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Fresh update on "reddit" discussed on John and Ken
"Going to talk about Portland, which is undergone 80 consecutive nights of protest. Against quote, police violence and systemic racism. No, at this point, they deserve it. However, if the normal people in Portland haven't fought back by now, well, here's possibly a turning point. They have now shifted from downtown to residential neighborhoods. Crowds of demonstrators are now showing up on people's streets where they live. That is going to be a difference maker once you got if demonstrators are like in front of buildings that because of Cove in who's really going to downtown businesses anyway in office buildings That's where it's happening. You know, people get on TV and go. Ah, testis, But if they're going to start coming showing up in your neighborhood Well, John, you're right. That's time for the normal people to finally revolt. Because, well, that's if they're going to bring it to your homes. And you know what? That's exactly what I could see them saying Oh, you know, we've been down here for 80 days, and we're just standing in front of police buildings and nobody's paying any attention. And we've got to bring it to the people. See, I dont believe in their protest. I don't think they're protesting anything other than they're funded Antifa anarchists, I think I I don't think there's any sincerity in these protests at all, because no sane human being would scream for 80 days. They haven't produced any change. But what if they changed all the terms of the Portland police contract? No, they change the budget. No. Nothing's changed. All it is, is people screaming and destroying property and setting fires. I don't. I don't. I don't. I do not believe these aerial groups. I don't believe they really care about these issues. Nobody does this some of the social media postings. Actually, this's reddit and Facebook people who live in the area. One of them said, Wow, They're trash and things. It's not a BLM protest. It's a tantrum by a bunch of entitled kids. It is It's what it's white kids. Another said. They damaged the dumpster and they damaged a business called Post Shine, which is actually black owned. You want one poster? His name is Bradley, who is Describe himself as blacks. And if people want to protest finds your hands busy doing something for the people. Your protest? That's right. The blueprint is the civil rights movement. People who care Don't destroy people who care make the lives Of those who are suffering better. This is a phony movement. This is this is nonsense. I don't care what they call themselves. There's no way you're going to convince me that you've got hundreds of middle class and upper middle class spoiled white kids are really this angry. Over the lack of opportunities for black residents. That is total nonsense. I'm doing this because they fell into their own cult. We have all these competing cults going on in the world and one called, enables the next The progressive cult enables this this anarchist cult Who just wants to destroy for the sake of destroying. There's nothing. There's nothing legitimate here and on a stranger note and point In 2.5 hours of the show. Today, we're going to mention LAMAs for the second time. First time was dealing with vaccine research and possible preventative measures to make sure Covert 19 doesn't attach to your cells. They've been using stuff they get from llamas. But this one is actually dealing with the Portland protests. There's a guy that owns a llama farm. And he's been bringing his six year old lama named Caesar, who was described as the no drama llama to the protests. And allegedly, it's calming people. Did you see a photo of the law right there in the middle of all the masks, protesters. Some of them have their heads down and what they're doing in the picture, but the LAMAs straight up in the middle. It's posing for pictures with people, including the cops. I guess this guy doesn't really have a side. He just thinks it's ah, soothing to bring to bring the LAMAs to the Portland protests. The llamas, it's hard to maintain your intensity. Yeah, the way when you're around a llama. He says that he's not going to put the llama into harm's way when it starts getting dark. Somebody stick a little. What if somebody blows a llama? We don't want to get gassed or hit with rubber bullets. So he pulls the llama back. Lot of the pictures look like their daytime pictures of a llama and the crowd all right, Because we all know it gets ugly, my, don't they? Why doesn't he take the lama to in the morning? Let's see how well it works. I I went to Peru and I think they're out pack is they were not Cuddly. They walked away from me. They weren't friendly at all. They had them on the property of the hotel. I was staying at they just walking around, but they didn't seem to want anything to do with humans. They were just like him. But I imagine if if you're living at the hotel, it's probably constant people trying to come out and take Selfie is probably annoying. Yeah. This guy has a collection of 15 llamas. Yeah, what's going on there? They're very cuddly. I don't think you ought to be out in public. They're very soothing and comforting Like a pillow. All right, we got board covered up. Johnny can codify Debra Marquez News. A fire that's.
Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles
"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
At least 15 women are accusing Washington Football Organization staffers of sexual harassment, report says
"Got an update on the Washington Redskins. You know, they're they're They're changing the name. But something is something else is that they've got a bigger problem than just just a name thing. 15 women who previously worked for the Washington NFL organization, they have now alleged sexual harassment of verbal abuse by former scouts and members of the owner, Daniel Snyder's inner circle. This is this is this is this is blowing up the meat to movement bigtime. Now among those accused of misconduct. A former director of pro personnel Alex Santos, the former assistant director for personnel, Richard Man, the third as well as the long time play by play announcer and senior vice president Larry Michael. He's been doing play by play for the team for I don't know, maybe 30 years. He was fired this week and nobody knew it. Nobody knew what was going on. All of these people have been fired. Let go, and it's kind of bit hush hush and under the table. Several other names have been mentioned, including Dennis Screen, He runs the business operations for the team, former chief operating officer Michael Grisham. They're talking about in alleging sex parties involving a lot of athletes, team owners, some coaches from other teams as well. And this is all unfolding. There's there's a lot of other weird stuff involving this. That Is circulating on Reddit and on Twitter this morning. None of it's been confirmed, so I'm not going to go there. But it's a really weird allegations involving the Washington Redskins football team. Crazy man is not only is the name extraordinarily offensive t many people, apparently, but it goes deeper than that. Yeah. Allegations of a sexual harassment, toxic workplace and culture. Which span from 2006 to 2019 where raised by 15 women, all but one whom spoke to the Washington Post under conditions of anonymity. They didn't want to mention their name. So take that with a grain of salt. No. Yeah, right world is going crazy. Yeah, get just get rid of don't even not not even the name just get through the whole team. Just the whole team, not only in and it's Yeah, they're kind of crumbling around just cancelled the
iOS 14 will notify users when apps access the clipboard
"Making some changes to its copy and paste function. It's revealing out some popular APS are treating your data with the launch of IOS 14. Your phone will now notify you. If a certain app is looking at text you copied before you wouldn't be able to see that information. So you didn't know that something for me. Your instagram clipboard was being seen by TIC Tac, for instance. That's gives Motors Caitlin McGarry, she says. Developers have noticed that a lot of popular APS are taking advantage of the feature that's like tick talk, read it even linked in could see all of the text that was in your clipboard. Even if you weren't using that app, even if they had no business knowing what was on your clipboard, and that raises privacy concerns. You don't know what Lincoln is doing with the information that season, your clipboard. You don't know what Reddit will do with that information, and the fact is Those companies don't need to see that with tech trends. I'm Jim Ryan, ABC new
Reddit bans 'The Donald' and 'ChapoTrapHouse' as part of a major expansion of its rules
"So called so called free speech platforms are now banning All outlandish speech out. All outlines read. It is going to ban the Donald Red, which is one of the bigger threads on Reddit. It's It really is a huge threat on Reddit, and then just to make it fair. They're also banning Chapel Trap house, which is the socialist kind of mud grows over there. I mean, they really get in the mud that really gross and really ugly, but You know, they have a right to free speech to something they would never say about me. But Chapel Trap house has a right to basically say what they want, but apparently they're threat has been shut down. Two shut down 2000 communities after updating their content policy to more explicitly ban hate speech. Policy up taking three weeks after black lives matter. Protests led several popular rented forms go dark temporarily in protest of what they called the company's lacks policies around hosting and promoting racist content. So now Reddit has decided that they are going to continue to crack down on the ability of others to speak. I mean, read its CEO Steve Huffman said. Quote. I have to admit I've struggled about balancing my values as an American and around free speech and free expression with my values and the company's now he's around common human decency. So this is where the rubber meets the road. Here's the reality. There is an Overton window, right? These corporations are not the government and they are allowed to have certain limits as to what they will allow. But if your belief in common decency is basically you just agree with the policy preferences of left. Of common decency means you agree with the left. And that is what is coming into conflict with free speech and free expression and free speech and free expression are no longer existence
Reddit banned a pro-Trump subreddit. Here's what you need to know.
"Has not been a good week for President Trump on Social media On Monday, the live streaming platforms twitch suspended the president's account for posting what it labeled hateful content. It's not clear how long that suspension will Last. Also one Monday, the discussion website Reddit announced it was banning its largest community devoted to President Trump. That community is called the Donald and read. It said it had consistently broken the company's rules against hate speech and inciting violence. This comes a year after Reddit put a warning on the Donald to caution that it was out of line with the platforms policies. Back. Then we spoke with Robert Peck about this. He's a lecture and rhetoric at the University of Iowa and he volunteers as a moderator for Reddit. Robert Peck joins us again. Welcome back. Thank you for having me. Robert for our listeners who don't spend time on Reddit or aren't familiar with this particular Subreddit called the Donald Would you describe? What is it? What type of group discussion happens there and how wide is its reach? Of course, read it is a little bit. Unlike other big social media sites, things like Facebook and Twitter. Those sites often are based around an individual person's profile. On Reddit. Conversely, most people follow topics rather than individual people and read it calls those pages dedicated to those topics. Subreddit CE. The Trump Subreddit, which is called the Donald is dedicated, ostensibly to President Trump and his doings and at the time of its recent ban. It had just under 600,000 current subscribers, though at its peak usage, which was within the last couple of years. It had 3/4 of a 1,000,000. The sub Reddit has become somewhat infamous. In fact, I would go so far as to call. It may be the most infamous page that has ever existed on Reddit. Over the course of the last few years, it has been home to Russian propaganda efforts that were caught both by volunteers on the side and by red. It's on staff. Have been several incidents of the appearance of hate, speech and hateful mean was on the page that were then taken up by Trump himself and spread by his own campaign workers and by the president's own Twitter account. It's become somewhat unpleasant place as you can probably imagine, And that led into thes recent actions that Reddit has taken against it. We mentioned that this Reddit community had gotten ugly enough that it had been disciplined before. But what changed that caused it to be outright band? I don't know that anything in particular changed about the way the page itself was being used. Most of the actual activity that led to this ban has been unfolding over some years. I think what changed to lead to the ban is reddit itself, and I think that it changed in response to recent happenings in the United States. Things like the Black lives matter, protests that have been unfolding over the last few months. In response to those things. Reddit has made several changes, and one of those changes is adding significantly to its rules about hate speech and discrimination on the site, And it seems to be in response to those changes that Reddit has also decided at last to act against the Donald in a final way by banning the page out, right. Does this put peer pressure on other social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to crackdown more aggressively than they are on their own sites. I think it May well do so. The question in my mind is that how similar red it is to those sites sites like Twitter we know Twitter has been taking actions to expose the president's hate speech Recently, It's been doing things like flagging his tweets as rule breaking and trying to correct information that it finds there without outright removing those posts itself. Not. Reddit has banned this group of supporters of the president. That's not quite the same to me is actually limiting the president's own ability to use social media. This is nonetheless an enormous action for Reddit to take whether other sites will follow or not. I can't say they might feel they have other circumstances, but read at least has been willing to take just about the most significant step it it could against this group. Robert, from your perspective as a reddit moderator, could the moderators of the Donald Have done something to try to prevent it from being banned. Oh, APS, absolutely they could, and it's it's In addition to my perspective as a moderator, it's also something that the site's owner has made known both to the volunteers who ran that section of the site and to the users of the site. More broadly, the sights owners who are called the administrators of the site frequently reached out to the Donald's moderators told them what was going wrong in their eyes on this sub reddit and ask them, please to me. Changes in the way they were enforcing the rules, both of their own page and of the site as a whole. But that's something the moderators of the Donald obviously weren't willing to do, and as a result, their community's been banned. So for the time being at least people who used to share thoughts on the site no longer have that outlet. But that doesn't mean they can't go somewhere else. Is this a chance for lesser known site to gain that traffic? It certainly is, we know fairly confidently that this kind of thing from users of the Donald is unlikely to take off on reddit anymore. However, the Donald's moderators have already tried to create an alternative platform they've created. A website called The Donald Got Wind that they've had for months already been redirecting users of their subreddit over to use The best estimates I confined suggests that that page is fairly active, and that use may spread that way. But limiting this activity on a big social media site is certainly a step in the right direction, even if it does spread to Ah, privately owned website with less resources and less exposure than read it itself. That's Robert Peck. He's a volunteer moderator for Reddit and a lecture in rhetoric at the University of Iowa. Thanks for talking with us. Thanks for having me.
Reddit, Twitch clamp down Trumpist forums for hate speech
"Reddit has announced that it's banning the forum, or Subreddit called the Donald Popular Committee. Nitti that supports President Trump, where users also shared racist, misogynistic, homophobic and conspiracy content that Donald is one of about 2000 Subreddit CE that will be banned as part of a policy change. Barring hate speech on the site and twitch, a live streaming service owned by Amazon temporarily suspended President Trump's account. For violating the company's policy on what it called hateful
Trump asked China's Xi for reelection help and told him to keep building concentration camps
"Donald J. trump you bring someone in he says they are the most qualified person it's another example of the shining administration how he only hires the bass the bass they leave more often than not they leave on their own then he fires them to look better even though they've already left and then he trashes them sometimes he trashes them right away sometimes he waits and sees what they say what was Donald give me all about many many things including I'm all about the military I'm all about generals I am all about America first and how tough are going to be how many generals to we have to cite now who have criticized him who watched him first hand Mattis Kelly I can go on tell get jumbled you don't get more Republican than John Bolton involves book is out many just flat out says he's unfit to be considered to be the president I'd states he's on set to me Dan and Adam the worst of all of he is when he's talking to president xi of China is that they are discussing what she has done putting Muslims in concentration camps I repeat concentration camps this is in forty years ago this is a hundred years ago this is now and the president of the United States according to John Bolton who's known as this voracious in detailed note taker says the president president's response because he was so intense on having this relationship with sheen and for it to be beneficial to him to win reelection in twenty twenty says regarding the leader of China putting Muslims in a concentration camp it's exactly right thing to do and encourage president xi to go ahead with building the camps this is some guy you see on Twitter or reddit or a Facebook comment this is our forty fifth president of the United States cool on some areas of trade stood up to China and some aspects of that I think it had merit it obviously would go all over the place depending on his mood and how beneficial it was to him but for the folks and you're totally up obviously entirely your views will get on me about Donald Trump of believing Donald Trump Donald Trump twenty twenty or so behind defend that are you just saying John Bolton is line and then why is jumbled lies you just making this up to celebrate but there's a pattern of what the president does it doesn't stop how many more people need to reveal this information what when the fake news does it it's fake news right how many times will the news report something and then it ends up corroborate again which she other revelations is all about getting money from the president from she just spend money for the farmers so he can look like both can look strong which I never think it's money to the farmers and continues to have success in those states Goldman Martha Raddatz interview talks about how Putin just is dismissive of trump just doesn't think he's not intelligent is just plain him in the book Bolton talks about how she makes strange bedfellows with dictators all about he is beneficial situation when I'm journalists trump called journalists
Biden says there's "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement and beyond
"Biden absolutely cornucopia leave systemic racism is present law enforcement Joe Biden was in the Senate for thirty six years and he was a vice president for eight years under the first black president the United States if he believes today there's systemic racism that means it didn't start today because it's systemic Joe Biden work with segregationists on the crime bill he worked with Bill Clinton on the crime bill he worked with Barack Obama on a whole host of issues the Attorney General of the United States the first one under Biden excuse me god for bid under Obama was Eric holder he was deputy Attorney General under Bill Clinton hit the highest law enforcement position in the land of the second highest what did you do about systemic racism in our police department the reddit Lynch was the second African American woman former prosecutor what does she do what Obama did
Reddit names Michael Seibel to board after Ohanian's call for black candidate
"Co Founder Alexis Oh Hainian step down from the red at board last week, asking to be replaced by a black candidate read, it has now named Y combinator CEO Michael Siebel to its board to replace Hand Siebel was Y combinator is first black partner and Co founded Justin TV.
Alexis Ohanian Says He Stepped Down from Reddit Board to Help 'Make a Better World' for Daughter Olympia
"About what you can do to help make a difference and make the world a little bit better. Please check out equity from last Friday. Okay now to the headlines over the weekend well known investor and entrepreneur and former Equity Guest Alexis. Haney announced that he will step down from the board of read it and according to Tech Ranch is quote calling on the company. He founded to fill his position with a block board member. Now a little bit of history to ground you. 'cause I know you know it read. It is but did you recall the read. It was initially acquired by Conde. Nast back in two thousand and six before be made an independent subsidiary. A little bit later and the company has since then raise hundreds of millions of dollars
"reddit" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The co founder of reddit has resigned he was John hunt has the story the co founder of reddit Alexis Hylian announced that he's resigning from the board of the company I have resigned as a member of the reddit board urged them to fill my seat with a black candidate and I will use future games on my reddit stock to serve the black community chiefly to curb racial hate and I'm starting with a pledge of one million dollars Colin Kaepernick's know your rights camp Bahamian who cofounded reddit fifteen years ago announced his resignation in a blog post he said it's long overdue for him to do the right thing amid the ongoing protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd Facebook Instagram and Twitter have removed a video tribute to George Floyd that was posted by president trump's re election campaign thank you it included unauthorized copyrighted material the trump campaign blasted Twitter in a statement saying the social media company is making up the rules as they go along both Twitter and Facebook Hey the video does contain copyrighted content that the trump campaign did not have permission to use under the digital millennium Copyright Act social media platforms can be held liable if they don't remove infringing content the president tweeted the action was illegal Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded not illegal for you is a radio news I'm Wendy king what do you think bank presidents and jewelry store owners trust eighteen to protect our homes and businesses.
Alexis Ohanian leaves Reddit board, urges firm to fill seat with black candidate
"The co founder of reddit has resigned he was John hunt has the story the co founder of reddit Alexis Hylian announced that he's resigning from the board of the company I have resigned as a member of the reddit board urged them to fill my seat with a black candidate and I will use future games on my reddit stock to serve the black community chiefly to curb racial hate and I'm starting with a pledge of one million dollars Colin Kaepernick's know your rights camp Bahamian who cofounded reddit fifteen years ago announced his resignation in a blog post he said it's long overdue for him to do the right thing amid the ongoing protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd
Reddit co-founder Ohanian resigns from board, wants a black candidate to take over
"Out the co founder of reddit Alexis Ohanian says he is resigning from the board of the company and he's urging board members to fill his seat with a black candidate Hadean who cofounded reddit fifteen years ago announces resignation in a blog post he said that it's long overdue for him to do the right thing amid ongoing protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd Hey it is the husband of tennis superstar Serena Williams with whom he shares
Reddit co-founder leaves board, urges black replacement
"Reddit's co founder resigns from the board of the popular social media site and urges them to replace him with a black candidate Alexis Ohanian is also urging others to take a stand against racial injustice in all forms it is long overdue to do the right thing reddit co founder who was married to tennis great Serena Williams says the move is not just professional it's personal seeing this as a father who needs to be able to answer his black daughter when she asks what did you do it is also pledging to use games on his reddit stock to serve the black community to curb racial hate and is donating a million dollars to Colin Kaepernick's know your rights camp the former NFL quarterback has not played in the league since kneeling during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racial injustice I'm Julie Walker
Reddit co-founder Ohanian resigns from board, wants a black candidate to take over
"Reddit co founder Alexis Ohanian resigning from the company's board urging raps in a Twitter video to replace him with a black candidate I'm saying this as a father who needs to be able to answer his black daughter when she asks what did you do Haney and who is married to tennis star Serena Williams says he will use his future gains on his reddit stock to serve the black community to combat racial hate starting with a pledge of one million dollars Colin Kaepernick's know your rights
Alexis Ohanian resigns from Reddit board, donates $1M
"Reddit co founder Alexis Hani and has announced his resignation from the company's board of honey in who's married to tennis star Serena Williams has urged the social media company to replace him with a black candidate he's also donated one million dollars to Colin Kaepernick's nonprofit and promised to use future gains from his reddit stock to serve the black
Reddit co-founder Ohanian resigns from board, wants a black candidate to take over
"Doniger the father of this social network is out resigning and telling the board who we think should take his seat the co founder of reddit Alexis Ohanian says he is resigning from the board of the company and he's urging board members to fill his seat with a black candidate Hadean who cofounded reddit fifteen years ago announced his resignation in a blog post he said that it's long overdue for him to do the right thing amid ongoing protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd Hey it is the husband of tennis superstar Serena Williams with whom he shares a
Reddit co-founder Ohanian resigns from board, wants a black candidate to take over
"One of the founders of reddit saying he's out and he has opinions on who should replace him CBS's Matt Piper has that story the co founder of reddit Alexis Ohanian says he is resigning from the board of the company and he's urging board members to fill his seat with a black candidate Hadean who cofounded reddit fifteen years ago announced his resignation in a blog post he said that it's long overdue for him to do the right thing amid ongoing protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd Hey it is the husband of tennis superstar Serena Williams with whom he shares a
Apple Doubles Price Of MacBook Pro Memory Upgrades
"News of a costly mistake for Apple. Well I mean it's apple costly as a relative term. There was the story over the weekend that Apple had doubled the cost of upgrading the memory and the entry level thirteen inch macbook pro. Apple insider ran a p saying on Friday buyers of the entry level model of the refreshed thirteen inch macbook pro were able to upgrade the memory on the device from eight gigabytes to sixteen gigabytes for one hundred bucks. Update first spotted by Reddit users on Saturday. The cost of the upgrade has gone up to two hundred bucks. The mistake was the one hundred dollar option. On Monday mocked daily. News ran reports saying that the upgrade price was supposed to be two hundred dollars all along same as a lot of other Max. Citing post from the verge, the peace says the price increase is actually a price correction. The price to upgrade ramp from eight to sixteen gigabytes as two hundred dollars on other Max, including the I MAC and macbook air, and this changes meant to keep the fee consistent apple says it will honor the earlier pricing for those who purchased the cheaper, Ram, upgrade. Before the price change went into effect.
"reddit" Discussed on KQED Radio
"As we stood and looked out of the city I read out something that a fan of tax had written on reddit just days before so this is from eight days ago on the dax flame subreddit and it was posted by a user dilly bar twenty three and the title is evidence dax flame is acting and there's a link at the very end of this video tactics of the chair is about to smash into the wall right before it hits the video was turned off this is very clearly done just for company there's no other reason why the video should be cut like that yeah I would imagine that I cut it in there to be provocative but I wouldn't it definitely wasn't acting thanks flame is not a millionaire even though when he was less than twenty years old he had that within his grasp but he's not particularly upset about it he's got a job at the sushi place and he's got an agent he's got opportunities he's looking ahead I feel good and positive about the future I have no stress is about finding a job I have a good job I have a good apartment and I love LA and I can do anything I want now now that I have the job figured out so maybe I'll start dating and hanging out with people more and stop stressing about money and do some fun things come up with a fun creative thing to do so I feel good about the future red hot to tie up the loose ends go ahead he still working at the sushi place and he says it's going well he's hoping that pretty soon to.
"reddit" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"We spent a chunk of the program yesterday on a conversation I had with former fed chair. Janet Yellen and David Malpass. He's the president of the world world-bank. We spent a lot of time on global growth ramifications of interest rates being as low as they are for as long as they have been there and the big and growing pile of global debt debt and then we started taking questions from the audience. Here you go David next question to you. At about the global economy does growth in income inequality in advanced. Mr Connie's pose a risk to the global economy income inequality. Say here well the. US is showing doing pretty good. Data on inequality Gini Coefficient is going the right way on that in the median income has been going up so then if you refined that and say in this economy is still a huge problem right. Yeah so if you say why do we have so many super-rich and is that a negative. I guess I'll defend that at little part of the question and say they are pretty good about reinvesting in their own businesses and creating businesses that have been helpful to the whole world. But but I WANNA buy into the whole thrust of the question that median income outside the. US simply hasn't been growing knowing and that's a major problem And that means we need small businesses. We need skills. We need women in the in the workforce's with need health and an education that allow people to earn income to get started. So let me just add to that. So First Islami save that completely agree with Davies emphasized the benefits across the board but especially to low income income people of a very strong labor market fostering increased labor force participation in the United States. But since since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. The median male worker in the United States has seen no gain in real wages. And I don't think we're on a path to improvement. Where if we just keep the economy where where it is operating with a tight labor market market? This problem is going to disappear. It's very serious and to my mind is driving a lot of the populism we see in the United added states and it's fueling discontent with trade protectionism and given that the growth of trade that we've seen over the last fifty years in development of global supply chains has been one of the most important factors boosting growth all around the world. This is a trend in developed countries. That is not going to be good. Globally for reducing poverty gender you mentioned economic inequality driving some of the things that have been happening here and elsewhere. Here's as the flip. Side of that question does polarization of our politics have economic consequences. Do you think well it. It's certainly making it hard to enact policy changes. David's been mentoring. I agree with him. You need structural policies to address slow growth. We're not working to find common ground to put in place. Policies sees that you know for inequality some combination of training education and improving the safety net for people who were working working in an economy where jobs with the traditional supports. are disappearing. We need to be addressing all of those things and I think the polarization is making it harder to find good solutions. Jenner Yelling L.. And they're also David Malpass president than the World Bank's she of course used to run the Federal Reserve a lot more from that conversation their thoughts on small businesses for instance and how important they are are in the global economy. You can get that on our corner office bucket.
"reddit" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Twenty three in our top thirty countdown waiting by the phone based on your votes a later on this morning after seven after eight will do it on it what three five kiss FM this was on a red adds Hey I'm a woman posted anonymously on reddit and she said that she's embarrassed after accidentally using the hand towel that her boyfriend's mom keeps solely for her private areas what so she's been saying over to boyfriends parents house over the weekend I guess in a boyfriend's parents or win a trip when they came home the mom asked if she'd been using the blue towel in the bathroom when she said yes the woman admitted that she did and the mom then said she used on her private parts I'm telling why isn't that tell it now otherwise yeah like me a lot of reddit users couldn't understand why the mom needed a special towel for her private parts the closest is that I've heard is I know a guy who uses our top cow and a bottom towel so the town his theory is the one that's on his hair and his face near his mouth or whatever doesn't go anywhere near the the lower parts but did might my argument to that is when you're once you get out of the shower theoretically the moment you step out of the shower that's the cleanest you're ever not only that but I always dry like my face and yeah and well I'll try everything over everything I do too but I'll dry everything else before I hit the booty and stuff yeah that tells right right wing it back up really use different hell everyday yeah hi my is a tell for two or three days and then yeah but it's only one towel but it's not like I did in a body tell I don't I'm not watching seven towels a week the fact is I my body is clean yes my my body is as clean as it's ever going to be my my batteries my buddies cleaner than anything I'm gonna do all day and the and the and the nineties you know I mean I'm not open my mouth and licking the satellite yeah but I use well done I use one tell her but you make your way that I do but then the next day yeah which means I suppose in theory but I'm I'm from is is is no the fact is she has a towel that still sitting out after a crazy it's weird yeah you need to you need to warn people about that if that's what you want or and and yeah I don't understand so I everyone so calling for tickets to see Camille compared to I don't either way it's not going to be there because she's a year late but eight five five five nine one one of three five this is my question is this how unusual is this I think it's very unusual another thing that I know the same guy who uses top and bottom shouldn't surprise you he insists on a washcloth in the shower because he doesn't want to touch with his hands he wants to wash his booty with the talent that it like I put the soap on my hands and I'm scrubbing everything now my look for goes everywhere little signs whatever you got but me most of their hand your **** a bear in mind why don't you know I lost plus but what is that about I've been either a loose side to same thing yeah I I just I don't need the extra layer like it is what it is guys like this is my body five flying to refer the exfoliating purposes I mean there's not like it you know but the look for doesn't touch my face it's just all money either because of your face yeah but me one towel one hand my body is like telling one hand like I know Jeff it right like my wife Jesse's like use one's house like yeah why don't you use one for your face when your body is like that's just another towel that I have to watch and SO one so what would I do that because wrap their hair not one of them Iran towels already eaten yeah I have the super dry one this is this is a pretty tall for her that her body yeah I think what it's clean it's clean now when I'm in a hotel I use five to the right Hey come on yeah yeah yeah at that moment okay no not really worried about my carbon footprint you know that in my most the end now then I I got and I got to be more efficient so weird that that lady and to start why is it hanging Johnny good time red third baby doll brown bear okay Gilbert's over okay I'll give it to me people calling up with their own nickname the start I know this wasn't on the show down like yes he plays we could be he could Hey reveals.
"reddit" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Do you have any more crossword questions or anything else you wanted to cover today? This one. The clue is. My wife left me. And the answer is damn dude. Okay. Do you need anything from us on that? I don't think so. That's yeah. This one says the thing from the show lost. Okay storytelling. Okay. That fits from the show lost. What are you? What does that do you think of that was a good show? You were eleven it did. Yeah, I remember most of it. I think the last DVD's I ever was given that someone actually paid for for me was like a whole thing. I didn't actually get to see the whole show. But, you know, me, my partner is we're gonna like watch that on DVD seventeen years ago or whenever never, obviously, never cracked, jeez. Field is very thick. Yeah. You are doing all kinds of music, all kinds of stuff. You live in Portland. There's a lot of speculation about you. Stephen sip piss you off. All that speculation. Yes. Well, I mean. Piece of meat. Yeah. Everybody gets to same thing. It's not like none of your business. It's I I'm not a stock. You don't get the. Bid me up and down feel that way in this business. I'm starting to. Yeah. I've only been bid down so far, but just just the idea to be able to. We're getting short it. You're not down up. I'm on here. That's true. This is this is good for us. I'm just saying. Yeah, it's, it's to be, what was it again that I was speculating your speculated upon? Yeah. I don't like that. Well, you want to is there something you want to clear up one big room or you want to put to bed. No, I just think that their problem. It's the trolls problem. That's exactly right. Don't read the comments. You know that already come on reading the comments. It's tough. But here I am. I'm in the sub Reddit ship posted. I'm in the sub Reddit ship post in our he lost it if it's checking for my name every week. I did see a thing about my new this groove denied four Chan. And this guy said like he he's very earnest. He's like I think, you know, Steve new record is pretty awesome. And, you know, he's really doing some new things almost sounds like this span suicide, and there was no other comments at one, guys. Like he's like take it somewhere else. Start start a music blog. Now, is it, it was just like not appropriate for him to be talking balanced. You know, so this guy, you know, I don't know if he's a regular poster. Someone sent me the picture. And you know, you're trying to even in this dark place a fortune of flower grew. And then here comes the DT exact prefer that everyone on fortune. We're talking about, you favorably, not necessarily. You. I like some. Pretty good outcome for you. That's true. I got out quick, that is amazing one four Chan comment. Made it on your desk. Got to me. Yeah. Who sent in that your way I got sources got. I have people. On the internet a lot, and it's a big team. So. Say and they're fighting the good fight. They're out there when a troll writes something, not about me about anything. That's misrepresented on the internet. There's sort of like the whole they're like, Wikipedia people for the whole entire internet, just coming to clean up, when someone says something like actually, this isn't true, you know, usually about politics..
"reddit" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Just a call inherent cost of being a woman on social media. I mean, it's it's absurd that improved it on Reddit because that was like the swarming avail the swarming of women. It's just stunning to me. I mean, I think it has improved because I mean remember evenly five years ago, a red at business manager who has a woman told a reporter, you know, her job is essentially to grow business on Reddit. Right. He told the reporter that all women should avoid are slash gaming, which is a million person community because it was simply too sexist. I mean, that's crazy now it's maybe a little bit better. But just two weeks ago. I was I encountered a thread about a woman just who was just super tired and working hard and she decided to go fix her parents washing machine, and she looked at a YouTube tutorial went out and bought some hardware and then got harassed off the site. I mean because just for being a woman trying to fix an appliance. Yeah. I know I know you, but that's it. I just did a Reddit AMA, and it was great. It was really great. And it just fine. And it was interesting. And that's the problem is some of these commutes can be so wonderful and say helpful inside. Join you know, it really does make you feel part of humanity. I think I always go back to Jaron Lanier is comment on our podcast. This is the greatest human experiment communication. That's failing miserably because humans are awful very awful, which I think is really interesting. All right. The finishing up. What would you take away from this this? This is going to continue or what does it become? I'm very curious about the future. And I would look to these communities trying to build in subtle ways to shape humans behaviors I think we'll see read it kind of coaching people to be kinder. I don't know exactly how they will do that through you know, algorithms and whatnot. But I think we should watch. How our own behaviors are attempted to be shaved by these sites. And I think that's exactly why we need to understand them. Now. It's hard. It's very easy to get jacked up the stuff anyway Christine. Thanks for coming on the show is great talking to you..
"reddit" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Moderators? Anyone could create any sub Reddit which is a section of read it for any topic. But then they would be in charge of maintaining that speech. And keeping it could do it on any topic. Yes. Giving samples. Oh, I love life protests. You know, there's also unethical life protests. You know, there's sewing communities there's makeup tutorial communities. There's you know. Oh, anything under the sun. Stapling use the bread to these moderators which are to in order to call the service, essentially. Yeah, exactly keep it clean issue. I mean, be modernised could make their own rules. Right. There's pornography communities, they they weren't trying to keep anything clean. They were trying to keep a dirty, right? But, but those people were then, you know, in charge of their little subsections and could elevate issues to the red at staffers once read it had any real staff which years, you know, but they were sort of this this little like window into community management. This little guardian ship layer that Facebook never had right exactly Facebook was highly organized suburbs. And it was it was run by Facebook, essentially, and this was run by the people who were there and the moderators who had our sure the moderators. So they did this for a while. And then sold right. They have certain funding who's the original funding from Paul Graham was original? Like, here's a tiny. Check keep missing running by some pizza. You know? And then they were. Quoted by Conde nast and acquired by them sixteen. What did you think you're always like, well, I thought it was ha, but you know, speaking to crush karma Connie who is the the the guy who is is clearly hired by Steve Neuhaus in new. You said go get some digital properties for us. He thought he would be buying things like the sort of female shopping so shell sites. I remember telling them, you know, I wanna porn on their dirty Steph and a lot of racist. I remember they were not aware for some reason we're aware, but weren't highly aware. Yeah. Sure. I mean, I think it amounted to about ten percent of it was read it. I was still it was it was there. So they bought this. And and the idea was that it would be a community site that would attract things to their content. Yeah. And it would sort of be adjacent to to wire dot com, and they could with those two properties track audience of. Yes, exactly, which he also acquired at the time actually dot com of wired. Right. And you know, they thought we'll have these two communities of young. Men that's a huge audience. It's powerful. And you know, sure enough through the years like the gaming communities on Reddit alone are just the a very powerful community of young dudes bitter talking about game gaming talking about moving and you have to remember. There was an early in the early internet can bulletin boards. Were the most important thing is people talking that was where it really began a long ride internet activity was around AOL was the same way was bulletin boards on AOL or chat rooms in that case where people would gather and discuss and trade information, essentially, whether it was gazer gamers, or whatever was right or or now, there's a Reddit community called gamers. That's a good one. It was they were self organized communities in the other context, they were policed a little bit at some of the more some of the we'll chat rooms were not right at which was problematic when it came to pornography and other things and they got in trouble for that. But read it was a free for all was really thought of a free for all. It was definitely thought of as a free for all. And as the years went by. There was the the sort of idea that the company was founded as freedom from the press allowing users to determine what's on the top of the page rather than editor in a high tower all stories from the press, right?.
"reddit" Discussed on 1A
"Mark tweeted, I posted a question on Reddit seeking advice on how to make a computer game more accessible to me. I have a disability many people were very helpful. But a few told me that kill myself, even sadder I wasn't that surprised by such tuck city DJ Mazzy mass tweeted, I love read it and the way I discovered it was by planning a vacation to Iceland, the sub Reddit visiting Iceland was very helpful in what to see what to pack and the users was such a great community town nut wrote on our website, the one eight dot org. I love read it. But take issue with the idea that content is purely up voted in down voted based on its own merit, some moderators police content based on personal politics. So the content never has a chance to be voted on. And Suzanne wrote on our website these forms allow people to ask questions and do research that corporate owned media simply won't ask. Or do. They must be allowed to flourish. Let's add one more voice to our conversation of someone who's tried to deal with outright disinformation on read. It. Joining us on the line is Alex a Reddit user who helped identify propaganda efforts from Iran on the site. He has asked us to only use his first name to protect his privacy. And we have agreed Alex welcome to one A anything's for having. What did you see on red that raised a red flag for you? How did this start originally? It was a series of website. I didn't recognize anyone who's familiar with red. It knows that every post on the front of each survey is displayed with a certain amount of information. You know, the time stamp, title, submitter, and domain name. And every time there's supposed to check domain. Just make sure it comes from somewhere recognize and there was a slew of post from users. Strange needs coming from these weird websites, and I started poking around. And then, you know, starting kind of started connecting the dots. And notice some weird patterns night raised issue with the ad and said, hey, there's you know, some spam. Here's something I thought that's what it was just, you know, spam. Just someone trying to push some stupid, something or other and things just coming from there. What was the kind of content that you were seeing was an outright propaganda. Was it kind of side y sideways kind of imitation news content. What was it? It was honestly. Honestly, it was a combo a little hard to really define propaganda. I guess it kinda depends on your point of view on what the topic is. They're back. Pretty well. Such that people wouldn't really think it was propaganda the stories aligned with the general mood and seem of the specific sub read it. So people would have just viewed it as a regular news when you saw this content. Alex. What did you do who did you reach out to originally reached out to the suburbs? Moderators, and they kind of just shrugged and said there's not much we can do it. I think they assume that I thought they could control the weather and make sure this never appeared on the side again. But I cook we said screw that and went to the ad instead, and it took a bit of prodding, but the admins after about a month of prodding or so finally started the leading Derek counts. But this group ended up making several hundred accounts, and they they didn't slow down at all. Now, Alex what exactly was that? You were asking the moderators to do kick. These people off the sub Reddit span their posts kicked him off the Seidel together. Like, what were you asking for originally? It was just asking them to take the post down. Saying hey span these guys one this is back when right it's spam. Policy was much much stronger there. So from all rather was much more aggressive. I was starting to ask say, hey, there's, you know, an accounts or whatever all fanning same thing from these weird sites. You should look into this is in violation of your promo policy sites policy. Did you just you know, bam site just from the subway?.
"reddit" Discussed on 1A
"But it also allows you. Users to display their darkest ideas and thoughts without really worrying about societal and ethos pressures Renate arrest. I wonder if you could respond to Galvin I have I have never found out a nominee to be the problem. And that's because there are plenty of people who are willing to say absolutely reprehensible things in true name on the internet. Also. So I think that that's one of the areas where there is a balance to be struck there. I think on read it there is a lot of these a lot of these folks that people would consider a serious trolls do come back using the same pseudonym. So while you might not know exactly who they are. They are familiar with who the persona is. I've never felt that a return to universal true name policy is, you know, any kind of magic magic bullet for stopping these things Facebook, for example, did have a true name policy. And I think that in some ways that made people less suspicious, and and and more trusting of the kind of propaganda and kind of malevolent manipulation that happened on the site in part because it was. Happening ostensibly in the in the, you know, the true names of real people Twitter also has anonymous speech and sued anonymous counts, I think it's just a matter of really getting your moderation house in order, and deciding what you're going to do about them. It is worth noting the true name policies. Don't work for everybody. The Facebook got into a lot of trouble with transgender people who were forced for example to listen name on their birth certificate as opposed to the name that they have identified for themselves that matches their gender identity. So you know, every policy has has pros and cons. But I kind of wondering what you make of how read it has thought through that line between saying something darker hateful and saying something that gets you band. I'm not totally sure where that line is for them. I think to some extent the Mods are much more empowered on it. The they have a lot more leeway to kind of set the norms in their own community to decide what's considered a, you know, a an acceptable degree of of respectfulness or adherence to the kind of sub Reddit code of conduct. I'm constantly amazed that the the the battles over censorship. You know, the censorship. The idea that that moderation is censorship. Doesn't seem to happen. Quite as much on read it at least on the communities that that I participate in it sort of a while you've been moderated, and you know, that's sort of the end of it as opposed to on Twitter, where any, you know, any tweet that comes down leads to house the censorship for for days and weeks, I wanna get gene to respond to this. When we come back with our conversation. And then later we'll hear from a Reddit user who helped identify Iranian propaganda efforts on the site. We'll continue this in just a moment. Stay close..
"reddit" Discussed on 1A
"But if you are a woman on social media, it should it be the cost of doing business that there's a little veil of harassment or misogyny. It's it's disturbing and the communities on Reddit, which are mostly self policing. I do not think to a good enough job to make it a a welcoming place for women at all times. Renate arrested. We should note also with regards to read it one of the core tenets of the site used to be really aggressive kind of free speech zone. You know, we hear Mark Zuckerberg who's the co founder and CEO of Facebook talking about the goal of Facebook is to make the world. More open and connected. That's their stated mission read it. However, reneged really seems to double down heavily. Early on being a very hands off free speech zone. Right. Yeah. Well, Twitter used to also use the phrase where the free speech wing of the free speech party. So this is sort of part of the doses of Silicon Valley and tech culture. And and the idea that for a very long time particularly on Reddit where there's an actual voting mechanism. There's been the idea that that good content will rise to the top. And that you know, as as others have noted that most of the suburb. It's are really fantastic places where people are gonna find amazing information in the front pages. Where incredible news stories and human interest stories, and memes and things are going to bubble up to the top. I think it's I think it's a balance I think that at the same time over the last over the last few years, maybe the last three the platforms have also realized that complete laze fare hands off approach is not necessarily the right answer either. And that's because there is a both things like kind of false in enough ending actors manipulating communities. Nobody wants to be part of a site where they're being actively manipulated. So so getting it, you know, how to how to get a better hand. A better handle on the disinflation peace has been a part of that. And then also how do you think about maintaining healthy communities? What is the role of moderation? What is the role of of of communities? You know, how do you let them set their own norms? But at the same time recognize that they do have an impact on the kind of overall brand of your site. We're glad to have gotten a lot of your stories with many different kinds of experiences. Joining all kinds of sub. It's in groups here is what two of you left in our inbox. Andrea calling from Raleigh, North Carolina. Am ready user, poppy caso from ashville, North Carolina? I still think that it's a great place for those sub read it to come together and talk about similar interests tremendously positive impact on my life. It was sound port to me, particularly in the RX Mormon sub read it when I was transitioning out of the faith to stop drinking sub read it has been a huge part of my recovery. And it's just great to have. That nationwide. I've really worldwide support amazing community of one hundred and forty thousand people who are seeking support from alcohol addiction. It has a really cool feature where we're able to apply.
"reddit" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Um but i will say there are a lot of communities and conversations on reddit that are based round health issues of them were working on an episode right now with someone who has for lack of a better term and invisible illness she hasn't illness that is incredibly painful um i think the nickname for it some people called the suicide disease because people kill themselves 'cause they're feeling all of this pain and nobody knows how to fix it and this person has found some level of answers on the site and again like this is not a service that pretends to be an official surface right in there some trickiness there but there's like an amazing level expertise in certain communities that you can really tap into tell us about what an and as he did when recently yeah so amei stands for ask me anything and sometimes people will phrase it i am so like i am an undertaker ask me anything in in interesting example the video gap superpopular on reddit of a weatherman doing like just like kind of like an amazingly informative north explainer of some like crazy whether that was happening that red circle closest to the middle that's the i wall that's where you find the winds of one hundred eighty five miles an hour but notice it has a second i wall where you still will find intense winds likely over one hundred miles an hour indian can when you were viral on reddit and then he did in ama so like he got superpopular and then he did name a and all these people had a ton of questions for him about like how he got into the work that he had gotten into an mike you know sex workers have done a amaze and then bike celebrities to amx it's interesting way to just have a really direct conversation between writers and people of interest in 2015 the daily beast said it is not so much that generic front page of the internet.
"reddit" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Personal finance will recommend like home steadying oh yeah on the right hand side yet totally that's something that's interesting to see because reddit communities are are basically organized by volunteer moderators and those moderators will often put the rules on the right hand rail and they will also put others have red it's her separate its third or connected to the same topic and sometimes there are hubs so like someone will put together like a massive list of sub red it's that are all kind of around one topic cringes so far as that participating on reddit shirt and interacting with other people what's up voting it's very similar to liking something on facebook in some ways you're basically saying i like this and that helps to surface that content for more people and what a bad karma karma is like points just for like good times the more you interact with the site the more karma you get you get more karma when your stuff up voted you get less carmona's downloaded one thing that users seemed to use karma four and i think this is again this is not necessarily something that the administrators even like planned four but it's something that seems to happen basically like if you're a user and you post something and another editor is deciding whether or not to interact with you they might look at your carman say okay this person is like they're engaged in the community they've been doing this for awhile they've posted things before this is not just some random person trying to do something that i don't actually want to interact with so the moderators our volunteers who are making sure things don't go totally off the rails rate remains at their main function like any sort of internet based community around a given topic the moderators help to kind of defined the rules of the road but they're not all playing by the same rules right and those rules really differ from community to community as an example.
"reddit" Discussed on /Film Daily
"What could this movie be called yeah speaking of a reddit sleuths they have others new reddit thread that posits the potential title for this untitled third cloverfield movie will be clear revealed station so this is based author of a writer who discovered an fx leading artist named rui or razu unlinked in a who listed under his credits cloverfield station um and this could be chalked up to sort of unsubstantiated rumors but then a facebook and instagram account have also been discovered for the title as well as domains for a cloverfield station dot com and cloverfield station movie dot com but at the same time we should take this all with grain of salt because people mischievous internet users might have created these domain names or um claimed these may names after the reddit thread went up to sort of stir things up a little bit um so the actual varroa marketing for um the formerly known as the god particle movie has it actually reveal the tighter old and this will be an unusual way for us to in a third title for the club you'll movie because um the last couple last movie tank of your lane we learned the title in a trailer up about two months before the movie's release and the other the provisional garfield movie cornfield was actually an a working title for it but then the hype for around that cheese teaser trailer grew so much that they ended up keeping that original title so it would be very strange if we learn that the title would be cloverfield station through a linked in post but i wouldn't put it past um the marketing team behind garfield to just kind of.
"reddit" Discussed on AppStories
"I find it i'm using in iowa sap mberi particular about it feeling at home on iowa sinned feeling nato than i will i love sahelian blue i felt it was drifting a little too far away from that and it was kind of entering miss almost android ask design paradigm kinda thing and there is a lot of things that i i just felt it could do better and obviously when you use something every day for a lotta time like a lot people to read it you if you can scratch that it yourself and fix some of those things it's something i really wanted to do and i was hope hoping that other people would find a similar benefit yeah i'd i can tell from just using the app that year an avid reddit user because there's just the kind of touches and little details that you would expect from somebody who deals with the the frustrations of navigating through it because it's it's it's a there's a lot of features right to me it seems like read it is one of those redoing reddit client is one of those type of apps that would be really hard to develop just because there are so many different aspects of the service there have to be incorporated over over some of the challenges that you've faced when you were building yep yeah i wish i woulda talk to you before i started on of the kinder and are estimated the whole thing i was like i was gonna be the epa can it but yeah it was it that you're definitely right i would say firing away design is obviously the hardest part there'd be m programmings obviously difficult i honestly think what a lot of people assume is th the biggest part of it but for me at least i would agonize over lake really small details for hours sometimes in just the bench disrupt the ship them out and say like look what are you guys thing the users is this that i completely ah blow it heroes and most of the time thankfully i would just over analyzing that little when i was on the right track but yeah i would say firing away just the.
"reddit" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"People didn't like that to the point that me a post about it on reddit became the most doubt voted comment in reddit history patrick why everybody so mad this is a very complicated issue but i've tried to boil it down to its essential parts the first one is you know gamers can be rowdy bunched job and the internet is also a happy to complain about stuff so when there is something that is worthy of complaints a certainty people get excited the issue comes first and foremost from the mechanic or the business model of luke boxes which have been very prevalent in a mobile games for a long time and real gamer i'm using air quotes year a basically council npc gabor's are are very wary of seeing that business model of become a general of become used more widely on a consul game so this is not just an esa think people are mad about luke boxes already right and this is the core of the problem blue is and the reason is you know there is an element of a random this uh the fact that you can not actually go in and purchase the item you want you have to buy you a lot of loot boxes and then hope that you get the thing or then convert convert them into credits and then by the thing but it might take a lot more money actually need that if you could purchase the item for five bucks uh that you might have to spend you know fifteen or twenty bucks in new boxes to get that item.
"reddit" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"Get a glimpse into other communities other sort of digital town squares and you know as as product creators we are very can making we want to help a user hein contact i enjoy as quickly as possible and you know when you eight ready for the first time there's a sampling of different reddit communities which had educate users about you know basically how the platform works in a pick and realise that whatever their interest is whatever their hobby might be there is a reddit community for them they love the yankees there's a community there in fact probably the it it is a bat source for interesting discussion in news about their interest what gets really interesting though is way and and that a lot of it by nature the platform and a lot of it is stuff that we could do a better job of improving is is when users get exposed to stuff they didn't think they light but do and and a issued have it all the time in comments were people are having a discussion in someone references oh blah blah blah you know burns with arms and and linked to another one of these reddit communities or horses hey look you know here there's a whole nother perspective on this owner on our slash islam here's that discussion and and where i find it to be so fruitful is that yeah i have the communities on read it but i subscribe to that i visit daily as it my favorite sports team or because if they are there i'd communities identify away but i'm also regularly getting glimpses into other communities and their authentic discussions and that actually really valuable now now changed my view is probably the most extreme version of this because people are coming they're very explicitly to have their change and that that's a pretty remarkable thing on the internet but there is a bunch of different there is a bunch of shades.
"reddit" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"But here's my problem this is a this is a an organization i am unfamiliar with this is not the eff or anything like that this is an organization that is new to me and is supported by the government by the european union so i went to sign up for this because i love everything about it it's open source that's great and the first thing it did is like oh you need to stay install this chrome extension which wants to modify websites and run scripts etcetera etcetera and i door right out of there because while many legitimate chrome extensions need all those permissions i don't know you aso i started looking around online i found a reddit thread from a few months back were they were taking questions from people and criticisms and responding and changing things and a lot of the things they said they would change in that thread they have changed for instance the give you a pop up when you go to the site that says hey we will be using google analytics during the beta period we're gonna try to get rid of it after the beta period and that was something in the reddit thread that they said yeah we need to alert people that that's happening so i feel a little better after that but when i go and use privacy badger unlike you know it i know the f f i know they have good auditing lots eyes on them i'm going to to trust this something like this i'm not saying they're not trustworthy but when you're operated a privacy tool that has a connection to the government i need a little reassurance from outside of your organization yes or there needs to be.