25 Burst results for "Three Screens"

"three screens" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"three screens" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Like one $40 laptop hub can give you a laptop's hubs worth of components, memory card access. There are a whole bunch of other things that you can add really easily through that one cable connection and still charge your phone. This is the huge difference between a lightning connector and a proper USB three device connection. So that to me becomes the bigger the bigger draw. The final transfers do get faster, but it's harder for me to quantify exactly how much faster they might get because we're also talking about mobile chipsets and that performance isn't necessarily an oranges don't oranges comparison against proper computers, also sending files over USB three, you do get the full support of USB three on a phone though with the exception of the pixel, which doesn't have video out and that drives me crazy. It drives me nuts on a Xiaomi on a me 11 ultra. I desperately want my vivo back because it had really good support for video output. The duo finally got on Android 11, the dual one now has a reasonably good desktop mode that got activated. The desktop mode on the dual one is cute because it acts like a third screen of your home screen. It's slow and it's kind of twitchy. It is not ready for mission critical applications, but it's an intriguing step in it doesn't look like the Android desktop mode. It looks like another panel on the surface. Like if you turned your duo into a trifold, you're monitor connected to that connected to the duo becomes a third panel, which is pretty sweet. It's almost like you get a surface trio if that makes any sense. Oh, that's the Dory. I can't really answer 'cause it doesn't really ask the selfie the front facing camera. Pixel 6 versus 6 pro, I've only had the 6 pro. So I can't comment on the regular pixel 6. But oh. But that's true. I do hate the front facing cameras. So take your photos from the rear facing camera, you'll be much happier..

"three screens" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"three screens" Discussed on This Week In Google

"So the credit of don't look up, they made me quite angry with the first 30 minutes to an hour of that movie. And I guess they deserve some credit for that. It made me a moat. I agree because of the president and her lack of interest. You just watching that and you're thinking, oh man, this is a total reflection of the crap that I see right now. It was too close to home. And it just, oh, it fired me up. And I almost turned it off, but I said, just continue to watch. I just read that script was written before COVID, which is the thing that's kind of interesting. Crazy, right? It was really, we don't have to go on an arm. I think avenue 5 was well, which was the only thing that was a little bit crazy. My favorite part about avenue 5 is when they lose, they're in a giant spaceship. They're out in space. It's a cruise though. And they're all doing yoga and they should tilt suddenly and everybody goes. I just, I don't know, I enjoyed that. Let's talk again about the ward new Kathy that we sometimes get off top. A little bit. I was talking about meta abandoning happy that I had culturally relevant. You were so yeah. You fit right in. Meta could revive according to the information X ROS or some pieces of it at a later date. No word why they discontinued it. And it could just be a technical issue. But it seems to me a capitulation to say, well, we'll just use Google's Android. That's exactly what they didn't want to do. That's why they were building this. I mean, at some point, you need hardware to put it on, and maybe they couldn't quite solve that problem. If not technically, maybe just in terms of supply. Maybe. You know, I think this is a blue sky thing. I don't think they expected to have something next year. As Reese, this is from the information again, as recently as June, Zuckerberg touted the importance of the new AR VR operating system. This is in June and said the team is pretty far along at this point. And then 6 months later, that's it. Never mind. Never mind. So I don't know what to read in the tea leaves. In the Apple world, there's a lot of talk about Apple launching it's kind of VR, AR headset at the end of this year for $3000. A three screen device, and then, of course, just for cyclops, I don't know what the three. Even in the rumor, they said, we don't know what the third screen would be. So they got two Sony screens very high resolution four K or maybe even 8 K screens where your eyes are, but then they're buying this other oled screen from Samsung and no one understands the eye of the back of your head. Review, I don't know. I don't know. To me, again, this is an example of Silicon Valley saying, we just got to find the next new thing. And we don't really know what it is. So we're going to do this, and I'm less than saying. I'm not sure it's actually, they're coming up with the next new thing. They're following each other. I mean. Yes. I mean, Facebook might even get credit for sort of rebooting the VR stuff. But then everybody else has to kind of do it. And the buzzwords, everybody's got to do the buzzword, whatever is the hot buzzword of the time, the cool tech. This isn't actually demonstrating a whole lot of innovation. It's demonstrating a whole lot of oh, we must do the cool thing that everybody thinks is the cool thing. And that's not necessarily a valuable contribution. It is ironic that in Silicon Valley where in theory you honor the Mavericks here's to the crazy ones. And it's just everybody. What is he doing? What's he doing? Let's do that. There's a lot of groups thinking that Silicon Valley. Speaking of which Samsung has promised a groundbreaking new TV feature.

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"three screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Just take her straight to that room. You are all man, son. Close the door. Daddy's fixed to fill valve and now it's reward time. I mean, what's that sound? Don't you worry about Dad. What's that say? Oh, yeah, the one time he's not totally engrossed in a video. Exactly. He wants his switch. He wants his Amazon. We control it. He wants his Switch is Amazon fire stick and his tablet like wants All these things are like once and you'll go into his room and I'll have the TV arm and he watches these These, um, voice memes. It's like it's like a British voiceover guy. And it's just these memes that pop up on YouTube went after the other after the other compilation, and and it's red in this voice. Man goes to the store, and he says that it's like it's all these memes read aloud in this Computerized British voice. He's got that on. He's playing his switch. And then he's on his tablet face timing one of his friends at the same time, so so we have childhood is so much different than my child. Oh, my God! You know it wasn't honestly It wasn't that long ago like maybe eight years, although, and now that's a long time For what? I'm talk. I'll say my daughter's became multi screen people. It was when they first came up with the term when someone was to screening or multi screening and it was when they would always have their phones with them while we were watching a show. Like, what is it about? You can't like, just watch the show, And now everybody has their phone next to them while they watch the show and or are looking at the phone while the show is running, so you're to everybody to screens who three screens or four screens right? That's not with their bet. That was not that long ago. The two screens was really like A lot of people kind of disturbing that you couldn't pay attention. The one I remember that, because, um, like you said, not too long ago. But when I was with my ex and we'd go to the movie theater, and I would have, and this was I had my sidekick. I was physically addicted to my sidekick. And I would not. He would keep you, like, turn it off completely, like just shut it off, And I'm like, Well, let me just live on silent and then let's just keep it here like it was, like a little comfort, blanket type of thing or whatever, but I would be all my power to not at some point, pick it up and just look like a lot. Yeah, Yeah. I mean, is that the one that slid like it looks like a rail a phone. Then it slid up and how to keyboard underneath. That is the one I'm thinking. Yeah. You love that sidekick. Technology is not going to get any better than this. I know, right? That's what we thought. That's we thought with blackberries to write Stupid little, but Usually your thumb would hit to it. I mean, it was just Library was the thing that was that That was the one that was kind of like a little like, almost like an oval, and then it had the keyboard. Uh, it was attacked on the screen. Yeah, it was. And it was all exposed, right? There was a bigger screen. Yeah, I remember, though. I didn't ever have one of those. I think serious people have those Like adults like, you know, like, uh, non side kickers, right? Well, recent. You know Brad's experience with the YouTube. I I just had a YouTube thing happened. That actually saved me from, uh, Like from Like I was going to call. It was actually a plumber situation right away. It was like my oil burner. There was there's nothing on the walls Electric, and it's going just in their flashing and taking the whole time. Just like what is this? I don't understand. I started looking it up on YouTube like I do. How do you look up thing on the wall is going back. And, uh, I don't know. How do I look that up? I don't know what to call it. So, uh, I figured, all right. It's got to be electrical. Uh, I'm looking where it's going to on a burner and what's next to it? I'm like, all right. It's uh so I was put in like oil burner transports oil valve, electric pain. Weird sub burner sounds, even though it's not the burners next to it, whatever I eventually found it. And, uh, it kept me from getting the plumber right away. But it's still something I couldn't do. But like it gives you this knowledge where you don't have to call up and say this thing is making a sound And should you and then they come over 120 bucks to visit and then they're like, Oh, this is nothing. All you do is flip it off and restarted like that would be the worst. So I want to avoid the so YouTube saved that I find out It's called, like a relay or something. And it's whenever, like, you want hot water, or you want to turn on heat or whatever it sends, like a message to this thing that starts up the oil burner. Oh, I learned this from YouTube and I said, Well, I can't fix this. So now I know for sure I do want to pay the guy to come over to replace it fixed or whatever has to be done. And then I don't you know, because how many times in my life Have I had someone come over something And you feel stupid because then they say, Oh, it was just this. Why couldn't tell me that on the phone because it's 99 bucks or under 20 bucks to come over. That's how it works, and that's what YouTube can save you. That's why, Yeah, I can. But last way I like sometimes I'm grateful about the apartment life because I will literally call and I will sometimes be embarrassed. Like, Oh, that was it. And I don't like to have to rely on other people. I would like to do it myself At the same time, I do pay rent, and they have designated for that. So I know you. Yeah, Like I'm gonna I'm gonna use it. And that's all right, too. A lot. But I do feel like an idiot. I know exactly what you mean. You're like, Oh, I could have done that right now. But you got to know that you're not the only one ever and that they're used to this stuff. Where And everybody just has no idea. That's why they're professionals at it. And we do. What do we know? You know, kind of out of our depth so well, congratulations to breath. Thank you. Very, very proud of you for fixing the toilet. Serve you. You need any plumbing or whatever done, you know, Uh oh, You know, if they got time, I got a list of people that.

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"three screens" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"three screens" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on Now Try This

"Go to the movies if you felt comfortable by. Oh yeah marcus. I am so sorry. I should've asked that question. This movie is in theaters. And you the first challenge of a live in person new brand new movie that it was not streaming same day somewhere experience. Yeah it was. It was interesting. Because i don't. I still do not feel comfortable repeater. If i'm being honest i feel like it's too. It's too much too soon. I feel like during the whole pandemic. i had to go to work so it wasn't like i was getting to core quarantined a little bit but like once a week are still going into the office and working because they needed migo so i've been on public transportation this whole time. I've been like luckily having haven't sick but it's just it's it's been a lot and now that i feel like everything's opening everything everyone's like ready to go back. I ticket things a little slower. I'm own a little more leisurely. If you so on tuesday darren. I drove two hours to go to the drive in. Whoa really sorry. After work outside was five. It was fun we had a good. We liked it better so it was good but because of that and because it's summertime. I could barely see the first like six minutes of the movie because the sun was out and it was a dry. I kind of saw savoy here. Let me tell you that. I'll tell you the first guys exclusive. He's gonna try. This is movie opens spiral the book. Saw your atta affair. Oh no problem but can undercover. Sorry you don't always a copy of this guy fucking look like miami vice with the white cap and a white blazer white pants hanging out and he's like ordering like if i can coin dog or some shit and then he sees somebody an uncle sam literally and uncle sam steal a purse from somebody out you see him like side himself really big and he's like wade stopped there cop. He was off duty cop but he starts chasing the guy as you know he shouldn't. Yeah then the guy sneaks under under a man hold onto the sewer and you literally see him honestly. I feel. I felt i felt for the guy. He was like a big sigh. Like would anybody know. If i didn't go down am is supposed to go down there. I am a couch bach. And then he starts to go down and then he is flashlight looking through going down the sewer and then classic saw moment where he's looking down can't see anything and then what's in them. A guy in a pig head and then there's black any wakes and then he wakes up and he's standing on a stool attached to this weird contraption to the train track and his tongue is like in a thing right now more of the movie at this point good bye definitely getting part so it looks very reminiscent of the reverse bear trap from. Aw one yeah. I was gonna say something soda we re. You gave me enough time to watch this movie. I could have watched it over the weekend right. I was like chardonnay. I've i've saturday free. I don't get free and clear. We can t go on a hike gone. A nice derive have a good time. You know sounds like a perfect weekend. Perfect saturday movie end the day. It a beautiful movie is seeing saw for the podcast. Come home have a good title is perfect. Go online to buy tickets to the drive in. And you know what's playing next. Not spiral fucking bon. Jovi concert at the drive-in on aglow three screens. I guess it was life. Nothing said it was live. Had just said bon jovi concer wasilla always from jersey right. I don't know he's from. But i don't care famously from jersey but this was a new york heater so it was a new york theater. Nick okay. I looked up another feeder. I looked up a separate theater. That was also like two hours away. I was like you know. It's a saturday like who cares. We can make the long trip. You wanna make long-term. I don't give a shit and then you know what the fuck out at that theatre to nick budge. Lovie fucking bon. Jovi got sir is fucking stupid. Every fucking theater everywhere was only gone. Jovi on saturday fucking movie. Oh my god. I'm so sorry. When did you see it. I saw at this tuesday after work came home. Dilute car drove fun movie. So you gotta be like seven got in the car made like nine o'clock showing watch this two hour film like eleven and then got home one. Am no it. wasn't that bad. The movie was like an hour and a half two hours. There's pretty short. So twelve. Thirty alex so sorry is more matt. Bon jovi you for the salvage. That sucks so much. I'm so fucked. Bon jovi i. I went to an alamo in brooklyn and he I went to elleman brooklyn than there is like a people. I don't know it. It's i i understand where you're coming from about. You know slowly reusing. But because i was working at the restaurant i feel like i was so exposed to normal fair and i think in the back of my head. I know how little shits so many people give right now. That meet giving a couple. Feels like a gross over exaggerating here. So i if felt five for me. I get that going to the alamo. I had pizza. It didn't taste great. It was like. I don't know greasy. Whatever but i'm bon jovi. Also i think he made her pizza. And that's what happened. Bon jovi very famously. The enemy of this podcast sent forever now so after that opening and the guy. So it's so. I mean it's somebody's getting the trap. Was he lied on the witness. Stand a lot like hundreds of times or something so the he had to rip his own tongue yet by the weight of himself to get out of the way from the train. Yep easy easy. Easy peasy doable. Like i watched this movie than the whole.

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"three screens" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Stunts with tesla's Driver assistance features one individual was arrested by police recently for writing in the back of a moving tesla race on bail and they video of himself doing it again on the way home from jail as the next web reports the trend for video showing people using also pilot and full self driving without following the guidance provided by tesla has become so pronounced. The tiktok has now go to the stage of adding disclaimers. It says and i quote the action in this video could result in serious injury and quite well. I like to always see the positive side of stories. Look on the bright side but this is pointless. isn't it because if you're the kind of person who does this unless we allow the phrase dickhead right now. There's that translates around. The world isn't just a wonderfully english insults or dickhead universally used. I'd hope it is because you're addicted of driving to tom. Piece of machinery down a road and sitting in the back seat of it. While i'm taking my kids to school and threatening my life you're addicted and you're not going to read a tiktok disclaimer. Saying all this video you're watching is dangerous like you can ignore that right. So when people see these videos they want to copy them actually against the social media networks own community guidelines. They've got the power to just take down reported people see one. Take them down the kind of people who see one of the things. I'll try that for myself. A warning isn't gonna help. He's responsible is social. Networks is it tesla but should do more because these people use defeat devices or whites on the steering wheel in the satan. Keep the seat buckle to fool the system all things it tesla's fault for not having better drive monitoring the is being wheeled out is it. Is it the social media. Networks should as. I think some people say to me on social media the people that do it be locked them up and throw away the keys. Well look a lot of them are just imitating what they see on social media and you know they haven't got to brain cells to rub together. They militias so just stupid. Could ask that question of so many people. I see on social media anyway so nice. Try tiktok trying hard enough. Take the video down say them. It's not anything. The a warning is going to help with removing mercedes-benz accuse the suv version of it. Okay so mercedes-benz have the. Us is super luxury. Really nice gorgeous car. There's also an suv version of it. Same name as she sang with the. Qa there's gonna be an equally and suv loads of reasons to believe the spy video that we see today is showing the s s you. The the suv version of cow is already revealed. Its covet in heavy camouflage but the headlamps overall front profile unmistakably in these shots the s styling looking inside. We see the same hyper screen single piece of glass with us all three screens behind it. So this is without doubt the. Sec version of car mercedes benz the rear the lift gate design is the same as the suv. According to ben's inside a website information yet on the suv version of the us belly over the launch favor of the what a gorgeous car. The us is If it carries over the trim levels though five hundred sixteen horsepower they'll be an amg version that will probably had a couple hundred horsepower to that as well and Four hundred and seventy eight miles of range possibly around vats if it matches the.

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"three screens" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Talk about computers and the Internet, home theater and digital photography. Smartphones. Smart watches all that jazz. 88 88 Ask Google the phone number 888827553 sixes toll free from anywhere in the U. S or Canada. Kyle is on the line from cart. I'm sorry, not child. How you coming up next Victor's on the line. He's next. Gotta go in order from Columbia, South Carolina. Hello, Victor. Hi highly was so great to talk to you. I hate to waste time by saying this, But I am a very long time Listener. Thank you for the first time caller, and and I appreciate the work that you do. I'm a weekly listeners will never a waste of time to tell me that that's wonderful. Thank you. I appreciate it. Okay, I'm a I'm not a gamer. However, I have Ah Lenovo think had the E 5 70. It's got him. I 70 processor 32 gigs around and I thought that would be adequate to play flight simulator. 2020 flight simulators challenging will not die. This is what I think that you can tell me if I'm right or not. I think that I know I don't have the I have Ah, in video. A video card. Oh, good, but it is better for me to get And so I don't think that's not. But the other thing is the processor. It's a nice seven. I thought I was good, but it's only two cores. And I don't think that's enough. How old is that machine? I bought it used at the beginning the pandemic, so I guess. Ah, year. Well, a year to you, but you got it Use. Yeah. Yeah. So flight simulator is notoriously heavy on requirements. So, uh, you know, I'll give you I'll tell you what they say. But you know these air what they call so called minimum requirements. And I 5 44 60. That's a much later I five than your eye. Seven. Uh or a rising 3 1200 in video GTX 7 70 or in a m D radio on Artie X r X 5 70 gpu those air very much I would suspect more. You're not that modern, but I would bet a little bit heavier duty than what you've got in there. I'm not sure. Eight gigs of Ram. They say you only need two gigs of V Ram. That's by the way, the Mont memory on the video card is mostly for textures. The you know. There's a mountain texture, sky, texture and airplane texture, Those textures or what take up space in the video rep. For the most part, um You know you you technically it sounds like you've got what's required when you play it, though, is the frame rate. Super slow or no, No, I don't. I don't get it. You won't even start up. But it starts and then immediately crashed. You know that May or may not be a minimum requirement issue. There may be other things going on. Of course, if it crashes. Usually it'll run on low on low spec machines. But just the frame rates so low you wouldn't want to play it things like that. Crashing isn't necessarily Doesn't necessarily mean it won't run. I have to see. Oh, try try it down. Like, you know, uninstalled. It re insulted in case there was a problem with the installation. Uh, yeah. I mean, in every way. I know how so that it starts up faster. But that's all it does. Crashes faster is what it does. Yeah, that's good. Congratulations. You've made it crash faster. You know, it's funny because I have a very high end. Modern machine. I just got with a 59 100 am dear in it and the top of the line, one of the top line and video cards of 30 80. And, uh and it flights him crashes on me Now I know if I could get it to run, it would run. Fine. I've got more than enough processor and Ram and all of that, But I suspect there's something else going on. So crash isn't necessarily indicative of Have anything. I've never figured out why it crashes on me, But I haven't spent a lot of time on it. I download you downloaded from the Windows store. Yeah, So in theory, you know, you should be getting everything and all that. You know, it's hard to know. Why is it crashing? I don't know. I do know that flights him, especially the 2020 version is pretty darn demanding. Do you play if you ever played any other games in that system? I'm not. No, no. I never had an interest in playing another game. Okay, One more thing. When? When? When? When it starts up. It doesn't give me the note that your you know the caution that your computer does not meet the minimum requirements. As a result, you may experience errors during the game you get very first chair is Pam. Yeah, It's Yeah. If it's saying when it starts you do have you don't have enough then that that you don't dual core I seven That sounds really, really old. You know, even people with brand new machines have trouble running flights in its very, very challenging So I think that this is you know, it's we don't know exactly how old is machine is but that but a dual core I seven sounds pretty darn old and there. Is there any way that you could there any of their work around that I could that I could. You might wreck No, not not on that machine. You can't. There's nothing you could do it. It's a laptop, right? Yeah, You know, there's nothing I love this machine. It's great. It's like you know what this is the problem and pretty much one of the few things that really challenges. Modern Harbor is gaming. It's what's pushing modern hardware forward. On and you know you picked one of the hardest games to play. So it's not surprising that is six or seven year old computer is not going to play that game. It's just too old. Sorry. Is there another machine that then? Because now you know, I try so hard to get now You want to play it? Don't you gotta watch out. Because the next thing you'll be buying the flight yoke and pedals. You'll be getting a special chair. You're gonna be careful. It's one thing If you think this is a very dangerous hobby. Oh, now I need 3 27 Inch monitors to simulate the windows. This is getting a big gonna head up there a laptop? Oh, sure You need it, but Yes. This is gonna do the only thing I'm gonna use that machine for Um, if you spend at least $1000 Lenovo makes alien where makes laptops that would run it there from Del. That's a gaming platform, and you know, that's one of the reasons people will buy these Lenovo makes the Legion laptop. They're gaming laptop. That's another one s. Oh, yes. There absolutely laptops. It'll run this, but they're gonna be the latest and they're going to be expensive. Which of the two do you would You surprise? I I think I heard you say before that you think highly of the nobles product. I have an alien where, but I don't have a laptop. A gaming laptop from either company. Have any alien were desktop, but I have been hearing very good things about the Lenovo Legion here. I'm gonna add one more. Problem, too. There is a massive chip shortage going on and it's hitting hardest. In these gaming cards, so it may be I I know people have been waiting for months to get their legion. So but But Lenovo makes a legion. They started about 1100 bucks that will absolutely play flights him. You may wish you had a like I said, You may wish you had three screens and that they were each 20. You have reached great fun. All right? Yeah. Come on the car. The people who get serious Get can really sink a lot of money into this game. But, you know, it's like flying I've heard from pilots is the closest thing the real deal out. There are many like in 2020 earlier. Yeah, we're just such great. Everybody's thrilled Microsoft, but it brought this back. This was one of the great Games of all time, and now they brought it back. They have updated you could fly around the Eiffel Tower, and it's like you're in a yurt there. It's incredible. Uh, but you're gonna spend a lot of money to play this game. I mean, that's just the fact that $1000 we have to. I thought the biggest expense is going to be the game itself. But it turns out not even closed the game cheap. It's 60 bucks is nothing. I'm getting the luck. You got $100 version, all right. That you're spending at least 1000 bucks now to get a gaming machine And I would inquire, you know, I would look specifically say, well, this run flight simulator. Yeah, but I think the legions everybody seems to agree. They're very good gaming laptops here. Basis makes him the R O G Republic of Game gamer systems..

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"three screens" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Sense. And Karen Ellen Becker, My guest today is Cara Auburn. And she is the artistic director for the Milwaukee film and we're talking about the festival, which is just around the corner. What are the dates? Exactly of the festival? Yes. So the festival this year is now don't think that you're getting it wrong Here. It's in May. Six through 20th s 0 15 days, But you may notice that we moved from October September that time of year to spring s O don't think you're you know your brain fog is not kicking in. It's it's real. It's happening. It's May six through 20th virtual festival, which means that all the films become available well. All but one film. I'll talk about that come available at noon on the six so you can kind of choose your own adventure. When it comes to opening night. We do have an opening night film that is marked as such, and that will be welcoming the filmmakers that evening to chat with them about their film and kind of celebrating him uplifting that film, But all the films become available, except for one. But that's our closing night film, which is actually only available on the 20th Esso with Film festival being changed to spring. Is this a permanent change? Or is this due to the pandemic Since we took over operation of the Oriental Theater in 2018? You know, we had been a fall festival. We kind of moved in October. We're really excited about that. But once we started operating the theater, it became evident to us that Our job, which is really to bring films and put them on screen that otherwise wouldn't get on screen, right. We talked earlier about those, you know, it's not the multiplex. It's on every screen movies. We didn't fully recognize the impact that operating a theater year round would have on that. We have three screens all year to bring those great films and put them on screen and make sure audiences get a chance to see them. And in the fall film festivals are sort of all kind of leading up to that award season. Buzz and We felt a little like a corner in terms of what we could show what was available for us to show and moving to spring with something we're like. Oh, well, Maybe if we moved to spring will kind of get out of our own way a little bit. We'll still have those same films to play in the fall as they come theatrically through. But spring is a little closer to some of the premier festivals in the early winter that we show films from It might give us a little bit more access. Brain filmmakers in because by fall, they're often on to their next project, or they are in a press junket that doesn't always wind up neatly with our festival. So we're really moving to spring as kind of a long anticipated goal. The pandemic does give us that flexibility to sort of do something different and be forgiven for it. But it also because we are presenting a virtual festival both the last October and then this May We couldn't have done that with an in person festival just in terms of the venue rentals and travel and staff. It would have been really difficult. So we're really excited about this. We see it as you know, if not permanent, permanent, permanent, so big word. Especially after this last year, but really long term move that will really help us kind of cement ourselves in and figure out what Milwaukee's film Festival really is, without all the sort of framework that fall festivals have. How important is the Milwaukee Film Festival to the city of Milwaukee? And how do we compare with other film festivals around the country? So film festivals kind of fall into like three buckets. There's the premier festivals, the market festivals where films picked up by distributors on Do you know your son dances? You can you know those film festivals that you've heard of, even though you've never been those ones on Then there's festivals like ours that serve kind of a region or a city or that are kind of unique in their own way, but aren't necessarily a place for films are bought and sold. On. Then there's festivals that are much more specialized in niche, You know, short film festivals, horror film festivals, festivals that really dig in deeper into a particular kind of film. So we really I think for the city, I mean, are in 2019 we had over 85,000. Attendees of you know, we're a big festival. That's a lot of people. It's a lot of movies. It's a lot of that, in that buzz on the streets and in the in the restaurants near the theaters to talk about great films. Are virtual festival last year had 66 something attendees, which is pretty remarkable. Yeah, you know, you get counted a couple of times each time you watch a film, but it really shows that there's that drive that energy that Milwaukee while we may not be a super huge media market does really have, you know, avaricious filmgoers, audiences that want to see more than just like Flyover country is assumed to want Tonto, and I think we're putting us on the map that one it Z. Very rare for a film company to own their own theater. Yes, so there's there's a handful of festivals around the country that Yeah, operating theater you around as well. It's becoming more and more common. Because it really kind of helps You do exactly what I describe Show these great films at this time of year show. These great films really expand what kinds of films you're able to connect audiences to because that's really the business. We're all in, right. We're wanting to make sure that films and filmmakers connect with their audience and find their audiences and know that their audiences live in Milwaukee and live in wherever right, they don't you know, film going? Audiences don't only live in New York and L. A And we have a great school system and a great opportunity for growth within Milwaukee for those young people who don't want to be filmmakers, and there's some awards that are given out for that as well. Yeah. So you know, we're really trying to be like that full pipeline and not just for people who've already figured out If I'm a filmmaker, or Oh, I love to go to the movies. We want to make sure that that those paths are available for all So in our youth programs, we are bringing students to the theater or right now, bringing films really high Quality festival quality, interesting independent films into their classrooms to sort of expand media literacy outcomes. We also bring filmmakers into classrooms to really give visibility to films are made by people and this person looks like me. Sounds like me. Talks like me can relate to this person who made this thing and really giving visibility to that career path until the variety of career pads in film. I think films are not just made by one person. Usually it takes a real team. It's a really collaborative effort, you might say. Well, I'm not like I don't want to be a filmmaker, but like I want to support film. But maybe you're an accountant, will you? There's careers just doing accounting for films. Um, it's supporting in those sorts of ways. So it's really important for us to make that visible to young people here in the sum of the film programs that I know we're going to touch in the next interview. You've got the American independence. You've got art and artists. You've got black lands Cream City Cinema cinema. Hola, God since in Front, Terra's documentary film Festival General, Queer rated K. For Kids Shorter is better The world view. You've got a teen screen and you've got some vision, which is wonderful categories, and within each one of those categories are films that lend themselves to that. And so I think what we'll do so we have a little longer segment is take up right now. And let's get into the fun part and talk about some of the films that air coming. I'd love to know some of your favorite picks and Then, at the end of the show, Let's talk about membership. How people conjoined how they can access the film festival. What is included in that because there's things that happen all year round when you remember so with that will be back. I want to say again. The film festival is May six through the 20th. We're just Take in the corner around to get in there and we'll be right back. It's spring and everything is getting greener. Why should your pockets be any different 12 times each weekday, clear the nationwide spring green cash contest on Wi a San and you might line those buckets with.

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"three screens" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Though so al you've gotten to the bottom of this or no well. Yeah well people can talk themselves into what they consider legal and illegal the copyright laws right now haven't really caught up with streaming. But the reality is this if you use one of these like a hack fire stick and you simply stream something and you don't download it a copy to your own computer technically. You're not doing anything illegal. Right the person that's getting stream is pirating illegal stream so however you want to feel about yourself whether you wanna say you're a criminal or not technically will you be thrown in jail. No but you know you're getting something for free that you should be paying. Okay so let me ask you this. Let's say you have a nephew. That's yala jr. And you want to give that nephew your netflix account. So he can watch whatever he wants to watch in college and you can watch whatever you want to watch at home in your house netflix. Do you find that to be something. That's legal or as long as you're paying for. The two screens with can on netflix screens. Three screens forest grains that. No then. i think you're okay. 'cause you're paying you feel like that's okay. I feel like that's okay because the house right. So how about if you. You're giving to your neighbor in the condo next to you. Same thing if i'm paying for the additional screen that's okay but to give them a free pass now something else. I just found out about. I don't know if you knew this house speaker to colleges and stuff so apparently because there are students that wanna watch..

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"three screens" Discussed on This is Only a Test

This is Only a Test

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on This is Only a Test

"There's both is live classes that you know. Thousands of people participate in together. I think it's upwards of ten thousand people are in a class together at the same time and they have prerecorded ones that you can watch as well. They also have like the scenic rides where you're just in a location near just taking a ride Almost like in a you know they had like some sort of you know one eighty rake to kinda document it It it's nice. I don't know if it's nice to have a low positively. It is cultish for sure if it gets you exercise. Yeah when you're when you're in the live class it's a one too many you know it's a of metro experience. So i'm curious. What the interface that. The instructor sees they see webcam. Footage is there a webcam as our camera. There is at him so they see like a grid. Kazumi video of you know hundreds of potential participants or they see stats. Biometrics can what can they do to affect like your experience. There's whole blog posts that go over this. They don't see there's no live camera feed of people but they can highlight people they. They seem to have three screens going. They have a laptop and the screen on their bike and clearly they can see like a feed. That's coming on their screen as social feed of. Who's its first class. And they give people shout outs or who is like reach their milestone like five hundred ride or something like that. You're getting fed by an algorithm that tells them about the people that are kind of enrolled in the class and then they're getting live sort of views on the program that they're taking people on know how fast and all of this kind of stuff and so they have multiple screens to manage the class. You can clearly tell. Even though there's only the one person running the class there support people feeding them information somehow rising have like an ear pace in they have some sort of communication going on with somebody. That's recording. Is it sort of like a twitch stream or a live youtube stream where where he occasionally they will say people's names or respond to any some kind of input they're receiving from the viewers. Yeah i mean it's it's not an input. It's usually just from participation. So you have no way of interacting with them per se but they will but like integrates with spotify is the music they play. You can like add to your own. Spotify lists I haven't hooked up to strava and all this kind of stuff. What is hilarious to me. Is i mean. It's obviously expensive. Ed in in whatever it's worthwhile investment for me since we're in the pandemic period. It's amazing how people have had act at the peleton experience because you can get a stationary bike. That is helen light for much cheaper. And then add a motion sensor that essentially will allow you to track. The cadence is what they call it. Impelling glasses of how fast you revolutions are And get like a heart monitor for like a quarter of the price that peleton's offering for And you can sign up for the app so you have the same experience but you can hack it together. So i actually love the engineer of the makers that have kind of hacked.

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"three screens" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast

Masters in Psychology Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"three screens" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast

"Lot of change things have settled down And then during my research. When i was looking into how many American indians are in the psychology. Field i found that. We're really underrepresented. And i have a feeling that that's part of your focus With the programs in so tell us a little bit more about you know. We talked about your undergraduate studies. How you got into psychology now a little bit more about what turned you on about looking at more of the american indians and native americans within psychology. Well i can. I can easily look back and recall as all of my friends and relatives growing up on the reservation. Seeing citing a psychologist on most of our reservations in the seventies Sixties and seventies would have been about as rare as seeing. Maybe amelia earhart and bigfoot. Riding on the back of the loch ness monster. Going down the road it was. It was something that you just didn't see. And and at the same time the sixties and seventies were of great Certainly national and even local upheaval in our country. Certainly similar that. We're going through now and a lot of our reservations. During that time. Were were in the throes of kind of evolutions as well if you look what happened. Pine ridge in the seventies and stuff and but but beyond that there were the psychopathology and the mental health issues and problems in substance abuse and domestic violence were were being untreated. Because the fact that there were no mental health professionals a few social workers here and there perhaps a psychiatrist that might come around once a month for the more seriously afflicted mental illnesses that required medication but short of that there was no assessment. No therapy going on in our world growing up and So clearly obviously the need was there and the need is still there. Thank you for that. That gives me even more. I do. I have three screens in front of me. So i'm looking around and looking at all of the research that i did in preparation for this and you covered some of the stuff that i was actually going to ask so. Thank you For covering that most of the time when Our audience members Listen to our podcast or watch our podcast. They they're looking for some advice from our guests. And so at this point. I want to ask you. What advice would you give to those. Who are in their undergraduate or even in their masters and seeking to continue their education in a graduate. you know Ah program as well Receiving their doctor..

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New Yorker fires Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself on Zoom

Chicks On the Right

04:00 min | 2 years ago

New Yorker fires Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself on Zoom

"Jeffrey Toobin. Was the guy who was on a zoom call right? He's works at CNN. He's a staff writer at the New Yorker magazine. And he's on a zoom call. And well, he's on to zoom calls raison. Assume call with CNN talking about the last election, but he's on another zoom call with I'm not a not 100% sure. But, uh, hey, kind of forgets where he is. It kind of gets out cameras work on a computer and he ends up tilting one of the cameras down. And it turns out that that Jeffrey Toobin Was Hmm. Not wearing Pants. And Jeffrey Toobin, You know he's on the zoom call. He was on another zoom call. But the first zoom called talking about the election was aware of what was going on on the second team calling to the camera got panned down, And then they saw the Jeffrey Toobin was Um He was. How does one say zooming himself? Hey, crazy. What else would I say? The best I could do under the circumstances. Tony Katz, Tony Cats today. So good to be with you. Yes, he was zooming himself. And New York magazine. New Yorker magazine has come out to say that we finished our investigation and he's fired. And he put out a tweet saying I got fired after 27 years. Love the magazine. I love the people maybe a little too much and And that's not have a nice day. I'm out. But he still has a job at CNN. My question, of course, is How How does he still have a job? I mean it if I did that. I can't imagine I would have a job now. Here's what's really weird, Ari. Let's say you did that. Okay, So here's where I'm Here is my oddness, I guess. That someone is that Foolhardy. Is the fireable offenses that somebody was doing? That isn't so. So Here's Here's the difference When this all happened, he said was I thought I had logged off Zoom. I didn't realize you were still on. Well, that's the firing a fence because you don't think that you're being recorded every second your computer's open. I am the guy who has tape. On my cameras. If you look at my I have two laptops. I have three screens, two laptops, and then I've got extra cameras, right? I'm doing Newsmax. I've got the camera for Fox. I've got a whole set up here. It's kind of made and by the way that we're adding another TV on there's another whole computer system coming right? We are. We are like command center. Here we are. We're the NORAD of the Midwest. We're ready. We're ready to launch the missiles do the whole thing. Of course, I tape over the cameras on my computers on my laptops. I don't trust them. Don't trust anything or anyone anywhere. What are you crazy? Not in the slightest And that you thought that, um you did it, And that's enough. You had that much faith in the in the usability of technology. You thought that was okay? That's the firing a

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Alexa can now open iOS and Android apps

The Vergecast

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Alexa can now open iOS and Android apps

"Alexa is going to be able to launch APPs on android and IOS which seems like a huge. It's weird to me. The took them this long to get here. So what? This is deep linking, so you can link to like when you click on. The notification on a tweet goes directly to the tweet in theory and right now it's broken on the iphone because everything is terrible, but Alexa hasn't. Hasn't been able to just send you directly into like the third screen on an APP, or something, because it didn't just support deep linking so they they turn that on the question is who's asking for it and how much useful to get because right now if you want to, you can make an android phones and android phone or set up an android phone where Alexa is your primary digital assistant instead of Google do. But, nobody does at best. It's like they're on the side next to it. Because Google forces other oems to you know, play ball, but if they are able to I don't know, throw much. Developers increase the functionality and interoperability with other APPS. It could in theory maybe make it a viable competitor to at least Google Assistant. You know as far as Syria competing with Syria. I mean one you can't 'cause. Apple controls the platform and to the Siri need competition I mean, let's.

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Fandom Esports and Esportz Network Eye Future Collaboration

Esportz Network Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Fandom Esports and Esportz Network Eye Future Collaboration

"My guest today is David Veto Curve CEO and president of FANDOM. Ease Sports David. Thanks for joining the show and thanks for that help with pronunciation. No problems thank his. Bane of my life but elegant. Thank you. Phantom ease. Sports is entertainment company that aggregate curates and produces unique fan focus content. The company's primary product is the fan sports APP which focuses on monetize Phantom via the blaze blockchain this week. Fandom in East sports network side a letter of intent, and we're excited about potential collaborations in the future starting with this podcast. So. David you're the new CEO. Last year. We had Henry home. The previous CEO Phantom on the podcast. What are your goals for the organization going forward? Very simple we're looking to. Grow and engage with the sports community the partnership that you just announced with sports is really going to be one of the building blocks of that goal What we want to do is build out community where people can come follow their favorite games. Their favorite teams interact with what may be going on in those sports. Events live in real time. And engage with each other in A. Unique Way that is. User friendly and engaging, so you know there's two pillars to the platform. Both of them are built on data, so we have data coming in from in game data, win-lose draws matches certain spells happening headshots towers, going down on the other side of that we have content coming in from sports network amongst other organizations that we're working with of. For stories around the Games and behind the Games what our community managers than do as sort through that data create predictions that people can. Predict and engage in real time so as you're watching in event on. Your favorite platform, you know as long as we have data to it. You can play along with that and interact with that game as on, so everyone's used to. have two screens home, always watching TV and I seem to be scrolling through something on my phone. So this is a way to really close that loop and increase engagement have. Absolutely we're definitely in the age of two screen viewing twitch capitalized on that very early on with the twitch chat and realize the people wanting to talk about what they're watching while they play it now. We're actually at the age of probably three screen view I know there's plenty of times when I'm playing her stone. My laptop browsing twitter while watch TV show, which is probably not good for my long term, health but I do anyway. You know. I have a little bit of mild. Add myself fourteen tabs open three screens. I'm looking at a laptop now about another. Desktop screened decided in TV running. Right behind it in. You know having a focused conversation with us. This is just I. think rewiring our brains, but the amount of information that you can interact with today's just fantastic. Nobody. Be Thought you could do this and. You know even when I speak to some of our investors. In People Watch. People play video games gets more entertaining than anything. I see on all these three other screens in front of me, so why not? It's A. Fun Safe Place to work right here at home and enjoying. Good content. It's not hurting anyone, so I'm all for it. I'm all for it to. It's content and again it. It highlights that disconnect towards what people enjoy watching you the second degree Buick. People love to watch you play video games because they're not entirely watching the play video games. They're also on their phones. They're also in twitch chat. Unlike a intense netflix's drama, for example where your need to be focused on it, entirely or movie, or even a sporting event where you need to really be focused in people playing video games, you'll play a battle. Royale is very second screen viewing heavy, which just shows how people are consuming content these days. There's. No thank God. I don't have to phones like I said. There's no real end to what you can do, and I think that's what's really unique about what we're trying to do here. Vandam is that. Whether you're watching imbedded stream in the APP, or you're watching. That's stream from another platform because the data comes in, you're really engaging with. On one type of content on two different screens as opposed to watch in two different screens, two types of content on it, so it really. A completes the ecosystem and we can offer benefits to the companies that we partner with. For example from Addis showing on you know a streaming platform can have that admiral in in the hand held device or vice

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"three screens" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on KCRW

"A very long list of exemptions, although if you arrive in some of the lowest risk places on the list like New Zealand, local restrictions, like a quarantine might still apply. However, people arriving into the UK from high risk countries like the United States will still be subject to the government's quarantine rules. The UK government has not achieved consensus with the Scottish Welsh and Northern Irish governments on its new style of quarantine. They could take a different approach over which countries will be exempt. The Scottish government has concerns about some of the countries on the U. K government's list. Turning to the US now and Illinois, Nevada, Oregon as well as in several cities. Minimum wage increases were set to begin July 1st. Some business owners wanted a delay because of the pandemic marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza has more Sandy Shane, born owns a three screen movie Theatre in Southern Illinois. It's closed now because of the pandemic. In May, she wrote the Illinois Legislature in governor, asking them to delay the minimum wage increase her argument extra expenses when we didn't have much money coming in, was going to make it difficult. To stay a viable business when the theater does open. Hopefully later this month, Shane Warne will have to pay her workers the new minimum $10 an hour. David Cooper at the Economic Policy Institute says minimum wage workers will spend the extra money maybe on things like movie tickets. Raising the minimum wage is one of the simplest and most straightforward ways to get money into the hands of people that are very likely to go out and spend those dollars right away. Cooper says. The best way to help small businesses cope with the pandemic and higher minimum wage. More government loans or tax deferrals. I'm Nancy Marshall gins er for marketplace..

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"three screens" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The if you want to take a this is our home we live and work here just like you you keep yourself safe I will keep you staying with all your favorite music when I was seven nine this also from some of so we thirty one of seven nine and Cheney brothers are trying to help the hard hit service industry right here in the palm beaches log on to study what is seven nine dot com you can securely and safely tipple local bartender or server right from your home if you click a button someone's been verified three screens and randomly generated and you can give them a tip so when you're starting your happy hour or you're making a gourmet meal if someone would normally help take care of you he died it's funny when I was seven nine dot com J. this call it the this is the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties are just a few minutes away on the windows seven nine what can I say about him as he was fifteen through an ad I placed in a convenience store.

"three screens" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Very way in the absence thank you Mr president only last week full of light coming from China full of medical supplies company is like following Bob has been donating these days five million ninety five months old the full gloves and much more medical supplies a statement more than a question attendees on my third screen hi last night the role that false ads on your time's going to corporations these days so are you personally working directly with China a deal while fighting with the biggest deal probably ever made and I hope they can honor their trade deal if they don't honor the trade deal then I'll tell you a different answer but I think they will they're going to spend billions of dollars for agriculture they're going to spend billions of dollars for many different things where is it or something many in our country we spend money we had a deficit a trade deficit with China for years of five hundred billion dollars four hundred billion dollars we had the biggest trade deficits in the history of the world with China now China is going to spend a lot has agreed to spend two hundred and fifty billion many billions of dollars in our country much of it going to farmers and manufacturers so I'll let you know I mean I I hope they don't honor the deals will cooperating with working for China China.

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"three screens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's an agreement in the Senate and P. R. Scott Newman says lawmakers announced a deal early this morning the announcement of what Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called a marshal plan includes hundreds of billions of dollars to hospitals it also has a relief for businesses and individuals house speaker Nancy Pelosi had earlier indicated her optimism over a bipartisan bill so lawmakers are hopeful for quick passage the agreement includes direct one time payments to Americans twelve hundred dollars per individual and five hundred dollars per child along with expanded unemployment benefits two thousand passengers aboard a Norwegian cruise ship have been allowed off in Hawaii the jul docked in Honolulu three days ago needing repairs to its propulsion system none of the passengers or the ship's thousand crew members has tested positive for the corona virus but officials in Hawaii say they've been doing checks Tim Saka Hara is with the whole wide department of transportation if anybody is symptomatic then they will have a third screen with a doctor to determine if they need to go to the emergency room or if any other further action should be taken the Joel had to cut short its twenty three day cruise of Australia and French Polynesia because ports were closing this is NPR news from Washington and this is WNYC in New York on Richard hake New York city's hospitals still stay there is a shortage of supplies like ventilators and mass to combat the outbreak officials have been asking the federal government to send items from their stockpile of Lazio says the city is starting to get some essential equipment I am pleased that there's finally a flow of real resources for New York City I mean it literally a week ago at this time we had seen essentially nothing vice president Mike pence said two thousand ventilators have been shipped to New York in two thousand more will be sent today Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is praising a bipartisan agreement reached early this morning on a two trillion dollar stimulus package the eight is aimed at strengthening businesses workers and the.

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Forget foldables: TCL shows off the first ‘rollable’ phone concept

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Forget foldables: TCL shows off the first ‘rollable’ phone concept

"Joining us now is Jason Hiner he is the editorial director at scene at hi Jason Hey good to see good did you say good to see you on the radio of course this is something you've been talking about all of twenty twenty and that's going to keep continuing it is about all of these foldable bendable rollable cell phones yeah yeah you know it's it's really caught captured people's imagination we've had our phones have looked really similar for the past decade they've gotten larger than from his banner they do more things and the cameras are better but but they are pretty similar and so people are open clearly to ideas for how they could involve and what that could look like in folding things is something holding is one of the best human inventions right we we fold our clothes and put them in drawers we fold our papers up for the week put in our pockets we fold books of that they're protected you know we fold glasses down so that they're you know less likely to break when we you know when we are using them so fourteen it is a natural thing for for any kind of technology we've seen some really some hits and some misses the galaxy fold last year from Samsung had its problems the new Motorola razr was really interesting is our looks like our old flip phones and then now the galaxy V. flip also similar well there's a new one this week you know the that was showed off that TCL they have one called the dragon him just like a three way foldable that like three screens it's almost a given little accordion this is looks like a map it looks full old school rap that you would have in your car totally I think the thing to keep in mind with the support of all this I don't let's not get you married to any of these concept that you're seeing now because they may not be the most practical I've carried around is the flip for a couple weeks now and there's some things I like about it is and things I don't there's some things that make me think I probably wouldn't use it in place of like one of today's just black slabs of real then it might not be too practical I mean foldable glass this is all sounds like a negative article yeah that was so durability is one of the big concerns I mean although there is a double durability arguments he made for like the one that folds on itself like the the flip or you know if you drop that it's more protected than you know if you're dropping it in the snow hits the screen right we've all seen the people that walk around with broken screens because they've dropped their phone so you know there there could be some there will be I'm sure some uses to this weather all phones are gonna look like this or whether we're still gonna try to find you know where the real innovation is is yet to be seen and I think we should think about it potentially for other kinds of devices to Sir you know game consulate future wearable devices of the future you know potentially making smartwatches better and and less like little tiny smartphones so there's a lot of uses for it and we're still just waiting to see how how different innovators take this in is the new direction so this is a triple folding phone what are they going to aim for next like a quadruple the you know five full what's the goal here yeah the goal is to get to you know we know that people like larger screens it's a larger screen phones are now sort of some of the most popular phones that are out there what we're trying to get you is a larger screen but not something that takes up a lot of space there are some other prototypes you're gonna see this year where folds that flight outlook just look like a normal phone today but the screen sort of slides into to you know kind of thing so the end game is to get you bigger screen because you're you can type easier on them you can watch videos better you can do all kinds of things more productively but if the end of the day when you're ready to just put it in your pocket or your bag then you know you want it to slide down to the smallest possible that's really that that is the end game with the thing okay doesn't really quick what's your verdict is it still too early on to buy these let the market kind of figure out to how to improve them and then by yes I would not recommend anyone buy these regular phone yet they're they're fun they are experimental if you love living in the future and you want a taste of it you know but don't make it your primary device that thank you for being honest with us editorial director at the net Jason Hiner thanks for

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"three screens" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on WSB-AM

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US evacuees from China head to California military base as coronavirus outbreak grows

First Light

02:08 min | 2 years ago

US evacuees from China head to California military base as coronavirus outbreak grows

"Countries are evacuating their citizens from Wuhan the Chinese city hardest hit by the outbreak of a new virus that has killed one hundred thirty two people and infected more than six thousand an airplane evacuating as many as two hundred forty Americans from Wuhan has landed in the U. S. in Alaska for refueling as they make their way to southern California this as other Americans from the centers for disease control had to China David Culbert picks up the story in Beijing this is gonna be a group of scientists we expect likely representing the CDC who would come here to Beijing and meet alongside with Chinese scientists as well as the World Health Organization now we do know the head of the WHL is actually here in Beijing men who met with president xi Jinping yesterday that was a pretty high profile gathering because in that president she came out and said that this virus is a demon virus that's the word he used and he said he would not allow it to hide here's what else is interesting he also said that he is taking personal responsibility for that appointment and containment efforts that are underway right now and that is a huge a very significant thing for him to take responsibility of it to say it publicly more than anything out with regards to those Americans who are in route to California right now we know roughly two hundred forty are on that flight to flight that left really in the early morning hours local time it's mostly US diplomats their families and they were evacuated which is worth specifying because the other Americans on board American civilians were allowed to apply for open spots and so there is a limited number and that means the number of Americans are still within a lockdown zone still within the city of Wuhan itself the epicenter of this outbreak now as far as the aircraft it's taking those Americans they had doubt one screen by Chinese officials here before they left China and will on and then they had another screen still in Wuhan by US officials and then they had a third screen by health officials when they landed in anchorage to refuel and so we do expect that they could be in quarantine anywhere from three to fourteen days once they arrive in the U. S. correspondent David Culver reporting from Beijing by the way the United Arab Emirates this morning has confirmed the first cases of the virus in the

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"three screens" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"three screens" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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A Review of Stephen King's Best Films

The Big Picture

04:45 min | 3 years ago

A Review of Stephen King's Best Films

"Are you looking forward to at the toronto international film festival all this year as the the twenty first year. I think i'm covering it because i've been covering it. Since i was nineteen i mean i'm kind of looking forward to it ending but <hes> you know when when when you're on the ground in toronto we see a lot of stuff very early so today. When i was on my way to record i saw these people from out of town. I'm kind of showing up in toronto and they're very excited and and ready to get going but but we've been watching stuff here for a while. We've also all had our is kind of on reports. It's coming out of telluride including your tweets and what people are saying from venice so it doesn't feel like something starting. It feels like as you said like festival. Season is already deeply deeply underway underway adam. Thank you for being tweets. I really appreciate that that means the world to me. <hes> what's what's what's on your radar or what have you seen that you can sort of hint about that is is most exciting. You put waves on my radar the trae schultz film that was a really like persuasive piece. It's not like i wasn't looking forward to seeing it but i've now rearranged want to watch it. You seem quite blown away by that. I was and i have maybe some regrets about doing so because now i think invariably people will see to me like it's not that good. What what are you doing. How could you do that which you know that's the that's the trickiness with festival coverage in general right the minute that you get excited about something to communicate that and then you tell people something is great and then they insist upon telling you your opinion is not quite exactly what it should be. Which is why we're all bracing for for joker to be the start of the actual. You know second american revolution elision with with insurrection and panic in the streets. There's a certain hyperbole in festival season. That's like i guess it's fun to instigate it though i try not to. It's it's kind of fun to read it but it gets wearying in social media become such an echo chamber that stuff and i find that people tend to share the dumb dumb takes way more generously than kind of smart subtle ones no question so it becomes hard with the movie like joker where it's not even a question of people saying whether it's good or bad ads there's sort of saying like is this can actually change the way that we watch movies and incite armed rebellion. It just becomes like really tiring but some of the ones that i'm looking looking forward to here are ones that already have a bit of a reputation which sam great like the softies uncut gems can't wait to see it and <hes> looking forward to know bombecks marriage story one thing we've both seen that i'm going to write about in my first tiff dispatch which is just excellent is parasite the bunk joon-ho film the one the palm door can which is which is really good stuff. I think brilliant played incredibly well. I didn't mention this in the podcast earlier this week but <hes> i went to the third screening of that movie at telluride and it was a nine a._m. Screening and six hundred people were turned away from that screening which is just a an extraordinary thing once you've seen the movie and you know what the contents of it aren't just how kind of warped and beautiful perform strange it is <hes>. There's really the energy around. This movie is so fascinating and so great for bong right. It's it's it's great for bong and i think that <hes> you know without belaboring a parallel to these movies that might be worth talking about more later when more people have seen both of them but in the same way that alfonso koran i think a lot of credit for are going back home and making a movie you know in his original cultural context with roma. It's very interesting to see bond do that. Because snow pearson okposo were very credible english rush limbaugh almost kinda hits. You know yes and well parasite. I think has the best commercial prospects in north america of any of his korean films so far. It's very much a korean film and <hes> it's made something like eighty five million dollars in south korea already too which is like you know very very sizable sizable hit. I thought i thought i read that. It's the biggest hit in the in the country's history. Is that overstating things the i'd have to get a double check on that but just off the top of my head. It sounds like a big amount of money like the the top grossing films in south. Korea can't approach china dollar for dollar but like it's a big amount i it's a big amount of money and when when you consider that some of the audience that it's going to reach north america is not just that kind of reading reviews you know art house audience but maybe even something somewhat mainstream i i think it could be a kind of <hes> across kind of crossover hit and because you have american critics may be on their way to toronto listening. I just wanna stump super fast for a two really good interesting. Toronto films one is called an at thirteen thousand feet by cacique revenge ski. Starring derrick campbell and one is called white lie bye bye calvin. Thomas and yona lewis starring casey role <hes> i think they're actually both going to get a fair amount of attention and i just wanted to say their names on the pod and i think that's about

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In the Footsteps of Merce Cunningham

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

05:28 min | 3 years ago

In the Footsteps of Merce Cunningham

"Time. I'm courteous. Studio. Three sixty podcast extra. We're celebrating the life and work of one of the great American choreographers. Merce Cunningham who was born one hundred years ago this week he danced starting as a member of Martha Graham's troop and then maye dances for seventy years and embraced innovation from start to finish new dance forms, new technology. New music new collaborators. Win four he worked with Radiohead and Siga rose on a beautiful piece that you're hearing called split sides. Cunningham dancers were famous for seeming to defy the laws of physics leaping high and suddenly switching direction in mid air. When Cunningham spoke with us in two thousand one he was using computers to try to make his dances, even more complex. Take always been interested in movement. There's no reason for that is just it seems to be it should interest everybody. We're we're so involved with all the time. I think of course of animals and birds watching their movements of always been totally fascinating to me. Movement is so much a part of our daily experience that we don't think of it as a thing, we don't even think we sort of do it. But if you thought about it say, how do you walk? How do you just the mechanics, but if we all walk the same why is it we all walk differently and that struck me years ago, and I thought well that was a way to think about movement that we were doing the same thing. But we all did it differently. My name is Daniel Roberts. I have a member of the Merce Cunningham dance company. I always feel that my legs are like. Needles of sewing machine when I'm doing cutting him they have to be very sharp and very articulate, and I feel that the torso has to be free on top of that on. So there's a strain that comes along with doing the work in the technique. And there's a clarity about the work in general, the use of space and the articulation of the torso limbs that I've never experienced before in any other dance form. I'm interested obviously in complexity which is to buy disadvantaged probably because it's made it difficult often for the public to really comprehend live with what we do. I think uses chance to avoid his own typical habits of making movement. And that's what's really interesting because he's even making it difficult for himself. It's not whatever feels natural. It's usually what deals completely unnatural. Chance operations came about in the nineteen fifties. There was wrist of an institute of random numbers where the decided scientists had decided that rather than using logic for numbers they could just as well use chance John cage. Took course, we're using it in his music composition. And I thought it would work with moving. I would say devise you sort of speaker series of movements. But then through chance means in the beginning, it was tossing coins. So that instead of you just using your own what you remembered about how things go you came up with this stunt. Up things which were. Sometimes impossible. But if you tried them, even though what it was was impossible something else came up to had experienced or I hadn't experienced before. I had the opportunity to begin to work with dad's computer it's called life forms, and it has mainly three screens with which you work one is what they call the stage on which you can place tiny figures, which move there's a screen with the larger figure called the figure editor on which you can make movements on the figure then there is a third screen called the time line, which is moving in time. You can put the the body and what say flat on the floor Prome. Okay. Then a few spaces later in the time. You could put it up in the air. Now, it will do that it will rise up on its feet and go up in the air. Of course, you can't do that in the way. It does it. But you look at it. I do and I think oh, but I could do it this way. Now if I hadn't seen this. I wouldn't think that way and and I. My work with it has grown more complex because I see more possibilities all the

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YouTubeTV vs. DirecTV Now & Vue: cable TV alternative smackdown

Talking Tech

06:01 min | 4 years ago

YouTubeTV vs. DirecTV Now & Vue: cable TV alternative smackdown

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Everyone's Jefferson Graham here with USA day. I've been spinning a lot of time testing out the five cable TV chartered services. These streaming apps will give you a handful of channels forty fifty sixty instead of five hundred averaging around forty dollars a month instead of hundred dollars a month that you're paying to cable or satellite. They have a lot to offer in that. You don't need any equipment. You could plug them directly into your TV you can access them through Roku. Amazon streaming stick Google Chrome cast, apple TV. You don't have to pay a monthly rental for a cable box and the picture. Quality is great the ours are wonderful. And what's not to like? Well, let's see I found some my favorite is YouTube TV, which I believe has the best terms ups up to six accounts. I can access the programming for the forty dollars a month. You get fifty channels pretty much everything you want except for Nickelodeon MTV comedy, central discovery in animal planet as well as PBS, but the work around. Of course, is that all those networks have clips on regular YouTube in the interact. Well, together, the negative on YouTube TV is that it won't work in Amazon world because Amazon and Google each other. But the TV experiences better on YouTube than anywhere else. I've ever seen the menu. Has visuals the menu has visuals that makes it a lot more pleasant when you're sitting there searching for something to watch the DVR has unlimited storage and a terrific app as well. So if you're reading a review of some show, and you say, hey, that's that's pretty good you open the app, you click a button, and the next thing you've recorded the entire series a lot better than what I've gotten in cable. Migrate would be an a my. Second choice would be Hulu with live TV the Viacom channels are also missing with Hulu TV, but they do have the discovery channel's. The Hulu will work with everything apple Google, Amazon, Roku, you name it Hulas. They're the bad news is the cloud DVR will only record up to fifty hours. You could pay fifteen dollars extra for up to two hundred hours. The menu screens really nice. I think they did a really good job here. But to many of the DVR recorded shows or video on demand and don't offer the ability to go fast forward. So for that. They get a B plus next up Sony. Playstation VUE is the most expensive at forty five dollars a month the same. Viacom channels are missing while as PBS Sony will work with everything particularly well on the Amazon fire TV edition, which is the Amazon branded TV's works really nicely with their DVR. No limits, but you can only keep the pro. Grams up the twenty eight days, and you can't fast forward on FOX shows the con is that the program menu was kind of weird and the when you search you can only search by alphabet, you can actually type the whole name of a show in there. Which is pretty weird migrate would be be direct TV now, which is pretty good. I it is tied with PlayStation for a be forty dollars sixty five plus channels on only two accounts and all the missing channels are on direct TV. Now, she had more choices here. Direct TV. Now works with pretty much. Everything cloud DVR is only twenty hours stored from month, and you can pay ten dollars monthly for one hundred hours. Last place would be sling TV which is actually your best bargain. It's only twenty five dollars for up to three screens, but incredibly confusing. There's the blue offering and the orange offering you can maybe you'll find your favorite channels in. One of those offerings to giant once? They're missing would be CBS NABC. Now, if you're a fan of MSNBC, you'll have to pay five dollars extra CNBC five dollars extra T C M five dollars extra MTV and TV land five dollars extra and if you wanna DVR another five dollars. So once you add it all up, you could be paying more than you would pay with the other services devices at works on pretty much everything. So my pro is the pricing the best pricing Micon is the pricing. The most confusing of all the offerings and a a lot of add ons migrated would be a C which of these services. Do you use like to hear from you on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show on apple podcast? 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