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AMD Confirms It's Powering the Gaming Rig Inside Tesla's Model S and Model X

Daily Tech News Show

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

AMD Confirms It's Powering the Gaming Rig Inside Tesla's Model S and Model X

"Your next tesla infotainment system if you get a model lesser a model x. Might use an amd reisen processor and amd are dna to gpu. They didn't say which models but the model s. plaid with the new system starts deliveries june tenth. Not trying to make you buy a new car. But this this. This is important because i have noticed Some severe video lag when playing missile command and asteroids. In my tesla. So i i'm. I'm really do that a lot do you.

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COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

PRI's The World

01:57 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

"Is kind of the pulse of this. Pandemic globally right now alana. Where are we at with infections. Well the big picture of marco is that the world is actually experiencing a steady increase in infections leaders at the. Who again sounded the alarm today. Because it's been seven straight weeks of rising infections actually is some of the highest surges yet in the pandemic and it's been four weeks streep of reisen deaths would areas most impacted. We have a sense of that. So i talked with ali mokdad about this. He's with the institute for health metrics at the university of washington and he's been modeling this pandemic since the start he says what's going on in five regions really stands out so i that is an increase in brazil. That snow started to come down so brazil is the big one. Neighboring countries like argentina and chile are now starting to experience rises to and then here the other hot spots this a big rise which still going on in india pakistan bangladesh at bark that is an increase in europe and the middle east following. What's your doping seeing. That is a. It is in cases in the philippines and that this is in south africa and african country. That's now started to come down so the fact that infections are increasing globally even parts of the us. We don't want to forget that. That really worries him. I mean it sounds like overall the world is just not close to controlling this virus. Do scientists have a handle on why cases continued to rise even with vaccines. Is it now all about the variants. Not points to the variance and lots of scientists do variants like be one one seven have become a dominant in europe and this has been found to be more transmissible. But there's another strong message. I'm hearing from a lot of scientists like angela rasmussen. she's just at georgetown. And as of this month the university of saskatchewan which is that these rises are not just from variants like the breakthrough masking and distancing another really important prevention

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"reisen" Discussed on Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie

Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"reisen" Discussed on Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie

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This startup is making customized sexual harassment training

Equity

03:07 min | 10 months ago

This startup is making customized sexual harassment training

"Is raising money. And i think this is a really cool company and i want you to tell us all about it. Athena raised money in june with two million round for anti harassment software that it would send to companies and companies basically. Install it for their employees. You'd get a nudge every month. Five minute training and it'd be kind of this idea of making a more flexible way of learning about how to deal with modern situations that might rise up better than the one hour lecture. This is a shift in its focus. Because before was doing kind of one thing and now it's doing a broader array of things when it raised in june was just doing anti harassment in zoom and slack world and now eight months later. It's another two million co led by the same firm. Gsp that let first round of it's and it's going into anything compliance related whether that's how to make sure you are not doing insider trading by mistake or or other bits like that and it's they leaned on big customers which was the impetus for this round including netflix's doom and send us and so for an early stage startup. Those are big names. They have twenty thousand active employees completing their monthly training which the co founder is a positive signal that it's at least getting engagement in some way. Are you currently caught up on your corporate training for verizon media group as managing editor one of my wonderful tasks at the company is to actually monitor our employees to make sure they follow all of the different trainings that they have to do. Because i am the one who gets. The e mails for a bunch of folks that says so and so is sixty days later on their annual compliance training. We will delete thirty male if they do not respond immediately. Did not know that was a state attorney question again dan. Natasha and i caught up on our vm. I think you're mostly caught up february's if you are not cut up would have been fired because most the recordings are due in december. So if you haven't done them you would be out nailed it tauscher. There's also some grows numbers and our notes here. Something like two hundred and fifty percent growth quarter over quarter. What is that metric tracking in the athena's since it was tracking basically the amount of people who are on the platform amount of learners. That are coming to athena. Obviously those big contracts and mentioned earlier help them be able to prove that like any startup. right now knock sharing revenue profitability et et cetera. They're just hoping to use this money to gain new customers and figure out that stuff. Later is spelled. E. t. h. e. n. a. Not of in ethene like it's like patina but it's not blockchain related. I usually ask founders for the story behind their name but recently i guess i have not been good enough to that curious enough about how that came together. I think the idea of little mini modules. Make sense. I mean some of the things i actually remember. From compliance training are like mini modules for instance detectors by verizon media and reisen media's owned by and say verizon because it has infrastructure works with government a lot and so in our corruption training which had to take. Oh yeah there's this great story of like you're working hard at work in the field and you have a city official with you. Can you offer them a bottle of water on a hot day. And i was like stir and there's like wrong committed bribery and corruption and a dig radiation to american society. You may not offer anything of value. Not even a penny. You can't offer free water bottle or kick cat.

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Gaurav Afore Discusses Pre Seed Investing

Software Engineering Daily

04:31 min | 11 months ago

Gaurav Afore Discusses Pre Seed Investing

"Grab welcome to the show. Thank you for having me your the co founder of a four capital which is an early stage investment company. What was the thesis when you started a four. Yeah so both. My co-founder automates banerjee have been investing in venture now for almost nine years. And we were both. I was at a fund Fund and one of the things we've noticed in the kind of four years these funds. Is that the goal posts for early. Stage founders shifting. So if you were trying to raise your first million to a million dollars pre product market fit. When you have little dune attraction. It was getting harder and harder to raise capital not from angels and scouts through definitely been obvious explosion of that which is great for the ecosystem but none of those investors usually lead the route. So if you were to go to a seed fund Fund for them to lead around price terms so on and so forth they were very often telling founders. Like i like what you're doing. I like your background but you're too early for us. Go get some traction go. Bill the A little bit more than we can invest so we saw this firsthand and we said allow there is a problem. There's a gap there because a personally just from our passion. It's like we love getting involved very early. In love helping founders. But we think there's a problem here to be solved so typical founders. When you see a problem and nobody solving it the best way to solve it is to go. Go after yourself. So my partner adamantly denied we left our previous funds and middle twenty sixteen we raise our first fund in the fall and the rest is history if you go back before that you were an early product manager for android. What was it like being google in the early days of android is a lot of fun like looking back. Obviously come a long way when i joined android in two thousand nine. It was like a skunkworks kind of projects on the side. I mean look at google building massive business right in an online ads in the early two thousands but it was pretty clear by. Oh seven ole that mobile was going to be the future not desktop so from google. It mobile was a potential existential threat. Right if apple was the dominant you know or the way that most people accessed mobile if that was apple or the carriers right if reisen etc like the own the customer relationship. That will be very problematic for google right. Because the reason google's been able to really flourishes. There is no sort of toll booth if you may for the internet and anybody can spend up a website and you can start to make money directly with consumers but mobile was potentially to be a different dynamic so when i joined android it doesn't nine. We essentially had a blank cheque right from the management at a google. Say look this is potentially going to be existential for the business. We need a horse in the race. Right we need to have something where we can compete with apple and have a dominant position or or at least one of tour to three key players so that was intended to mandate orchid blackberry. Back in the days so at started a company in mobile as well as building software for smartphone platforms. So i'd seen the movie before and really put frankly one foot in front of the other was a leap year for the next product line. That was our way to really put enjoyed map. Because when i joined had already launched a couple of phones but always considered december the fourth operating system after blackberry in iowa s maybe windows mobile as geeky operating system. Open source right. It's like on the fridge and we would really trying to show demonstrated the world that android has come a long way and it is a very formidable competitor to less so the next one was something google we paid for. That product developed by. Hec in that case. We work closely with the carriers to bring that product market which tried to sell the phone online ourselves. That did not work because we realized people still like to buy the phone in person. After the two years that i was there android went from when i joined less than a million total users. To by the time he left we were getting about a million new users day in that kind of scale for small. You only see a few places and in hindsight it's twenty twenty Bunch of things. We did right in the moment it was. We were just running around with their heads. Cut off and trying to figure out how to compete in a very fast growing world

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Lenovo’s new IdeaPad 5 Pro includes AMD Ryzen mobile processors

Daily Tech News Show

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Lenovo’s new IdeaPad 5 Pro includes AMD Ryzen mobile processors

"Also a few other lenovo things here idea pad. Five pro has that sixteen ten ratio display. There's your first. Cas trend but just sixteen. Ten ratio displays ninety percent screen to body ratio and h series. Amd rise in mobile processor at least up to that. So reisen processors in an idea pad the sixteen inches coming may twenty twenty one starting to eleven forty nine ninety nine fourteen inch coming to europe middle east end and europe middle east and africa in march intel versions and a five g version will also come to market

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Apple and Verizon to hold iPhone 12 event for businesses on Nov. 19

Mac OS Ken

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Apple and Verizon to hold iPhone 12 event for businesses on Nov. 19

"And apple. Bestest bud since sometime last month. They're taking their show on the virtual road. Download bog says the carrier and the cupertino company or hosting an iphone and five g focused event for business customers. It is a match made in a board room to be sure big reds. Got five g sell apples eventually going to have enough iphones to sell and businesses. That don't rely on people walking in the door of to be clear. This is really a verizon bent apple taking part pretty big part. Though the peace as verizon saying the event will showcase how business customers can use the new iphone twelve lineup and verizon's five g ultra wide band to power innovative solutions for industries like manufacturing field service and healthcare business customers using new iphone. Twelve models on verizon's five g network. Have the potential unlock new experiences with apps. It will take advantage of the unprecedented speed. Massive capacity and ultra low lag. Time for reisen. Five g can offer quick before everybody starts using it. Event is scheduled for this thursday. The nineteenth of november at ten. Am pacific one pm. Eastern registration is required. And let me just say. I am really looking forward to all the verizon emails. I just agreed to receive

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iPhone 12 and 5G

The 3:59

04:51 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 and 5G

"Switch gears to the twelve just launch last week and I know you can't talk about the numbers specifically got earnings coming out but. I'm just trying to get a sense of from your from your perspective, how well they sold and how does that compare to previous years the at least the launch timeframe from previous years, I think. Roger. In many ways last week represented the start the final start firing gun of the five G. era. We've been living for the last decade since twenty ten in the four G.. Erez. All the competitors fought and scrape to build networks from from t mobile standpoint. We started the four G. era dead last among the major carriers you've been covering a since then we had no four G. L.. T. E., no iphone, no national distribution and we were the distant number four. Now as the five G. starts this week because of the launch of the iphone to complete our our lineup of phones. T mobile is way in front, and that's a huge advantage for us. We've got twenty five million people covered with high speed mid band five. Gee, that's many times the speed, of Lt, and by the way we have one point four, million square miles covered with five. More than at and T. and verizon combined. So you're asking about the iphone it's been popular. It's been appealing and it's the official firing gun and start of the five G. era and T. mobile's way ahead. 'cause you talked about five G. and I know in terms of deployment you guys are in the lead in terms of breath coverage but you know verizon CEO has westbrook was on stage with Tim. Cook. At the IPHONE launch any warrior concerned that you know that that linkage that association or cemented rises because they've spent a lot of hyping up their five G. Network as well. But association with apple you worry about that that the perception even if that may not be the reality is that Reisen is leader and five G.. Now, not at all we have a great partnership with apple actually saw it in today's announcement that Apple TV plus comes free with customers who sign up in a long standing tradition of a great collaboration I don't know if you've noticed but during that announcement when it became so clear how centered around five G. The announced the IPHONE would be t mobile stock ran up and the other two went backwards even as Hans stood there on on stage and so you know look. People know that T. mobile is in the pole position in the five G. era, we have the assets or more mid band and low band spectrum than at and T. and verizon combined and more five G. already deployed in terms of square miles than both of them combined, and by the way not low-speed five G. But massive high capacity many times the speeds of Lt, five G. that will be reaching that high speed portfolio will reach a hundred million people by the end of this year. That's two months away while brazen goes around no wonder they're on TV. So often talking to journalists because they're trying to focus people's attention on. Ultra wideband lt that we have also, but that they only have in a smattering of places around the country and that's their whole play on high-speed. The rest is very low capacity shared spectrum with Lt e, the same highway there dividing up between five G. and LT and so there's no comparison they know it. We know it and Wall Street. Knows too well. We've just through been through one iphone launched got another set of iphones are launching next month with the Pro Max and the mini in. So I'm curious if we're GONNA see we did see some aggressive promotions from you with this launch. Are we going to see additional promotions or new promotions going into next month or you feel like you're satisfied with deals offering right now? Well, I could just go ahead and pre-announce all the promotions right now that works for you. Down that. Yeah you know what? We're disruptive competitive. This environment has times that were everybody's competing aggressively and putting out incredible promotions and it's got other times where you know we're taking a breath and reloading and getting ready and do you know what? It doesn't matter in both types of competitive environments t mobile thrives because our customers understand that on balance we offer the best value. You know we're willing to do go the extra mile for them offer the value especially when you look at the phone deal. Combined with the rape plan deal the total amount. You'RE GONNA pay. You have the chance at T. mobile now for the first time ever to have the best deal. And the best network, this industry is always made you choose, and now the customers are increasingly realizing. They can have both

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iPhone 12 and 5G

The 3:59

04:51 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 and 5G

"Switch gears to the twelve just launch last week and I know you can't talk about the numbers specifically got earnings coming out but. I'm just trying to get a sense of from your from your perspective, how well they sold and how does that compare to previous years the at least the launch timeframe from previous years, I think. Roger. In many ways last week represented the start the final start firing gun of the five G. era. We've been living for the last decade since twenty ten in the four G.. Erez. All the competitors fought and scrape to build networks from from t mobile standpoint. We started the four G. era dead last among the major carriers you've been covering a since then we had no four G. L.. T. E., no iphone, no national distribution and we were the distant number four. Now as the five G. starts this week because of the launch of the iphone to complete our our lineup of phones. T mobile is way in front, and that's a huge advantage for us. We've got twenty five million people covered with high speed mid band five. Gee, that's many times the speed, of Lt, and by the way we have one point four, million square miles covered with five. More than at and T. and verizon combined. So you're asking about the iphone it's been popular. It's been appealing and it's the official firing gun and start of the five G. era and T. mobile's way ahead. 'cause you talked about five G. and I know in terms of deployment you guys are in the lead in terms of breath coverage but you know verizon CEO has westbrook was on stage with Tim. Cook. At the IPHONE launch any warrior concerned that you know that that linkage that association or cemented rises because they've spent a lot of hyping up their five G. Network as well. But association with apple you worry about that that the perception even if that may not be the reality is that Reisen is leader and five G.. Now, not at all we have a great partnership with apple actually saw it in today's announcement that Apple TV plus comes free with customers who sign up in a long standing tradition of a great collaboration I don't know if you've noticed but during that announcement when it became so clear how centered around five G. The announced the IPHONE would be t mobile stock ran up and the other two went backwards even as Hans stood there on on stage and so you know look. People know that T. mobile is in the pole position in the five G. era, we have the assets or more mid band and low band spectrum than at and T. and verizon combined and more five G. already deployed in terms of square miles than both of them combined, and by the way not low-speed five G. But massive high capacity many times the speeds of Lt, five G. that will be reaching that high speed portfolio will reach a hundred million people by the end of this year. That's two months away while brazen goes around no wonder they're on TV. So often talking to journalists because they're trying to focus people's attention on. Ultra wideband lt that we have also, but that they only have in a smattering of places around the country and that's their whole play on high-speed. The rest is very low capacity shared spectrum with Lt e, the same highway there dividing up between five G. and LT and so there's no comparison they know it. We know it and Wall Street. Knows too well. We've just through been through one iphone launched got another set of iphones are launching next month with the Pro Max and the mini in. So I'm curious if we're GONNA see we did see some aggressive promotions from you with this launch. Are we going to see additional promotions or new promotions going into next month or you feel like you're satisfied with deals offering right now? Well, I could just go ahead and pre-announce all the promotions right now that works for you. Down that. Yeah you know what? We're disruptive competitive. This environment has times that were everybody's competing aggressively and putting out incredible promotions and it's got other times where you know we're taking a breath and reloading and getting ready and do you know what? It doesn't matter in both types of competitive environments t mobile thrives because our customers understand that on balance we offer the best value. You know we're willing to do go the extra mile for them offer the value especially when you look at the phone deal. Combined with the rape plan deal the total amount. You'RE GONNA pay. You have the chance at T. mobile now for the first time ever to have the best deal. And the best network, this industry is always made you choose, and now the customers are increasingly realizing. They can have both

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Apple Event 2020: Here's everything that was announced

Talking Tech

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Apple Event 2020: Here's everything that was announced

"Got the latest about those new iphones. They finally got announced I wanNA give you my take on them. Do you need to buy a new iphone? No, the series, twelve iphones we'll have a faster processing chip photographers like myself really eager to test out some of the new low light capabilities on the camera. It has glass that apple says is less susceptible to cracking. It comes with more storage than the previous models and they connect to the new five G. superfast supposedly wireless networks. Now, let's break it down five G. as it exists. Today is hype. It may one day be super speedy. It is not super speedy today. Except for certain little pockets were talking blocks. We're talking sections of blocks for Reisen, which is pushing five G. harder than the other carriers. Is only in fifty cities with they're super fast ultra band millimeter wave. Millimeter Wave Five G. it did just expand with a new flavor of a slower five G. Nationwide but you know I've tried the slower five G. from at and T. and T. Mobile, and it's just about the same as the four we have today I think it'll be different a year from now but I wouldn't rush out looking to find super speedy service that is just not there. Apple also announced a new interest in the smart home speaker again, taking on Amazon Echo and Google with now the nest audio, the home pod many one, hundred dollars. What's different? This time is. That apple's actually having a consumer price speaker last time around it was three hundred and fifty in nobody cared certainly not when you could buy Amazon speakers for fifty dollars. So I really look forward to trying out the homepage mini. They say it's going to have great sound. We'll see it's very small. It's also round just like the new take on the Amazon Echo speakers which are also around the Amazon speakers will be out later in October. The New Apple Khomeini will be available in mid-november. If you're a fan of the eleven pro and eleven pro phones, they are now discontinued. The only phones that apple are selling is the new. The new twelve's. The ten are a few years ago and the S. E. which is at three, hundred, ninety, nine, the most affordably priced bargain iphone out there. So summing up the new iphones I think they're going to be great they're going to be more powerful they're going to be sleek they're going to be wonderful. Do you need to have them know the camera features for photographers? Sound Pretty Great. Not as great as a camera though, but for an iphone the stuff, they showed the demo films the ability to shoot and low light look really enticing I. can't wait to try

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Thoughts on the new Pixel phones

All About Android

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Thoughts on the new Pixel phones

"Today's kind of an interesting episode because we really did know almost all the details. Ahead of last week's announcement. So some of the details that we're going to give you you've heard before there is some new stuff in here but. And there was little to no, there were no surprises, right I mean. I guess there were a couple of like software surprises when you're talking about the Pixel Five, right? Like there was no, we got I can't believe. I can't fool the I can't believe they did this. Yeah totally. The one thing that. What did you guys think it'd be event itself. Random. Oh Yeah I would say that. The launch in event seemed very chill for them. They seem really confident in in a different way. So they weren't hyping things up or blowing things out of proportion. There was just kinda like, Hey, yeah. We're releasing a few devices and you hope you like them and that probably fit what they are actually launching. So I thought they didn't. Then, also probably fits the tone of the world. Yeah. Right because nobody nobody's really shooting fireworks and making a big deal about things. The more modest humble like here's what we got approach I. think that's a good. Time for more than half an hour of a soiree like listening in to tech event plus like. Virtual schooling the kids that's nobody offer. So right? Yeah. It was only half an hour and I have to say I was pretty happy about. Like all right cool they got in, they made the announcement and like like we said, you know a couple of times. Now, we already kind of knew everything google new. We already knew everything they really were light on details in the event I thought was really interesting like, yes, it was short. They announced four main devices which we're to talk about but even within the. Devices, they really did not go into the weeds. They're not talking about the processor that's inside the Pixel five they're talking more about like Pixel phones from a lifestyle perspective and kind of being happy with the photo performance, and the kind of little delights that you get with some of the software enhances stuff So they've but it was very light on those specific. Details. Pixel five of course was I would say the the more notable of the four devices only because it's the next Pixel. And everything that we already knew six ninety nine is the cost for that. Unit. There's not an xl size snapdragon seventy, sixty, five G. with five G. supporting subjects and millimeter wave a five G.. Aches Ram hundred twenty gigs of storage a six inch HD, plus Ola display with ninety hertz. Refresh rate to rear facing cameras the standard twelve point two megapixel. Camera which they've had in the last three or four pixels I. Mean it's it's basically the main sensor pixel phones as well as the the a series. Plus a sixteen megapixel ultra wide. So going from the telephoto last year to the ultra-wide this year forty, eighty, million, hour battery fifteen watt wireless charging also reverse wireless, charging rear, free a fingerprint sensor and an under display speaker which. I would say I'm a little concerned with because I, just I don't know sometimes the under displays speakers kind of approach as opposed to having like a little grill like I I don't know I wanna hear it to know but I think I saw like a video someone online had the pixel five already was kind of testing all these things indefinitely kind. Of. was saying that the speaker itself sounded Canada tinny. So I don't know if any of you saw any of those videos but no solely, which means no motion sense no face unlock here it's all fingerprint sensor going forward So starting with the hardware, are we like obviously it's what we expected because we knew all about it but Is Google offering enough with this next pixel flagship say to entice people brandon. What do you think? I, actually think that they priced it at least fifty dollars too much or if not one hundred dollars too much and I, think some of you might know about the whole mater millimeter wave thing with Reisen that might have a part in that but them kind of cutting out every single thing that is not absolutely necessary. is them obviously trying to get a lower? Price Point because it's working on their a-series devices. So they're trying to bring that at least on the higher end. Still I. Miss Things like the squeeze too for the assistant I miss face unlock, and if you remove solely, you lose the face unlock at least in terms of how Google's doing things. So there are some little magical things about a pixel device that I'm missing. Yeah I've come to actually really like the face unlock because it works so well on the floor Excel but I also like a rear facing fingerprint sensor which is. What a lot of other phones still have some of them have in display it is kind of also nice to have that direct kind of control over when I want to unlock my phone as opposed to the just happened to look at my phone and unlocked, and maybe I didn't want that. Maybe I wanted to look at the lock string content that sort of stuff. So. Let's see. Twenty two. What's that? Oh Twenty, all masks and everything. Good Point. That's a solid point the face, a lock on the Pixel. Four has been a little inconvenient. What I'm on about absolutely software. Wise. I feel like software wise is where we had at least some surprise. We didn't really know very much or at least I didn't know very much going into the event about extreme battery saver which they say promises up to forty eight hours. It's switches off a bunch of features on the phone I even more. So than it did before pases most APPs slows down the processor. It's just like if you need to stretch your battery this way do it and you can get two days out of it.

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'False alarm' between T-Mobile and Verizon shows how competitive 5G battle is

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 1 year ago

'False alarm' between T-Mobile and Verizon shows how competitive 5G battle is

"Hour always on culture now depends on a working grid not just of electricity but of telecommunications and an Internet that not only never goes down but constantly speeds up efficiency is our subconscious mantra and that may be a big reason behind the hot water. All three major wireless carriers are in Verizon at and T. and T. mobile have all been promoting their new five G. wireless services heard about that each wants you to believe that their service is the fastest the most reliable hands down the best. Here's one of Reisen ads from last year at Verizon building the most powerful five G. Experience for America. That's why the NFL. Chose Verizon because they need their massive capacity of five G. With Ultra wideband, we're streaming streaming posting fans inexperienced five. Thirteen trouble in most cases, those claims can't be proved, and so the courts have banned each of these rivals from boasting about their prowess and from implying that the others are the lightweights of the wireless world witness verizon the ad I just shared with you was set in Gillette Stadium, home of the new Patriots, the company stopped running that ad last November. But that didn't stop at and T. from challenging verizon's use of the phrase most powerful to the division, the Better Business Bureau that rules on deceptive advertising cases. Why did not call the phrase into question essentially because the carriers have hardly rolled five g. out anywhere yet so it's impossible to prove one carriers mostly non existent five G. implementation is better than others. There were also questions about whether the ad was implying that the rollout was far more widespread and available to the average consumer than it was in May. The Review Board called the national advertising. Division were in a D agreed with a t and t and told verizon to using the term verizon appealed early this month they lost the said essentially consumers have no idea what most powerful means in this context the claim could not be substantiated. One it comes to making false claims don't assume that verizon is the worst offender. nope. The Empty Braggadocio is a game played by the entire industry. Go back through years in you'll see that at and T. got trouble claiming that its current four G. Network was by virtue of being fast virtually identical to five G. It even used the phrase five G. EVOLUTION TO DESCRIBE ITS FOUR G service a consumer looking for the fastest cell service could hardly be blamed for assuming that meant, they'd be using a five G. Network. Three years later, most of US still use four g networks the told at and T. to stop using the deceptive evolution phrase. At and Later agreed, and then there's t mobile, which isn't exactly honest either in late August, the NASD toll, t mobile to stop claiming that it's five G. services more reliable than the others verizon had challenged that claim t mobile said, it will appeal that decision but the Advertising Review Board also recommended that t mobile needed to stop running ads in which science guy bill nye claim that verizon's five G. coverage was barely broader than the average bus stop bench that according to industry publication fierce wireless. With a widespread deployment of five G. still some time off in the future. Why would every major wireless carrier use such inflated claims in a Word Mindshare? They want to attract and retain you as a customer. Are you more likely to stay with your current mobile carrier? If you feel pretty sure that the company will soon offer blazing fast five g service. Well maybe it's all about perception perception of what's here today and better yet perception about a speedy powerful future. That's almost hear these kinds of empty claims have a long long history in the advertising world from Telco Tonics beauty items to baby products. Advertisers repeatedly tried to stake out the territory of a- best. And rivals almost always challenge those fluffy bordering on dishonest claims. So next time you see a company claiming to be the strongest most powerful fastest or the best ask yourself. Where's the evidence chances are? There isn't any.

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The Life of Christina Rossetti

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 1 year ago

The Life of Christina Rossetti

"On this episode of five minutes in Church history, let's talk about a poet. Christina Rosetti she was born in eighteen thirty, and she died in eighteen, ninety four. She was born into an Italian family in London. This was a very artistic family to her. Brothers were painters, and she was a poet. Her father was a poet, and he taught at King's College. He was a political exile from Italy and spent his final decades in London and in England and of course. Course Christina Rosetti would spend her entire life in England. And as she was turning twenty, she became engaged, but it was broken off when he converted to Roman Catholicism. She would remain single the rest of her life. Since the age of twelve, she wrote poetry that was eighteen, forty two. This was the era of Tennyson and Dickens and the Bronte's in Elizabeth Barrett Browning, this was the era of Victorian literature, and into that Pantheon is the poet, the Anglican poet Christina Rosetti. Her First Book of poetry was published in eighteen, forty seven. She was seventeen years old. It was published by her grandfather. Her first commercially published book of poetry was published the next year in eighteen, forty eight. It was later in eighteen, sixty, two that her book, the Goblin market and other poems was published. That was probably one of her most famous poems in the book that sort of put her on the map so to speak. She wants wrote. How beautiful are the arms which have embraced Christ the hands which have touched Christ? The is which have gazed upon Christ, the lips which have spoken of Christ. The feet which have followed Christ Christina Rosetti followed Christ as a poet. She loved to use Simi's in her poems. You know what a simile is a simile comparison using Laker as in her poem birthday. She uses a whole string of them. She says my heart is like a singing bird whose nest is in a watered shoot. My heart is like an apple tree, whose bows are bent with thickset fruit. My heart is like a rainbow shell that paddles and Halcion see. My heart is gladder then all these because my love is come to me, so she used the similarly in another poem eight better resurrection. She uses to similarities to talk about herself. She says my life is like a faded leaf. My harvest dwindled to a Husk. Truly my life is void and brief. And tedious and the Baron Dusk. My life is like a frozen thing, nobod-, nor greenest can I see yet rise it's Xiao the sap of spring oh Jesus Reisen me. She then follows. My Life is like a broken bowl, a broken bowl the cannot hold one drop of water for my soul or cordial and the searching cold. CAST in the fire, the parish thing melt and remold it till it be a Royal Cup for him, my King Oh Jesus drink of me well, she wrote many poems. She wrote to Christmas carols. She wrote books of non fiction. And in eighteen ninety two. She wrote a commentary on the book of revelation. That same year. She had surgery for cancer. And two years later in eighteen, ninety four, she died in London. Well. Let's go back to that poem in here it again. My Life is like a broken bowl, a broken bowl that cannot hold one drop of water for my soul or cordial in the searching cold cast in the fire, the parish thing melt and it till it be a Royal Cup for him my king. JESUS DRINK OF

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How the Warriors stack up against Jordan's Bulls

The NBA Show

05:27 min | 1 year ago

How the Warriors stack up against Jordan's Bulls

"Everybody in the free world. Watch the last dance the other night. It appears Draymond. Green did too and draymond green went on a podcast yesterday. uninterrupted W RT s after. Show party with Paul Rivera and Maverick Carter. No less And he likened their last season with Kevin Durant the warriors to what he had just watched on. Tv with the last season of the Bulls and he didn't hold back and he said one of the things from watching it. Was that what you saw? Is everybody kind of set it up like this is going to be the last year and so there was none of that elephant in the room hanging out there for their team That last warriors team with Durant and said that you know. Steve tried to deal with it but Kevin was asked about it every day. Dream on saying I want to be a warrior for Life Klay say and I want to be a warrior for life and then there was this elephant in the room the entire year and it was almost as if he watched the last dance and thought Jeez They handled that a lot. Better like hanging out there the whole year. Everybody knew that was going to be the end and so they just treated it that way the whole year. What you guys think. I mean ownership didn't handle it better. The player of the players may have the players may have handled it at worst. And Scottie Pippen you know getting the surgery when he did wanting out you know Jordan thinking was selfish but ownership on the warriors side of things. At least their goal is building with sustainability. They WANNA keep steph curry and Klay Thompson and continue winning. Reisen Dorf in Krause and the Bulls were ready to pull the plug after the first three championships. Trying to trade pippen for camp granted that still a win but then after it it's about China. Tear Down Arriba. I don't see that from the warriors now but it is fascinating. How much history has repeated in some ways with the disease of more and whatnot that manifested with Katie? Always being jealous of steph curry in the spotlight that he received and you look at what the Bulls went through in the nineties. I it is hard to see the parallels from the players side. We think I didn't see it. I just think Jerry mind was a I think he was a little narcissistic with it is totally different situation. Durant in that situation is basically the Rodman character. Rodman was on the Bulls for three years. Durant shows up for three years pushes him to another level but other I mean the bulls thing was so different Jordan and pippen were together for you know twelve years and there were Phil Jackson for. I don't know it was at least nine or whatever and everything was the same and they were just going going going and they had all these different ups and downs and that warriors thing you know they durant was on that team for blip was if you add up when when he actually showed up and then when he left. It's less than three years. It's like thirty months It's not a perfect comparable for for either team. But I do think you know the players you know seeking that attention. Wanting what's there's at I think with that aspect there's some similarities but overall though I mean I'm with you in the sense that ownership in front office objectives here are far different in what the Bulls wanted to do in the nineties with Crowson. Reisen Dorf is far different than what the warriors are trying to do with Myers and and warriors ownership. Now right I mean the differences with the warriors thing. It was one person undermining the whole thing. Durant yeah the Bulls thing it was. It was like a bad marriage with you. Know eight nine different people. All knowing like the marriage is ending and I think with the warriors they kept trying to pull durant back in that second season when he was there was when it started to fall apart in the third season. I still feel like they felt like it might be salvageable until they had that clippers game and then after that I think there are some similarities with the chemistry. Let's say let's say this. Let's say draymond. His way would have played out the way he wanted to write like. I don't buy for one second. If Kevin Durant started that season said this is my last year with the warriors it still would have been a problem like the right here the whole year by the way. He should have done that though. That's how he should have handled it and I think part of the problem is he didn't handle it that way. And you know the players and the team new organization. They knew he was leaving. They knew about all the New York stuff they thought it was gonna be the Knicks but they knew he was leaving. It was by especially by February march ever in the league new so I think from that standpoint underminded what's the elephant in the room. That draymond talking about that. You know what I'm saying if they all had this understanding Kevin. Ain't going to be with US after this year. Then why is he acting like it was a problem throughout the entire year? That Kevin was just saying Oh. I don't know we'll see we'll because I think Kevin probably agree with this. I think there was still hope that he might do a one eighty. You know I I think that. And honestly with the with the ninety eight balls and you're gonNA find out in the tenth part it came a lot closer to everybody coming back except for Rodman I I think they knew Rodman was done but I think once they actually won. I think there was a moment there where they were like Holy Shit. What are we doing? We gotTA defend this again.

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Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

This Week in Computer Hardware

09:01 min | 2 years ago

Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

"Weld nitwits this week. Computer Hardware twits weekly. Show about amazingly enough hardware. We're going to get some hands on useful information in some speculation some mayhem. We're going to talk about everything from phones to consoles to. Of course processors. GP Parents Norton joins US always by Mr Sebastian Compeq editor in chief. PC per who is still excited delighted. Delighted delighted delighted. Delighted amazed by the sixteen core. Thirty nine fifty. X Is this your favorite processor of twenty nine thousand nine slash early two thousand twenty. Certainly my favorite processor of twenty twenty so far. Patrick I mean the ear were were well underway. Where two weeks and I can't find a processor to top? It and I've tried fairly hard to do that. But we didn't have hands on with the thirty nine fifty x when it first launched right. It was in short supply. And here's the kind of the amazing thing about this. I finally released review of it because Suddenly availability got better. AMD was able to start sending out their second wave review samples so we we got caught up. And we're back up to speed benchmarked. The thirty nine fifty x in various situations and the kind of the amazing thing about this is For for a very small price premium per core over there already very impressive Reisen nine thirty nine hundred acts. Yeah and it's about a five dollar premium precor so not that much you get a processor that has sixteen cores instead of twelve slightly higher. Fire single core clocks and lower Based clock it's kind of this odd trade off the thirty nine hundred. X Is Twelve twenty twenty four threads three point eight GIGAHERTZ and it can boost up to four point six GIGAHERTZ and then the rising nine you you have. The full sixteen cores to two. Eight courtship bullets fully enabled slightly lower overall Speed three point five gigahertz. So three hundred megahertz slower. which you'd expect when you increase core counts in the density and worries about leakage and all kinds of stuff so yeah it makes sense but then it can single core boosts up to four point seven and the only way they really could achieve leave? This is through beginning. They were kind of cherry picking of the chip. Let's being used so. They could clock that slightly higher single core number. And we've talked about this throughout the year last year pretty much. Since this was announced that E. Three that they're the bidding process on. This could potentially be problematic attic and it seemingly was now within the last week or two. I'm seeing these show up at their seven. Forty P randomly like they'll be in stock at best buy or or something and I'm seeing prices on Ebay. Drop all the way down to around seven hundred ninety nine dollars so it seems like it's stabilized. Seven nanometer yields must be pretty good because all of a sudden this is around 'em SRP which is kind of nuts. And then. I mean we could talk about the performance. I mean just imagine we we. We've talked about it before on the podcast but It's were onto a newer version of the firmware. The agenda version is different aren't than when the CPU actually launched. I tested it with the latest. So like one dot co dot co dot four revision B that we're on right now but it is gonNA show you like you're going to see higher overall performance easily because you're dealing with something that has four more cores eight more threads but just comparing period against the Intel side. I was looking at recent results that I I'd run over the last month or two with four nine ten nine hundred Z.. That thousand dollar flagship high desktop part from Intel and compared to that this is still giving you slightly higher performance in certain workloads. Pretty much all of the workloads that I tested Had the thirty nine fifty x on top. And it's a cheaper part You know video compression testing that I did You can argue whether x sixty four to pass. Is the right way to test video anymore. I need to switchover handbrake or whatever but seven ZIP compression. It was faster It was faster. Incentives like the usual Benchmark numbers the people. Look at you. You're seeing a a processor. I think because of the core clock clock speed advantage was actually beating out the eighteen core ten nine eighty x z and just across the like every CPU benchmark that Iran and then in the gaming tests it got got kind of ugly for ten eighty C.. which is consistently delivered the lowest with the same Graphics Card Yeah The ten ninety x consistently offered the lowest gaming performance of the of the little group tested processors? I and I think there's a reason that Intel does not use this in their charts if they're talking about gaming performance they're going to be using the ninety nine hundred k. k.. Yes and I use the chaos. Well you know it's it's a round their actual MS RPM for that CPS this unusual five hundred and thirteen dollars so it's very close with thirty nine hundred x okay. We'll use Intel's best part and that that clock speed advantage does seem to help because that's a five gigahertz processor her and so it's faster even than the maximum single core boost of the third fifty x and it was. It was mildly interesting to look this over and see the differences between the the to rise in nine. They're so close I mean. Don't buy the thirty nine fifty x because you think it's going to be giving you better gaming performance because it's essentially essentially deadlocked with the thirty nine hundred x its trade. They traded back and forth over. which was faster is? Apparently some games were more reliant. The first single core performance and some of them the higher overall all core clock speed of thirty nine hundred x was still faster so but in the end I was happy to finally get through and benchmark the CPU Myself see how like what kind of value was as I had it in my head that a thirty nine hundred x was still a better value. And when I actually put together a Shar there's a section in my review it's on the pricing there's little price per core and it's based on launch price. So right we're finally the point where the thirty nine fifty x is basically at is launch price. And it's only like I said it's only five dollars more. It's like five dollars and twenty three cents more per core to get the sixteen version. You still. It's still a better value you to get the thirty nine hundred x technically. It is forty one dollars and fifty eight cents per core and the rise in nine thirty nine. Fifty X is forty-six eighty-one per core. You Bite it. Ms Syrupy and then Intel's processors next on the list at fifty four dollars thirty nine cents per core and that's if you can find it a and find it at the Ms Rpm so all of this is there's a lot of Assumptions being made. But it's it's impressive to see how on this EP side of things like CPU benchmarks intensive tasks and on the gaming side brazen nine is faster than Intel's core. I nine high in desktop part and it's not always especially close And you're also getting something that's a you know ten twelve dollars less per core and it's it's it's just really obviously. This has been beaten endlessly to death but the zen architectures really really good and I I am feeling more and more positive about their seven nanometer availability. The future of these high rise in nine parts becoming more mainstream when they felt like these sort of exotic hard Dubai processors for a long time over the last six months but they weren't necessarily surly exotic and hard to buy they they. They were impossible to buy which made them seem much more exotic than they actually are. Let's let's be honest. It was impossible to find. It also made me like looking at some of the the reported wattage consumption between the thirty nine hundred in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine hundred thirty nine fifty x yeah. Yeah we're we're seeing like one hundred fifty ish watts which is way over the hundred five watt TDP that they were talking about In real world And then which Actually and I'm seeing numbers for the thirty nine hundred. Some people are reporting consumption up in the neighborhood of two hundred watts which is so nine years ago. I don't have words for for it but at least you're getting a tremendous amount of performance for that

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Verizon introduces OneSearch a new privacy-focused search engine

Daily Tech News Show

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Verizon introduces OneSearch a new privacy-focused search engine

"Verizon media launched a privacy focused search engine called one searched the promises no cookie tracking no add personalization no profiling no data storing and no data sharing with advertisers Reisen says as part of its search optimization process it will store a user's. Ip Address Search Query. And you use your agent on different servers so that it can't draw correlations between a users specific location and their

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AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

This Week in Computer Hardware

08:30 min | 2 years ago

AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

"Think the big news for us us at this week in computer hardware as Amdi is absolutely totally and utterly taking seven nanometer into the mobile space and gunning for Intel's tells biggest moneymaker on the CPU side which is of course laptop processors or mobile processors. And and that that was the big sticking point we've talked so much in two thousand nineteen about rising three thousand processors and they had their seven nanometer zen to architecture picture and as complicated as Pew Micro Architecture is just the fact that Ed they reached that seven nanometer number to do things like really push shit with aggressive clock speeds release more cores because they went to a new manufacturing technology that uses something called chip bullets which are little. CPU CPU while they're they're small. CPU dies that go on to a larger substrates. And you can put more than one of them onto a CPU so on desktop that can fit two of these things in the same size processor package that used to top out at four six maybe eight cores. And now we have products like they're sixteen core reisen nine three nine fifty x so on on the mobile side though there was brazen three thousand which was just kind of rebranded Zen plus technology from the year before so it was still on twelve nanometer. It it didn't really make the impact on mobile that you would expect it. Although we talked previously about Intel's woes kind of getting products out the door. They had their own fourteen hundred meter Issues with supply so more and more laptops started becoming available with Andy as an option even though it was an older architecture the great thing now as far as competition goes and and seeing where this will take us as far as mobile performance in two thousand twenty is susanne to is now on mobile big announcement and we're talking about mobile parts that are up to Acor sixteen threads and that's from a forty forty-five watt part that would be the rise in seven forty eight hundred h and actually a thirty five watt variant of. It called the forty eight hundred. H S also exists Eisai's Jason is one in an RG notebook. But you know it's pretty serious stuff. We're talking about you know four. Six eight core hyper threaded or in this case. SM T like multi threaded Parts for Mobile at seven nanometers hitting the kind of TDP. EP targets that we've been used to from inside with their higher performance mobile parts which up until recently I mean I think the highest part from Intel on mobile global is probably going to be. I think it's a core sixteenth as well. There's an option for that. In some very high in notebooks and linked the new macbook pro and that sort of thing prior to that they'd had an option for up two six cores and across the board most of their options around the four core mark and those are still fourteen nanometer parts. There are some ten meter parts out there. We you definitely saw more announcements of your stuff from Intel et ce. Yes but just the fact that reisen three thousand and is now on mobile. It's called Reisen. Four thousand that's the thing the mobile parts or a generation ahead as far as the naming convention goes but it's it's literally just the notebook variant of two thousand nineteen hottest product. So that's very big news and just Everything that that involves I really at at this point. They don't have navy on mobile we haven't you know we know that's coming coming we know they're working on Nahvi integration with AP US obviously amd has has scored the win with both of the new gaming systems. Coming up with the xbox playstation decision five so we coming but for now we've already seen things at CVS like the forty eight hundred thousand seven mobile part are paired with like an arts twenty sixty in a high end gaming laptop. And that's just something that we had just totally foreign to anybody who has gone to any of these shows covered industry for the last five or six years when any gaming laptop period or productivity machine. The one I'm holding in my lap right now I was always some form of either a core. I five or core. I seven mobile Intel part and if it offered discrete graphics it was probably going to be an invidia discrete graphics exchange and now. AMD has found their way into more and more laptop models throughout two thousand nineteen and now isn't just a sort sort of metoo products where they can fill a void left by Intel struggling to meet demand for their fourteen nine meterologist parts suddenly. It's it's a significantly better alternative in some cases depending on what the target is. I can't wait to get these end because we can look at at charts and we're looking at right now watching the video of you know single threaded performance gains multi threaded gains the graphic performance. Because there there are integrated graphics with these as well But just getting them in hand testing laptops and seeing what the finished product is going to be if the battery life is going to be any different than Intel Park because if we get these and they run at the same temperature as as an integral part and they have about the same battery life but you're getting higher core counts. It'll I feel like it could do the same thing. That's rising did on desktop where really pushes Intel to respond with more and more of what had been reserved for those ultra high performance. Like mobile workstation parts. Yeah because that's kind of what this is like the forty forty eight hundred zero reisen. Part is like a mobile workstation. CPU Yeah No. I mean that's the big thing for me. is they from really from a performance standpoint. This is this is fantastic right. 'cause we can pretty much guarantee they're gonNA cost less or the same amount of money. You're you'RE GONNA get a lot more course. What I'm very curious about is to see how ambitious Abe's architect fares are architecture with battery life? Because so much of Intel's Technical Prowess or engineering focus over the last few years has not been about like upping the amount of work clock cycles so so much as they have been working on reducing the amount of energy consumed by the processor at all and the associated chipsets sets and everything else around it and they have a lot of fairly serious engineering accurate and tied up in that we think you know and part of the reason we think that or I think that is because you know until told us for years at the Pierre is not the big power consumer the CPR is not too big power. It's the screen. And then they get a massive Chains they just re architect it the way they handled You know the power of the processor and all of a sudden battery lice went up like fifty percent and it was just kind of like okay. That happened but to get back to where you were going. I think if if you can you get more performance but you have to. The battery life is becomes less compelling story. I think they have to deliver battery Park. That is comparable to the Intel parts or the battery. Life's for us to. I mean this is exciting though I really WanNa see whether or not you know. HP Dell and Lenovo. Oh step up to sign up for these parts on their premier laptop lines which would be a gutsy move for them to this is going to piss off Intel and there's always the possibility is is amby going to be able to scale on this. Are the parts going to be. It's it's always exciting when you go with something new but I envy is a lot of experience with seven nanometer at this point and we seem to still be able to buy GP SO I. I feel That that the the the processes working that said I think their goals to sell like an order of magnitude more mobile processors. They sell jeep us. Because there's a lot more mobile users than there are are people Graphics cards for gaming so I mean in terms of like our coverage is probably the biggest story at the

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When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

PC Perspective Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

"I bought a reisen seven. Seventeen hundred accent x three seventy motherboard. When they were first released partially because of the promised upgrade path amd has really delivered on in for upgrades? Recently Micro Center had had the twenty seven hundred extra one thirty miss that sale my question. Do you think any core rising three thousand parts will be similarly discounted next year is a discount less likely likely because then to is TMZ seven nanometer instead of the less popular glue twelve present. Plus she twenty seven hundred six tempting but if they three thousand series series price coming down the next year I may hold out rather than doing. Multiple upgrades are primarily game. The next year is xbox and PS five. Maybe faster the seventeen hundred x which would could increase requirements for future games Seventy to the twenty seven hundred x is is unreasonable upgrade from the seventeen hundred just because you get some some higher burst speeds And that's GonNa have a positive effect on gaming remember. The seventy nine hundred hundred acts was was the lower Burst part and Minimum as compared to like the eighteen hundred acts which was the top end. And you know I I think if you found twenty seven hundred extra one thirty again. You're going to be happy with that upgrade yells. Let's check your mother board for Three thousand compatibility because I've seen a lot of tests and in the thirty six hundred not even thirty six hundred acts that the thirty six hundred is as fast if not a little faster within the twenty seven hundred x so prices will eventually go down. But I don't expect to see anything drastic until at least summer to maybe fall of two thousand twenty could be wrong but I think then three is is going to be a later part of twenty twenty rather than another like spring refresh. What we had This year well it wasn't a refresh was a major lodge but anyway yeah I mean the prices eventually go down but I don't. I don't see that happening happening. I mean you're going to get a couple of flash sales here and there I mean keep your eye out for maybe thirty six hundred x because again. I think you'll get a little bit better gaming performance and and Smooth for for not a whole lot more money than three six hundred but people have the opposite opinion mine and think that the three six hundred is really the the best price performance of of the entire group up to you but I like the three six hundred ex

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Bitesize History: Ireland's Last 100 Years

Brief History Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Bitesize History: Ireland's Last 100 Years

"Is the lawyer lawyer risk profile for the last hundred years we will write that down as a time line Logical event over the last hundred years so in nineteen fourteen so the outbreak of war. What delays which implementation of the new home rule legislation which would have have restored the Dublin pond foreign centuries of unrest over British Dominion in Ireland Nineteen Sixteen National Stage East that raisins season General post office in Dublin on Proclaiming Independent Irish Republic. The reisen is crushed. I by the British you X.. To its leaders including all seven signature is the declaration of the Republic. Arteries public opinion is outraged. Nineteen nineteen led by Ayman Develop the nationalist movement Shin Fain of we know Translates we ourselves sets up a W assembly dial remain which again proclaims Irish independence a guerilla campaign by Irish Republican Army or IRA against British forces begins with heavily covered shelters on both sides the Irish Free State so nineteen twenty one so the anger Irish treaty establishing the Free State an independent dominion of the British crank thank with internal self governing rights politician from Northern Ireland which remains part the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland nineteen twenty tape the Dublin Parliament ratifies the treaty despite opposition Civil breaks out in hundreds are killed nineteen thirty tate. Divinatory becomes head of government after previous administration files to deal with economic difficulties. Nineteen thirty seven new elections devoted Also prove new constitution which abolishes. She's the Irish Free State and proclaims ear Gaelic for island as a sovereign independent democratic state. Nineteen thirty nine outbreak of World War. Two era remains neutral. The Irish citizens joined allied forces. Nineteen forty eight develop loses loses election on economic difficulties John Costello become prime minister. Broad coalition exclude include excluded Fiona fail now nineteen forty-nine it becomes Republic of Ireland and leaves which is Commonwealth Nineteen Nineteen fifty-nine. Sean lemass becomes finale fail. Leader and Prime Minister Launches Economic Modernisation Sees Island moved from mainly agricultural base and eventually joined Economic European Economic Community. The e nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine thousand nine hundred ninety a conflict in Northern Ireland notice the troubles which occasionally spilled over into Republic of Ireland nineteen seventy three island. Silence joins the European Economic Community Violence Northernin intensifies relations between Ireland and Britain strained strained early nineteen eighties island faces severe economic problems. We've rising debt in an employment tree elections. Oh how in the space of less than a year nineteen ninety-three amendment constitution insurance right to life of unborn chart. The the eighth amendment is seen as laying the foundation for I'm strict anti-abortion laws nineteen ninety-five. Anger are Screaming Continues Continues Against the Republic Consultative Role in government of Nova Island. Nineteen ninety-one Island signs the treaty not of European Union at

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"reisen" Discussed on Avenir Suisse Podcast

Avenir Suisse Podcast

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on Avenir Suisse Podcast

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"reisen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Would you pick if if we're talking about the government the Biz supposed to work by and for the people I would absolutely take too much transparency always and in almost all cases this is Trevor Tim. I'm the executive director of freedom of the press foundation which advocates for openness and transparency it's Parenti in government you know when we're talking about government transparency what that means is that the people should know what the government is doing. whether that is the policies they're carrying out the executive branch the laws that are being debated and discussed in Congress or the court system but trevor says ends probably won't come as a shock that the government often falls way too short what we have seen over the past six or seven decades is way too much secrecy where everything is considered classified by the government that pertains to foreign policy or national security and allows the government to break laws waste billions of dollars abuse the system and facilitates corruption and transparency transparency is a very important tool to prevent those types of things. The problem of course is that sometimes when people like whistle blowers or journalists try to hold the government government accountable. They're met with intense. Resistance Trevor gave one of those examples on the Ted Stage. This is James Rising. You may know him as the Pulitzer Prize winning reporter for the New York Times long before anybody knew Edward Snowden name Reisen wrote a book in which he famously exposed that the NSA was illegally wire tapping the phone calls of Americans but it's another chapter in that book that may haven't even more lasting impact act in it. He describes a catastrophic. US intelligence operation in which the CIA quite literally handed over blueprints of a nuclear bomb tom to Iran sounds crazy. Go read it. It's an incredible story so this James Rise in story so he has this book and it comes out and it reveals that that the CIA basically handed over blueprints to build a bomb the vom to Iran is that what happened basically yeah it's basically he was writing about a spectacularly botched. CIA operation this is in the early two thousands where the CIA was trying to trick Iran into building a fake nuclear weapon and so they God blueprints for a nuclear bomb made some small alterations to them that would essentially make it inoperable and attempted to hand them over to the Iranian on in government now the running government allegedly immediately realize the fake parts of the diagram but also understood that they handed over a largely accurate blueprint of a nuclear bomb as well and so it was really a story about the essentially handing you know incredibly incredibly sensitive material the most sensitive you could possibly imagine to a country which they were trying to prevent from getting a bomb and they were actually helping them along. This is classified information that he he he gets yep absolutely the information that Reisen publishes in the story. I think anybody in the government would agree was highly classified Oh you know this was a covert operation by the CIA it's also important to realize that there is a huge public interest to the story to there's no way the government is is happy. He published this classified information no fair for nearly a decade afterwards Reisen was the subject of the government investigation in which prosecutors demanded that he testify against one of his alleged sources and along the way it became the face face for the US government's recent pattern of prosecuting whistleblowers spying on journalists you see under the first amendment. The press has the right to publish secret information in the public interest but it's impossible to exercise that right if the media can also gather that news and protect the identities of the brave men and women who get get it to them so when the government came knocking reisen did what many were brave reporters have done before him you refused and said he'd rather go to jail so from two thousand seven to two thousand fifteen rising lived under the specter of going to federal prison so what ended up happening to him they after the seven year legal battle they just dropped the subpoena entirely why well you know over the last decade while this subpoena and legal battle was going on the US government realized that to find reporter sources they actually didn't need the reporters to testify against them anymore. you know with the explosion of cell phones and email and the Internet the government realized that it had increased surveillance capabilities and it could go to a company like Google or verizon or at or facebook and gather all sorts of data on who sources are talking to reporters are talking to and and they can take this information to court and get a conviction against a source without having the reporter testify at all and this is exactly what happened in James Rises case they were able to get Rosen's phone records his email records his travel records and and rising did not know this until many years later and they were able to use this information to build a circumstantial case against inste- James Raisins alleged source who is a former. CIA officer named Jeffrey Sterling and once the trial began after the subpoena was dropped. Mister Sterling was quickly convicted so so let's say we personally like that. James Reisen exposes information and think it's important right right. How do we know what should be secret and what shouldn't be secret and and who decides that why I think this is a great question because because I think that people have a misconception about what happens when journalists are reporters or newspapers publish newsworthy stories that the government thinks is is classified number one it is not just one single source who is in deciding what should go in the New York Times? and what shouldn't you know. Reporters are are when they publish these types of stories often a half to have multiple sources to make sure that things are accurate they have experienced national security teams inside these newspapers made up of editors reporters and lawyers who look at this information from the perspective of okay what is the public interest of the story and what has the potential damage to national security and can we weigh those two ideas against each other and see if this information is far more in the public public interest then could potentially damage national security but when the government says to newspaper virtually every time you shouldn't publish the story story because you're going to have blood on your hands. It becomes a boy who cries wolf where the government is saying that everything that they say is classified. This is definitely a danger to society and they can never know it and then when a newspaper publishes it becomes clear that there was no damage and that this was in the public interest this happens wins over and over again and you start to realize the classification system is broken and just a.

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"reisen" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

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Reisenbach mobile application the carrier block google wallet a competing application reisen compelled capelle samsung to pre reload call nut caller name idea block samsung from integrating white pages bryson misleads indices customers by saying third party devices that are compatible with it's that record nine also reisen operas vague and speech species specious allegations instead of specific explanation for denying that works access reisen denied all of new orleans allegations and see pilings saying among other things that it were to connect the reporting devices network at work but there were delays due to circumstances to character not control while some of new orleans allegations some of new orleans allegations locations of reisen said the company practice the company practices he complained about did did not violate f._c._c. rules for example apple bryson said quote there is no raise no prohibition carriers charging customers for tethering services for the purposes reviewing when's complaint the f._c._c. said that the rules apply to the period that to the period a issue in the complaint but new en didn't prove that violation didn't prove that bryce hasn't violated the net neutrality or any other roles the f._c._c. also explains the f._c._c. denial of duets complaint walton ham for complaining about problems and he did not experience himself while new win pointed to twenty two devices led to brian allegedly do not allow on its network promptly when quote did not attach david david or any other verified evidence spy describing efforts by new end or anywhere else or anyone else to use any of these devices on rises network the i've seen see also says has quote new n also alleges that reisen unlawfully failed to quote preloaded certain applications and or disabled certain applications or capabilities oldies on devices verizon sells the complaint does not allege that new and used or sought to use any of these locations on bryce network nor does it provide didn't affidavit or any other verified evidence describing describing any customers efforts to use any of the applications on bryson's network bryson's networks. Here's me the the complaint further and further alleges that reisen unlawfully disabled or compelled manufacturers disabled certain functionalities on the wisest sold by bryson namely f._m. F._m. radio chips and embedded in sim cards and apple ipad devices but provides no affidavit or other verified evidence from anyone within with with firsthand knowledge of this conduct is this alleged conduct when contacted by ars technica new n. said that the f._c._c. denial is his quote now surprise but he disputed the f._c._c. reasoning saying quote among other things at falsely claims that didn't provide first-hand knowledge even though i clearly dated eight filing exhibits and replies to inter inter inter auguries he also tells or technica dot com ars technica dot com for for example with for example with respect to the fact that rising charged fifteen dollars a month he financing nexus nexus sex through verizon but forty void dollars a month. If you didn't go through the order claims that no verified evidence supports my complaint that i offered no quote reliable first hand evidence and and that my assertions or based on quotes like news articles and postings even though brian didn't didn't didn't deny didn't deny this fact and i provided viable bills from bryson. Apparently enforcement apparently the current enforcement bureau chief. Does it consider my bills. Bryson verified reliable or firsthand evidence and senator and president and presidential candidate elizabeth warren has announced a plan to dramatically expand internet access in rural communities aiming aiming to give quote every home in america fiber broaden at affordable price. Her proposal includes an eighty five billion dollar grant program for nonprofits and local governments minced built fiber networks as well as protections for cities that want to run their own brand their own broadband services and it would overflow a deeply would overhaul overhaul a deeply deeply flawed reporting system that that's hidden huge service gaps across the country warren laid out her quote public public option for broadband in a policy paper released on tuesday. It's designed to encourage local and publicly operated broadband networks while reducing the power of big net well al who do sing the power of big internet service providers like comcast and verizon which have low incentive to expand into more too many smaller communities but still lobby for legally protected for legally protected near-monopolies rural americans have r- have markedly lower access to high call the internet service and the problem is it's particularly bad on tribal lands warren's plan would create an opposite broadband access in her newly founded department of economic development the broadband office this would distribute eighty five billion dollars to utility cooperatives non-profit organisations tribes and.

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"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

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"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

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"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on KTRH

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"reisen" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"You know, optimize multi threaded and took far better advantage of Reisen, CPU's, than in, you know, Intel was, basically, taking up everything else anything, that was single single threaded, heavy or just relied on IPC. So you know it it's go ahead. I'm just saying, like, it's, it's we don't know all the details and we're gonna learn more. And we really have to benchmark to know but I won't say like they've completely solve the problem was at one point it was about a twenty percent disparity between Intel AMD when Reisen I launched but is going to be very interesting. And to see, especially what Intel can come up with desktop to compete with us. Right. So part of the, the challenge looking, and looking at Intel's benchmarks, you know, they're their you know, this is the, the first major Archer released since skylight came out in two thousand fifteen right? That was the kind of their big point. You know, it's like Mehrab the Hailom sandy bridge has well, skylink ice lake isolates running at ten nanometer, which is exciting, but the numbers of looking at when you get the sunny cove, instructions per cycle, which is the name that you micro architecture. You know, it's ISO frequency performance versus kale core, and you see this line and the line is going. The you know my, my loose understanding is that, that eighteen percent is based on some of the older processors, they don't get real granular in the benchmarks. And that was one of the things I kept thinking about over and over again when we're talking about this on technically this week is I want to see real world. Benchmarks, I want to see real benchmarks because. You know everybody's promising a lot. Which is hardly unusual for innovate like this. But it's you know, the we're looking at some really amazing numbers and, you know. In terms of especially in terms of the rise in, like, I, I am blown away because I was I was looking at this and thinking, like, you know, four hundred ninety nine dollars for eight core. Sixteen thread, I said, sorry, I rise in nine twelve core twenty four threads. That's the thirty nine hundred x for four hundred ninety nine dollars. Intel's eight core sixteenth thread, I nine ninety nine hundred.

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"reisen" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"It's a electric city generating. Are you going to are you going to have are like you there with people who going to cook? Or are you on your own? Are you cooking your? Cooking for us. So you don't need to bring a camp stove with you. Correct. I do need to bring everything, you know, ten campus. The other question was if I didn't want to just turn the phone off and leave it off. I wanted to maybe turn it on every once in a while and take a picture, so. Solar the solar. Good idea. Okay. So what you what you want and goals yo- zero sells these and you can also go to Ari. I mean, if you're going to REI to get your camping gear they have them at REI. Everything else is of course, we'll check with they'll have it. But you can get this goal zero. And what you would want is one that has solar panels. But also a battery now the problem with the batteries, those are heavy, but but the reason you want that is because you're going to want the phone during the day, you're not gonna wanna leave the phone on the solar charger and at night. There's no solar. So. You know, you what you'll want to do? And you could even just by one of those little portable battery packs and charge it, but you you're you're generating electricity obviously during the day, which is the same time you'd probably want to turn the phone on. So. Yeah. No might my tick I at school recommended for privacy issues to leave it on airplane mode. But I don't know if I can send a text while. I can't so all the radio. Yeah. Home and then turn it back there. That's an excellent idea because airplane mode, Don only preserves your privacy. It also preserves a battery. Correct. So you can take pictures you continue to play any offline games, but you just turning off all the radios which suck battery, but you can't among other things you can't tend send text messages. Now, you won't be able to send text messages if you don't have any cell service. Correct. You understand that? Right. I just wanted to send a message it when I got to. Yeah. Katrina bird. We survived. Okay. So so, yeah, I think you're tech. I got a good idea. Which is you know, you're gonna put it an airplane mode in the airplane. Anyway. Correct. You know, you turn off briefly to text message. And then you turn it back on again, the couple of things oh, be careful with you. Don't want to send text messages when you don't have an international plan. Okay. Zet can cost a lot of money. Right. And we wanna make sure that we've got we don't want to come home with a huge Bill because I sent a message. Okay. So turn off data roaming, which will be in your your cell phone. Your carrier settings. That means you won't be able to use any international data. Right. You'll obviously have to turn that. I don't know if you have to turn that on. This is good question for Reisen. If I'm on the day and the day the day pass do I have to turn on international, roaming, probably you do that means it'll use the. Cell service from Katrina burger wherever. Yeah. Yeah. So you probably do want to have to do that. The only problem with the day pass is a day. Yeah. Yeah. So the next day all of a sudden everything gets real expensive. Right. You can leave by the way in airplane mode. You can leave GPS on and I would for location purposes. Okay. That's valuable, but it will turn off why find cell, and that's kind of what you wanna do when you're not gonna be. Yeah. Yeah. But GPS doesn't us very much par. You can actually I only recently learned this leave GPS on plane as well. Oh, yeah. So that's actually kind of handy there are programs like one called flyover country where you can say download the maps for where my route will be. So you're not using the online data to get the map, but you can leave the GPS on. And then you'll you'll be able to see the maps your of where you're flying over which is kind of fun..

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"reisen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is. I knew the one song that was smack. My nice word up outside of that. I cannot say that I am. There was fire starter which was fire starter. This one is called serial Thrilla. Yeah. Little deep one for you. Cut. A friend of mine who was a wrestler use that as interest music for a little while. Rob Reisen if anyone around cars springs knows that name use that as music, and I like that song. So I use that. Obviously today Keith Flint, the lead singer of prodigy passed away age of forty nine one of nano three passing today. I saw your tweet earlier. To tweet earlier to tweets earlier. All right. Go ahead. I don't want to guess and be wrong. So Ted Lindsay of the Detroit Red Wings. Yes. Ninety three. So that one wasn't too much of a shock. I mean, he's he was up there in age. Right. So obviously legend of the Detroit Red Wings. And of course, the one that everyone's morning today. Luke perry. Yeah. Dylan. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He was also on a show called Riverdale not familiar with the kids today like it. If you go the other side of the building with all the twenty something they all watch Riverdale enough familiar with us. So I know nine oh two, and I love that show and other kid obviously teenager, I should say. But so are a pita all of them say comes in threes. Just I guess the one positive is that they all came at once. So we don't have to I guess. Bummer. All right. Well, I'm sure that today has a little bit more happier. Things to it time for crunch time..

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"reisen" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:24 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I just posted a picture of a table, but literally comes out of the floor. You can't move. It could have to solve the legs got four legs on each side. Rustic tables, but the actual what do you call floor planks? Beautiful wood floor the floor planks were this tablist physician? They come up and they curve they've been they got to do that thing where they soak water onboard and bend a little at a time. So it doesn't break and they get it to curb perfectly. Well, they've done that with eight of the planks that comes straight up out of the floor. Bill the table top looks great. But don't even think about moving that table. No, no. You gotta say that's where I want forever. As long as I own this house. It's really it's really cool. Stick it up on Facebook. They're on Xing Facebook bunch of stuff there the piece I just referenced is up there as well. This is why you need to get connected this. This is the revolution. Baby. You're the revolution. And if you aren't armed with the information you need, you're not taking part in the revolution. You're the resistance resistance is not futile might not look like it's doing a lot of good right now might not look like, you know. Well, this is all crazy. Nothing's happening. We're going to hell Handbasket y'all give you that. But doesn't mean we don't resist it. And it doesn't mean that we don't do what is necessary to resist it. And what is necessary is disseminating the information the education necessary to resist and by resist. I'm talking about we need to support building a wall on the southern border. That's resistance, right. There. We need to get people. So engaged that. Resist that they Reisen mass and reelected Donald Trump. Donald Trump's last man standing in this and culture couldn't be more wrong on this. I'm not going to go deep Indian culture on the show. But Ann Coulter came out. I think it was last week. Maybe the week before winter, she does really great columns, but she came out with column where she was burning Trump down pretty insulting. And she thought she was being in witting insight phone telling the tale on Trump being a fraud because he hasn't done the wall, and he should have done this to begin with, blah, blah, blah. It's going to be more wrong. Couldn't be more wrong. Trump's been learning as he's going, and he's only been at it two years two years. Now, a lot of what he wanted to do not know, by the way, if you wanna level that critique it at Trump, I would say give it six years and then toss it in there. Yeah. Give it six years because at six years years, you'll know if it straight up fraud, or if it takes a long time to fight against the swamp this swamp that we are fighting right now the one that we are resisting. When I say resistance is not few. Talk. This swamp has been put in play on a titanium foundation sense just about nineteen hundred. You get that. We always think in very short bursts of time. I in America. Yeah. In fact, there have been studies. You've heard me say it you hear about the two minute elevator pitch. That's because nobody has an attention span to sit down and really talk about something. And you're never going to talk to somebody and get them sold on an idea, unless they can grab it instantly. Then you got their attention a little bit longer. That's what it takes. That's how it works. That's the nature of the beast. So that goes back to what I was talking about where you wanna make everybody, you know, aware of the insanity that we need to stand against that. We do need to resist. It starts by getting involved. You can do it on your own back your lights out, but I've put together a central clearinghouse. I make it real easy for you. I stick things up on Facebook that you're not getting any place else. But by all means dig in do your own damn homework. Print these pieces out share them with friends and family and stick them up in common areas of where you. Work. No, you might have to do that in kind of a sneaky manner. You might have to say I can't put that where I work because people will find out who am then they'll fire me. Well, you know, what you can do it on a somewhat resistance level. If you work in a bigger place where there's a common area you pronounce an article a piece, I just the one I just referenced an American magazine you would print that out. You would stick that in for example, a time magazine and the break room the lounge room somebody's thumbing through. They pick it up and they go. Wow. What's this? And they start reading it. They may think it even came out of time magazine. Whatever it works. That's how you get the info out there. And if you think this is not important, you couldn't be more wrong. This is the task at hand. And it needs to happen across the country needs to happen everywhere. Because the American people have been dumbed down for two generations in public schools. Further than that. But on steroids in public schools over the past couple of generations. Now, I want to give you some. Accomplishments? If you will that's what they call them. The Donald Trump level. And I wanna thank Arlene X for sending this to me we've been on this prior to me receiving this. But at the numbers up to two hundred eighty nine now and just twenty months this comes out of the Washington Examiner. I used to get this off of world net daily way back when in the first year there were so many accomplishments just in the first year. Worker development. Now, we've covered a bunch of stuff we've covered taxes we've covered a whole bunch of things here with regard to and again, these are things that Donald Trump has done that does ambi- media won't tell you about. That's why I'm telling you about it. When we go back and visit these isn't like I'm going to read them once you're gonna forget about walkway every show, I'm going to be giving you five of these or whatever ten who knows what for example, since Donald Trump came into office was duly sworn in duly elected and is legitimately sitting president should be respected and not plotted against since. Then. Just worker development established a national council for the American worker to develop a national strategy for training and retraining America's workers for high. Demand industries now that you may say, well that's been done Lyndon Johnson setup jobs training. What did he have something called Sita, whatever it was a ton of programs, and you may say what what business does government have doing this. I am I'll side with you on that one. I'll side with you on that one. But someone say this is an accomplishment where we're going to set up some type of a as long as these these places already exist in the government, we're gonna use them to our advantage. I think the government needs to be shrunk. I heard a great Dane lash promo today. I don't know if I think it's still running, but she's talking about shutting the government down literally screaming shut the government down, and she wants to government shutdown because the vast majority of what the government does has no business being in business. So what the Trump accomplishments here listed in the Washington Examiner? Employers have signed Trump's pledge to America's workers committing the train or retrain more than four point two million workers and students now, by the way, did you notice that that's not the government? Yeah. Employers as in people that are out here in the private market. Private sector. They're they're they're going to support Trump that there's a pledge that he put together, and he wants the America's workers to be kept in America, and re and employed if not reemployed that they have to be four point two million workers and students. Wow, that's good a damn straight. It's good abominated going. He signed what's called the first Perkins. CTE reauthorization the Perkins CT since two thousand six authorizing more than one billion for states each year to fund vocational and career education programs now again, I don't like this. I see this as long as we have a department of education as long as we have anything to do with federal involvement by all means, let's use it to train up workers. And let's really train up workers. If we're going to do this executive order expanding apprenticeship opportunities for students and workers, I'm betting, and I don't have the details. On that one. But I bet that has to do with insane green regulation saying you can't train this person to be an apprentice in his job because this job is going to be done away with as impossibly fossil. Fuel industries now domestic infrastructure. I am so interested in this. Trump proposed infrastructure plan would utilize two hundred billion in federal funds to spur at least one point five trillion infrastructure investment across the country. I liked that. I liked that a lot knife had people. Tell me, you know, the high speed rail thing is a ruse hundred percent top to bottom. You can you can look at high speed rail and knock it down in a nanosecond around. It is a lie. Does do anything to make this earth? Greener doesn't do a damn thing to get you from point a to point b officially doesn't do anything. It's a lot. But as far as the government investing in things like that. Oh, I'm all for infrastructure as in highways, bridges, fiber optic, and this is national security. People have come at me. I've had I was at a cocktail party about a year ago. People were a two people notably. I'm not gonna name France. They came up. They said what what is it with you saying that the government should be investing in infrastructure? There's no. Purpose for that. There's no call for. That's not in the constitution. I say, well, you can think whatever you want, and I'm probably almost libertarian as you. But I want the government looking at our infrastructure as national security national security.

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"reisen" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

"Just get started in actually sharing thoughts, and ideas and think medium is a good choice. I don't think link teen is the best choice to be honest with you. I'm eighteen publish. It. Doesn't get as much traction as Lincoln would hype that it would at that comes from experts in the space like vivid Kvant Reisen his pretty much said look direct you time on publisheh end. It's I find that medium Nour's a really good platform for thought leadership content, and that would be a really good starting point. If that's the style of content you wanna create at, but I also think that having your own property your own web property with your own rice course, on it, which you can control that is that is where it's at because then you're. Able to drive traffic from Google or from being whatever platform, you noise your platform of choice in terms of Yari. I mean, it's not even your platform is whoever searching for your rights would've is their platformer choice than they're able to to find you on your own are injuries -als say that's important. But you could just stop by experimenting with different formats. I mean, you can use Facebook nights. He sire many different options. It is just. Yeah. I think it's just more about getting in the habit and people tend to be perfectionists. I'm not comfortable with writing in giant. I'm not good at it yet. But the thing is it's not tell my kids when it comes to making scrambled eggs it takes practice. So I think that's that. That's an absolutely essential tip. There isn't it's like you could if you don't stop because you're not good at something. How you ever gonna get good at it? So it's just a kind of have a gar- rip the band aid. So to speak start writing yet. You're right. Some things that'll crash. Some might cringe about bought if you do it the more you do it gets eventually you'll get good in. That's just practice. The hang. That's a really important bit of advice. Because it's yeah. It's it's the thing we always hold us back where we sit there, and we have done in night perfectionist inap- personalities to some degree. And it's that excuse, you know, I'm not gonna do bullying because even pray show. I said to you. I'm not a great writer as I'm worrying putting myself in that mindset on not a great writer. So I won't do it. Anything actually probably code yet. Good tip. I love that. Yeah. Well, they guard Jared in the thing is is that you know, we can say that about a lot of things in life that hold us back. So what I would challenge you two days to make laced are vice things maybe writing in that list in end if there's anything where you're going. Don't have the confidence have with other things in this particular area. That is something you can work on absolute state. So I'm curious if there's any areas that you think hawk Right Math to the zoo Landau like Hansel so hot right now is this something in blogging area that people are buzzing about his technique. Week or poor trick that everyone's like, this is what we're doing at the moment or do you think it's it's quite consistent in its I guess trends at the moment. Yeah. Say I think the biggest industry-wide trend that I've seen in the last year is the idea of really impairing employee's within an organization on members within a community to contribute content. So it's it's user generated content. But it's it's some it's kind of done with purpose. And usually within a community that's already related does it make you to brands will company becoming interim powering their employees to actually rot off of the company within their own voice. That's right say it's happening more and more end identified that as a trend about a year or so ago by and that trend got featured on content marketing institutes trend watch for January last year. I don't think they did on this year with I didn't ask me do this year, which is the head every other year. So I'm yeah. It was kind of. My one time where I got to keep a two cents with amd. It was it was really interesting that they pick that up because I've seen it come up..

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"reisen" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on Geek News Central

"So anyway, I don't know how they're going to do this. Most people don't most books are not worried about quality. There's audio files out there that are in maybe they'll pay for that. But I don't know. Airbus Airbus news airplane news, scrap the a three eighty super jumbo jet. As sales have have slumped area. Airbus said the last stories of its world largest passer aircraft which cost about twenty five homage twenty five billion to develop would be made into twenty twenty one. And this decision comes after emerets largest eight three eighty customer cut its order, and who else ordered think Hawaiian airlines ordered some Airbuses bound the which which a model it was. But this didn't do well for them. At all in the really what is going to do is. You know, the eighth HR eighty Bill is across I think like four or five countries. So definitely gonna be some people -ffected there. In wake of Reisen flood. Of course, remember last summer Reisen was got caught in a PR storm after throttled the wireless data connection of California fire department. There is a new law that's going into place that would be in wireless trawling and first responders. We've talked a little bit about this already. But it's gaining some hit speed here. And this could become a real deal. On the cryptocurrency side J P Morgan has created the first US Bank backed cryptocurrency. I'm not a necessarily big J P Morgan fan. But this is curious this J P PM coin is the first digital currency to be backed by a major US Bank, the cryptocurrency which runs on blockchain technologies been used successfully to money between the Bank and the client accounts. They say they say they see it as a potential in using digital coins reduce risk in able instant transfers JP Morgan chief executive offer, Jamie diamond is public criticize bitcoin, but of course, now they've got their own coin. So they're on the Ron board. Well, they don't want. They want to control the money, folks. That's what they wanna do. They wanna control it banks are into making money and keeping their executives. Nice fat with big big big paychecks. So, of course, are gonna talk bad about bitcoin other. Quaint offerings. And of course, blockchain is out there pretty big now making significant inroads, you know, blockchain pretty soon. We'll be tracking everything, but you know, it is kind of interesting move here. And what will say what you guys thoughts on JP Morgan jumping out the bit chain are on the bitcoin or J P M coin a bandwagon..

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"reisen" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Call center nova reisen it's variety putting a big call center into mexico city five thousand seats and they are recruiting people at the airport who've been unjustly deported knowing that they found people who speak english and they can pay them a buck fifty an hour to do the same job that was they were in the u._s. they'd be represented by a union c._w._a. communication workers and have a good middle class wage benefits suck so it's a race to the bottom in wages so that the reason for instance you know the last leftover thing besides getting the farm and stuff out the environmental and labor standards need to be improved and made subject to swift and certain enforcement and here's why real wages in mexico are down the median real wages down three percent since nafta went to affect and it was not a survivable wage i could feed a family you could work to people could work fulltime and not be able to support a family of four on the the wages that were available before nafta and now it's down so just to put this in perspective mexican manufacturing wages so now forty percent cheaper then in china so for people in mexico getting the rules strengthened so they can have a real union have higher wages is a moral imperative so in a lot of people say how can you stomach trying to work to improve and maybe pass a trade agreement with this administration the answer is if you're a progressive person and you look at this new nafta draft there's an annex in there that says mexico agrees to provide secret ballot votes i'm union contract and in four years to replace all the fake where called protection union contracts those are contracts now allowed into mexican labor law where before work even gets hired a branch of the old political party the pre that calls itself union goes into the boss for certain amount of money they make a contract it protects the corporation they registered under underlaw because the mexican constitution requires union representation now there's a contract the workers didn't approve it they don't know about its low wages workers come in realize they have crap pay do a strike and they'll get fired for violating the contract that they never approved and if they try to recognize an independent union they get fired and go to jail for violating labor law so if we could really make those rules in the revised agreements that for the first time would let mexican workers have independent unions i really fight to raise their wages that is something we have to try to get to become reality as well as other improvements that are in that agreement that is something that is not just critical to stop the poll that mexico's low wages have to out source u._s. jobs but that's also really important to making the standard of living in mexico the wages paid their decent otherwise again middle class jobs whether they are being filled by mexican or u._s. workers turn and sweatshop jobs and it's just not acceptable that race to the bottom percent i and i and this is really really crucial because you know in the press coverage particularly in two thousand sixteen the lazy and i will say corporate media narrative was well i mean they drew a lot of false equivalency between sanders and trump but very specifically on trade the way they would say trump's sort of like general just kind of xenophobic bellicosity and all these conspiracies and nonsense about somehow tr- you know mexico getting one over on the united states versus bernie sanders principled call to have trade agreements that reflected a broad set of needs labor the environment living standards and allowing for you know the obvious trade that comes to people's mind that's a big problem you say trade these people want you to think like oh right this means like you know you get you get your coffee from columbia and you get to watch a move your favorite kung fu movie from hong kong and whenever that's trade and what they mean is as you've been outlining actually very technical very bureaucratic agreements written to benefit corporations trent any corporation so it's real i love that you you connect those dots only because right on the policy but because we need to really debunk the lazy discredited media narrative that there's any equivalency between a left critique of things like nafta and the right wings phobia but of course at the same time no doubt if we can get a better nafta with whoever's in there we absolutely should hundred percent and i and that leads me to.

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"reisen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The new open signal research project hopes to dispel any myths on who is actually number one. We tell you more about that. And the phone lines are open, of course, when triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us here on the Kim Komando show. Of course, there's also Andrew Pinski that nice Irishman over in the Kim commandos show man cave. You mean, the cell phone commercials were every single company tells me that they're number one. They're not accurate. No, they're not. I mean, and here's the deal. Okay. I'm just going to give you a little hint. There's one company at Reisen t mobile eighteen sprint. There's one company in particular. That didn't get any awards. I mean, they didn't even get an award for showing up at the dance participation award. Didn't even get that one. You're like, you know, like when the kids play soccer, they get an award. Just because they're they're gonna write down my guests. I think I know who it is mobile. All right. Our first call is Rachel California. She and her husband are insane. Crazy pants. Let me explain when she retires from the military. They are going to get on a boat in California. And it's going to take them two years tests sale all the way to Florida through the Panama Canal, correct? So they can do some taking the scenic route I assume it's a big boat. I hope it's a shrimping boat. I'm a shrimp boat. Captain, that's a movie reference. She wants to know from you, though, if when she's on this boat homeschooling, her two children who will be eight and ten at the time. Wow. How she can get them ahead of everybody else with some technology. Teaching tools. That's a great question. Would you go on a two year cruise with your kids know, we're normal people? I think Rachel. Rachel. I bet you you're a normal person. I I am kind of normal. I am very normal. Okay. So you okay. Do you love to sail? Oh, you so you it's so this isn't something. Because like, you know, I do know a couple here in Phoenix Arizona, and I don't know if you know where Phoenix is strategically located, but we are in the desert okay from water. Okay. And this is a couple they're in their early thirties. And they are thinking about doing the same thing that you're doing, but they want to start in the Caribbean. They were explaining this to me. They've got a couple of kids actually got three kids. And I said, so you know, have you ever sailed before? And they look the couple looks at you know, how hard can it be? Yeah. It's actually very hard. Very hard. You might want to take a few lessons. Just my advice before you actually go there, get advice. So you've always been a sailor. No, my husband has been sailing since he's fifteen and he's gonna be forty and he has his captain's license and he chartered boats, and he's very he sailed up the coast of California by yourself and. Very very avid sailor. I'm mediocre at best, but I can sail. And I definitely know how to start the engine which is the most important. Okay. If you can't get that mask thing going on just hit the engine the engine and I can steer and we'll be good. So. Kids are fine. It'll be tight. It's like a tiny house living. But that's okay. I'll be fine. It's for two years and. If not I'll just you know jumped ship soon, we'll be good. And so how big's boat it is a thirty four. Okay. All right. That's good. It's good enough. And it's it's we did we went smaller for financial reasons. Just because a forty foot boat you have more docking. He's and we didn't want it to go down that road. So we'll just go small, and we're not very big people. Anyway, so. No, nothing. No one over six seven here. So. There you go. And how old are the kids right now, there's six and eight and there'll be eight and ten with by the time we're done what a perfect age that is. So amazing. And yeah, they'll be good. Okay. And now have you followed any families that are doing this type of thing on like say is during the bucket list family. We my husband has been following a lot of people and seen what they do. And there's like one couple in Indonesia, Australia, and he's been like watching them on YouTube, and but as far as like technology and home schooling that was kind of one thing that we haven't really got into so much is mostly like old men, and they're the only family family that we watch. Okay. Right. I get it. All right. So all right. So you're gonna have a couple of kids eight and ten and of course, you're going to need to keep them educated. But you know, we don't want to let schooling get in the way of their real education. Correct. Correct. Because there's so much that they're going to experience. This is going to mold them in so many different ways it really will at such a foreign go. Yes. I mean, you guys are on an adventure. And and so it's it's it's I'm so excited for you. I actually have chicken skin right now. Because I would imagine what these kids at the end of two years what they're going to be like, I mean, they're worldly experiences their survival skills. They're going to be self sufficient, right? Yes. They're going to have more experiences than any of their friends because unlike their friends that are sitting around playing fortnight twelve fourteen hours a day. Okay. Okay. Are not going to be doing this. I think it's great. You know, of course, with me and technology. I don't like buying anything cheap. You tell you that right now because I learned over the years that when you buy cheap technology, you get cheap technology like if you buy a gopro knockoff, you get the knockoff. Okay. So, you know, with with kids, I would and especially because of your space. Well, first of all I look at look at an ipad pro, I know they're expensive. I know they are. But you can get a case with a keyboard. You can get each of them stylists. So that they can practice their handwriting. You know? And they can practice know editing, videos and editing photos by using the stylus. So we're going to give them a different skill base. But also a project, of course, a gopro. And then I put all I would get all the accessories with the gopro with the gopro, stick, and like all the like, the accessories when they're snorkeling and things like that. Yes. Yeah. You have photo editing software. I might even think about getting them a good digital camera like a cannon power shot. That takes videos to and with a waterproof casing. And so if they want to take if you wanna take that or anybody that that it's there for you. You know? Okay. So and then, of course, you know, you can find all the curriculums for home schooling online. And then, and then I would also, you know, I don't know your kids, but I look at what their interest level was maybe one of them actually does want to do a travel. Log. And then that would teach them how to code and would teach them how that back end of programming works. And then there's also different programming. Skill sets at sites that you can actually direct the kids to I'm gonna put a list together for you over at commander dot.

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"reisen" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on Rocket

"So. Can we pick? Yeah. I don't think I would judge you for this. I don't know. I don't see what it looks like I because here's my thing. If it looks like hot garbage of it's a glee and not a fun way. Like if it's just bad. If it's just like an expensive bad thing I've seen really expensive phones before like the virtue phones. Then they're like these other companies that charge like a lot of money for expensive leathers. They're just bad. Or if it's something like a weird like the who which McCall at the the red phone lying, and I really liked the right cameras. But hell, no, you couldn't pay me to to us. I mean, it looked awful. It got bad reviews and read has has like a significant fandom in their cameras are awesome. But no, I'm not going to buy that. So what to it has to be weird? And like, yeah. As it definitely has the weird question has to be in like a kitschy way. What if it looks like the razor the old razor, but just the screen goes all the way down. I mean, I I mean, we'll it'll depend. I mean, they're saying it's foldable, right? Like, I will be honest the closer it looks to the regional like the better, I'm gonna feel about it. And I say this despite being on the whole likeness attack is badge rent because it is. But like if you're going to do this you need to freaking do this. How did you feel about the two thousand eleven razor refresh? Oh that was terrible. Because it was just the name. I was even at that launch event. And that was like a weird thing that was like during the era where Google still own Motorola. But it was of Reisen exclusive. It was a weird thing. That was. Yeah. That was just like one of the standard Merola phones that just happened to have the razor name. It wasn't flip. It didn't have anything that like hearken back to his legacy. It had decent battery life. As I recall that was like, it's only thing is that was thin and had good battery life. But like the razor was this iconic phone, actually, I'll see if I can find the the Lincoln and give it to you the show, and it's because. I ran across it last week. Ironically, apparently it was like the fifteenth anniversary like right now of getting close to to win. The phone was like announced release or whatever. Oh, and. So seen it did this like big deep dive into it. And they have like an oral history with the designer and whatnot. And it didn't really take off like a year and a half after it was first announced, but then, you know, like the colors and stuff, but like that industrial design when I look at the razor like that's one of those. It's like the palm five it's one of those like Ramsey in like Braun era, kind of designs that just is to me timeless. Oh. It was one of the best designs of all time. And so like, I don't know like I would need something that really has that kind of thing. Because if it's just gonna be if it's going to be weird looking but not in like a significantly cool way. Even just like or just it's mad but a little thicker because he unfolded kind of way. Right. I would write exciting. Yeah. Like, so so, but my my hope here for my wallet. Because I really don't wanna spend fifteen hundred dollars on a phone that I'll never use just for the laws, although you guys are making good arguments that I would do that. This backfired very maybe we shouldn't have done this. Say though is that like if I did like the flip side what I'm hoping for. This will will fall the full. No. The the good thing would be if. This happened. Then if it's like really bad, then I don't have to worry about it. Yes. Like that. That's all I have to do anything. They're already saying they're only making two hundred thousand of it. That's not a good signed in the showing pictures. Yeah. Also apparently being done in. Partnership with Risa. Now, the good news for me is that I am a rising customer. So that why is the world's setup to hurt. You. I I mean, I know I know. We'll have your back either way I've judged for things on the show. But honestly, I I don't know. I mean, I feel like it's accessory, right? Like, it's it's something cute..

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"reisen" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"reisen" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"At high detail settings. So we'll see where interested in. We wait, ladies and gentlemen, with bated breath. If he went out there is fluent or or reads Russian, well, you might wanna head over to e desk catalog with K dot are you because this was making the rounds earlier this week, a basically Amdi rising nine next generation AMD Reisen CPU's, they're calling it a thirty eight hundred x which we would turn it as the this is the first big rumor of the three thousand series. I think sixteen core thirty two thread three point nine gigahertz. You know, if I'm if my Russian which is nearly nonexistent. If my guessing at the specs is correct, maybe a Santa seven nanometer process. You know, it's yeah. Probably seven animator process on that one. You know, this is a a website that sells parts so this could be a mistake or this could be another really interesting social engineering tool for getting traffic on your website. But I think everybody's expecting. There's there's Amdi announcements certainly coming on Wednesday morning at at the keynote from AMD, I would not be surprised to have three thousand series parts announced this week. I mean at this point, neither would I all, you know, a couple of weeks ago before these latest leaks or rumors or whatever they are came out. I was a little skeptical. But the they mean once in my experience when you start seeing the product pages with product listings, it seems to indicate that it's it's close by the unless this is just a really well engineered. Rumer at this point. But we've been seeing stuff about the rise in three thousand series for a little while now and over the course of the last month little like extra tidbits have been coming out. But the the internal discussion here was kind of some of these numbers seem almost insane. So we we started to question the validity of the rumor initially, but we're talking about thread ripper level. Like sixteen core thirty two thread on the desktop, but not just that we're talking about parts that like one below that. I'm looking here at video cards and the the in seven thirty seven hundred x is listed as a twelve twenty four thread part which can turbo up to five gigahertz. And I don't know if that's single core. Terrible. I would imagine. So, but the idea that they could be not only exponentially increasing core and thread counts, but also pushing clocks up to five gigahertz. That's the credulous like Yeah. shirt. Sure is the seventy meter process is is indeed going to be on seven nanometer. Like are they already able to push five gigahertz on twelve cores? It seems very hard to believe. But very exciting. I mean, even these lower in parts you're talking about eight and sixteen for the corn. Thread counts at sixty five to ninety five watts. So yeah, that's I mean already. Yeah. Intel on the high end with coffee lake like the processor. That's in the GPS test bench right now is eighty seven hundred K. So that's a round four hundred dollars in most of the time. I think and that's six core twelve threads. So. Unless I've completely lost my mind. But the just the idea of where AMD has been as far as pricing with these parts. I am definitely curious. I'm looking forward to this. Oh, it'll be a complete surprise to me. I have not been briefing anything. I haven't seen anything other than these rumors myself. So. Yeah. They're keeping pretty tight at AMD in terms of debriefings, and no sign of anything on the GP or or processor side headed into CS. But that's of course, what the big events are to generate a tremendous amount of traffic around that when are you expecting anything in terms of Intel having CPU announcement that said CVS because for me, it's it's been frustrating because it's like we're doing drones we're doing this for doing vats, and or desktop at the end.

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