17 Burst results for "Technophobia"
"technophobia" Discussed on VCR Podcast
"I mean otherwise all quickly unless unless you have anything to say now that you're back because you obviously we were having a lot of freezing. I i just think of. Let's get some more proper representation and actually make some memorable characters who aren't just That you said that. So i'm gonna go over a few that we missed because i have the list right here. Technically not one hundred percent black half blog she. She's black end with asian descent. Alex fans from half life two. That's i'm going to horribly this abilene two grand prix of assassin's creed liberation first. Black female assassin obviously baird five seven. That goes without saying anything cheryl down here obviously. Cj and big smoke and similar jehovah's an officer ten penny. i think was his name in san andreas. But those ones are weird. Because you don't want to give them that much because they are kind of technically in a way. I guess stereotyped roles but regardless yes sire axe for modal combat. We also missed upon. That's mortal kombat character coach and lewis from left for dead. Just just for the fun of them. I with the with the fighting game characters like cyrus like jackson. Jackie briggs. i find a lot. They're not they're like side characters almost in the fighting room characters like nobody's technophobia main. They're all like there's your main is where all every characters is. Unless you're looking now i think he's i think he's fucking boring now now. Now that i'm older. Mike at like i've ever played as a kid It's funny but after a while you're like okay. That's it was looking. He's very easy to use a lot of people. choose them anyway. david anderson of mass effect. He was played by keith. David and that was. He was a fucking role in that. Keep scrolling here was prominent record. Oh yeah he was. He was what he he was a. He was like a cat. Lers cabinet early general or something of that and then he became like if you chose so. He became the human representative of the entire species in space government. So he could be a big deal. I don't agree with this being on the list but friend from final fantasy twelve is in there. She's not even human. That doesn't count. let's see. I'm trying to avoid like every fighting game character because again that'd be too easy. A fighting game characters in the dolan really go at a prominent role in like a story based adventure. Lincoln clay in mafia three. That was a big one or the mafia games though all. I haven't played the the original now. The definitive editions. I'm waiting for that. To drop in price to fucking amazing and then three is probably like a seven ten..
"technophobia" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Go to a tweet from our good buddy. Techno fog here who we love techno fog on twitter. Put this out. I gotta had a hat tip off because he always does great work to get stuff all over my desk here. You got that tweet technophobe technophobia. FBI Agent Joe Bianco go who lied to the Fisa Court later interviewed. Flynn was promoted and moved to the San Francisco area after the FBI learned of serious problems in his FIS application. This is interesting the San Francisco. FBI field office has since scrubbed him from their site. You can see the screen grabs below on Youtube. He was on their site. Joe Bianca Hakka then when they found out that people are going to look into Bianca all of a sudden he disappears from the San Francisco. Joe Bianca far away from DC. Where do we go terrorist? Risk do we as I said you listen. Do we have a base on Jupiter maybe Neptune the FBI resident agency on Neptune put their give give them a spacesuit and astronaut outfit the field thing give him a little like lunar shuttle from one of the moons of Jupiter how far from from DC. Can we get I got an idea. Let's send in the San Francisco which unfortunately due to liberalism is like a planet in of itself these days a planet of human waste. That's balled up into itself really. They've liberals have decimated that place that wants beautiful city Canada over to San Francisco and all of a sudden it disappears from the website. To why you mean the Guy who interviewed Flynn may have written a summary of the interview indicating Flynn wasn't lying. That may have been edited to say otherwise all of a sudden the FBI needs to hide him. Well Joe may be peon go go again. WHO's SSI one in the report? According to media outlets maybe Bianca has other information show that Flynn was definitely working with the Russian. So we've really had to go get him. You know they write her well..
"technophobia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That's what we need to address was a sad before anybody thought about Of course we talk about it so Okay now but Addressing, those issues but but of. Course. I am okay and why don't you know that, I'm, asking you hey you'll find out and I, just? Told. You. Right, right So you have. To keep asking me about that I'm asking because not, everybody, knows pastor I'm everybody's listening. To. You from coast to coast what you Stafford they'll, try, to hang on now I'm trying to hang, with, you Accused me. And not being black just. Because I'm not buying into the rhetoric Address Shame to be black. Guys this is. Ridiculous, okay, pastor I'm looking forward to meeting you at this. Rally I would like to give everybody the, routes where are they starting We we go to meet people can. Afford it go ahead The press. Conference, to people can meet, your a lot of. Foreign staffing Fail modern lake shore drive or clock to you Block off the entire lakeshore. Drive, northbound, both. Sides maybe the southbound as well oh jeez Then we're going to go up to Bill might ramp over to build, my own Bill and then make a right. On. Clark and go north on Clark street both sides, and go up to Wrigley. Field, okay All. Right Clark to. Wrigley field how long is that route you better bring your. Walking shoes you better. Be ready. Big flavors flavors was. Ten blocks. Thirteen. Blocks. Ooh okay. That's unlucky number. Thirteen pastor but you? Know what I, skated, them hey. Since no I don't believe in that kind. Of stuff And I. Don't. Believe. In luck. Dug a triggered. Technophobia is it's ridic-? Right the fear, of, the number. Thirteen oh I don't believe in that okay I can't say I don't know what to say I. Can't say good luck on the March again in my opinion what do I know I'm just a grandma right around my, minivan in the western suburbs I don't think this is the way to get? Sympathy or to get help or. Whatever, I would go to city. Hall Looking for sympathy. Or just taking power okay power corruption and we are taking power the people are rising. Up after an historic really quick Nobody wants, to. Talk to you I'm going to interrupt. You, I want to get this caller. In. Hey Jim from south Elgin you're talking to pastor. Greg, Livingston, welcome, to the Stephanie trussell show. Hey the fastest hour at three o'clock yes it is Reverend you should listen to seventy 'cause you're directing your, your anger, at. The walk, people, what you should do you should. Insist that the problem politicians. Quit raising taxes quick causing things so, it's, connected, entry level jobs, you know people in, Indiana. Kids can work there because of the. Business, are tested us you know Chicago. So, sorry Jim When I are you okay I am sorry Jim I forgot I forgot he was on on on. The phone and then when I hit to connect you, Jim I disconnected. Him I'm so sorry well I, wanna take a little pastor. Do you have a couple of minutes can you stay over, if I, take. A quick, break Oh? I know you had a press conference in all day Okay I got, a couple of okay well, we're gonna, take, a quick. Break so we went to five nine one eight nine hundred you have a couple of people that want to talk to you and we're talking to the pastor that plans on shutting. Down lakeshore drive this coming August to disrupt the cubs game. Those people didn't do nothing? Till, you back right after this are you tired of working Let.
"technophobia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mean he played catch yeah they'll play catch I'm sorry Is that, the wrong word I one of the striking things when people, are parking sodium. Is when people may appear unable to initiate any action they can reciprocate and if you suddenly, throw a ball to. Some of, the even if they appear absolutely, Folsom they will catch it and often, I demonstrate this to the students I would usually have seventy. Eight students and we would usually sit in a semicircle around the patient so, history would be, in her chair with a semi circle of students facing and she was she was so quick. And. The ball came back and hit the student, on his throwing hand wow so the guy throws. The bullet has to she catches the ball and throws it back before he's even put his hand back in place just, so how many times faster is history. Moving than the student and well let me put it in, general terms her reaction time is, a tenth of a? Second or less. And, usually the best. Reaction times Of Olympic athletes is about a seven from the. Second in how the ball came back very fast and I would say to slow down you're too quick for them why, do to count up to ten pause. Before you throw the ball back count up to ten she's, still a very speedy mode okay I'm the ball would come back scarce, this law. And I would say I asked you, to count up to ten. And a voice which I really can't imitate but this is the crushed voice technical tem technophobia Beffa. Speech the crushed voice of extreme. Parkinson's I come speak quick enough of that in her brain which, she thinking that she was, giving normal speech she was no. More conscious, of her speed, the mound was of his slowness So Myron has somehow slipped into whale timer ternal time because of the disease which sent Hester in the opposite direction into kind of hummingbird tempo and do you think there's a limit to this how fast she can go or how slowly they must be like some kind. Of physical limits if she wanted, to say twenty thousand words. In the second and could even get her brain. To do so her mouth wouldn't work that? Tongue wouldn't work that fast so there's constraints like gravity energy the nature of your body so there we. Are about the rest of us what kind. Of range is available to you I am not sure that such magical slowing so speeding's occur in the rest of us except perhaps in very unusual circumstances perhaps in sports and in situations of of mortal danger people. Who are in the zone they, may give descriptions of what. Appears to be a baseball comes towards one hundred. Miles an hour but some batters batters okay The people at that okay but people act. That may say that the ball seemed to come to them more slowly and, they could see the seams on the ball in the, zone Robert I just so happened to have something here which is a perfect illustration. Of what he's talking about except it's not baseball, has to do with. Track Good Here's the short excerpt when I'm, up they call my. Name I step up on the runway usually just Relax You are the best, plant and I don't think anything else after. That I want that generally come, in when he says one of the Mark Only, got ten seconds at were nine seconds at at that point you know But. If this, pumping pumping pumping pumping they say take your Mark when I'm exhausted you know once I get in, the blacks I don't wanna be I wanna be on fire at that moment so I'm like, I'm rhythm really temperatures fifteen. Degrees fifty degrees embodies warmed up sitting in the blogs. And like Kohl any in any phrase me I'll. Even feel no cold 'cause I got. So much drilling going through my body I'm just ready to put. It to him today put everybody in, if you're, not ready it doesn't matter at. This point, because you have to be rigged And when he says set sick Google All you got Just. Take it up hold on Go feel the strength. That slowdown not gonna come behind they go get this listening into into listen, to the whole..
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Is the first quite because things cannot be stopped you don't interest permission and noone noone any substances including technical and even even legal could stop you from doing that i mean you could put yourself in a bad situation chore in china because now in new mexican channel can do script but basically she wanna do it you can do it so so that's i think the first thing on the reason it matters is because from the moment you don't need to ask permission you creating a whole new set of possibilities that are not possible before and you are giving power to people that not power we are living in comfortable countries where we have a rather with all its problems stable economies but she will countries like for example venezuela argentina or some countries in africa even some countries in asia they're very unreliable political any clinical system their banking system has completely failed their inflation is completing the roof and they're monitoring system is just unusable unreliable so quick to for them is not just a decoration something nice to think about it's really it's become the attorneys to what they need for their economy so no one can stop them from using that and that important staff no matter how much government can be repressive amish organization wants to stop you cannot stop that so so the taxi driver next time you see it should understand that is not just a set of database and rules but that really enabling to the giving back power to people who need them very cool all right so you're working on codename django right is there anywhere else where people can find out what you've been working on so far too much because trying to keep to keep a low profile until we come out but i think the best way to know what i think about on krypton pretty vocal about it either on twitter at in always inertia can show notes real on and also on medium where i write from time to time it's also megan under some slash at real high very cool thanks for joining us on technophobia i'm john biggs we will see you next week technophobia.
"technophobia" Discussed on Women in Business
"Websites are actually working to generate leads versus just being you know a pretty thing that talks about yourself so all of these things they are new they are technology based for the most part but the bottom line is if it's not if it's not producing a measurable results result for you it's probably not going in the right direction and i think that's you know i think that's something that everybody in no matter what business they're in should be should be cognizant that in some way or another you're there to make your your customers lives either easier or more profitable while that's true and being a smaller agency you can turn on a dime which is really important and especially in today's world you have to respond almost immediately so you know i wrote an article in my blog about this this week as a matter of fact and i talked about how i was going through some old programs of mine when i was speaking from nineteen eighty five to nineteen ninety i did those happen to be the programs that i was pulling out of this box that i had and i was the only woman speaker out of all the men i mean there were all male speakers and i thought well i'm a pioneer and yet it's interesting because then i went on to say how being technophobia has really limited me in my growth now so has been a woman let you excel in your field or limit you in your field tell us a little bit about that yeah i think sometimes both right.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
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"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"We're still in the early days with this or trying to make it better and i've i've got a number of things i think that that are bright and our future that probably won't really be ready for another year or several years for example the lightning network is something i think is really interesting but its there are still highly developing it it it has a lot of potential and that there's so many different ways that this could go i don't i don't know what the final but the final form of bitcoin will be but i think as long as it remains strong and and keeps it's it's history of of being censorship resistance and decentralised and that's the most important thing and then we can try to build these other features like scale ability and faster throughput faster confirmation and the ability to do micro payments easier serb so we should all be bullish on the continent i certainly am visit as a as a future as a fugitive eric very cool so sent where can people find out a a little bit but a little bit more about what you're working on also i'm a software engineer at bit go b i t o dot com aware a multi signature while that we power lot of the bitcoin exchanges i'd do the occasional blog post on coin desk dot com and i'm an avid tweeter and my twitter handle is lop l o p p vertical all right thank you very much this has been technophobia i'm john biggs we will see you next week thanks.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"We're going to technophobia i'm john biggs and today we have james in law he's a bitcoin enthusiast and programmer and you're going to tell us about the future block chain and how things are going to be amazing right i sure hope so okay so so as as you may not know we're focused primarily on how things are not going to suck in the future so if there's any there's any thing that you think it's gonna suck you might as we'll talk about it now that we've got away yeah well you know we've a lot of us her in the bitcoin and blockchain's space uh who got into it earlier did so infer philosophical on ideological reasons and so there there are a lot of great ambitions of what we think that this technology can allow us to accomplish it's been really interesting over the past couple of years you know seeing how some of the different viewpoints of people in the system have have caused us to bought heads and i guess the long story short is a i think the there's always going to be politics regardless of what the technologies okay well let's start let's turn out a little bit more slowly so let's talk a little bit about blockchain's generally as a as a tool because let's assume that uh let's assume that that the audience has heard about it but they don't quite understand what's going on so what are what are we talking about right now share so uh the black shane is basically a a new type of data structure database if you will which is a way for us to to have a new type of ledger uh that let you keep track of things to be as generic as possible and the real difference with the blockchain's verses any of the legers that have been used for northrop throughout human history is that now we have a way for it to be immutable and basically prove ably unchain.
"technophobia" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare
"And they will ask a question back are you seen glisters on your summer they don't know crown so the council much more interactive in conversation on content needs to reflect so that sorta thus practice answer there's technical realities of these technologies that also need to be addressed noise in the room the type of two vice itself that user might interacting with a lot of people have smartphones and you can interact with these lists assistance or your smartphone they don't have the same quality of microphones that you see in some of these new devices like the amazon echo is anybody who's worked with something like siri will know that kind of be right up front in close who your microphone your ocoee to siri we expect these technologies to continue to improve in the meantime they're just simple realities in what we're seeing which is sort of interesting is that the technology counted is starting to train us on even when voice who pupil are learning to finally know how to wake up your voice assistant by saying her name on echo or alexa and um in that that training is human happening with some uh older populations who might otherwise be technophobia can not willing to use on others smart onto tablets i was kinda like when we first got smartphones neon to learn to use the touchscreen swiped round uh we've eventually know most people initially khan wearing how to interact with their smartphone through this new interface they're seen a little bit of given tate when it comes to working with these new voice assistance now that brings up a good point made of plastic video recently with a young person i think uh four or five year old and they were handed a gameboy uh and i think a dating myself by sang getting a gameboy for my grandfather was like this amazing gift in the video show the child hitting screen and then looking up at the parent confused like why does it my finger do the thing that i needs to seeing this thing ninety abaza's reinstate it on my day somebody hold on i don't know if this is impossible story but somebody some kid young child holding a newspaper in trying to touch it the dinner a health.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back to take the dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have stephanie lee she's the cofounder of mystery vibe this is tech the tokyo took the bill brought to you by happy fun core upi front what was the design vivid technology company in brooklyn new york the specialize building mobile and locations for startups important 500 whether it's a new mobile a web of the and that will help people experience the inner than a fund new way for software that interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun core is always the bigger small but were blood building software in love with some build with them having fun dot com welcome back to technophobia podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today the we have a stephanie ali she's the cofounder of mystery why welcome stephanie thank you so much for having me yes a super so we really have any have any people with accents on the show so it's very exciting for me and my british accent i have my my ohio slush brooklyn accent that i use it's one of the things that i i pride myself on uh i love amac an accident there that's great because so because we hate them we prefer to be which hugh grant or whatever all right so why don't you so this this thing is called mystery vibe off in following you guys for it seems like a decade now but why don't you tell fox which you're working on i think you actually write the fest piece the press that we had which has been to think their mystery vibe it's a he kebe company we design develop and manufacture luxury pleasure product sir tier two anyone else that would be a smart vibrator.
"technophobia" Discussed on Business Daily
"Hello i'm on i sat across south welcome to business daily from the bbc coming up one hour smartphones doing to us and our children you'd say the signs of kind of addiction wrangler verve a little fits of anger and you're a nice children tournant little beasts who only want to be on their phones were playing video game one parent's accounts of the horrors of hyper connectivity we'll also hear from an expert and what kids have to say about his whole what would happen if by all the phones went won't vote would help and then people would be loss fleeing each other more would nepotism and why crossing a road with a smartphone in hawaii could land you with a fine that's all here on business daily from the bbc worries about the whooping effective technology on nothing new new music playing video games even reading books oh going to the cinema at some point or other they've all been presented threatening to a thority bad for social relationships even likely to tempt people to sinn i'll smartphones any different or is the enzyme pti around them simply a case of technophobia will come to that in just a moment first though let's hear from tim fawn him he's a parent in the state of colorado in america he became so worried about his children's smart from use that he started a movement to ban this sale to under thirteen unfortunately rumor my ex wife for in our we're going through divorce and separation so it kinda became mom who can be the better pair give a most towards the precludes unfortunately that's going to howard.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back to take the dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have rob he's a novelist and former hightech ceo this is tech the tokyo technophobia is brought to you by happy fun corp happy fun corp is designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune 500 companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet and a fund new way or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun corp loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back to taking toby a podcast a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have novelist rob read and rob you were the also a is well why don't you describe your your storied in and varied career welcome the show thank you kindly am i founded a company called listen dot com in san francisco and we created the rhapsody music service which was actually the first music service to get full catalogue licenses from all the major record labels even before apple actually so you do very early you didn't vent radio on the internet right i i did not but i i was contacted by that he patent holders who seemed to think that they had a at invited of people who felt they invented the notion of music and sound and everything else on the internet so that's all other topic ledum we'd yes we were the first people to get all those licences and we basically i created the model that we all now know so well through spotify and others of unlimited streaming music art service.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back detected toby a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have role sued he's the founder of unicorn at east sports betting site this is technophobia technophobe is brought to you by happy fun corp happy fun corbusier designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fund new way or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun corp loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back to take the dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today in the show we have roles sued ease the founder of unicorn a former founder of voting pcs right that's correct zuhdu pc was a wide admit that was one of my favorite company thank you chose it was that was really happening now doubt our about let's look at you know as sort of my ali are playing games without allstar decided to sell some tops i remember i worked at laptop magazine then there i think viewed who first came out and that's when you were selling your sending them in boxes with lakea with leg grass unlike tribal noises out of them are yeah it was that it is actually really interesting fact i think it krief these resort or and writer i think the only aid that was doing anything interesting was apple obviously are but the but beyond that we know the pc industry which is like terribly boron and a needed they needed companies like us to have a thinking about a new experiences everything from the outboxed france to the customer experience on all about steps that he was just any gaming get gaming tends to drive technology and and so yeah it was that it was a it was a neat neat tire pressure on obviously when hp batas everything changed a but that's that's about goods that hope efficient be to nazi surprised by that but it was a different culture to gauge peace gonna tachia zuma touch crazy crazy talking.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome to technophobia a podcast a meta bitter from trump john biggs initially of yaacob trick he's the founder of estimate this is tech news tokia technique dopey as brought to you by happy fun gorth happy fun corp is a design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun poor loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back detect dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show a vehicle he's the founder of estimate it's a beacon company in with poland and it's one of my favorite companies here in polling welcome welcome yaacob j hattiesburg and say right absolutely thank him to be here how are we supposed to pronounce your name in america's a jaker we're going to call you you most my american friends that just call me jacob as they they don't even tried to pronounce mice my last name but you know jacket jacobs perfect ours e y c h the they they typically say chris each which is a huge i'm used all right so why don't you tell us what estimate does i've i've followed estimate for since the very beginning but explain a little bit about about your begins in which working on.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome to technophobia podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have bassam m'hamdi he is with procourt a construction software company this is tech to tokia technical brought to you by happy fun core happy fun what was the design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups important five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fund new way per software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun were blood building software and love working great evil come build with that happy fun gore dot com welcome back detect dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today in the show we have bassem hamdi he's at pro core and abassan welcome on the show like very much and relinquish api here uh this is going to be fun so tell us about what pro kordos and what you do specifically so let me tell you love it but procourt i fifteen years overnight success were were project management software that really electrify is a job site in a construction company to build better centrally um so anything from document and drawing management all the way through to cost controls okay so that's not sign of exactly exciting why don't you give it wanted to do like a pretty exciting well kalfa so said plana me explain to me why i would be excited about this if i were if i were guy who's building something.
"technophobia" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back detected toby a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have jim poole he is the vice president of equal x this is technophobia technophobia is brought to you by happy fun gorth happy front was designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york specializes building mobile and web applications for startups important five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new way per software that were interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small abby bunk were loves building software love working great evil come build with them having fun warped dot com welcome back to decker dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs hit on the show we have jimbo he's vice president of ecosystem business development aid equin what's ecosystem business development gem so what i look at our certain newly digitising parts of the economy as things become increasingly virtual so you know that started off with things like content now we think about netflixing things like that when noone is that he be any more so that's happening in all sorts of industries so i look at that okay so that's interesting so what is you say it works it's happening in all sorts of industry so as that is that the suggestion that we're going to have a crypto currencies to pay for i don't know bricks i don't know what the seem yes seems like well it may be a good and so i always get examples people liked things like internet of things is sort of an interesting example and so we have customers for example who used to do things one way and now they're changing it's a good example would be in the old days if i wanted to sell a train i would still a train to a state enterprise and they would hire a bunch of people to do the maintenance and they would take care of it and you know that was it in the new world now i sell if i'm the vendor i sell train is a service.