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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"What Amazon would have done. They would have gone into New York. They were gone there. And they would not talk to anybody, and they would have just done it and they wouldn't have cared. So the fact that they are now hearing an interacting and some people are going to hate this. But it speaks to day two at Amazon. Oh, oh my God. Hey, welcome to geekwire. I'm Bigler editor Todd Bishop editor Monica, Nicole sprig, and I'm John Cook co-founder of geekwire. Alright. So some big news to talk about today. Amazon in a stunning reversal announced that it will not be building half of HQ two in New York City after facing opposition from the community there certain elements of the political leadership did not want Amazon to go to New York City. Monica you've been covering this. What does it mean this story man, I've I've been doing this for more than a year, and every time something breaks, it's more wild than the thing before it. I I don't know. What's gonna be next? They're going to build it on the moon or something. Yes. So Amazon pulled out of its New York plans. This was going to be at twenty five thousand to forty thousand person office in queens, and in New York, Amazon has been facing a lot of opposition very vocal opposition from elected officials and labor leaders and. Some community activists that they just didn't want to contend with anymore, especially when compared to northern Virginia where they've been welcomed, very warmly. So Monica you went to northern Virginia and to queens right before the Q to announcement. We sent you there and got you there before him. Could you tell a difference in the mood and style of northern Virginia versus New York just on your observations when you were there. Absolutely. Yes. When I was in northern Virginia. I mean, it's really Washington DC. It's right across the Potomac and the reception was either ambivalent or excited. Most people I talked to you had kind of heard of it. They thought it would be good to bring those jobs. They didn't have very strong opinions. And then the folks in public policy elected officials and economic development folks were very bullish about Amazon, they were stoked about it in New York. The second I arrived. I stepped into a massive protest that had been organized by state Senator Michael generous who will probably talk about later as a very key figure here. And people from queens were out there expressing a lot of concern. A lot of frustration. There was already some anti Amazon graffiti on the ground, which is something that we've come to see a lot here in Seattle, Amazon's first home. But yes, there was a a noticeable difference between the two locations that now seems very ominous of things to come. Shoe in that way, though. Would you have expected this? There was a report I in I believe the Washington Post and the New York Times signalling this. I'm getting those two right? I believe so absent that would you have expected Amazon to not go forward with the plans in such dramatic fashion. I mean, this it seems like it's out of nowhere. Yes. And no, I mean, this is it did come as a shock today. Certainly even after those reports there was a lot of speculation that Amazon was just floating this idea that it might pull out of New York because it wanted to add some pressure to the officials who are fighting it. But it reminded me of something that happened in Seattle. That was actually when you think about it as a pattern. It's very in character for Amazon. So last summer, we spent a lot of time covering the head tax in Seattle, which is going to be a tax on businesses to fund affordable housing, and a lot of people actually just called it the Amazon tax Amazon as you might expect was. Up in arms about this. And we started to hear some rumblings that they might actually slow their growth down in Seattle in response to this proposed tax now on the one hand that felt like something that of course, Amazon would say because they want to add pressure to the political situation..

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"todd bishop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Android. Actually. He's a blackberry. My mother. My mother got lesser. Forced me to take take touch typing when I was sixteen. My thumbs. I got really fast thumbs and the blackberry. Keyboard not so much on I inside emails every day. So I'm sure at some point I'll I'll convert to a new platform. What might that? New platforms evaluating I'm still. Looking all the alternatives, and I tried to I think it's important. You know, she love technology to try the different alternatives to try the iphone and the new the new windows. Mobile phone is a is a is a great is a great platform. So. An android. So I've tried them. All and they're all different. They're all interesting. And but my whole my whole things to try to imagine where technology is going to go one two three four five years from now and see were there. You know, how the chips that are in the products and developing and see how that's going to influence things. And then see how the software that's coming along as an influence the platforms. So I think it's fast, and this is kind of my. I don't know. I consider my forte is trying to understand where things are going. I think he'd do that without without trying all the different alternatives. We're going to take a quick break. We'll be right back with more from this two thousand eleven interview between geekwire co founder Todd Bishop and Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder who passed away this week at age sixty five you're listening to geekwire on KIRO radio ninety seven three FM. I'm.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Welcome back. It's Todd Bishop with clear McGrane and Monica Nicklesberg Monica. The bike share issue in Seattle, the regulations, the different companies, and all their tactics. It's become kind of like a saga and we had the latest twist in the soap opera this past week. Catch us up what's happening because I've had a hard time tracking at all the Ladd were out of Seattle Bike share. Yeah. So we now know what the permanent bike share program in Seattle is going to be for the past year. It's been a pilot which allowed three companies spin, oh, in line to enter Seattle and deploy bikes, and it was all just a test. Now this past week, the Seattle city council has approved the final fee structure that's going to govern bike share in Seattle, and it includes a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar annual fee per company. So that's pretty hefty. We saw immediately after that Osho the beige. Shing based yellow bike share company in Seattle announced that they're going to be pulling out. I think that there's a pretty important caveat to that though, which is that they had already confirmed that they were going to be widespread layoffs. Some reports have like fifty to seventy percent of their US workforce, and they're shutting down in many cities that didn't pass the fee. So it's possible that they're saving face a little bit with the fee and we should point out there was a really weird situation last week where notifications went out to Ocho users that they were going to be shutting down. Didn't say they're going to be shutting down in Seattle, but they're going to be town is what they said. The people in some people in Seattle. Got that. And it was because of a potential glitch or strange situation where maybe those people had written bikes and other cities before, yeah, but you know, the person who tipped us off to it said they never had written a bike in another city besides Seattle. So there was over the weekend some back and forth. I they were out than they were in, but to be clear, they are now out there saying the the yellow bikes are going to be gone from the streets of. Seattle, if they're not already, they are not already. They told me that it should be by August thirty. First, they should have their plan for the bikes and they're looking at opportunities to potentially donate them to community groups, but they just haven't finalized those plans yet. So does that them open the door for another bike sharing company for two to three, actually, right after the fee was passed. Lime immediately said, we're going to apply for a permit. We are staying in Seattle, they're pretty aggressive about this market. We still haven't heard anything from spin. They've been pretty quiet lately, and so we're going to circle back with them and find out what's happening there. Oboe is out and the regulations that the city adopted allow for four companies to be here. So there could potentially be two or three new entrance. Let's give people the color key wine green oboe yellow spin orange. That's right. So if you're looking around the neighborhood, that's what we're talking about, but it's going to get really tricky if Uber decides to launch their jumped bikes here because those are sort of a reddish orange. Who is calling bread. So question for you. Monica. I having ridden one bike share in my life. Have no idea what the difference is between any of these companies. And I'm curious, what do you think lamb has done to find success in Seattle that, oh, fo did not do? Well. There I can say from personal experience, their e-bikes electric assist bikes, make a big difference for a lot of writers, or we'll tell you that was really the tipping point in my household. My wife was just getting back into bike riding again, and she would get nervous in a big urban environment where you know there's pressure if you're at a stop light to get acceleration right off the bat and those ES ist bikes are just amazing for that. And even the relatively cheap lime bikes lime ease, you know, they're not high end e-bikes..

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"The incredible to from key choir dot com and seattle i'm editor todd bishop and i'm podcast producer climate grain and we're pleased to be joined in the studio today by a special guest technology journalists and columnists sarah lacy founder of media site pando founder and ceo of chairman mom acuna site for working moms and the author of the book a uterus is a feature not a bug series in seattle this week for an event with microsoft and the female founders alliance plural events plural and she was kind enough to join us today except invitation to stop by the cler offices it's great to have you here sarah thank you for having me we're so ridiculously in love with seattle like i posted i had to set a meeting zillow and it's like i go to their conference room was gorgeous view of ever seen and it took a picture and i was like seattle is san francisco dunrite come at me and the only thing anyone has to say is it's not raining it's like come up with original line if that is your only knock and i was like just answered like two words no feces along those lines you're calling paul cars here with you sitting over there in the corner i can't believe we've gotten him off mike i don't know how did that but he hadn't even more colorful quote he said what was it paul he said seattle is like san francisco but fm better you went to san francisco and you put on a pair of rose colored glasses and it seattle it's just better and it's like listen every time i go to a city i'm like super smart about doing that like hello cleveland it's great to be here like i will always as anything nice about a place i am because people are buying books and all that shit but legit like we really might move here or enough about seattle come on stop sucking up let's talk about you a lot of people know you as the founder of pando daily a technology news commentary site that started several years back but you actually have a new venture called chairman mom in addition to your book tell us about chairman mom give us your elevator pitch so chairman mom imagine this imagine women go to a community online and walkaway every time feeling better about themselves the seems like a very novel sounds like saifi doesn't it no we we built chairman mom because women are the largest consumers of social media and the most abused people on social media and you know pando always had us a phrase that when tech ceo's tell you that something is really hard what they mean as they don't care it is not mean these are companies that beam satellite from planes these are companies colonizing mars it isn't hard to figure out what fake news is it isn't hard to get rid of trolls it isn't hard to build supportive communities it is just not what the company's incentivized and doing it isn't their priority and our priority from the moment chairman mom metaphorically drew breath was to create a place that makes women feel better about themselves that makes women feel in charge that makes women feel like they've got this that rebrand working motherhood as what it is a bad ass aspirational thing like for some reason in our culture we celebrate someone who is going to says they're going to do one hundred mile marathon even though that is clearly bad for your body and not okay and could result in a lot of horrible things happening we celebrate someone quitting a you know well paid six figure corporate job to go out on their own and start a company even though the odds of failure are incredibly high you may wind up divorced.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Back to the week on geekwire i'm todd bishop and i'm climate grain one of the big stories perhaps the big story of the week of course was in immigration and the policy of separating parents and children at the us mexico border which was reversed this past week but before that happened there was a fascinating intersection with the tech industry and in particular with government contr attracts held by microsoft and google and amazon related to different elements of law enforcement immigration customs and intelligence agencies and the scrutiny that this new immigration practice brought on that this past week clear what were your key takeaways on this story well there was a lot going on in the tech community itself and some of the politics of you know how people ethically feel about using technology in certain situations the thing that really caught my eye from kind of my own personal point of view was really the role that social media plays and how we are aware of and engaging with politics in our societies and things going on you know this story was happening this was happening for quite a long time and it only really blew up and the public outcry only came after pictures were shared on social media video wish shared of the children who had been taken separated from their parents and put in detention centers and that imagery was just so so strong and you see this with a lot of news stories especially stories from places far around the globe a photo can really change how people feel about it you know half a world away so that was kind of my big technology takeaway that was just more on the personal side absolutely i totally agree i think the story really hit home for me when i saw those visuals heard the audio actually that was for me the most heart wrenching thing and what you're saying actually plays into my big takeaway about what this said about the tech industry because with microsoft in particular one of the things that really held the company's feet to the fire and actually brought out what microsoft has been doing with immigration and customs enforcement in the us was a social media post pointing back to a press release or a blog post where microsoft back earlier this year said that it was proud of the work that it was doing with ice and microsoft actually was not in this story until that social media posts took off a post on twitter and it was really fascinating to see how this plays out and what struck me was the difference between how amazon microsoft and google each reacted to controversies involving their involvement and they're providing technology to different government agencies in microsoft's case they were very clear to point out that their technology and the technology that they're providing to ice was not used in the actual separation of parents and children they said they're basically providing basic technology to the immigration agency things like mail and calendering and they were trying to make that clear in terms of the role that they were playing but at the same time they said they oppose the policy of separating parents and children and microsoft has been very clear and strong about actually suing and going after the government and taking a stand on on immigration policies but at the same time they did not cancel their work with ice google on the other hand after an uproar from their employees actually said okay this work that they're doing on something called project maven which was providing artificial intelligence and analysis of images taken from drones to the department of defense in the pentagon they said they're no longer going to work on that after their current work comes out so they actually went in the way other direction and then lastly amazon amazon is under criticism for supplying similar types of artificial intelligence technology to law enforcement it's called amazon recognition with struck me was amazon basically said nothing which i thought was really indicative and telling about the corporate personalities of each of these three different tech companies i think all of their responses also bring up another theme that i think gets talked about quite a lot in tech community i don't know we have a ton of time to dive into it here but how do you make sure the technology you're creating is used responsibly do you have a responsibility to kind of vet the people who are using your products and making sure they're not being used in ways that you disagree with.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Seattle i'm editor todd bishop and i am health and life sciences reporter podcast producer klamath grain screwed too heavy here claire so you covered and have been covering the subject of our first story this week which is fascinating to me because it's three of the most interesting companies in their respective sectors amazon jay p morgan chase obviously the giant bank and then berkshire hathaway the big conglomerate of companies run by warren buffett the famed investor then announced a while back that they were going to be doing something very different ambitious and interesting together before we jump into the news from this past week about their new ceo for this venture what the heck are they doing that's a question i think a lot of people are asking right now they haven't provided many details basically they're starting a healthcare venture of some sort they clarified with this recent announcement it is going to be a company but it's going to be a company that doesn't have to worry about making a profit at least for right now and basically the goal is to change the healthcare system in the us i for the employees of those companies and later probably ideally for everybody in the us how they're going to do that not totally sure it'll probably involve technology given that that is obviously amazon strengthen and something that is packing the health system on a huge scale right now so there's a lot of unanswered questions but that is kind of the rough outline so it's a health venture formed by these three companies initially to focus on their own employees but this has gotten a lot of attention in the broader healthcare world and the news this past week was that they've picked their new ceo and what's interesting about this is i think you can look at his background his approach and even some of his past comments about how he would try to transform the health industry as an indication of what these three companies might be wanting to do so so they pick said they picked a very wellknown surgeon and kind of thought leader and writer at tool gwanda dr tool gone day he practices surgery at brigham and women's hospital in boston happens to be where i was born by the way my mom reminded me last night yeah he's also a professor in the harvard t h chan public school of health at harvard and a professor at harvard medical school those are only his official jobs he also has several other things he does on the side he's written a few new york times bestselling novels obviously a very well respected and busy guy and something that he is talked about at quite a lot of length is making reforms to the healthcare system on a huge scale so not just let's train change how government insurance works and not just let's try and change how clinics operate but really systematically trying to change how all these pieces work together which i think is what appealed to the three ceo's of the companies that were in charge of hiring him that's right and it was a fascinating process that they used to pick the ceo of this new venture it was jamie dimon of j p morgan chase and warren buffett of berkshire hathaway basically acting as the screening committee with jeff bezos of amazon being the final decider they had them write a white paper on how they they would heal the healthcare industry as it were what do you think of i that whole approach because that just sounds gigantic to me yeah and this is something we can get into a little later with some of a tools specific ideas but i think that the idea of trying to write a white paper on how to fix the healthcare system is something a lot of people in the system would think is just so full of hubris that it's a little silly because the two here's a good thought exercise if this new health venture which doesn't have a name yet so we're just going to have to keep calling it by all of its various parts if this new company wanted to create a piece of technology and then have every person in the us use it as part of their healthcare they.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Just completely broke the mold for any three presentation this year yeah yeah definitely i mean i don't know if i wanted to have been in there being shifted around hundreds of people with those crowds but definitely was different and they also did show a lot of b are titled as well which none of the other two you know microsoft and intendo don't have so that's also another thing that kind of said sonya art in a way but it's an expensive accessory to add onto playstation and when not everyone has the hardware the motions that connect in the past when not everyone has the hardware not a lot of a game developers are gonna support it you know that was something that i was kind of thinking of as a potential sleeper hit for microsoft if they could have surprised people by saying and we're also bringing games to hollow lens and coming out with like a consumer version of that that would sell right four hundred bucks i think that would have been a real show stopper if microsoft coulda done that but the problem with microsoft for now at least is for gamers they're targeting that augmented reality headset much more to business customers and those kinds of things which is microsoft's traditional business but still i think would be cool having played some of the original hololens demos including really amazing minecraft like demo that they showed when they first unveiled that headset gosh that games on holland's would be amazing but you're right for now sony is really there and i think the real question is are you gonna see oculus and all the others you know catch up with their new standalone headsets that's that sounds like a whole other show right exactly exactly i agree all right so we're gonna have to talk about that next time andrew it's great this has been awesome to get the on the scene report for me three good luck down there thank you so much i'm going to need it be a lot of walking awesome good we'll make sure you got your fit bit or no no your apple watch and make sure his tracking things all right until next time i'm todd bishop edwards thank you for listening to geared up if you're.

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Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony's new games

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony's new games

"All right welcome back you're listening to geared up i'm todd bishop and on the line from los angeles at the big e three video game convention is andrew edwards was happening enter surviving down there how many days have you been there and how many more do you have to go let's see today's tuesday been here for three days it was crazy though because i got here the morning of the microsoft press events and that press events you had to get in light at about nine am so might flight landed at seven took off at four left my house at two thirty so technically did not sleep that entire night so it was it was a tough day after not sleeping all night standing in line or about two and a half hours to get into microsoft was it was it was nuts i have another two days here and that i'm back home so we've been talking about microsoft and sony microsoft they announced a bunch of new games including halo infinite forza horizon four gears five sony talked about the last of us to the new spiderman game what about nintendo what was the big takeaway the big headline game from nintendo west new absolutely without a doubt the the headline title was super smash brothers alternates and the main idea there is they went back to the first super smash brothers game and they took every character that's ever appeared in any smash brothers game since then in put them all into one game which is super smash brothers all smith so for people who haven't played a lot of super smash brothers it's it's kind of like really popular and college dorm rooms because it brings together all of the classic nintendo characters but for this one if i understand correctly they're also adding some new characters to the mix just a few new characters but basically they have over sixty fighters.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Welcome through geared up brought to you by national car rental i'm todd bishop i'm andrew edwards plow we truly do have a lot to talk about the big show it's a big show i know you give me a hard time for always saying we've got a lot to talk about apple's worldwide developer conference was this week and we are already testing the new twelve beta this will be the new operating system that everybody will beginning on their iphones later this year plus the new mac os mojave yes and the new watch os five tonnes the talk about tv os twelve don't forget that okay i did forget that just seriously a lot to talk about some really interesting improvements a lot of it was incremental upgrades but some stuff that i'm excited about including a new app for majoring distances doing what majoring distances claire do you know what may what is majoring this is where my original california accent i think gets measure measure okay so we're gonna have a lot to talk about on this week show so with that let's dive in dive in all right so let's start with twelve i think this was for me at least the most featurepacked part of the wwe dec keynote andrew what were the highlights for you like one or two highlights so we can just jump in right here the main highlight for me was going into wwe see the rumor and innuendo and expectation was that this would be a pretty boring year for ios especially but for all apple software because this was going to be what we refer to as a snow.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"A an a small number of neighborhoods that are for mixeduse i do think that the bigger more pervasive problem is that sixty nine percent of residential plots in seattle are single family puts their houses were one family can live instead of building thirty can live i love this conversation the one keenness of zoning head tax says the real estate reply start talking about impact fees if you don't stop me really soon i'm going to mitigate that stationing we're gonna be right back on where we're gonna be talking about what's coming next because what's fascinating now is what is amazon going to do and the answer might surprise you in terms of whether that would be positive or negative for the city because they're actually could be a silver lining in all of this we'll get into that right around the corner you're listening to the weaken geek and we'll be right back welcome back to geekwire it's todd bishop with monica nicklesberg and nat levy we are talking about the aftermath of the city of seattle's decision to impose a head tax on large companies in seattle monica real real quick the specifics are how much money are they going to raise a year through this they're going to raise close to fifty million it fluctuates a little bit each year and it would be tax of two seventy five per employee per year on companies with more than twenty million in annual revenue okay perfect so that's the details the implications are that amazon is not only threatening but basically predicting that they're not going to be growing as much in seattle and maybe implying that they could be pulling back on what they have here net you wrote a story about this essentially amazon has its current footprint in seattle which is up words of ten million square feet of office space with all of their future stuff somewhere around thirteen yeah so that's the thing so they occupy a lot of space now people driving around.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Welcome back you're listening to geekwire i'm todd bishop from geekwire common seattle i'm joined here in the studio by my colleague kevin lasota we are here talking about an experience that the two of us had recently that was pretty eye opening in terms of new technology and the potential for it to change the world it's called parallel reality and we have two of the co founders of the company behind this technology here in the studio with us albert ing the ceo of the company called misapplied sciences and paul deeds the cto of the company so we've been talking about this whole idea parallel reality and what you call the multi view pixel where it's able to send out up to millions of beam litz of light from one pixel as you've been saying in their controllable and it essentially creates the situation where different people can look at the same screen and see different things what are you guys going to do with this we've been talking about potential applications out albert you teased ahead to a potential product i know you're not announce anything but like what's practical in the short term with this to the extent you can say sure what's kind of interesting is one of the concerns about display technologies whether it's the advancement of lcd's or smartphones a lot of the discussion is how's the resolution of the display how's the density and when you look at signing for example that it's just showing text or large graphics or i cons we don't need very sophisticated resolution density of the displays to achieve those messages so our displays imperil reality creates at sending different information to different people at the same time not necessarily trying to create immersive three dimensional graphics or anything like that when we when you're talking about the airports in our when you go up to a flight board and you see only your own flight information that can be textual based information you'd say your in flight three sixteen go to the right the aero is a big icon that you're seeing and so we can achieve that today those the.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"All right so that is the news this past week such as it was on amazon and president trump we have a lot more to talk about coming up next including the two seattle area tech companies that are going to be making the next big tech ipo's we'll tell you which companies they are coming up next on geekwire welcome back you're listening to geekwire i'm todd bishop and i'm john cook all right we got an and talking about one giant seattle area tech company amazon and its battles with president trump and now we're going to be talking about two companies with roots in the seattle area that are trying to become the next big public tech companies one is docu sign and the other is smart sheet in the open i call them both seattle area companies which is an interesting place to start docu sign it was founded here it basically pioneered the electronic signature and they moved their headquarters down to san francisco awhile back still as many of its employees here very large office here that's right i was actually ironically the day they filed for there s one i was seated next to tom gone or the founder of docu scene at a dinner celebrating the alliance of angels twentieth anniversary here in seattle seattle so he spends time here he's now a venture capitalist he said why'd i get seated next to the journalists when i can't talk at all because typically when you file file for an ipo you're not allowed to say anything so that's right so for people who don't know the jargon the s one is the registration statement that you file when you're planning to essentially make the leap into the public marketplace.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"This keycorp podcast is sponsored in part by win shuttle are you looking to streamline your sat processes when shuttle provide solutions to simplify and automate sap data management through data movement and workless solutions using tools like examiner that you already know with thousands of customers in virtually all industries and lines of business when shuttle allows you to get the most from your sap investor visit when shuttle dot com to learn how you can start empowering your business links to get data ranked mm not at all welcome to the weekend geek on key choir it's todd bishop monica spared this week a special episode analysis of amazon's shortlist of twenty cities and regions around the country vying for its amazon hq to be breaking down all of the different contenders talking about their chances and talking about what comes next in this unprecedented process of finding a second corporate headquarters for the tech giant monica you've been covering the h q to competition two hundred and 38 cities that amazon originally received proposals from now down to twenty your big takeaways on the list itself and the cities that are there the list itself isn't that interesting to me just because most of the city's on their expected there are a few surprises in montana philly dig into that but it's more the way that is competition is continuing to play out i think the fact that amazon data public shortlist are you long short list is interesting in and of itself because it continue.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Todd bishop an andrew edwards welcome back to geared up funky choir i'm todd bishop and i'm tenor oper andrew edwards is off this week actually he's up in new york for an event not really off these off the show but he's he's working i was able to get my hands on an iphone 10 on watch day much to andrew and i imagine because he was giving me a hard time because i preorder through t mobile and so he was saying i would basically never get it on launched a but it showed up in order to get on my door presser or the way in any line no absolutely not it was it was great with the that's gonna be a problem if i have to do my passcode face had either the fa said he there it is it worked so he said so igf now in my hand and here i wanna share my favorite feature my favorite aspect to the iphone ten and my leastfavoured aspect and against the power but does have power break nope nope harvick ethnic thankfully there's no power break uh my favorite feature is the size at this screen is actually bigger and i'm here holding in my hands and iphone success plus and it's the screen itself is actually bigger than iphone success plus but the device is so much smaller and that was the first thing that i noticed as i was carrying this around this weekend you know because i was carrying iphone success plus before and it is just remarkable the ability to no longer feel like you're carrying a small tablet in your pocket is very significant i mean there will be times when i would say it down and it would be like you know you'd like this this thing in the front of your pocket it was just like had not flexible and in it was not fun and i'm sure folks who have large phones can can empathize with what i'm talking about there but the screen is larger and of course this is does have been significantly shrunk so that clearly to me is the main reason if you want a device that will get you portrait mod the ability to have a really cool picture with the background blurred out and all the other features they would you you would usually get for example in the the iphone eight plus or life on seven plus you know for life.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Welcome back to geared up panchi choir i'm todd bishop and i'm tennis over and redwood's is off this week actually he's up in new york for an event it's not really off he's off the show but he's he's working w i was able to get my hands on an iphone 10 on watch day much to uh chagrin i imagine because he was giving me a hard time because i preorder through t mobile and so he was saying i would basically never get it on launched a but it showed up and has already yeah on my door presser away in any line no absolutely not it was it was great i with the that's gonna be problem if i have to do my passcode face ad though yet face id there it is it works so face and he sees so i've got the iphone ten here in my hand and i was gonna share i want to share my favorite feature my favorite aspect of the iphone ten and my least favourite aspect and against the power but does having a barbeque nope nope harvick thankfully there's no power break uh my favorite features the size yes uh this screen is actually bigger and i'm here holding in my hands and iphone success plus and it's the screen itself is actually bigger than iphone success plus but the device is so much smaller and that was the first thing that i noticed as i was carrying this around this weekend you know 'cause i was carrying an iphone success plus before and it is just remarkable the ability to no longer feel like you're carrying a small tablet in your pocket is very significant i mean there will be times and i would sit down and it would be like you know you'd like this this thing in the furniture pocket it was just like they had not flexible and in it was not fun and i'm sure folks who have large funds can empathize with what i'm talking about there but the screen is larger and of course this is because the battles have been significantly shrunk so that clearly to me is the main reason if you want a device that will get you portrait mod the ability to have a really cool picture with the background blurred out and all.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"At any rate uh that that sort of where i am i'm still on this consul that's technically you know the generation is more than a decade old even ayar law itself has not right but i mean the platform yes is very old so it's it's time for you to update your iphone what you're doing yes so it's time for you to update your gaming i mean maybe ghosts which i dunno i you know she would probably like that right rail our it so that is a quick look at the xbox one acts will be able to talk a lot more about this on next week show renault molest talk about naturally we will get through oral we are going to take a break here on geared up when we come back we will be taking our brand new kindle oasis for a dunk yes that's right throwing it in the water it float that's coming up next you're listening to declare gotti care sultry sixty dot com slash botox for toys that will inspire both you and your kids to learn while you play at k s l 360 dot com slash robotics you'll find topquality bill kits from vexed robotics and fat brain have fun and kit inspired as you build your kids will always remember how much fun you had go to k s l 360 dot com slash robotics welcome back to geared up i'm todd bishop i'm andrew edwards you're listening to acquire and we just went through and talked about the xbox one acts the iphone ten talked right outsprint tmobile now has come the time for the handson or what should we say the water on rank as well as it's more than just the water ron is a handson we have a actually to kindle oases here a little headway plural the this is the new.

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"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire

GeekWire

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"todd bishop" Discussed on GeekWire

"You pull up one of 12 different emoji in i'm message and it'll track your face it'll track your expression your mouth everything and you can talk and you can recorded message and then send it to somebody so let's say you chose a puppy um the puppy will his face and voice will it'll be your voice talking and your facial expressions coming through as an animated emoji if my first thought was imagine showing this to uh saturday morning cartoons animator from the 1980s seeing what they would have said this would have been like maj that would have been it for them yeah exactly all right so that is a quick rundown of the new iphone ten here on geared up we're gonna take a break and we'll be right back all right welcome back to geared up on geek wire it's todd bishop with andrew edwards air just fresh off of apple's announcment of the new iphone 10 national mentally have the not call orion right right i know i'm with you all right so andrew one of my questions is with the iphone 7 iphone eight you've had the the plus so with iphone ten it's just one sizes that rest rex yes there's no plus model so it's a five point eight inch screen 58 screen but the actual hardware is it larger or smaller than the iphone eight plus well for those who are watching they can see this real quick um and if you're listening what is to arrive as a what i have in my in one hand is an iphone 7 plus yep and then this is a mockup of the iphone 10 but it's a very accurate depiction with the exception of a caller uh everybody expected three colours a silver black and rose gold.

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