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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

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09:55 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

"Retro video game consoles are pretty awesome. But i just got the one that i've been anticipating the most. I'm going to review these sixty four by retro games next. This is tweet hello everyone. Welcome to hands on tech. I'm jason howell. So if i had to trace passion for technology back to one key item from my childhood be pretty easy for me to put my finger on it. And that's the commodore sixty four. That's the one of the most popular computer systems. Especially at the time. I think it was known as the most popular computer system in the eighties. And i had a commerce sixty four for quite a few years. When i was a kid and i just had so many memories of connecting to bulletin boards with my three hundred baud modem downloading commercial games that i probably wasn't supposed to have just trading floppy disks with friends at school. I mean this defined my childhood. So when i heard that retro games was gonna put out a commodore sixty four mini console. I was elated now in twenty eighteen. They released these c. Sixty four mini. And it's about half the size of a normal commodore sixty four included some games but you could also tap into it to basically run any disk images from the congress sixty four that you wanted. I thought that was neat. Until i heard that the keyboard was completely functioning which is an issue i have a retro raspberry pi with retro pie on it and i've emulated commerce sixty four many times but not having the commodore sixty four keyboard actually changes. The experience are certain keys to re map is just not the same thing. So then i was super excited. When retro games announced that they were doing a maxi version known as the c sixty four happens to be what i have right here the full size version with a functioning keyboard and it is awesome especially for someone like me on the perfect person to give this a spin. So let's take a look at my experience with the c sixty four first. Let's talk about the hardware itself and boy. Am i happy that i waited for the full size keyboard release. The design is impressively faithful to the original bread. Been model of the commodore sixty four. There was a sand papery texture that surrounds the keys on the keyboard that to my memory is pretty spot on the like chunk of the space bar and how it feels when you slam. That feels just right. Totally takes me back and the keys themselves. They're pretty good. There may be a tad wobbly compared to my memory of the original commerce sixty four but thankfully typing this review on it. So i don't care as long as i can hit that run. Stop key when a game tells me too about the only real difference that i can tell from the original. Is that the shift. lock key. doesn't lock down into place when pressed like did on the original. It is a software toggle so it still has the same functional use is just not quite as satisfying all in all. I'm very pleased with how faithful this keyboard replica is. It's a joy to us where things are very different from. The original is the side and the back of the unit. Basically the i o ports on the side is a power button that you just tap and hold power honor office different from the switch on the original. Also three usb ports for plug near joysticks in on the side or other usb peripherals on the back is a micro usb port for power and aced out for your modern television or monitor. Something you can't do with the original commerce sixty four and another usb port and. I'm super pleased that they included that additional rear facing port because that allows me to keep a thumb drive plugged in there. When i want to add more games which you can do and we'll talk about that. My only real complaint is simply how light and in some ways kind of hollow. The entire system feels the original. Had some heft to it. You know one thousand nine hundred eighty technology and this new version contains a small arm computer with five hundred twelve megs of memory so it's pretty svelte. This nation system running vice after all also no true comer sixty four peripherals can be plugged in here at least not easily so no user port no port or expansion port. Now packed in the box is this joystick. Which as you can see has a lot more buttons than any commerce sixty four joystick. Ever had really you just end up with one if you're using a traditional commerce four controller. There's a lot more here and we'll talk about how that interfaces but definitely not quite the slick stick that. I adored back in the day but it does the job. It is super clicky. Pretty loud characteristic. Personally i never really cared much for in those old school joysticks. There's a large button on both sides. That makes it usable for lefties and righties and along. The bottom is a row of specialized buttons that tap into the carousel interface of the sixty. Four which i'll get to as well as for allowing specialized functions during game play so you can load and save states. You can open a virtual keyboard which on the maxi the large version of the c. Sixty four is is unnecessary. Really and then of course you can exit out to the main carousel screen to load a new game. The stock joystick is really kind of essential. If you want to jump in and out of games quickly. It's a bummer. There aren't other designs to choose from. Because like i said it does the job but it's definitely not my favorite for long stretches. Bluetooth support is not included <hes>. But some people in forums have had luck with different. Modern controllers plugged in via usb. So assume that you're probably using the stock controller unless you really wanna go diving deep and experimenting you might be able to take your favorite controller and plug it in here but it's probably not going to be super easy out of the box now a mini console releases often only as good as the games that are included on it and if you check wikipedia it says that the commodore sixty four originally had around ten thousand commercially released software for the platform. So no matter how. You chop down to disappoint somebody. The c sixty four ships with you guessed it sixty four titles out of the box including a few vic twenty. Titles a firmware update. They you should. Flash brought another seven games to the carousel and some additional functionality. Over although game selection is pretty paltry and my opinion. It doesn't quite match my own nostalgic experienced. But like i said everybody has a different experience. I really appreciate the epochs heavy offerings here. So you've got impossible mission of all the games games summer winter games the jump man series of pretty much many of epochs is a classic titles are in there. There's also a few other favorites. You radium perr odroid. There's some good games in there. Don't get me wrong. But many of these titles simply were not on my radar when i was a kid so when it comes to nostalgia i'm really looking for titles that i know and going to get to more on that in a second but gameplay itself is as smooth as it needs to be. I didn't find any games that didn't work the way i remember them <hes>. Playing it is an emulation approach though so consider that. It's not going to be perfect. But i didn't detect anything that clued me into it being ambulation. I have emulated the congress sixty four on the raspberry pi and some keys. Don't exist on the keyboard that you have to plug into the back of the raspberry pi in order to do it. So like i said earlier. Having this keyboard makes the game play experience that much. Better the carousel which used very frequently with the c. Sixty four is thoughtfully done as well. You've got some game. Cover art some gameplay screenshots and then a description of the game along with details like who the composer was which personally is a c sixty four aficionado. I can say that super important. The ship is is an amazing music. Chip that was included in the sixty. Four this dozen a perfect job of emulating it and it is really nice to know if hubbard produced not track that you're about to listen to either our display options if you wish to add some crt style scan lines to the experience though. Personally i kept those off for the most part so sixty four games out of the box pretty limited when you're talking about ten thousand total titles but it isn't a deal breaker because if you format a thumb drive to fat thirty two you can add play d sixty four disk images added to your heart's content though you might have to do some cleanup work. I in order to make that happen. The integrated file manager only two hundred fifty six files in a single folder. So if you have a library of thousands of games you're going to shift everything around into their own folders in order to get access to all of those within the interface or you can tap into a community driven upgrade for the c. Sixty four called project carousel. Usb this actually adds hundreds more games directly into the carousel interface so it's as easy to pick and choose as the stuff that ships with the sixty four. Now do note. Project carousel may violate copyright rules. So you're going to want to be sure to check your local laws before diving in check with your own ethics and see if you feel comfortable with that and if it's legal for you to do so but if you do choose to explore this it's super easy. It's non-destructive doesn't override the firmware permanently. Basically you just throw the image files on a thumb drive and then flash the firmware temporarily after boot up to access all the games in that interface power off. The original firmware returns to stock.

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The C64 'Maxi' Review - Full-Sized Commodore 64 Replica

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09:55 min | 1 year ago

The C64 'Maxi' Review - Full-Sized Commodore 64 Replica

"Retro video game consoles are pretty awesome. But i just got the one that i've been anticipating the most. I'm going to review these sixty four by retro games next. This is tweet hello everyone. Welcome to hands on tech. I'm jason howell. So if i had to trace passion for technology back to one key item from my childhood be pretty easy for me to put my finger on it. And that's the commodore sixty four. That's the one of the most popular computer systems. Especially at the time. I think it was known as the most popular computer system in the eighties. And i had a commerce sixty four for quite a few years. When i was a kid and i just had so many memories of connecting to bulletin boards with my three hundred baud modem downloading commercial games that i probably wasn't supposed to have just trading floppy disks with friends at school. I mean this defined my childhood. So when i heard that retro games was gonna put out a commodore sixty four mini console. I was elated now in twenty eighteen. They released these c. Sixty four mini. And it's about half the size of a normal commodore sixty four included some games but you could also tap into it to basically run any disk images from the congress sixty four that you wanted. I thought that was neat. Until i heard that the keyboard was completely functioning which is an issue i have a retro raspberry pi with retro pie on it and i've emulated commerce sixty four many times but not having the commodore sixty four keyboard actually changes. The experience are certain keys to re map is just not the same thing. So then i was super excited. When retro games announced that they were doing a maxi version known as the c sixty four happens to be what i have right here the full size version with a functioning keyboard and it is awesome especially for someone like me on the perfect person to give this a spin. So let's take a look at my experience with the c sixty four first. Let's talk about the hardware itself and boy. Am i happy that i waited for the full size keyboard release. The design is impressively faithful to the original bread. Been model of the commodore sixty four. There was a sand papery texture that surrounds the keys on the keyboard that to my memory is pretty spot on the like chunk of the space bar and how it feels when you slam. That feels just right. Totally takes me back and the keys themselves. They're pretty good. There may be a tad wobbly compared to my memory of the original commerce sixty four but thankfully typing this review on it. So i don't care as long as i can hit that run. Stop key when a game tells me too about the only real difference that i can tell from the original. Is that the shift. lock key. doesn't lock down into place when pressed like did on the original. It is a software toggle so it still has the same functional use is just not quite as satisfying all in all. I'm very pleased with how faithful this keyboard replica is. It's a joy to us where things are very different from. The original is the side and the back of the unit. Basically the i o ports on the side is a power button that you just tap and hold power honor office different from the switch on the original. Also three usb ports for plug near joysticks in on the side or other usb peripherals on the back is a micro usb port for power and aced out for your modern television or monitor. Something you can't do with the original commerce sixty four and another usb port and. I'm super pleased that they included that additional rear facing port because that allows me to keep a thumb drive plugged in there. When i want to add more games which you can do and we'll talk about that. My only real complaint is simply how light and in some ways kind of hollow. The entire system feels the original. Had some heft to it. You know one thousand nine hundred eighty technology and this new version contains a small arm computer with five hundred twelve megs of memory so it's pretty svelte. This nation system running vice after all also no true comer sixty four peripherals can be plugged in here at least not easily so no user port no port or expansion port. Now packed in the box is this joystick. Which as you can see has a lot more buttons than any commerce sixty four joystick. Ever had really you just end up with one if you're using a traditional commerce four controller. There's a lot more here and we'll talk about how that interfaces but definitely not quite the slick stick that. I adored back in the day but it does the job. It is super clicky. Pretty loud characteristic. Personally i never really cared much for in those old school joysticks. There's a large button on both sides. That makes it usable for lefties and righties and along. The bottom is a row of specialized buttons that tap into the carousel interface of the sixty. Four which i'll get to as well as for allowing specialized functions during game play so you can load and save states. You can open a virtual keyboard which on the maxi the large version of the c. Sixty four is is unnecessary. Really and then of course you can exit out to the main carousel screen to load a new game. The stock joystick is really kind of essential. If you want to jump in and out of games quickly. It's a bummer. There aren't other designs to choose from. Because like i said it does the job but it's definitely not my favorite for long stretches. Bluetooth support is not included But some people in forums have had luck with different. Modern controllers plugged in via usb. So assume that you're probably using the stock controller unless you really wanna go diving deep and experimenting you might be able to take your favorite controller and plug it in here but it's probably not going to be super easy out of the box now a mini console releases often only as good as the games that are included on it and if you check wikipedia it says that the commodore sixty four originally had around ten thousand commercially released software for the platform. So no matter how. You chop down to disappoint somebody. The c sixty four ships with you guessed it sixty four titles out of the box including a few vic twenty. Titles a firmware update. They you should. Flash brought another seven games to the carousel and some additional functionality. Over although game selection is pretty paltry and my opinion. It doesn't quite match my own nostalgic experienced. But like i said everybody has a different experience. I really appreciate the epochs heavy offerings here. So you've got impossible mission of all the games games summer winter games the jump man series of pretty much many of epochs is a classic titles are in there. There's also a few other favorites. You radium perr odroid. There's some good games in there. Don't get me wrong. But many of these titles simply were not on my radar when i was a kid so when it comes to nostalgia i'm really looking for titles that i know and going to get to more on that in a second but gameplay itself is as smooth as it needs to be. I didn't find any games that didn't work the way i remember them Playing it is an emulation approach though so consider that. It's not going to be perfect. But i didn't detect anything that clued me into it being ambulation. I have emulated the congress sixty four on the raspberry pi and some keys. Don't exist on the keyboard that you have to plug into the back of the raspberry pi in order to do it. So like i said earlier. Having this keyboard makes the game play experience that much. Better the carousel which used very frequently with the c. Sixty four is thoughtfully done as well. You've got some game. Cover art some gameplay screenshots and then a description of the game along with details like who the composer was which personally is a c sixty four aficionado. I can say that super important. The ship is is an amazing music. Chip that was included in the sixty. Four this dozen a perfect job of emulating it and it is really nice to know if hubbard produced not track that you're about to listen to either our display options if you wish to add some crt style scan lines to the experience though. Personally i kept those off for the most part so sixty four games out of the box pretty limited when you're talking about ten thousand total titles but it isn't a deal breaker because if you format a thumb drive to fat thirty two you can add play d sixty four disk images added to your heart's content though you might have to do some cleanup work. I in order to make that happen. The integrated file manager only two hundred fifty six files in a single folder. So if you have a library of thousands of games you're going to shift everything around into their own folders in order to get access to all of those within the interface or you can tap into a community driven upgrade for the c. Sixty four called project carousel. Usb this actually adds hundreds more games directly into the carousel interface so it's as easy to pick and choose as the stuff that ships with the sixty four. Now do note. Project carousel may violate copyright rules. So you're going to want to be sure to check your local laws before diving in check with your own ethics and see if you feel comfortable with that and if it's legal for you to do so but if you do choose to explore this it's super easy. It's non-destructive doesn't override the firmware permanently. Basically you just throw the image files on a thumb drive and then flash the firmware temporarily after boot up to access all the games in that interface power off. The original firmware returns to stock.

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"This ten Watt College Station in University Heights Ohio. And I met some of the Promo guys and I met some DJ's from other stations and I met this Guy Billy Bass Billy adopted me. He liked me and we ended up hanging out a lot heaters, guys at Columbia records and organic. Frankly Oh, who went on to manage Michael Jackson and Steve Popovich. Iran Colombia, again, he Martin looney became like my stepparents and they got a job at Columbia records. I ended up living in Boston, eventually for Warner Brothers, I'm skipping a bunch of stuff but I ended up going into artist development moving to Boston and Boston, was a real little tech community I started going to the Boston commuting store and I met the people that advent speakers and the people that DB X., which was the competitor to Dolby. Star. Vice Reduction. and. It was culminated in then moving to Los Angeles and ending up in nineteen eighty two. On a workgroup between Atari Warner, music group and Hewlett Packard. Looking at what the future of digital would be. At Eighty two, there was no internet There was Internet web that was not until ninety four a motive at that point was three hundred Baud, which is like three hundred bits as opposed to five million megabits are whatever I mean. Basically, it was literally took his long descendant emails it does to send the movie now. Sixteen K Computer whenever but we sat in meetings over a year talking about. Streaming, downloading, burning CD's at a time when a CD burner cost twenty, thousand dollars and a blank disk cost one hundred bucks. But we knew it eventually would come down the pricing. This would all be manageable. But we started talking about. And it's always sounds like it's a boast but it isn't it was under guiding Stan Cornyn on review if you're familiar with them at all, but he led this group. We talked about I'd say ninety percent about what's happening now yeah we talked about creating playlist. We talked about creating mix. The CD was coming out in eighty three about a year later, and we're talking about wants to CDs adopted as the music listening platform and LASERDISC had already come out and seventy nine when video and audio or all digital what will people? WanNa do? We're talking the time where there's no high speed Internet, a computer is a four megahertz computer four point seven, seven Megahertz Not Gigahertz there is sixteen K of memory and you're storing things on cassettes. But we knew the bandwidth would come the storage would come when the platforms would eventually arrive. So in a typical long winded answer for me. I've been waiting for the mainstreaming of all this stuff since literally eighty, two, eighty, three, eighty, four are then ended up at Phillips producing music CD ROMs and Phillips perfected the not perfected the platform but a perfected the implementation of 'em beg. So, in ninety three, we were doing 'em one movies. We'd licensed every title from paramount pictures. And so instead of a DVD which is a movie on a disk blueberry were would five movies on a disk 'em beg one was a a larger size encoding format, but you could get a half a movie on a disk. So you had two discs per movie..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"He didn't come up with the name but he was the first one like put audio and unlike figured out that process fees and you subscribe to it. Basically carved out what a podcast is like. You're going to download it on your eye on your game. Was Pre iphone the iphone? I think I think you would download on your ipod and you can listen to audio. Sound like he does like the first radio show ipod and some guy called podcasting and it was funny because he brought jobs brought him on stage in his life. Yeah I'm just having problems with my Damn Mac book the boot up and otherwise in the crowds. Lavaka jobs like but like he took that whole like got him to the point. Reso- you so technologically far advanced. He's paranoid like like skittish paranoia as are most of us not like to the factory. You have like lonely use bricked phones running like tore browser running like basically VP ending to like seven like like bouncing VPN's off like seven countries. Like you sound normal so far I was putting I was talking to the. It architecture team at work and they're like what's what's wrong with that. Most of us have just given into our Google overlords. How deep we were and he kept talking about like the the basically the evil whatever the Google was the don't be evil. How that's like quietly went away while he went away and like not so. But it's just amazing to watch the progress he looks like David Lee Roth and So I watch like five youtube clips if you if you don't WanNa watch the four podcast but absolutely fascinating. This guy's story and Just kind of hearing like all the old technologies is first. Computer was pre my commodore sixty four. Perfect twenty was like a sperry. I'll like the pre Tandy you know. So he's talking about gr growing up heads. I was pre three hundred Baud. You as like nine baht. I think whatever the hell it was like like rigged his own modem like two phones like this amazing. It's so east so quiet now because he you would think he'd be one of the godfathers forefathers modern day technology internet doesn't WANNA be But now now I think he just wants to wants his money back from his as Jeeves. Investable right Can we talk about coronas? That is off the table. I mean I was. I was going to go and we can do that shit but I mean Dude Max von side. I mean. That's a better the first thing I thought it was death demanding too soon and I mean you had to but if you look at like all the stuff like extra. I didn't do it for meeing everything. Yeah it just just Ming alone and like minority report. I I watched that a couple of weeks ago and I forgot he was in it like a lot of things like but dude he was He was Jesus Christ in the greatest story ever told Hogg Nineteen Fifty six or sixty six hundred fifty six right but like guys been or is. He was ninety. Oh yeah and then of course. I'm fricking I go look a look up on his wikipedia to see all the stuff. He was in one of the bullet points. Some asshole edited like died of AIDS. And I'm like man. Someone added this quickly. Like you're going to really do that. yeah no thank you for. Thank you for being more of my life there But yeah so do. Apparently everything cancelled like just everything like dude south by southwest got camp. I know last week you talked about some it conferences. I get that on comic cons by South West. That's that's huge. That's crazy huge. It's all so like I'm GonNa. I'm not gonNA feel bad but I'm gonNA feel bad like there's a lot of people that spent thousands of dollars on travel plans that can't get things refunded. If not everyone buys the nine dollars cancellation plan. Like I got in the habit of that couple times. Got Out of hotel rooms but like the people that I'm kind of most sad about indage to be Canada's like the source point press people and there's there's probably hundreds more behind them but their livelihoods depend on going to con- On these guys right and like there's Emerald City just got cancelled. Like these are some of the big C. Two is too early yet but like Those are their lifeline. These are how these people make their livings and now it's like they're like please by our shit online like yeah. Well it's true. I mean you know. I mean they're talking. Apparently they're talking about Penguin Con-. This weekend at the board meeting that's going on Which I mean it it. It's a month and a half away. Just tonight we discussed our cancellation plans. Forward Camp Detroit. It's going to be June but you know we have a contingency policy just in case we just bought a crap. Tennessee tricks at work and his people have to work. I mean you have to have contingency plans I get that. But the fact of the the downright cancellations of things like I still happening your policy for campus. Cancel if central headquarters dictates we close if our venue cancels us or if the county health department recommends against gatherings there have been no cases in Michigan yet. So I mean here's the here's the thing and I'm GonNa say it again Wash your hands. Fist-bump learners drinks verner rub. Some verners ought to wash your hands a lot and just frigging fist-bump in doshi cancel people. Don't touch your face. It's really boils down. Don't lick doorknobs. We kinda threw that one out at work at the meeting but like no. It's funny because I was talking about the two. I'm like yeah my waist medicine. This is this. Is You know all the doctors say as I'm doing some looking over to co workers completely rubbing their face like from ear to ear. I don't even notice like how unconscious a lot of those movements and motions. Are You doing all day? It's yeah but yet but the did the we wiped. I still don't know why are people stockpiling toilet paper. Because I don't get it was flu. Gives you the puppies? I don't know I I don't understand it either. Like this is going to be trapped in your house for a few months. But this is the new world currency that I'm unaware like the trial takes a crap at Costco and he said like the good. The good toilet paper was out of stock. You gotta get that single play crap. That's all it's left. And he goes no PUN INTENDED FOR SURE SHIT. Cosco's out online of the good stuff like I like to get toilet paper like the good cotton. Al The double triple ply. Whatever the the the soft stuff out but like you can get the scar tissue or like the the no name brand garbage personally. I like it a little rougher because it gets in there and kind of scraped home by randy scraping the pillow he stuff. I don't it's not as effective. You need to get some texture in there to defend loose act offended. But I'm totally on team. Rainey with grass with what sandpaper would need some texture to get it all out. But this is the podcast. No I absolutely do you knew who are you kidding? Water medical supplies tissues hand. Sanitizer gone all gone I I don't get it like people affording like all of the soap and hand sanitizer but not realizing that other people need it to prevent it from like. Yeah well like we're like you. We sit on top of each other at work. I had a CO worker. He's twenty four and he's a good kid but he's like what are we going to do? We're all GONNA get sick and I'm like man I've lived through swine and SARS and I listed a ball ago. I go wash your hands man and just you know I did like I bought. I bought I ended up buying wipes and SANITIZER and I'll put it on my desk. Wipe your desk off the end of the day. Weipa keyboard off. Wash your hands. You know what I mean like. Just take care of the little stuff in will live with the The interesting conspiracy theory mean that was floating around today that at Sei you know. Yeah because there's you we've all seen them that there is one of these every year. Don't worry about it. Yeah but apparently. There's a bigger scarier won every election year. Well it was every four at dropped to every two yeah and it changed up and then the funny thing is i. There's a snowplow look up. 'cause I remember the swine flu just nine and it shows it here is ten corona's nineteen because it got discovered nineteen split. Then it's twenty really so they're like full slow but coaching wins. A thing right because foles. It wasn't true it is true it is true because W at takes effect list SARS was in. Oh four avian was in. Oh eight swine was inten. Moore's which was in twelve Ebola. Was Fourteen Zeke. Sixteen bullet eighteen corona twenty and they said basically The corner says a contagion factor of two stars was for measles eighteen. So just just to put things in perspective. The thing I don't get somebody wants to correct me if I'm wrong and I've asked us to. No one can answer. How do you exit? Says it's just like the flu. You have just normal fluid. You don't know and let you go get tested right on lake. When you've gotten the flu you get over. The counter crab drinks verners go to bed and drink some pedialyte. I like so I maybe like I remember the one time I want to actually going to the ER and and it turned out. It was because I had the flu like I just thought like and I realized that. Okay if this is really the flu that. I've never had the flu before in my life because I mean it was like it was a lot. I mean it was horrible so like and so if I ever feel like that again your I'm GonNa go get. The flu is yeah. The flu can be fatal. It'd had the top people. Yeah I said. I thought I'd had the flu before but but no no no no. I did not. Yeah because no. I never felt like there was a blow torch in my chest and they had to pump two bags of fluids in me because I was so dehydrated. No there yeah no. There's you know the difference. Yeah Oh yeah. I didn't know if I just ate draft beer and white castle does the. Let's I mean you could go either way like my head hurts and have diarrhea. It's like I. I think I was just out drinking with my favorites. I don't know what you got. My favorite story is Microsoft has a sub domain hijacking problem but apparently Microsoft has left sub domains. Open invulnerable for years and years and years and Al spammers are hijacking them and just putting up poker pages On their sub domains they've found Only in literally only like five to ten percent get fixed There was twenty one. Msn sub domains are vulnerable Then another one hundred and forty two MIS configured Microsoft sub domains one hundred and forty two so there was one like a big like the regular fixes cloud that Microsoft and like Those are fine but the other ones are exposed in. Here's the you WanNa know the reason why I don't know if you've got that far thing because the the bug bounty doesn't apply to sub domains. Subic cares nobody cares. Looks at them well. And they've got the other issue going right now where they basically issued I think we talked about this last week. Where the latest patch release? That came out was just breaking computers and apparently now it's even worse there just for the love of God turn off your automatic updates and by the way. If you'RE GONNA run this update here are like seven things you WanNa turn off before you run the update just to be safe. I well. It's not just so like people like going were because here's the thing you always auto update del. Pops up on the bottom screen. You Hidalgo Microsoft debate. You hit update just like when your phone. It's update you hit. Update like you're not like questioning anything unless articles like this. Yeah right well. Who's looking for this? Like you know meet. We might be. But my dad's not Jimmy the mechanics nocturnal But like What was going on with For Gaming it was it was It was like really bad glitch ing negligent but there was a the frame rate. Yeah got destroyed. Yeah there were people were losing sound. Oh and frank. Yeah he said. I'm not extreme but I say my frame rate and Games has gone down ten frames or so. We'll stuttering occurs after uninstalled update. Everything was fine and like yeah. It causes stuttering on even the easiest simplest games basically the sound is gone. Like thanks to the recent update. No longer have any sound on my computer. Nothing will fix it besides rolling it back yet. A visual studio a code signing is broken gone Yeah and then they're basically Microsoft is not currently aware of any issues with update. That was their stories. They're sticking to. That was what yesterday when this article came out. So and then one of our favorite applications that we've about a number of times Clearview So they've been very adamant that it is only available to The F. B. I. Law enforcement those kind of people. This story sucked however it has come to light that there are anybody who's ever been a perspective investor or an investor in clear view Has THIS APP and they use it as a party trick. Not just like the Party took. The one story was the like. The guy's daughter was going out on a date. It was like like the bill showed up at a showed up at a restaurant or so. The Dad who's like some multi-billionaire dude on was there. Having dinner and recognize the daughter showed up with some guy on a date. Yeah and then basically. He asked the waiter to go and take a photo of the couple. And the guy didn't uploaded a picture do clearview on his phone and any basically if you've got his facebook twitter linked within seconds viewer collection of photos along the web addresses where they appeared and said his daughters date was a venture capitalist from San Francisco. The guys excuse. I wanted to make sure he wasn't a charlatan. Like just like okay. He's he's got a job he's a crazy and it's but the APP did exactly everything that it said. It would do get a picture and it tells you everything everything you want to know about right. Didn't expect my expect my dad to be able to do crazy things. He's tech savvy but not like this good God and then you know basically they got a criticize published a code of conduct emphasizing. There was only available for select security professionals as an investigative tool shirt we recognize the powerful tools have the potential to be abused regardless of who is in. 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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Zane I'm at the GV summit in Luxembourg oh where am I global ventures summit the GPS. Uh Sam being corrected. I'm being directed by world famous actor and I'm with Billy Zane who needs no introduction at all he's been in like one hundred twenty film and TV episodes and of course from titanic. He's really a nice guy though. I don't get the feeling that he wants to throw me overboard. But but you probably get more comments on your appearance in Zoo lander than just about anything right. You're right about that. Yeah getting more love for you find yourself for five minutes and thirty five years of character. Work is curious at best. I should have started their into stayed. Well you got. You're very fortunate because you came out of school and back to the future boom that that is true. Baptism by fire. I guess it's like being discovered at Schwab in the thirty s or something. We have something in common. We're both Chicago natives. You Go. Where what part of task saw from northbrook looks so? I went to John Hughes School Right. So the Breakfast Club was essentially my school geeks SOC jock which me Geek Still Geek always geek. Computer get guide my first computer when I was sixteen years old. I got just a couple of years. Any of my research is right. And that's eight hundred. Six hundred would have been in previous to that a trs eighty model one. With Four K of Ram. And a three hundred Baud Modem Dos dos all all the way and in no floppy drive hard drive no no the. Oh Jeez. We did it with a cassette player. So what was your first computer. I was an Atari Kid ed but I worked on those at school or I sat next to the kid who worked on those at school and had him do my home. Of course he did. Somehow we we manage to make it through school just the same right so here. We are at the global venture summit. GPS Summit let's get it right and you're involved in tech projects in your involved in investing and you've got a couple organizations are working with one of them's Port Park Pine porcupine. That would be weird. I feel I'm feeling that brickell Hainan. GV's yes Park Prime Capital and global venture summit the summit it is a subsidiary of Park Pine. He's are both founded by Ahmed Shabana Partner Global Venture Summit UH brings Silicon Valley investors to emerging markets and some already established markets and levels the playing field for startups suppose revenue startups which really appealed to me? I like the idea of providing that access Because it was it's curiously synonymous with something. I found that I was leveraging that celebrity affords which is curious access to heads of state and captains of industry. So the question I asked was. What's the best application patients that I found? was you know pushing win win. Solutions Whitepaper at the UN around renewables. And then that scaled into who A business model I founded a company in partnership with the Office of Technology. Transfer at Caltech to Be a forward facing commercializing engine for some of their Ip and that's for late stage pre-market it technologies adding a design element from institutions like Arts Center Pasadena and then with a Hollywood storytelling wraparound around from my wheelhouse Making product a little more market ready And Ahmed was UH launching. Something for a kind of a phase two in his own right which was are fine capital and the GPS summit and asked me to sue Pitched me on my model about the power of storytelling in the narrative in the mix. I hadn't heard that from anyone at Sonke that from my playbook and then when he invited me adjoin his venture. It seemed like a really logical complement. So I did and we ended up Throwing a GPS summit in Mexico. City and Jakarta and Bali I think we're going to do Greece next which is really exciting and it's just really. It's quite thrilling. The hacker thon that goes down. We're working with private and public partnerships with local governments. We had to finance minister from Luxembourg. Open the summit this morning and the caliber of the startups on the floor. were incredible You know one of the things that really turn me on was the idea of identifying maybe taking the concept of a hacker thon and maybe perhaps identifying pain point of the host country and utilizing the incredible talent in the room that mm-hmm is often underused at such summits. There's a lot of personal advancement in priority. Already in the space of trying to get their their their startup funded or or building enhancement. Look to network and that's great but if you if you collectively if you look at the sum of all these parts the ability to to solve you know the the some of perhaps some of the deepest problems more existential. The ones let alone practical with win-win solutions. I believe is is is possible. So I'm really one of the things I take away today was actually wanting to do that. It and Reps more regularly let alone at the next summit which is to a to demonstrate this exercise separate the course of the fine and in and identify a particular pain point and have the room try to actually solve it perhaps even build a business model around it monetize it and put it in motion packaging and package the damn thing. It's a great use case. It's a great experience so you what's interesting. Is Your Elliott talented actor. But she got a solid build. Oh you probably did some athletics. You're smart so which were you in high school. I was all of them at some point. You know yeah maybe not including the Molly ringwald character which was a soc but I probably had her ROLODEX. Well and I think the older we get more involved in tech the more Geeky we actually become because the opportunities absolutely I mean I live in Pasadena and I'm working closely Louis with you. Know some of the smartest people in the world and I'm humbled every day and I've lived in Hollywood for years and it's really refreshing to have a conversation nation over the hedge be about you know. Someone's Deep Space Telescope. That went you know all sideways or the the idea of of Well it's it's curious because I they they all geek out on movies anyway right back to the future or something like that so you bring something to the to the party. But it's that it is that marriage of art and science where I think some magic happens. It's a you know A.. You match the really effective delivery system with out foundation foundational solution. I think you can make some real you know. Make some waves in some traction thing that really turns me on is focusing on again some of the more existential crises facing us whereby We can build build a bridge between fiscal prudence and and sustainability and impact investing And again win wins. You just set me up with a great segue. So how do you feel that block. Chain crypto currency is going to fit it into that whole mix I think democratizing A variety of sectors with Fractional ownership is is a a great wave of the future. I think it will rapidly liberate company's products and services while aw redistributing wealth and bridging that chasm divide while providing that intangible sense of ownership and pride for the masses who've had their face pressed against the glass of tech you know wondering how the hell do I get in that or any you the real estate market for that matter. Do you see in Hollywood right. There's there's smaller. Production companies that are attempting to token is performance. Sorry right so that it is the people that are owning a piece of the work. That's being produced. Have you run across that in your circles at all I have And not just in the independent space. I mean it's being explored with larger budget films as well And rightfully so I think you know crowdfunding is really exciting but the idea of like you know a t shirt and a ticket to the premier. Just doesn't cut it anymore. You're an investor. You should see some upside you know. Oh totally it's completely logical so you're you're all in on Bitcoin and Crypto. You understand the full value of where this is going. I would say. Ah The I see where it's going the term all in precarious a lot of implications that I kind of USA Toshi Not Komodo I beg your pardon how did you know I can neither confirm nor tonight already. Well last question for you and then you could rest your voice. Jason probably go to bed because it's been a very long day yeah right. What are you working on artistically right now that you can share it? Curiously I have a another life outside of movies and tech and investment is. I'M A. I'm a painter. I started in ninety seven on the set of titanic. Kazoo was a practical use a lot of downtime and started as an abstract abstract expressionist and action painting large format on the ground kind of mid-century and feel and just did it for myself. I just wanted large original works in the space. I had not pay a fortune for him and stuff. I rather enjoyed and I liked the creation of do they were extensions of. I think way acting because they were improvisations filled with beautiful accidents. And I didn't bring Materials with me I would. I would deal with what is like you do an acting or I do and acting. You don't come preloaded and So I would use a lot of industrial materials. I would find weird locations like hardware stores marine supply supply or garden centers and look for the recycled paint that was bound for the tipper the dumpster and then use what was there. Oh these are my colors. This what we have and in this exercise was something that kept promoting creativity and resourcefulness and acceptance and a form of surrender under while creating something new anyway. That was something I was doing for myself. I suddenly had to show some years later. You're not by my own design and I. It was received well as authentic. All you can ask for. I guess as an artist and I just kept doing it and had since shown in Art Basil and passion in London and La and I'm opening in The Art Fair in Saloniki Greece tomorrow. So I stole the show before I came here. Go Venture Summit. I'm flying back in the morning. And I'm the whatever honorary artist of the Saloniki art fair which ain't nothing because the they've got some really amazing works there by artists living and Dead Ed and then I go to Cairo. Never been for the Cairo film festival where they're also throwing growing. It's my week of honorariums next week. Trust me I'll be doing laundry and at the drive through your own bed criminal like you know it's like come on get Edna. It's it's kind of ridiculous week. Yeah but to be on the bed. Crypto podcasts is the greatest honor of all. I hope you realize that I did. I not I was saving the best for less soon. So there's that movie wise back to the day job I'm Producing and starring in a really interesting based on the memoirs of architect named Bernard Judge who Marlon Brando hired in nineteen sixty. Nine design line has closed loop sustainable zero carbon footprint compound in Tahiti. Leave it to Brando. To think about you know.

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Like seriously you Z. What get out? PC MAG in there. There's a bunch of articles exists. I guess they will every there's articles out there. Lake the top APPS for Gut top top hacks Zappia right but basically yeah the broadcast new relic alerts team members by email get hub pull requests trigger creation who trello cards or Jira tickets assigned task teams. It's it's pretty pretty stretching yeah like give it to give it a shop as where you want to start. You know what I like stuff that makes me angry and this one I I really you know the study finds right and I really screamed bullshit. As soon as I read it I did I was so I am so skeptical about this article today. Ask for a number of reasons one number one go ahead and present the findings and then I'll I will be skeptical. Dave yeah yeah well. The thing you know the new a new survey of two thousand British they said British adults which may be skews the stats a little bit and as performed by a stationary company. Oh how does he know now you make me angry but basically they're basically the respondents reported becoming frustrated after sixteen sixteen seconds of getting far too a webpage to load dude ten years ago it was if you build it. They will come if you make them. Wait eight seconds they will leave if it was sixteen eighteen seconds in ninety eight. I'm already assuming something is wrong with your site and I have moved on or refreshed or done some. I'll give you three minutes in my three hundred Baud Modem days like when I saw that sixty I had to send this thing because I'm like no no skeptical be of skeptical and not only that they said twenty five seconds for traffic signal to change Josh not which ice-cream Bullshit to that's also high. I know I think that's way low I'll sit and my light red light in my neighborhood for two and a half three reminds before I run that red and make a left like longest red light but how it works it absolutely is but it's but when but when do you get frustrated like it's not Wendy done after I'm done looking at my phone and then I look up and see so red and I'm like God so you've probably missed a green cycle. I know for real everyone you know. How many times have you been beeped at or beep that someone that's been head down in their fall absolutely when the light turns green right so I I love this story? I meant to shoot a note to kneel to see if he got impacted by this end Tom so apparently the TESLA TESLA APP went down and people were locked out of their cars which I find amazing. Here's a tweet Heya I can unlock my car with my phone but it's off the only way to get into my car but okay so I have a key fob yeah if the battery my key fob dies I can. I gotTa do this physical key but so here's here's the best here's the worst part of our either are people that I know that aren't aware that there's a key insight. I I know there there are many people live the one that button it pops out. I'm just saying I'm here's the worst part best and worst part about it being Ilan mosque great great radio randy. Thanks thanks for democratic. Thank you d'artagnan. Here's the here's the best part Arthur you you've pulled the key from the stone the best and worst part about the Elon Musk here's guide bianco twitter at Tesla at Elon Musk. I'm locked out of my car and been on hold for twelve minutes. Why is it so difficult to talk? Talk to a train Tesla Human for support Tesla at Tesla your servers down for maintenance or locked out of the car. What's your ETA and everybody every single one of these? These tweets is at Elon Musk at Tesla. Why wouldn't you I? I guess not. Maybe he'll give you a free one. I don't know I it is that simple but yeah I love my new model three but the apple refresh won't let me sign in and says I have no vehicle his minute car redbrick already nice so this one is is actually a corollary of a story that we talked about last week we talked about the Bang Bros guys had bought the Porno wikileaks site and like set all the hard drives on and fire the reason for that is because there is a class action lawsuit that was brought against the guy behind a site called all girls do porn and apparently it's amy as maybe a dude seriously like so and apparently it was a thing where like this guy puts these ads out about modeling gigs and that kind of stuff loathed modeling gigs and then the girl show up and they're like oh well. You know there's not really a modeling GIG but hey we'll pay you three to five and and to like have sex on Cam and it's just it's just for me. It's just for Europe just for like international number told just from some of them. We're told it's only going into international distribution. DVD's no Internet yet idiot and so there are twenty two girls that are now the worst part was like they're skeptical right and then here comes former porn star or former like a woman mellowed heart you know she wasn't she was just some girl that they fired two hundred to five hundred bucks and it's just trust trust them distrust. They were good. They didn't like they were totally add. It all went overseas. I might nobody in my town knows Yadda so there's he's twenty two girls in his class action lawsuit suit against this guy who basically had no idea they were getting filmed for an internet porn channel and so like and there's and I can to some degree I can kinda see two sides of the story one yes because according to this guy's claims look look they they signed the non they signed the disclosure agreements. They signed the likeness rights they signed this. They signed that but then you hear some of these girls stories where they took the mountain got them hammered and jacked up on drugs and all this other stuff and then brought them to a hotel room and said here's signed this and by the reading and all this stuff we talked about in there and so they signed it which K. Shame on you for signing stuff but if you're jacked up on drugs and booze and everything else that's due there's a hundred more women men that don't want to come out that has they don't because they don't want their names and that's the thing so these girls like you know. One one was kicked out of a very conservative Christian school rule one was fired from the law firm that she worked at one another had to deal with like some insanely creep dude. It's the Internet like like this shit goes shit gets out there. It is what it is and then there's stuff got put on the porn wikileaks also and that's the thing so then this this guy and this this was the corollary to that is so this guy apparently bought or bought into the porn wikileaks website and started releasing all their names names and their home address and their hometown creepy MC creep star were sending all this like we're sending links to videos to their neighbors and that and again it gets it gets back to it's like what retirement last week there is zero. I I have no acceptance acceptance tolerance for dachshund whatsoever of any kind for putting somebody's you know name address all that kind of crap out on the Internet but this shit went a step further do screw this guy and especially when like when you like you read through some of the court case filings where you know he's he's done every stall tactic known to mankind where including declaring in bankruptcy trying to avoid this case in trying to avoid this court case God. I hope he gets nailed across. I I got worse things to do the NAT. Are you kidding me just seriously you're on the same low. You're you're like. Were like your pedophile rape. You are the worst of humanity God what I've got to cleanse my palate. Can we talk about. It Chris. Let's talk about angry now. Let's talk about the guy a charming Australian fellow hello who went to a bar and Manchester England and thought he'd owner himself a ban May and then didn't put his reading glasses on when he got the TAB and and the and the bartender had rung it up wrong how wrong so he paid sixty eight the equivalent of sixty the eight thousand dollars. US for a beer one hundred grand a US yeah yeah in Australian dollars yeah and got got hit with a seventeen hundred dollar transaction fee to go along with it now. Here's here are my questions because I have questions one dude what kind of limit you got on your car. You can take Ega sixty eight thousand like our our credit cards different in Europe where like black like they just let it go through and you have to deal with it later. We'll know that he was he wasn't manny got charge. You got mets GonNa take seven days to get the charges clearly. He got mad. He got chart. You know he got mad. He got charged. Oh yeah they got the transaction fee waived immediately that at seventy nine hundred dollars but yeah but that's sixty eight grand apparently is going to take seven to ten days to get back to him right. I want to go drinking with that guy yeah yeah so but a month ago dude. We talked about remember the Joe Rogan thing. We're like pretty much there. You know we talked about the voice like four hours a podcasting assing every day for ten years you have you can pretty much make them say anytime so they took the deep fake a algorithm and they basically did they took all of his episodes and created created a new Joe Rogan episode without Joe Rogan right so we get. We talked about this a few months ago so here's where it gets Here's very strict. I'm just GONNA. I'M GONNA start. Uh I'm just GONNA start reading. I'm the CEO of energy firm based in the UK thought he was following his bosses urgent orders in March transferred funds to a third party but the request quest came from an A. S. This voice of a fraudster now here's Waco of two hundred forty three thousand dollars so here's where it gets. It's interesting so the Wall Street Journal reports that he believed you who speak to the CEO is businesses parent company based in Germany the accent it was a German accented caller. Holler melodic tone is what he said like that guy's voice told him to send two hundred twenty thousand pounds or euros to a on Gary supplier within the hour of the firm's.

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"She had three days you know for a for a job there and why didn't you move well you see you have moved five ten other times over the last twenty years and nothing ever happened at this time it does and you know he he he you get frightened your family get scared when you're doing that and then you come back and nothing's wrong so you know you you weigh it out and you know I know some some people that I used to know down in the keys it was said through everything in the keys you know and to me that's crazy you're on a little island out there and there's no support or something were to go wrong no way to get any kind of you know emergency services or anything else along any kind of communication outside of the island itself it's just a very. angel in dangerous thing the odds are you know against you ever turns bad and that that's that's the issue you know is your life worth the inconvenience of get out and and driving away for two or three days absolutely is it is an inconvenience has it definitely is and it's here it's eighteen and believe me when you're when you're in a situation where you're considered critical care and you have patience and things you have to take care of and you can't believe you're wishing you could but a lot of times it's just like a really bad storm until it's not and then you're scared to death literally yeah I just over a several months or even a few years you have to face it again what do we take up lifting our lives saying goodbye to everything managing the parents and the children and the rest of the family I just can't imagine the toll it takes and docket is so fascinating though for us to watch because mother nature and her behavior and and in which she brings and then human reaction to it we all and it's something where we all band together sort of watch and pray for each other. well I think it's interesting in a kind of drives home the reality that we have very little control over the weather itself and you know the things that were were able to somehow manipulated is is rather narcissistic of us as a species I think it is so massive and so powerful and we we just do not have that kind of power and once you've been inside one of those storms you'll know that if it is it is nothing to joke about and we need to just get better at understanding nature and and living with it. and the signs to show us and and they've been so good about managing that and and processing of forces saying Hey this is what a cat by Liz and this is what you're facing and that sort of than the technology also doctor goes along in the past ten eleven years you can really find things out so quickly via Twitter and social media let alone the internet altogether and that actually brings us to our next topic remains for mental health dot org and doctor John Huber and that is a new study showing that modern patients threshold that we humans have lower than ever before and yes technology is to blame so I guess that's the dark side of it and away doctor what is this study say and what should we glean from it well what we should think about is how amazing these programmers are getting at and these actors items are getting a human behavior and it's a combination of things you go back to the late eighties early nineties when they had the first real player games that were. scare the Jesus out of you you know like like woman seen in zoom and things like that and now they're really massive but they learn how to manipulate our behavior how to give us feedback every few moments and we get a little bit of a dopamine person and injuring one person and a little bit of both and and we just kept going back for more more more we kept doing more more online and less in real life and in two thousand and seven we have smart phones and all the sudden we had it with this everywhere we went in the doctor's office unfortunately while you're driving the car and then social media apps kicked in just a few months after that and now they have us you know by the next her by the throat so to speak and our media change the news cycle change from a subscription based were you paid in for newspaper every week too now the news that gets paid by clicks so they sensationalize every lead nothing I have half the time anything to do with what's in the content of the story they just need to click on it open it up and they get paid so they they leave this out way and people aren't even reading the stories so they think they're getting enough from that they get an adrenaline. Bob from that they get a little bit of dopamine the New York Knicks news service get their money everybody's happy but were not informed and we're looking for the next thing so we have a very short attention span and our ability to wait for the next one is getting shorter and shorter all the time and you know pretty soon everybody wearing the glasses that have little screens on grass and will be just getting a twenty four seven forget the sixteen seconds it'll be just milliseconds and we will be nervous wrecks total and we know how that can end up if you watch the episodes of black near where that let's just take this a Twilight Zone of modern technology interesting series is very frightening but you did mention as a report says respondents reported becoming frustrated after just sixteen seconds of waiting for a web page to load twenty five seconds of waiting for a light to change it and doesn't it seem antiquated. at the time when they used to say don't text and drive the new flashing on the signs in your thinking do we have to be told not to read why were driving and now we're just so you everyone thinks they're the one that can do it. loosely and you know and and it's sixteen seconds I mean that is amazingly fast I mean it I can't remember a time with a dial up modem and it was sixteen hundred and then we went to a fifty six K. and we thought we were in the fast lane yeah and now it's like we have a whole websites that load him less than sixteen seconds that would have taken three hours on any of those old ones in fact to be honest with you I remember my dad bringing home at three hundred baud modem for our computer that that was slow. you know that this is something that's supposed to help us and if you look at the positive these are people who they're not it's not maybe not just in patients with their wanting not to waste time they want to be fruitful and efficient how do you cool people on saying you don't have to be that good you know take a breath you don't have to be so attuned to technology and you certainly don't have to text and read your Facebook and Twitter feeds lawyer at the stop light are certainly not while you're driving. well you have to think about what it means that good if you're letting computers do everything and live your life for you you're actually losing. you know you're actually losing your skill interact with other human beings your skill at recreation snow skiing water skiing basketball playing catch with your kid all these things you're losing those abilities and what I recommend and we've heard this for you and I talked about before you know start take a weak cold Turkey just turn your phone into a real phone and then after that one day a week they were all it is. the media that day and you'll improve your life for medical..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Triangulation

"That was Jesse Dryden's idea. You know, son of the drummer of the Jefferson airplane, Spencer Dryden, and I think another thing that's cool about about his role is while he was an awesome social engineer people didn't realize how awesome even in the group until until much later when the kinda vanished. And so, the stories didn't hold up, but he also was one of the links to the sixties counterculture, because the Jefferson airplane lived in the same house as the Grateful Dead at times in San Francisco. And there was a lot of both early tech adoption. And of course, counter, cultural, anti-establishment vibe, and that's something I mean, either. These guys CDC was super early. We think of them as like super early hacking group. They were very cautious history. They learned from the blue boxers, and John Perry, Barlow and all these people, and, and the, you know, they had an honest to God, you know, yet, the blue boxer in their mixed. It was a member of the group is now deceased, but they learned from him, and he was like, one of their original, like the grand old man that they learned from and so that, you know, it's it was really fascinating to trace this or the history of these ideas. It's not just the people. It's, it's the ideas. It's the it's the it's like a it's counter cultural history. Yeah. And so much of the early history and kind of the foundation upon people actually were aware of the cult of the dead cow early on. It was certainly the foundation that I was aware of them. You know, I back in the eighties, I had a Commodore sixty four I was minorly involved in some of the stuff that they were involved with. Of the free king and stuff like that till it got into trouble but through that I was very aware of the work of, of, of CDC and the t- files, which were felt like everywhere. I went online, if I went to a bulletin board system like these files were being shared shared, which made me aware of the fact that the CDC existed. I wasn't quite sure exactly what they were. But I knew they were everywhere where I wanted to be, and so that made me more excited to kind of, you know, read their files, why Tif files? Why was that the foundation for what they were doing when other? I mean and yet at the same time being known as a hacker group, but yet, they're, they're writing file writing these text files instead of like truly hacking systems, and, and, you know, doing something beyond that, why, why t files, so. In the beginning in the olden days. They're modems were crap are. And so, you know, three hundred Baud for many of them. And so they couldn't process images. That's why you had the ask yard you know, you're, you know it would tie promote them all night. Just trying to get one picture. Download it. So, you know, forget video there are no pictures, and it was always synchronous. Right. A lot of these bulletin boards, only one person could connected a time. So, you know you could post on a given topic, and then you logged off, and then somebody else could log on and read what you wrote or downloaded file very, very slowly, if you didn't mind tying up your phone line all night. So so text files sorta by coincidence or buying the sesame was the was the, the coin of the realm. And, you know, the cooler, the text file or t file, you know, the more sort of attention. You got I think one of the things that's unusual, especially in retrospect about the. Is that, you know, it was it was underground marketing, you know, the heaven Whistler, you know, majored in marketing, and they were savvy early on about how to get stuff out in front of as many people as possible. You know, one of the interesting things about the group is that it lived it lived through many different eras and then had kind of a leadership role in many different eras and people who first discovered the CDC, because they text files were so widely distributed thought of them as textile group..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Well, I've been on the internet since nineteen Ninety-two back when we had like six hundred Baud modems three hundred Baud modem. So I have been on the internet for a long time. And in many ways, I feel very comfortable and more comfortable on the internet. So while I might have low self esteem in the physical world and the virtual world, I'm very confident. So where does that come from because you're freed from the constraints of your physical self in the virtual world, you can be anything. You can be anyone you can say that sort of witty retort that you never have when you're walking down the street, and someone says something mean to you for me onto. Twitter. I have it right there for whatever reason. I don't quite know why. But I just have that ability to say exactly what I want to say when I want to say it. So I don't feel as. Constrained by self-esteem because I just believe in my right to say what I want to say. And the thing is I don't go looking for trouble. I don't believe in being cruel. It's when you come to me with your nonsense that I pushed back, and so that also helps me to be confident because in general, I'm a kind and fun person. And I believe for the most part my online demeanor reflects that except I also love to complain by. Oh, it's my favorite thing. It feels so good it just like just to articulate these are my woes today. And it just feels really good. Yes. My you know, my stomach hurts. I didn't sleep enough. So I just enjoy complaining. I get it from my mother what you see is complaining might just be seen by somebody else's being honest about how you feel in bed feminist, you say you're full of longing and your full of envy, and so much of my envy is terrible. Most people if they felt that they were full of envy. And that envy was terrible would hide it. You don't know. There's no need again forty was a game changer. It really was. I just I love how you're just putting so much on that age change. She'll I think it was fine. The night last debut being thirty nine eleven fifty nine PM been forty like. Oh my God. I won the lottery. He'll no. But I also I mean, it just happens to be forty..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Blerd Empire

Blerd Empire

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Blerd Empire

"I said I'll be done in six and he wastes for me of there. So you haven't weighed all the meters running all day. He he works until you know, I'm on at six he'll just roll up. And then you again in Uber lot you post me called. He just comes in real fast illegal and we get in. So you'd be talking about this stuff publicly. I don't know this second episode. Maybe they won't see it. No gloss over this one. No. So I liked it. Ten ten shot Hove hours sets five hours. But then what happened? You know? How it is. Right. Yeah. You wanted to go see one game. But you didn't realize they were fourteen Kimball vendors next to the one so you're gonna get sidetracked. So now you need sidetrack time. Right. So the shows open ten to six about rights at ten six. Right. So they shut down five thirty mentally. No. And the hate that you came into booth at five forty five. Well, it's I mean, it's Wednesday. So see that's the other thing too. Every day the mental shutdown times a little bit earlier. You know, got you. So Monday was five thirty by today by lunch. It was it was like this. What do you want to know to take the brochure and tomorrow, they're on? Tomorrow there on the delta app, just hitting refresh. Time. Okay. So figure you have your, you know, your browse time. And then you hit your vendors because you always gonna find something. All right. But that's I think that's the best way to hit the show in one of those smart. Can we always we always suffer the time? When we landed at noon, we sales hit three booths. And we got we were able but but the three became six because they're trying to run around a little bit. And I did speak to people on. I mean, don't you like to talk to people make before these people I talked to. But when I was going on you when you got twelve to two if you are, you know, no, no. And I run away and people were talking they do this. This is the nudge. Okay. Say you're talking right with doing this. And you're gonna show that you're talking you doing a demo. Hey, man. What's up? Let's see when I'd made my AB plans. I didn't have to build in Sindbad time. I didn't have to do that today without me. He loved my own. He left me said he goes to these shows. I'm I'll be right back. He'll come back with every booth. He had to hit I'm at the same booth. Let me at he said where are you said? I'm just about to walk up at booth. Much easier. See I didn't realize that. So you have a little little so sa- figure. Maybe now you down to eight mentors. How many how are today was the do central our dream to show we're gonna hit the entire central? We hit like maybe two booths before we came down here to to because people just kept piling in. And then like once one person comes in. They see that. And they just keep coming coming coming. We started Google but Luma enor- box because the it was twelve hundred they're against the wall all the way. No. Here. You might wanna think about like Donald Trump mask and everybody leave you alone, or they might come up on me kill you. But that's different. That's a new tech. Five G tech sixty sixty or so, you know, we're not gonna go to sixty. I'm going to be alive with sixteen. I'm going to five G, and I'm staying there. How much faster do we how much more can I download how much more stuff can? I put them a phone and only bad thing about five G is going to spoil people ten years old and under because one day five jeez. I could be running to like this. You have a signal. No man, you got four G speed. Now, they won't know what to do. Like, I said we start. We started with three hundred Baud modems. We would have families at night when you try to get.

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Blerd Empire

Blerd Empire

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Blerd Empire

"That's what I do and walk away from gear. So never soom people who have boosts me were in a be that someone come. You is not gonna look at your you can't judge a book definitely hit. You can't judge a book by its cover especially by Wednesday because the covers afraid 'cause you all your best clothes Monday and Tuesday. You wore your I'm going to impress you close on Wednesday. I'll give a damn I'm gonna to boost is gonna take an hour three hours to get there. Because you got to stop and say Hello to everybody that you met you before that you forgot, but you act like, you know, up. So how you oh God, how are you guys doing? So you still selling a buying? It's better to be honest in it'd be how you doing? I'm remember you do you have free stuff. Just started off that way. Exactly. And I think a big part of that too is just like, you know, the the digital round we've gone into. There's a lot more stars coming off from from online winters and all that stuff. So you never know who somebody is. So I feel just for my experience the the short six years I've been doing this. I've noticed a lot of the boosts have become a lot more flexible. Yup. As far as like talking to people were. Yeah. I would say the first couple of years. It was really like if you weren't in a business suit. If he didn't look like you were serious. They were kinda just brush off a young and win sweat suit. And they realize this my Google is my sump is my guru looking at. I was I was the tech guru like almost ten fifteen years ago. But you're praying after forty five your brain fries, and you can't remember a ball from a bike from a pixel from app from then they started talking about technologies that do I just want to know, what do please just gimme gimme destroy. They started talking about men. This camera has eighteen thousand dude, you know, what I know what you're talking about just say, it's bright. It's very bright use it outside. You got know you're talking to numbers an engineer to both. Of course, it's engineer war because like who's the smartest engineer. So that's a different sale. You could tell the engineers. So that comes with like this not impress. That's an engineer 'cause they want to show you that you can't stop them. And then the people just like man, I got a church we only have one, Mike. How can you help us? They don't need to know all the stuff that he's no, hey, man. I gotta mixer here. I got some nice devices can use when get you four cameras. Bam. That's how that works, right? Know who you're talking to now. I agree. How many times do you think you've been stops walking measles? The. Next year. And I know is rude. I'm gonna shirt, I'm here for tech. Not for you. It's. I'll just give me the wisdom because you're gimme twins day. I just want to days to get through because I'm just as excited. I'm a nerd like everybody else. Now, I'm gonna tell you. I didn't come out the closet for a long time as a black nerd I hit. I hit my ankle line. I hit my blurred. I hit my blurred. The one day said ill accept me for me. Don't hang with me. And I came out the nerd closet, and I told people, yes, I have technology. Just I have a server at my house. Yes. I have a three hundred Baud modem. I still keep it just in case. And I have a Newton from apple because one day I'm so to Japan for a lot of money. I have I have a two x SE thirty MAC. Yes. I have all that stuff. I have my cannon. Hi, eight cameras that got me started..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Off The Hook

"Do you think has has more of a future as an individual? And your answer may vary. But I think the person who who make some steaks experiments with various things and reaches out a lot. I think that's the person that will actually be more mature and somebody who was interested in actual. Learning. I mean, some of the quotes you see in the Reuters article itself about how he found it. So great to be part of this community of smart people where they were interested in learning. How the world worked learning how things like the telephone system worked. I mean, this is what we talk about every week. It's that curiosity that you have as a child if you maintain that childlike attitude into adulthood, you know, you're somebody who's going to be a lifelong learner that's the exact opposite of what we have in the White House right now, we have gotten some some not a lot. I'll I'll I'll give the media credit not a lot. But some increase as to whether or not our work subscribe to twenty six hundred and we will never doesn't matter. What what you entice us with? We will never give out that information. So was reader you can speculate on that. But we are certainly not going to tell people who reads magazine, and who does not even if the whole Trump family is reading the magazine, we're not gonna reveal that information. So stop asking. I just wanted to add that you know, I wouldn't. Take our comments here as necessarily any kind of position endorsement, and I feel kind of. Pretty confident or I feel very strongly that about what you said about him. Maybe not having some of the policies that you agree with is certainly don't agree with him on everything. And I'm not endorsing them at all though. But I think that it's really it's of concern or of interest to our community. And how this is characterize like also you both were saying going forward how this is used house. It's how it's characterize will be interesting. It also is instructive about some of his policies. This will be in the back of our minds. We'll be back in the back of a lot of people's minds. When when things like, I don't know FCC policy, trolley policy, whatever it is next generation networking, or whatever computing or privacy issue comes up, we'll want to know perhaps where where he fits and why and what what how he has evolved. Because people do change the fact that he in fact that even knows about these things, I think is is well ahead of most other candidates. It might. Be that that makes him very well suited for the kind of future. We're going to be experiencing, and I think that goes back to the age thing I was commenting on. Yeah. Absolutely. And just to build again on Kyle saying that my comments as laudatory as they were about Beto and in his past or really about his past not as present certainly not endorsing him as a candidate not yet. But you know, look, everything is going to be weighed and measured as the as things unfold. And let's see how this how this progresses. It's going to be rather. Interesting Bater, a rock was a misfit teen out pass out Texas in the nineteen eighties. When he decided to seek out bulletin board systems. Those are the online discussion forums. We talk about a lot on this show at the time. They were the best electric means for connecting people outside the local school church and neighborhood when dad bought an apple two E three hundred Baud modem, and I started to get on boards both in boards. It was the Facebook of its day. It just wanted to be part of a community a rock soon. Started his own board taco land. Which was free wheeling and largely about punk music. We should as Jason Scott if he has any BBS printouts of taco land or anyone out there has has printouts taco van. We'd like to see them Email us OT at twenty six hundred dot com. This was the counterculture maximum rock and roll the magazine were part of that as well. Buying records by catalogue you couldn't find it record stores..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"They're so delicious, and those I had we had pork tenderloin with like a Honey glaze. And it was good. This is nice is this you guys actually sitting around that is actually the US it will serve you have that fireplace in your off. We do teddy Roosevelt slept in that town house. Oh, jeez. Yeah. When he was president. Yes. When I when MRs Roosevelt kicked him out, they were remodeling the White House. Oh, I remember that. That's right. They moved out for slept there that is. So this looks like it would be fun anytime, you're in DC anytime any techy is in DC, designer engineer or product manager. Come by. We will give you a tour. Oh, it's kind of like an open house, it it takes like ten minutes to see the place. It's USD DS dot gov. That's really really awesome. So battle Beto Rourke. Former Texas congressman is announced his candidacy for president in twenty twenty and must be I think surely is the first US presidential candidate to have been a member of a hacker group as a teenager. It was great. It was just like Mike goodness. We might fight. Finally, get a congress person. Who knows we'll now please. Lisi? No tech. He can hack your mom. Yeah. So what is the cult of the dead cow? Well, they've been around a long time. I know any hacker group called the cows. Cow. This guy. I level say of they weren't bad guys. They were hacktivists right political. Yeah. Must before Nana Mus. I mean, they they got the name because originally set up in a full muscles a house in Texas on grew up in the mid nineteen eighties. One thing to ruin just getting off the ground in these. These people are being involved with this that loan mid eighties. This was a couple of years after IBM Boorda its first PC and apple put out it's yeah. They developed back horrifies which say back orifice. I remember them. Yeah. That was them. Although apparently was not responsible in any way, shape or form for that. But. With the name because it's one of the best hacking hacking. For journalists. The time always I wasn't in the trade then. But when that came out, it was just like poten- done, why GAN's role talking about it on screen savers. Are you kidding? Yeah. Apparently his handle was psychedelic warlord. Yes. Good handle. You know, could I could see that on a bumper sticker. Psychedelic warlord twenty twenty twenty. At the same time, so many members of the Kodi cow as she now become mainstream technologists, and this is the way the industry works. I mean, see wasn't that concern jobs? Blue-box studying new is gates was dumpster diving Michael Dell was dumpster diving. It's there's a long tradition of this sort of getting over the slightly seamier end of thing the real bona fide, he's come from the fact that he ran a BBS on his apple two E with the three hundred Baud modem calls taco land. Which is a it was a punk music BBS. That's street. Cred yen. You know, I think that shows he does know technology is it going to be an issue though, with the electorate is this something that opponents could use against the well if he's running against Mr. grub than by the pussy. We'll be a tough one is the good news. He's not the four hundred pad hacker in your mom's basement. No, no. But hacker is not a word. You wanna have attached to a presidential candidate in most cases? Or maybe maybe maybe it's. Man, maybe an actor did that I was gonna say I'm sorry. If if you go the the the Carnegie supporters of the current incumbent in the White House getting on someone's back about being a hacker, you've really got a skewed sense of priorities. I don't, you know, I think, you know, Frank, I think, you know, being in an a hacker group in the nineteen eighties is probably the least of better works problems. You know, I mean six years in congress. He didn't really do anything. Yeah..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Is you know, it's the story of a lot of what are called dropouts nobody necessarily intended not graduate my career took off. And I always thought I'd go back and finish. But I didn't. All right. So here's what happened in this. Great job where he in the Reagan administration. And for me, it was like a dream come true, given my background, right? But one day they walk in and they say the funding for your role it. We're gonna have a gap of a month or two you've got to go chill. And I'm like, go chill a guy like a car payment and rent payment. No way. So I found job. This was doing it was at the office of personnel management and public affairs, and it was during the Reagan administration. So at that time a lot of federal the federal government was shrinking and some was kind of a big part of where the action was. Okay. So I hopped over to this temporary job for the world's nations. I pure play on line services called the source a lot of people don't remember it. And boy once I was there. I realized wow talk about an opportunity to empower and sort of make equal. I want you to take that apart. Why did you think that because I thought that you thought that not a lot of people said this was a social network essentially, it was really an early clunky. All text online service that was delivered at three hundred Baud. I write about this in the book, the book is not a biographies. But I put vignettes in there and kind of funny about that is at three hundred Baud it would take forty hours to download one song. So we are talking soup necessarily. Okay. Well, anyway, GE decided that they wanted to start an online service. So they recruited me to do that. And I was at GE for about three years. I may find you. Well, and why did they decide ready tiny little industry than maybe a hundred of us, you know, all around the United States working on this stuff? So they called and they were down the road. And all of these are outside where we are today. Washington DC and the burbs, and so there's a hub here because the network and the presence of the military and armed Banet and all of that east is here. I do I do. So it turns out that a lot of early technology spun out of this area. But anyway, so I was GE and I figured oh man talk about a brand and budgets. This is really going to drive to mainstream itchy. Well. It turns out the company was pretty risk averse. They had a really good yet going. They were the most valuable company in the world. And I think they really weren't interested in taking a lot of risks. Right. So right about the time this coming to clear, I get another call. And this is from the company that was going to become a oh, also I ended up going to tell my friends thought I was insane. Truly nuts. Like they were. Shrill, what are you doing? Because I had a good Gigi. I was on the management track. I'd done to management training that was world renowned doing it. I was marketing manager for basically, creating this new online service. And so I moved over to a well as an officer of the company part of the executive staff and never looked back here. I mean, as you know at its peak at carried more than fifty percent of the nation's internet traffic. He did. I like to say, you know, we got to our first million customers in nineteen ninety five and my nineteen Ninety-six we had five million..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Is you know, it's the story of a lot of what are called dropouts nobody necessarily intended not graduate my career took off. And I always thought I'd go back and finish. But I didn't. All right. So here's what happened in this. Great job where he in the Reagan administration. And for me, it was like a dream come true, given my background, right? But one day they walk in and they say the funding for your role it. We're gonna have a gap of a month or two you've got to go chill. And I'm like, go chill a guy like a car payment and rent payment. No way. So I found job. This was doing it was at the office of personnel management and public affairs, and it was during the Reagan administration. So at that time a lot of federal the federal government was shrinking. And so was kind of a big part of where the action was. Okay. So I hopped over to this temporary job for the world's nations. I pure play online services called the source a lot of people don't remember it. And boy once I was there. I realized wow. Talk about an opportunity to empower and sort of make equal I want you to take that apart. Why did you think that because I thought that you thought that not a lot of people said this was a social network essentially, it was really an early clunky. All text online service that was delivered at three hundred Baud. I write about this in the book, the book is not a biographies, you know, but I put vignettes in there. And what's kind of funny about that is at three hundred Baud it would take forty hours to download one song. So we are talking soup necessarily. Okay. Well, anyway, GE decided that they wanted to start an online service. So they recruited me to do that. And I was at GE for about three years. I may find you. Well, and why did they decide ready tiny little industry than maybe a hundred of us, you know, all around the United States working on this stuff? So they called and they were down the road. And all of these are outside where we are today. Washington DC in the burbs. And so there's a hub here because the network and the presence of the military and armed Banet and all of that. East is here. I do. So it turns out that a lot of early technology spun out of this area. But anyway, so I was GE and I figured oh man talk about a brand and budgets. This is really going to drive to mainstream MSCI. Well, it turns out the company was pretty risk averse. They had a really good yet going. They were the most valuable company in the world. And I think they really weren't interested in taking a lot of risks. Right. So right about the time this coming to clear, I get another call. And this is from the company that was going to become a oh, also I ended up going to tell my friends thought I was insane. Truly nuts. Like they were. Shrill, what are you doing? Because I had a good Gigi. I was on the management track. I'd done to management training that was world renowned doing it. I was marketing manager for basically, creating this new online service. And so I moved over to a well as an officer of the company part of the executive staff and never looked back here. I mean, as you know at its peak at carried more than fifty percent of the nation's internet traffic, did I like to say. Say, you know, we got to our first million customers in nineteen ninety five and my nineteen Ninety-six we had five million..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Buck was the best motorcyclist. I ever knew he got killed on his motorcycle a few years back than tragically. I believe at an intersection on nineteenth avenue side side, blindsided. But Mark used to say in every tool there is a hammer. And it's to me one of the greatest maker axioms. There is you can always use the tool for a purpose. It was not intended in a pen. And so that comes out on may seventh. Awesome. I start production on the next show for science channel crazy on Monday. Wow. In four days. So it's a very busy front half of twenty hundred. So it's free time awfully we may get a little we may get a little light on the one day builds over the next couple of months, he pocketed, and we have a few pockets, and I we may have to do a couple of weekend day builds. No problem, you know, shift are scheduled just a little bit. Because I got a couple of things I got it too. Yeah. Well, you've got to get ready for Kansi's in the summer. You'll be clear by then. Right. I don't believe I believe I'm not going to send Diego. Come. I think the next I go to New York in entrepreneur bird because the fiftieth anniversary of the most of polo eleven I very well might be in DC over the actual days of send you Comecon. Wow. Yeah. So much influx. There is so much influx. Holy hell, how exciting is it to see? The most distant object. Nasa has ever I turns out to be eight. But they went with them ten thousand kilometers or something of a movie of an object. That is a thousand kilometers across going fifty thousand kilometers an hour a minute, right. With a gopro on it to go film another bullet like about, and and you don't know how it's going to go for nine hours after the event, right? Yeah. Oh my God. Or and we won't get all the data for one. I think they said two years is what is what it's coming in like three hundred Baud or whatever the speed of the deep space network, isn't that range? Yeah. The patience of people who are in charge of the JPL folks who drive robotic explorers is astounding to me and the Chinese landed the first job ever on the dark side of the moon, which isn't really dark soft landing soft landing or soft landing. Yeah. And they drove out the little Rover guy. Amazing. Yeah. So I just gendered the rope Rover. I apologize for that was bad. Hilarious. What did you guys aside from spider verse any other media that you took it? Oh, gosh. I saw off man. I always talk. Oh, man. It is worth seeing in the big screen really is a bombast tick. Combination of every blockbuster. It's come on the past ten years on a scale of gopher wonder woman to man of steel where does it fall? It's I think it's more fun than many steel not as good as one that's fairly low bar. I mean, look wonder one was pretty good, man. Feel. Wondering what has a bad third act, but up to that? It's. Just like, I ag- nor all the other raiders films. There's other raiders films. Exactly what I did. Watch was interesting exercise. I watch both the original. I think nineteen four sixties seventies. Murder on the Orient Express. And the Kenneth Brana one just as a point of comparison..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Buck was the best motorcyclist. I ever knew he got killed on his motorcycle a few years back than tragically. I believe at an intersection on nineteenth avenue side side, blindsided. But Mark used to say in every tool there is a hammer. And it's to me one of the greatest maker axioms. There is you can always use the tool for a purpose. It was not intended in a pen. And so that comes out on may seventh. Awesome. I start production on the next show for science channel crazy on Monday. Wow. In four days. So it's a very busy front half of twenty hundred. So it's free time awfully we may get a little we may get a little light on the one day builds over the next couple of months, he pocketed, and we have a few pockets, and I we may have to do a couple of weekend day builds. No problem, you know, shift are scheduled just a little bit. Because I got a couple of things I got it too. Yeah. Well, you've got to get ready for Kansi's in the summer. You'll be clear by then. Right. I don't believe I believe I'm not going to send Diego. Come. I think the next I go to New York in entrepreneur bird because the fiftieth anniversary of the most of polo eleven I very well might be in DC over the actual days of send you Comecon. Wow. Yeah. So much influx. There is so much influx. Holy hell, how exciting is it to see? The most distant object. Nasa has ever I turns out to be eight. But they went with them ten thousand kilometers or something of a movie of an object. That is a thousand kilometers across going fifty thousand kilometers an hour a minute, right. With a gopro on it to go film another bullet like about, and and you don't know how it's going to go for nine hours after the event, right? Yeah. Oh my God. Or and we won't get all the data for one. I think they said two years is what is what it's coming in like three hundred Baud or whatever the speed of the deep space network, isn't that range? Yeah. The patience of people who are in charge of the JPL folks who drive robotic explorers is astounding to me and the Chinese landed the first job ever on the dark side of the moon, which isn't really dark soft landing soft landing or soft landing. Yeah. And they drove out the little Rover guy. Amazing. Yeah. So I just gendered the rope Rover. I apologize for that was bad. Hilarious. What did you guys aside from spider verse any other media that you took it? Oh, gosh. I saw off man. I always talk. Oh, man. It is worth seeing in the big screen really is a bombast tick. Combination of every blockbuster. It's come on the past ten years on a scale of gopher wonder woman to man of steel where does it fall? It's I think it's more fun than many steel not as good as one that's fairly low bar. I mean, look wonder one was pretty good, man. Feel. Wondering what has a bad third act, but up to that? It's. Just like, I ag- nor all the other raiders films. There's other raiders films. Exactly what I did. Watch was interesting exercise. I watch both the original. I think nineteen four sixties seventies. Murder on the Orient Express. And the Kenneth Brana one just as a point of comparison..

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"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred baud" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Going to sleep. Early NASA decided to changing a diaper. Oh, yeah. Changing diaper. Sorry. It was more exciting than tabletop games with will. Nasa decided to have its own party because the new horizons probe spacecraft everyone call it is out in the Kuyper Bill, which is the band of asteroid like kind of objects beyond at the edge of our solar system. And they kind of picked an object at random that. They would be able to go to called a two thousand two zero one four MU sixty nine and they did a fly by it on. Well, they did a fly by a few days earlier, but they got started receiving telemetry from new horizons that flew by on New Year's Eve slash day, depending on your time zone. Now, this is beyond Pluto where this base craft is what do you think the data rate is coming back to earth data rate? I don't know three hundred Baud it's actually better than that. It's almost a kilobit an hour. Actually so worse than kill bite kill bit. Bite killed by one k b three hundred dollars three hundred bits per second. Yeah. Much worse. Orders of magnitude worse than that. It's not per hour per second. Sorry, I want it. So it's a kill byte or bit kilobits per second. Okay. That's pretty good. That's not bad. It's not like a light our away. No. It's. How far away is through lanes or different things. It's pretty far knows it's more than that. It's like a day late. Yeah. It's a light day. Oh, yeah. What did you say? Like, our I meant day. Yeah. So it's far far it is far to get that kind of transmission rate. That's pretty good. Well, so they're starting to assemble the information from it. We got our first image as we're recording this podcast. They had the press conference released an image object saw the blurry. And we saw blurry pixelated image of what looked like a peanut. And and it was tumbling end over end. And so they did enhance enhance enhance on it. And it looks like BB eight. It literally looks like BB eight to two spheres is to fears. It's a snowman and on the tops fear. There's two places that are slightly brighter. Just because of how the image projected freaking looks like a lot like BB eight. So is that an actual enhanced version of what we already received the more detailed data assembled this image. But it took more data to assemble that. Yeah. Very cool. So some of the images you saw yesterday during the initial fly by were composites based off of what they've seen from telescopes and some initial data from new horizons just confirming that existed, so when they did enhance enhance enhance we got BB eight not too bad. I still think it's crazy that they just picked a random object out in the Kuyper Bill fluid thing by it. And we're getting pictures back of this. The I was live streaming the the press conference. Earlier when we were talking about banner set the NASA dude is like jumping out of his seat. He's so excited to see this kind of data and because it has this weird shape. A why does it have this weird shape like a snowman in space kind of a strange shape? Maybe it's not as weird as you think. Yeah. So exactly. And also, it's probably tumbling kind of in this kind of weird way as well because it has that shape. So it's going to give us all sorts of information about this. I love that that spaces so predictable because of weightlessness and lack of air and physics. We know where things are going to be and we can send things to them. But we haven't number variables. That's really cool determinate de-facto that they're able to do it with such regularity to as amazing one other piece of information that sort of dropped while we were away is that the Trump administration has has indicated that it's EPA is going to roll back regulations of. Of mercury emissions from coal fired power plants, and I want to bring this up because this is actually an area of expertise for me. I had a whole business related to capturing mercury from from carbon sources and did some work in coal fired power plants. This is one of those things that I call sort of a big deal..

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