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Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I realized that sometimes I live in kind of a parallel universe to most people, because I'm on multiple screens almost all the time. In front of me right now, in my main computer set up two monitors, I've got my iPad and my iPhone and we'll always have a spare computer on the side just in case I need to pop it up and do something else with it. But every now and again, you run into having too many screens in front of you. Last night for me an example we were watching the ball state football game on the big screen. Plus, I had a Google chat going on on one computer. I was referencing some music files on another computer and of course my phone going off having to do some text messages there. And well, I think I actually left the iPad upstairs for a change. If I had a way to be able to have kind of like a circular monitor system, where I could always be surrounded by monitors, and that way I just go for monitored monitor. I could do multiple things on one computer, and besides, can one computer handle all that I needed to do? The answer is really no, because sometimes you can't do everything all at once, even though I try. First world problems I know, but I'll tell you what, every now and again, too many screens. And I've got friends who say, two screens is one too many.

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Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I realized that sometimes I live in kind of a parallel universe to most people, because I'm on multiple screens almost all the time. In front of me right now, in my main computer set up two monitors, I've got my iPad and my iPhone and we'll always have a spare computer on the side just in case I need to pop it up and do something else with it. But every now and again, you run into having too many screens in front of you. Last night for me an example we were watching the ball state football game on the big screen. Plus, I had a Google chat going on on one computer. I was referencing some music files on another computer and of course my phone going off having to do some text messages there. And well, I think I actually left the iPad upstairs for a change. If I had a way to be able to have kind of like a circular monitor system, where I could always be surrounded by monitors, and that way I just go for monitored monitor. I could do multiple things on one computer, and besides, can one computer handle all that I needed to do? The answer is really no, because sometimes you can't do everything all at once, even though I try. First world problems I know, but I'll tell you what, every now and again, too many screens. And I've got friends who say, two screens is one too many.

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"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Is relevant for your linear TV? I wouldn't necessarily assume that they're the same unless you are explicitly pursuing a strategy where you're trying to mimic the audience. And as I said, in the early days of connecting TV, sometimes that has been the approach. Increasingly, what we're seeing connected TV being used for and what we're recommending it to be utilized for is complementing linear TV in a variety of ways. Some of which could involve trying to pick up the last 5, ten, 15% of your core audience that you're not getting with your saturate linear TV by because it's really hard to finish out that reach curve for any demographic really. So that could involve light TV targeting cord cutting targeting. It could involve using ACR automatic content recognition to negatively retarget off of a brand TV spot. So that would be saying anyone who has seen this spot for Coca-Cola, for instance, we're going to exclude them from our targeting pool. And by doing that, we're ideally going to be reaching the audience that hasn't already seen the message. My thought is if you're going to run your campaign's traditionally based on demographic and geographic targeting, you know, hey, we're going to run our ads and The Golden Girls and I'm going to assume that anybody that's watching The Golden Girls on connected TV is going to have similar performance for that same time spot and show as they would on linear TV. Is that not the case? You can't just actually buy individual ad units and individual shows. Not necessarily, but we don't see that as above so much as a feature of the opportunity is connected TV is really to be buying your audience wherever they happen to be, because it's a very different value proposition than linear TV where if you're a marketing manager TV buy together and your buyer can tell you, okay, we bought the math singer. So tune in this night at 8 O 7 p.m. and you're gonna see your spot. That's an easy thing to understand. The completely different proposition to understand, you might be that same marketing manager, if you're not in the target audience, you should never fear add on connected TV because of this such a personal experience. And it's personal to your audience member. However, we have defined them through whatever type of first or third party targeting information and data. And to find them across whatever device they're watching on whatever app they're watching and whatever programming our content they're watching. So for us, it's less about understanding what that show is and whether they have different or the same viewing habit, it's more about understanding. How can we reach what could be a niche audience at scale by working across all of these different equipment manufacturers and app partners that make up our platform? So talk to me about some of the metrics that you can collect from connected TV that you can't necessarily connect from linear TV. That seems like the most important part of the conversation here. If I'm thinking about doing a television advertising by and I know I get my volume from linear. What am I getting out of the connected TV experience other than obviously the advanced targeting being able to follow specific segments of your audience? What metrics and data do I get out of the experience? So at its base, what we're generally looking at as our guiding star absent something more in depth or concrete is video completion rate similar to other digital video streams. So what percentage of the viewers completed the video? Now, that being said, I'm connected TV, we see by far the strongest completion rates of any screen. Generally because you're talking about longer form content that consumers are watching, oftentimes shows and movies. So we see that there is either consciously or subconsciously. I think among certain demographics is particularly conscious, a conscious understanding of the value exchange to say, I understand what's happening here. I'm paying for my cable Bill. I'm paying 5 to $15 a month for all these different subscription streaming services. And I'm feeling a little tapped out. All of this content is migrating from what used to live on one or two or three services to now live on four or 5 6 7 or more services. And I'm a little tired of paying through the wallet for each of these different services. So I'm okay with watching one or two videos to my actual piece of content. So in that regard, we generally see completion rates as almost uniformly high across the connected TV ecosystem. And what it then becomes about is understanding what metrics can we measure that are closer to a brand's true business outcomes. And that's where we start talking about the ability to measure awareness and intense foot traffic offline sales with PB tune in. The types of more concrete attribution based metrics that we've been able to measure for a little while in the digital realm and are now bringing into the TV realm. So Devin, it seems like the tonnage is in the linear experience, but working on connected TV, you're able to get sort of the end to end metrics and maybe you're getting a little bit better consumption, but really what you're able to do is drop the equivalent of a pixel or some sort of a tracking mechanism and understand whether an ad is actually driving the end interaction that you want it to, right? You're able to monitor the performance and evaluate your ROI better for your connected television experience. Is that fair? Exactly, yeah. And we can even start to pull in some of that linear TV activity into those measurement opportunities as well. So it's been a great way for us to explain to clients connected TV, we can help measure what you haven't been able to measure on linear, and we can even start to get at some of that same measurement for linear as well using similar methodology. Okay. Really insightful stuff, Devin. I'm excited to continue the conversation with you and it's interesting to hear how we're thinking about the difference between tracking essentially the same media, but that the device that we're connecting to enables us to get better end to end tracking and have a different impact on our audience. And that wraps up this episode of the martech podcast. Thanks to Devon Fallon VP of media insights and analytics at tremor video for joining us. In part two of our interview which we're going to publish tomorrow, Devin and I are going to talk about the difference between your primary screen and marketing on the second screen for TV advertising. If you can't wait until our next episode and you'd like to learn more about Devin, you can click on the link to his LinkedIn profile on our show notes, or you can visit his company's website, which is tremor video dot com MOR VID EO dot com. And a special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast. If you're ready to make more meaningful connections in your business this holiday season, check out HubSpot's new forecasting and report building tools to connect and convert your data into real-time reporting. To learn more about how the HubSpot CRM platform can help you connect the dots in your business, go to HubSpot dot com. And a special thanks to blue shift for sponsoring this podcast. If you're interested in learning how to turn your data into personalized customer experiences, head over to blue shift dot com slash Marta to a guide to their successful CDP evaluations. That's blueshift dot com slash Marta to download blue shifts, CDP RFP guide, blue shift. Omnichannel marketing for data driven marketers. Just one link in our show notes that I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to mar tech pod dot com where we have summaries of all of our episodes, contact information for our guests. You can sign up for our once a week newsletter. You can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions, which will answer live on our show. Of course, you can always reach out on social media. Our handle is mar tech pod on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, or you can reach out to me directly, my handle is Ben J shapp, BEN JSA JP. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, in addition to part two of our conversation with Devon Fallon, VP of media insights and analytics.

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"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"So help me understand some of the analytics behind the various types of television. I think of television advertising as being one of the biggest and most effective way to build awareness. Obviously there is direct to consumer television advertising and performance advertising on TV as well. But I think most people think of Coke and Pepsi battling it out over the Super Bowl for mind share and awareness and not necessarily the digital type of marketing that we see with PPC advertising on Facebook and Google and programmatic advertising channels. Talk to me about how you evaluate linear TV and how is that changing? I think it's a well made point that you had there because for us connected TV is oftentimes the content or sadly similar content and engagement of linear TV, but with the measurement and targeting and accountability of digital. So as part of that dichotomy, understanding the best role for connected TV to play in a marketing campaign can be a little fraught because depending on who we're talking to at the agency at the client, we're talking to a traditional TV team, then they're more likely to see connected TV through that lens. They're more likely to see it as an extension of linear TV. They generally want to buy agent demo audiences just like they're buying typically on linear TV. And they're expecting that it's going to serve the purpose of upper funnel branding, awareness in favorability. On the flip side, if we're dealing with a digital team on some cases and integrated video planning team, they might bring to connected TV expectations of a digital screen, which to your point can oftentimes include lower funnel or attribution based outcome expectations. Things like offline sales list site traffic and the length. And the key for us has really been understanding, connected TV really can do all of these different things, but it's important to manage expectations. And by that, I mean, we can use connected TV as a down funnel outcome driver for something like put traffic to a QSR. But we probably need to just manage expectations that it's not necessarily going to have the same degree of impact as a smartphone, for instance, where you might even be hitting someone with an ad when they're walking out the door, thinking about where they want to go for lunch. So it's not the exact same value proposition. But when leverage the right way, connected TV really ten serve a number of different functions along the final. That all being said if I come back around to your original question, we do still see connected TV first and foremost as that broad awareness driver more in concert or in compliment to linear TV. And that's generally the recommendation we make. And then look to loop in other screens like computers and smartphones to help drive the message and the consumer down the funnel. Give me a sense of how big the universe is are for linear TV, which I'm assuming is still bigger than connected TV. Is it 80% of the TV consumption is happening through linear channels and then 20% is happening through connected or what's the split there? I think this is another area where you could probably find a number of different numbers to source. One thing that is undeniable, I think most of the industry has accepted this as pretty much fact is that linear TV or traditional pay TV cable and satellite have been on the decline since around 2013 or so. Still representing a vast majority of the country, depending on who's that sourcing anywhere from 75 to 80% of the population. Connected TV audiences, another number that is hard to nail down, you market, I think their latest estimate was around 97 million households or so. So we're not yet at parity between linear TV, pay TV and connected TV, but the expectation is that we may reach that point of parity at some point in the next 5 to 6 years. Time to take a one minute break to hear from our sponsor HubSpot. The holiday season is upon us and it's time to think about what matters most in life. Real connections. And your personal life that's probably means spending and hopefully enjoying some extra time with your spouse kids, Friends, extended family, and at work, it's also a great time to think about making connections. Sure, it's not all Turkey and stuffing around the office, but there's always room for connections with your customers your team and of course your martech stack. And that's why the HubSpot CRM is ready to connect the dots for your business. And just like how I'm always tinkering with my recipe for mashed potatoes, HubSpot is always adding new ingredients for marketers, like their forecasting tool that gives a bird's eye view of your entire pipeline or their custom report builder that connects and converts your data into real-time reporting. If you're ready to learn how the HubSpot CRM platform can connect the dots for your business, go to HubSpot dot com. All right, here's the rest of today's interview. Help me quantify that. We're almost to a 50 50 split in terms of linear versus connected television. Is there any difference in consumption? Is it basically the same viewing experience, just one gets metrics and one doesn't? From a audience perspective and a time spent perspective, this is where we're still seeing a lot of momentum behind traditional pace. So in terms of the share of time spent viewing one recent number that I saw put it around 29% of TV viewership happening through connected TV or digital means. And the remainder happening through conventional pay or linear TV technology. So there's still I would say a lion's share of viewership happening through linear means. However, as you can imagine, that's going to be differing widely based on demographic. Of course age, we're going to see connected TV viewerships UN younger, although we've even seen signs among older demographics 55 plus 65 plus where they've potentially reached a peak of linear TB viewership. And they have enough money to be able to afford a new TV, which now, 100% of the time is going to be a connected TV. Exactly. So I think there's a number of reasons why we're starting to see this momentum. Some of them are demographic where this is a device generally you're sharing with other people compared to something personal and intimate like a smartphone, a connected TV device is most likely going to be watched by multiple people in the household. So to your point, you're going to see the sharing of passwords for different subscription services. You're going to see co viewing across different demographics. And that's where we really expect to continue to see intergenerational bleed through with adoption. You might even see families watching television together. Right? Although, as we all like to joke, defeat to get everyone into the same room, it's a miracle to get everyone looking at one screen at the same time. The joke in my house is we can watch TV together as long as the TV is on whatever my son wants to watch. I know that game very well. My 6 year old has a similar sense. I will tell anybody that doesn't have children and is thinking about it in the future. You will be watching a lot of PJ masks. We've been able to avoid that one thus far, but I'm with you on that one. So the reason why I asked about the size of the universe is between connected TV and linear TV is thinking about if you're an agency that's going to buy and try to evaluate the performance of your campaign. Can you basically split your buy 70 30 connected versus linear TV, but get enough metrics from the connected portion of your TV to make some assumptions on how the linear portion of your ad by his performing? Have you seen people try to essentially assume that they are similar universes or are they actually drastically different demographics where you can assume that the conversion data from connected TV.

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"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:20 min | 10 months ago

"two screens" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"The mar tech podcast is a proud member of the HubSpot podcast network to find great business podcasts like this one, visit HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. From advertising to software as a service, to data. Across all of our programs and clients, we've seen a 55 to 65% open rate. Getting brands authentically integrated into content performs better than TV advertising. Typical lifespan of an article is about 24 to 36 hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the martech podcast, a band Jeff LLC production. In this podcast, you'll hear the stories of world class marketers that use technology to drive business results and achieve career success. Will unearth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space, so you can learn the tools tips and tricks, they've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the martech podcast, Benjamin Shapiro. Welcome to the martech podcast. Today we're going to discuss the increasing importance of the second screen. But before we get to today's interview, we're going to kick off the show with a marketing minute, where we invite a friend of the martech podcast to help us answer listener questions in 60 seconds or less. Here for today's marketing minute is John chance who's the founder and president at duct tape marketing consultant and he's also the host of the duct tape marketing podcast. Where John interviews authors experts and thought leaders who share business and marketing tips, tactics and resources for small businesses. And the duct tape marketing podcast is also a fellow member of the HubSpot podcast network. And John has been kind enough to answer a question from G two meta, who is the director of Marta and client success at intelligence bank. And G two asks what automations have organizations implemented in their middle and back office teams to better serve their end users. All right, here's John's answer. You know, automation can be a great way to create a better backend office experience and serve your customers your end users better. Obviously, the most basic things like a CRM, like a help desk. Those kinds of tools certainly make the communication make the record keeping of communicating even easier. But I find that one of the best tools to automate is to also create a hub so that your project management, your help desk, your CRM, or all talking through a hub, the hub that we use that I find is really powerful for this is slack. Slack keeps us out of email so that we're not firing back and forth as we try to serve clients, but it also has so many integrations now that allow us to keep conversations separate and keep everybody on the same page, really for as much time as we need, we can keep those threads going. Thanks, John. If you're interested in hearing more of John Gantz on the duct tape marketing podcast or any of the other great hosts from the HubSpot podcast network, you can go to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. All right, on with today's interview. Joining us is Devin Fallon, who is the VP of media insights and analytics at tremor video, which is a programmatic video platform built for storytelling, matching advertisers with their desired audience wherever they may be through custom video experiences, delivered across all screens including mobile tablet and connected TV. And today, Devin and I are going to talk about the differences between linear connected and second screen television advertising. But before we hear from today's guest, I'd like to take a moment to thank blue shift for sponsoring this interview. We all know that marketing and the technology that supports it is rapidly evolving. Last year it was GDPR. This year it's third party cookies, and who knows how the landscape is going to change next year. The fact is, traditional marketing platforms are struggling to keep pace with the needs of today's marketers because they're built to focus on channel execution and not a 360° view of customer behaviors. And that's why you need blue shifts, smart hubs, CDP. You see blue shift both improves customer engagement and drives meaningful results by unifying your customers data so you can deliver relevant and personalized omnichannel experiences to the prospects and customers that matter the most. So if you're ready to drive better customer engagement and increased loyalty, our friends at blue shift have created a guide to successful CDP RFPs that will help you make the right martech decision for your business. To download blue shifts, CDP RFP guide could a blue shift dot com slash Marta that's BLUE SHI FT dot com slash martech. Blue shift, omnichannel marketing for data driven marketers. Okay, here's my conversation with VP of media insights and analytics at tremor video Devon Fallon. Devin, welcome to the mar tech podcast. Thanks for having me. Excited to have you on the show and excited to talk a little bit about one of my favorite mediums of entertainment, also one of my favorite mediums of marketing television. First off, give us a little background on yourself and tell us a little bit about what tremor video does. Sure, I head up tremor videos insights and analytics team. I have been with some form of the company for the last 9 years or so by way of murder and acquisition through companies called uni and rhythm one. And we really have become a proven leader in the video advertising space with a suite of innovative solutions that help advertisers deliver their brand stories and engage audiences across all screens and devices. And that's increasingly for us, including connected TV, dating back to my UE days, that's a position of leadership that we staked out fairly early on because we saw the value of not just video, but video on all of the different devices that connect to the largest screen in the household. And that focus has really continued through in my time at tremor. So it's something that's near and dear to my heart understanding what motivates consumers differently about connected TV experiences than linear TV experiences. It's something I spend quite a good part of my day talking through with our sales team and with our agency and client partners. So talk to me a little bit about that. How do you define what is a linear screen, what's a second screen? What's a connected screen? It seems like there is a blending of what the primary, let's call it television consuming device or entertainment consuming devices. Let's just set the groundwork. What are the definitions for each of the screens? You could probably ask 5 different vendors and get three to four similar, but slightly different answers. So two people agree. Exactly. Let's start with linear TV first and foremost. To me, that is any means of watching television through a quote unquote traditional non digital signal. And that has gotten a little more complicated now because I guess you could make the argument that cable and satellite signals are received digitally. But we're talking about anything that is received through a dedicated line historically being that coaxial cable that's connected to your TV or over the air through an antenna. So when we're talking about linear TV, we're talking about TV as we have known it for most of TV's existence. It's your Comcast box. It's your direct TV Xfinity. Whatever your set top box that uses the coax cable to show you the boob tube. Exactly. And when we're talking about connected TV, we like to stick with the IAB definition. And when we're talking about connected TV, that's generally any device that is connecting to a TV or could be the TB itself that is pushing a digital signal to access content. So that's going to be smart TVs, dedicated streaming media players like Apple TVs and chromecasts and fire sticks. Game consoles and my personal favorite, although it has been long forgotten by many, but Internet connected Blu-ray a small, but I would argue undervalued.

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"two screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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

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"two screens" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Promised on the Tulsa Massacre. And it's aftermath in a scientist in a science fiction way. I didn't even know what that was. I, I was Googling, I was doing two screens, right? I was watching Watchmen and I was Googling and wicking about the Tulsa and like, why did I never learn about the fact that white supremacists and residents firebombed from crop dusters like it was a mission. It was it Air Force in the 1920's black business. People in their own Community, what, which and destroyed the Black Wall Street of their dead? Why do we ever talk about that? Yeah. All right, and so I don't want the Next Generation in 2022. Not understanding critical race Theory, they don't have to accept it, they have to know it exists. Yeah, look liberal education which I'm a product of inodes to come as a shock, even to some of the people that I'm watching, Ricky comments on this show, Liberal education is not about sticking in a chip to somebody, so that they become a liberal Democrat. That's not what liberal arts is, what liberal arts is, is to Fashion, change your mind, to accept, critically different feeder streams of information from across the political spectrum, and from no political spectrum. And to form your own opinion wage. That's what professors are supposed to be leading you through that process and your own reading, and writing and research. And, and investigation is supposed to get you there when you're eighteen to twenty-two or whatever it is, most people go to college. That's what a liberal arts education is supposed to be and when you're at high school and lower, I don't want no pun intended to have whitewashed history where people don't learn equally about the great, the greatness of American culture and it is a great American culture that I am proud of and I'm a patriot of and it's my flag to okay, however wage Did some bad dumb and underhanded things over the course of our history as every country did and so we we can't cancel it. And whitewash it, I'm not actually in favor of a lot of the cancer things that are going on. I think they should be critically assessed. I think if you're going to leave a statue of Robert E Lee somewhere, you should put a plaque next to it. That explains in historical context, why? It was placed there by what people and what is he and what is the, what are the boats if you will? If there, if there are both sides? I mean we have we have a statue, you probably pass it all the time when you're York..

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"two screens" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"He's he suggested that big sky country does not have the kind of internet service that he might desire so we have a guest host bizarre location. But it wouldn't be the john and dave show. We didn't have two screens. Please welcome stand in guest host. Why year.

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Getting chippy: ‘I’m a Mac’ guy is now just a guy who likes PCs better in ad campaign from Intel

The Vergecast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Getting chippy: ‘I’m a Mac’ guy is now just a guy who likes PCs better in ad campaign from Intel

"If you haven't seen them until put out a series of commercials with justin. I'm a mac guy. And he's he's as i'm a. I'm just adjusting. Just i'm a human being. He goes and he goes into the living room and he talks to a person on it looks and he's like. Oh wow. this has two screens. Oh well this guy's playing video games this stuff you could never do unimak the end There's one that the key word on the front computer with the second screen. They they screwed up the after effects audit and the second screen is hovering over his hands in like a split second anyway. So these are the commercials. I think these ads are mostly just integrate itself dunked on select just objectively. The ads didn't work the way they wanted to. Yeah let me make the case for the ads. Intel is about to enter a new ceo. Yep they're about to enter this extremely weird middle period where either going to figure it out or not. Yep inside of that middle period every time apple puts out an m one or m series computer. Yup the story about until being dead is everywhere yep into also has hundreds of oem customers with their chips inside their computers. These are ads about real problems with max so like it is true that you cannot touch the screen unimak yes. Many people have noticed this. It is true that you can't follow it over and a tablet is true that you can't use the silence on it. It is true that apple really wants you to have we. Did we talked about fitness. Plus with ashley like apple wants you have an ipad iphone and mac like yep that is true that there are no games on a mac like none of intel's points for wrong. It is true that the design of a mac has been static for years In even with the new chips they still look the same yup and maybe that will change now but on itself is true so the things that intel is saying are just true. Criticisms of the mac get hundred percent. That's it that's all i got. I obviously did not work out. Yeah the thing like every time apple releases a new Embraced mac it's going to be intel's dead. Stories is really every single time. I talked to a company about it. He left hopper. Like you chromebooks. Whatever it's like yeah but M one like here's your battery. Life is like actually half of what the competition is. And it's gonna be a long time before there's an answer and like to do with itself in that that period yet again new. Ceo he just started. I think in a couple of weeks. He's going to do his first. Big thing is the first big thing that the screw it. We're we're giving up on trying to have this stuff ourselves we're just gonna have to use mc make our stuff. Yeah we'll see. That was a big striking for those wishing. He's got to do something that's really. They're about to enter this weird fallow period and the whole point of the new to change the strategy and he just started. So what's the first thing to do is like just remind everybody that from a design and capability perspective. That mac is like actually quite static. Yeah okay well. Maybe like microsoft tries this every couple of years to like maybe had very predictable results. But like i get it i understand i. Just don't i think maybe they should have seen the predictable result on the other hand hiring justin long that made everybody talk about until that's sure got it themselves a whole if you believe all is good press which do not as a method. They bought themselves a cycle. We'll see

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"two screens" Discussed on Impacta con Rodri Ibañez

Impacta con Rodri Ibañez

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on Impacta con Rodri Ibañez

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"two screens" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Some that is something else. That is the love scene from. Feel the love seat but it's called love scene from field the magic for the nintendo ds. Naomi tyra tomoko sasaki america. Namba believes a sega produced title for the data. I loved it so different. It's just. I feel like they were just doing doing anything you know. So i run a little bit on the development of the scan. They came up with a whole bunch of really silly mini games using the stylus and using the touchscreen on the ds. Because i was just a new. It's a new way to the gimmick at the tone. Yeah let's let's have games that use this screen different ways as they did up the whole bunch of silly mini games that eventually the producers said you know what these we can make a really silly story a love story out of this whole thing but like Like a romantic comedy. They all of the mini games into kind of a big one big game and it's feel the magic and you wouldn't know what it is looking at the box for sure to give anything away but people love it if people. I've never got a chance to play this other. People say it's really funny. It's really fun to play. And it's just silly you know it's one of those days where i feel like it didn't take off at the time but i dig. People probably appreciate it more after the fact because when it came out didn't people like the title. It was a funny title. What the heck is this. Feel the magic. Xxx y but of course. A lot of people not short they felt about it. They wanted to think i had one friend in particular who thought it was a great game and i will say the other element that at the beginning of the system. Everybody was trying to do the mini game. Shuffle probably through the touch screen. How do we incorporate them on the one game events so little things you have to do with the stylists do other things but yeah and also because are so early in the ds like life you know. I feel like you know. It's a so japanese just so many weird things happening all at once. And i don't know if the if if the public was really open to that just yet. Yeah but eventually came around. I think though. I'll also say that later. At the console's life went on the games did less with random touchscreen antics. He got more focus whether they didn't use touch stuff all or if they were very specific about what they were. Okay for this game. You need to test rate specifically for this one spot. The spinning wheel. And that's the thing falls okay with alternately. What was cool about the system was of course the dual screen. The ds dual screen touch screen. Which was cool for some games especially puzzle games like a panel upon media and things like that but having two screens really feel you know. Opened up new avenues of game play and i concur and it's really changed things. A switch is the switches the big boy on the market. Now and to this day. People think i'm crazy. When i say i i love my switch but i still prefer the like. What are you talking about to so like. Yeah i liked having the two screens like if this system. They release the switch. they had two screens. I'd be extended. Of course they couldn't. Because then that would make it unable to dock in tv projection thing. But i've got a lot of us are dual screen mechanic on the dsm. Three yes and there were a number of games that did a great job of utilizing both screen. There's a there's a phone that was in development. I'm not sure for by microsoft. It's like a windows phone or something but it actually is a. It's a clam. Shell design where it opens up and you can kind of look at it like a book. Hold it s and you have two screens that kind of interlock with each other. And i forget what it's called. It's like like windows. Something a lot of their with the new. The new operating systems are incorporating the technology so they can just use windows on the phone. As soon as i saw that. And i saw a picture of like a business guy holding it up. I'm like oh that's going to be new phone. Don't me by contract is up as of well two days after today's before this episode releases. So they're trying to sell me a brand new cell phone and i'm fighting the urge. This might be the gimmick that just be a fire. Yeah i don't know when it's gonna come out. It's called the flip now. I wanna say it's called the switch but it's not the switch because that's nintendo. It'd be on my hands. Burnell council to we don't care we're only just think of his career with like as soon as i saw that i'm like that's ds browse one. That i mean there's a cellphone actually another one that came out that samsung did. I want to say where. It's almost like a almost like a makeup pack. How it how snap shut. But then when you want to open the phone you kinda part like a book. Yeah two screens on screen on both sides of the phone that meets in the middle. Everyone's trying that they there they they figure out a way to make some of these screens to be flexible enough to fold until everyone's trying different form factors to to make it work but it's aren't his door ability. It's definitely going to be durability but then also like else. Are you going to use all that for. The point is right now with self phones. No one uses them nationally. Talk about smart devices. So i think the idea of having like two identical screens of the same ratio. It's almost like having a dual screen computer. It's like. I can have like youtube one screen email and the other screen. Just one big screen is basically like i said i have a mini tablet that folds shut essentially fold full of tablet folds up and like a ds. It won't protect the screen for cracks. So you better get a case anyway and like ds you have to buy a pair of cargo pants to put them in your pockets. Nasr rate was awesome. Deal slight is like the coolest unless you had norman norma's hands in which case it was great to carry around but then when you played like man i can only play an hour to tone. My hands be creepy but jokes aside. I did love. The that thing was fantastic. I just wish to my hands were smaller. That was a situation where i want my hands to meet the setup of the product not the way rape tight need like like like controller is like fold out the sides like a sly the amount s how should be pushing butler. Just dropped down. The mega controller pushed back to the that they did that with the original game. Boy you can snap on like bigger buttons and like a huge magnifying glass and style. I had that speakers on it to you probably needed that very clear giant thumbs. That's right. I'll put that to you. I had i had. 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"two screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"In the us As oh tech and acis of all raise raise. Their prices speak innova says. The company announced the chromebook c x nine. That runs on intel's eleven gen core. I seven supports wi fi. Six thunderbolt four and hdmi tight and c. security and meets the m. i. l. s. eight ten h military standard for durability no price but it is coming to north america and cute you of this year new versions of the as zen book dual fourteen and pro do fifteen lead now angle the second screen up to be easier to use better software updates but also you flick apps between the two screens and create specialized patterns of shortcuts. Pallets even then book fourteen ships this month and the duo fifteen hundred ships in april says also announced more monitors with each two point one supports and he says also announced the zen beam. Low tape. Projector you might say was a call that the fabric covered. Tv projector is the size of a large cup of coffee. That's the projector itself. It actually projects bigger. It's meant to be moved from room to room and can project from forty to one hundred twenty inches with three hundred. Led lumens of brightness. Coming in north america and q two although no price we should clarify to you can project more than just pictures of latinos project. Any any right. We're just very large amounts. Yes yeah up to a very you know. Sixty five is a lot of coffee all right. I'm just putting off talking about amazon's response to parlor amazon filed a response to parlors lawsuit alleging antitrust and breach of contract saying it reported to parlor over many weeks more than one hundred examples of content that encouraged violence the filing quoted fifteen examples of such posts. So a lot of folks have been saying okay. Amazon says they violated the terms. What's the evidence that they did. Amazon is now filing that evidence as part of the lawsuit. i want to warn you that you may not like hearing some of these examples and i'm not gonna read all of them but i think it's important to hear some of those examples if you're not gonna go look them up yourself. Examples include jack dorsey. You will die a bloody death. We are going to fight a civil war on january twentieth. Four militias now and acquire targets on january twentieth. We need to start systematically assassinating liberal leaders. Shoot the police that protect these senators right in the head after the firing squad. They're done with politicians. The teachers are next. Those are the kinds of posts that amazon was objecting to that they say parlor did not take down There were others that were targeting jewish and black people using racial epithets that i won't repeat here amazon. Clarified in its filing that..

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Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont  1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

A New Direction

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont 1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

"So if you wanted to incorporate the habit of drinking water for example you could take that trigger of brushing your teeth which is already established habits. So you don't have to think about it and you could tie to that the drinking a glass of water right so when you do that. You have to think about the water. It's just brush my teeth address a water you're stacking one. Having on top of the other you're choosing a trigger So that's that's a trigger can be a place time. The smell of it could be an alarming. Could be a prompt or it could be something that you already do. Decide to have as a trigger as well you. You both said here in this book that an important characteristic of the habit is that it's automatic. You don't even think about it what you just said so. Changing the habits are making a new habit. Getting rid of an old one takes conscious effort mention. I think i think what happens. Is we kind of feel like we've kind of got into these habits ourselves and we feel that they just automatically go away at the problem is they just don't automatically go away. We have to be credibly intentional about changing our habits. And this is the one thing about this book that i what i did was. In the seventy three different habits suggestions in this book i went through and i categorized number of them and actually kind of in the thirty steps. I think that um stephen puts out the actually kind of the categories. So i thought maybe we could talk about some of these different categorisations of creating a home office and then talk about why some of these categories so many of them fit into a category. I think the first one is in psychology. We have this thing called state dependent learning meaning that If it can be an environment if our environment is changing too much it is very difficult for us to be settled in that environment in order to be productive if we and the other problem is if we're trying to change environment that we currently have that we do one thing in and then try to do something else and we generally are not very productive. Here's i me if you try to set up your office in the kitchen in a place where you normally eat. It becomes extraordinarily difficult. Psychologically for us to be able to sit and work in a place where i'm normally eating and so we had these state dependent environments that. Make it difficult on us and i think you even talk about in your chapter to a large extent that our environment plays incredible role in our productivity. So let's explore that a little bit. Does i think having a productive home office know. One of the key components is having an environment that organized Ideally clear. clutter. Because that's distraction quiet to the degree that works for you know the individual. We all have something to say. That i don't think of one size fits all around many of these ideas and concepts in that you and i might have different levels of tolerance for stuff around us. One of us might prefer to have more things out gets prompts reminders. in inspiration and another may refer to have things put away and receive those prompts renters inspiration in different ways but i think a physical environment that set up where you can come in and sit down and focus is important and often that comes from organization you know clearing clutter and you know sound being ideal or lack of also being ideal. Those are important things. There's different chapters in the book about technology. Set up having a second screen users variations within that that can enhance an environment. I think those are that the keys. Her name is debbie rosemont and she is a co author of this outstanding book one habit for a thriving home office. Actually they're seventy plus habits. Guess what they're killer habits of the happiest achieving on base business people on the planet and you know what you're listening to her here on a new direction.

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Facebook For Mobile With Lee Byron

Software Engineering Daily

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Facebook For Mobile With Lee Byron

"Blee byron. You are an engineer at robin hood. And you're a longtime engineer at facebook. Welcome to software engineering daily. Thanks for having me. You're part of the initiative to get facebook onto mobile and this was a key inflection point in the business some people may not remember but there was a time when facebook was used as a desktop web application when did engineers at facebook start to realize how important mobile was. I think there are a couple moments over the years where that happened. There wasn't like a single inflection. Point early on. Facebook was definitely just a website that you went to on your desktop computer or maybe laptop because it started in two thousand and four. You know that's years before the first real smartphones and really two things happened in the early years of mobile one was a focus on flip phones and other popular phones that had some very basic to the internet and so facebook's for a long time had a facebook dot com mobile website and for the first few years that was really about extending to second screen and creating a small version of facebook that you can take with you and then when the iphone first came out in two thousand seven or at eight there was first version of it built as a website. If you remember the the very first version of you couldn't actually make apps for you could only make sense for and there was one engineer at facebook who did that and the following year when the software s came out that engineer through abandoned the the website that he had built i built a mobile application instead. That was sort of the very beginning than there. Were a couple other interesting moments. That happened another was through the recognition. That mobile was becoming somewhat important as a second screen. So i would say this started to happen in may two thousand nine. And that's really when i started helping out. I was the designer for mobile. At that time. I joined facebook. Originally as a product designer and touch devices were becoming more popular. But we're still very much considered a second screen as alternate experience temporarily while you're away from your desktop computer or laptop but we really in two thousand nine took a big refocus on that experience feel-good the native application for iowa that we had was extremely limited. It was built by a single engineer. That engineer had left the company had kind of started to fall very far behind. What the rest of our product is doing so we built version of the mobile site that felt good on a touch device and that actually ended up becoming really important platform to start building products for mobile one of the really challenging things that i faced when reaching out to other designers or other product people at facebook in those earlier years trying to convince them that mobile was something. Important was the scary scenario. Where you'd spend all your time in energy focusing designing and building experience for a big screen in a browser and already the problem of making it work across the internet explorer fire fox chrome was kind of problem enough and when it came time to move things to mobile the prospect of supporting in iowa native app android native app a touch website and a flip phone optimize website sounded like it would just make the amount of engineering work five x and so you could imagine that especially if you don't quite know how important mobile is it's totally reasonable that your instinct would be. Maybe we should look into that later. That's not the right priority. Now and so as a consequence. The mobile product constantly lagged behind. So when we did this effort to make the touch optimize website. Just really good just much better than anything else that we had built for mobile up until that point we kind of refrained that conversation instead of going from one platform to five platforms. We were able to make going from one platform to two platforms. Because if you built for that mobile website you would automatically get flip phone in basic phone support and we would deliver that directly to ios and android apps via this essentially a glorified web browser that we had built so i and android apps. Were these glorified web browsers a little bit of extra sauce on top. You know they they let you upload photos. They let you survive. Include your location for check ins But other than that. They were really just a thin wrapper around our website so that really simplified proc development and that was in an early accelerate for the facebook product team to start thinking about what building for mobile would look like and start making that more of a priority. Then i would say the the next inflection. Point was in two thousand twelve and that's a lot of really interesting. Things happened in two thousand twelve. One is that we saw the chart of mobile only users take up dramatically where now became clear that it's mobile was not a second screen. There was not just going to be a significant number of people who only use mobile soon and very soon it was going to be a majority of people who only use mobile and in fact desktop would become not only used less than mobile but desktop would become the second screen so we saw this inflection point coming. We realized that we were quite far behind on product. Two thousand twelve is also the year that facebook did its ipo and the early filings and mark zuckerberg's tour around he's talking to potential investors. He had the highlight all. The risks for the company and one of the top risks was that we saw this giant shift to mobile devices and that we hadn't figured out good product from only at and that's also when within facebook. We were sort of revisiting. This technical decision to bill everything on web and bring things back to native development on both iowa san android which sort of unfolded into a lot of super interesting engineering work that we had to do

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Help! My Kid Is Sneaking Food and Screens Up To Her Room

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Help! My Kid Is Sneaking Food and Screens Up To Her Room

"Two days question comes from our facebook group. Have you ever addressed sneaky nece before. I'm having some trouble with rule breaking lately where things that are not off limits but are limited like candy or screens are appearing in bedrooms. After the adults go to sleep. It's driving me batty. And i'd appreciate any advice so first of all let me just say. I'm a little bit of the same problem at my house. And here's what i think about it. I tend to be slightly overreactive to this in terms of how could you do this. You notice against the rules to have food or screens in your room. We don't allow food or screens in bedrooms. And so it's pretty much obvious that a wrong sneaky has been committed as soon as i see those things that bedroom because they're not supposed to be there and i have one sneaker who has taken to signing candy. Sometimes it's apples taking three or four bites of an apple and then hiding it somewhere in the room which is really one thing we can say for. Our kids is that generally there really bad at being sneaky so you know you do smell of rotting apple in the room after a couple of days. And i've found them tucked. You know inside jewelry cases in the closet because the mind of a small child says this is not what i'm supposed to be doing and i will hide my crime and then they don't really think the next step what happens when the apple starts to rot. And so what. I do in cases like this is i. Call the child's not always the same one up. Hold up the rapper. The apple the screen. Whatever it is and say what is this doing here and right away. They know that they've done wrong right. I mean they know they're caught. And then i really state the rule. It is not permitted to have food in your room and then we try to head behavior and consequences can we rectify the behavior because otherwise there are going to be consequences so one thing i think especially about food is we tend to think of this story as like my child is deliberately defying me just because even though they know that this is wrong and i hadn't experienced this week where i was laying in bed. I have been trying since the holidays to really you know. Can my eating back on track. Stop with all the sugar stop with. All the junk food. And i was laying in bed watching tv and i opened my bedside table drawer to get something out and i found a leftover stocking full of skills like a little toy sized starting summer full of skills. And what did i do. I ate all of the skittles why not to define myself. Who had set the rule of like. We're not gonna do this any more after the holidays but because skills are delicious and they're really fun to eat in bed and that's really what. Your kids are doing. Two screens are fun to watch in bed. I've really tried to cut down my habit of reading twitter in bed. It's not going great because it's an enjoyable thing to do so. I think it's fine to remember that this isn't really about you. It's about a kid who wants to eat an apple while they're lying in the room reading a book and that's not a terrible instinct but we've just gotta help reinforce the rule because it's also not okay so i'm not saying like well. Everyone wants to do it so let them do it. No it's not allowed and so have a conversation about the behavior when it happens. I found the sampling room. Yes do you know that. Apple's are not allowed upstairs. Yes okay go take it downstairs go clean out. Whatever it is that the gross at has been touching. That is your responsibility. And here's what i want you to do. If you want an apple going forward talk to me about it. I will find you a comfy couch. A seat outside. I will find you somewhere comfortable to eat that apple. But apple's are not allowed in your room and so we are going to try to address the behavior. You want to eat whatever. It is any kind of snacks. even if it's candy bar. Hey if you wanna have candy bar. Let's figure out where we can fit that in your nutritional schedule for the day so you don't have to sneak off with it and it's finally kitty. Bars does not to eat six. Ers upstairs in your room and let's figure out how we can work those into your day so you've had it and then here's the consequence for it upstairs into your room and that is let's say you don't get screened tomorrow. Whatever it might be and for one of my kids who it was still happening with we moved to you know bigger consequences and it did stop and buy bigger consequence. I just mean all day no screens and then it will get better and it will probably get a little worse. We have certain kids. I think who are a little bit more prone. I was this kid to sneaky nece and and well the rule says this. Let me try that instead. And that's not the end of the world and so it will probably be you know the same kid is going to sneak more and more and more but i think you just stay really consistent with your calm reaction so it doesn't get the reaction of like because in your kid is going to go. Oh hey this is kind of fun to get mom to go crazy. And be like whoa. It's just a candy bar. I don't know why it's the end of the world and so calm reaction address the behavior. Hey if you're hungry let's do this. Hey if you're on screens upstairs in your room. Let's make sure. I'll give you an extra half an hour screen time but then the screens absolutely stayed downstairs so like the behavior fix the behavior and then moved to consequences.

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Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against NYC DOE

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against NYC DOE

"Are praising new changes to the screening process for New York City's competitive public, middle and high schools. But some say it's not enough to address racial and income disparities in admissions. Traditionally, students were screened using test scores, attendance and grades this year. Mayor De Blasio has said that method won't be used because of the pandemic disruptions. And while high schools are phasing out prioritizing students who live in the district, Gothamist reporters, Sophia Chang says Middle schools will continue to take home addresses into account. We're still talking about 10 year olds, an 11 year old. A lot of families want there. Kids that age to be nearby as opposed to going to a school halfway across the city. It is still unclear what if any changes, the city will make two screening for the gifted and talented programs. New

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Cut the cord for $10? It can be done

Talking Tech

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Cut the cord for $10? It can be done

"Cutting the cord used to be a great way to cable TV and save lots and lots of money. Then the big companies jumped in and muck it up. In two, thousand, seventeen youtube came in with a sweet offer most of your favorite cable TV channels, no equipment rental contracts it just thirty five dollars monthly since pretty great right? Well, that didn't last long in two, twenty, twenty, the platform raised its rates to sixty five dollars monthly. So this week when t mobile said it too had a cutting the cord package for ten dollars a month while I was all ears. The plus if you like channels like AMC HALLMARK MTV Nickelodeon, you'll love T. mobile's vibe offering because that's all it costs one Alexander Hamilton. But if you want Dvr they'll cost you an extra five dollars monthly and if he can't live without sports news and some local channels like NBC, ABC and Fox that's forty dollars monthly Oh, and you need to be a subscriber to t mobile sprint for rising in a t and t customers are not eligible. The point is that t mobile is come closer to the great dream of Ala Carte TV which customers have been dreaming of yours why do I need to subscribe to a bloated cable TV bundle with all those channels that I don't want? So how does it compare to the rivals? Let's take a closer look Filo. This streaming service that specializes in entertainment sand sports and news had been the lowest price of the Cable TV alternatives at twenty dollars monthly it offers twice the number of channels is vibe with channels like discovery, a an animal planet that you won't see with T. Mobile and no charge for dvr. Sling rates start at thirty dollars monthly but signing up can be confusing. With some channels offered in a blue package, which includes CNN Anne and others and orange ESPN for thirty dollars monthly plus five dollars for Dvr service from there you've got at and T. now in Hulu with live TV at fifty five dollars monthly or Youtube TV and Fubo, which specializes in sports at sixty five dollars monthly meanwhile that more expensive t vision from. T.. Mobile, which sells for forty dollars does include NBC ABC and Fox local channels. No CBS. That's one more network than is available with sling, which only has the local NBC and Fox Channels, and unlike sling t vision bundles all the sports and news into one package. Meanwhile speaking of cutting the cord have you heard that Netflix's also planning to raise its rates? The most popular plan which leads subscribers watch in high Def on two screens at the same time has increased by a dollar to fourteen bucks up from twelve ninety, nine monthly for new subscribers while the premium plan which a sixteen dollars which lets you watch up the forest green's with ultra eighty will now cost eighteen dollars time to cut this court to

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Apple promotes redesigned iPad Air

9to5Mac Happy Hour

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Apple promotes redesigned iPad Air

"Couple of IPAD air four things. Yes. I got the sixty four gigabyte model so. I did look at the next model up you know and I consider style. You know what? It's like. Now, this thing I'm going to use this thing for like know web browsing video calling kind of second screen stuff. You know maybe reading reading a book I've I've done a thing before like I have an an. An E book. And I like read through it on the Elliptical. So that's before I plan on it and I also enjoy IPAD usage of watching movies on on the treadmill having that Beijing time I think I'll use this with fitness plus when it comes out because. The phones kind kinda small for that I've. I think so. I don't think suboxone bringing an IPOD and like and put it over a machine that you're using. Invasive. I'm yeah. Yeah. I have no plans to add three hundred dollar magic keyboard to choose a six hundred dollar. Same thing with the Pencil of a pencil is a wonderful a wonderful tool. It's really nice and how they work with the flat sided ipads. I've had both pencils and I've even made like my sticker pack years ago. The president's will cigarette packs easing the pencil like manipulate images. Of already, like it was a little bit is buying it of Lake Michigan Pencil to but no, I didn't do that and I've found that just having no writing on paper and everything is fine for me for that. So that's fine. Too Expensive really lie. True. If he was sixty bucks then I'd just like sixty bucks I'll use it our own but you know if they gave back down to ninety nine where the first one. Was Priced out like one twenty, nine for an for a style accessory is is it very nice so? That is a lot of money to spend accessory. And then I had a moment yesterday where of is having to think mentally like windows on the stuff come out and like what dates are the important dates and so just had to go through and like put them in the calendar is like this is a preorder date and this is a release date. And that made me realize Oh oh yeah. The pilot mini. The same time as a phone twelve many or pro Max. But it comes out of that Friday after the the next Monday after so. They said the week of that. Oh. Yeah might not be the Monday. So that's that's that's awesome

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"two screens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"two screens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"P s dot Columbia dot edu slash october Lie from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst, President Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden Meat for the second and final debate in Nashville, Tennessee tonight. But this debate comes with new ground rules from the commission on presidential Debates, which says it will now mute the mic of each candidate for parts of it. This is in response to the first debate where President Trump repeatedly interrupted and talked over Joe Biden. NPR's Ron Elving has more on tonight's event. Most reviews and most polling seems to indicate he hurt himself by being ah, heckler essentially and interrupting his opponent all the time and trying to run roughshod over The moderator from Fox News, who had not been seen as being an antagonist before what we already know that he's considering tonight's moderator, Kristen Welker of NBC to be something of an antagonised. And we expect more of that kind of behavior towards her. NPR's Ron Elving and Joe Biden said in an interview with CBS that he would convene a commission to study reforms to the Supreme Court. For weeks. He sidestepped the questions about whether he supports adding justices to the court as NPR Sam Greenglass reports, Biden told 60 minutes that he envisions a bipartisan group of scholars who will get together and make recommendations to reform the court system. But he said quote it's not about court packing. The last thing we need to do is turn the Supreme Court and Digest a political football. Whoever has the most votes gets whatever they want. Presidents come and go. Supreme Court justices stay for generations. Some Democrats have raised the idea of adding justices to the Supreme Court after Republicans blocked President Obama's nomination to the court in 2016. Those calls have been amplified now that the Senate is preparing to confirm a nominee, possibly the week before an election. Sandrine Glass NPR NEWS Wall Street higher by the closing bell, the Dow up 152 points, the NASDAQ Up 21. Yes and 500 up 17 points. You're listening. Tio NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance Lucky Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett is speeding toward confirmation. With a majority of the Senate supporting her and a final vote expected Monday. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved her nomination this morning as Democrats boycotted the votes. New York Senator Chuck Schumer They are standing against this unprecedented mad rush. Jam through a Supreme Court nomination just days days before an election. If confirmed, as expected, Barrett could be sworn in as a justice almost immediately just a week before the November 3rd election. York City's Education department will start reporting attendance numbers. Once officials consort through the data. Mayor De Blasio says the different kinds of learning happening right now fully remote and blended may gathering the data more complicated. The honest truth is, it's been a very challenging playing field to get clear numbers on we're going to give the best numbers we have shortly once we've confirmed them. Mayor did not predict when attendance data will be released, but says it will be made public once the information is confirmed. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the climbing number of covert 19 cases is spreading to Northern counties around New York At a remote news conference today, Murphy said he tested negative for the virus. Yesterday. He's isolating at home. After coming into contact with covert 19 positive staffer over the weekend. And he said he plans to take another test before returning to in person events, the governor said Essex Union Hudson and Bergen County is reported more than 100 new cases overnight, surpassing recent hot spots in Ocean and Monmouth counties. Meanwhile, a college campus in upstate New York is extending online classes for another two weeks due to covert 19. SUNY Courtland says remote learning will now be in effect through November, 3rd. The school temporarily suspended In person classes earlier this month after exceeding the state's threshold for Corona virus cases at universities. There are more than 100 confirmed cases on the Sunni Courtland campus..

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How to play PS4 games on the PlayStation 5

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:22 min | 2 years ago

How to play PS4 games on the PlayStation 5

"Let's talk about how the PS five works with playstation four games today on the playstation support page on their website. Kevin's getting more pixelated. They went through in detail the whole bunch of different stuff where to start with Steve Watts at Gamespot who break some of it down mainly how to upgrade games to the PS five. Sony in some third party developers are offering free upgrades from the PS, four to five version of games. But without a snazzy brandon feature like xbox smart delivery, it hasn't been entirely clear how players will be able to claim these upgrades but Sony addressed it with detailed instructions in advance of the console launch. Next month the instructions part of the PS five support page come in two varieties based on whether you're upgrading a disc or digital game. Up created this game. Higher you'll need the higher price ps five that includes the disk drive. For obvious reasons digital games can be upgraded either on either of the playstation fives. The instructions look fairly straightforward for a disc version just make sure you're signed into your playstation five council insert the game disc, and then select the upgrade on the game hub that will download the version which will be associated with the game disc from then from that, you can play the PS. Five version as long as the PS four disk in the drive for a digital game just find the game in the playstation store or game hub in select upgrade. Elsewhere in the support page. So he detailed a handful of playstation four games that won't be playable through backwards compatibility despite some early concerns that backward compatibility would be limited on very limited on the playstation five. The list is only ten games. So the vast majority are coming over those games like this number one, Debbie I'm sorry Dwi VR number two, Afro Samurai to revenge of Kuma volume one, number three T I love man a ride on the edge to number four. Number five shadow complex remastered number six Robinson. The journey number seven, we sing number eight hitman go definitive addition number nine Shad Wean, Shad Win. Number ten JOE's, diner. So he also explained how game boost will enhance some of its backwards compatible library. It's very basic like put it in can do this thing for you but other tidbits from paypal. Transfer Digital Games from PS four council. Do Playstation Five Council. You can transfer digital games and save data from a PS four console to a playstation console using Wi fi data transfer. You can access ps four games on a console directly from PS, five extended storage drive. Playstation five compatibility limitations. This is talking about playing a playstation four game on your playstation five, the chairman you cannot be displayed during PS four game plan ps five councils. You can't take screen shots and images by pressing the create button on your dual sense wireless controller to show the menu. Additionally, you can use the button shortcuts to start stop video recording or to save screen shots as follows, and then it explains exactly what you're doing here. How you do that level of the HD camera is not compatible with PS four games. Please connect the playstation camera via a playstation camera adapter. Each, Dr is automatically switched on for the five five to turn it off. You have to go to settings and do all this stuff The PS four tournaments feature is not supported on playstation five councils in game live from playstation is not supported enough playstation five councils in five councils do not support the PS four second screen APP or game companion. APPS.

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Pixel vs Nexus with UrAvgConsumer

The Vergecast

09:32 min | 2 years ago

Pixel vs Nexus with UrAvgConsumer

"Big sensors with the Luma. Ten twenty. You will see things you never seen an entirely new. All high resolution forty, one megapixel back side illuminated sensor the forty one mega. Kind of thing that we are maybe entering another round hopefully of weird experiments and not just everybody competing on who can have the best low light performance absolutely you keeping up on like I, guess it's folding phones right thing. Immediately thinking what is it the algae wing and this is the wing. Yeah. I know looking at the pictures it looks weird and. But I'll. Great Job Oh man what do you think of that thing? A thing is wild I haven't seen it in person yet. I have so many questions in terms of how it is to actually use on a day-to-day basis just flipping opening closed is incredibly nice. It's also way thinner and lighter than you would expect from something with two screens in weird flipping hinge like this I think is the most out bird design we've seen so far. Yeah. By folding phones we get it makes sense but flipping twisty whatever yeah I know it's crazy so. We are starting to see experience because I don't want to smartphones have plateaued kind of plateaued in terms of just features an youth new things that will. Come to them. So now this experiment of adding extra screens or expanding screens, it's a, it's really taking over the other thing that was different in that area and we check with the next five is Google had this strategy where they didn't make the phones themselves. They went to like different manufacturers over here and make us a phone and they did it so that they could just make a new version of android and like show off with how Or could work whatever. But now we have this pixel strategy. How do you think that's going? I know it's it was interesting because back in the day who they have within the next five LG was G. I I remember every time a pixel came out a next came out I. I was always waiting for my favorite manufacturer to get the nod. HTC. Come back on the next us. I think I like that. has taken over I think it means that there's More control and what we're not seeing a second vice somewhere out there that looks exactly like but with different software. Yeah I don't know if people remember this the next this was always basically based on another phone that the company already made and so you knew that this was just like the Google version of whatever the other was it like the g three for the next five I, can't remember and remember. As possible ninety five G. Three. Yeah. What did he call those versions of Android I? Mean those phones always had just like a stock version of android Google play edition yes. The play this and. Came like right around that time, and so you could get the stock version a back back in the day we we thought of it as a stock version. It was technically still like it was the Google version it wasn't pure stock Android, but you could get something without touch was on it because. Touch was was sway too much back then. It was so much stuff that was like the my least favorite out say then having that option was so cool. But Digress. I do like that Google has taken it on themselves. Have they made the best choices in terms of like design, all that MOS. Absolute each person to decide but I still like it being in house you know I feel like it's it gives them more control. They choose to exercise. You know really listening to feedback in implementing that you know but I do like the strategy I feel like we've seen. Microsoft. Really good job with that with their hardware on the surface the laptop stuff. Laptops. Just seeing them. All right. We're GONNA take this in-house start making our own things and you know we've seen pretty good success. Yeah for them. So I like the idea as a matter of like execute. Well so I'd like I agree with you I like the because. Google gets to make what a definitely wants to make. Right. It's not. This, year the next. This is not so good because it. You know they they based on the wrong phone this year, right? The next six was hallway phone had all sorts of bugs. What Google makes Google's responsible for right. There's nobody else to blame, but it also means that there's nobody else to blame, right? Yeah. I love Google don't get me wrong best al I love the Pixel devices but one thing I feel like we see manufacturers kind of learn and change things up a bit. I feel like the pixels learning curve has been. Not, the BASS. Just just from the hardware perspective is just. Having been wowed by hardware in a while right. So this is my take on it as they're really conservative right now. So actually the pixel five is a perfect example of this. They went back to fingerprint sensor, but everybody else Samsung has been doing screen figure fingerprint one plus has been doing in screen fingerprint sensors. It's like it's a whole thing. Google didn't. So part of it is cost savings but part of it their explanation for. Well, the one on the back is a thousand percent reliable and it's faster and they're not wrong like I do still have a little bit of a lag sometimes even on like a super fast hot Samsung phone hitting that fingerprint sensor under the screen, but it's not exciting. Is the TIKTOK they're exactly I honestly, I'm not with you mentioning that I'm I remember liking having a fingerprint sensor in the back and it's just so how how our opinions can change over time because the way the market goes, but I really enjoyed having a fingerprint sensor the because you could just pick up your phone and the second you pick it up you're. Thinking directly go onto the sensor and your phone is unlocked pretty quick and easy experience honestly. Also weird season ticket step back. So with the next five, they came into that thrifty price point done it with the Pixel for the the next four and so it was they were a little bit cheaper everybody. Also, all phones were cheaper. But they were they were cheaper than everybody else. There wasn't a lot of competition at that price point at that quality. So the next five, one of the reasons I loved it is it was cheap and everybody else but equality. But now with the Pixel Five, there's a lot more competition this year right then they had with xs five there's the there's one plus eight out there. That's relatively cheap April can sometimes be that same price, the Samsung Twenty, F, e. Got The faster processor Scott like three cameras on it. There's an iphone eleven that's the same price and the iphone twelve is going to be who knows probably around that same price. What do you think the landscape that they're putting this mid range Pixel five in? Its competitive. It's competitive right now and feel like they went down to weight class but that way classes kinda stack to you know it's not just like bringing down the price you're not competing with Fox's anymore. There's a whole group of phones in that area now. And it's GonNa. Be a tough battle because in the phone department, there are some really big names out there like Samson. Apple. So it's it's not GonNa be any easier I direction but it would have been cooler to see things like to see those flags of specs or. Sort of flagship specs at that price point. Seeing snapdragon age sixty, five or something in there rather than the seven sixty five being able to have those things and kind of call like, Hey, boo, just slashing prices. That's that's a more interesting story you know but I mean it's still and it had like one twenty hurts you know just just those features that we expect from the flagship is if they were able to bring that down then we're. We're able to compete. That's actually like the central conflict of the pixels who pays attention to the pixel like really truly who knows what the Pixel Tech nerds right people that are like really into phones attack an android or like Oh. Yeah. I know about the Pixel I know what that means I know people know that Google makes a phone or whatever. But like the people that are really paying attention are the people that know the difference would might care about the difference between a ninety one, hundred, twenty screen so they're making a phone for the masses but the. Only people paying attention to them are people that are in attack, and that's a really hard thing for them to deal with and people in that category that that market is looking. So heavily those numbers yeah under super informed exactly and even if the numbers tell the entire story or they don't, you know exactly take the experience that audience is suber driven by those numbers like insanely. So it does make it a lot tougher because people will just look at it on paper and say, Hey, this I mean, this oneplus near over here has forty cents megapixel camera thirty megapixel. Really really tough well, lucky for everybody There are Youtube Channel Take consumer that will tell the people about the specs and about the numbers. So the understanding but also talk about the actual experience of the thing if it's any good and the average get Super Schwab, where can people find you if they wanNA look for you youtube back actually anywhere you can find me can also media just type in your average consumer and Alibaba. Well. Appreciate you coming on the PODCAST and I'll be waiting for your up five view. Sounds good to see her.

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How Microsoft built its folding Android phone

KHOW Marketplace

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

How Microsoft built its folding Android phone

"You want to get more done, and you want to get more done with the product that that's in your pocket. This is it. Microsoft chief product officer Panos Panay talking about the new surface duel. Ah folding phone That gives you a pair of screens that it's not running windows. The first product we've ever really shift on Android. That's kind of a thing today says it took five years to figure out how to put two screens side by side that color the light the way the two screens reflect off each other. All that's calculated. And then the hinge itself brings these things together perfectly. There's no room for errors and going for super thin men. Tough choices like including just 1 11 megapixel camera these air hard tradeoffs. Don't get me wrong like you Sit down and go. Do we need how important is it? Are we going to add four millimeters of thickness to this product? We're going to add a massive bump. What happened when you fold it back and it wedges in the pride, so it really doesn't fit in your pocket anymore. It's really kind of thick. The surface duo starts at $1400 with Tech trends. I'm Jim Ryan,

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"two screens" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Screens on But it's still an android phone First android phone ever from Microsoft, which by itself is a kind of of interest. And then it has some smart, some interesting, smart. Ideas. For instance, the the two screens can kind of You could have an application span. The two screens which for most applications really just looks awful. Or you can have the two different apse on the two different screens, which is kind of cool. On Then some maps like the The Amazon Kindle app have been specially adapted. To work with the two screens. Actually, Kindle app is kind of the perfect example. Because it looks this looks so much like a little book and the Kindle app Now looks like it's just a little. It's a little book in my hand, and actually, I really like it. This is the most expensive Kendall ever book, but it's really good. I really like it. Microsoft also has an interesting idea called groupings. Where you can group Tuapse together. So, for instance, I have a chess app on one page. Little Chess Board and on the other page, a chess book, and I can use the two together. That's actually really nice. Line up kind of kind of works. You could do it with maybe Ah, book you're reading and one note. It's hard to come up with a use cases for this. Microsoft showed a few. It's kind of nice because you can have your Your email. In on on one page. Be looking at the list of e mails and then when you open it, you can have it open on the other page. So in order to do that, I guess you let me see now. When I'm playing with it, The biggest problem comes up. Which is frankly. That There's there's something wrong with the software in a word in a shell. It doesn't always do what you expect, and I've had a number of times where the thing just freezes and doesn't respond. Couple of times I've had actually reboot the machine and this even after They pushed an update. So the first thing that happens when you get this little Ooh, It's not a phone Microsoft's as little Pocket computer. The first thing that happens as a fingerprint reader on the side that unlock the first thing that happens is, um You get updates, and that apparently helps a little bit. But it's also still a little bit buggy. Okay, that's fine. I'm sure they could fix that. That's just software. Battery life is surprisingly good, considering the size of the batteries, a fairly small battery, but it's actually not bad. It actually, as usable kind of like that. It's gone through the day with me. No problem. There is one other issue, though, that you're seeing all the reviews and I'm gonna have to Go along with it, which is a terrible camera. There's a single camera lens on it, which is on the screen. If you want to take a picture with it, you have to fold it over and pointed It's it's it's and it would be fun. You know if you were a good camera Gotta be cool. It would be cool, but it's not a good camera, a terrible character, so So that kind of takes away some of the fun. Um.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 will launch on September 18th for $1,999.99

The Tech Guy

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 will launch on September 18th for $1,999.99

"He's saying he noon for new phones from Samsung Galaxy fold to they had their announcement this week two thousand dollars for the folding phone. Microsoft's new duo comes out this Friday. That's the one that's folding, but with two screens so it's got a hinge in between.

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Preserving Herbs Over Winter

Plantrama

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Preserving Herbs Over Winter

"L. Let's get into our main segment, which is preserving herbs drying freezing bringing inside how do we do it at this time of year, most people have abundance of all types of herbs. What are we going to do with them? A lot of it depends on how you plan to use your herbs and how often you plan to use your herbs drying. Certainly, the easiest for most people, but a dried herb is only going to be really delicious and fresh for about a year maybe a little bit more. But if you feel that you're going to use your herbs up in a year and the next year, you'll dry a whole new crop I. Think. It's a great way to go because it's very simple now. Of course I have a dehydrated, which is like my right arm I would be so sad if I had to give that up and the reason I like it is because it let's me set the temperature at which I want to dry my herbs. A lot of people want to do dry herbs in they're oven or in their microwave, which is very. Possible, but at temperatures over ninety five degrees Fahrenheit you lose a lot of the volatile oils and that's what gives you the wonderful flavor. So I recommend a dehydrated where you can set the temperature or simply hanging them in a cool dry place in your home or putting them out between two screens in the shade and trying to dry them at lower temperatures. Now answer this for be Ellen. Do you think that there are some herbs that dry better than others? Yes. I know dried rosemary is really very similar to fresh rosemary, right but what about parsley or Basil Parsley dried just don't just don't even do it just don't Basil. I would say my best word to describe dry basil is Ma-. It's. It's maybe better than no basil but maybe not better than no basal but for things like Rosemary yes and Oregano shore and time and summer savory and sage a lot of these. Herbs Dry wonderfully and maintain a really great flavor if they are properly but for things like parsley and Basil. GonNa have to go with the freezing bleaching freezing. You do a lot of freezing and oil and broth chew I freeze them several ways, and I'm so glad that you started out by saying how you're going to use the herbs because I have here on my notes which we haven't talked about ahead of time I I started out by writing how are you going to? Because, if you if you freeze your herbs in olive oil, you're not gonNA use those in like a cocktail right for that you might do it in water. But if you if you on a low fat diet and you want to use your herbs in a soup, you might freeze them in some kind of broad off. So yeah think about how you're going to use your herbs and that'll that'll get you started and I actually freeze them in. Several ways for example, I will take my chives, Parsley chives. That's another good one. It doesn't. It doesn't dry well, much younger freezing. So those I will do some that just chop them up and put them in a bag fresh in in the freezer. I don't them just put them in fresh, and then I use them a handful right out of the freezer and those I tried to use up within about six months, which is basically through the winter. And then in the spring. Plant new plants and start over again. So I do them that way and yes, I will do a lot of them in oil I. We will chop up Basil in olive oil we will chop up parsley and olive oil sometimes I will do a mixture of herbs in oil and I will freeze them in Kinda little dollops on wax paper. And their cube trae you could you could do it on an ice cube tray, and then once they're frozen, you can put them. You know in a plastic bag so that then I can just grab a tablespoon of this basil and olive oil puree or parsley or a mix of the two. CILANTRO is a good one for doing that as well. Yeah. Not a good one for drying. Cilantro think it has any flavor but I blanch mine. I because. I found especially something like Basil if I don't that the color of the frozen or abyss particularly attractive and it doesn't matter if I'm going to use it for you know baking a chicken but if I'm to use it in a Pesto or something where the color is actually GonNa, show I like to Blanchet because then that preserves some of the green and it's not just brown I use the ones that are not blanched getting thrown into cooking it's getting put in a pasta sauce. So the colored is moving into soup. That's right. So it doesn't matter that they're more of a dark black green than they are. Right. The. Fresh. Green you mentioned at the beginning, you said drying freezing or bringing them inside, and I've got to say I have almost never succeeded the way I want to succeed with overwintering herbs inside I've tried it and I've gotten a couple of months and maybe something like Rosemary will actually carryover for a while but you know those herbs that need like Sun Sun. Sun The Oregano the Basil I've always been disappointed with how they've performed indoors even in my sunniest window. Well, I do keep a rosemary from year to year quite successfully but here's what I was thinking when I, when I was thinking of bringing inside I'm wasn't thinking of carrying them necessarily through the winter. I was thinking of bringing the pot inside putting it in whatever kitchen window you have not with the idea of taking it through the winter but with the idea of keeping it alive as you use it up right there in the kitchen.

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Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

Change Lives Make Money

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

"What is going on, I, finish coaches. It is your mentor. Be Mark fit coming at you with another episode of the change lives make money trying to podcasting number one podcast for my fitness. Coaches want to make more money and change more. People's lives are right so guys searing talking about doing the best you can with what you have doing the best you can vote you have. This is the number one podcast for coaches. So as you guys tuning in three ways, you can support the podcast number. One makes your subscribed on the podcast with spotify APP number. Two screen shot any podcast episode. Share to scrimp stories tagging the APP. May Mark Finn so not tuning. Tuning in and number three. If you have a friend, WHO's a personal trainer and tell him about this podcast? How many guys have been guilty of this sentence? Let me know if you've been guilty of using the sentence before this center. Visit I've been waiting to start until I've been waiting to post until I've been waiting to hire the mentor until I've been waiting to quit my job until I've been waiting to go live on facebook until how many of you guys have used the sentence? I've been waiting to do X.. Until today I wanNA talk about this idea of getting it right. I right because I think a lot of online coaches are waiting for the. The stars to align before they start taking action on business there waiting until they're done school before they can pursue on my fitness coaching, or they're waiting until Kovic is done before they fulltime fitness coach, or they're waiting until they can afford to upgrade their camera before they start taking pictures and posting on social media. How many guys have been waiting for something to happen until you take action today? I WanNa talk to you guys about how that's the biggest mistake you can make in your online business. My goal today in this episode is to show you how to produce great content now I also want to show you how to get results fast and see surges. Surges of growth in your business and finally I want to show you how to make an impact and the legacy. I want that to start right now. How many of you guys follow Gary? Gary Chuck is one of my favorite people to fall on social media because Gary. Banner Check has this idea. He calls a documentation over creation. Now this idea of documentation over creation is this instead of thinking about creating content. What you WanNa do you WanNa? Start documenting what you're already doing so if you're all my fitness coach, what that looks like? What are you eating on a daily basis? And what are you doing for your workouts? And what is your daily mindset? Mindset ritual. Look like, but I see a lot of online coaches that are actually struggling to create content because they're waiting the reason a lot of on night coaches are creating content is because they're waiting for x to happen before they can start putting himself other social media. It's like you guys know you WanNa make ten thousand dollars a month, but you're waiting until I do this thing before I create my content. See a couple years ago. Guys! I'm going to tell you guys about a trainer. That I used to work with setting nation. This trainer that I wanted to work. He wanted to start a youtube channel and he's like Yo Bro so I wanNA start. Start Youtube Channel, and going to start building my workouts, and putting them up there, but I need to buy a good camera I, and so once I buy a good camera. Then I'm going to start getting videos, but not until I can afford a good camera so that my own. My video qualities Behi- I look back at him and I was like no, don't do that, I'm like you need to start right now. A Mike Start Right now with that iphone seven. You have and start filming videos, and then I want you to take those videos that you film with your iphone seven make them lit. Do the best you can right now with the tools. Tools you have at this moment in time, so how many of us have been waiting to take action until insert any excuse here? Let me know if you guys said this before I've been waiting until Kobe over and the gym's open back up before I do anything I've been waiting until covert is over and I. Get off the I. I've been waiting until I graduate and I have more time to commit to my fitness business I've been waiting to save up until I have enough money to hire a mentor I've been waiting to post stuff on social media until I build up and following. I've been waiting until I've been waiting until I'm waiting until what I'm. I'm saying to you on fitness coaches is that you need to start right now at this moment and you need to use the tools that you have available, and you need to do the best job that you possibly can with what you have at this moment in time now doing the best that you can with what you have right now means this means all my fitness coach. You say that you don't have time. You're also sleeping eight to nine hours a night and you watch two hours of TV, doing the best that you can with what you have that you sacrifice a two hours of TV and you put as much work in as you possibly. Possibly can to build your own business with the time that you possibly have now doing the best you can with what you have also means this a lot of you. Guys say that you're GONNA. Wait until gym's open back up to start your online business. Then you see other trainers who are crushing it like one of my best clients. Chad Morgan broke forty two thousand dollars right doing the best you can with what you have means that you study as much as you possibly can about online training, and you put in as much effort as you possibly can, you can get a taste of some of the results at other trainers are getting you do the best. Best. You can with what you have right now.

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Fandom Esports and Esportz Network Eye Future Collaboration

Esportz Network Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Fandom Esports and Esportz Network Eye Future Collaboration

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

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Sony Xperia 1 ii or OnePlus Nord? (with David Imel of Android Authority)

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

Sony Xperia 1 ii or OnePlus Nord? (with David Imel of Android Authority)

"Why is it that the minutes before every show? It's like every show usually like you and I. We've podcast it together for so many years now. Something always happens my trust. The audio interface that I bought just spur getting my audio better in all of my content, somehow just crap the bed. And I'm so disappointed right now. Not Technology just doesn't work when you want to, but it'll work at every other time. It's like reporting a review or something and. While I'm using this stuff. Nothing ever works and then I. Try to get it on camera, and it works every time just like I hate this. It's so funny how that works like. The one saving grace. Is that this this audio interface that I'm currently like lamenting and disappointed over? It's only it's only one hundred twenty nine dollars which it's. Anybody out there. That might be thinking. It's still one hundred twenty dollars. Yes, you're right, but in the world of audio equipment. That's actually kind of cheap. Compared to everything else. Yeah, exactly. End So like okay. I just wanted to grant for the first like thirty seconds by David the show. And David has he C-, he keeps things simple. You got your one more triple drivers in. You're just using the Webcam on the surface book three like I got. Props for just keeping things simple. Meanwhile I'm saying I'm over complicating my whole life. You know me I'm a minimalist. It is it is. Handy at the surface book webcams. high-quality, meanwhile, the AH SEUSS Webcam on the laptop that I have which I love for video editing. Doesn't even work. It just stopped working after a week. Of Own and so well you and I've been talking about that laptop for a while now and I'm still so. I'm still so jealous that you have had it for as long as you had like. You've used it extensively and oh, yes, since like November yeah. Without getting into details about what the meeting was about, we were in a meeting yesterday, and he literally had the meeting playing on the second display while editing his video and I was like that's what I wanted to do I. WanNa put Youtube Down there. At the telegram messages from you coming in the side like this now visit multitask. Does that. Does that screen by the way I? Think What's the name of the Zimba-? Produce Road. Do I almost just said Zimba- dual so Zimba Produ? Does that I'm trying to remember? Isn't there a version of that laptop? Now where that second screen can tilt up or does that until they made it? They meeting Gaming Laptop version. This one's like creedy creator laptop in which doesn't really mean a lot. They have very similar specs. Except the new one is slightly thinner, has a better graphics card but yeah, the screen will pop out in tilt towards you and that's like. Nice because then it feels more like an hud where this is like. You know it's flat, but what I do like about. This laptop is like when you lift the lid, it pushes the keyboard up a little bit, so you have a little vertical. Oh. Okay you know, and then of course I got to carry. ME. It's impossible uses laptop without. This yeah. It's so funny that you need that because I love it. I was messing around like the other thing that David has gone me into in the past mechanical keyboards. I played around with so many of them in for a good. Lake Elliott right there. There's IT's impossible to use this without the risk. Basically, it's insanely uncomfortable, so this is really not a laptop. It's really more of like a a desktop rigging portable form. Yeah,

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When Medicine Goes Virtual

a16z

07:27 min | 2 years ago

When Medicine Goes Virtual

"We're all getting these messages from all our providers telling us to use virtual chat to us all these different telemedicine tools so We're in a moment where medicine is really going. Virtual at scale. Can we start talking about? What virtual medicine or telemedicine actually means what those different categories are. Is it all the same thing like what are we actually talking about here? Typically what people think about when we say virtual care is probably the the traditional sort of video visit Where you have two screens. The patient and the provider are talking to each other. Live virtual care. I think is much more of like a broader paradigm around. How do you sort of overcome the constraints of the traditional healthcare system? Which are largely. I would say two things. One is geography. Which is that you know. Typically you as a patient that demands out of the market only really has access to the supply side that is within a reasonable radius of where they are and then also the physical brick and mortar component of healthcare. So basically a way to get around the fact that you at the moment you have a certain doctor within your geographic range and a certain provider at discovery. Yeah and it's more than just video business as well. It could be a synchronous messaging. It could be continuous monitoring. It could be sensing frankly could even be a telephone call. I mean we can go back in addition to higher tech and as an alternative just. Everybody goes to the emergency room when it because they don't doing. Even the triaging of the telephone goes a long way in terms of on the biological side. What works for Telemedicine? And what doesn't I can say like. Oh I have a fever and my ear really hurts. I'm highly suspicious of an earache and like probably could make that diagnosis based on a lot of stuff without actually looking in my eardrum but like listening to lungs or listening to Heart Lake. How what are the limitations of what works? And what doesn't for this particular medium for General Practitioner You could probably do a vast majority of what has done there. I mean certainly not everything. Let's just even the rounding function where we're trying to just understand. What are the more serious cases and one has to be done? You could probably do a lot of triaging and that might be the most important thing and keeping especially in a situation like we have. Today you have routing With the benefit of not having to bring someone in physically and You know we it's natural thing about what you can't do but just the unique things of what you can do reaching people immediately and also keeping them Sort of quarantine is particularly treating it mainly like an er or a hospital as well most dangerous places to be just general. So you're saying essentially it's not really about diagnosis. It's about triage I think the diagnosis and it goes hand in hand with trump's but that might be one of the biggest Winds just to know what to escalate and how to handle it in some ways. That's what a GP's job is to say. Oh this is something that'd be dealt with homecare. This is something that can be escalated. But needs to be escalated. The telephone call the call your kind of pediatric nurse stuff right like there's been some level of that already. We're starting to lean on that a lot more in this particular moment. The video chat is is definitely one of the things we're seeing most. Where are we right now? In how in how much we're using these tools and how kind of robust they are in T- in their roll out in the system when you think about like the traditional phone call which yes is a form of virtual care One of the challenges of that model is that every single caller is treated the same and when they're waiting in the queue. There's no way to understand how to effectively triage the ones that might have higher risk versus versus lower risk and so there's a whole slew of companies that have a virtual agent or like a chat. Bot that essentially can ask you questions in digital form in a self service way that sort of prioritize the level of risk of a patient prior to them even engaging with the healthcare system. That's one thing that will unlock. A bunch of capacity is rather than just brute force putting everyone in line and waiting until they human. Answer the phone to figure out whether where they need to go. These technologies can actually be more intelligent about how to route people in the right direction. Upfront and is that happening yet. Now when we have this telemedicine conversation and it feels like I'm in line I'm waiting and then the nurse pops up and we have a conversation. I may may type. A few things in but is it actually being sort of prioritized in pockets so there are a set of larger employers set of larger health plans that have partnered with these digital health companies to make those tools available to their members or to their employees. It's not by any means in the mainstream but you are seeing all over the web. All these companies are broadcasting the fact that they have intelligence in those virtual chat bots that can help people assess what their risk is with regards to bid specifically But I'll also all sorts of other things and Essentially allow them to determine whether or not they actually need to come into physical pickup Moore Clinic compared to what we could be doing. It's it's really intriguing in that. It wouldn't take much for people to do vitals at home. Is He thinking about the paradigm is? How can the doctor connect with measuring things The fact that now you can measure a lot of things at home such that you know maybe even a hundred dollars would get you a kit that your family could use a get basics. Plus you know maybe even includes like a stethoscope the that can send the sounds of of Your heart your lungs on someone to the doctor. I think there's a lot more that could be done than what we're doing right now. When you think about like the tools that we all like the vast majority of Americans at least have like in their household set of things. Like thermometers dumping where. It's pretty much assume that you know. Most most citizens have thermometer in their house. But there's many many other categories of tests essentially that either aren't available to consumers off the shelf at your. Cbs and actually require. Either you to send the sample into a central lab somewhere. And you know wait for the cycle to run to to get back the results or that. You still need to come in and that. That's one of the big challenges right. Now that we're seeing with the COVA does that. There is no at home test and you have to come into the physical facilities to both have sample taken analog test run and that's just exacerbating the supply problem right now with regards to capacity and so. I think that's going to be a big area where we're already starting to see tremendous movement. I think this moment is highlighting the fact that there is so much more that we need to be investing in as far as innovation to bring those tests truly into a package. Modality that allows Consumers actually do them in their home for Julia me thinking if it is like a just a blood or urine sample that probably could be collected by mobile football. Missed as well come back. Yeah where essentially like the sample collection kit can be sent to your house. And it's either a urine sample or a simple blood blood prick or a saliva sample And that you know that kids still needs to be sent to a central APP to be actually run and then again. There's a latency to to getting the results back but but you also have other tests like the pregnancy test is the most canonical example of this. Where you can run the entire end test in your home and immediate results and so I think that's what we should aspire to. Is that a larger portion of sort of what we call. Standard blood tests should be available in in in that kind of packaging. That'd be great if it was done at home but I think even like sending to central lab. Is it really that different than what did she do?

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"two screens" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And now all of the news you would probably in this four day as quickly so according to new reports this one from the Associated Press some some troops in Syria the US may now keep some trip to Syria to guard some of the will fields but the others are going to be making a switch to Iraq Lindsey Graham Eveready raise the issue of keeping a some residual forces in eastern Syria cut from supported the idea so that should make Wendy Gramm super happy but the main goal was to make sure that ISIS doesn't can control the oil fields thus the revenue that they generate because can you imagine ISIS having control of something like that I can anyway so at least and I don't disagree with that move I think that actually serves America's interests also so I'm I'm actually totally okay with that moving on down the line Netflix looks like it's going to crack down on users who share Loggins Netflix says that it's monitoring customers to let friends and family in different homes use their passwords for everyone out there who does it they said that they're no big plans to announcing any changes at the moment but the the chief product officer said they're looking for ways to plot the loophole users must still have flexibility to share the account and family household but they said they're really looking at people who are just sharing their password to people who are not a part of our household and and trying to scream you pay for two screens so I can share with my kids like if you're being thrown believably responsible I know people down south to say there are some people out there who down Kurds will is one story said according to Daily Mail were throwing potatoes the US troops to the bulletin rather in Syria well that doesn't seem to be very nice and again I'm total I I think that this decision to do this and not stay there for forever is a thousand percent accurate a one man though was shot it was shouting obscenities and another one that was screaming and Arabic recalling trips rats which does not make me think much of them on my as as much of them as I thought of anti war protesters who spit on trips they were coming back from Vietnam so moving on down the line that you remember that hotel employee who worked through the last hurricane that hit to Texas near Houston the twenty one year old at Homewood suites satchel Smith.

"two screens" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"two screens" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Yeah. Whereas, don't let you much better chance to be some important, right? Coming to the right thing. The bright thing to do would be to turn your screen down and use light mode, but just to have less Damer screen, I I don't don't know. know. We do know that they all the blue in the screens is keeping people awake, right? And all the notifications. That's also the updates skipped over about having sleep mode. Off notifications and almost all of our. You won't get notification. Yes, like, no, it automatically turn off. Do not disturb out, I actually have turned off on my app on the phone like almost all the time. That's the key to me. And this what I do is I'm do not disturb all time. Yeah. And then that way, the phone isn't bugging me. And if I if I can look at it and see what I what people are saying. Also try not to look at screens for, like half an hour before bed watch though. Right. I do. And I put it on at ten o'clock at night. Okay. She serious about the dead serious about sleep hygiene. Because I, I think is as she as long as you set down the boundaries for yourself or your light look. No notifications put the watch in theater mode, so that even if you're moving your arm around it doesn't act act x activate and give your self if your brain about a half an hour of not looking at any screaming boom. The buffer. I'm going to introduce a new feature on this week in tech Alexa, delete everything. I just said, we're just going to say that every five minutes. So I, I told you before the show started that we recently cut the cord, we no longer get cable, and we use apple TV for everything now because all of our streaming services can be accessed through apple TV. So there's a lot of Siri my daughter loves during the Siri wind. Twenty five seconds and. Time. Here's the thing because I don't know how to find out what's series microphone policy is ambient listening policy, and this could be coincidence or this could not what I have noticed in the few months that we've been going through this apple TV is our primary TV, interface and are only I o t device. The house is my search engine.

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"two screens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tommy James, and the Shaun Dell's. Yeah. Like a song, and I watched that video, and I have two screens one one of them has this this this video plane automatically goes to other stuff. And so I get to see the animals, exactly. And he can't he Steph. I've never seen before you got to laugh at me when I tell you what I what I do. Sometimes I have this is Jay talking bumps in my in the back of my head, and they play all day long and my brain. And what I wanna do. I wanna see what the song really sounds like. So I look it up. Well YouTube, but then it sounds weird. Really? So there's a whole generation of people are gonna think that that the Barry white song about Bradley Jay is the original version. Right. Exactly. I heard that a come on one day, and I'm like, wait a minute. That's not how that goes. Funny. That is funny father, Brian if you're out there, we don't have time for a call. But I just want to acknowledge that you're awesome. Everybody loves father Brian throughout the seven and. Say Hello to tell your brother and your wife and your kids for me. Okay. Thanks, buddy. I appreciate it course. Drive safe. There is he's got his bluetooth. He's law legal driving a big rig filled with gasoline. I think is filled with different octane stew. I think the sectioned off. It's kind of a hard job. You got a leg. The heavy hose around as bad for your back and bad for you. If you have a hernia. I think it may be time for you to get a new job there one that will allow you to smoke. Cannabis because Doug has issues that he wants to use cannabis for. But he can't because if he gets tested, even though he's not. Impacted even though he's not high you could lose his job. And that doesn't seem right. I think that you should. I don't know. I guess should ask the question should testing for cannabis be banned until they get a test for impairment. Let's break. It's WBZ. Funny mind. Dr radio. Talking gladly Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten.

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"two screens" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on The 3:59

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. Roger Chang, I'm Joanie salesman. Samsung may be holding its big galaxy S ten launch ahead of mobile congress. But the Barcelo trade show, we'll still have some heavy hitters particularly with LG reported last night that it's getting to go big at the show with multiple phone launches including one with this unique second screen tach -ment this el-jisr way of getting around this whole foldable phone trend that everyone else is trying to jump in on clear. The foldable phone is quite ready. So they've got this. Optional tach -ment which is supposed to double the screen size of your phone. Explain to me what this actually supposed to look like, I don't really understand. How look like. Like only that that, you know, there was some rumors that LG was going to launch a foldable phone. That's not true. It's going to be an attachment. We've seen attachments, like the Motorola mod that's on the screen right now. That's just to the back and gives you things like battery life this. I'm assuming this attached on the side of the top and enlarge the display size. Right. And I was described to me sort of a case with a screen, which I I'm still trying to get my head wrapped around but Kudo soldier for trying. Something different. I don't know if people buy, but it's definitely different. It's not the only phone though, they did say a multiple devices will be rolled out. So I suspect will have a more conventional looking phone as their their big hall in ges. They did that for years ago with the G five the hell is like little chin, basically, basically would change it with different tach moments like, a grip or whatever. And it was not just Chan's failure. Yeah. I'm sure they're they're trying to hedge their bets a little bit. About Netflix and that price hike freaking out about day. How much more we're gonna pay? So it depends on what tier you have. But you're going to be paying at least a dollar more their basic plan. The the bottom baseman bargain priced plan is going up for the first time since it launched basically that's going up one dollar, but most people have the mid tier hydro plants. Those are the ones that let you stream on multiple devices at like higher levels of image quality, either hide effort alter high def those are both going up two dollars each when I heard the news. I got I got angry soul-searching, I really need that. And then I continue to steal my brother's account. So in the. Oh, so so it really doesn't affect me at all. And then flicks has its earnings tonight. We're getting a little bit more insights hoping. So like this announcement came out just this week. Right ahead of their earnings, which is kind of unusual for it to happen. I'm hoping that we'll get more information about why now especially because three months ago, they were they were kind of big about they definitely were not signaling was going to be coming soon. And it's also happening at a faster rate than previous hikes have happened. They would say, hey, we're gonna be raising prices the price. Raise is going to start for existing members in like six months or a year. And these are kind of rolling out over the next couple months. Pretty quickly is just the price for all the content. That's partly it. I mean, they'll be making more money into off of each individual user. They're still going to have to keep as they haven't doing long time going and getting tons and tons of debt because they even this increase isn't gonna it's just going to be making a dense in the amounts that they're spending. All right. Lastly, apple CEO, Tim cook is out public once again calling for more. Z rights for consumers. The company has hit on numerous occasions. This time he's calling for actual privacy legislation and for data brokers actually register so they can keep track of your formation. Yeah. You know, a lot of the same stuff apple has a it's attractive story to tell. Yeah. But I don't know. It's it's one of those things where apple also kind of benefits from these other companies that do deal data. So yeah, that'd be a little bit skeptical about this. All right. Four full coverage on CNN Roger Chang, I'm Joanie salsa for listening.

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"two screens" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"two screens" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"I'm glad it was a gift because I think it would have been a waste of thirty or whatever dollars. It was had I paid for it myself. And that is like the perfect gift to my is something that you want. But you really don't want to buy with your own money. You must be very easy to shop for. Well. I don't know. I like stuff a lot. So and I'm very cheap. So I'd like to think I'm easy to shop for exactly knows. But anyway, but my parents bought it for me. And I think they engraved it, which isn't a literal engraving. It's just like, you know, it's printed on there. It's not like etched in or anything like a screen print. Yeah. Yeah. They didn't. I think just because they thought it would be fun to do. I guess I don't really know. Why? And that's why it says Casey on it as I said on Twitter when I received it I was slightly fearful that my parents might have been in on the joke, and it would have said Mike was right on it. Which would have really ruined my holiday that would've been amazing. They would've been amazing and terrible all the same time. So thank you mom and dad for not doing that. I really enjoy using. What is the enough to stall for time as I find it the app where you can color that Mike had recommended that. There's a fun. Yeah. Well, it was one of the Mike recommended it is pigment in picnic Superfund with a pencil. I also did a just a teeny bit of retouching on a photograph using pixel meter or pixel mature, and I do that with pencil, which is really nice and sketch party TV, which I have had for years but had completely forgotten about until the recent sponsorship of the talk show, and and we were playing. That a lot when we were at the underscores and that was tremendous fun. And obviously with the apple pencil is much much much better. Can you pass at around with multiple people like you don't need multiple, ipads, or anything? Correct. So what we did was we had you can do it either with two IOS devices. I think I'm not a hundred percent sure. But the the way I've used in the past is with an apple TV. So it does the kind of airplay where it's using the apple TV as a second screen, and yeah, it's super great. And I think it's only like five bucks. I they they haven't sponsored sponsored this episode. But they basically should so have your people call our people. But anyway, it's like pictionary Superfund really good and great party game. And we were doing that with the apple pencil, which was super awesome. Additionally, we were using the icon factory and a friend of the show Craig hocken berries app. Linea Linea Linea. I asked him how announced no I asked him. How it was pronounced. And then I think I'd just pronounced improperly. It's even or Linnea. Saying the both either way. Yeah. It's Linnea because it's from the Latin word for line L. I N E U H was his phonetic pronunciation, but nobody knows how to pronounce Latin. Yeah. Well, there's that too. But he he speaks near fluent Italian or did at some point is he is relatively closely qualified to it. Exactly. Anyway, that app is like so I won't I will characterize it probably improperly as a drawing up with a little bit of like layering and you'll Photoshop he stuff on it and understand. I know nothing about drawing on nothing about Photoshop, but Lineas really great in because among other things it has like different templates if you will. So you can have like lined pieces of paper, there's a template for storyboarding, which I plan to do the next time. I do a car review car review in like fifteen years. There's there's a backgrounds for templates for mocking up apps. It's really really cool and the layering UI works, really, really. Well, I can't say enough good things about this app. But I bring this up in part because I wanted to mention that using that as like pen and paper is really great with the apple pencil. But John's daughter is a exceptionally good to my to my I artist in. So she took my ipad with permission for a while. And Andrew a few different things on it. And it was super fascinating watching her..

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