22 Burst results for "Sonus"

"sonus" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

GSMC Book Review Podcast

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"sonus" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

"Today with authors emil. Excuse me a sign and shakeel ahmad. I just completed all three of their names right into one sonnet shaquille ahmad about their wild son series. Let's go ahead and return now to that interview. You are like a lot of authors. That i speak to in that. You put your characters through stuff you put you. Put them through early experiences. And that's just i mean. Why would we want to read about a main terror. Protagonist to is just hanging out on their porch all day. Exactly so in terms of surrender and sony as if each of you wanna take one of those characters and say why you think they might resonate with readers Sure sure yeah. Yeah we'll do it. We'll do it on. I'll I'll take sonus and I'll give sorrento personas Again as you mentioned these these characters are gonna go through some tremendous tremendous odds you know very much stacked against them. Sonus became for us a bit more of a pragmatist. You know he's uh essentially a scientist you know in in his culture And it's really looking at the occupation. If you will of of this mysterious empire something that is you know if they just bear down you know and just follow the rules. This will. This too shall pass sort of thing thinking And these incredibly rational as a result of that and and does what he's told you picks up some of the kind of the language of the the invaders He you know even Will somewhat work for them rights. I mean again even save but he gets them Curry some favor by being able to work with some of the local technology or.

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"sonus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"sonus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coming to your festive Thanksgiving. We stole a bunch of stuff of the Indians media. Gosh. Huh? There is one etiquette expert other than you. That's not a good one. I will tell you that right now is trained. I trained the queen that said, it is a good idea to express your choice as a personal one. Using I statements or statements that start with the first person pronoun make clear to loved ones that your decision has nothing to do with them now. No, no, make absolutely clear that you're honest with the fact that last time we came here, your food gave me the rock. So therefore I would choose never, ever, ever, ever to come to your horrible house. It smells your dog is gross and your kids obnoxious, Happy Thanksgiving. This other expert other than than than you says, and I quote. It's all right to say I prefer not to get together with anyone or I'm sorry, but we're not able to make an attended this year. Now what you say is we prefer to stay on distance away right now, because we're worried, then get together with other people and put it all over social media. So those people realize that you hate that This'd proper etiquette. His other etiquette. Oh, expert, his Sonus says, Have this music playing When you tell them they sack Doesn't this make it nice? The other etiquette expert said she has focused on explained her decision. On Lee in terms of potential danger, nothing else. No danger. This approach has made it easier for her to communicate unpleasant news. When you share your feelings in the context of risk, she says, Like I don't want to be a virus spreader and put others at risk. Maybe you say this to them. I am currently with virus as a soul, my family and we would love to come to your dinner and share it for everyone. So we Could give. Thanks. That would be nice. Hey, Beck you in? Is this bad advocate. If someone invites us to Thanksgiving, we say, listen. No, thanks. But can you put like, Can you put the food and like a doggie bag and leave it at the door and I'll come pick it up and take it home and eat it, please. That's good. Yeah. If you say Thanks. And please. Thank you. It might be okay. But you know something. Here's something I'm seriously if someone invites someone to Thanksgiving dinner and they get a Oh, I'm sorry. We're not getting Gather with anyone. We're trying to socially distant cove it you know they're dead to you. What about the etiquette for accepting their rejection? You should the person that is inviting should say not Why don't you want to come to our house This year? You should be able to say I understand. Oh, my. Oh, no. Let me no, no, no, no, you step back and you say you don't want to come right. Fantastic. Great. Even your fat wife and then your a game. That's where all the trouble by the way, Steve, she.

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"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Can make a huge difference in the sound starting with the speakers, a few inches from the wall and working them out until they sound good and then keep working them out until they sound bad. And then moving them back. Way To kind of figure this out the closer you get to Walton CID reinforce on some speakers or make the you know over it'll either reinforce the base and make it more solid, or it will make the base. And bloody an awful. A lot of folks use what they call like the one third one fifth rule, which again that I you know i. have this room and is my audio or home theater room, and my seat is kind of in the middle, and the speakers are like one third or one fifth the difference from the back wall. to that's kind of like an ideal start. That's way too far into the room for most people and for a lot of living rooms, but that situation where you get them away from the wall can help create help prevent things called standing waves that kind of make super important parts of the audio spectrum just go away. Because of the way, the the audio is bouncing around the room. couple of good places to look at Cambridge audio. The Art of positioning speakers is a nice walk through Stereo speakers. they can give you some basic tips that. That I think are pretty solid, and if you're setting up, surround sound speakers. The gold standard is dolby guide to surround sound speaker set up where they tell you literally math and science there like they want this speaker, one hundred and twenty degrees from your head or sixty degrees and the speaker at one hundred twenty degrees, and these speakers at ninety degrees, and that's because when you're creating surround sound. You kind of need to speakers to be where they want them to be, or the whole thing doesn't work quite right. That sounds like good advice. As somebody who I, I had floor standing speakers with a center, and it was a whole five point one was a beautiful setup, and as I moved to I. Don't know smaller apartments over the years. That kind of you know, give them to other people and then went. Sonos and Sonus is very good about trying to figure out what your room situation is like I also have. Like A. Dramatic a frame in my living room now so the sound bounces differently than. And I think a lot of the speaker. Companies do have apps now where they're trying to help you figure that out. My. Question is over the years always having a sub on the floor when there were people living under me, was like the worst thing ever because I really like to blow that out, I don't happen to have that problem anymore, but what would be your advice? Like what do you do? Where do you put it S-? In it really depends a lot on the It depends a lot on the structure in and how solid is if you're in an apartment building with concrete floors that are like reinforced concrete, they tend to absorb a lot of the base, and maybe you puts a pat underneath it and that kind of decouples the sub, Woofer from the floor and that helps. That actually helps isolate the sound somewhat..

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"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Can make a huge difference in the sound starting with the speakers, a few inches from the wall and working them out until they sound good and then keep working them out until they sound bad. And then moving them back. Way To kind of figure this out the closer you get to Walton CID, reinforce on some speakers or make the you know over, make it'll either reinforce the base and make it more solid, or it will make the base. And bloody an awful. A lot of folks use what they call like the one third one fifth rule, which again that I, you know I. Have this room and is my audio or home theater room, and my seat is kind of in the middle, and the speakers are like one third or one, if the difference from the back wall to that's kind of like an ideal start. That's way too far into the room for most people and for a lot of living rooms, but that situation where you get them away from the wall can help create help prevent creating things called standing waves that kind of make super important parts of the audio spectrum just go away because of the way, the the audio is bouncing around the room. couple of good places to look at Cambridge audio. The Art of positioning speakers is a nice walk through Stereo. Speakers They can give you some basic tips. Tips that I think are pretty solid, and if you're setting up, surround sound speakers. The gold standard is dolby guide to surround sound speaker set up where they tell you literally math and science there like they want this speaker, one hundred and twenty degrees from your head or sixty degrees and the speaker at one hundred twenty degrees, and these speakers at ninety degrees, and that's because when you're creating surround sound. You kind of need to speakers to be where they want them to be, or the whole thing doesn't work right. That sounds like good advice. As somebody who I I had floor standing speakers with a center, and it was a whole five point one was a beautiful setup, and as I moved to I. Don't know smaller apartments over the years. That kind of you know, give them to other people and then went. Sonos and Sonus is very good about trying to figure out what your room situation is like I also have. Like A. Dramatic a frame in my living room now so the sound bounces differently than. And I think a lot of the speaker. Companies do have apps now where they're trying to help you figure that out. My question is over the years always having a sub on the floor when there were people living under me was like the worst thing ever because I really liked to blow that out I. Don't happen to have that problem anymore, but what would be your advice? Like what do you do? Where do you put it? S-. In it really depends a lot on the It depends a lot on the structure in and how solid is if you're in an apartment building with concrete floors that are like reinforced concrete, they tend to absorb a lot of the base, and maybe you puts a pat underneath it, and that kind of decouples the sub Woofer from the floor and that helps. That actually helps isolate the sound somewhat..

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"sonus" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"sonus" Discussed on Geek News Central

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"The Anatomy of a Location Photo Shoot"

The Digital Story

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"The Anatomy of a Location Photo Shoot"

"So many of the jobs that I get are away from the studio on location and I'm actually quite fine with that. I mean I came up through footage journalism. I'm used to shooting out in the world and dealing with people but one thing I have learned over the years that there are a number of extra little things you have to take into account when you're away from the comfy confines if your home base and that's what I WanNa talk a bit about today just so that to win. You're out there and you doing your thing. What we really want to do is focus on the photography. We just want to zoom in. Get the shots that we want and then you know get out there and load them onto the computer and look at them but you know one of the challenges about working with other people and being out in the world on your shoots is that sometimes. There's a lot of noise around that situation right and I think that's one of the things that you really have to be ready for is okay. I WanNa just laser beam through the photo shoot. But you know there's a delay here someone didn't show up there. This person has the wrong clothing of the doors are locked in the building. Were supposed to be in. You know all that stuff happens and you really have to be very zen like and not let that. Throw you off your game. That's kind of like the big overarching picture. Now I also have specific tips in workflow. Then I'm GonNa go through a second but I think frame of mind going into it is also important you know sometimes the client will come with you on the shoot sometimes not Those bring their own unique set of challenges A lot of times People that we work with when we're on location especially the ones in front of the camera. They they may not be practiced in front of the camera even comfortable or even want to be in front of the camera. Somehow they have been talked into doing this. And it's our job Then to make them comfortable and so you know another aspect of this is sometimes you have to talk to people a bit before you actually pull the camera out of the bag. Sometimes I feel like I'm a bartender right. I'm a bartender. In instead of making small talk and serving drinks. I'm making small talk and taking pictures. So sometimes I feel like I'm a furniture mover right because you know you walk in to a room or location the assignment sheet or the client you know. They have a certain thing that they want. And you know other people. Don't see the things that are in the way. I find that fascinating. That's both indoors and outdoors so they just sort of see some little part of the room or of the location that they think will work and I have had clients not see like giant telephone poles power lines and they say you can just stand right here and take the picture in your going. Wow do you see all that stuff in front of us? You know between us in the picture itself. Oh Yeah oh I didn't really notice that well also indoors a lot of times you just have to move stuff around you. Just have to move furniture around. You have to help create an environment. That's right for photography because a comfortable environment for sitting around and chatting with your friends or having a cold drink or doing anything reading studying Office you know all those things that's often not the perfect environment for taking pictures. One other little thing that I want to mention right now before I forget it before we get into the actual workflow is that the camera accentuates space between people. And you know one of the things when we're taking shots that has more than one subject in it They will naturally stand too far apart and Being an American You know I can only really speak to American behavior but Americans like space. They like space between them. They like space and so they do not like to be that close to other people especially other people. They don't know but for photography. We have to move them closer. That is just one of the things because if it looks like a little space between two people when we're just looking at with our eyes it becomes a very big space When you are looking at the picture on the computer screen it grows and it. It's almost magical the way that it does that so one of the things that we have to do as we're building report in as we're making people comfortable is also have them trust. Us enough so that when we kind of put them closer together they understand why we're doing that. Not just the torment them but that actually that is part of the photographic process and that if we don't do that the picture just won't look right and One other little site tip. That COMES TO MIND WHEN? I'm talking about this stuff is is really great if you can have a second set of eyes as the second shooter and Assistant Sonus Holding reflectors. Whatever but a second set of eyes to look for those nagging little things that happen necklaces. That are just a little askew right hair. That's just a little out of place but out of place in a very bad way like you know fall in across the nine or something like that. You know those little things that I don't know what happens to you but for me when I'm thinking about you know the overall composition when I'm thinking about getting all the blocking right when thinking about exposure color lighting all that good stuff sometimes. I miss an unbuttoned buttoned. Sometimes I miss you know a thread dangling down. Sometimes I miss a necklace. That's just crooked and I'll tell you a crooked necklace is very difficult to fix especially when you have eighty frames of a crooked necklace. So you know those little things. is really helpful to have someone that can look at those little things of four you. And if you don't have so and then you know you're GonNa have to remind yourself to try to check the details while you're doing the photo shoot again. These things are so much easier to fix on the spot then later on in post Later on imposes not the place you want to deal with these things. Let's get into you know the actual workflow of executing one of these things alrighty. I have five steps to my location photo. Shoot flow and we're going to start out with corner the client that's the first step so even the best clients believe that we ask photographers have special mind reading powers that guide us to the exact shots that they're hoping to receive and I hate to admit this abut. I have no mind reading powers and I have learned this in relationships and I have learned this out in the field as of otographer. I do have decent intuition. I have a pretty good I but I don't have mine reading power so what I have to do is actually talked to the client before the photo. Shoot the find out what is in their brain. And they're gonNA be sometimes reluctant to really articulate that they go you know. Just go out and get you know the best shot and we'll be happy with it. Well that's not necessarily true. They may say that before him. But then when you bring the bag well did you get a group shot. Well no I was like individual portraits. Oh yeah well we thought you do a group shot to. I'll oh that was tough. Like what do you do there ask them beforehand? That's what you do

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"sonus" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"sonus" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You with this last week or maybe even the week before then you know that Larry is out on a pretty big assignment leaving some pretty big shoes to fill but I got a friend was a pretty big feet so I've got Gregory sonus with me again today he was with me last week Gregory sonus rhymes with bonus item body really good thank you yeah a lot of fun on last week's show and you can have a lot of chit chat between now and then I love saying the words chit chat it just sounds like it was it was very good chit chat had some good chit chat over the over the last little beer can even re calling some of the the points and you know one of the things I love about Gregory and having him on the show here as we talk a lot about the introductory workshops here at online trading academy as we we mentioned last week and it really anytime we introduce you yeah that's what you do that in a brief you you you you're the director for a for all the training for the the the instructors out there for the content in there so nobody has a more up to date ability of shedding light on what I'm not sure when you come to that actually is really worth your time you have a lot of fun at the same time you learned a ton yeah and it while you're always prepping for those classes you know you you brought some amazing kind of highlights into the radio show last week and we did it we did a fun kind of two thousand nineteen review and how can we take what we've learned from two thousand and nineteen and roll it into two thousand and twenty and there's all sorts of fun dad jokes out there about twenty twenty vision but I do think kind of looking back into twenty nineteen you know especially from last week's show we talked about can help us have that twenty twenty you know kind of vision on on what is it we're going to do one of my favorite things we talked about last week was the high water mark yeah I know that the enemy would take us down that road described everybody what I mean even when I see a high water mark is maybe needed to day last week but but what happened in two thousand eighteen to two thousand nineteen really I guess is the question yet if you look at all the headlines out there to look at all the people out there are you know manage your money and certainly a certain types of people in government they'll be talking about how wow what a great year of twenty eight and a half percent of the S. and P. five hundred Dow was up twenty two percent technology companies on nasdaq up by over thirty four percent we made some big numbers huge wow what a year amazing when you talk to people on the street doctor will come into our workshop soon if they're coming to go on I didn't really feel like I got that much I'm still back to the same more right was a knot two thousand eighteen and a part of the reason is if you look at what happened in twenty eighteen twenty two in the last quarter right around September October time frame the market had a big collapse effective fell down almost almost a bear market was like within yeah within points of it points of it yeah and so it fell almost twenty percent so that's the high water mark was in September of twenty eighteen well guess what by the time you got to be on the twenty nineteen after that twenty eight and I have a twenty percent move up your only up nine point nine percent yeah which which is that that average rates I go yeah yeah I don't even got a country years you got a couple points the gets pulled out for your mutual fund fees and stuff like that you're in that that nice kind of natural eight percent which is what the roller coaster has delivered that anti inflation that as you say that and high blood pressure but in place and we got out into it as well yeah it's it's it's the those comments are those conversations that we had last week on the show the high water mark II it takes me back to this old this old saying it's not even like a saying it's more like something the the the the concept somebody introduced me to in it it was pride instructor somewhere and I know it's something in her that I learned here on the trading can be but it was perception versus reality you know and so many times we perceive that we've just had an amazing amazing amazing this or that but the reality is when you have this thirty percent increase and it's because you came out of a forty percent drop it's not all rainbows unicorns you know the the perception is this but the reality is well you know not so much in an ending is also makes you complacent ranks you think well I'll just keep my money where it is because that's the hours to twenty and a half percent last year not realizing that's the same investments your in most likely are also the ones that went down twenty percent right before that big you know move up yeah that was one of the other things you touched on last week as well as how the markets climbed the wall of fear you know and we talked about that a little bit how he is a very common conversation about how most people do things so backwards when it comes to the markets and how we're buying when everything is there's maybe a recession coming in there's maybe this and there's there's global this and there's that and everyone that but the market just because ends and climb the climbs but you get to that and you said the word perfectly complacency all the sudden the fears subside and that's actually usually as we talked about last week on the show when the worries need to kick up and to the buffet quote that we shared you know when the masses are fearful it's time to be greedy and when the masses are greedy it's time to be fearful Hey I think if I was his just to kind of summarize what we just kind of ran through what we talked about last week it is you know finding that right side of the market being able to time things appropriately and not be distracted by headlines always look into what really is going on and one of the things that your instructor team does so well out of these classes is really introducing people to the mechanical side of the market which is actually what controls if price goes up or if price goes down and right now we do have a number of classes going on I mean we've got over forty locations we've been around for over twenty years we say we give away a few tickets help with that you give people the opportunity to win some tickets I should say and help a few people get started on this education right now we have a class coming up in your area and this class you like we're talking about is a place where we've been able to introduce thousands of people just like you to our patented core strategy which is designed to help you make better investing decisions no just a second we're gonna give you a chance to win a set of tickets to one of these classes like I always say now is a great time to pull over get out the phone what we're going to include with these passes also is going to be our professional insider's get this kid is packed with 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Sonos to deny software updates to owners of older equipment, backlash ensues

Rocket

10:18 min | 2 years ago

Sonos to deny software updates to owners of older equipment, backlash ensues

"Sonus has has said in a blog. Post that it may they will stop providing software updates for their old products and those products will not receive new features this impacts legacy devices Of which there are few including zone players the connect and connect amps that were put out between two thousand eleven and two thousand fifteen. The first generation play five this year two hundred controller end of a bridge They had will. Obviously one of these products are very old And especially the ones that were introduced you used a long time ago. Sono says were introduced before the advent of the iphone were music streaming which music streaming and being a huge way that we consume audio at this point in human history Interestingly Sonos told the verge urge that they're creating their introducing away for customers who want to keep using the legacy hardware to separate those products from the SONA systems. Because if they if he don't separate the old hardware from like your existing sound system it the the system as a whole will stop updating because it it is like linked to the legacy hardware. So what a beautiful. I think exhibit of how what a cluster truck butter the world is that we live in now although I totally support like not update like at a certain point. You can't say Oh yeah. spotify is never going to release an update that it that that is incompatible with our hardware from twenty eleven like I totally understand that but who we so Chris so before we can you help I. I assume we've reviewed these or NEON owner and I've I've used them. Yeah so help me understand this because I read the story. And they're they're alleged alleged claim. We can't develop new features if we don't if we can't move forward which is fine on the surface but I don't understand like what is the feature on this I assume they're connected wirelessly through your wirelessly through your home right right with the smartphone. What is this product? Because I don't understand okay. So basically soon was one of the very first mainstream wireless speaker systems so you know the idea would be you can have speakers speakers that are in different rooms of your house and you can control them from a it used to be a controller and then it went to you know your ipad in your phone back in the day like this is like two thousand five two thousand six they had like an actual like expensive controller. That had a capacity of touch screen where you would be able to choose what you wanted to play and you could pull it from itunes or or if you had a CD player connected to something or if you had like another music source and you could direct it to whatever speaker you want. So that's the idea is just. It's a really easy really high quality wireless speaker our system so it's a home pot. Yeah but but but it better in my opinion and You know Has a lot more connective options and came out like more than a decade in advance have spotify built-in to display. Yes what does he does. Yes so it will work with any of those during music services so their they are apt works with title or Google play works with Amazon at works with spotify works with I tunes works with Apple Music. You can connect it to a Nas- if you have your own local media you can If you if you had certain accessories you can connect like You know a record player to it and and and then pump that music's issue a different speaker so if you had a record player in one room but it's connected to an edge to connect damp that could then be played out of something that's upstairs assuming you know you've got the turntable along Basically any audio source you once you can find a way to for it to kind of work so it doesn't have any on the speakers themselves that are just speakers But they also have a sound bar they have something called the play bar and then they had the play Bass and those are both Options where you can have it connected to your TV and B uses a sound bar but it can also be used as part of your bigger system so if you have some of the the spoon. It's kind of like bookshelf speakers. Those are in your room and could be used for like regularly listening to music but then when you're using your play Bar Like your surround. Sound when you're watching. TV those become like rear speakers or speakers. Okay so but this is I understand. It is expensive for engineering perspective to continue supporting according older products. But these are things that were sold at deep discounts as much as a few a few months ago. I mean I've seen all kinds of people people talk on twitter. They just bought. The things are deprecated yeah. I don't. I don't do SONA suspense. I don't know if Sonos has been selling them to be clear if someone is going to go out in invest like these are very expensive items. Yeah it just I. I don't think there's a really strong engineering case that if you're you're talking about out basically a sperm wired into the system disagree I disagree. Well let me let me place my my concerns and tell me if I'm wrong but it seems to to me so they're saying you can get off the system we can refuse all updates and it's GonNa break everything it's going to break everything through the whole system for your whole house. It won't break everything it will leave all the systems on on in in your collection on that version of the software they were able to update to newer features so they added like airplay to support. If there was another wireless standard you could. They wouldn't run so if you have something newer it's going to be. It's going to stay well right now. It's going GonNa stay on the old version and they're working on his way to say okay. You can update the firmware and the software on the newer devices. But keep the older ones where they are. You're working on communicate like could have an old speaker in my retro room and then a new speaker my kitchen in path. Okay well if they'll do do that. That seems like a reasonable have stop. I thought they were because it's not like spotify. Most of that work is on the backup. D- right in this is the the problem right. This is actually the issue like this is what people don't understand. Yes these are speakers but these speakers also have microcontrollers and they have firmware. And they have you know they've been coded to to be able to play back things in certain Codex and have certain stuff and over time especially when you're looking at the really old things the only one that I can see getting annoyed with is if you you've got One of the play fives that that isn't the one that's been sold since two thousand fifteen so if you bought one and say like twenty fourteen and the play five is is expensive. It's like five hundred dollars on. It might have been more when people bought it that I can understand being annoyed with but some of these other things that the connect damp is really popular. People buying them because they discontinued it but and they released a newer thing. That's even more expensive but the thing is is that you know some of these. Some of these products haven't been sold in many years Some of them were for sale. You know a couple of years ago or maybe under a year ago and and I can understand the frustration Chretien if you bought one of those older devices but the thing is that yes. It's a speaker but it has you know the Bluetooth and it has the wireless ships and it. Has You know a way to update firmware. And if it was something that was built like you know more than a decade ago that amount of memory is really limited in the amount of things that can be updated to it are going to be limited so you as a software hardware company are trying to update you know things and add in you know okay. We want to support this new type of Kodak Awkward. There's a new version of Bluetooth and we want to add feature for to support. You know this airplay shooting which they did do in. Did you know. Support the older devices. That's gonna I I think. Probably they're probably at a point. Where the computer part of these speakers just is too old maybe the wireless components the radio components are? I'm just too old to be consistently updated like this. This is the way I'm reading that I understand the frustration being like oh I have speakers that are twenty years old. That will still work. Well yes but those are those speaker. Exactly that's analog this. This has always had a piece of technology in IT. They actually had A. This is the second time they've done something like this. They had a controller caller. That hadn't been sold since I think two thousand eight. They stopped updating last year and people freaked out and and this was a controller. That literally hadn't been sold in over a decade that was you know as been supplanted in May better in every way people's phones and the reason they couldn't update it was because they built built using adobe flash and the engineering work they'll be involved to continue to update those things especially as all the spotify doesn't have an API flashing where they don't have an important like the cuts. Those things used exactly what the controller used doesn't exist anymore they. I had to stop updating that. I think I'm I understand the outrage. I personally think this is okay I understand expensive although I think this kind of part of it the one thing I will say what they've said and if they keep this I think it's alright is. They've said that they will basically say these devices will continue to work and and they still like five years. What they're basically saying is there might come a day where these speakers won't be able to connect to the other speakers in your Sonos anymore and you might not be able to send things to it? that is obviously a concern to me. What's also a concern would be okay if Sonos goes out of business like what do you do then right like then if swatter fires and other service changes there in point or if there's you know a official needs to phone home for something then you're really screwed but I I would rather like I I understand the outrage? I also think that it's overblown because I think that they're doing a lot more than most other companies who are doing this type of thing would do I mean i. I can't think of I can't think of any other tech product that was released in two thousand thousand six that has continued to receive support but from software updates since two thousand six. I honestly

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Sonos sues Google for allegedly stealing smart speaker tech

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Sonos sues Google for allegedly stealing smart speaker tech

"Speaker maker. sonos is suing Google in two lawsuits claims. Google got access to its patented multi-room Torun Speaker Technology in a twenty thirteen partnership and then use the tech and Google devices outside of the partnership like chrome cast audio and the Google home and Pixel products. SONAL says Google then subsidized its own products so could seldom at a lower price point soon as also claims that ECOMMERCE giant Amazon violated highlighted sonus. Patents in its ECO product line but sonus executives have decided not to take on both tech giants in court at the same time both Amazon and Google denied. The

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Sonos is bricking old devices with ‘Recycle Mode’

Geek News Central

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Sonos is bricking old devices with ‘Recycle Mode’

"So this deal works like this. You check if money were sonics. Gadgets is eligible for the trade up Promo. Then you confirm the Sano sap that you'd like to trade your current device towards a new one sonus instantly grant you at thirty percent discount code then automatically Jackley starts at Twenty One day countdown. Before you're old device goes into recycle mode so I have to do is agree. Agree Wreak psychomotor stadium. Your state of recycle is a state. Your device enters twenty one days after recycling confirmation sonos APP in recycle mode all data race in the devices permanently deactivated. So you can. Safely insecurity dispose of it once devices during psychomotor cannot be reactivated so the purposely breaking a functional product thirty percent is directly tied to the demise of piece of hardware for San Hose. This process seems less about trading up and more about ditching your old devices and clearing room for new one now these sonos devices and some of them are on this list. I have the original Silas. Play five fantastic speaker fantastic dishonest connect. I have one of those. The sounds connect APP. Have One of those. So if you upgrade they they purposely Brigham if you take the thirty percent off code so if you WANNA keep her devices working which they're perfectly good perfectly fine find devices will work for many many years. Don't take the thirty percent discount. Someone on found five of them in a recycle late with have been submitted for recycling their value is still online. Today you can buy them about two hundred. Fifty fifty dollars is what they sell for on Ebay and yet these were all bricked so naughty naughty ensembles for what they're doing here

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"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Phone for someone was like buying a burden for them before you could get them unlocked phone. You were buying them a two year contract contract on a subsidized phone here in the US and that was kind of not a fun gift so you might WanNa consider that when you're buying something. Do you want to get them facebook portal and all the concerns that come with that or do you WanNa Sonos One S. L. which is not creepy because the voice activation on the Sonos one S. L. is just for playing the music and it doesn't collect the the data about you and this is this is a good resource for looking at that sort of thing the S. l.. It's funny that you mentioned that Tom. Because I thought that that was it was one of the best A Mozilla kind of little little tidbits where they were like sonus did something interesting. They made the Sonos spun as so speaker dumb. And that might work for you. You might have a problem with smart speakers and it does all of these things but it but it may actually be the best speaker for you because it's not listening the way that other speakers are in that category. I noticed Sarah you've been testing in using the fitbit versa. Too they have a whole right up on that area and they say the They've given it five and a half stars or I'm sorry four and a half stars which is just about the whole thing and they and they like it a lot They put it sort of in the middle like not that creepy. But you know if you WANNA use it you gotta share some data got share location data like those minimums. I I really like this. This is awesome. I don't know why this isn't a well first of all. I don't know why I didn't know about until now. I didn't know they've been doing this for years. So this is only the second year okay. It's an amazing service to me. It's it's very well done this. This is like on top of what I get out of something like wire cutter which I love. Because that's no that's about houses hold up is it. Is it made. Well you know to do but the thing you're supposed to do well. I love that kind of thing. This is a great follow on on that. Say All right will I decided to get a homepage. Now Tell me how secure it is and I don't know where else to get this. This is really great. I love it. Yeah so for instance you can click through on these and see the star levels for the security standards as well as what Data it collects on you so I clicked through on the litter robot three connect which is rated somewhat creepy. It doesn't have a camera but it does as use an APP. That doesn't have a microphone. It doesn't track your location but you don't know how it handles its privacy and it's not known if you can delete any data it collects so it's not that it does anything it's that it's not telling you what it does. It doesn't have a friendly privacy policy. It's all legalistic So so even though. It's not a device where you're like oh it's definitely collecting things on you. It's more about like we don't really know what this company's doing with your data. Maybe you don't care about that that's fine but you should know that you should know that. Whatever data it does collect you're not gonna be able to tell? Yeah this this description they have this bears reading real quick about facebook portal says. Let's be honest face because a pretty terrible track record when it comes to protecting their users. Privacy says remember that record five billion dollar fine for privacy failures L. Years Anyway. Now they're asking people to drop a couple hundred bucks To put a device with an AI powered smart camera capable of tracking every move and a a word power. Don't say her name Listening device in your home. What could go wrong given facebook? Cerebral tracker and I'm privacy. We're worried a lot. I like the honesty and it doesn't feel like they are beholden beholden to anybody here. Because nobody's nobody's doing deals with the cutter. Ask Yes it really is. It's sort of like listen. We put a lot of thought into that. So you don't necessarily have to. Here's what we think because we really mean it and we've gone the extra mile to to give you the recommendations and you can make your own choice at the end of the day. Thanks everybody who participates in our.

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"sonus" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"That's stuff drives me crazy I know I wonder how much she got away with before he was finally caught because a lot of people don't even look at you know they just like they just signed away I went to the gas station a few hours ago money I always you know a yeah I'm selling yesterday should I bought gas because of waiting yeah turn up the price was you're right it has not we have been jacked around yet it's still okay but I quit paying at the pump because all that skimmer business at all and they always say well somebody can be in close proximity to the teenagers hit pay inside then you have to weigh I don't like doing I don't think you have to wait you look and you sold your honest face for when they look at that one yet these Sir is only going to get in the. he leaned up against your car but make sure that your lawyers I contacted wherever the clerk is supposed to be and then finally after sonus. home to. make sure you come in sign is a. after you get your fuel him what she. I think my chances for convene I can't I can't do it anymore it freaks me out too many of these stories of people skimming away your number and all that business is the modern world I'm a sucker for all these news stories that's what it is I can't I just can't say no horrible just horrible one speaking of horrible it's time to talk about the Cincinnati Bengals Ohlmeyer goodness what is happening with the bangles they have to be miserable of course after starting this season and such an inept way just as does horrible for their bangles fans around here in the tough it out Chris Max one of me still loves his bangles this far into it all right into gold what do you go do man this is tough because we've been in a couple of these games.

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"sonus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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Axonius - The Most Innovative Startup 2019 Winner

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

09:52 min | 2 years ago

Axonius - The Most Innovative Startup 2019 Winner

"When I mentioned, the words cybersecurity an asset management, I think most people listening will know all about the critical role that he plays and how many of his possibly go if taking it for granted, but also how is it incredibly cliche industry? For example, a Google search about saga secure will reveal matrix code and maybe even hacker wearing hoodie along with stock phrases that every company seems to us in cybersecurity. So if you are a startup founder in particular a cybersecurity founder and you want to stand out in an industry. I want to be known as the most innovative starter at the RSA conference where would you begin? Been please. Trust me when I say that today's episode is crucial Asaba secure founder and indeed, anybody interested in the industry, but today's episode is also washed with some fantastic stories behind it and stores are personally, remember for a long time after today's episode is released and the companies act Sonus, and they're aiming to solve the least sexy problem in cybersecurity, which is asset management, and by connecting to more than one hundred security and management solutions Akzo nears is able to give customers credible on a comprehensive asset inventory uncover secure coverage gaps and ultimately automatically validate enforce secure e policies. Now they were named the two thousand nineteen all SAC innovation son books, most innovative startup an SE magazines at rookie security company of the year. But all those awards only tell half the story. So book elope, and hold on tight. So I can be Muir is all the way to Cape Cod. So we can speak with Nathan Burke form ax onus who's going to change his story and a conversation. I genuinely enjoyed and I hope you do too. Massive oil, welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. Sure. My name's Nathan Burke. And I'm the chief marketing officer attic Sony's and where a cybersecurity startup doing what we call cybersecurity asset management. This is my third cyber security startup. My fifth startup overall I really enjoy joining it the very early stage where I can kinda define the brand and the message and then bring it to market to of this recital security startups. I've been at have been acquired and aside for my day job. I really like advising other early stage startups I generally do two at a time. I don't want to do more than that. I find that helping other startups have nothing to do with cybersecurity really makes me step back and be more creative and then aside from the work stuff. I live on Cape Cod with my wife and four year old daughter with a thirteen year old corgi named Steve and. Possibly the smartest German shepherd on the planet named Heidi and cheesy your and a half. Fad now on these daily tech podcast. I love exploring the stories behind startups. I'm behind that success. Aren't that yours is the most boring star to around industry pays don't see it that way? It can eat the state and tell me about the kind of problems that you so feel customers. And what makes you meet from of the solutions out there? Sure. Sure. So I don't know if it's born, but we are definitely in what we call the most unsexy part of cyber security, and, and let me tell you why. So, like, when you think of cybersecurity in just as an experiment on your own, if you want to just search Google images for the words ever security, and so you're gonna see like all these images that are reminiscent of the matrix, right? Like sci-fi high-tech and, and when you think about it like cybersecurity has all these cutting edge technologies. All

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"sonus" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Stiffness Sonus headaches and feeling like I've been hit by a bus. Welcome to the day after a bone there. Did I that's how some people have described the day after a bone therapy treatment? And I gotta tell you. It's kind of where I'm at right now yesterday, I hobbled into my therapy session, presenting with symptoms of what would probably be described say plant. A facial type issues turned out. It was more facial. There was a bit more facial involved than just the plant affairs and forty five minutes later over rolling the facial. They strapped me up and sent me on my way to go back home and wait for that Busta hit and sure enough twenty four hours later, it's kinda hit. I'm in a world of hurt. But apparently that's pretty much the sign that things are moving in the right direction. And that in fact, your issue was facial related. So what is facial essentially the tissue that sort of connects muscles in their organs altogether. And bone therapy is an issue is treatment therapy that focuses on manipulating that. That facial? So it's something that I think. During the mass business with having a look at bone therapy. And I think understanding how the facial works is definitely valuable thing to do because I've got to tell you the YM right now. It's clearly made a difference now, hopefully within a few days it settles down it's essentially opened up the communication channels. They say that helps in all the right messages to the right parts of the body to fix the problem. So all report back in a few days and let you know, how feeling or thanks you. I will be back in tomorrow fully. So you.

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"sonus" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Yeah. I just mentioned I think one thing. That's I think fascinated me though about. The benefit of exercise exercise also has a really nice powerful benefit on sleep. Although it's a two way street and remind me to talk about that in a good way. But. Something else has a cut to me with Sonus to an and I was thinking about this. Because I think I I know that you're a fan. I think you've mentioned this before. One of the ways that you can induce sleep is that you can increase a lot of the immune factors things like site kinds. You know, things like TANF alpha you can all be an ethics. I l six I o wont even moso, but I'll six is part of that equation two. And we've known this time that if you infect an animal it will create an immune antibody response a slight decline cascade. Those slight two kinds have a direct communication pathway into brain structures, including things like the hypothalamus which regulates sleep, and it's that immune cascade, but is actually a trigger full Inc. Dialing up the amount of sleep. So when I get sick just like when humans get sick the thing that you want to do is just tell up in bed and go to sleep. And in fact, you get sleepy. Yeah. As a consequence of being infected why is that the reason? Is because there is nothing better sleep is the Swiss army knife of health that no matter what the element is so cool. There is something more than likely in the amendment of of sleeps, tools to bucks as it were that will deal with it. And so am I promise I'm not going off in attention here? So the idea is that these immune factors are sleep instigating. They are this awesome. Sort of you know, there's some the genyk solemness sleep genyk increased Genesis improvement. So what what I think thinking about is whether or not the Sona the benefit of the sewn is both thermal. Yes. But is also by way of this powerful immune type thing you get this. That's an I've read some of the cities, and I'm blanking on his name. You'll probably remember his name that has they've liquid some of the essentially sort of the sworn in juiced, immune responses. Yes, Charles race on it's been hearing. I think you really. Yeah. So I've read some of Justice, but we had him on the podcast. He was talking about how the sauna induces. I'll six in some of that stuff and the same thing that happens with exercise. So that that's why I mentioned which is that I think Johnson as now we're all starting to realize how leap system is augmented one of those paths is light the other is darkness the other is temperature. But he's a fool th one of the immune system. And we know that you can inject some of these sites kinds into animals, and you can almost induce sleep. It's that powerful says now I'm starting to think I wouldn't if some of the sauna based benefits and some of the excise benefits because when you exercise you also typically get some of these pro inflammatory sites, it kinds that sort of get released to deal with some of, you know, the the essential stress, and I think we've both spoken about this. That is that why? Like if you're exercising a lot. You do seem to require more sleep or you sleep. My. I don't know. Maybe. Yeah. That's eight points. You play. You're gonna test that that's awesome. We've we've just actually been looking at the not with exercise or with Sonus, but we've been looking at sleep and pain when you deprive people of sleep, you get a chronic release of these pro inflammatory sites, which is a good situation acute right rate. Some genetic good for the body, but chronic long-term, and we're starting to piece together a brain body sleep pain interaction, which I think has we haven't published this yet, but should have marked implications for the hospital environment because the one place where you do not get a good night of sleep words, all connected against the nice of sleep is the one place where you need sleep the most..

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"sonus" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Australia. Sonus this winter Lincoln county cattle producer, Bo Jackson says even without the flooding happening. Now, the wet wet winter has been problematic because they've had to feed more. Hey, something Jefferson County farmer Aaron Louis echoes when talking about his operation, my particular situation, you know, even though we haven't had really all that cold weather this year, you know, Cadillac eating a lot more than I normally would have this because it's been so wet, and again, I mean, our pastors are really torn up and everything which is going to affect pastors are this coming spring and summer and get her hay production as well. And with the flooding even in east Tennessee's mountainous areas now affecting even more farmers. The question now arises about the hay crop for this year, particularly here. Just in the past all over the roads and everything and coming from a cattle background, you know, it's really had a pretty bad effect on her pastors this year. Warm weather's right around the corner. And now we've also had reports from farmers having to rescue cows by boat in west, Tennessee. So we'll keep you posted. As we hear how these floods are affecting our farmers across the state have a great day. Join us next time for Tennessee, home and farm radio. I'm Melissa Bratton. This edition of the Tennessee, home and farm news is brought to you by your coffee county farm bureau insurance, we're born in just insurance. I'm super Levin the sunshine, aren't you? Oh my gosh. We waited too long for it. It seems. So I'm.

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"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"To buy the company that's already done it. Yeah. I mean, I guess you could argue that it's a new world going forward for apple and things might change especially because it wants to become more of a services company than our hardware company, leased it's bread and butter comes from. But on the hardware side, something like Sonos now that would make a lot of sense to me because Sonus is makes very high quality, well, regarded audio products, and that is something that well, again, this sort of goes back to our our twenty nineteen predictions episode where I. Stored of predicted something that would be in line with with plebeian Sonos as Mark speakers. But, but that would make sense to me in the same way that beats headphones made sense to me it was kinda weird at the time. But sure it makes sense for apple to acquire a company like that something like Netflix. I don't I I can't imagine this happening in less Apple's own net. Flicks. Competitor, a of which we have yet to see fails spectacularly. Yeah. I'm not gonna happen to that flicks. Netflix is worth one hundred twenty nine billion something like that right now, they're assuming apple would have to overpay in order to get it. So they'd have to pay a one hundred eighty nine billion even at one hundred billion which is less than what Netflix is worth right now that would take up such a large chunk of apples cash that I just don't see them doing it. Unless like you say, Sarah, they decide to change how they operate and say, oh, we're not going to keep all this cash around anymore. We're gonna we're gonna buy stuff. The other side is I don't. Think Netflix wants to be bought I think Netflix would work very hard to avoid this because he right? Looks wants to be the company that is up there in the FANG. Right. The Facebook, apple Amazon Netflix Google club. They don't want to be owned by anybody else. I think Reed Hastings would work against this..

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"sonus" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Through. I also practice family law as well should mention that. But I also saw families go through that same process, and I maybe naively thought I could do a better job than some of those other attorneys, and I think so far I've done a pretty good job. Okay. Okay. And he's super good with numbers and math and figuring out really difficult complicated financial issues. He's really if you're talking about savant prodigy. He's amazing job. Well, that's what we want is. We want somebody that can think it through better than I can cause you give stuck in the weeds so quickly. Well, and remember this is one of those emotional times. Whether you're trying to figure out your will, or you're dealing with a family issue or a criminal issue. You're chemically impaired in your brain because of the stress caused by that situation and a good lawyer is supposed to be there to give you information help you understand it. Explain it to you multiple times if you needed so that you are the one who's really in control of that process instead of coming out of the fog at the end of it and going oh my gosh. What happened right? Well, when we're talking about this estate planning is that everybody's scenario is a little bit different. But is there a way for me as someone that's just sitting out there? Let's say that I'm a single mom and my kids ten because that's what I am. Okay. So we'll start with me you'll start with me. But how do you prioritize or do? I come to you and go I need to start a state planning, and you just go. Okay. We do all of this all at one time. How do I have to go? What question should I ask? I. What we do when you've come in and have a meeting with us. And we sit down our our and a half, however, long it takes and go through all of your areas of concern areas of need, and there are three documents generally that we start with that everybody needs. Okay. I think we're going to talk about them in more detail little bit, right? But most of the time people need a will. Okay. Need something called a healthcare directive. Okay. And then also needs something called a power of attorney. Gotcha. All three of those do different things for your state and your needs. What we do primarily is listen, okay? Sit down and have you tell us about you. Right. And from there, then we can tailor. What exactly it is that you might mean? Right. Because in that first meeting, you really don't know what you don't know. Exactly. And so we have people come in. And it's a free consultation because we really want to learn about your situation, and from there we can start to dig into what really might be some options for fitting, your family, not telling you what those options have to be right. Letting you choose among those options because for some folks, a straight will is plenty you don't need anything else. But for others in situations where you've got a minor children. Or you have a situation where you've got an adult child who's not capable of taking care of him or herself. Then we get into different types of trusts writers, lots of reasons to do it to deal with those trust situations. Right. Yeah. And I think that one of the things that when I was talking to my little friend group about setting up a will or and saying those things one of the things that I thought was very empowering about it is basically you are freeing your family for making all of this decisions. Oh, so much so much. I mean when you don't do it. A will or trust or deal with these issues ahead of time? Now, we're not just dealing with whatever tragedy or issue is coming about because of you. But it's the added emotional stress because your family doesn't have that road map. They have to make it up. They have to figure out what you would have wanted. And when they have different ideas about what that would have wanted as been that's when that extra level of strife comes in. So now them in this terrible time for them. They're fighting amongst themselves to figure out what you would've wanted and without that roadmap. It can leave a lot of families really kind of up in the air and without a safety net and the other let's let's look at it from the other scenario like I know lots of people spend too much time watching all of the the true crime shows. I am one of those people, and it does make you a little paranoid. Like if I set up a will are they going to then try and get rid of me? I mean. What about the people that are just a little paranoid about sending any of these things up just for the record? If you kill somebody. And you're supposed to be a beneficiary of their will you don't inherit from them Sonus done. Anybody is thinking about doing that you're gonna get nothing from it. So don't even try. I'm sorry say that, but we need to say worthless. Separate nobody out there very few people out. There are smart enough to pull it off without getting caught. It just don't do it. Exactly. Don't do it. It's bad idea. I agree. I love that. So we're going to go to break we're gonna come back, and we're going to cover some great things about setting up some overall estate planning thing. And what are we gonna cover specifically in the next area? We're we're going to dive in a little bit more into what's a will. What's a trust? What's a healthcare directive, and what's the power of attorney? And those are words that lawyers understand, but there really are major differences about what those different tools do. And we're gonna talk through what those mean, we'll also take your questions again, you can call us at six five one six four one one zero seven one we'll be right back with the folks who share it in and do less here on the mom show. Hey, remember, how we were going to break.

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"sonus" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Again, three hundred the cracks in person. What is not see Bannon? We'll get. Abandon the second. So Roger stone was coordinating with this person. One. Who was apparently passing information from leaks starting in early August two thousand sixteen after receiving the August second 2016 sixteen Email from person one still made repeated statements about information. He learn from the head rookie leagues. So he spoke publicly about this over and over and over again because if you are colluding with an enemy of the United States, presumably what you wanna do speaking publicly about it as possible over and over and over to show, your cool. That's exactly what Roger stone's it until the best people beginning on or about August nineteenth two thousand sixteen Sonus changed written communications, including by text message and Email with person to about organization wants a person who is Randy credit go apparently and and WikiLeaks and what the head of WikiLeaks plans. Do there's a lot of coordination over all of this. And then there and then the indictment suggests that stone started coordinating with members of the Trump campaign, and this is where we get into the really dicey part for campaign Trump. Because if someone were just dealing with WikiLeaks, and then revealing it publicly online, not only is your private citizen, but he's not even associated with the campaign. So there really is nothing with regard to the Trump campaign to worry about. But then things get a little bit dicey. We'll get to that in just a second. But first we need to talk about what happens with your car as he gets older it's going to break down. And we all know that that's going to happen. Right. It happens. Every car truck SUV, if you're lucky it's going to happen while you're still under manufacturer's warranty. But if it happens after the warranty expires, well, then you got a problem, you.

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"sonus" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"That's true. It is how and and also the fact that James cheated and all that stuff. And he's just like they're not like us like the fact that him SU he he insists constantly how their situation is different. And Britney, of course, will wants to what do you think of that Brittany? I get so triggered by Britney because this whole. Narrative not to channel Carol, but this whole narrative around. Britney is too good. For jacks. I cannot deal with it. The whole group is like organized around this idea that Britney would US thing to that Bernice too good for jacks. I believe what they say. I haven't I haven't thought about it on my own at all no, they told me in. So I guess that. Because they told me what to believe I feel like with first of all it's just in the words of judge Judy one of my personal heroes. You pick them you picked him like she picked him Picton cracks. But that aside, you know, I feel like you got to look at someone's actions, right actions reveal character. So if you strip away britney's kind of Kentucky down home. Aw, shucks. I'm a whatever small fish in a big pond beers Sonus mogul king exactly what you have. And I say this without judgment. And it's just it's fine. But these are the facts you have a young woman who met Jack's immediately moved from her small town to live with him. Not get her own place to live with him in his tiny studio apartment while he's filming a season of the show. She immediately applies for job at the restaurant where the show takes place and she immediately allows them to buyer, wonderful new. Breast implants. And it's just kind of like again, I don't judge any of this. It's like great, do you? But I just feel like Britney knew what she was getting into. I feel like she wanted this. You wanted this life? She wanted jacks. I feel like somehow she's done in amazing job of convincing people. Otherwise that somehow this was all for love Comey cynical. I just don't buy it. I don't. It's fine. It's fine. I feel like they're great for each other. But I think this is a woman who knows how to get what she wants. And she gets it and she's not too good for him. This is the life. She chose this is the life. She chose in Chris sting. I do agree with the choice because she keeps making the same choice right over and over and over again, and and your and your thing is that she's not an innocent in this. She is a participant in this. I just think she knows what she's doing. I mean, maybe not consciously maybe convincing yourself unconsciously. I think she knows what she's doing. I think she absolutely wanted to be on the TV show, and you know. Any sort of rhetoric to the contrary. I just think that to me was always the shocking thing about Britney is because these women and men on this show all of them are sharks, and they ate each other alive constantly, and they constantly have changing dynamics. And who they hate who they love, but Britney has always been untouchable. And the fact that everybody has rallied around her, and no one has turned on her to me was always. So like, well, then I guess she must be as good as they say. Well, she's the best person on the show. She's the smartest person in the show. I guess on some level while Al out dancing. She's the best person on the well. I mean in terms of like, creating your own story line. I think that too because she's obviously I'm over thought about it. Because you think about these are all new words in my brain. I don't know if they make any then those are I thought I thought. But it's but yeah. Like, the fact that like she's pulling the strings of this like, oh, she is smarter that because nobody gets out alive on these shows nobody gets out alive, and she seems to be doing it, which is shocking. And I think I mean, what's always so interesting to me is like there is always a group think like right now, the group think is everyone's against James. And then everyone decides you have Britney is too good for jacks..

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"sonus" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

AppleVis Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"sonus" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

"If all services heading Alexa will year default service when asked to play music if music library, and we're going to swipe and to get to apple music, apple music wants to hear your one figure tab, apple music selected and now that you set to your default. So anytime he acts Alexa for amusing. It will use apple music by default instead of using the whatever. Description you have chosen before if he didn't have one ill, go straight back to Amazon music. So that way we asked for a particular music always pull from apple music. Instead a now that we have that set up. Let's head on over to our Amazon echo device in this case. I have an echo dot over. I solicit go ahead and implement our first command see if it works. Alexa, play county stars by one Republic counting stars by one Republic from apple music. Okay. That works. Stop it. Gene. Alexa about stomp. You could hear or heard you just for yourself is said it was playing this in this on apple music. So it was very specific where it was pulling the music from. So that is just Pacific asked for a song. Let's try and artists. Well, just use. My son example, Alexa. Play Riley, the musician Riley the musician from apple music. Okay. Alexa, stop. So those two examples eight you can also play playlists. Yes. So few specific playlist of you developed, whatever I have quite a few essentials that I put into my playlist library, for example. Let's use this. Alexa, play the eagles essential playlist. Eagles essentials from apple music. There we go. So it does play playlets. Alexa, stop if any time. It doesn't say apple music. If it doesn't find something or didn't hear you're right. It will default back all the way down to the Amazon music. So if you don't hear the apple music part, you can always say play something from apple music in specific. So you can basically say this for example, Alexa, play living on the prayers by Bon Jovi on apple music living on a prayer by Bon Jovi from apple music. So it's not playing the song. And I was specific. So stop here. Alexa. Stop. So those are the different example. So you can ask her in those things or you can ask you specifically what you want to play from in this case is apple music. Now, there are three things I want to let you know. And that is number one. You do have to have an apple music subscription. So in order to use this or use this feature you'll have to have a subscription to apple music, number two this at the time of this podcast is that this is only going to work on the actual Amazon echo devices any third party devices such as the Sonus or smart TV's that used the Alexa will not be able to work at this time, very soon. Hopefully, Amazon has said that will make sure that all thirty party devices will work for apple music. Lastly, and a big note is that this is not available to all countries at this time of the podcast. So hopefully as some point when Amazon decided to allow up music all across a platform all around the world that will be soon to become an well that's going to do to how at apple music to your Amazon echo device. My name is Thomas, Don Ville, I also go by the name of non Mus until next time. Bye. This podcast has been brought to you by the community of apple this for the latest in resources and tips and tricks to help you get the best experience from your apple device. Visit us online at WWW dot apple this dot com..

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