29 Burst results for "Twenty Seven Inches"
The Adult Toys From Dodge
"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but
Teacher David MacDonald's Journey to Apple
"As always whenever we have a guest on the thing we all want to know and as kind of gear you're using so let's start with the MAC. What kind of Max are using so Most of my composition takes place on the MAC and most of my teaching takes place on the IPAD. The MACs that I have in my rotation are my laptop is a late twenty thirteen. Thirteen inch macbook pro. And at the time I had it pretty close to Spec out everything except the The internal. Ssd was Kinda maxed out. That's the obviously the really pricey one and that is believe it or not my first MAC so The first one that I personally owned I was all windows and Android all through school and My one of my first gigs out of school was an all Mac shop and they ended me a macbook pro twenty twelve. This was one of the body Max. It still had an optical drive and that really was my first MAC and I know everybody talks about. The iphone is the halo device to get people into the apple ecosystem for me. It was the other way round. I had a MAC for about a year and it took a little bit of adjustment but I quickly figured out the things that I liked better about especially Mac os than windows and that caused me to want to get mobile devices. That interacted better with my Mac. Because I had android tip I have probably three or four android tablets by that time and so i. I've always been a nerd anyway. So that's my laptop and my desktop is a twenty seventeen. Twenty seven inch I Mac Five K. I think it's the last generation of the imax before they introduced the I mac pro later that year. So that those are my two main my my main writing implements outside of obviously just paper and Pencil but they're they are serving me well. I'm pleasantly surprised at how well my twenty thirteen Mac. Pro is holding up. You know I haven't been hearing from a lot of people say you know windows. They've really come a long way. It's a lot better now is so much that I've been intentionally trying to not be abrasive about it on the show and My wife is working from home You know as we go through this and so she brought her work laptop home and the it people are at her company. Just overwhelmed. You know it takes five hours to get somebody on the phone. So when she's got a little it problem. I've been trying to help her. So I've been using windows a again and you know what I was wrong. It's still terrible. I I mean I feel like I know a lot about computers and getting it to do. Things is is really not very intuitive Mac. Os still is remarkably better than anything else on a on a traditional computing platform. I feel it has changed so much just in the couple of years. Since I've been a fulltime windows user that I I don't recognize anything anymore and harder weirder bad. It's just really unfamiliar to me. Now I feel that I've had enough experience to say it is bad. This is I point out that I have a problem that I can't say David and know who were who I'm talking to. So David sparkes. You're still going to be David but David McDonald. We're GONNA to. I'm going to call you Doctor David. Because you've got a doctor in front of your name and that will separate the two of you for the listener. How does that sound I can live with that? Okay so Sadako. David not not regular David. Dr David Guest David. You said that the MAC was sort of your way into the apple ecosystem and I was thinking. Yeah that's the same for me. I remember I did you know twenty years ago. They weren't but what what came next. So you got the MAC from this job. You're getting used to it. What was sort of the next step into the water? The next step was about not quite a year later or maybe a little more than a year later. I got my first ipod. Which was an IPAD. Air To Right when that came out and I was trying to use an IPAD air to and MAC book pro and my android phone for about a month and a half before I was able to upgrade that. And then my first iphone was the iphone six plus and there were a couple of reasons that I was okay. Moving to iphone at that time. The some of the things that I really liked about android like the the notifications and the third party keyboards in the larger display all came around that same time and then also that was. I think around the time that airdrop was starting to be supported in various devices and that is a total game. Changer if you have enough other apple devices so that was my first my first iphone. I still have it somewhere. Casually will use it like a microphone into it and use it as kind of a handy portable recorder. So you really haven't been on the platform that long but sounds like you've really jumped on it. You said earlier that you. You've always been a nerd What were the things you lost going from? Android to the IRS operating system. That you that you still miss if there are any I I still think android does a lot better with notifications. Ios has gotten better at that I like the options for customizing the home screen on Android a lot too and the the biggest one. I guess I still really miss. I really liked the way android separates the idea of your home screen from your list of all your APPs. I think that is a very good thing to do. Because as as we know you know most of the time we know where like maybe ten to twelve of our APPS are on our phone screens and everything else we search for I would just as soon have everything automatically not show up on the home screen at all but just a couple of things that I know that I want to have on the home screen and everything else can live and just an alphabetical list of all my apps which is basically what what android does and I. I really like
Ming-Chi Kuo on MacRumors
"Has a a a full Based on to investors from apple analysts Ming Chico Quotes Apple working on six many led products including a new fourteen point one inch macbook pro and refreshed. I MAC PRO and Quote the Product Research and development for many led remain unaffected by covert nineteen visibility for commercialization has even exceeded the expectations in our previous reports. The trend for apple's development approach of many led or more identifiable in five years. We predict that. Apple's currently developing six led sport products versus the previous report of only two products including twelve point nine ipad pro a twenty seven inch Mac pro in the fourth quarter of twenty twenty or forty one inch macbook pro up from thirteen point three inch a sixteen inch macbook pro at ten point two inch. I pad and a seven point. Nine inch ipad mini in twenty twenty and. That's all quoting from the report By men Chico and I'm basically it's like Twenty twenty twenty twenty one I'm kind of curious to see It's it's interesting when you When you look at the Comments on this well one of my personal favorites. Is You know. Somebody's saying like Oh Man. Regretting Twenty nineteen sixteen inch now. I want many. Led in and the responses from a poster kiss Mo- Why unless it's oled? It's not a big deal. Find other cravings than technology. Save Your Money Live Your Life. See Nature visit the world Okay easy easy. Yeah I I'm excited about many led. An I li- haven't bars bars. The bars another matter entirely but the led is is fascinating because it seems that it has that advantage of being. I guess a Qua- I don't know if you'd categorize it as an a missive display technology. Right I don't know enough about it. I've seen the giant Mike like many. Led displays in person. But I have not seen a portable device with one yet. It seems kind of crazy at this point.
Apple Working on Six Mini-LED Products
"Minke quos and a note to investors saying that his sources indicate that apple has six products coming this year and next year. That will use mini. Led's those products include twelve point nine inch ipad pro a twenty seven inch Matt. I'M ACAPULCO A fourteen point one inch macbook pro a sixteen inch macbook pro at ten point two inch IPADS and seven point nine inch. I've had many many smaller. So they can use more back. Lights controlled local demand better and deliver improved CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS AND BLACK
Finding the Right Monitor for Your Mac Pro
"Bob Leo LaPorte teke Hi Leo. Welcome I'm I'M GONNA be getting the new a MAC pro. You're kidding and have you been saving your pennies carefully for the last five years. I have been you know. I used to use the cheese grater. Yeah a great classic computer. I loved it and then I but then I so but it got old and I got the new one the trash can. Yeah that that came out twenty thirteen or early two thousand fourteen. I bought it to still using it and I well. I'm still using it but I'm I'm excited to switch over to the new one. It starts the computer alone minus the wheels let alone. The screen. Mouse Monitor and keyboard is six thousand dollars in. Probably you know you're going to look at it and go. Well I'd like to maybe put a little more memory. Marie in a little faster processor Scott cost a lot of money. But it's for pros are what do you do. What are you professional video editor or so? So I'm a I'm a I'm a amateur slash. I mostly an amateur but I do video. I do video. I do Audio recording yeah audio maybe not so much although they did show a logic proof you do music You know record records. They showed the logic pro a project with. I can't remember hundreds of instruments. It's all playing at once and that's really nice. That means you got a lot of memory a lot of processing power then of course. Video is very demanding. And they can. They can not only handle multiple four K. streams simultaneously as long as they can handle eight K.. So yeah it I mean it makes sense and that's one of the reasons apple can charge so much for that because people are using it or using it for serious you stuff. They're not browsing the net and answering emails. So what what's your question about the MAC pro. Okay so my question is actually not about the MAC pro So I'm going to get the Mac pro the monitor the X.. To Your Monitor. Five thousand. Yes AH UNLESS YOU WANNA stand to go with. That's another south. I'm sorry I shouldn't laugh. Yeah you know there is fully the EXO so the next year monitors also an interesting story. It's not a monitor for the rest of us. It's a monitor that competes with very hi and monitors used by professional film graders and talk you know people who are paying now thirty or forty thousand dollars for a monitor. They look at it and they go. What only five thousand dollars for that? I'll get a stand and so they don't they. Don't mind that price but you're right you don't you you probably. They don't even a MAC pro. Frankly had used. You'll look at the I MAC pro. Yeah that's fine on the MAC pro. Okay Okay I don't WanNa talk you out of it. I think it's great. I wish I could afford one. Well actually I can. I could afford it but I wish I could justify it right. It's just it's I would love to have a beautiful. It's a IT'S A. It's a beautiful work of art but boy it's it's pricey work art so There are lots of good monitors what you want if you're doing video of course is an accurate monitor. You WanNa large honor you probably most video. Editors use multiple monitors honors. I know ours do because you might have the the the thing. You're editing full screen in one monitor and the controls and the other or the time line in the other you might mix that up to monitors is better than one so apple is going to. I'm sure continue to sell. I'm actually I'm sure I don't know what they're GONNA do. But I I would guess they're gonNA continue to sell the the five K.. Monitor that they haven't selling until they came out with the pro display so lg yeah the LG Five K.. And that's the ultra-fine that's excellent. That's an excellent monitor and it's expensive. You know since if you WANNA spend money you could also get less Expensive monitors I would look at a dual twenty seven inch. Or you know. Now you can get these ultra-wide excuse me ultra-wide curved screens that are Kinda wild the key for you is Frame rate probably. WanNa you know sufficient frames Danny Stuttering and color accuracy. But you don't need to spend all that money on the X T R. That's really not for you. That's for people who know they needed. Shall we say yeah. Yeah Yeah what what What frame rate should I be looking at? Well I just you want you want it Sixty you want to be able to sustain sixty because you you're going to be looking. I can't stuff that's sixty right so it you know that's fine. I think any any good monitor will be fine. You just You know nowadays monitors are often sold the gamers and they want a fast frame rate to they. Want at least sixty so I think any start with the L. G. and see if that looks good to you But I think maybe the way to go is to get a less expensive. Get to less expensive monitors or one really wide won A seuss make some very good wide. monitors extra wides Dell does too but DEL has two lines they have kind of consumer line in the high end pro grade line. Get the pro grade in any in no matter what God but you don't need to spend five grand in the Monitor. Your specifics at a
The Issue With Mac Keyboards
"Let's talk about your gear. What are when you drive in these days? Well I have a number of things about my home things and I got my work things so at work. I have a laptop from I think two thousand fifteen and it's hooked up to twenty seven inch monitor and that's that's my main main thing that amusing most of the time at work also Zaba little side laptop. That's kind of newer that I never touch. Why's that it has one of those keyboards the key ports? And it's like you know in every guest we have on the show the first in the first segment voice. You're talking about their stuff. The keyboards come up. I hardly ever touch it at all And now the Eski doesn't work great and I like but even even if it still works fine I just really did do not like the feel of it. the Arrow keys. She's in particular just cannot get used to air. Every developer hates the Arrow keys in the escape key on those on those keyboards. I I james so looking forward to apple replacing that keyboard I I do not enjoy banging on about their bad keyboard every guest episode of Back Power Users. This is not something that I want to do with the show but it just comes up. I mean it's not something we're fishing for. Yeah right This is not the anti keyboard show after hall. Exactly exactly exactly They I saw some leaked images. I don't know if they're real or not of the new sixteen inch one. That may be out by the time. The show publishes for all. We know no But it looked like the Arrow key layout return to half size keys were left and right and full-size up and down. Would that be better for you or worse. I don't know I'll have to try it. I mean basically the Iraqis didn't change that much for many years and so my fingers no how they work and anything different from that is really huge. Change right because you know use those all the time or at least anyone who's writing code or tax or whatever is using the Eric's to navigate around. Could you explain to a lot of listeners. On developers obvious sure why are developers so worked up about the escape. Came Aero case for me. It's probably mostly the Arrow keys More than the escape key. If you're navigating taxed and you're good at it and you know oh how it works on a Mac You not use the command key shift key in whatever to be able to navigate on all my word option. Yeah option I you know I couldn't even tell you what the shortcuts cuts are to use them all the time exactly I. It's like finger memory know them. But you couldn't tell me what they exactly and I mean you can even navigate inside sideward it's camel cased and all this stuff and and once you're good at that You're using those Eric. He's like all the time just to get around as part of like a you know huge part of your day that you'd never have to think about but then when the Arrow keys change and don't feel the same suddenly nothing is right you you. You can't navigate around texts subconsciously. It's it's constantly causing like little problems in your brain though the fifteen eighteen inch does have the older Arrow keys. Then yeah it does. It's a it's must be one of the last of the old fashioned keyboards the that keyboard award texts situation. I've got Lincoln. The show people are familiar with it. But I'm the same way you are if someone if I was on some sort of game show and I could win a million dollars authors if I could tell people though shortcuts. I couldn't do it without a keyboard in front of it because it's just wired into my fingers and that was still one reason I prefer referred to do so much work on the Mac of because a lot of this keyboard. Circuits have come to the IPAD over the years but I just on the Mac I can zip around without even thinking about it. And it's way faster than moving my hand to the mouse or to touch the glass screen of an IPAD. Yeah absolutely for sure. Well I hope that the new new macbook pro comes out with a new keyboard technology. I just want these days to be over honestly. I'm tired of
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Your little nitpicky requests a great addition of the week in review and we get started today with Gwynn former cast member Gwen who has a little territorial total recall TJ's total recall podcast it's a reminder of how extremely territorial grid can be Dan blessed blessed that makes her special things change some things I don't want it and I know somebody else is going to have it but I don't want them to have it but I don't want what I actually said the words yesterday as complement something refreshing Gwynne is now married and she's got three kids under five right and three hundred four three hundred four four and she's a mom whole works but she still has the same selfish heart and none of that has changed heart yeah I mean she's still she's still true to who she was when when we plucked her out of obscurity and on the radio deep down she still that same selfish territorial go in that well I I love that you are there other examples of this that we could that we all enjoy in addition to the I don't want to work here but I don't want someone else to work here either weird to me that's like that's like the girl that decides I don't know I don't want to date you anymore we're breaking up I don't want you to date anybody else ever again I'm GonNa go eight a bunch of people just want to know that you're dating people that's just crazy to me well I mean the different way is has she just stands on the mountaintop and screams I WANNA be around my kids as much as as you know everybody else thinks they should because I need that break from him I mean a lot of moms would never say that even though they thought it and they wouldn't say that or I wake up my husband early on Saturday morning and say let's go where these kids out so they'll go to sleep and we enjoy are we sir drinking earlier football in peace yeah trying to get my head right until they're asleep they quit bugging me Mommy Mommy Mommy Mommy Mommy Mommy that's the true Glenn we love so much great I mean she's not coming in here I'll preachy and everything because she's the mom now the Saturday things it's get up early get we don't have a choice children the playground but go hard early try to wear them out so they're in bed by what six seven by the name of the game is where the mount through lunchtime and then they're basically asleep all afternoon and then you can relax a little bit and feel like you're getting some sort of a weekend where you can relax and not be wiping up after somebody you're doing something taking care of somebody yeah the stuff that you do with kids from his over I don't blame but you're just saying most people don't talk about it has enthusiastically game plan in mind and they usually don't say that when have been introduced to somebody immediately go hi I'm Gwen you know where my kids out on the break from now my husband knows the plan I mean it was just easier explain it point blank like that this is what we do we go to a park we go to the pool we go do something all morning we're leaving by ten or else I'm going to hurt the money it's stressful and when you're already relaxing by noon and the kids are asleep you'll feel like you've accomplished something mean sleep late in lay around the house else you just got something done Yeah Martin into the park so they're fresh air check nature Jack spent time with the kids can't bear in hand check so the the things that were important I heard then or just as important as they are now correct little gwen she's got to work a little harder to get to but she still gets to somehow someway you still are baby is the ace and TJ total recall podcast so great it's a I know my request is nit picky but when he says don't leave the drawers cracked open oh my God that would I would go through the kitchen just pushing everything that makes me crazy why would you do that just close it's not on purpose sort of push them callers and maybe they close all the way maybe they don't yeah I've been sent pictures of the bathroom from my husband being like what happened in here because effort cabinet a little bit every Gerard like everything okay this morning for older I need those ones that automatically close all the way fancy y'all have the when you re TJ and Reagan's had the thing about the cashiers let them give me a chance to get myself out of the way before you start the next one a cashiers at one and said fair enough but start getting your stuff prepared to pay before I get your total Ranga Reddy no I'm I'm paying as I should quest that's hey that would be mine too if I'm behind you in line and you wait until they say like thirty two seventy three it has the time you should swiped it into the machine and you're just waiting hit the button that says yes you'll accept it and move on the reading I request everybody have your your scanner credit card things up to snuff an NBA using the chip that you know if I put it in there you go working yet we don't have the chip yet then got swiping it takes a little longer plus I mean I'm I'm having to do that anyway when when usually I have people that shop for me and whatnot they're called shoppers And then now you gotta wait so if I choose to swipe it then they'll look at you like you're so needed us I know it's nitpicky but don't tear the ketchup packet which he said also goes for muster anything any condiment don't tear the catch packet all the way down just tear it at the corner packing what's what does that mean playing catch-up some places where you go to eat they don't put everything on there so you can get a get an extra catch up it comes in a small packet you tear the top of it really packets of ketchup in some places will serve like fast food like drafter mcdonagh on a lot of places where they serve the meal in in some type of basket with paper under it okay please them I wasn't born yesterday no place exists chip machine when it's done with your card how it Kinda barks at you to take the card up you almost sound like you've been rejected that's just not go oh it's just telling me it's done okay dad was out walk off and leave the card every time I would never have to worry about being rejected what is that AH here's somebody's nitpicky request when I order food all sauces all dressings all condiments for any meal are on the side I will determine as I will determine how much I won't on my meal that's another thing that I would sound like a jerk every time I order something and won't ranch or Mayo on the side if I'm in one of these sports bars that people go and I like to go and just watch people in their natural habitat and I'll say with ranch and Mayo on the side please and I wanna say please make sure you bring it out with my meal and don't forget it because I won't be able to start eating and will I get though that's part of my meal and every damn time they forgetting oh well yeah that's right let me go get your main ranch and Mayo in it's like Kim Tae and go to the bar and get a drink because it takes so long to come back and I'm sitting there and if I said there make sure because I'm not going to be then they'd be like oh God this guy forget about okay I got it Sir Yeah but you didn't write it down you wrote down everything else and total recall cast your chance to Yelp review the show and Riggan and what this week sounded like three years ago it's the weekend review next on total recall TJ's total recall podcast this is the total recall podcast podcast subscribe nowadays TJ Dot Com the TJ APP or through iheartradio. 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Heavy Rainfall Ends Drought in Southern Plains
"When when when state state state in in in the the the plains plains plains is is is finally finally finally done done done with with with the the the drought drought drought USA's USA's USA's Chris Chris Chris Barnes Barnes Barnes has has has more more more on on on the the the story story story since since since January January January first first first Oklahoma's Oklahoma's Oklahoma's received received received an an an average of about twenty seven inches of rain about eight inches above normal and the fourth wettest six month period for the state in nearly a century according to the Oklahoma climate to logical survey now the heavy rainfall did cause catastrophic flooding along the Arkansas River basin in eastern Oklahoma and down river into Arkansas as well but the U. S. drought monitor an assessment of drought conditions across the nation indicates that Oklahoma was drought free as of June twenty fifth a year earlier more than seventy two percent of the state was experiencing some degree of drought including twenty eight percent of that state in a severe drought for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes
Googles Pixel 4 gets a really, really early tease (The 3:59, Ep. 571)
"The. Welcome to three Jinan Roger Chan. I'm Joanie Solomon Google decided surprised, everyone and dropping photo of the pixel forge next flagship phone and something that's supposed to come out until the fall. This is highly unusual. What do you think I'm here for it? Yeah. More transparency show us what you got don't. Let all these leaks legs set the tone in the conversation. That's true last. I mean, the pixel three light the budget phone was leaked completely before got launched Google does so maybe trying to get ahead way ahead of everyone. Right. One thing, one theory that are in lob opposed was idea that they teased out the square Cambe special multiple cameras. The iphone is also supposed to have one and traditionally, the pixel four launches the iphone. Maybe they just wanted to say, hey, we got here. I don't tell us where copying the iphone xactly. We were here first. All right. Let's talk about deep fakes and manipulate content. A video of Nancy Pelosi doctor to make her seem drunk made the rounds last week. Prizing was last week. Maybe two weeks ago, the surprising, how the different social networks, reacted Facebook kept the video, but added the fact check articles YouTube pulled Twitter actually kept on sort of suggests that like there really are no consistent rules about how social networks dealing with this content. And this seemed like they had no idea how to deal this content, and what experts say is that is a real flaw in, how're going to address, even more elaborate manipulations, like deep fix in the future. All the experts say what we need not only consistency in. In policies on social networks for dealing with it at the networks themselves, but also across that they engage with each other, and develop best practices also share resources, the only way they can really address these things if they worked together note that's not something, they're incentivized to do include be weren't in this situation rights, given how different Landale acted. And you listen to a house hearing on deep. Thanks there any highlights in terms of what they're talking about. It was definitely a theme throughout the conversation between the house representatives, and experts on the panel that social media is one of the key weaponization factors. Distributing, this sort of disinformation. And so it wasn't unreasonable for there to be these kind of questions that take these networks to task. Did you see the big Zucker Berg do? Yeah. Supercomputing all but and you know that came up on the panel like they brought up the Zakar thing. And one of the panelists experts noted, obviously, when this video says that Coburg says that I can control the future, obviously, that's not true because if he could he wouldn't be in the message and right now. So, you know, even the fact that I it is difficult. There are defects that are satire that are so Atlanta, they cannot actually believe it's hard to decide win something needs to be taken down under what circumstances, who target is. What are those? What are those rules yet? The point of the story that queenie wounded looking at the consistent reactions was. Yes. There's sometimes a line, their words. It could be parody. It could be commentary. And I think that's kinda wives social networks right now. Our little trapped in terms of like trap, but they're little befuddled in terms of how to deal with these videos. Right this content. Lastly, you want a review of a twenty seven inch Android tablet built into a GE oven hood, sticker price, only twelve hundred dollars a steel steel, would you want to put this thing on your oven plus side? Gotcha recipes and your YouTube videos on how great their in front of you in the pot. Yup. Downside putting all those Electric's right of an over. Yeah. Yeah. That's a little weird. The battery their power source. It's got all that, grease just like there's a lot of cleanup involved here. I don't know. It is on top of another hoods. Maybe. All right. That's one of the story. C J, Johnny. It's listening.
How Do You Solve A Problem Like Nintendo?
"The problem with intendo games. And here we are two thousand nineteen. I'm glad Nintendo's finally, solving this problem. They create the best party games in the world games that you wanna play with other people. But you couldn't play with them with people who weren't in the room with you. I'm not twelve. I'm not having simple ours anymore. If I were a kid that would be an unbelievable experience to play those games with people in your living room. But, you know, I'm old grizzled. I got children. I don't have time to, to go over to your house and play games. I wish that we did have time. Maybe we get our families moving together and I live together a couple times a week. I'd be okay with that pitch that yeah. Which puts that to our families because that could be a win win scenario for us. It could be. We could game together. But now we can do it online with the switch. So that's the problem with the we is who are you gonna play with? Yeah. Nobody that's why it was cool to stream that game on twitch. But all the levels I played were extremely absurdly difficult levels that you would never figure out unless they told you what the trick was even they told you the trick dude. It would take me five hours to master this, I'm not gonna waste my time. It's not fun. I'm not having fun. So I got. No. I, I agree. And, you know, like I was saying earlier, I wanna do levels that are enjoyable ones that are inventive there. There were some that I saw that. We're one screen levels, where it's you have to follow a path in order to get through the level. But it's one screen. Now, are you talking about Super Mario maker one? Okay. People had done where legitimately. You would have small quarters you could go up to get through a certain area was very tight. Yeah. All on one screen so you could figure out how to do that was fun. Those were enjoyable. The auto scroll levels that people. Those are the levels where you just do one thing, and that basically just takes you. That's kind of fun. You know. So at first one when I saw, you'll do mazing, then, like, after the thirtieth one, I was like all right, look, you know, only a couple of these are actually fun. But some people did some inventive things whereas cages hold forward and run. And like you, you would get the icon. So you'd be like Mariana kart, and so like it looked like you're on a race track as what they would do. So there's a lot of really cool things with that. And I think with Mari maker to some of the extra stuff that they added in there, you can tell that they had those ideas, and mine, whereas like these people done inventive things Lynn, do some more stuff. Do amazing things on here. And the fact that you can do coop play or competitive play that even the game it does because it looks like it'll be on separate screens, because the problem is like new Super, Mario, there's you is that you only had to be on one screen and that sucked because it made it really tough to do two or even four players four players. I thought was unplayable in to really back in the day when we would play Nintendo. Oh sixty four and there would be four players. I don't wanna scream like you've played golden eye. There'd be four people in one twenty seven inch square television alga, as we're complaining about, I share HD screen with insurance with one other
'When are we getting a decent android tablet?'
"Are we getting decent, Android tablet, which is really related to criminal OS two. Things are also responsible for seems like chrome os and Android coming together. A little bit more chromosomes. Kind of the preferred operating system for these larger screen displays is that the future of the tablet is there, a big Google tablet future ahead of you. I would say we're experimenting your there's still many Android tablets out there and still being sold, and we're with the pixel slate, we've tried what a chromosome chromosome, his take on tablets could be like a detachable, I guess, but it is certainly in tablet mode as well. So we're experimenting, you know, you talked about how Chromos an Android are coming together. I kind of characterize it somewhat differently, by the way, they're both successful operating systems targeting very different use cases, and we share technologies. So as an example in chrome OS the way updates work that pixel uses now that technology to do auto updates in the background. And so on that's Chromos thing. Pixel his taken in the reverse direction the ability to run Android apps. That's something that Kromah says adopted from the side. So that's kind of how we're sharing technologies in both directions. I don't know if you would call that coming together, I would often get asked the question of are they going to merge, certainly, not our thinking about it. Do you think that the future of supplements? You don't make proper desktop computer. Right. You make pixel books phones, but very few people are like shipping tower. Computers, running chromosome shipping. Twenty seven inch on ones running chrome OS is that do you have an ambition to capture that part of the market as well and have these primary desktop workstations. And when you say desktop lyrics. Literally mean. A little bit. I think I actually think chrome OS has a lot of advantages. It's been built recently. So it has a vantage around security the security regime for the system. I think is great. The update ability the statelessness all these things I think may Chromos ideal for the next generation of I'll call it desktop computing. But it could be laptops to. Those things aren't going away. And you know, I think number of years ago people predicted tablets would take over and people wouldn't buy PC's anymore. And I don't think that's happened. And that certainly I don't think that's going to happen. And I think Chromos has a very interesting play there for sure so we're investing a lot in that space. Absolutely. But do you think that's kinda capture share from windows from the MAC criminal is actually growing in ab- relatively stagnant to? I guess stagnant market.
Would you eat lab-grown meat? (The 3:59, Ep. 536)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Joni Sussman it's called clean meat or cultured me scientists can take a collection of cells from an animal without harming it. Feed. Those cells nutrients and grow them into lab grown, meat Lexus. Evita's has a great video about her. Visit to a company called just that's developing lab-grown, chicken and beef. So Joan your vegetate Erion. I'm sorry for forcing you to like be Representative of vegetarians everywhere token vegetarian. Thank you very much for doing that would vegetarians eat something like this. I feel like it's supposed to be marketed for vegetarians. Do they do they want this product unless you're how Justice marketing it, and I don't even know if it's to market. I don't think it's tomorrow. But. I think the I would assume the idea is not just a market vegetarians. I think probably the ideas to market to all consumers of meat and non people that don't eat me. Like, I think in from a vegetarian perspective, I think whether or not you would be okay, eating a lab grown meat that is legitimate chicken. Or beef protein depends on why you became vegetarian the first place, you became vegetarian the first place for like a like, I don't want animals to be killed for my meat reason than it. Theoretically would be fine. If you stopped eating meat because you're like, I don't like the idea of any animal protein entering my body, then you wouldn't. So I think comes down to that. But I do think that probably they don't wanna just reach the small niche market of vegetarians. Yeah. Right. But the second part that you mentioned, so my my wife was vegetarian for a very long time until should be pregnant with twins and had to start eating protein to make sure she had to start eating fish and chicken to make sure she was gonna protean. Yeah. And she doesn't like the texture of chicken. Yeah. So if I mentioned this to her, I don't think she would like it. You know, it doesn't matter. Whether it was from like, a chicken that you killed or whether it was from a chicken grown in a lab, right? You know, this kind of like, I don't know. I think it's fascinating. I think it's a really interesting concept. What are the other elements that is definitely interesting to discuss as far as the environmental impact. So there are people became vegetarian also because they're concerned about the environment. They they see that, you know, creating a pound of beef is also very taxing on the environment as being somebody who just plant based products. Right. So I think that maybe the bigger Mark. That they would be going for is people who eat meat already, but are feeling guilty about it because it doesn't. So this kind of meet a it doesn't actually involve killing an animal. So you can eat your meat without having to kill cute little chicken. But it also doesn't involve the UN says that thirty percent of the planet's land surface is used for livestock agriculture an eighteen percent of climate change emissions of carbon dioxide emissions. Believe are from the same thing. So actual meat from where you kill the chicken and kill the cow. That's really really bad for the environment. In a lotta ways. So I would imagine just going for people since it's a bigger market people that eat meat, but maybe would like to do it in a way that doesn't hurt the planet as much doesn't hurt the animals as much. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely interesting. When jump to the next topic next up apple announced yet another product update this week after the ipad announcement yesterday. Revamped the guts in its twenty one point five inch and twenty seven inch. I'm axe though. They look the same as prior models. Both us ops got new Intel processors and radio on graphics cards. It's interesting that they're just coming out with these as like these very simple quick incremental announcements because it seems pretty clear that they're moving more towards services as the next great thing to kind of save Apple's business because the iphone isn't doing as well as had been doing in previous years, right? Yeah. So they've they've had a stated initiative that they're going to try to get their services to twenty percent of revenue by the end of Tony twenty and to do that that means that they're going to have to launch more services. But so we do have the event coming up next week where it's expected to be services heavy events next Monday. And so what we're seeing this week? I think is apple kind of clearing the deck of all these other incremental improvements and news announcements that have to do with Pat and have to do with MAC and give people really good impression that like, hey, you're almost definitely not gonna get any product. You're not getting hardware next week are very possible. Look air pods to. We'll see. Yeah. Right away last right. Chris has a really great explainer out today about Amazon's recognition facial recognition software what it's used for. Why it's controversial? So definitely check that out either way. If you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Joni saw thanks for listening.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Only get allowed to get twenty seven inches of toilet paper or. You know visit and then wait another nine minutes to get another twenty seven inches. Wait a minute. Is this a private toilet? That's charging people for going in and only dispensing so much like what are the circus tourist facilities? So I just looked it up because they're caused us to Google things for her. So for example at Beijing. Six hundred year old temple of heaven administrators recognize the need to stock the public bathrooms a toilet paper requirement for obtaining a top rating from the national tourism authority, but they also needed a means of preventing patrons from stripping them bare for personal use my because like, you know, there's still parts of China that are relatively poor. It's developing countries when we can grab a whole roll trailer paper, they're going to so hints the introduction of a new technology that dispenses just one sixty centimeters section of paper every nine minutes following a face scan. So Sarah's absolutely correct quit. How long how large was it? It's one hundred meters. And she said twenty six twenty seven inches. I I'm sure the math checks out. So so sorry, you're absolutely correct. They are using facial scans. In restrooms that are like public restrooms to keep people from stealing roles and taking them home. And how you feel about this era? Well, they're fading of toilet paper. But I really like the reason I'm mentioning it because we bring that one Barucha because. So many people that that they use. I mean, we're not concerned about security cameras inside bathroom. I think you I think you misunderstand. Why they're doing it? So they aren't doing it to conserve paper or people use less paper overall. They're doing it to prevent people from stealing toilet paper and taking it home to us. So the total amount of toilet paper being used to white butts is the same. It's just they don't want people stealing it and taking it home to America. Where we we do have poor people in America. But it's not do not that yet. For the United States, not everybody. But most people can afford toilet paper and most businesses like if you go to McDonald's, and they can afford to give it to you. Yeah. Right. But he. Even at McDonald's. They have the little lock on the toilet paper thing. So you can't. But you could you could pull off as much of it as you want and stick it in your bag. But the thing is is the beauty of capitalism is we are such a rich and economically developed society that people don't need to go steal toilet paper. You know, there's a few exceptions. But the vast majority people don't need to steal toilet paper. And the vast majority of businesses it's not gonna hurt him that much if people did so it's it's not for conservation. The I wanna use this for a needle needle people that used the public bathrooms shoot a needle and to vandalize. I mean, they just. When users to get twenty seven inches of toilet paper. I don't understand saying she doesn't want people using public restrooms to shoot up. And so there's two issues there one just people having availability of safe places and clean needles. And that's why some of the more enlightened cities, the public health department fund safe places for people to go get clean needles and shoot up, and you know, some people like, oh, you're just encouraging them to do this. You know, there are already addicted. They're already gonna do it. You're just trying to do harm reduction by giving them a clean safe place and clean needles to the reason that they're billing this is they don't have I want.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"I think three X would be lost on people's eyes added distances that they've youth from his still means that you'd be able to watch your video Nate. Natively which is an advantage. But I don't know if k on the twenty seven inch screen like does anyone have the eagle is to distinguish that from two x on a twenty-seven put a to x three x twenty seven inch screen right next to each other and ask somebody at normal urine distance to tell a difference. And if they can't then you're just wasting money, and it's not a great idea. But if apple made an eight K twenty seven inch like I think that is a reasonable size for the monitor. And if the price wasn't ridiculous, I would buy one, even if I would even if I thought it was, you know, wasting online if I'd rather have a slightly wasteful slightly more expensive aid K screen at three x than that LG thing that Mark weights. The three x theory is a nice theory. I don't buy it. If you look at what devices have three ex now, it's only the iphone ten and tennis and tennis max, that's it the previous plus phones. Didn't even have three ex they they rendered a three x in like in the buffer in like the software side, but then they scaled it down to the actual screen pixels. So that made it kind of between two and three x. And then, of course, all the other iphones are worse to X. If you look at why they might have gone three x where they did. There's a lot of other factors like, for instance, phones are hyper competitive and all the other phones went to nearly that new of those densities or in those maybe a little Pasos density. So like, but you know, in in the ballpark at those densities, so it it was hyper competitive and everyone else was in this other regions. So apple before they had to meet that region. The other big reason on the iphone ten and why wasn't used on any other phone, including the iphone ten are, which is LCD is at the ten and ten. And ten is max are lead. And as I believe we talked about briefly a couple of weeks ago. If you look at these sub pixels of an old led screen every pixel doesn't have every color and there's different arrangements. There's like the pen tile arrangement. And there's a bunch of other ones that phones abused over the years with let screens and the the arrangement apple uses every pixel contains a green and either a blue or a red, but not all three. And so you you need like this little matrix of a certain block of pixels represents all colors nicely in sharply and everything else. So my theory is that they went to three X on the iphone ten family only because it was lead and they needed that density to make that sub pixel pattern look up to their standards. If you look at other products in their lines is that like almost everything is two X or slightly above two. Excellent. Like the plus phones or notably for this purpose slightly below two. X like every MAC book and macbook pro that's gone retina, which is. Terrible. Yes. It is all of them are below two. X all of them run in scaling modes by default ever since about twenty sixteen or so or in the case of the night book two thousand fifteen so basically, if you're if you're map because a USB port everyone's a scaling mode by default that runs it lower than two extra solution because they have not changed the screamer solutions since two thousand twelve when it happened, and that was actually a step back from what was there before? So anyway, what really needs to X resolution or three extra solution rather like on the MAC is not much we need. We haven't even hit two x on most MAC sold yet because most max older, laptops, and we can't even hit two x there. So I don't I don't see them go to three X for a twenty seven to thirty inch display that sits two feet away from you. That's I I don't I don't see that being a priority when they can't even get to ex- in the laptops for four years or whatever interestingly for televisions, I believe most of the modern sets do rather than not having all of our GB and every pixel..
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Humble surroundings. Five stories mornings at six on W L S AM eight ninety time now for the Steve dole show to take news test. But not about top story news. What did the weirdos do? Does do this is Steve dolls strange news. With Jennifer Keiper, Jennifer, Keiper. Hello Steve dolls going on in there. What may congress soon require on airplanes? Pilots smoking. Nope. One more gas over you, Steve. I don't know. I don't know more legroom. Oh, wow. Yeah. Congress is considering ordering the FAA to set up minimum airline seats sizes, investigate the size and number of airplane laboratories. Established new standards for allowing service animals to fly with their human owners. And what is it's a bunch of proposals. That are included in a compromise. FAA funding plan released by the house in the Senate lawmakers over the weekend, so seed wit and legroom. Yep. Yeah. What about fake service animals? A lotta those men Bill. Well, a friend of Mike all my son, Mike the daughter had a birthday party yesterday. In one of my friends is a pilot. And he was telling me that I wanna his flight somebody tried to pass off a peacock as a service edible. Yeah. I think there was something like that was reported in the news awhile back that a peacock was as well as his white. Wow. Well, the Bill requires man compete. The Bill requires that the FAA establish reasonable measures to ensure people are not improperly pretending they're pets are animals mandates that large airports provide nursing rooms also for new mothers and expands the availability of pretext security access, the he also said that they're like he's running into he had an instance where like a security or like a comfort dog or would it not a real comfort like? A comfort dog had its own comfort dog is really mean. You just want to get on this flight. That's a twist trying to beat the system there. Yeah. I mean, there should really be some sort of Federal Way to know if it's really like some kind of hologram on the vast registry. Yeah. Like a real like a car. Yeah. Right. You know, like. Say pre or whatever, right. Yeah. I got my global services. Did you got a renewed? You you take on? I to take a flight just to test that baby out. Yeah. You know, maybe. You asked about the room between the rows. They've been shrinking for many years and airlines are, you know, obviously more seats on the planes, right bastards. It was commonly once common Lee thirty four thirty five inches. It's now less than thirty inches on some planes, and the FAA officials say that the existing safety rules mean that seats are unlikely to ever get smaller than twenty-seven inches. With my ass is like forty inches where am I supposed to do? Get two seats. Or lose weight. I guess. Well, the room between rows measured from with. Measure from a point one one seat to the same point on the seat in the next route. There's never enough room should be wide enough to accommodate a peacock. I think in full bloom a full. Yeah. Right. Impressing, a mate or hand. But a peacock, right. Exactly. Yeah. All right. Well, yeah. Some people do get two seats that doesn't help your legroom many. Yeah. But it's really hard to maintain that empty seat. On a full flight. A lot of pressure on you to give that thing up. And it's like, no, no, no, that's my that's my extra seat for the rest of my butt. Does your husband doesn't your husband do that get two seats? No. He always picks it. He bought pays extra to get a CV. What's up? Misunderstood because I mean, I've tried that a couple of times and it's just impossible. They come. They come out for we have people that are. Weightless like to bed, and then people start bullying, you people term bullet. It's ridiculous. People on standby. It's really too much pressure. Six flags Missouri is holding a contest to stay inside. What for nearly your husband was fat? I thought that you would just told me that for some reason. No, he likes to it drives me crazy because he wants to pay for the extra seat because he wants to be closer to the front, and I'm like, but you're not in a hurry. Does get an extra seat. No, he doesn't he just pays more to sit closer. Because he usually by the time we booked the tickets were in the thirtieth like economy, plus yeah, he wants to sit near in row. Eight not twenty eight oh feeling and I just make sure that you never sits near the bathroom because that could be a whole cluster I need I need to be able to see the bathroom at all times. Six flags in Missouri. Me is holding a contest to stay inside. What for nearly thirty hour straight roller coaster house close? Yeah. One of the things we're the floor drops out. Now a coffin. Six flags amusement.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Giving baseball remorse with permission fish licensee of major league baseball players association by or oregon won the world series that comeback in game two when they were one strike from gun in that all that could have ended blooming lord alli rush men at the plate who arkansas could not retired he said a record for hits and the unhittable kevin able four wins in the seat of us to complete game shutout close it down to five days two hundred and forty seven pitches ninety five the close at mississippi state saturday twenty three in game one hundred and forty nine two rose pigs sui last night too many pitches ramona and what do you buy what you saw from the beavers national you're talking college player we are just everyday innings if you needed them like just try to yeah different game okay but like this is causing we'll series i know two hundred forty seven pitches and a five days van is a lot and probably too much but try asking the kid if you wanna to come out he wanted to be out there every single game so i i mean you can't just ask the kid because of course is gonna wanna be out there he's not thinking about his future prospects in baseball and the coaches the one who needs to be thinking about that so it does give you some red flags i will say though this this kid this is the first time he went nine and if you're going to save him up if you're going to do it at some point you're going to do it in the clinton game the college world series were him and all this other teammates who might not make it to a higher stage get that with there's a reason they have pitch counts and a lot of high school conferences around the country now there's a reason we talk about pitch counts in colleges ben mcdonald for anybody around the baltimore area remember what he was not after lift lsu came here so i think you have to have some concern i understand what you're saying kaby for sure but the concern for me would have been that game too when you brought him in and he pitched thirty some pictures that's the place where i would say okay sit down you didn't need to bring them in for that game you're going to tell this kid in clinching game when he's knocking everybody down in order that he can't finish out the game at one hundred twenty seven inches i totally understand where they're coming from here but you do i understand you to kevin but if i were out there i would say and i would have wanted my manager you understand everything very good james seven eight and nine of nineteen maybe more to record the baseball going in what does it mean that well it's it's it's gonna be fun because these guys are both playing great they both have the red sox amazing pitching right now the yankees have great hitters but the interesting thing to me here in boston is i don't know why there's not more buzz about this boston red sox team you would think that people would be going crazy over with young stars like rookie beds and sandra bogart's david price like it or not pitching great chris salesman unbelievable rentals underrated that's what you're saying i'm saying they're rated in my own city people don't appreciate them enough maybe this it's almost like somebody needs to win around the horn into a facetime on them talk about that you boarded talking remoted show how are you yeah i mean i think this is important because both of these teams are young teams on their way up and presumably they're going to have a lot more battled this year next year and years forward if they continue to grow at the rate they are in terms of the standings though this like june is early yeah this is gonna be huge because it's airing on espn that's why because obviously it's going to be fun to watch the latest in any season these two teams have met with a six fifty win for senator higher for both teams we're going to get a look at two teams that we expect to be deep in contention and yeah ramona there's plenty of time left in the season if they win or lose now it's not gonna affect whether they make.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Mostly cloudy shower around mainly south of the city low sixty four degrees currently fair seventy two degrees in midtown wins news time twelve oh five a wild time on long island a suspect wound up under arrest on charges of assaulting two officers three people this after cops responded to reports of a fight and lyndon hurst right after eleven saturday night suffolk county officials say fortyoneyearold christopher perron had allegedly punched two men and one woman from the suspect officials say punched the female officer who had approached him breaking her nose they say that perot broke the finger of another officer he was charged with assault resisting arrest the officers the other three treated for injuries at local hospitals are reports the suspect was also treated for injuries wins news time twelve oh six new jersey getting federal help a major disaster declaration for damage from the severe winter snowstorm in early march the president granted that status yesterday releasing federal funds in connection with the march sixth and seventh storm that dumped twenty seven inches of snow to parts of the state causing around twenty million dollars damage bergen essex morris passaic and somerset county is targeted for those funds the trump administration's controversial citizenship question that it wants added to the twenty twenty cents is drawing criticism democrats on the house oversight committee say the warnings of career experts at the census bureau where ignored an internal memo from the chief scientists at the census bureau to commerce secretary wilbur ross in january warns that adding a citizenship question is very costly harms the quality of the census count and would use substantially less accurate citizenship status data that are available from administrative sources stephanie ramos reporting accuweather says overnight mostly cloudy a shower around mainly south of the city lows sixty four tomorrow and tomorrow night for your sunday mostly cloudy cooler with a bit of rain in the area especially south of the city i seventy three upper sixties on the beaches low sunday night fifty eight degrees seventy two going down to sixty four midtown wins news time twelve oh seven a driver for private garbage truck ran afoul of the law police say he was charged with resisting arrest drunk reckless driving among other charges after he lost control of.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz
"Anyway you don't have to so again maximize the memory the i mek twenty seven inch and the mac pro twenty thirteen and in fact every mac pro that apple every may ever made very easy upgrade the memory and he can also upgrade the the solid state driving inside those those machines as well as a june rule we want to get as much ram as we can afford but how do we determine the amount of ram we should add to our system clearly with those where the rams sodden we wanna if at all possible get the maximum but for those we can add ram later what's the deciding factor and how much we should get really depends upon again what your workflows if you're doing say after a fact if you doing editing frames doing any kind of rendering any even photo editing we'll get the step back on the phone but for any kind of video editing working video processing work more memory is almost always going to give you benefit is that's where you can have a bottleneck on the pure taga fee side it depends upon how large your images but if you're working with the really high resolution images which these cameras can take day or you're scamming up for for a large print output a mac pro with one hundred twenty gigs of memory provides a substantial benefit over ninety six sixty four thirty two so as to do what you're doing hell ours the files are the working on what your patient yard i suppose to walk away from a job.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"To buy an apple pencil sh know that so my secret list right but so see top the pencil anywhere on the document and it goes into the smart annotated mode and then you get the typical annotation tools that you're used to on the ipad on the ipad pro you know like the the stuff you see an apple nuts it's got the very the highlighter pen the pencil the color selector is very basic but you know solid said of annotation tools and then you just read the document and if you see funny spacing you underline it if you see moore's need to be separated you draw a line between them it's all the stuff used to do with a red pen and you just go through and read it that way and the amazing thing is then when you go back into the document if you start moving text around the entertains follow it and they're calling this a beta feature but i've not had it fell me yet so you understand what i'm saying is i go through all go through and then after i do the pencil i usually use a red pencil because that's the way i grew up doing this stuff usually i will set the ipad down go to the big fancy twenty seven inch monitor on my ipad make this the textual big and then i'll go through and i'll start making changes the stuff that i circled all fixed and you can select and delete your entertains selectively as you go through mc changes but then maybe i'll say oh you know what i need another sentence here and i'll write in another sentence and when i'm done writing the sentence if you look down through the rest of the document the annotations of followed the texts that they were on if i circled a pair of quotes that weren't smart quotes there still circled even though i've added another two or three lines to the document it this follows.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)
"Yeah exactly so as your trip and going okay todd you've been pass it has very very productive and matter of fact on thursday i got back to the room and i had a show to do and the kirk had gotten the show prep done in and i literally drug myself through the show and i i edit the not edited but i cut the ends on the audio and run it through phonic and god id three tags written in that i went to the blog post and i wrote the blog post and i published it the next morning i start getting tax i said where's the podcast and i did everything but upload the podcast so i was that tired the podcast is still on my sitting on my desktop i was like oh my god what an knucklehead you are so breakout my laptop the parking lot was at and upload the show and and publish it i everything was done i just failed up load in publish small little detail the small detail yeah but you know what is something's going on rob they need to turn the sun on because his and cold out here ridiculous oh on the east co yeah still still winter wow it's starting to get warm on the west coast you gotta you gotta come west there sir yeah it would of course it flooding in hawaii so it's weird weather out the yeah at twenty seven inches in twenty four hours while so yeah in maui or quiet when the too crazy.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on Spreaker Live Show with Rob Greenlee
"The podcast is still on my sitting on my desktop like oh my god what an knucklehead you are so a breakout my laptop the parking lot was at and upload the show and and publish it everything was done i just failed up load in publish small little small detail yeah but you know what is something's going on rob they need to turn the sun on because it his and cold out here ridiculous oh on the east co yeah still still winter wow it's starting to get warm on the west coast you gotta you gotta come west yeah it what courses flooding in hawaii so it's weird weather yeah twenty seven inches in twenty four hours while so yeah in maui or quiet when the too crazy other than that i think it's just it's been a good week now just for your programming note of next saturday and sunday i'm crushed so maybe we can do the show if your schedule allows for on friday oh okay vex friday what's the what's the day the next friday c here that works yeah count the twenty seventh yeah i'll get with you yeah i'll let you know a time and it might have to be a little bit of short one maybe an hour long but twenty eight traveling or will you baby back in hawaii i have i'm doing a weekend a training session for clients so both saturday and sunday were i'm doing doing my little mini bootcam so i was on the fly and they just they asked for to be done and i didn't have as i.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is a really discriminatory rule that only targets young women and not young young man interesting story from bradenton florida brock hats we'll see if that one gets a lot more national attention but in the metoo movement and all of the things circulating around that they're going to be a lot of people say you know what you gotta stop putting the onus on young women coming up next of course the four attend the four biggest stories as we see it across milwaukee the states and the world number one surprise komi speaks that's next right here in wtmj good morning is with you on this monday edition thirty degrees april sixteen i keep getting these texts from people in the northern listening area that the snow totals are crazy steven's point i have a cousin who has a ford dealership up there right in the main highway i can't imagine if you have a car dealership and you've got to take off twenty seven inches of snow off each car by hand probably because you can't use anything else and you gotta put that snow summer it's gotta be crazy up there and really everyone in wisconsin's used to snow but to have that kind of snow at this time of year makes no sense having that kind of snow anytime is a backbreaker let alone in april yeah and the poor folks in green bay the second highest snow total ever eighteen eighty eight was the leader that is as brian has asked he says eight hundred year winter storm events he'll join us a little bit later in the four at ten also the latest on syria but we're start with the way we started the show james komi speaks he was all over television last night he he did the abc inner with george interview with george stephanopoulos i watched it live i sampled it later i read the transcript my takeaways as i said earlier he seems insecure he a little bit unsettled about his his his piece of both the trump history and its high mine related to the election of two thousand sixteen some of the highlights and i was surprised by this he didn't call for the president to be impeached instead of letting it be decided by the voters which i think is actually a fairly good take on people in this country need to stand up and go.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Got lots and lots of stuff to share but there's nothing that is taking more people off the track news weather did i'm telling you just an awful disaster and by the way it ruined a lot of things that you didn't even think about there was this one building out in hawaii kai i mean i'm telling you was under submerged and did you see some of the pictures there was standing in his mom's bathroom and the water was halfway i mean the watermark was halfway up the wall there's just nowhere for it to go so listen it just about put everything aside we know that we're gonna be talking a lot about what happened in syria a former first lady barbara bush is in failing enough that looks like she is on her last legs lots and lots of stuff to cover today but we do wanna take a minute to take stock and sit back and realize how lucky we are i mean things could have been so much worse and i'm telling you i saw the video there was some great video at hawaii news now on saturday night of the the ravage i mean it did not look like a new valley one bit that water was just totally out of control and it's not just new valley that's one that i'm the most familiar with but i know a lot of y'all got just hosed out and when you see one guy i saw this one guy who's all of his stuff that was under the house in his garage i mean under the you know i guess he was house on polling p right with the tofu box all of his stuff in the basement hammered i mean where do you know how do you begin like that you put on your reputation you say where do i start twenty seven inches of rain landslide floods and rectums coa gotta particularly hard some homes got knocked right off their foundations the national weather service like i said recorded twenty seven inches of rain major flooding and landslides north shore communities got cut off homes damaged by the fire department rescued stranded residents using jet skis and governor declared a state of emergency on sunday afternoon that means that you know.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Is the water mama water we can take it to the rule on homemade that's the only thing it's already over of week the ohio's water mama gem up she said is three feet high by the by the water lea chicken sleep and then the water a song sounds like was written for colorado for you folks on koa you have our law yikes do you know that i don't know if this is a record but i'm thinking that it was pretty close according to the national weather service twenty seven inches of rain fell in a twenty four hour period on at hanalei on koa boy that's a lotta rain in it what do you do that kind of water listen everybody's affected there's all kinds of a water mitigation things that you can do the good news is that the worst of it seems to be overweight knock on wood i it just didn't put aside everything i mean look everybody was inconvenienced but i feel badly about the people especially out my neck of the woods i'm telling you i've been up and down kalanianaole highway in between hawaii kai in kala several times in the last couple of days on on saturday i was off to meet some friends for a very important deal supposed to meet him at eleven left hawaii kai at nine fifteen got to waikiki at twelve thirty three hours and fifteen minutes ago something that in bad traffic sometimes takes a half an hour so there you go now i mean that was just a minimal inconvenience but those those of you that have suffered my heart go out for you we're gonna try to talk to motto yoshi later are from the red cross red cross is open some facilities on kawhi got surrounded by water and especially those of you that are on the garden i'll you wanna give us a report this morning that would be nice and you can call most of you will it's a it's a free call at two nine six cage and our two nine six five four six seven.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on AppStories
"And bush notifications at which is useless right it's manageable at that point yeah i'll add another layer to it which is on the mac which i suddenly realized not long ago and maybe in part this is where this topic came from i realize i'm getting all these notifications on my mac and why i've got my phone sitting right here and so every single time something happens on my phone i also get it on my mac and it's it was actually becoming more destr more distracted on the mac because i have a nice big twenty seven inch display and that little that little notification slide in from the side and something about looking at a big display and having to turn your head to look at it it created more of a distraction for me working than just having my phone off to the side where i can just go and look notification center i want so i've turned off virtually all the notifications on my mac at this point there's no doubt that will leave an age where there's just so much of everything we've talked about this before but everywhere you look kanani kind of marketplace whether it's about songs tv shows games books tweets articles there's just there's so much of everything everything is interesting these days to me and of course i don't have the time to check out everything so i need to prioritize but i also i need to and this is one of the like i feel like it's an important point that i need to make it's important to exercise restraint especially if you're you know if you have a a job seem to ours you need to seek out information to seek out articles and content on the web apps games podcasts whatever it is but we are constantly looking for stuff to write about and it's easy to get caught up in this loop of there's just so much everything is great i mean to find more and you keep searching for more and you find the more until your burned out and you don't really consume anything you're really enjoy anything because you are paralyzed by so many.
Loyola-Chicago is the surprise team in the Final Four, but they're not surprised
"Floor led by senior guard ben richardson's career high twenty three the ramblers surprise plenty of people but porter moser says i'm a surprise to them all summer long we were like why not us and the opportunity and how much they invested in it this is not something where it just started these guys have been investing for a long time on how hard they worked hard they believed and it's michigan up next loyola chicago the wolverines cut down the nets and the west region with a fifty eight fifty four victory over florida state michigan elder knowles to just thirty one percent shooting as they head to the final four for the first time since twenty thirteen john beeline sees a lot of similarities between his guys and loyal chicago a lot like us they got a bunch of good kids they play together they play defensively a bunch of guys who can shoot and joined differences they they have a wonderful non on the sidelines route in the mind and lots of prayer but we got some prayers on our team to we got some we got some people behind us to the nba scoreboard the sixers trump the t wolves one twentyone oh wait that six in a row for philadelphia the rockets have won eight shrink and twenty five of their last twenty six the latest one fourteen ninety one row of the pelicans teams harden at twenty seven inches three quarters of work that's where the lakers knocked off the grease one hundred ninety three hornets edge the one or two ninety eight the pistons handled the bulls won seventeen ninety five and the magic one zero five ninety nine off the.
"twenty seven inches" Discussed on The Film Vault
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"twenty seven inches" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Uh tune in fortysix gig version of the original way let's not it's not the brand new and i have to say the new ten five is noticeably faster and i think some of that is because of ar kid i think that they want their they want to be ready for that to be an ar device with beer can look your both using ipads i deny tattoos hail sash so cuba i love it and i'm using my job this is the giant ipad yeah the thirty inch ipad that apple never made but really auto and this is the surface studio but it's kinda like when you look at it's kinda like it's as young as city as be has felt like a big ipad a leno has got a couple machines like that to where they've moved twelve in ones yet and um it emphasize woodland know they've emphasized portability and at the demos i've ben tune the hand on stuff i've done they've shown that you can play boardgames on them i know voter are really weird are big well no one was think it's really smart because what they're doing they're tables almost the what they're doing is they're turning the computer into a social experience and a family experience sons have having for people in front of their tablets at night you can pull out one and have people have had their own place a game and then goes back to their tablets or like twenty seven inches of asia the size yet i could add idea yeah and i've seen the muses recipe stations and kitchens and things like that but the idea was he draw there had been seeing you just had this big ipad asked her if she could take from room to room and it would change conceptually depending what you wanted to do i thought it was a great i thought was a for robbers had what a healthy can have a standard had like a weird like tilt stand art that's the only thing to me that makes this will.