18 Burst results for "Toffler"
"toffler" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"But after that his brother Dan introduced him to the founders of Control Video Corporation over at C. E s. Steve landed a gig with Control Video Corporation, which was doing something really interesting, uh, a really interesting business model that would actually set the stage for America online many years later. Now. Another element I need to mention before I get into what Control video Corporation was doing was a book that Steve Case had read. When he was a college student. He thinks it was sometime around 1979. The book that was written by a guy named Alvin Toffler, and it's called the third Wave in that book. Toffler describes a world in which computers would form a new communication platform, a new revolution, a technological revolution akin to the Industrial revolution. And would allow for a new digitally or e entered communities. Essentially, he was talking about the sort of thing we would see in various Internet communities like forums and things like that. Case did not have an engineering background or a programming background. But he thought this idea was really compelling and it would become an important part of his vision. Once he joined This company. So we now know are major players which really comes down to Steve Case, Jim Kimsey and Mark Serif von Meister is important, but he was not part of the trio that would go on to found the company that becomes a O. L. So what the heck did this control Video Corporation do? Well, I didn't know very much about this when I started my research for this, which is funny to me because I've talked about Atari. Lot and their their business was deeply tied to Atari. And yet somehow I had never come across this or if I had I had forgotten about it Control Video corporation. Had created a product called Game Line for the Atari 2600. And again I had never heard of this thing game line. Was a cartridge, a very large, misshapen cartridge. It didn't look like the video game cartridges you would typically get if you wanted to play a game of Pac Man or pitfall. But you would plug this cartridge into Atari 2600, and it would extend far out of it because it was so big. And it had a port in it in which you could plug a phone line and old, hard lined phone connection to so this cartridge was part modem and parts storage device. Uh, so you would plug it through the normal cartridge port. It also had a battery that you had to plug in. They had to put a nine volt battery into this game line cartridge itself. And then plug it into your phone line. And at that point you're Atari 2600. Could dial into the game line service..
Learning Never Stops
"One of my favorite all-time quotes is from futurist. At seven toffler. Who said in gosh. I think he said this. In the nineteen sixties or nineteen seventies. He said the illiterate of the future of the twenty first century will not be those people who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn unlearn and relearn. I know i've used this quote before. But it keeps coming back as a consistent theme in my life and in this podcast. I wanna talk about some software and my constant learning the learning. That never stops because it's constantly changing and in particular. I have an example from my key. Wording project that. I talked about a couple of weeks ago. I've been doing this keyword in now for some time so i'm pretty skilled at it. I've got it down. I've got muscle memory built up. I can go through and do key. Wording pretty doggone fast but as you can imagine the more keywords you add two more and more images it doesn't take too long before it kind of becomes out of control so a year or two ago. I learned about having subcategories light rooms key wording so you can have sort of like a folder heading and then a bunch of keywords that are sub words of that and it allowed me to organize my key. Wording project so that it wasn't quite so unwieldy so for example. I have as primary categories location. People projects styles subjects. That's a huge one. Obviously traveling with and whether an atmosphere and then all of my keywords are located as sub entries to those and that seems to work for me. And i've been using that basic method now for like i say a a couple of years and it's worked very functionally
"toffler" Discussed on Engage 2 Innovate
"Can you can see that. I can't now. Yeah they're trying to do something different than what is done or whatever. They're not thinking from their own strengths. Not Thinking from their own existence where they are now. And that's I mean that's crazy. Yeah now it is crazy when you said simple as that but of course is still going through. It doesn't feel like Oh it's frustrating. Yeah Yeah I mean they if they would sit still and okay. What are we already good at? Bic WHEN BIC was first created. It only made pens. Yeah Yeah and for armored probably almost three decades that's all they did and they hit a point in their history where they weren't expanding anymore. They're expansion was based on geography Spread from France to everywhere in the world and the way they expanded if you look at what they are now you know what what does big make now. Actually account that's narrators make martyrs raisins right. I didn't but how did they get larders? Razors will look at it for a second depends the only pens they sold originally when they started. They sold expensive pens. But at some point they realized that this plastic disposable cheap pen was the way to make a good business. And that's all they sold so when they shifted to the new things it was plastic. Disposable cheap things are box. They just made the box bigger. Yeah lava if it's out there and said Oh what can we do? That's different than everybody else you know. They might still be sitting in that room. Yeah what they did was look at the box they had and they said what could be out of this box. That would still fitness box. Well if we took away pens and just kept plastic cheap and disposable. You know love. It does most of the great innovative companies. That's how they work. Look at Apple. Yeah they didn't invent anything. Yeah you know who invented the mouse? Well I'm going to say an I've not only sees on land wasn't wasn't it wasn't an individual but the first company to have a mouse. Zeros Guy and The first the the icon user interface that apple uses xerox. Now I know what you're thinking Xerox may computers photocopiers. That anyway but. Yeah so I mean apple. DidN'T INVENT ANYTHING Steve. Jobs just had a really good knack for Senate it himself that they stole everything and yet a really good knack for finding figuring out what people wanted and making it the way they wanted exact and that was innovative enough to make the biggest company in the world. And that'll Dave my speak with think they'd be happy to be that innovative I briefly. Want to talk about your book. The innovation explosion. Say maybe the next few minutes just explain to us. What would people get from reading your book? The good my ever done gratitude start with good. Thank you get negative. Whatever dollars in their counter with but the book is two things? The book on the one hand lays out the training In a in a verbal way okay so people could go through it themselves without bothering to hear my voice or watch my videos which could be of great value to some people and the other thing that has is is a more philosophical approach to a lot of things we've discussed which is looking at the idea that came up already many years ago that we are heading for a time in which learning on learning relearning is the you know the most important skill. Interestingly Alvin Toffler never said what people think he said he was quoting Somebody else when he said The most famous quote from them book. But what he did mention is that. What would that quote was? Was that the that in the future The ability to learn will be the equivalent of literacy today. That'll be more important to know how to learn by yourself than to know how to read and write and you know if you think about. How important literacy actually is today than that saying a lot? Yeah he didn't say that he he wrote the quotas book from somebody else but did point out later. The book that this idea of learning learning as a as a skill is the skill of future is the thing that people need to learn how to do so the book maybe have gone a little bit off into the stands again but the book Looks at that that idea in place is actually written just before Kobe? So I've had to kind of. Hey girl how to restructure it. A little bit seems more obvious. Now looks at the idea of look. You need to learn this. Stop whether it's my system or somebody else's system whatever it is like you need to learn how to be flexible in your thought needs to realize that creativity is the ability to think differently for yourself. It's not something that you're going to get by wishing you have the same creativity people you can only create your own creation. You know it is a choice creation. It's it's something that you choose and make even five year old. We don't know what this is like because we don't have studied this but yeah I wonder what happens to a five year old when you start training them how to stay created because ultimately the creative expression they have to develop needs to be their own and we talked about a digit societies. You know ultimately they all start by teaching you the things you have to do. That are the same for everybody. But in the end it's it's a vision quest for yourself and how you fit into the whole and so the book is really about you know. How do you take what people are saying? Now about the way the world needs to go and apply it to yourself in order to be part of this coming. Perhaps coming faster than expected at Explosion of innovation being critical as scolded need you know and yet and yet we all were born with it and yet couldn't walk if we weren't innovators. Yeah Yeah so. The group looks those two things how here's a system that does work Generally why do you need this system? I'll have to say and I don't only say his just put out there but I will definitely read your book. Some of you mentioned Michael Healing Article At this idea of participating in this society that you're thinking about what you giving to that society rather than just taking and I think you cold the consumer culture of the produce a culture that I have to get through the struggle of rather than uncertain time to work through this will actually requi- us all working together in the contributing out the skills I think. Yeah very good really came to hear Michael about the song that is coming out coup kindness. Contagion he tells us about that. Yes Sir thank you for asking about that So we've as even innovation project. We found out about the United Nations. I put out a call at the beginning of April for artists or creators around the world to respond to certain messages that they had listed. And you know it's just a just sort of an open an open call. It wasn't really like you're going to win money or something but so they one of the messages was kindness contagion which we thought was really great phrase. Idee obviously being instead of a sickness. It's a contagion of kindness and I looked at open. Actually it has been used in the past but not a lot so it's an interesting an interesting sort of name to work with because it's not heavily used but it's also got some existence out there and so. I contacted a couple of musicians that I know in South Africa of used to music share. I know a lot of musicians and we started making the song which we want it from. The beginning TANABE South African but rather than African response to this call and yet really blew up. So we've got almost thirty right now. African artists committed a song behind the process of being recorded. Couple of biggest producers in Africa are producing it. You can find out all about the song which will be released on Africa Day. Which is the twenty sixth of May? And if you don't know what Africa Day is you should find out about too because like you can find that out just by looking up Africa Day. You'll get lots of stuff but the song itself will be at kindness contagion Dot Africa. Which is the website you can go to now. If you're hearing this before Africa Day you can. You can go to that website or rather register on the website to download the song or to get noticed when it's put up which will be on. Thank you. This has been enlightening out thoroughly. Enjoyed the compensation on brain because it's close getting lighting our evening. My Brian will probably going all not divesting all of this. That's that's that's my box. So Michael Tell me how can people get involved in your costs? You training only out of great stuff that you doing. If you've got a website that people can go to have a website but I'm going to give you a different address because what also is that. There's so much going on right. Now that it's best to just be really quick and clear about the things so created a separate page on my website and I'm going to make it really easy for people. The name of my company is creating a creativity so it see why see rod so if you go to the bit dot l. y. address bit dot L. Y. Slash C. Y. C. All A A L L C was he a L L You'll get a sort of an that's capital letters if you don't put capital letters on the CAC all you'll get a Pakistani video site. I've tried it so for some reason. bit dot. Org Slash. See All. Then you'll have a breakdown of what's what's currently most useful in terms of what is being done are being offered fantastic now. You Know Michael. Thank you so very much. I think joining us today. We very much enjoyed. That Eric's heads a huge page nuts. site satellite says a lot of new venue. Thank you very much for birds thing. A little extra work to accommodate excellent..
"toffler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Help avoid procrastinating on Jan Johnson Connecticut state police say Kenneth Toffler was live streaming using his cellphone to record himself while driving more than one hundred miles per hour just before he drove through a guard rail and rolled over hostler was issued a summons for reckless driving and possession of marijuana I'm John and I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room Wall Street close the books Tuesday on a blockbuster twenty nineteen for stock investors with the broader market delivering its best returns in six years the S. and P. five hundred finished with a gain of twenty nine percent for the year or a total return of thirty one point five percent including dividends the nasdaq composite rose thirty five percent and the Dow Jones industrials gained twenty two percent led by apple one Dow component that didn't keep pace was Boeing which will be glad to see twenty nineteen fade into the mist Charlie Pellett with the year that was for the troubled aerospace giant the airplane maker solve a grounding of its best selling plane production stumbles with it's Casey forty six tanker delays to its seven seventy seven next jetliner a missed rendezvous of its new human capsule with the international space station and the exit of CEO Dennis Wallenberg just before Christmas throughout all the company's stock was tested but it did finish twenty nineteen just about where it started the year Charlie Pellett Bloomberg radio Japan is expected to speak with Lebanon through diplomatic channels about Carlos Ghosn fleeing Tokyo for the Middle East country according to a senior Japanese government official it's an early indication about how Tokyo plans to respond after the former head of Nissan and Renault snuck out of Japan where he was awaiting trial Lebanon we're going grew up and holds citizenship does not have an extradition treaty with Japan all the major global financial markets are close for the new year's holiday has twenty twenty trading gets under way Thursday Julian Emmanuel chief equity and derivative strategist at B. D. I. G. like twenty sees the probability of recession next.
"toffler" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Eight twenty Chicago suppressive Toffler facts matter Francis constitutional law experts question front of the house Judiciary Committee Wednesday over the possibility of impeaching president trump went to Kenyon reports professor Michael Gerhard's as president TransAfrica pressure Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden on his behalf is bad enough but so is is obstruction I know there's never been anything like the president's refusal to comply with subpoenas from this body ranking Republican Doug Collins says the president has broken no law in some way in saying you wait all live live with a lot of people listening did the founding fathers would have found president trump guilty is just simply malpractice the house Judiciary Committee is expected to draft articles of impeachment ready still trying to figure why and active duty U. S. sailor who suffering was docked at Pearl Harbor opened fire on three civilian employees Wednesday killing two before taking his own life read more Robert Chadwick says he has no motive behind the shooting at the bases naval shipyard that left the third employee hospitalized the circumstances surrounding the theft of nearly three hundred hours on packages left outside a closed post office in northern California is raising red flag was curious about all this is that Gerry Redmond the undersheriff Amador county about forty five miles east of Sacramento says the same third party delivery service delivered a couple of pilots of packages from Amazon to the same post office that is closed on Sundays the Sunday before an employee who just happen to be their secure the packages in the building and reminded the courier service that Sunday deliveries go to the other post office that is open on Sundays Redmond says they're working on trying to find out who that company is because Amazon isn't saying they have not given to remove the fact they just have not even talked weird after all Amazons a victim here too but victims cannot be compelled to cooperate Jim rope loss and others you at circuit court of appeals in Atlanta will hear arguments about whether a Florida school district should be ordered to allow students to use the bathroom that matches their.
"toffler" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz
"toffler" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz
"During leaves is the product manager for audio at Dobie endure and thanks for joining us. It is always fun to visit with you. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much. Take care have agreed evening about. You know, I was just thinking I attended a seminar this morning at USC that was talking about the fourth industrial revolution. The first was the invention of steam power. The second was the introduction of the assembly line and mass production. The third was the advent of technology and the fourth is the extension of technology into artificial intelligence smart machines and the interconnected internet of things. We're seeing this in our daily lives with Syrian Alexis. Smart. Speakers online doorbells refrigerators and facial recognition in our photos, as the speaker this morning made clear we really don't have a clue how this will play out in society or in its impact on jobs. We've talked in the past on the buzz of the impact of AI extending into the editorial process. We learned more about it tonight as it becomes easier than ever to route audio from anywhere to anywhere. Using Justin Ethan connection or how machine learning allows us to do amazing things with audio from removing noise to separating vocals from the backing music in a mixed audio clip, and I'm sure we'll see a lot more of this tuck logical magic at any be in just a few weeks for some these are exciting times for others. These could foreshadow deep changes in society to come. But what this morning's talk made clear is that we can't stop change. Instead, we have to learn how to roll with it and incorporate it into our own lives as Alvin Toffler said, the illiterate of the twenty first century will. Not be those who cannot read and write. But those who cannot learn unlearn and relearn. We whose lives are built on technology need to memorize this and put it into action because otherwise if we're unable to forget what we learned. And learn something new will become overwhelmed as Mr. Toffler said change is the process by which the future invades our lives change is inevitable. But in a few weeks, an we'll get the clearest sign post yet of where all this change is taking us just something I'm thinking about.
"toffler" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"It's time to chat with Catherine sparred about this week's recipe, Austrian goulash, Katherine, how are you? I'm good crest. How're you as you know, I have in laws in Austrian Salzburg, and there's lots of great food there, obviously, desserts aren't bad, but they have Toffler spits boiled me, which I actually love, but they also have a goulash, but it's very different than Hungarian goulash, which is more of a soup. This is thicker, it's based on paprika caraway in it. But the thing about it. That's really wonderful. It has a rich buttery foundation to it. It's not thin. And so, of course in my through Seattle for all things. Australian we thought we'd make an authentic Austrian goulash. So how do we get started? Chris the first step is, of course, getting to the bottom of that sauce. And it's a pretty classically made sauce we start with a rue. So we had tried some shortcuts. We tried not that can at all. And that was too watery. We try it a cornstarch slurry and not agony flavor. So we went back to. To the beginning. And we just saw Tate some onions in butter cooked in some flour. And that made a nice thick Roux now in order to add some flavor to that. We added caraway seeds and paprika because of course, paprika is the star of goulash. There's five tablespoons of pepper fitness dish the majority of sweet pepper, but we do at one tablespoon of hot paprika just for a little bit of kick. No hero milk through. We don't saute or meet for stews we often use water. Instead of stock. We do things a little bit differently. In other words, stews for us or actually pretty simple to make. So how do we do that part? So we broke one of your rules, Chris, but not both of them. So we did use a store bought stock. We just really wanted that extra meaty flavor here. But for this recipe you start making the rue you don't have to Brown the meat. So once the rue is made you add a little tomato paste, and some Marjoram and bay leaves you whisk in your broth, and then you just Nestle some beef Chuck right in and cook it from there. You don't have to Brown at all. But we want to meet to Brown. So how do we get that? Yes. Of course. So it spends. Two hours covered in the oven. But then for that last hour of cooking, we remove the lid, and that gives us some nice Browning on top. So we have a simple stupid, but it has the depth of flavour with paprika. It has the buttery nece from the rue has a little care way. You can also serve it with dill, which is the favorite thing to serve anything with except deserts in Austria, Catherine. Thank you very much in authentic, Austrian goulash not hard to make..
"toffler" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"If you look at her musicians or artists who've been successful feel once the next album flops, it's terrible because they've been told you something how to do them. And they were just amazing voice of generation or insight into what is likely being indigo and then second album nothing fair enough. Could be just as chumps nothing to do with them. But they've been told how wonderful and it was them. It was them and not just Jones and everyone else producing rubbish work or even just just John's. And it's quite hard to live with that. I think and we all have to our own away have to get to grips with that that, you know, just because you did a really big project last time for really big business. That was really we'll changing doesn't mean. The next one. You do has to be bigger. Same album thing. Exactly. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. You have you lost to do? You have a habit. Do. Now. Are you see it washed up? Now, you one of those people that used to be good. There's a thing in the music industry. If you ever walked down in the in the label's offices. He walked down the corridors. And they goes that guy. There is normally guy still that guy there he saw in sewn and that guy for this on. Okay. That's good. So what else did they do? Most of the things they do didn't work all most themselves. Nothing. Most most portraits never went anywhere. Maybe it's just me. But I've always thought most exciting thing is that thing we do next rather than things return to the part is lovely to the back. And I'm quite shocked to note Mike at village years to see how much done in the past. But it's just really exciting. New new new things new things to solve new kinds of people to work with new kinds of things to understand. There's a great piece in the Scott quotes in in the credit soup passbook about from Alvin Toffler about relearning and on learning. And I think I think it's fantastic. I think all of us have to new learn new stuff as we go forward and keep learning new stuff and Kate funding new things that we wouldn't get to grips with and and otherwise we made an effort, I think that's just essential. Why think one of the reasons why I'm hooked on using my creative powers is that on forced to learn new things. Maybe I'm just a bit lazy. But doing that kind of work think makes me think. About new stuff. And I mean, I could talk to you for so long. But on just one final question for people who are listening. Could you just give one thing that you, Dave? I might be. Very simple just very pass not. But just one thing that you do that unlocks a creative moment when you feed in a bit stuck. So I asked to consequential the first question that both kind of questions. Well, so what kind of thing is this kind of problem is this kind of thing about dealing with here. And then how other people solved it. And there are lots of solutions out there to every problem that we haven't the world, and we treat every promise if it was unique, and it sort of is in some ways, but it's not the most useful way to stop while the waiting for the great know the class depart and the music to start and and muses to reveal what the answer is the unique answer to this problem. Withdraw with why not just go this kind of thing. What if we tried what if we try to solution from over there? So if you got one story about this, which just brings it all alive met this car companies, professor Montanelli omens, real Spital, and he reinvented the protocol for cardiac surgery. He's a pediatric cardiac surgeon.
"toffler" Discussed on This Is Success
"I know that I wanted to do by when I was graduating, we really wasn't a way to do it. It was not. Really any consumer internet companies to go to because it didn't really exist. And there really wasn't much of a startup culture back then. So idea of kind of doing my own thing just really wasn't kind of on the table. So I think probably my my parents were thought it was awesome. When I went to work for Procter and gamble company, they had great respect for a little bit less awesome than I went to work for pizza and much less awesome. When I left the fortune five hundred world to her the crazy start at Berlin fact. You know the first thing I joined when nine hundred ninety three when I moved to Washington, DC ended up failing. It was unsuccessful. So it was a kind of a wake up call. You know, startups are risky. Some obviously are successful many fail, and so it was, you know, it was part of my journey, I guess the part of most entrepreneurs journey. So if you didn't grow up in a culture, very much like, yeah, go out like take these huge risks like just follow your dream. Like just go do this. Where did that come from? Was that just. That was innate in you, or did you have like a turning point. I'm not sure. I think I guess there was a turning point when I in in this early ninety as timeframe I just became mesmerized by the idea of the internet, read a book back then goes nineteen Seventy-nine by Alvin Toffler called the third way then. And he wrote, let's I write in my when I wrote a book, I named the third wave and you know, thankfully he was still alive at the time since passed away and part of my, my even the introduction, the book was really a knowledge in the kind of critical role he played and and you kind of guiding my thinking that I read his book and he talked about the agricultural revolution and then that was followed by the industrial revolution is predicting there's the third way is going to be the technology revolution, the digital revolution, which of course now we take for granted. But when he wrote that in, you know, late nineteen seventy four decades ago. It was, you know, kind of a crazy idea. But I read that and I knew he was right. I knew it was going to happen. I just knew it when I was a senior in college and was taught me trying to get a job. I was writing to different companies with my my resume, and my cover letter basically was predicting the dawn of this digital age, and I'm sure most people as like, who is this crazy kid like, what is he talking about? But so most of those letters went unanswered, but definitely it was. It was something that was intriguing to me and and I just thought it would be important and I wanted to be part of it and want to figure out ways to popularize it. And so I became kind of fixated on figuring out some way to break in some way to, you know, kinda have a have a role in this first company. I I went to that ended up failing. That was the bad news. The good news is two of the people I met there, and I ended up starting AOL was in called America Online. Line and in in nineteen eighty five..
"toffler" Discussed on Photography Tips From the Top Floor
"Version of slack. Oh, well, it is six dollars and twenty five cents per active user per month. And I looked at the stats for our tips on the Toffler slack, which is impressive. Because since the tips on Toffler slack started. You guys have been using it a lot. And do you have posted eighteen thousand nine hundred and forty messages on this leg, which is cool. You also used five point seven gigabytes of storage out of the five gigabytes that are free, which is why we're getting this message in the first place and. There are well over one hundred active users. I'm a lot more assigned up, but the ratio between active and inactive users. This always this ratio on forums and things, but the ratios pretty pretty good for something like our slack. So. But with those numbers at the price of six twenty five practice user per month is would come to boil over six hundred dollars a month to make this keep all the messages and images. And then of course, until until I stopped paying so that's probably not going to happen. I mean, unless every slack user also start supporting the show on patriot with at least eight dollars per month, which honestly, I don't think will happen or one of you is crazy rich and can just foot the Bill for the Tf TDF community. But I think that money would be better spent on a photo tour or a workshop anyway, keep posting don't worry about the storage. Full message just be aware that old photos and files and post will overtime vanish after about two years. And oh, speaking off the slack. You might remember the assemble yourself copy stand that I talked about here on a previous episode while where we're talking about scanning euro negative. So using a camera to scan your negatives. In analog, slack news. Joe Russo ordered and assembled a copy stand the one that I talked about your order from Germany. I have no idea what that what the shipment cost. But he documented how he set it up over a beer on the slack. I really enjoyed that. Thanks for sharing. Joe? I will link to the threat on the slack in the shots. Let me say quick. Thank you to this.
"toffler" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"You know what? Actually this Burs prostitutes. It's the same thing. Got not man, wake, wink, deserve everything you get from that life is going to be good for you. A guarantee gets off. He got off. Several times God, but I guarantee he gets out of it. He's though you just whatever you get in that. If if if you off you deserved? No, no. He gets off. Fuck he banned up. That was brave. Shit. That's brave. It's just go to go Toffler and come on man to stick your dick in any. Are you thinking like, so what are we talking about? Like dogs, humping dogs and doctors guys doing yoga downward dog naked and Jim, and now we're having sex with horses, man come on. Bro. This is not. It wasn't. It wasn't a class. He just went off and did it all where the match for stuff like he wasn't like. Really read the article that dude just started his stuff through from India. It's so upsetting. But I can't believe. Right? You left that doesn't, but naked when Mansa next to that, you know, he walked right by everybody running on the treadmill grades one by guys over here. Hopping on the one eight survivor like it's ignorant example of other people not holding other people accountable for their actions like you just don't do that or you say something, hey, I'm gonna stop you right now from doing what you're about. Okay. Shock value here. People are gonna be like. I can see what I, I know exactly what I would think I would be like, run a treadmill, whatever, like. Stop. I say that I think I would like to. Majority of people. We're going to see this one through guys. Yeah, their work kids around and he wasn't touching nobody. There's like, well, that's going to Going like. to like the squat rack..
"toffler" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"We went through the books we very transparent and said hey this is not about us we didn't think we were going to get bailed out in fact we didn't say they bail themselves out but we went through position by position and when we were done took hours and peter looked up at me and john meriwether and said you know i knew you guys we're going to take down the bond market i didn't know you were going to take down the stock market to we had fifteen billion dollars worth of open stock positions and again there's not that much acquitted in the market so that's what that was all about but but by pointing i then i went on a stock exchange i work the sierra for about ten years doing what we call market intelligence or mark int using financial analysis we can we can talk about that but so bit of in the collective career you'll be the defense department defense department for currency wars came from correct and robert i take when you describe me futures i take that as a very very nice compliment as i i've actually met a number of futures because you mentioned buckminster fuller alvin toffler but i i met i worked with the chief future list at the pentagon his name was andy marshall is still alive at but andy served eight presidents he was appointed by president nixon in in the early nineteen seventies and worked all the way through the obama administration he retired about two years ago before trump that was a total of a presence when i'm at me was ninety two years old interesting ninety two year old futurist but more you know about the past the better you are at the future but you know sharp is attack and his his job is not to look six months or one year two years down the road his job was five or ten years down the road think about the future warfare and what the pentagon needs to do so i was meeting with him about financial.
"toffler" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"What we're talking about here and i think it kind of supports this idea that that alvin toffler warned us alvin toffler told us so he warned us of this future shock well it makes me think about the inherent fallacy where we would tend to assume the by having lots of input coming into the mind that would essentially be an enriching experience right the more input is coming in the more stocks of information and wisdom you should be building up right now but i think that's not necessarily the case in fact having many information streams coming into the mind tends to instead confuse the input processing devices within the mind and instead of enriching the mind it sort of just gnomes the mind yeah like the the idea that he touches on about over choice i feel over choice uh like crazy effect any time that i am just casting about on say a net flicks disease what am i be interested in watching they're just there's so many options japan's they'll end up just scaling through them all in not watching anything in order highly have completely unfulfilling experience because they didn't actually view a movie on this this app the service this industry that is about delivering me a movie a something i want to come back to in a minute is it's interesting because that app is different than many of the other things were talking about many of the things we're talking about demand our attention because they are adsupported or because their gathering data on the user in which the users attention in the times they spend paying attention to the app is literally what's valuable to the content producer or to the platform right netflixing different thing because it subscriptionbased right and so you're paying to have access to it so like why would they want you to keep paying attention that's an interesting question we can may be talk about that a little bit more but another point about netflixing i do wanna make real quick is that as we i think said last time we don't want to demonize.
"toffler" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Individual that gives dunrite extra either so maybe one way that you can give extra volume from people has by putting them in a sort of team composition where there twice effective as they would be unit or starves more like soccer the basketball in terms of soccer basketball is a mess was more about individual lebron james can really dominant game whereas mccaw dhaka's more of a team the toffler in limp are really mathematics that as army that they use the uneven actually start from world football in many ways because you need the incredible synchronisation showing a wellrun offense just has incredible uh you know sorta collaboration it's a very difficult sports you accomplished i presume vet when the books are viscaino about management measure command is score takes care it's not like a wall switch about luna football team in successful team ready applies to starves extremely well received by recommended two i think it is but the does depend on yucca quarterback me those listeners in your area it will will notice the difference the four nothing after assert quarterback playing said even one positional change he make a fundamental differences by the team haass do optus team in unison and you can see the difference like you to watch tv archie dg like you can just watch it team approach the office line and you can see subtle differences about how will remain where they are israeli walk into it all day you can see how wireless executing is i swab crowd in office on just by walking the office literally losses on this i do think the unique greatness on like at least one dimension early on in the reason i think that is because it's sort of hole the rest of the company generally slick having let's say between either like really excellent marketing.
"toffler" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Isn't that thing but every little individual group for ohio state have their break down and it seemed as if it wasn't rehearsed it was just a natural reaction by everybody to do the exact same thing in erez is so much confidence losing out of every huddle jt berretta they broke down to huddles urban mayer broke down the punt team at one point on my plan this aim is all ready to roll in wisconsin male game for them matt liner looking quarterback throne of tibo he looked like he looked like online or what the arm of people so for that is what he look like but i've i learned to love them because he made some big time completions nominees but i don't know how you watch at all year of your was god's affair alvin toffler watch but goddamn turfed i came out made a play alternative hitter still returf semi turfs he's been allowed he was like what the nationals in some other teams and he had seventy thousand people at first brewing him at first the reaction inside the stadium was like get off the field falko and then they realize like how he literally can't and then everybody's like why is nobody helping the stood there has to be another person that can move rubber pellets so me with a stamp comes your shovel even maybe like one of them fucking curling russ lap what the show like the fucking curling the raked thing yeah and then we all cheered form as he was closing up to the end and it was like it was a real team thing that happened that guy he was on national tv i think they're assuming they had the same exact reactions is us i get i get this guy off the fuck it tv that it's like not a bad job fella not a bad job for yourself and then he saved the game thank god he didn't call in sick he ran out there one other time afterwards i don't know if it made it on tv so he ran out again and he did one final like a shadow the over yellow checkup because that's a big deal somebody gets hurt their losses who can you get.
"toffler" Discussed on This Week In Google
"And you know what's fascinating about this and i learned this fairly recently this whole idea of the experience economy which is a a big deal right now this was actually foreseen by the in in the book future shocked evans alvin toffler yeah yet 1971 alvac after said would there would run a arise what would arises something called and experiential industry entrusting and you know he he predicted the whole thing and what he didn't predict was the degree to which the experience industry is being driven by instagram and social media so one of the takeaways the people get from doing amazing things is the photos they take of themselves doing it and and this is a this is incredibly and and i think that's is is especially relevant today carr's today as national selfie day and uh i i like to look at this um this experiential economy is essentially being the selfie economy it's it's selfie driven it's it's photo and social media sharing driven behavior where people want experience all these amazing things and yes they wanna experience it they want to be there in real life but the thing that they take away instead of buying something they take away the social media reputation the the sort of like the the the success theater on facebook instagram and all the other social networks and so these things are all connected social media sophie's and the experience economy and it's a multi i think it's going to become a multi trillion dollar economy or you know what's interesting is a if you've used any if you've been to a store latest offering the charm saying i'd last time i went to his sneakers shopping mall the deploys kennedy nor in me they didn't really care and nobody cared neck was a terrible experience and i think we're all experiencing that lately that uh retail brick and mortar uh and a service economy.
"toffler" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"To walk out what's happening with the think they're change it even if e you know uh use they i know poop words they use but just a regular spain where people and data states with you what you had on your your hard okay of last last october or stumping dan that it my gates might be wrong but they they stop they said they were gonna stop supporting an update this is where really needs to be open source project not a commercial entity a mom you gotta have your in from me and and have control apply agree 100 percent do not put it in the database on a website where feudal pay your subscription or they go out of business you lose all that work well yet one now that there with originally it they that family to make earth this continuing to party net another program that's been around for years and i have a lot of respect for roots math hick i'll be worked out at that they would do the think and they're toffler with thing so i updated my urgent death the off well this was in november i did that and everybody within tiff skating by january first this this year things would be working we are way beyond january can i ask you ever heard of grampus this is an open source genealogical research software it's free and it's a community project not a commercial prayer as malta pulled one of the okay see i feel more comfortable with that i mean uh especially if it supports the ged calmed format because then i know i could export my data back it up and then get it over to whatever the next programme is pretty sure don't want to throw out all that research the seems like it'd be a great hobby we need to do more on this were running at a time kate but i do thank you so much for calling in every family i think has one or two people usually elders in the family who pay attention to this stuff and trust me you'll be glad as you get older thank you kate it's great to talk to you more of your coastal become legal the poor guy.