I get to hang out with you guys because you guys are way more cycle than I he's thank you every day you guys when we come back everyone off the fabulous quiz next another Lori and Julia moment big head big album for this guy I know George the usual first name what what does it rhyme with if you are older the how long a user I think it's done start and why would you amazing we're sick of that excuse again it's it's Pentium beneath you.

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"pentium" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Help us mere mortals. How can you help? What would be one, two, three ways that you could help. Me be a better man. Well, I okay. I, you know, I I'm not doing the Val of celibacy. Okay. You're not doing that one up joking. Well, no. I mean, if I could, if you want to do that, I could help you. Not recommending it, but but I can help you. But anyway. Well, God, there's so many things to say. I mean, there's so many things to say started start me off. Pretend pretend like whatever. Like what would be the three things that you would hope that I could? Well, it depends on who the person is with you. We'd have to hang out and I try to be helpful. I'm not primarily guru. But I do have these various situations in this IT p. Ecorse where I'm trying to be helpful at. So sharing what I know. So I, we wrote that book the life wear given George mattered ni- about a two year experiment. We did based on my big book, the future, the body marginally and his book master, and these the marriage of those. And then we cook this thing up and then two years we wrote a book about it. Now it's filled with the ways and means so anybody can take read that book. So I could start with anyone as we do in the book the greatest traditions as well as the greatest crafts. A typically begin with some sort of statement of right attitude right attitude that's in in Buddhism right attitude. But at today, right attitude for me, I. Think must be governed by this vision of heaven and earth. This of what I choosing the call evolutionary pen NT ISM own, which is pan. NTM is the doctrine that divine is will transcend it an imminent within. So the whole. Yeah, Pentium is the divine is just everything is God down here. The ISM is got his everything up their penalty. ISM says both and Evelyn canary simply reminds us that the cosmos is evolving and we are always evolving. All right. So however, that is framed. The first thing is I just say to people, let's say working with sports folks, that right attitude. So let's talk about if you're here, talk about your experiences in the light of this vision. So for example, that's where I hear things like this guy in the locker room, trying to say to him where you and I are one and they're pretty soon they get him in the shower. They thought he was getting, you know, losing it. So the right attitude and language, and then in terms of practices to find. A way forward for yourself in mindfulness practice. Now, if you can meditate, that is great. It is such so much work gets done. So simply huge return on investment, you know, talking to business, but you wanna return on investment. So here you in the simple act..

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Microsoft Surface Go Review Roundup: A Mixed Bag

Techmeme Ride Home

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft Surface Go Review Roundup: A Mixed Bag

"In addition to its an. Uber and Detroit hubs. It has offices in Austin, Texas, San Mateo, California, and London, and quote, as Twitter user startup m. n. Jackson who claims. Interestingly, to be the artist formerly known as start up l. Jackson tweeted, quote, Jackson's law, you can absolutely build a multibillion dollar start up in the upper mid west. It just can't be sexy like at all. Since he's been in the headlines so much recently. One more quick update on Facebook's departing chief security officer, Alex stamos stay. Most is officially now leaving Facebook on August seventeenth, and his new gig will be to become an adjunct professor at Stanford where he will also be part of a faculty working group called information warfare. The remote of which is to examine the role of security and technology and society. Interestingly, Facebook, apparently does not plan to name a successor to the chief security officer position on Twitter stamos wrote, quote, Silicon Valley faces, many challenges than I am encouraged that there are so many dedicated thoughtful and skilled people continuing to tackle these challenges at Facebook. I will miss everyone, but I look forward to collaborating with them in the future. Preliminary reviews of the surface go are in and they're a bit of a mixed bag over at and gadget defender. Hardware says that the surface go is the ideal cheap windows tablet. Almost. It's not quite an ipad killer, but it's still useful. Quote, I'll admit the surface go is full of compromises. It slow and it's limited by windows tens, slim tablet apps election, but it also has a keyboard that blows away any other tablet, and it can run normal windows software if necessary. It's not meant for everyone. But if you're in the niche, it's targeted at it could be the windows tablet. You've been waiting for and quote at the verge dealer bone says, it's better than he expected, but it does have its flaws quote after using the surface go for the past couple of days I realized I've been over thinking it the surface go is simply a very small surface with everything that entails. It's a little less. Powerful and probably not the right thing to be your only computer, but as a secondary machine for windows users, it could have a real place and quote at mash -able Raymond Wong is way more critical, giving it a three point, two, five stars out of five. He said the service go is painfully slow to us barely better than a net book quote. I've been struggling to figure out who Microsoft surface go is actually good for if you already own surface pro or any laptop y, would you buy a smaller tablet with huge Basil's that often chokes windows ten up due to its underpowered Intel Pentium processor? Why would you wanna type on a cramped a little keyboard, but then it hit me the answer's right in the name the surface go is good for when you're on the move. And that's really it. And quote, contrast that with Alex Krantz at Gizmodo who calls the surface, go practically perfect quote, if you have the money and you want a solid windows machine. That's primarily for browsing emailing and word processing the surface go, is it the device you need to by looking for a second computer? It's a no brainer. Splurge on this one. There might be faster budget, laptops, and there might be cheaper ones. But the surface go feels like a perfect representation of wet laptops at this price should be and quote. So I don't know. I have links to all the reviews and the show notes, I guess it's up to you to figure out who to believe. Tech main right home is sponsored by medal lab that alab is one of the few design agencies in the world that can take a product idea from end to end from napkin sketch to real shipped product. Let's look at medal apps work for Google. You've heard of amp, right? That framework that allows web content to load. Lightning-fast. Google came no medal app to create demos that showcased amps capabilities and showed developers what was possible with the technology. So meta lab created example sites, including four art.

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The Surface Go reviews are in, and... they’re a bit all over the place

Techmeme Ride Home

04:21 min | 3 years ago

The Surface Go reviews are in, and... they’re a bit all over the place

"In addition to its an. Uber and Detroit hubs. It has offices in Austin, Texas, San Mateo, California, and London, and quote, as Twitter user startup m. n. Jackson who claims. Interestingly, to be the artist formerly known as start up l. Jackson tweeted, quote, Jackson's law, you can absolutely build a multibillion dollar start up in the upper mid west. It just can't be sexy like at all. Since he's been in the headlines so much recently. One more quick update on Facebook's departing chief security officer, Alex stamos stay. Most is officially now leaving Facebook on August seventeenth, and his new gig will be to become an adjunct professor at Stanford where he will also be part of a faculty working group called information warfare. The remote of which is to examine the role of security and technology and society. Interestingly, Facebook, apparently does not plan to name a successor to the chief security officer position on Twitter stamos wrote, quote, Silicon Valley faces, many challenges than I am encouraged that there are so many dedicated thoughtful and skilled people continuing to tackle these challenges at Facebook. I will miss everyone, but I look forward to collaborating with them in the future. Preliminary reviews of the surface go are in and they're a bit of a mixed bag over at and gadget defender. Hardware says that the surface go is the ideal cheap windows tablet. Almost. It's not quite an ipad killer, but it's still useful. Quote, I'll admit the surface go is full of compromises. It slow and it's limited by windows tens, slim tablet apps election, but it also has a keyboard that blows away any other tablet, and it can run normal windows software if necessary. It's not meant for everyone. But if you're in the niche, it's targeted at it could be the windows tablet. You've been waiting for and quote at the verge dealer bone says, it's better than he expected, but it does have its flaws quote after using the surface go for the past couple of days I realized I've been over thinking it the surface go is simply a very small surface with everything that entails. It's a little less. Powerful and probably not the right thing to be your only computer, but as a secondary machine for windows users, it could have a real place and quote at mash -able Raymond Wong is way more critical, giving it a three point, two, five stars out of five. He said the service go is painfully slow to us barely better than a net book quote. I've been struggling to figure out who Microsoft surface go is actually good for if you already own surface pro or any laptop y, would you buy a smaller tablet with huge Basil's that often chokes windows ten up due to its underpowered Intel Pentium processor? Why would you wanna type on a cramped a little keyboard, but then it hit me the answer's right in the name the surface go is good for when you're on the move. And that's really it. And quote, contrast that with Alex Krantz at Gizmodo who calls the surface, go practically perfect quote, if you have the money and you want a solid windows machine. That's primarily for browsing emailing and word processing the surface go, is it the device you need to by looking for a second computer? It's a no brainer. Splurge on this one. There might be faster budget, laptops, and there might be cheaper ones. But the surface go feels like a perfect representation of wet laptops at this price should be and quote. So I don't know. I have links to all the reviews and the show notes, I guess it's up to you to figure out who to believe. Tech main right home is sponsored by medal lab that alab is one of the few design agencies in the world that can take a product idea from end to end from napkin sketch to real shipped product. Let's look at medal apps work for Google. You've heard of amp, right? That framework that allows web content to load. Lightning-fast. Google came no medal app to create demos that showcased amps capabilities and showed developers what was possible with the technology. So meta lab created example sites, including four art.

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Apple Fixed the MacBook Keyboard, But It’s Only For Pros

The Tech Guy

03:37 min | 3 years ago

Apple Fixed the MacBook Keyboard, But It’s Only For Pros

"We have. Nicely moderated by our but team of community moderators such a good job. Lot of talk a lot of talk about the new MAC book pro, and I have one I'm sitting in front of it right now. So apple last week, surprised. Everybody. Especially those people who had just bought a MAC book pro after the worldwide developers conference thinking, oh, there's not going to be a new macbook pro and released a new macbook pro, they and they released it with the new Intel processors, the eighth generation processors, including one the, I nine that has six cores in it. Apple didn't change the design at all. It's exactly the same design as last year's MAC book pro in the year before. Well, actually, there's one exception. They did make a slight improvement to the keyboard. They said that the improvement was to make it less noisy here. I'll type on it. It's not it's it is really slightly less clicky, what they didn't want to admit to because they're facing three class action, lawsuits about the durability, the keyboard, but they didn't want to admit to is that they also fixed. It's durability, although a leaked memo has now shown that that was one of the reasons what they did is they added a little kind of barrier a little shield little silicone shield to keep crumbs from getting underneath the keys which had been the problem, even dust and making a key nonfunctional. And because of the design of this keyboard apple, apple has a fetish for making things thin. And so they made the design of this keyboard very difficult to repair its, you actually have to replace much of the computer. It's a seven hundred dollar fix if you don't have the warranty. So apple did put a little dome in there. It actually improves the keyboard. I should tell you, I'm one of the people who hates. These, they call it the butterfly key. That's apples term for it. I've got, you know the first butterfly keyboards returned the computer. Got the next generation return the computer. This one I'm gonna keep. Actually. It's a slight difference. Still the travel is very short. He's moved very little. But what I didn't like about the old one is when it hit the bottom, it really was a Fudd. It really hurt a little bit, and I think the little silicone barrier not only sealing it from crumbs and making a little bit. Quieter is also makes it a little cushier and I, you know, I like it. I don't mind. I don't mind it, but that's not where they're getting a lot of heat and I. Pun intended there, getting heat on the on the cooling of the laptop. Now this understand what's going on here. You have to understand how modern processors work the old days you say, well, you got a, you know, nine megahertz processor hundred megahertz processor. That's a p ninety Pentium ninety megahertz, and that was its clock speed. But starting about ten years ago, Intel started to add something. They called speeds step the ability of a processor to speed up and slow down. It would it could speed up too quickly handle, you know, high demand tasks and then slow down to its nominal speed to save power and the and the ranges can be quite quite broad. This I nine processor ranges from two point nine gigahertz that's it's nominal speed to something like, I think it was four point. Two Yuga hurts get very, very fast. And the idea is it gives you power when you need it and and battery savings when you don't. And of.

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Microsoft's $399 Surface Go aims to stand out from iPads or Chromebooks

America on the Road

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft's $399 Surface Go aims to stand out from iPads or Chromebooks

"They call just a dollar to unlock and then fifteen cents per minute for you to use them the people are ticked off the scooter users they don't wear helmets they don't obey state laws they ride on the sidewalks and the public outrage over these scooters just heating up these birds scooters are now appearing in seventeen us city so if they're not in your hometown yet they're coming sued lime as i mentioned is their competitor they raised three hundred and thirty five million dollars in funding i mean who would have ever thought that electric scooters could be yet another rideshare economy uber invested in line they have evaluation of one point one billion dollars it's the second scooter company that's right scooter company to become a unicorn you know what a unicorn is dance a startup that is now worth more than one billion dollars lime was going to call themselves corn but then an investor came up and said then it would be no oh no corn edit that one was a stretch here company called magic leap and they've been working in supersecret studios trying to come up with the next version of augmented reality glasses these are the glass that they hope that the average joe and jane might wear they're backed by google alibaba this past week they said okay come on have a look what we've built they show prerecorded clips of the gods and action and announce that i did partnership with at to exclusively sell all these wireless gadgets here in the united states the proud is called the magically one's gonna ship later this year and i'll tell you looking at the videos i guess i don't know i guess i expected more i'm not sure that moore is but i just wanted something more i mean after all they raised four hundred sixty one million dollars in the last funding round led by the kingdom of saudi arabia's sovereign investment arm the total funding for these glasses two point three billion dollars to date i mean for two point three billion dollars expected more than just a little animated character on the floor or mount everest with fun facts all around it could you imagine people walking around with these vr glasses just slapped on their faces i mean because people are not already distracted enough looking at their phones when they're walking down the street i mean just think of all the new laws we're going to have to pass to protect the idiots from selves when these things go mainstream and in other hardware news microsoft still has not thrown in the towel or given up on their whole tablet marketplace the hardware i'm talking about this past week they announced the three hundred ninety nine dollars surface go and they say it's their smallest their cheapest ten inch tablet ways just one point one five pounds quarter pound lighter than the surface three ted heavier than the one point three pound ipad it doesn't look that much different than the surface three the ten inch screen is almost smaller okay doesn't do a core forthright intel pentium processor microsoft says thirty percent faster than the surface three you can choose like four gigs sixty four gigs.

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Three Billion Dollars, One Billion Dollars and Ten Inch discussed on Programming

Programming

03:09 min | 3 years ago

Three Billion Dollars, One Billion Dollars and Ten Inch discussed on Programming

"They cost a dollar to unlock and then fifteen cents per minute for you to use them the people are ticked off the scooter users they don't wear helmets they don't obey state laws they ride on the sidewalks and public outrage over these scooters just heating up these birds scooters are now appearing in seventeen us city so they're not in your hometown yet they're coming soon lime as i mentioned is their competitor they raised three hundred and thirty five million dollars in funding i mean who would have ever thought at electric scooters could be yet another rideshare economy over invested in line they have evaluation at one point one billion dollars is the second scooter company that's right scooter company to become a unicorn you know what a unicorn is that's a start up that is now worth more than one billion dollars lime was going to call themselves corn but then an investor came up and said then it would be no no corn edit all right that one was a stretch are ever hear of a company called magic leap and they've been working in supersecret studios trying to come with the next version of augmented reality glasses and these are the glasses that they hope that the average joe and jane might wear they're backed by google alibaba this past week they said okay come on have a look at what we've built they show prerecorded clips of the gods and action and announce that i did a partnership with at and t to exclusively sell all these wireless gadgets here in the united states the proud is called the magically one's gonna ship later this year and i'll tell you looking at the videos i guess i don't know i guess i expected more i'm not sure that moore is but i just wanted something more i mean after all they raised four hundred sixty one million dollars in the last funding round led by the kingdom of saudi arabia's sovereign investment arm the total funding for these glasses two point three billion dollars to date i mean for two point three billion dollars iceberg to more than just a little animated character on the floor mount everest with fun facts all around it could you imagine people walking around with these vr glasses just swept on their faces i mean because people are not already distracted enough looking at their phones when they're walking down the street i mean just think of all the new laws we're going to have to pass to protect the idiots from selves when these things go mainstream and other hardware news microsoft still has not thrown in the towel or given up on their whole tablet marketplace the hardware i'm talking about this past week they announced the three hundred ninety nine dollars surface go they say it's their smallest is their cheapest ten inch tablet ways just one point one five pounds quarter pound lighter than the surface three ted heavier than the one point three pound ipad it doesn't look that much different than the surface three the ten inch screen is almost a full inch smaller okay does a dual core for threat intel pentium processor microsoft says thirty percent faster than the surface three you can choose like four gigs sixty four gigs of ram to start getting.

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"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Of the of the cpu business from amd yeah i know it will be considering all the stuff that happened fifteen years ago with pentium four in am in athlon if rise in three ends up being seven nanometers before until gets there are you adding this to like no no but i will definitely i thought you were like i'm doing this during the show no no i don't think you'll forget that would be so that would be so much fun so on the subject of all of this lighting a fire under intel's but i think we've got time for one more topic with you and i think this is probably the best one jim keller is joining intel so this is supposed to buy none lock twenty one on the forum and the original article is w ccf tech so whatever you might think about them you can keep it to yourself because this is like a confirmed thing so just chill out but basically i mean this is not even this is not this doesn't do justice to to the guys resume but it says amd's zen and athlon sixty four cpu architect so pretty much the only times that amd has built anything competitive with intel in the last ten years the architects behind them jim keller has joined intel so this is after stints at apple where i believe was he working on cpu or gp at apple do do you do you remember.

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"pentium" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Unfilter

"Stocks full of former military contractors and military personnel light can't kevin here and kevin is a welltrained a former soldier who knows justce what a government needs and just the answer governments looking for benz military on military and we've seen apt 37 since two thousand fifteen but they've been operating since two thousand twelve and they decided just recently the stopped doing just military against military and are starting to hack the private sector and also starting to hack off the korean peninsula sue this is the big message he's here to deliver is north korea's no longer going militarytomilitary they're taking their pentium threes their windows media players editor golan after privatesector they've gotten good enough that there tier1 targets they can now operate at the scale and scope or the beyond tear juan and they're starting to hit other congential target did they do that because they lose against our military and our governor pyotr said i figure that will find other covert ways of getting round it now i don't think that said i think there were frozen he's a pretty intense individualism a young he's very hyperfocused that they figure that will find other covert ways of getting round it now i don't think that's it i think there were folks on south korea first and now they're focus on other interests beside south korea so i think it's just their capability has gotten to the point where they can take on more targeting work at a wider brett what what does the government do with information like this you know you need to be aware rupees you want to be able to defend against it but it's a tough one i mean because of the anonymity on the internet he speaking to the camera there isn't that interesting well he's very media say actually not necessarily he may be looking at a monitor that is not i repeat i want to be able to settle or near the cameras you watch how he goes to their defend against it but it's a tough one i mean because of the anonymity and now he's going to turn to the host the on the internet and because every modern nations following deserves lewis he owns aged men in the interview yeah there's some other guy who's just sitting there not saying anything as he directly the online you got to be aware of the threatened tolerance you've got to be aware that there.

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"pentium" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To go to that shell pentium performance line it'd be joined by look very few people that can say this joined by the greatest player in the history of the jacksonville jaguars you energized he's a finalist for the pro football hall of fame the sheeran does some work uh calling games for the jacksonville jaguars on the radio side it's tony boselli second overall pick in 1995 tony thanks for being with us this has got to be an electric time in the city of jacksonville really for the first time since you were a dominant player there i mean out so yes was muslim that's how long it's been less than we went through the nfc championship pack i always point that's a long time ago it is it's it's a huge moment in jack spoke for the fans for the franchise because as you guys know you got a couple of his post as anybody it's been a ten years since i made the playoffs and it's not just ten years of barely missing in his ten years of pretty bad football time so for them to go from three wins last year to uh the apes jim giving us the patriots is you to pretty unreal listen there's a lot of credit to go round but to me this one i all i got a lot of it to the people putting this team together rarely do you see the move makers there make the right moves both in free agency and in the draft and they they have been hit on all cylinders last couple of years no you're right i mean it's it's going to work in progress now they brought in com back this year uh cooks kachler i still refer to him just because i don't feel like dealing with his ira in the hallway his uh uh a big part of it i mean just as credit to use for the.

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"pentium" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on WDRC

"Way we've been talking about that number one number two uh there is there hasn't been a a studied a martyr the terrorists who have gone into ramallah and blow themselves up by the way did not they are not considered a suicide bombers 'cause suicide in islam is against us again as against laureates against islamic law if you commit suicide you're not buried in the stomach cemetery so you have to be a a uh homicide bomber not a suicide bomber let's get it through someone's thicket number two so you don't you haven't seen anyone going into the city of ramallah which is in the palestinian authority and blowing himself up orange noon and blowing himself up you have to go into into israel proper to blow up murder people there and number two is that the person who does this already knows that there are two family health it's not that old sentence a surprise to the family that that person the the military's comey in the now destroying the the person who blew himself up no that these are the consequences if you murder people i there this is the consequences by the way there is no death penalty if a terrorist hurts so it doesn't doesn't i do know that he cannot be punished by death there's no death penalty for terrorism in israel were tried thing should be changed but that i know that's a long holiday done by gripe dennis there are two sides of the matter it's okay so might my statement to this committee is up second why only stop with caterpillar we have between technology and health there was so many different companies that have produce that are being produced a they'd have to stop using this for example pentium and so law the laurent computer processor chip yup for personal computers in the network these weren't developed and many many of them were developed and manufactured in israel uh let's see besides that i i there's a list here of so you want to boycott israel is a list of products and services he needs to stop with and there's a whole list on the web i give it one example of which really got it was interesting is that this is simply for the people in the portland they'd love this one to not by an electric car as it is likely to.

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"pentium" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Nothing surprise me in this fight not even a second as a matter of fact i'm surprised it wasn't more dominant and i agree with you that jose aldo has not lost a step jose auto is still the same man who who defended a title for a decade he's just as good he's not old he hasn't lost a step but the new quad core processors of come out and they're doing calculations just way too fast he's a pentti he's a he's a pentium pentium one processing computer and he still can do calculations and play played plato tech mobile games of on on his computer but now we've now this the max holloway he's doing call of duty and and he's doing he's doing your taxes and he's doing everything else because he's multitasking he's just that much better than him and i don't care if they fight again jose aldo needs to pack up a suitcase and go to a different division because no matter how many times he fights he's going to get destroyed by max holloway they're just not on the same page any longer yeah i don't i don't even see going up in weight would be a good decision for him i don't i don't even see him possibly losing a muscle in training himself to go into the bantamweight division either so i don't i don't think this gets better for joe the auto i think this is the day his his run italy dambiyn was the best say he could have done yet i just don't see.

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"pentium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Anything that has the word universal in it is radioactive to your retirement plan open other reason the agents are trying to pull this whole khan on people is the commission's that they earned on the various flavors of this universal life insurance are massive and the worst part of the kind job their polling is these policies have jain norma's fees built in to them and also the added bonus that often the policies blow up on people that they run out of money and if you can't meet with soon as a capital color cashcall your account you have poured all this money into gets wiped out and you end up instead with the tax benefit a giant tax liability it's it's terrible stuff well thank you for calling you are there are a lot of people are going to be uh falling for lee's ads misleading rip off so let's talk about you were you self employed yes that's correct pentium aren't groin social security at the age of sixty two and i still want parttime and i'm still paying into the pond okay so you're working part time do you know that you can save for your own retirement even while you are semi retire how can house how all right so the best vehicle for you to do it is to use some of this parttime income you have to find at least in part a roth ira the roth is truly a taxfree a cow and you're able to put up to fifty six at your age sixty five hundred dollars each year into.

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"pentium" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on WTMA

"Anything that has the word universal in it is radioactive to your retirement plan open the reason the agents are trying to pull this whole kind on people is the commission's that they earned on the various flavors of this universal life insurance are massive and the worse part of the kind job their polling is these policies have jain nor fees built in to them and also the added bonus that often the policies blow up on people that they run out of money and if you can't meet with soon as a capital color cashcall your account that you have poured all this money into gets wiped out and you end up instead with a tax benefit a giant tax liability it's it's terrible stuff well thank you for joining us about harken i'm sure a lot of people are going to be a hotline pretty bad just a misleading rip off so let's talk about you or you self employed uh yet correct pentium aren't drawing social security at the age of sixty two and i still work parttime and i'm still paying into the fund okay so you're working part time do you know that you can save for your own retirement even while you are semi retired how can house how all right so the best vehicle for you to do it is to use some of this parttime income you have to find at least in part a roth ira on a roth is truly a taxfree account and you're able to put up to fifty six your age sixty five hundred dollars.

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"pentium" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

"That's some great news is now possible to get your pentium subscription via pay pow or your credit card the premiums subscription allows you to access all episodes of brain science including about six years of content recorded before two thousand thirteen and all episode transcripts way to access premium an three content is through the three rain science mobile app which is available for i o s android and windows phone you'll find it in your favorite apps store to learn more about premium go to brain cents pike yes dot com look into brain science the podcast for everyone has a brain this episode one hundred thirty eight and i'm your host started ginger campbell my guest today is dr john medina he first appeared on the brain size podcast back in episode thirty seven which originally aired in two thousand eight today we are talking about his latest book brain rules for ageing well ten principles for stain vital happy and sharp even though this episode is less technical than some recent podcasts i will come back after the interview to review key ideas and to make a few announcements as always you can get complete show notes and episode transcripts at brain science podcast dot com and you can send me feedback at brain size plot against itchy male dot com welcome back to brain science do realize that it's been nine years since we last talker maybe i wouldn't brain rules first ky what yeah yeah i'm looking forward to talking about your new book.

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"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Yeah hormone hero bring this up seven million like it keeps on trucking this one and then or i three core i 5 and cry seven as fast as possible of a million for can views are what is the core i nine that's got a million since three months ago people like i clearly understand it a little better now than they used to but at least core i nine had the advantage of continuity and i sort of people are shopping for as much through expense and the other issue to though is that they did kinda screwed up because of course i nine had simply been highend desktop yeah then shirt but they've got core i sat ends amcor i5's on the same platform and all men seventy seven forty k r accident acts i can't even remember but whatever though like the kaby lake chips on x to ninety nine they were super done when x to 99 launched now they're like super super mega ultratough because now that coffee lake has launched the me some four years you would only be buying one of those if you were just completed it or you are a professional over clock are looking for like per core records or something because coffee lake is over clocking pretty well five your herds it looks pre attainable and not just for like people who are sorting through trays and cpu so that's pretty cool anyway coming back to pentium so they brought back the pentium brand after having gotten rid of it for many years and they assigned it to their cheapo products and i was kinda like like that feels a little bit like going to said yeah it's like reusing what used to be like top enlighten cream of the cream and like going for like a nostalgia sailed to someone who like i guess in the sense it's like it's if its competitive within tells like old cp use like.

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"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Intel hired some kind of new leg senior vp of branding or marketing or like and product naming or whatever that position is where you actually make the decision about what to call the product and they did the unthinkable they managed to make intel's naming scheme were worse it's impressive you know like to give him props yeah they found a way because they had the will they ha intel were two term intel hasn't named for consumer okay like i'm not talking about you know ziana itanian slight poultry itanian sounds pretty cool humblest cultural since codename intel's codenames are so good a lot of the time sometimes they're down skull trail allows so cool boom train omar god i mean even stuff like all pine ridge yeah that's pretty cool be like yeah i want like an intel alpine rich hell yeah that's a thunderbolt controller by the way it ended up i mean even thunderbolt has a cool name but on this to you side okay so bad dole back in the day it was like the to eighty six and the three eighty six and forty six and all that made serrano their numbers what people remember you got your generation and you got your your instructions set okay city separatist rain cult then they got to five and they were like now let's not do five '86 let's go pentium and yell at not bad maybe part of it is that pentium has basically existed since i've had a computer let's not true we had a three '86 that me then upgraded to a forwardlooking understand that change though you're going iran's slightly less ultra hardcore yep you're you're going you're you're and then you and then you go generations of pentium okay and then ciller on i was like bashar okay.

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"pentium" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You go to scott scholars happening well matt how many vaccines have you had in order to your world traveler you must have had every back a the travel well i got the hip once i got back here to san diego were i detect vaccine right away but nice mossy when i go to india against shot an unarmed down the other uh my question from iowa upgraded defer to seven i really like it on my old uh pentium computer and i've got the franco reengage and it shows me my cpu usage by ram youtube by a swap our usage heaven and then it shows me my ip address and uh my traffic uh you know what well download traffic but um recently at a problem which i never had on my old x p was running a movie uh and running at full screen uh reveal she seemed to have a problem it was a um it was an mtv file out i get highly compressed and i'm wondering um you know like i if i had like a system adding a couple of them uh is there a diet background diagnostic that you would recommend to uh be creating a log in the background so after i have a crash i can go into that log and find out what happened you mean for four veal player there laura for though list for the whole yeah like cylinders when on and why it crash here windows hasn't event viewer and you can set up custom tom logs in their filters to see exactly sort of what's going on there is a system if you're going to give your you can look under system or applications sometimes you have to create your own but for via c what may be going on is there are addons plugins for via see that will allow it to use your video card acceleration instead of sikh you acceleration and that might help your because in k v files are notoriously tough for the cpu and if this is a an older computer he said that yes i can win two seven air it might not have a horse power to pay to play back some of the more newer more compress files you might need to use your gpu if you have a discreet video card your graphics processing unit clouds ordehe a regular jail old that's his own it is it's going to get on that machine right that's that's wait isn't really a matter of de bugging its just.

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"pentium" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The chase this at the same time the rangers were winning their first stanley cup in the sicilian years and it was a hugh i mean in new york and the knicks were in the finals of the play of care and they were breaking away from the finals to cover all j they didn't know whether they should cover oj in a bronco or the nba finals though oh and they would go and leave and do break ins i mean it was like oh that was a crazy data about 25 huge things in sports that day so think of this a year before we we had not yet heard bum bum bum bum he recognized that from commercials in dial bumper to bumper yeah the pen the pentium chip of pentium chip had just been invented java hadn't been released yet a computer animation was still four years away three years away from nintendo sixty four yang who had just been released who is using it probably nobody that those are the days of dial abreo those aol avenue you're well account big old boehlke apple computers with the coun different things were ho till five minutes or ten minutes for of webpage at a load of wow you go into when you come back when you came back you'd hope that it was finally loaded we we have to have this guy who was wrongly accused he lives right around us and he is i.

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"pentium" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Same you know same kind of step wise performance and senator from pentium you could debate whether you jump into the core i 3s versus the core m three so the court m r cp use that actually perform pretty close to the core i series by their incredibly power officiant and also are designed to not require active cooling thereby the 'em go ahead and say that i mean they're there well now you may be forgiven i was going to say where we are gonna say oh as the m as mobile it it it's really they're targeting laptop sergey yep and the pretty much the i think the the biggest introduction of these commercially was the the mac book which is the impossibly thin lowest and apple portable computer at this point they've been used in like the surface three in the surface for the hp specter x or specter x to twelve tablet i was mentioning was available with one there are several computers the use and they're the mseries brossard there's an m three and five and am seven again if he do performance comparisons they're not terribly far off from there i series come counterparts but there are a lot more power officiant and they stay locked cooler so i think generally speaking even if you get up to a pentium like started it pentium i think that that's probably plenty of performance for something we're using the program radio's run some digital mode software or even running you know full featured suffer to find radio software like and steer sharp i mean again the adam is enough for almost all that stuff.

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"pentium" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on TechStuff

"Essentially guarantee that their name would become synonymous with computers people thought of i'm buying a computer a p c at any rate not a mac than it's going to have that until inside sticker on their gonna have until inside on all the advertising and intel became a household name so it was a very valuable move on intel's part in 1990 three intel introduced the pentium line of processors i remember when that happened because it confused me is i was used to to eighty six three six forty six and then it went to pentium these were still built on the x eighty six processor architecture but they did depart from that eighty six naming system they decided to go with more trademark names and less about just numbers they part of this was probably to appeal to a larger audience of computer consumers people who probably didn't really care for referring to processors by what seemed to be meaningless numbers to them now as you can imagine these chips were more efficient and faster than their predecessors and this helped usher in an era of pc gaming among other things the faster processors allowed game developers to create software that was graphically intense and fastpaced and while games had always been part of personal computer history ever since personal computers had i come on the scene they now could rival consoles which are essentially specific computers designed to run very particular types of software so a console videogame console light the xbox or back in the day of this the super nintendo entered at nintendo entertainment system let's just a specialized computer.

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"pentium" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"pentium" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Previously for a ham radio laptop i have always own inexpensive like previously they were like a soocer down that books um more recently i have a lenovo i think it's called an idea something or other but it was a really cheap like hundred and eighty nine dollar on black friday four years ago it has a pentium and two gigs of ram that i have created of eight but assault stay dr m i ended up has radio shack was going out of business i found a twelve powered after that will power lots of different laptops in this one happens to be rf quiet so that was good and this is what i would traditionally reddit field day plugged into cigarette lighter to power pole adapter but this year i wanted something better because on the screen on that was terrible it was slow it was clunky and then all the different connections with a powered afterward was just messy so i set out to find a modern kind of windows tablet he type thing what did you find well i mean there there's a ton of things out there the probably the most popular one that comes to mind and i fall from a cpu perspective this is a ham radio thing right it's not something that i am relying on to like play video games on i'm not relying on it to do hardcore programming your hardcore math or hardcore like design or cat or anything like that i just need something with a great screen gray battery life and powerful enough to run like f l deji or scr sharp for my airspace operative find receiver or uh you know the logging software but it also needs to be convenient for field day or x turno outside udus so that means a bright screen and that means easily chargeable with things that we would have in remote powers as that having to try to either relying the battery last all time or without having a drag out a power invader so.

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