35 Burst results for "Steve Wozniak"

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Security Now

"Can share private data securely with your coworkers department or entire organization. That's a big part of any business password manager is secure sharing of passwords. People are going to share passwords. You don't want them texting them. You don't want them writing them on post it notes. You don't want to emailing them. Bit worn makes that possible. If you're a larger enterprise, bit warden's enterprise organization plan 5 bucks per month per user, and there's always the free organization plan. That's two users. You can store and secure passwords and of course, as I mentioned, they have family plans and they've individual plans. And honestly, I pay for bit warden because I love it so much. For me, it's less than a buck a month. And I want to support him. I really do. But the personal plan is free forever. Last chance to register for their free open-source security summit. You're going to like this panel. It's coming up December 9th day after tomorrow. Nicole pearl Ross, Steve Wozniak, and Bruce schneier are the keynotes. Wow. December 9th, 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pacific. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern Time. That's three people I'd love to hear from. Bitboard and believes everyone should have access to basic password security tools individuals can use their basic freak out as I mentioned forever for an unlimited number of passwords and it works in all your devices. You get all the benefits of a real password manager for free. You can upgrade to a premium account for less than a buck a month. That's my account. If you're looking for secure password storage for the family, the family organization options, 6 users, premium features, 3.33 cents a month, not per person, but total. I think a bit warden is just great. And of course, you can use a bit word in cloud to store your vault. But the personal plans, you can use your own Dropbox or whatever you want for the vault if you don't want to if you really want trust no one be can monitor and manage security vulnerabilities using their vault health reports from bit warden. As I mentioned, you can identify exposed reused week or potentially compromised passwords, as well as any items in your fault with inactive two FA. We really love that too if you want to turn it on. It'll say, no, you could use two FA on this account. Do you want to turn it on? I think that's really important. And again, knowing that your password has been compromised and reused would have saved this guy a lot of trouble. Get started with a free teams or enterprise.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

06:31 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Grumpy old geeks a weekly talk. Show hosted by brian. Chiu meister and jason phillip discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the internet. And who's to blame grumpy. Geeks jason filipo and bramshill meister. And i'm grumpy. Okay gay fully. that's just such a. it's such a. I i don't want to be sexist. But it is a man woman thing. My my wife has taken over our upstairs office. She's working from home now. I'm actually going into an office. Started my job So we've got you know we've gotta logitech mouse up here and we've got an apple keyboard up here now. The apple keyboard. i can understand. You know there's just there's just an indicator on your screen tells you if the battery is low but logitech. Mouse glows red. When the battery's getting low. And i have not been up here for a week. We'll see how long this mouse lasts. But it's a there's no power she did this to you before i rem- is not like to plug things in well back back in back in santa monica we were both. We were hot desk that thing. So i'm not all the time so you know that was on me as well but this one hundred percent on her first world problems versus. I've got a lot of ninety. Nine first world brought my mouth way down list. Oh man so. I was meant to put this story in last week. And i had. I had spaced on it. So i'm gonna talk about it this week Friend of mine is a driver for uber. Eats and you know we make fun of the the ubers and the lifts all of that stuff in the door dashes and then she came over and sat down and showed me the app and should me how much money she makes. Which is i. I was stunned. I was flat out absolutely stunned. Bullet about five grand a month if you hustle you can do it. Yeah she's hustling so much that she and she enjoys it. She actually really really has fun doing it. So i'm like I have lots of free time. Maybe i should try. Not a people person jason. Hey you know you just leave it on the doorstep you pick it up at the place and you leave it on the doorstep. There's not much people interaction anymore. There's nobody in your car got ivory restaurants. I see how that works. You know have special places set up you go and say the name they hand you the bag and you run. That's it but Yeah i then came to my senses. Okay said you know No it's not. it's not the people part. it's i hate driving in los angeles. Yeah there's that you know even if it's still in the neighborhood because you know the the area i'm in woodland hills and calabasas and you know maybe even malibu that's where she makes the big bucks. Apparently malibu tips or fantastic But the thing though. Here's the thing. I we're looking at one side of the equation here. I need a cost versus benefits analysis. I need to see how much you spend on gas. I need to see dollars on car insurance. I need to see wear and tear. I want. I want two years worth of study on this. Well you're not gonna get to study. Been doing it for a couple of months but yeah yeah we're not that bad Got lease and spend about sixty bucks in gas a week which isn't too bad Because one one delivery can pay for that if you get a good one but Yeah it was just interesting because she spent the last twenty five years selling insurance and you know may pretty good money. She's obviously taking a hit and pay to do this but likes it. A hell of a lot more in that that switch over to work when she wants and You know a little bit less money but a little bit more freedom and peace of mind. Not hating her job has turned her into a much more pleasant person. Great and one of the other things. Though that i thought you would find very funny there is actually a prop twenty two calculation inside of the app itself. Of course she gets since it has been repealed. She actually makes more money. Go figure they do this calculation every week and bring. Everybody's number's up. Based on how many hours they work to make sure that they meet the minimums required. And i just got a chuckle out of that. Unlike sea prop twenty two yet. Shit as we all know. Rick rhoden little. Follow up here. I owned the soundtrack to the hitter. And when i tried transferring laptop to my phone it would say unavailable in the united states. I put the album and a platelets. And now i can play on my phone. This workaround seems to work all my unavailable in the united states albums. So i guess you can play listed stuff. I suppose i don't know you know. We also got a handful of look here. I am playing killing arab contacts via twitter and other places with zero documentation shows green. Nothing no no. What service i used. What's what country. I'm in am i using a vpn. If you're going to say you can see it you gotta do. The basic zero level of debugging here people help us out. Can a screen shot. Come on and up. Barrett wrote in from the big surprise. Another billionaire wants to go to space instead of helping out here on earth. Vile steve wozniak shared video about his new space startup. vinho a private space companies starting up unlike the others x. Okay if it's a private space company trying to go up into space which is exactly like the others. What's different i do you do. You have space. Segues does play your space. Segway polo steer there. There is no information whatsoever about this other than a lot of words salad that somebody put together a fancy video. All right steve. Cfc later see although he was married to kathy griffin. And i gotta say if i was married to kathy griffin i would want this fucking planet quite funny sometimes sometimes but sometimes in the news. Was that a old meam. Lock up your daughters or whatever Better hide your hide your bitcoin hydra daughters Waiver at with women and hide the fried chicken is the steelers..

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Out november nineteenth here in the us at least for now. Sony has pushed back the release date a number of times due to the pandemic display the attornal delay. It's gotten decent reviews so far saying that it's nostalgia done rights and honors the legacy of the original two films which is perhaps due in part to the fact that it's actually directed by the son of the original film's director who himself is a producer of this new one and one way that ghostbusters. Afterlife will riff on the original movies but with its own. New spin is the introduction of miniature versions of the stay puffed marshmallow man no all the original was transfigured from a to d logo to eight-story-tall anthropomorphic manifestation of the villainous. God go zor. Wreaking havoc upon midtown manhattan. These new mini ones are seen in a preview clip climbing out of their manufacturing bag and terrorizing grocery store. Much to the shock and consternation of paul rudd's character mister gruber sin so the legacy of one of my personal favourite icons from cinema and saturday morning cartoons will live on in one way or another but writer. Brian van hooker over mel magazine reflecting on the state puffed marshmallow man and his progeny. Last week started wondering question so sensible. I can't believe i'd never asked myself. How many s'mores could the original stay puffed marshmallow man be made into and despite the obviousness of this question. It seems based on a cursory google. Search that no one had really taken the time to calculate it before so van. Hooker called up mathematician. James hynde of nottingham trent university who took the question so seriously i mean really if you click the link in the show notes there are accompanying diagrams and everything eats great. So basically what you've got to do is figure out the volume of the entire stay puffed marshmallow man and then. Divide that by the volume of in average marshmallow. One that you would use for a s- more. The same puffed marshmallow man in the movies is described by these special effects team as being one hundred twelve and a half feet tall. Although notably the novelization of the film cuts them off at an even one hundred but for the purposes of making everything harder van hooker and hynde stuck to one hundred twelve and a half years would hinge said quote. I we can split this guy into the following parts hats head torso to upper arms to forearms two hands eight.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"And it was while he was running that gas station that he was named a kentucky colonel by the governor a civilian title and highest honor in the states after his competitor shots one of his employees there was a literal shootout between the two gas stations. I guess it was a combination of that and cooking such good chicken that elicited the honor that was back in nineteen thirty five. It would be several years of selling his chicken in various motels. He bought fires ward and divorce before. Kfc became something like we know it today. In the early nineteen fifties but yeah colonel. Sanders managed to pivot from gas to global corporations. So maybe some of these other franchisees will be able to do so.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Convenience stores that eighty percent of gas stations have crockett notes. That convenience store purchases account for just under a third of the average gestation revenue but make up seventy percent of the prophets while recent numbers put forty four percent of gas station customers as going inside the store and a third of those making a purchase. Those numbers are decreasing in with more pay at the pump options. Less and less people are going inside especially in the age of vid plus gas station. Convenience stores are well known to have some of the highest crime rates of any business. Which makes people stay away but also causes the practical loss of seven hundred sixty one dollars annually on average per gas station in america and less people are buying gas at all from nineteen ninety-five today gas stations around the us reduced in number from one hundred ninety. Five thousand two hundred fifteen thousand which is a good thing in terms of the environment of course and gas stations that can pivot to electric charging stations are doing so but installing just one of those costs a hundred thousand dollars and while. Ev sales are expected to skyrocket in the coming decades. That's a tough cost. Justify right now when there are so few on the road but if they can't pivot to electric maybe some of these gas stations can give it to something else and take advantage of whatever the best selling thing in their convenience store. Is you know people are still going to go to wawa. Even if they don't need gas same with seven eleven you know. Both of those don't even function as a gas station in a lot of cases and crockett shared this fun fact. Kfc actually began at a gas station. The actual colonel sanders ran a shell franchise location north corbin kentucky and served customers fried chicken country ham biscuits and more.

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Or tuesday. September fourteenth twenty twenty one. I'm jackson burge today. How gas stations actually make money and their prospects for the future. Steve wozniak says don't mess with space and a timeless question for the ages. How many s'mores could you make from the giant. Stay puffed marshmallow man from ghostbusters. Here some of the cool things from the news today. You know the refrain that movie theaters. Don't make their money from the ticket sales but rather from concessions. That's not exactly true. The profit margins are much higher on concessions. Sure but they still make a lot more of their profit. From tickets sales then people tend to think especially ever since that secret facts started getting thrown around but one place that really does rely on their version of concessions for profit gas stations. According to zachary crockett in the hustle. Gas stations are only taking home a small fraction per gallon of gas sold and when the price of oil goes up they might even be losing money quote. according to ibis world. Gas stations make an average net margin of just one point four percent on their fuel. That's far lower than the seven point. Seven percent average across all industries and ranks beneath other notoriously low margin businesses like grocery stores at two point five percent and car dealerships at three point two percent and quotes and i crockett points out that the majority of gas stations in the us at least are owned by individual operators who only own one station. These are people who are franchisees for name-brand oil companies. Like shell chevron or texaco and some others run their own generic places and buy gas themselves on the open markets. So when we're talking about operators losing out on money here. We're not necessarily talking about the giant corporations but kind of for some small businesses would. How do they end up with such a small fraction of the prophet crockett. Breaks down like this. Let's say you buy a gallon of gas for three dollars and eighteen cents a steel here in new york city. A dollar sixty three of that. A full fifty one percent is going to the crude oil itself. Fifty five cents goes towards the refining process. Another fifty five cents goes to taxes. Twenty five cents goes to transporting the now gasoline to gas stations. Leaving you with if you've been doing quick math here in your head. Just twenty.

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Faster Horses & Product Myths

Startups For the Rest of Us

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Faster Horses & Product Myths

"Always been annoyed with the quotes from the steve. Jobs is and the henry. Ford's where it's like if i don't do focus groups if i'd asked people what they wanted they would have wanted a faster horse and instead i get built on a car. Here's why those quotes number one. It's unlikely you have the resources. That steve jobs and henry ford did by the time. Steve jobs was. I think it was twenty. Who's worth a million by. The time is twenty one hundred ten million. By the time he's twenty two is worth one hundred million and a lot of that was on the back of this incredible once in a generation. Invention that steve wozniak had designed it was called the apple one. And that's what made them. They have all this amazingness. After that steve jobs then proceeded to launch failure after failure from the lisa to the original macintosh which eventually became successful but it was a train wreck when it launched to the apple. Newton fail fail fail. Who's running the company so poorly that he got kicked out the board voted him out and you know he went off. And if you read the book. I think it's called becoming steve jobs. It's about the a lot about the interim years and how he matured during that time and then he did figure himself out when he came back to apple in the late nineties he was amazing and he was an amazing not only business product person before that yes. He was a good marketer. Yes he could talk yes. He could stare at people and convince them to do things that they were. You know maybe shouldn't do. They were scared to do he could. You'd say it's either persuasion intimidation or something. But he was not a great product person in the early days was wozniak and obviously jobs learned this and did become that overtime. All that said these luminaries are quoted. In and i feel like it's this myth of she. Should you listen to your customers or not. There's an in-between. Because when henry ford says that people would have asked for a faster horse. That's like saying i asked my customers what they wanted and they said that they want a button in my interface to download and then make changes and re uploaded. So are you going to give them exactly what they want. Or you going to put your product hat on. Maybe your vision hat your founder gut feel hat and say that's a dumb idea. There's a ways your way to do that. Why don't i just build a lightweight kind of accel manipulation widget within my app and on. This is just an example. I'm saying that's the best the better or the worst way to do it. But if you're product person you never take customer suggestions and build what they want because you wind up with crap software you wind up with a million settings you wind up with terrible. You actually end up a terrible. Ui because customers are not product people. They're not experts for the most part in general so when henry ford says they were asking a faster horse i put on my visionary my product tat and i think what are they act. What's the job done. Well they want something that moves faster than a horse so what can do that. We'll trains can do that these days. Right locomotives in what is one thousand five hundred. Ten locomotives can do that. So can we build a locomotive that run something. that's not on rails right that's the type of innovation that that ford put into place so to take his quote and to act like don't listen to customers at all. I think a grave misuse of that as product people and that instead of taking exactly verbatim literally what customer said and building that into your app. There's a balance here right. It's that product vision that you have. Where do i want my product to go. And how do i want to feel and how they want it to be used to build in it and not build in it. What i wanted to become not become because i tell you. In the early days of drip people want us to build affiliate management software into it because a competitor had it. They want us to build shopping cart into landing pages where all these things that other competitors had built and we're opinionated enough that we said our opinion is that we should integrate with best of breed and so we have thirty five tier one integrations by the time we were you know year and a half two years into drip and that was the approach. We take that was our opinionated stance on whether we're going to make this thing and all in one. i'll say monstrosity. All in windsor monstrosities. But that's what i felt like is that would be a worst in class and we'd have five tools built into one or we could be best in class marketing automation and integrate with the other. Best in class. So that's my stance on this whole henry ford quote and i'd love to hear your thoughts. Maybe i'll tweet this out to get a conversation going because it kills me every time someone says it. It rubs me the wrong way that it's it's touted as this this big grandiose thing of. I'm such an innovator look at me and it's like no you actually. Yes you did you invent head and you did. Innovate in the way that you solved customers problems but then don't go back and say i didn't do anything customers we're asking for because they were actually asking for a car they just didn't know it.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Network later this year. Apple Co founder Steve Wozniak. You may have heard of him as well along with seventeen, other plaintiffs foued a lawsuit against Google on Wednesday over a youtube scam that allegedly use Wozniak's name and likeness to get viewers to send cryptocurrency for a Bitcoin giveaway event. Wow, the BITCOIN. Scams are really hot this this week was neck says at the skin which also included Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, and Microsoft founder bill, Gates using their likenesses, as well was ignored by Google despite repeated requests to take down the scam video. And twitter announced that during the coordinated social engineering attack that hit the service last week. You may have heard of it. Attackers were able to access the direct messages up to thirty six of the one hundred thirty targeted accounts, twitter said this included the DMZ of one elected official in the Netherlands, but that the attackers did not access the of other high profile politicians that had their accounts taken over, so yeah the plot. Plot thickens. Would the would the Google attack, but Justin? There is more to Google stories this week. Yeah, they buried a little news on top of the the hack information. Probably a smart idea in it's cute to earnings. Twitter said it saw a moderate recovery quote UNQUOTE IN ITS AD business, since March with Ad Revenue Down Twenty three percent year over year for the quarter, but slowing down fifteen percent in the last. Last three weeks of June the company reported revenue of six hundred eighty, three million missing analysts expectations of seven hundred and seven million, due in part to a one point, one billion dollar loss on a deferred tax asset. The company reported it lost one dollar and thirty nine cents per share. Twitter saw monetize Abol daily active users increased thirty four percent on the year to one hundred and eighty six million users which beat. Beat analyst predictions, and is the largest increase in twitter, adopted that metric on an investor call on Thursday however C. O..

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Steve Wozniak sues YouTube, Google over Bitcoin scam videos

Mark Thompson

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Steve Wozniak sues YouTube, Google over Bitcoin scam videos

"Steve Wozniak is suing YouTube and Google thing, they failed to remove videos that use his likeness to trick users into giving away crypto currency. That's videos were allegedly used to scam people in descending Bitcoin to fake accounts. And used images of tech moguls like Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Steve Wozniak to gain credibility. Wozniak did praise Twitter for acting swiftly to shutdown malicious

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Do You Need A Degree To Be a Successful Entrepreneur?

The $100 MBA Show

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Do You Need A Degree To Be a Successful Entrepreneur?

"I could begin today's episode by naming all the famous entrepreneurs. We all know that don't have a college degree. Whether. It's Mark Zuckerberg or Walt Disney or Michael. Dell or Steve Jobs or Steve Wozniak or Bill Gates or Ray KROC or I can keep going right. But. That doesn't prove that have a college. Degree is a waste of money, or the conjugate doesn't help you become an entrepreneur. I let's recognize the fact that everybody on that list I just named and more ones I didn't list are exceptional entrepreneurs, exceptional people whether they're very bright and talented, whether they have a lot of tenacity like Ray Kroc, or just are willing to work harder than everybody else I'm not interested in edge, cases or extraordinary people that are extraordinarily things. I am interested in addressing this question with the fact that what about everybody else everybody who may not be a genius or The special gifts of some of the people we've talked about. Can they make it as an entrepreneur without a college degree? Well, let's talk about what caused. Agree gives you so that we can boil it down to. Do you need those things to be successful there more college degree? We'll give you an education. They will teach you somethings who go to class and you'll learn now whether that. is of date or not is a different matter, but you will learn. You will gain those skills number two. It's going to put you in an environment where you're going to meet. Other people go to college whether it's online or offline, you are going to be networking with other people other likeminded people other people. WanNa be successful just like you, and often you know in the same field whether it's computer, science, or business, or whatever it is so one you're gonNA give formation number two. You're going to get exposed to people, and you'll be able to build a network and the third thing that call will give you is a piece of paper. They'll give you a certificate. They'll give you a diploma. Something that tells other people employers particularly that hate. This person knows stuff or knows this area of expertise whatever your degrees in, so it's almost like a permission, slip or sort of like a coupon like hey, this paper proves of this person. Know something in this area with a stern on a different matter, but that's how society views a degree, so those are the three things college will give you now. Can you achieve these three things outside of college with Al GonNa College Information Skills. Skills Yup, you can learn the outside college whether that is indifferent programs online learning courses online books, universities will have a monopoly on the information, right? You can get this information elsewhere network while there's a little bit different because you know you're not in a space like an actual campus, but hey, you still can go to conferences. You still can meet people online. You could be a a person that really values relationships in kind of. Of Fall some advice. We talked about in this in this podcast. How To make sure you build your network constantly? So this is doable. Assad College, and the third thing is the piece of paper now a totally different think society has agreed that this piece of paper will allow you to get you know opportunities whether it's jobs or an interview or whatever it is. This is the difference the piece of paper. So do you need a? A piece of paper. That's the question here, so college is beneficial. If you do need a piece of paper that permission slip, but if you plan to be an entrepreneur, if your soul is GonNa, be a business bill I want to be an entrepreneur. All my life I don't want to really pursue a career that requires me to have a degree. If that's you tried and true, then really GonNa College may not make the most financial. Financial Sense not going to say it's going to hurt you, but it's a lot of time often in your prime years and a lot of money being spent on something, you may not really need because you can achieve the things you want to achieve as an entrepreneur without it now if you are not sure if you like fifty fifty. Hey, I think I to be an entrepreneur, but maybe I want to work for a little while. While maybe I want to start a business and then after that I wanna go ahead and you know work somewhere at a corporation, a degree will help you get that job. This justice, the reality of the situation there are exceptions to the rules of course in different careers one of them is programming development engineering technology. Many engineers don't have college degrees, but they're so highly skilled, and so saw after that they can get a job. Job Easily and our certification programs outside of the university structure that you can take in that field that can qualify you to get jobs. A lot of people say hey, getting your degree is sort of like a backup plan. You can always get a job if things don't work out, but that really doesn't help you answer that question of. Do you need a college degree to Be Successful Entrepreneur? I don't think you need it I. I do believe you'll. The half caused. Degrees can be successful I. do believe that people that don't can be successful as well as a matter of how you WanNa spend your resources. Your time and your money I can't tell you for certain that thing that I learned in university. I don't use at all in my day to day life as an entrepreneur. I'm sure there are some things that I've picked up that I've used. But if I'm going to be completely honest. I don't think there's enough of that. I would say would require me to have gone to college to be. Successful, so you also have to define what success means. What does success mean to you as an entrepreneur? Is Success being able to pursue a hobby that you love and make a profit is success being able to replace current income in your current job with your business success, a a million dollar business is that a ten million dollar business? Is it a billion dollar business which a lot of? Of People think that's the only meaning of success. No, you need to define what success is for you as an entrepreneur and for most people I think it should be able to make a healthy living that allows you to be financially free doing something that you really feel passionate about that. You

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Google is working on its own debit card (again

This Week In Google

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Google is working on its own debit card (again

"In our never ending quest to find stories to talk about Because as you know times have changed and there's not a lot of news but there is some Google news. Google is according to the verge working on. Its own debit card. Now the weird thing is Google used to have a credit card. I remember getting. They stopped at two. Google this is. This is short-sighted from High Garden Berg. They're coming back although it wasn't a debit card and I guess the Apple Card which is Goldman Sachs Bank Which is Weird Phantom? I don't know I don't know you have to have a certain credit rating to get it. No well wasn't there a big kerfuffle around getting it women not getting a couple of Steve Wozniak and David Heiner Meyer Hansen who created ruby on rails. Two well-known D.C. Icons both said I got a much better credit limit. Then my wife who has my same finances because she's my wife but anyway apple says. Yeah well we talked about this. The ways of the credit score are varied in mysterious. That apple said okay. We'll fix that. Lisa got a better credit limit than I did on mine. So some prizes based on your personal credit I would guess yes exactly. Yeah and if you see under sixteen hundred dollars thermo mix exactly exactly. Google wants to Google branded smart debit card Actually the apple cart which I've had for a while works quite well. You get cash back. The Nice thing is tied to the watch which is kind of something I guess Google Google has android wear but does anybody where android wear but the idea of a close eventually. Maybe it does have me. Yeah so nowadays. Not Touching money or credit cards but Attack at the grocery store if you have to go to be Embraced so maybe that's maybe this is a Cova thing. I don't know Came into our meeting thing because data thing you're right so you can get a lot of information and like facebook even has deals with credit card companies to to say. Hey what are people buying? So I think Google's like oh I would love to know and about tying that back possibly advertisements you could actually say. Hey this since saw this ad. They already do that their they already do that. Yeah but the so they have google pages like apple pay and Samsung Pay But the normally those work by you attach your existing credit cards to it. So what's different about Apple's credit card is you can use that as your primary payment. Apples is actual charge card. It's a credit card. You rack up a bill. You pay it in the month. The Google supposedly. According to the verges a debit card. They're going to partner with city Stanford Federal Credit Union. It's visa but most debit cards are either visa or MasterCard But it but it will take it right out of your bank account as opposed to adding up the charges till the end of the month It will do virtual card numbers. That's one of the real selling points on the apple. Credit Card is that the merchant doesn't get any information about you They don't even get your credit card number they get a token and they don't get your address your real name or any of that stuff and of course merchants hate that. Google apparently wants to do the same thing. But you know who gets the information apple and Google in Google's case so it's not like they're giving up any information customers will be able to use the Google play APP to lock their card in the event of theft or loss according to the verge or lock the account entirely Google Zap reportedly and there is a picture of the APP so this leak is pretty well. Sourced will reportedly allow customers to easily track purchases using Google maps and its database of retailers. Would you get goal Debit Card or not?

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Can hear him commando every Sunday afternoon at four here on KTAR news and I think I've used do more in the last two weeks than ever before it's time now for the KTA are time one was the exams Meister brought you by the husband and wife walked in the Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen ninety six it's April first April fool's day but it was no prank on this day in nineteen seventy six when Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded apple in a garage they were college dropouts who had a vision for changing the way that people view computers they wanted to make them small enough to fit into homes and offices they also wanted everyone to have their own and make them more user friendly jobs created the apple one in that same garage it was a computer without a monitor without a keyboard and without casing but the apple through was what really changed the industry it had the first color graphics sales jumped from seven million two hundred and seventeen million when the apple two came out in nineteen eighty not to mention the other genius inventions that changed the world the I mac changed personal computers the iPod changed the way that we listen to music and the iPhone revolutionized cell phones forever today apple is worth over nine hundred billion dollars far and away the highest net worth of any company in the world and it all started in a garage on this day in nineteen seventy six and they've got a lot as well here to help out in this coronavirus situation apple has a nice job with that with a lot of donations both materially and monetarily time now to get back out to the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on The MacCast

"Is okay for kind of consolidating everything gather a lot of your content but maybe not all of it i have generally found that it's better for stuff that you're actively watching or if you know what she wants to watch and can search for it when it comes to simply browsing we're trying to find new content through recommendations as we've talked about here on the pet in the pass on the mac cast it is not that great it used to be a lot better but now they've kind of fragmented a bit a lot of the recommendations suffer from the fact act that you get recommended stuff in channels or in apps that you maybe don't have access to were content that you don't subscribe to and that's incredibly frustrating frustrating it feels like they're trying to constantly upsell you on other services and i really don't like that part of the experience but when you know you can always jump out and go just to the individual apps if you wanna browse around so i am finding that i do have to do that especially with apps and and gaps in the service for things like net flex who don't participate in the apple TV integration that is a bit frustrating as well so so i think there's room for improvement but overall it's a pretty good experience and it's a nice device again if you really want that consistent apple experience i think it really is the only way to go you're not going to get that with a roku or an amazon device again those devices have the same kind of functionality with roku amazon you're gonna have individual apps for all the different subscription services that you subscribe to you know video services you subscribe to also to access all of the different channels so another area that is a little bit tricky with the apple TV although again it changes if you subscribe to individual services is like live television the vision and and you know live stuff like sports for myself i currently have access to a number of streaming services i have net flicks licks i have disney plus who eat ESPN through their bundle and i have amazon prime video in between those three services i have plenty of streaming content to watch oh and of course apple TV plus so i guess that's the fourth so between those four services i i am not wanting for things to watch i have plenty of content to consume and watch at into that you know content that i purchased through itunes ends either TV shows or movies and i don't feel like i even need to have a cable subscription the one thing that i lose out on there there is live TV and also live special events are often frustrating so if we wanna see an award show or maybe we wanna see holiday all day stuff like the macy's thanksgiving day parade or say the rose parade we really don't have access to that another big frustrating one especially on new new years is to the live coverage of the ball drop in new york we don't get to get that kind of stuff because i don't have a cable subscription in other frustration is sports and i now have ESPN but that is somewhat limited as you probably know but the good news is for sports many the of the leagues have their own subscription plan so MLB a bad nanny gel has their own thing that you can sign up for syfy signed for those they all have their own individual apps and you can stream those through the apple TV just fine so you know personally i love of my apple TV i think it is a great device they are a little bit more expensive but again i think what you're paying for is the same thing that you always pay for with apple and that is that great ease of use and user experience now i'm not going to go into the remote i guess we're talking about user experience a lot of people really hate the apple remote i am not that passionate about it i don't think it's that bad if you don't like it though a great option is just to use an iphone phone great reuse for an old iphone is just throwing the yeah the apple remote app on there and using that as your remote device and that it is a great experience so there are ways to work around that one but yeah i think if you're looking for something for apple TV plus plus and you wanna do more than just stream the apple TV plus content more apple like things like apple arcade or maybe IOS apps and and things like that yeah you should you can consider getting an apple TV if it's really just going to be kind of destroying things to your television without having to airplay them or something like that then you know pick up maybe a fire tv stick and just use that or maybe it's something that's already built into your tv set that might be worth it worth looking into so i hope that helps kind of answer your questions maybe gets into the whole streaming in what is apple TV good for kind of conversation i'm sure others in the community it'll be have thoughts and opinions on this if you do shoot us some feedback send us an email mac cast at g mail dot com so the next thing is something that surprised me this week it was something that i didn't even know was a thing but i had a listener right eight in and he was a little bit frustrated and said hey i don't know how to claim the keyboard on my new mac book air her and that took me back for a second because they thought well this is pretty straightforward rate you powered often you just you know take a damp cloth off not too wet right but in you just go over it with the soft lint free cloth cleaned up a little bit and then power back on running away you go well apparently the newer macbook pros and macbook air models the ones introduced in twenty eighteen or later leader they have a great new feature and i'm doing air quotes here feature where if you press any key on the keyboard or you press the track pad they just power on so that actually creates an issue because you can't wiped down or cleaned the keyboard on your mac without actually turning the device on in in general it's recommended or i've always recommended in the past that if you are cleaning your mac that you do powered off way back in the olden times we could do even better because we could actually she removed the batteries from the device and cut power to it completely of course those days are long gone but at least you know with say my twenty fifteen macbook pro i can shut it down make sure it's completely powered off and clean the keyboard as long as i avoid hitting the power key it's not going to power on that is no the longer the case with these new model macbook pros and macbook airs so the question was what to do because the other problem ms if it's powered on and it's not in you know some sort of other mode you could it be typing keys or pressing in keys and entering data into your vice and weird things can happen right there are certain key combinations were stuff happens in the finder and you probably don't want that stuff going on either so a couple of things i think you can possibly do one trick is to drop the mac back into its is lock screen mode so if you go under the apple menu and choose lock screen i think it's command option q. you can go back to the lock screen and you can then clean your keyboard without the fear of any kind of keyboard presses going in there of course you're going to have to avoid accidentally immuno sorta swiping or wiping your password but if you have a good strong password which you should the odds of that happening should be slim to none so that would be one way you can handle cleaning your keyboard again you're not going to have it fully powered off so if you are using any kind of liquid personally i stick to just plain water don't use any solvents or any harsh cleansers for sure i always spray that onto a a lint free cloth and do it very lightly you don't wanna use a lot of moisture go over it especially do not use a lot of moisture if you have to clean your mac with it's still powered on be very very careful full about that another option pointed out by the loop was a bit of software that you can use called keyboard clean tool i'll have a link to it in the show notes that matt kass dot com but what the software does is that when you activate it simply locks any keyboard input intel you actually click a button on the modal dialog that comes up so you launched the software it locks out all key presses and then you actually have to the click a button to reactivate any key presses so this would actually be really good for any mac out there not just the newer ones again again if you wanted to be able to sort of wipe down the keyboard or mashed down a bunch of keys all of the same time while you're mac is still up and running beyond that i don't really know what you do especially if you want to be able to clean your keyboard with your mac completely powered off as far as i know from the research i was able to do do there really is no workaround if you know differently if you know a trick for this with these newer model max shoot me an email send me an audio comment mac mac cast at gmail.com i would love to figure this out and sherry solution share solutions on a future episode of the cast and then finally four this week a thing of the moment now often don't do or i don't think i ever have done a thing of the moment that wasn't something that i own or have used but i wanna make an exception this time around because this thing it's too darn cool especially if you're an old school apple fan it's something that was shown off at c. s. and it is called smarty kit i'll have a link to it in the show it's mac dot com but it's smarty kit SMART y kit k. IT dot co and what this is is it's a do it the do it yourself kit that gives you everything that you need to build your own apple one replica computer and i'm saying this sort of tongue in cheek because it's kind of the updated version of an apple one computer computer it's on a teeny tiny red board has all the chips that you need there is no soldering required in assembling the kit and all of the chips come i'm in numbered bags kind of like lego kits so you don't have any problems finding the parts you need and sort of assembling everything together it gives you all of the instructions comes with the bread boards fifteen different chips with firmware jumper wire jumper wires colored cables PS two an RCA sockets for the keyboard and video monitor and a battery holder it's actually powered by four aa batteries so it is a much smaller irv version of the apple one again because modern technology allows it to be smaller but it's essentially all of the same components it has the same one one megahertz moss sixty five o two processor that was used in the original apple one and the rom has a copy of steve wozniak original monitor operating system you do need to bring your own keyboard and monitor like i said that includes a PS two keyboard which may be hard to come by so if you don't have that you are gonna need bring your own adapters you also need an adapter to adapt the RCA video out wrote to something that's maybe more modern again unless you have a way to plug that in maybe have an old television lying around or something like that but it's really cool who'll the thing will run basic they also say they have a lightweight version of python that you can run on the system as well there is no launch date available eligible for it yet but when it is released they say they're going to sell for about ninety nine dollars US so i thought this was pretty cool cool build your own apple one with a little kit smarty kit smarty kit dot i o..

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pay for equal work my gender so that's that's that was out of the thing it was Goldman Sachs and you know what they've listened maybe because because all you got involved I don't like to be get special privileges because of my past but they they they got involved in the thought it out and they're really going to make the changes very soon that will allow you to get to a human I don't believe looking into the algorithm is the solution I don't believe that that changing the algorithms the solution I think it's somehow being able to get individual attention in cases of the algorithm missus he did mention that part of the problem here is that when you're trying to get someone on customers support for a company this size it can be really hard he said it's too big a were you talking about Goldman Sachs there were you talking about apple or maybe a little bit about I'm not all the big companies that can be hard to get to apple's actually very good because you've got personal support human to human support to in the stores with the employees with the apple the the geniuses anything out of apple care for apple does a really good job of making good support available I decided a long time ago in my life having a good product isn't even as valuable as having good support for whatever you get obviously when you choose to weigh in on some like this especially apple related it's it's probably going to get a lot of attention you said you're a little surprised by how much attention those tweets got you also mentioned the the response I got from Goldman Sachs did you hear from apple as well how we did I don't think we heard from apple directly they were actually contacting my wife who contacted them way back months ago and call the phone number and I guess they had her number to call and and you know what they said that they're going to have the standard number by the end of the week now they were telling us my tomorrow I guess is going to actually go through to support people you know like this to get to humans and you can't expect instant solutions because it might be you know too much income too much demand and not enough supply for awhile but I'm glad I did talk and just exactly right the way through apple would handle something like this you know we're going to get on and we're going to support the customers that was apple co founder Steve Wozniak now as for Goldman Sachs is response about the apple cart controversy CEO David Solomon shared the bank's perspective of the apple Kerr launch with Bloomberg's Francie lock what she talked to him at the Bloomberg new economy form in.

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Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

"Anyway to actually get going today this from the New York State Department of Financial Services. It's investigating whether the Apple Card back as you might know by Goldman Sachs discriminates emanates against women that after a weekend twitter tempest in which a tech entrepreneur complained that his wife was given a much lower credit limit than he was. Even though her credit score was better than his and they share assets another person who complained about the same thing this from the irony department. The CO founder of Apple. Steve Wozniak Jack Marketplace's Supreme Benesch. War has the nuts and bolts of how all of this stuff gets decided. How much money is your Credit Card GonNa let you borrow? The biggest factor here is going to be your credit report Joe. Gonzales is an analyst group Wallethub. That's obviously where the largest wealth of information on you as things like how how on time you are when paying your bill. How long the length of your credit history? How much do you owe? How much do you make? That's all the standard stuff. But then there's there's a whole other layer of information that can be used. How long does the bank or credit card to think you're gonNA stick with them? Are you brand loyal. Apple obviously has lots of information in about a lot of people. Jonathan Iraqi is a principal at millman quantitative consulting firm for the financial industry but the exact recipe. We don't know it's a secret secret sauce for every credit card issuer and it can change the fact that we have to guess what exactly is going on. That's part of the reason why the New York Department of Financial Services is investigating Linda. Eh lacewell is New York Superintendent Financial Services. This is what's known as a black box where there's no visibility into how these credit decisions are being made and when consumers are applying for financial services and products they're entitled as a matter of consumer protection to understand how these decisions are being made in a statement. Goldman says it basis credit limits on individual factors so two members of the same family might get very different numbers it also said it does not take gender into account when setting credit credit limits in New York. I'm sorry bencher for

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Is Apples credit all about the patriarchy?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Is Apples credit all about the patriarchy?

"Is it possible. A credit card favors men over women. I'm David Brancaccio. Just the other day I spoke here with a University of Pennsylvania computer scientists about biases in computer algorithms. Now there's Word New York. Regulators are looking into complaints about sexism and Apple's new credit card marketplace's Erica Paris's following this. Well it isn't so much. The card itself is sexist but the process of acquiring and spending on it may be over the weekend. Software Engineer tweeted out that even though his wife had a better credit score than he did. The apple cart allowed him a much larger credit line and when he posted that others came forward and said the same thing happened to them including Steve Wozniak a founder of apple who said his wife with whom he shares credit cards bank accounts and assets had the same experience. No this is really happening opening. You could blame a computer. Algorithm but of course algorithms are created by human programmers and apple branded this card. But I think it's made possible by Wall Wall Street powerhouse. Goldman Sachs right so apple as we know is a tech company. But it's been working diversifying. You see that with the launch of Apple. TV TV moving into media and also with this car that builds on apple pay moving into the financial sector This could become a regulatory issue especially since the New York Work State Department of Financial Services said they'd be investigating this algorithm asks for Goldman Sachs. A spokesperson told The New York Times at the company couldn't comment publicly glee on individual customers but said that their evaluation process isn't based on factors like gender race age or sexual orientation. Erica thank you

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SWORD Places $7.1 Million Order for Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses

Mac OS Ken

02:20 min | 2 years ago

SWORD Places $7.1 Million Order for Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses

"State regulator later is looking into the way Goldman Sachs sets credit limits for Apple Card this after a few high profile incidents that seem to indicate discrimination according waiting to report from Bloomberg a string of posts from ruby on rails. Creator David Haina Meyer Hands and late last week called out applecart forgiving him twenty times times the credit limit that his wife got the issue cut a number of I is including those of Apple. Co Founder Steve. Wozniak was posted on twitter. The same thing happened to us. I got ten times the credit limit. We have no separate bank or credit card accounts or any separate assets hard to get to a human for correction. Yeah no it's big tack in Twenty Nineteen. How did this happen well? Hard to say exactly since we don't know exactly how such decisions are made. Decisions are being made not by people but by algorithms and you think math right mouth would seem to be totally impartial yet. The Bloomberg P. says in June the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee heard about examples of Algorithms decision making where researchers have found instances of bias targeting specific groups even when there was no intent to discriminate. Henson gets that lack of intent. uh-huh still sees the need for something to be done Goldman and apple or delegating credit assessment to a black box said Hanson. He went on to say. It's not a gender a discrimination intent but it is a gender discrimination outcome enter the Empire State Linda. Lacewell the Superintendent Brendan of the New York. Department of Financial Services quoted by Bloomberg is saying the department will be conducting the investigation to determine whether New York law was violated and and ensure all consumers are treated equally regardless of sex any algorithm that intentionally or not resulting discriminatory treatment of women or any other protected class of people violates New York Law for its part Goldman Sachs says it's credited decisions are based on a customer's credit worthiness and not on factors like gender race age sexual orientation or any other basis prohibited by law

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"T. dot EDU his name is in a year morning Tom Jonathan Lisa here's what's making news in science technology engineering and math apple at Goldman Sachs are caught up in a debate over whether lenders unintentionally discriminate when they use complex algorithms to determine credit ratings a Wall Street regulator has opened a probe into Goldman's credit card practices after a tweet from a tech entrepreneur alleged apple cards algorithms discriminated against his wife giving her a credit limit twenty times less than his another high profile apple card users calling for the government to get involved as well as apple's co founder Steve Wozniak Instagram is willing to pick up the tab for celebrity video production costs as long as they don't feel anything about politics according to a document obtained by Bloomberg anyone who gets Instagram money to produce content for the apt quote must not include content about social issues elections or politics and quote the clause has alarmed some influencers and creators have been approached about posting clips on Instagram IG T. V. and the justice department's top antitrust enforcers says data collection practices are racing competition concerns speaking on Friday the head of the DOJ's antitrust division said the department's paying close attention to the ways data can enhance market power and that amassing huge amounts of data can further entrench dominant companies at the expense of emerging competitors and that is this morning's Bloomberg NJ I. T. stem report I'm Nathan Hager Tom thanks so much for the things you need to know to start your day but you buy portfolio analyst powered by interactive brokers savvy investors they use portfolio analyst to create a sold it in view of their finances and check the health of their complete financial portfolio sign up for free of portfolio analyst dot com two things one is I guess right now one on one side of the pond one on the other let's start with Mr for us is a big deal he won contests certainly potty states the good news is that not to for AJ why be contesting Conservative Party states the bad news for conservatives yeah is they will be contesting the other seats to the conservatives do need to win them to get a substantial majority is a good news for labor is a good news for the Liberal Democrats I mean it clarifies things doesn't it it is a big debate on who is going to be good news for ultimately but at the moment standings mounts vote cable one twenty eight seventy six positive by eight tenths of one percent we take a white thing that they should make a noted how the conservatives get a majority that's your judgment call out there if you want to make it at the moment that provides a little bit more clarity on the direction of travel Peter king ones by sixty two percent two thousand sixteen two thousand eighteen anyone's by fifty three percent yeah and now he's retiring is retiring and this is really interesting because it means if that more likely the Republicans do not feel like they're gonna win back the house in twenty twenty there's been almost two dozen retirements by Republicans in the house over the past few years and it just sort of shows sort of pessimism here your the pessimism may be out there but the reality is it's a long way to go but you really wonder how many more retirees will follow on both Republican and Democrat at this amazed I look this up today and had to go Google has to share so you count them like they have been together five companies are seventeen percent of the standard and poor's five hundred John one percent of the companies are seventeen percent of the market cap you ended up the membership white six of the P. five hundred from listeners at a Microsoft at the top and a little more than four percent of the S. and P. five hundred and pulled just below with them and a little more than four and then Amazon coming in almost straight Facebook at almost two percent this is one reason why active managers have struggled to out perform even more so this year there is a statistic from bank of America saying the only twenty eight percent twenty nine percent of large cap actively managed mutual funds were beating benchmarks as of the end of October that's down from forty one percent in the first half and this comes as they get their calls on apple and Microsoft wrong since those have been the major drivers of all the games listen to those names Microsoft apple Amazon Facebook that the big white sings on the S. and P. five hundred if you look at the big white sings on the stoxx six hundred Europe financials is health care when people come on this program and talk about the valuation gap between Europe the United States there's a reason as a hospital on the S. and P. five hundred is that it Kirstie putting that's a hockey stick I thought well over three standard deviations now on the three month tends to spread is well in the end I I'm gonna saris predictive as well and I wonder what it means for the for the rate cut modeled the rate cut ballet you don't allow yourself that spreads negative fifty one basis points and now three months versus ten snow without also they've positive thirty eight yeah I think that there's a big question hanging over the market how much is this a bet on true reflection on on really a resurgence in inflation expectations of how much is this a technical regenerating a sort of over shoot in the past I think that that's the question facing a lot of investment answers today no return to what matters which is the simple stuff this means I bow out of the home builders said do jets and I said no this is the one time when they're going to do the Victoria's jets man city it did the day him ball the beginning do you realize there we go I think you did I think it did not so I couldn't tell and has to be some Liverpool fans the Brian I think that was a handful I think my so from listeners and they didn't see the game there was a little passage of play run before Liverpool school the first cow and it looked like a Liverpool hand bowl Manchester city should have had a penalty didn't get one Liverpool went down the other end and scored the counterattack other sports over the counter attacking in the poll was phenomenal yeah it was so clinical it was ready ready impressive a walk in I'm Lister Lester is like the last number two that's the second in the league and that's very cool I mean they come out of the of the horrific helicopter crash our John McWethy very happy 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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the world of business we say good morning to Joe Doniger live at the Bloomberg news desk charity biasing credit card algorithms that question is coming up now after a Wall Street regulator has opened an investigation into Goldman Sachs credit card practices that involve the apple cart the tech entrepreneur had tweeted after the apple cart gave him twenty times the credit limit given his wife the tweets went viral then apple co founder Steve Wozniak tweeted the same thing happened to him and his wife he says he got ten times the credit limit but he says the couple does not have separate bank credit card accounts or assets the CEO of another top Wall Street firm agrees income inequality is a huge problem Jamie Dimon telling sixty minutes the rich have been getting richer too much in too many ways he says but he isn't taking issue with one of those ways pay rates for top CEOs like himself says the board said his compensation and he has nothing to do with it on Wall Street investors are watching China for trade news the violence in Hong Kong as well as in P. futures down eleven nasdaq futures thirty seven Dow futures falling a hundred twelve points why would the Bloomberg business report on Joan Doniger on newsradio twelve hundred W. away on thank you Joan breaking news on the hour at the hop in anytime at W. away I dot com brought to you by comfort air engineering now traffic and weather together from the exterior siding windows doors and more traffic center still pretty good news on the roadways no accidents reported no overnight construction as well on I. ten east and westbound between sixteen oh four and the Y. downtown traffic going at the posted speed for ten east and westbound between one fifty one and thirty five is going to be delay free as well see a traffic problem.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Animals until next time for me Deborah. let's talk everyone on demand only on live radio dot com. let's talk fast. live radio dot com hi this is Steve Wozniak I would love to invite you to listen to live radio. welcome to get positive results on pet life radio I'm your host UT Anderson. do you ever had a trainer come to your home maybe you had a problem with your dog that I was jumping or dragging down the street or had threatened to become aggressive or had become aggressive with your family members or guests to your home the trainer said we need to institute the good management program well today I'm promoting you to management the management is not the sexiest term in dog training lingo it's not something that people always aspire to I wish that I could still a really good management plan in my household for my dog behavior problems that's not exactly the reception we get when we talk about being different plants but their souls so important and I will tell you why when we come back so stay tuned to get positive results on pet life radio. we'll be right back right after these messages stay tuned. it's hard to find time for your furry family member that's where can comes in all they play an overnight camp day care reporting for dogs everything is included large play areas for fun and exercise spacious cabins come because even live camper cams to watch from a computer or smartphone camp out well offers the best care and is the place to go where a dog can be a dollar for locations and more information this camp by well dot com. let's start on life radio dot com. welcome back to get positive results and cut life radio I'm your.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hear from all you guys also like your memory on Facebook follow grooming by Rudy on Instagram and Twitter it has been an absolute pleasure as always take care of themselves and your let's talk fast every week on demand only on life radio dot com. let's talk fast. live radio dot com hi this is Steve Wozniak I would love to invite you to listen to live radio. hello and welcome to six figure dog business on that like radio dot com I am your host tight brown hi the dog died. and this is the show where we help you start or grow your pet related dog related business to a healthy six figures per year or more income not today I'm going to be the spelling I met the myth is this you've been told that you need to pinch pennies you've been told that you need to find the cheapest option on things you've been told that you need to bargain shop you've been told that you need to figure out the most cost effective ways to do things in your business and you've been lied to if you're going to grow your business you need to be trying to figure out how to actually spend more how to pay more for the same service don't believe me I'm gonna prove it to you to stay right with me. does your dog itch scratch stinker shed like crazy come to divert for help order a ninety day supply of dine invite dina fight for life two tubes of dogs sides get the third to be free peppermint tea tree lavender Douglas said shampoo made with all natural coconut jojoba aloe great for healthy skin and soft shiny coats but no it you harsh chemicals lather up rinse away tried are the sides buy two get one free at dynamite dot com M. L. B. I. T. back..

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Even Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Big Tech has gotten too big

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Even Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Big Tech has gotten too big

"Apple co founder Steve Wozniak says big tech is too big and even apple should have split up a long time ago he spoke to Bloomberg television about the antitrust scrutiny the major tech players are coming under lately I'm pretty much in favor of looking into splitting up companies I mean I wish apple on its own had split up a long time ago and spun off independent divisions to faraway places somewhat them think independently I think that big tech is gone too big it's too powerful force in our life and it's taken our choices away mostly I suggested big tech can turn into a big trap competition forces a company make good products and be the best at it and not just say we've got you trapped the apple co founder was a guest on Bloomberg

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: Get off Facebook

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: Get off Facebook

"Sure apple co founder Steve Wozniak says you should get off Facebook because he says there is almost zero way to stop companies from spying on your habits the apple co founder made the comments to TMZ he said most people today I think that they have a level of privacy that day actually really don't and he said these companies are really gives using your information in ways that could be violating your privacy something you should be

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First Apple Computer Heads to Auction

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

First Apple Computer Heads to Auction

"A rare apple one computer made by Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak in nineteen seventy six could bring up in up to six hundred thirty thousand dollars at Christie's online auction later this month that computer still in working condition is accompanied by a group of apple related artifacts, including the first manual ever issued. What began in nineteen seventy six as an attempt by jobs and Wozniak to build a microprocessor became the first PC. They originally built two hundred apple when computers eighty

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So. I'm gonna see if I can talk keynote on negotiating letter. So so a lot of talk to us about your vet. 'cause this is pretty cool. Yeah. Plus industry-leading speakers and such and. It's it's fantastic, which he hasn't done their talk a little bit about it. Yes. So we CIs is a mainstream focused to educate people on the crypto currency in blockchain space. We have a lot of really great speakers last year. We had. Steve Wozniak, come and talk. We've had Robert spectrum shark tank ta and then we have all these people from within the industry talk as well. And we even have tracks for security tokens tracks for people were developing in the space, and we and now we added the day before the event is separate event called security token summit, which is a one day industry focused event at the Ritz Carlton hotel across the street from the convention center for sort of like, the industry insiders and institutions who wanna play in the security token space. So it's a really the jam packed week. It's a lot of fun. One of your previous guests fin cross actually just came on board as a title sponsor for the event. We're really really happy. Couples. So so when when is this a good place for businesses to go, there seeking capital is this is this a dealer is this really for investors that want to learn about it or are you to have pitches there and everything and talk about what what people can expect their. Yeah. All of the above. So we have a stage on our expo floor where your company's common the pitch. It's partly exposure to the investors at the event, partly so that they can work through the kinks of their pitches and things like that. But we also videotape it professionally so that they can then take that those videos and share it with investors, and we have a very large investor audience center from the event as well just to get six thousand people to come to the convention center. We have to have an Email list around one hundred fifty thousand people so we then share those those pitches with with that group. And so definitely for companies who want to raise money who want to learn about the space, especially in an investors. Wants to seek accompanies and learn about the space. It's a really good place to do it. It's it's it's crypto invest summit. Of course, they're having keynotes fireside, chats and panels coming up along. Cis dot I believe is the website or crypto invest summit dot com. He also talked to us about about the dates, and and the agenda as as better better data go. There you go there the whole time or has it Gordon suggest. If you're if you're already sort of all in on the space, I think security token summit would be a good addition before you're on on April eight, but just learning and you want to get educated, and you want to be in sort of the the industry expo type of conference, right? It's it's sort of chaos and craziness and speed dating of meeting. Tons of people. Cis probably makes more sense. That's April ninth and tenth. And and yeah, like, you said CIs dot L A, you'll get all the information or connect with me on linked in. And and I will inundated with information on the space. Okay. Perfect..

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This is what truly creative people have in common

The Frankie Boyer Show

05:14 min | 3 years ago

This is what truly creative people have in common

"I'm always fascinated by creative souls. You know, I I think that there's something very special about creative people. And I guess Allen Canada's too because he's the founder and CEO of track. Maven a software analytics firm whose clients have included Microsoft Mary at Saks Fifth Avenue. Home depot. Aetna, Honda and on and on. He's also been on the thirty under thirty list for both Incan Forbes and his new book is out. It's called the creative curve and Allen had the opportunity to look at some of the most creative people that we know in our in our culture right now to find out what makes them tick. And it includes interviews with so many in Alan, welcome. Congratulations on this book. Thanks for having me. So how many people did you interview for this book? So here you twenty five people and everyone from Patrick and Paul songwriting duo behind. Do you have an ad LaLa land and the greatest showman. Two Michelin star chefs billionaire sort of everything you could imagine in between. Wow. What was there a thread that every single one of them had? And by the way, don't forget the flavor team at Ben and Jerry's. Who are all surprisingly skinny that's kind of shocking. Joe one of the thread thought was so interesting was that we think of creativity in this way where it's almost inaccessible. But the things that these people do to be extraordinary is really the ordinary people who do something extra book. It's all about that extra. What is it that they do there's a couple of keeping found one of them? But it's all over and over again, creative are also some of the biggest consumers of their field. You know, we think about consumption is almost. Creativity right consumers consume craters create. But actually, he's really great creative. One of the things they do go very deep in their vertical consume everything. Oh, I lost. You did. We lose him. Just my feet. He's not talking though. Right allen. Are you there? We have to get him back. Hopefully, we can get Alan back. He was saying consumption. So he explores how the science behind the why consumption of information can provide your own flashes of genius. And then imitation. This is an interesting one. I wish you were with us to talk a little bit about this. But imitation creatives have to find a way to add just the perfect amount of novelty to do this. They engage in something that may seem surprising surprising invitation. He said they also have creative communities and Alan shows. How building a community? Oh, alan. I'm just reading some of the different initiatives that the threads of imitation creative communities. Yeah. To what are the things? That's so interesting is that. Yeah. You think of creative of these solo geniuses, but actually the best creatives work within community, Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak had multiple employees from day one. And so we have that they'd be as creative as doing it all them cells dangerous because the best creative self aware about their weaknesses, and they go, and they find other people who can support the better. So alan. You you say in this in this new book of yours sat. These are. So there's a sense of community. There's an opportunity to see what's been successful for mothers by imitation. Their ferocious can can they are ferocious with your consumption. What's the what's the last piece that you? That. They don't understand that. They're not. They're not going to a writer's cabin and writing the book. You hear stories like that? But the vast majority of creatives go through this laborious process, if it's a book of its rewriting the song, it's constantly refining and refining chefs who were on menu stand up comedian to work out their jokes for months and months. So we have this idea is creativity at very linear better reality, create anything. But in the best creativity comes from that refinement, and from that editing getting it to beat at right idea at the right time for the audience by getting in front of people getting that feedback not creating within evacuate.

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"steve wozniak" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"steve wozniak" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Upgrade the sensors upgrade, maybe plastic parts to metal parts. I I think that's a lot easier to move up like that than it is to take a really expensive robot. I mean, you're not gonna take Boston dynamics. Atlas just say, oh, we'll just throw some smaller Motors in there. You know? It's just it's not gonna work like the robot just won't work after that. So I think there's a practical element to that. You can also ask, you know, why wasn't it? I m that was that the think they did pretty well. But why aren't they at the forefront of the personal computer revolution? You know? I think it was Steve Wozniak. Went to HP ten times saying here's the apple to design or the apple one designed like, please take it, and they just ignored him. And then he went off started the company in you know, the rest is history. You know, what why didn't they take that? They had that opportunity right there in front of them. And you know, the big guys with a lot of money. I mean, first of all I can't build a high end expensive robot because I don't even have the money to like even build a prototype for a half million dollar robot. So I can't go up. They could go down the market, but they're going to see the same thing that HP saw was Steve Wozniak, which is this is a tiny market. You know, we're going to invest a couple million bucks into this market. That may be is only a couple of hundred grand a year that doesn't make any sense. But I talked about the really the true innovation of the company is just purely marketing where I see this market as something that's going to be growing at a tremendous rate over. For the next ten years. And I believe that to be true. But the big companies either don't see that or they don't believe it to be true. So that's probably why the big players. Don't don't come down the market play in the space that I do because it just doesn't make sense. I want to know about your psychology as you've been building this company because I've seen these videos if you just hacking in your rented storefront space, and it's it's kind of epic. I mean, you're just building a human sized robot by yourself. And I mean, I've I've been recording podcast by myself for for a while. And you know, the early days in particular were a little bit psychologically stressful because I was just learning how to do this thing that I didn't really know how to do. And that was just a podcast and you're doing a robot. Can you take me through some of the the psychological challenges, and how you've overcome them, and what your state of mind is today? Yeah. You know with any startup. I'm sure you've experienced the you have times where you're just to the moon as far as things are going incredible. You're just on cloud nine then on the other end, you you have days where it's just tremendously. You know, discouraging. You know, you're asking yourself, you know, is this gonna work? So I've definitely had a whole bunch of days like that. I mean at this point I've had those experiences, and it continues to work out one way or another. So I I do still to this day have have days where I come in. And just looking at the robots being like this kind of the craziest startup idea. And I don't know how this is gonna work. But you know, every time I've said that it's worked out one way or another. So, you know, I'm just assuming the trains going to keep going and another huge motivating factor is that there doesn't seem to be anybody else. That's working on this. Problem. There doesn't seem to be anybody else. That believes the kind of things that I believe about how the future of robotics is gonna play out in the kinds of robots that we can build today in the kinds of robots that we need to build today. There's nobody working on these sorts of. I mean, there's no nobody building the kind of products that I I I'm envisioning that I'm building today. So, you know, if I gave up, you know, really the easier route would be just to give up go get a normal job. You know life gets a lot easier..

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Ohio State's Ryan Day adjusting to head coaching role

Woody and Company

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Ohio State's Ryan Day adjusting to head coaching role

"After weeks of new surrounding the Ohio. State football program not related to football the buckeyes, are finally preparing for a game this week co offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan days taking over his head coach urban Meyer stead day says the team has talked about the. Situation surrounding. The program I understand, there's been a lot of. Pain, and stress for a lot of people surrounding the last few weeks and our program, has been working hard our coaches and team have been working hard during that time. To get ready. For the season to. Prepare for the season Myers been, suspended for three games for his alleged knowledge of a domestic violence incident from. Twenty fifteen involving a, former assistant coach Ohio State hosts Oregon state's open their, twenty eighteen college, football season this

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Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

America's Morning News

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

"US agricultural officials say Colorado-based Cargill meat solutions is recalling more than twenty five thousand pounds. Of ground beef that might be contaminated with e. coli the recall notice says. The meat was shipped to warehouses in. California and Colorado it's labeled XL 93.7 fine ground beef it. Was, produced August sixteen with an expiration date of September fifth there have. Been no reports of illness due to eating,

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ABC, Dave Schreiber and Apple discussed on Lutheran Hour

Lutheran Hour

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

ABC, Dave Schreiber and Apple discussed on Lutheran Hour

"Detained Colorado based Cargill meat solutions is recalling ground beef that it says could be contaminated with. E. coli the recall covers meat labeled XFL 93.7 fond grind, ground beef whether September fifth, expiration date the company says grocery chains affected by the recall include Safeway albertsons pack and save. In Vons the stores are located in, northern, California, Colorado Nebraska, northern Nevada, New Mexico South Dakota. And Wyoming no illnesses have. Been

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Apple, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs discussed on Mighty House Echo Show

Mighty House Echo Show

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Apple, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs discussed on Mighty House Echo Show

"Month. The apple one computer is one of only sixty or so remaining of the original two hundred that were designed and built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in one. Thousand nine. Hundred seventy six and nineteen seventy seven it was restored by. An apple expert and, even includes the original keyboard it'll be sold next. Month by Boston based our auction the computer is expected to fetch as. Much as three hundred thousand dollars or more the original apple one sold for about six hundred sixty six dollars apple is now a trillion. Dollar company I'm Carey

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Korean Government, Elvis Presley and Washington discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Korean Government, Elvis Presley and Washington discussed on 24 Hour News

"President trump calls it a witch hunt i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute president trump while deciding how to respond to an alleged chemical attack on civilians in syria denounced the special counsel and federal prosecutors who authorized a raid on his lawyer's offices that's a disgrace it's frankly a real disgrace say an attack on our country michael cohen has been an ardent defender in trump's businesses his personal and political affairs for more than a decade the trump administration's announcing new rules for insurance marketplaces under the affordable care act consumer advocates say this could whittle away at coverage for people have serious health problems facebook ceo set to testify about user's privacy before congress while apple cofounder steve wozniak says he's dropping facebook buys all the houses around his and all the lots around houston i own privacy knows the value of it but he's not looking after mine stocks closed higher the dow gained forty six points i'm jackie quinn north korea's told the us kim jong hoon is ready to discuss his nuclear program with president trump as the ap sagar meghani reports invitation came directly from shaun king rather than from third countries like south korea the trump administration has long said after korea was not ready to discuss the giving up its nuclear program there was no reason for the two countries to talk the confirmation kim jong un is ready to discuss it boosts the likelihood an unprecedented summit will actually happen president trump caught his own administration off guard this year when he accepted kim's offer to meet the administration though has not said where or when a meeting would take place the north korean government has not said anything publicly about a meeting saga megani washington a new warts and all documentary about elvis presley is coming to hbo ex wife priscilla presley's has the dock doesn't shy away from his drug use addicted i don't think anyone who's on drugs think they're addicted and they can offer quickly or just get off the.

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Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account

"Three big things you need to know on news ninety six five wd here this morning apple's co founder steve wozniak shutting down his facebook account as the social media giant facebook struggles to cope with their worst privacy crisis in history the was rights apple makes money off of good products not off of you by the way speaking about people who do make good products good money on you that guy mark zuckerberg has is on capitol hill today to schmooze lawmakers adam his testimony tomorrow sucker berg will be grilled by two congressional committees tomorrow why our top story this morning it's breaking news it's official our very own governor rick scott will be running for the united states senate republican governor will run against kurt senator bill nelson in what is considered a highly anticipated and could be pricey election president trump has in backing scott to run and his formal campaign announcement is just hours away right here rick scott runs for the senate do we can't let it is scott has never run for office and cannot run again for governor due to turn limits however the president and potentially many other floridians are rooting for him to honor what he is expected to do which is criticized quote career politicians and call for members of congress to have term limits i'm daniel vargas let us know which candidate you are in favor of using the open mic feature in the news ninety six point five wdbo app governor scott's nouncement is expected at ten o'clock we will carry that live coming up we've got a wet start to your workweek the details are next on orlando's morning news this is clark howard i'm the guy who helps you keep more of the money you make you're listening to the eight a m expanded newsfeed on news ninety six five wdbo i'm kidding news meteorologist brian shields high today on eighty six coming up we're tracking a much higher chance of rain and storms allies on.

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Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account

Colorado's Morning News

01:07 min | 4 years ago

Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account

"And this is a key wait for the social network facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg is getting ready for what could be to contentious days before congress to explain why it took so long for the company to take seriously word of russian use of the site to spread misinformation during the election campaign and now facebook trying to explain how the data of eighty seven million users got out without permission that has apple co founder steve wozniak saying he's done he's leaving a social network because of what he says is companies carelessness with private user data as presidential tweets go so goes the stock market it seems friday we saw a volatile week close out with losses of more than two percent across the board now today investors may claw back some of that one day loss after president trump tweeted he feels the us and china can work things out trade wise s and p futures are up nineteen points nasdaq futures up sixty dow futures adding one hundred ninety two points i'm joan doniger coming up on colorado's morning news fight club that could be just the movie may be happening at a middle school in inglewood we'll tell you more about that story coming up just after five thirty.

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