19 Burst results for "Uscc"
"uscc" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"It would have just made my life. Miserable fad to listen to a plane full of people chit chatting for hours at a time. I'm glad they decided not to do. This was because the things we haven't done in a long time. I want you to think back to a long time in the past january. Oh my gosh. Remember january c. e. s. Razor recall was showing off another modular gaming. Pc system back then. We talked about it on dvd and s. Well just under the wire. To avoid being vaporware razor announced the tomahawk a case that comes with two slots one for gpu and the other for an intel knock element the two hundred ten millimeter by three hundred sixty five millimeter by one. Hundred fifty millimeter metal. Chassis is ten leaders in capacity comes with a seven hundred fifty watt. Psu uses active cooling. Four uspa three point two ports to thunderbolt usb c three ports to sorry there uscc thunderbird three two gigabit ethernet ports onboard wifi six and bluetooth five point. Oh and even three point five millimeter jack. The cases matt black aluminum with dual side. Detachable glass doors and chroma. Rgb lights at the bottom to do some fun light up stuff. The nut module itself contains a forty five watt core. I nine nine thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight k coffee lake processor sixteen gigabytes of ddr four ram five hundred twelve gigabytes envy m e solid state. Drive as well as a two terabyte hard drive. You can upgrade the next memory and storage but not the cpu. The we update a cpu. In this case is you get a different nuxie. So if intel mix more that a compatible here you'll be able to do that you can use a variety of full-sized gp us and razor will sell the tomahawk to you two ways. They both come with the puck. But you can order the tomahawk without a gpu and.
What Will the World Look Like When Crytpo Is Fully Adopted?
"What do you think the world will look like. Once crypto has been adopted. There's there's two sort of visions. I think i don't maybe we can just be honest ourselves. Sometimes i worry about the vision. We have for currency so aware. I started and i have a lot of respect for jeremy in the team at circle. Because back when i was in grad slow boston actually used circle to violate quinlan. So kudos huge you. Jeremy you saved me from my days for buying the clan on craigslist in using fan. So i could do how well yeah. So you obsolete neat stack my my sats. The early days of the coin The i think they're sort of two visions and they're two very different visions the vision. I've always had for bitcoin that i think. Really compelling one is the separation for the first time of money and state. Money has been object of the state since julius caesar stamped his face on a gold coin and i think really the experiment. We're attempting here like the world is no longer defined by physical orders. We live in a very digital world. Anyone could be anyone on. The internet has many different identities many different communities where part of sometimes as our default reality south. Sometimes where donnas you know there are a lot of eggs anonymous individuals citing. We live in this really interesting world that is truly becoming borderless antony. Bitcoin really represents the evolution of money transfer value in that world. But in the same time. I think governments are looking at bitcoin Right now we're living in a world where governments are trying to ban math. They're literally encryption. We done this time and time again. For the last twenty five years since incriptions existed but the advent of central bank digital currencies. In certainly what. We've seen in the asia pacific region in particular the advent of dc p. and Sort of national quote unquote digital currencies. You do have a lot of concerns around the ability for people to have financial privacy. Privacy transactions privacy communications so we have these two very different paths down which we're heading. I don't know if they're gonna coexist. Don't know if it's going to be an ethic collision and i know jeremy also you know than working a lot on uscc which which arguably has replay here. But i think the future of joe currencies in our society is sort of at this. Very interesting impasse. I want bitcoin to exist. Ideally people have the right to privacy that people have the right to sue committee in their transactions. But i think governments certainly do not like that and are advocating now for the antithesis of that which is central bank digital currencies and monetary systems that. Give them complete control the ability to exert financial censorship at every level of society. Driving up tacit. Tiv know early. There's so much there. I i guess i it just as a technologist The to the question of you know. When will this be mainstream or however you wanna call that my view is that you know. Things are mainstream in terms of technology when they disappear when they're invisible people and and when when essentially like people just take take them for granted right and said depending on your age and depending on where you are like. You might take for granted social media. But obviously that wasn't something that existed Wherever x. number of years ago you might take for granted that you have this amazing you know Supercomputer that just like that is reality. That is what the world was but obviously that had changed so at. What point is the use of crypto so ubiquitous and so embedded in so many things that we just take it for granted so were were. We have credited ago on that. But i think we're making really really strong progress. I think when. I also think about that question. I really think about Crypto and blockchain Is is. It's a pretty broad surface area right. You can be narrowly focused and sort of say there's non-sovereign stores value that use of blockchain infrastructure. You know bitcoin cash you know cetera et cetera which i completely agree with melting right. There's this this is this new form of borderless internet money and it will continue to grow and scale. And i'm i'm quite quite optimistic about that. But then there's the the fundamentals of the broader technology right so you know public chain infrastructure as effectively a new operating system layer on the internet. A new set of systems for storing data conducting transactions and executing code. That's what operates systems can help. Do these new operating system layers are very very general purpose in many respects there well suited to what i call fiduciary trust applications but can also be you know i. I was in a hackathon panel with melting the other day and we are looking at someone who built a decentralized messaging application on top of salona. The point being anti-centralized fantasy football fans in so digital games. You know messaging applications all these things on decentralized infrastructure web three cetera. Like that part of this is also a very very important part of this and so and you know something like stable coins like regulated stable coins like a us dc or potentially libra like these. These are also like apps that run on this new operating systems and could be quite popular. And so i think in terms of the question of when does that become mainstream. I think we're really close there. I think in the next twelve to twenty four months many of the most popular digital wallet products in the world that are used that we think of unused like as peer payments. And things like that. They're gonna turn on these protocols they're gonna turn these on and you're going to have you know all of a sudden hundreds of millions of people that can make interoperable payments at each other and that will kind of be in the background. That will be invisible. You'll you'll just you won't be trapped in making payments to people who then mo you'll be able to make payments between van mo and square cash and pay pal and swish in sweden and vips in norway. And you know go around the world to all these different apps. They're all going to speak. These common protocols in i think that's a a mainstream phase in digital currency. That's that's coming. I think ultimately that same number of people who might feel okay like i'm using euros or dollars or whatnot feeling comfortable using bitcoin that will grow to and eventually i would expect billions of people will will wanna use bitcoin to
"uscc" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"My daughter got. We've never bought a new phone for anybody my family, but me you know. I'm such a jerk but the. But you know she has a job and she wanted to get her own iphone and said, okay. So she got the Mint Green iphone twelve. And so we've had that. Over few days. She's been Nice enough to let me play with it. She knows I like to talk about this stuff with you. And it feels so much like an iphone five to me the IPHONE twelve standard without the stainless steel I mean. Man that it's more than a spiritual successor. It's like a cousin. The IPHONE. Five but it feels great in the hand the square science. It really does and I've gone a lot of questions about the size because the twelve pros bigger than the eleven pro. It's really not that much bigger. If you. Sit them side by side or like you put the old phone of the new case you can tell it's this one's a little bit taller. Honestly in the hand, I don't feel it I. Really think that this feels basically like the old one did. If anything it actually feels a little more narrow. It's actually I. Don't think it is but because of the flat sides and the vessels being a little smaller, it feels like the distance from the rail to the screen is is less and so it feels more narrow in your hand at least to me than the old one did. Yeah I I like the size of the finish I think the cameras are going to be good. One thing. Maybe, the big thing historically about this phone will be, we'll be five G. and. I don't really have good. don't have good four g service in my house I can get five GM house if I stay in the right place and it's actually a little slower than lt but I did get out on Saturday. And went around town a little bit just kinda seeing how five G. would be, and I never found the really fast ultra wideband I. Don't know if at and T. has that in Memphis I didn't actually look at their coverage map. WanNa go like drive around and see what happened but I was able to reach speeds on five G. of one hundred and forty, eight down and twenty six up, which is way faster than Lt was here so. Having that speed you know I think it's going to be really interesting to see where that goes. Yeah I would really like to see that speed on the IPAD and I would really really like to see that speed in a five G. equipped MAC notebook. We'll see if that if that happens. But one hundred and forty eight down. But especially, twenty-six up. That is a huge difference from where we've been before I can't help. But feel like that's like a check that's not going to get cash for a year or two you know you holding on right? And it'll be great when it's here. But and you know people who are saying, well, I need to upgrade for the five G.. No next year when you upgrade five G. will be just as important in an since its here this year it'll be here next to that's not a good reason to upgrade I think if you want a new phone but yeah. Overall design I just can't be filled, but like the iphone twelve, not the not not the pro version, you just the standard one is going to be hugely successful. And you know it's a combination of camera system. Five G. will be relevant in into the future and that led screen on the entry level iphone it's got Kinda. Like a macbook air iphone five vibe to to me where I, think this is a phone that people are going to like really like. Yeah I think you're right and I think about what I see out in the world and There are a lot of iphone eleven's out there. I think the timber and eleven were both really popular. I think the twelve is only going to build on that success I think the the twelve mini is still a bit of an unknown. My wife has showed interest in that so. Maybe twelve many coming to my house next month that cool. We can talk about it. Yeah. I told her as like even if you don't end up keeping it I, I want to review it so. We'll see how that goes. But it's I mean they're they're their strategy. So interesting this year but I'm really excited about this phone every time I pick it up it's it's it's like this is such a clear departure from where they've been designed wise and. And Yeah like I would love to have touch ID on it but that's not wasn't in the cards this year maybe it will be next year. But other than that, which I really can't be upset at apple about really I mean. It, they could have done it I think but. You know that's that's a that's a very complicated machine the iphone factory machine very complicated. And I do still wish that they would move. On this thing, you know I'm at a place where. Everything. I. Have Charges Over USB except my phone and my airports. Lightning things left that I use on a daily basis of my keyboard I guess but. It would be nice to be able just to have. One cable to charge things I, mean we're in a place now where my wife did get an IPAD air. She had an original small ipad pro. You know the the old nine point seven and it was just fallen apart and I got to the new the new air but it comes with USCC and so now we're in our kitchen where we should have. A lightning charger and I just would never charged my ipad pro there. Got, a little dual charger. From anchor or somebody that has. USB A and USB. Cable and a lightening cable plugged into the kitchen so we can charge our..
"uscc" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"And it lasted some hours. I couldn't give you a definitive number. Because i'm using it very differently than i would normally use my computer. I know he is competing really heavily. And probably burn through the batch in a few hours. Whereas this i was i was sipping the battery. Because there's a lotta stuff you just can't do there's a lot of fabrications on my main laptop the i install kind of install on this thing because they're not available for arm west one of the things i i was wondering about this young as a as a sort of general purpose. Computer is how limited all you by the fact that. It's an amish. Here i mean you mentioned that you can install crimean from snap snaps available as arm out of them. I'm guessing not well. Some awesome on depends but bear in. Mind that A lot of the probably the most predominant based laptop out there is a chromebook. They everything in the web browser tell you the vast majority of stuff the most people would use on a daily basis. It's probably accessible at a web browser. So i could use specified browser. And i could visit youtube and aroused on. I could use google docs browser my email in so really i could probably get away with a good eighty percent of why need to do in the browser. The things that i had trouble doing things like zoom. I couldn't use zoom because there's no build of zoom brought and so i get that rings true of a bunch of proprietary applications. Yeah if as a prompt application that doesn't have an build that's it you can't use it if they've got a web version. You're okay but the problem is you're limited in how many of these things you can leave running. And i'm quite blessed with the various laptops. I have most of them have more than eight more than sixteen. Gigs of ram. This thing's got three. And so i had to really rain myself in and stop myself launching lots of additional applications if your if you'll Good holding yourself back. Maybe having a terminal and a browser tab open. I'm not good enough to get by all. You're his typing a single document. And hacking code is capable of doing. I mean it's got to ten eighty p screen which is really nice. I dead pixels aside. It's nice and brightly enough and you can turn the brightness right down by his controls wet fine. It's it's a really really nice display cables not bad at all your laptop. Keyboards generally big garbage. Which is not terrible. So i if he usable little machine and can you attach external displays to it. Yes in theory. I believe he can. I haven't tried. Because i don't have the necessary adapt at it's only. Uscc believe you can plug ntsb say. But i haven't tried that back. I'm told you it might be possible. And just to add to your point. Mark about you know All snaps available from that's down to the publisher that plenty of mechanisms for publishes to make some builds of this snaps but In comparison just about everything that's in the oven to archive is available for arm..
"uscc" Discussed on Epicenter
"Essentially draw this. Perfectly straight line from the at the money option to Infinitely in the money out of the money officers right? And you can cap the change in the options pricing day if there's a thirty three percent change in the value ease. What does this mean that this option will be worth later right and then at any time you say any auction will need the amount of capital that is at least as high as the value of that same option to eat crash dirty. And then you also choose some overestimate of volatility, volatility is positively correlated with auctions price. And, so let's choose a ball to a five hundred percent. That means eat is bound to move. Five hundred percent per year within you know some kind of probability distribution. Then you can say okay. We're basically saying we're overestimating price and writing shock parameter in this. This is still over collateralized this option even if those two things went wrong. The actual Piebald, at Easter at the money options action eighty percent on So five hundred percent is just massive. Overestimate right and. What you get again. Is a OP collateral system that is. Know depending on the exact option, but can be anywhere as much as five attacks more capital efficient as the current. Implementation of open, and so just to recap what you do is you try to figure out an upper bound of the options price? If eastward crash thirty three percent and volatility were at five hundred percent, and you use that at the option to kind of interpolate to the out of the money options, and at the the money options and using these estimates for any arbitrary option. You can make sure you're over capitalist. That's how it would work. Within a set and confidence into intimate right so basically you always have like the the Black Swan event where basically the you happen to be under. At once because everything in the book went wrong, so what would happen in that case? Right, so this is where you were GonNa ask me questions about like you know. Token Ization and kind of monetization. This is where you know. It's a very similar set of assumptions that you have swore maker where if Ethan crashes like ninety percent in a minute. The whole makers system is like kind of. Racked to a certain extent you have to make some kind of you have to be get comfortable with some level of tail risk again, being very mindful of it and having like a lot of buffer, but there's there's always the Black Swan right if you WANNA get undercapitalized or get more happily vision. And what happens here is a very similar that. Outside a event that would destroy all of the rest of us. Open would always be over capitalist, and then you can do what maker did which works really well on Black Thursday which is have some kind of asset that can be used to plot like any kind of under capitalization, or like any kind of a solvency of the system, and so that's one way to think about adding governance and kind of. Token to the protocol is having a very similar and cares. Like So fast they went but what happened just just flip back on. So the MTA Ho does actually had to jump in and basically empty I was auctioned off end in response to the events on next Saturday make introduced USCC as a type of collateral right in to add more not to the system. Because busy, there wasn't enough. To actually close close out. Underwater CDP's. This is my point exactly so it's not something that you would expect to happen on any given day, but especially in this. Was a policy that he is. High and sometimes even higher like on days like Thursday. It can happen to you you WanNa make sure that you have like this layer. Of Governance as someone who is ultimately responsible. For people not to lose faith much earlier. What make it has? It's got that. I mean it's fatty crude. Basically it's the it's the make of NPR Tokens, then the global settlement, but basically having that as A. Last Line of resort. Even if you think you're never use it just because you have it, your pub never lose it, but basically this this make sure that people who don't lose trust in. The system much earlier, right? The what I got food on that fought for. Exactly and I think it works beautifully four maker on Black Thursday. I'm not sure what mayor would've done if they didn't have the ability to kind of plug. The capital holes in the system with MK are so. It worked really well. Defy, continued, functioning I, think there are lessons to be learned from that including being even more aggressive than that's why we chose really ridiculously high promoters for like all Italy CETERA. The system is actually even more cap light kind of conservative I it, but for a number of different kind of education reasons, but. That's the main just. And I think that a similar thing would provide a lot of kind of confidence for for users of. On as well so I think that's one very viable way to go forward. But it's not necessarily the only one would again. It's open dialogue between Austin. The Community! And so you know the love to hear anyone's opinions with. But. That is one way to do. So I see why you want to be able to post collateral, that's much less than the total amount, but you want it to be using more cash settlement. That makes a lot of sense. In the paper you mentioned that you also want to allow people to post collateral in asset tight. That's different than what the underlying actually is. Why is this such a desirable feature? especially when weighed against like this seemed like a lot of additional complexity, so, what's the benefit out of that and additional risk? This is a great question It comes from a key observation. If you look at the original options, we're making so called options. Let's say that to ensure someone you're making. You need one hundred percent of the capital. and so you're, you're making ten percent per year on it in compound is yielded. You five percents right now. Putting money into open to ensure, someone's composites is not very different from putting that money into combat off right. And so if I'm paying a thousand USD see into cop-out I lose. It if conflict gets hacked. Putting a thousand USCC into a open option. I will also lose it of compound gets heart I'm also had additional risk of like open smart contracts on top of that, and so is this weird.
Stablecoins: The Big Picture with Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire
"Joined today by none other then the CO founder and CEO Circle. Jeremy Allaire Fun facts about Jeremy and his team. I believe one of the earliest applicants. The whole this was back in late. Two thousand thirteen at actually made through one of their board members and As fate would have a gentleman up name unders That I was considering starting a stable coin project with Way Back in two thousand thirteen hundred fourteen interviewed around the same time as I did and basically we came at around the same time and and I told him while they're gonNA make off wrong spot he said No. No no and sure enough. You guys made an offer unders left left and recently that he'll draw sorry recently he recently joined the sorry and you are now now focused on stable coins pretty much exclusively. So the the intersection there. over the course of the last six years of course there's there's been some uh some work in between between Baltimore with DC G. and some of the were yet while I was coined us It's been fascinating to watch circles evolution over time and data and I think the you're in a very good position right now on the US DC front triggered talk a bit about as it is emerging as as you know one of the leading contenders unders for what's going to be the dominant stable especially in the US dollar pegged a stable income to cover a lot of territory right now Or of course the next hour fled Germany. For for starters loved to get the quick background on you. I think some people industry no a little bit about your background Previous to to digital currency. But but let's talk about that just to to start and then the evolution of circle in your own is And then I'll maybe jumping with with a little bit of my thesis as as to where certainly goes from here and then we can talk about that around you can. You can tell me off. I am very often. It sounds fun but number you were you. Were a a a a very sharp early speculator about what we were going to be doing doing good when we were stealth back in twenty thirteen and early twenty fourteen. Yeah that's yeah yeah and You no I I think you even knew some of the internal code names. We had for different things which sort of talked aspirational about where we saw digital currency going and Yeah and we'll get to all that conversation insurance so kind of where things are today but yeah my yeah my background just for for people who aren't aware I've been working being in Internet platforms for a long time since the early nineteen nineties and I I had a background in kind of studying political economy global political economy And that's what actually drew me into the Internet in nineteen ninety and became kind of very very obsessed about what you could what you do with it and worked on multiple companies over the next. You know fifteen twenty years I think what animated those companies was excitement about the promise of open open platforms open networks permission lists access to open protocols what you could do with that information. Communication software software delivery media all these kinds of things. which were you know? I think critical kind of infrastructures built up on on the layers to the Internet from the early nineties through obviously still today And so I you know first. Business was really enabling programmers grammars to build software applications for web browsers which was quite novel in Nineteen Ninety Four nineteen ninety five Really empowering a new generation of developers to create software for new kind of model and to build kind of content applications as. We'd like to call them back Ben and that grew Into a public company and then eventually we merged with macro media one of the dominant Internet designing tools companies. And I was chief technology officer there and worked on FLASH PLATFORM BACK IN. This would have been in. You know. two thousand one two thousand two thousand three and at that time. Flash was the most ubiquitous piece of software on the Internet. Ninety eight percent computers had it. And you we could actually upgrade the runtime of the Internet in twelve of months because we could basically launch a new version of the player it was like a new almost like an operating system had a virtual machine. We were dancing programming language to do a lot more stuff than we had a set of ideas. He is that when you have broadband and Wi fi kind of lighting up which were just sort of happening end kind of user experience. The Internet could could be a lot more rich and we put underlying primitives into that platform for video and And that sort of sparked my my next like major ager passionate in which was in early two thousand and two sort of interested in you know how could you disrupt what is the television and and media distribution the newspapers coming online or magazines coming online but actually television on the Internet and started another company. Let's left macro media. Started another company called Bright Cove which is listed public company. Now J. Took public. I'm a little bit before starting circle and that was again a platform company so basically providing UH platforms for companies in developers. That wanted to you know use video do video distribution not just browsers mobile devices. TV sets all stuff. I'm and bypass the legacy system for media distribution kind of going over the top Which is the phrase that we used with a software in media communications and in a in those generations the Internet? Now you know I sort of think about things like stable coins is like we're doing an over the top Financial System by building it all on open open permission list network so it networks Protocols Deli platforms developers can build on And really trying to create a user experience money. That's really different different. But I'm the sort of a little bit of the thread that runs through it and I think in two thousand and twelve Had just taken breakoff public And like a lot of people around two thousand twelve became interested in and obsessed with cryptocurrency Not Not just you know bitcoin specifically but the broader kind of our that we could see back in early two thousand thirteen. Sean and I were batting around starting circle and Many many of the ideas that sort of animated the founding of the company on things that we imagined becoming possible are actually just just now becoming possible and so it's super exciting time in the industry. It's a super exciting time. I think also circle but it's a very exciting time for the industry where Yup many of the things that got us to found the company and belief systems about what could happen with the global financial system where you can actually start to awesome. That's emerging so that's a little background in a little bit on how I got to circle so we we glossed over Quite a bit of meet in the Middle Right in terms of Aware Circle started in where you've been last few years and when people see the focus today on Uscca the encircle pay is still integral to the wrecked it. Now so circle pay we We ended service on circle pay last year as a standalone service. So and I can talk to you the kind of which which which one of my thinking so so the the the the the current product suite includes USCC and Yes so right now we have the USD service which is available to individuals and institutions and businesses and then we have a whole new set of products that that were gearing up to launch guy. Soon
"uscc" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"I like the brand. We've talked about that before big fans of that. But this one featured Intel processor, Pentium processor, not a seller on it came with sixty four gigabytes of memory which doesn't seem a lot. But if you think about ten years ago, five to ten years ago on some laptops, were coming out, budget laptops, with one hundred gigabytes hard drives, and, you know, the pushes to push towards the cloud. Well, that's really what the Chromebook does it pushes you more towards the Google apps that are out there, because it runs the Google OS, that's operating system. In allows you to save documents. You can still save them to that sixty four gigabytes of store. Or you go ahead and you save them to the cloud, which is really the best way to go. You sell save it to your Google Drive now. The people people were right away, say, we'll does it run windows. You can run some windows distributions who can run windows on it. You can run Lennox as well. But honestly, why you're going to get you're gonna do fine with a goal OS if you're using it for word processing, sharing photos, getting online, you do not have to have constant internet connection to be able to create a document. You could do that offline. It's kind of nice work on things off line of, you want to stream media to your, your Chromebook. Yes, you want to have an internet connection. But at this one came with USCC so that we can connected to an external monitor which was kind of nice came with two, USB ports, you can still plug in a drive USB drive and save files to that..
"uscc" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Reliable, performance and wireless flexibility. You just pop this little hardware dangle into your MAC, and you're good to go. So I have the USCC one on the back of my MAC pro itty bitty not hanging off anywhere or not making a clutter, but it makes us work. Great. And if for some reason, you don't have WI fi you can just connect via USB. So you don't you're not stranded, you know, somewhere where the wifi is not working when using the lunar display, you can set up your workspace anywhere. You can be productive in the office in the studio or on the go, and you don't have the expensive buying a second screen because you already bought the ipad. You don't have to have this big extra display that you're not using all the time. You can reuse what you've already invested in loon display. Acts is a complete extension to your MAC. So you're going to get support for your excellent. Keyboard apple pencil and touch interactions. You can interact with your MAC with just swipe of a finger. It kind of turns your MAC into an IOS app, and sort of a weird inside outweigh. But it's its way that I really love. I've been really impressed with my Luna display like I said, I have the USB version it works flawlessly with my between, my MAC pro and my ipad and the process is really easy get their application get installed, and it's really I've really come to love it using my ipad as a reference monitor. So I know you, and I both talked about while we're recording our shows having the recording software off to the side and the ipad. So and keep an eye on it. But it's not cluttering, you know, the notes and everything I'm looking at. But I really have come to love at two in the bookkeeping administrative work that I do that. I can have a say a really long PDF or something something I need to interact with on my MAC, but just have it off to the side as a reference, and I can interact with it as need to listeners of MAC.
"uscc" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"So besides the rumor of the ipad, mini, we have iphone rumors. Oh now, I didn't know this one. Are they saying there's going to be another iphone thing shocking? Right. But you'll be you'll be stunned at what I tell you next. The iphone ten thousand nineteen could have a better camera. Also, you're going to say a higher price tag is go. Yeah. Okay. That would that would that would be a good one too. But there's supposed to be significant upgrade to the rear camera that it gives it a ten megapixel camera. It's january. How are we getting leaks? Rumors of any solicit they know what they're gonna make for an iphone two to three years ahead of time. And I've decided to tell us who will somebody has somewhere in the supply chain. There are two approaches to secrecy. Right. One approach is keeping things private until they're finished because you don't want to show. Anyone your work? Right. You wanna show someone this beautiful thing when it's done right there school children. Right. They they cover their paper as they're working. So that you can't see until they're finished. Then there are other people who are so proud with where they're going that they just can't help. But bursts and try and tell you where they are along the way. Right. I just slotted Microsoft into the latter lion. And apple into the former that seems about right, and it's not hard and fast. But, but generally, those are sort of people the way people approach secrecy. They are bursting with pride about what's going to happen there, and they can't wait to share it. And so they share little tidbits along the way, and it gets out that way or people just embarrassed to show, something that's half finished. And they keep it secret until the very end. That's how the stuff happens. So the idea of ten megapixel front facing camera has also come out as part of the leaks, which is a big jump from the seven Mickle seven megapixel camera on the tennis, tennis, max and ten are employees. Mega pixels selfie camera. Oh, yeah. I don't think I want to see. The core. Every yes. You know, they might increase the output of the flood eliminator to immunize the impact of ambient infrared light. So that it works even better triple lens cameras one possibility. But no one knows if they're actually going to have a triple lens on the back on would thought lens. Give us more definitions of terms. Okay. All right. Why not go away have five cameras? That's Gillette position. Forget everything. We're doing five blades. Yep. We're getting sixty four bit. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So it's it's unclear what's going to happen here. We really don't know one of the things that people have been talking about is does apple keep lightning or does apple move to USCC as it did with the ipad. Pro. Yes, I've heard you Dan, talking about this before on the podcasts stunned anymore are other light- lightening, but I see the logic. Well, so the the issue is this there are few things that are rough spots that don't add up. Well, and they are your laptop uses USB see so you can use USB see headphones for your laptop. But you can't use your same headphones on your phone or conversely, your phone uses lightning and doesn't use U S P C. And so you can't you can't use your headphones from your phone with your MAC, unless of course, using air pods. But frankly on. Was I'm yes, I know you love my. Yes, you do. So this is the kind of of incongruity that exists between the phone and the laptop or the phone in the ipad pro line at the moment. Now, the other thing is that there's obviously a lot more USB peripherals available..
"uscc" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Sharon, that's fun to use the fact that you can like flip around any orientation and face Eddie works is like incredible. Like apple built a really good implementation of that the cameras are marginally better like. In their marginally better only because of software and the twelve so it's they made a new sensor on the back. That's way thinner, but it's supposed to have the same performance as the previous camera. But it run smart HDR, right? Apple will do some smart H R stuff to the camera. But. Unless you're a serious ipad photographer, you're gonna notice that pride on. And then there's USCC which the reality of USCCA on the ipad today, and I don't think so say reality forever. But the reality today is that if you had a previous ipad, and you were really interested in plugging a bunch of stuff into it. And you're Russia. Lightning dangles USCC is not going to change your life right now. So if you had a lightning HDMI, and you you were the person who is like running keynote on a big display an ipad great now you can do that with the US had after but the experience exactly the same. If you were the sort of person who really did import a lot of photos, and you had the ST Carter that I have the the lightning ST credit after now you can use a USB Espy carded after and it'll be a little bit faster. But like the the thing is the experience of that is still exactly the same. So over to you. We'll get his you'll you'll you'll if you are the kind of person who travels with both a MAC book and an ipad because you have to because you need to have quote unquote, you'll be able to use the same. Charging brick on both which is great. Yeah. I you get all the benefits of USCC. That's the big thing. But if you were already like I got plug a bunch of shit in my on my ipad, and you had the dangles to do it. Well, you're just gonna have to buy you dangles, and it's going to be the software is going to not let you do more with USC. And I think that is like again, it's apple like, the example. I keep using the people keep yelling at me about is external storage. There are apps in this world that will let you address a hard drive with an ipad. Pro that is true. There's like the sandisk I expand that everyone keeps tweeting me about great. I'm happy at exists. We put a USB port on there. You should be able to plug in a hard drive. What you create? I do they make files. What's our what's our staff? Do they run around with cameras the shoot onto cards, and they gotta read the cards into an app to edit the video that's a thing. They have to do. Well, you play that stuff in the app head pro, and you know, just destroy your hard drive won't do anything like the files apple on show, it maybe someone else who's going gonna write another that will address it. Sure. But then you got to get it into the ipads. Idea of a file system, which is like cloud, drive dropbox or something. So you're you're just moving it into another place. Not dry. You never dressing directly within that. Or you put in a camera card, or are you plug in a camera, and it just insists that you import everything and the Iowa's Kamrul which would be like to be clear. This would be fine. If that didn't also just like sync to cloud, just like relentlessly sync to cloud, and if you're me, and you have like a bunch of photos,.
"uscc" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"That only the pros have notably the USB with support for clinical. Which the the lights in lack book or retina, amac books? Don't have. They just had USCC. They also get a whole support for peripherals that that the twelve inch MAC couldn't support like five K displays, right? I believe. That's I guess I was just way port. But the the the reason why one of the reasons why apple said that Thunderball requires of white wasn't on the retina books earlier machines was because they have a lower voltage in design inside. And so with MAC book air, not only put in retina display and gave it more horsepower to drive his extra pixels gave it faster processors Moran. And then also faster connectivity. So that you can plug in the similar kind of displayed options that you have pro model. So it's kind of a middle middle tier between the retina macbooks and the macro. Yeah. And and that I guess I agreed with you sort of seem strange because the the thirteen inch macbook pro had gotten so thin that there was almost no until lightweight. It didn't seem like necessarily required. Right. Yeah. I'm not sure what if all of them are going to continue or if they're gonna phase that out. I'm a longtime fan of the MAC book air, I used to use the eleven inch model for years and being able to have something with portability. And that kind of horsepower is is a big mover for me. I think it must be for all the other fans that they cited when the presentation. Yeah. The you know, I've had a macro chew. I still have been using it. It's kind of a backup. It snapped. At the point where it can't. It's from two thousand eleven I believe doesn't run off. So that's had quite a long run of use. It's almost a decade old. But it's there wasn't really known as a fast machine is a very portable machine. And that's one of the criticisms that out who's kind of general direction in notebooks. Then with MAC is wise apple making everything right family line to be powerful and have rox Aram. And when I talked to people when I talk to people actually do work, obviously, everybody wants things to be fast never on Ceram. But one of the main considerations of people who actually work on mobile computer need is especially if they're over thirty is you don't want your next to hurt when you're carrying it around. Portability is extremely important having it late in thin makes a huge difference in how much you can carry something around. And I've I've traveled extensively reported machines, including this one is that was that huge seventeen inch MAC book from back in the day. And it just makes such a huge difference to have a light thin machine. So that's you know, Apple's decisions are large. Based on what cells they're not just like throwing things at a dartboard are just, you know, picking things out like a crazy Queen. They are choosing to sell things that people want to buy. Yeah. And the macbook air was never the lowest power machine. It was always shift with a core. I five or core. I seven that. You could upgrade right? It had more power wasn't a a low in machine when it first came out. It was actually a fancy machine when it first came out. And then as they introduced new machines, it's sort of kind of fell into this tier of being sort of the cheapest notebook option, and despite all the grades. It's still relatively inexpensive. I was thinking that they're going to raise the price more than identify. It does have options. It starts to get expensive. Yeah. Will originally debuted in two thousand eight two thousand nine it was an a very expensive sheen. It was two one thousand six hundred ninety nine dollars one thousand eight hundred ninety nine dollars that kind of ballpark and in its second generations when it finally came down in price to be something closer.
"uscc" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"You're listening to the apple insider podcast. Back. Welcome back. This the apple insider podcast. Forgive us here in the field. Dan here in Brooklyn. Yes. Actually, I'm in Manhattan right now. But yes, that was in Brooklyn. Okay. This was kind of a big event wasn't it? It wasn't big event. I it was a lot of things that apple people have kind of been wanting from apple some clarification are the Medicare MAC mini. And what's what's the next step is for I've had pro. And there are some huge things that happened there. So I should tell people you're using your lightning headphones right now to try and record this, right? Yes. And I was thinking about that before we started recording. Because headphones are kind of an issue, aren't they? How do you mean? I mean, I was thinking about this in terms of headphone port going away from iphone? And now it looks like also going away from the ipad pro. Yeah. Apple isn't working towards making everything wireless. The ideas that you. Could use your air pods, which which I have I think it probably be better our audio quality to use wired headphones. So that's why I'm using those. Yeah, I think so it is a complication to have headphones that are exclusively usable reflecting the ship of the new iphones. Right. And that's going to be complicated slightly further. If you're using the new ipad tro, because it's not using lightning is it. Right. I would imagine it would support USCC had firms or. Yeah. Yeah. But apple doesn't make any USCCA Evans yet or. They're imagining a world where everybody has air funds. I guess they must be never mind. My focus on the headphone, Jack, which is a little silly. I agree. Go ahead and take me through the highlights of the event as you saw them because you're there that will the first thing they did was introduced the MAC, and the the the two products that came out there with the MAC book air, which I was kind of surprised I heard from that book air was just sort of put on ice and apples answer to it was the new retina Matt books which were late so like super late and ten in the whole point of the air was to be late without necessarily having the same kind of affirmative. She would get from a pro so back in the day when there was just pro and air, the idea was that the air was the super latest air version that you could put an invalid up as you know, Steve Jobs, dramatically unveil and the pro was for people who are wanting to do something that the air. Didn't we have horsepower to do? And when the game with retina macbooks books, which was what two thousand twelve. If my memory serves, right? That was the new solution for a super late thin. No. The pair of retina amac books that came out. Well, the the first machines to to launch their they called it the mask look and rather than being cheap MAC book that the Makhluf name, Houston the entry level, plastic laptop. They introduced as MAC book, and it was locally known as the retina MAC left because had rented display and those machines were were focused on being light and small actually had one. It was was very small. And then when the pros came out they were they used a similar kind of design, but we're focused on being big enough to have faster processing, so what they're doing now with the air with the new care is kind of a middle tier product that is light and thin it almost feels identical to the existing MAC book air, but it has about a display, and it has. Some connectivity..
"uscc" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"You're spending over thousand dollars, get a tablet with the keyboard. Not a small amount of money stepping up a little bit. There's a surface laptop to this is Microsoft's mid tier entry into surface line. It is quieter and faster than last year's model model. We really liked the regular surface laptop the surface laptop to still cost thousands dollars for the base model. It also comes in all black, and it also comes without USB ports. Lack of you spec- ports on the machine, I think is kind of weird like the new super portable service go that micro- Microsoft put out earlier this year has USB. So does the more powerful pro level app top surface book that supports USCC. So anybody who buys one of these two newer machines, which kind of sit in the middle of the surface lineup are going to have to make some really hard decisions about which cripples they by sitting everything is moving to USCC in the industry interesting choice on Microsoft's part. Yeah, to not include them, which largely went unexplained. Okay. So the surface studio is the last computer to talk about. It's like the big, honking giant twenty eight point something inch screen computer. That is like an all in one that can sit almost horizontal on the table or stand up like a regular computer. It comes to the pens he can draw on it. It's very beautiful. We got to got a chance to play around with one when it came out last year. We absolutely loved it. Cost thirty, five hundred dollars. It's pro level machine. It's spectacular to look at it, spectacular to use the new one. There's not much to talk about it other than the fact that it just got new internals. So it's basically updating the old design. Finally, the headphones, this is the part of Microsoft's fall harbor released that I think is really unique. These headphones cost three hundred fifty dollars them yet. That's like right around the same amount of money as other high end wireless headphones that go over the ear and have smart design and really good sound. So we have listened to them, but. We can assume that they sound really good because Microsoft has been doing stuff with everything brand surface over the last few years they pair with windows ten devices using swift payer is a software feature that Microsoft ruled out in windows ten update back in April. So these sensor filled headphones will automatically pause the music or the call that you're on. When you take them off and put them around your neck. And then when you slip them back up over years, the audio turns back on or your call on mutes. It's a really nice feature. You can also use them to summon Cortana provided you're connected to Cortana in device and provided you're the kind of person who summons Cortana regularly. I don't know too many of those people Microsoft's these will be available during the holiday season. So coming up quick. Yeah. Come out pretty quick. So that's that's a lot of updates, but mostly refinements, not anything radically new other than as you said the surface headphones, which is the. I for for the surface line what's makers strategy. They're just sort of tweaking and refining rather than coming out with anything, radically new, we'll. I mean, it's it's spent the last few years or less five years, I guess really like building the surface brand, making it very design forward. There's a design language that exists across all of the products. There's like a color language at exists across all the products. So it's really like it's innocent spot now where it has a lot of products. A lot of things that Phil different needs for just about everybody. Like if you're a person who says, I need a windows computer, I wanna buy something for Microsoft. There's six different things you can choose from that you will find something that works for you. So don't really wanna mess with that. Yeah, you just wanna make it a little bit better little bit faster. You know, there was some heating problems because the design is really specific. You know, sometimes the fan would be too loud on some of those computers. So they've really concentrated on fixing that stuff right. I think it might be at least another year before we see another radical redesign of the of anything from surface. Right? I mean, if it ain't broke just speed up the processors and update the designs. Exactly. In connects headphones..
"uscc" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Space. There's a lot of headphones, a lot of established players in this area, especially in this price point, and they said that they feel like there was a need for people who are working in open offices, or you know, those kind of like now noisy environments to be able to switch between a silent experience and experience where they can hear the outside noise. So if they're colleague comes up and walk to them, I don't know why they don't feel like pulling the ear Cup off of one ear is sufficient. They do have a feature where if you take the headphones off your head and put them around your neck than music automatically pauses and then you put him back on automatic. We start up again. I've seen that before unlike Planchon again phones. It's not entirely new feature. Maybe that canoe is this like a Cortana Trojan horse. It could be a little bit headphones are a little bit cheaper than everybody else. They're They're about about the the same. same price. Well. Cortana built in idea mixing the doors cancellation though because he can't be uncanny, but it's at a percent right is so you can maybe get a bit of vibe for your your office or also also I, it's weird. I know that Microsoft's obviously you know, targeting this. Young creative professionals. But I, I am noticing that the next generation just uses discord all the time. Like there are a lot of people that are always like basically a mute button away from voice conversation with somebody. So it also makes it. It's like it's feels like headphones with a microphone are becoming sort of a key part of using a windows computer. George. They are also very proud of the microphones on these. They have a total of eight. So there's four noise canceling microphones and then four beam forming microphones which are designed to pick up your voice when you're on a call or in a discord chat or something like that. You know, they claim it's twice as many as competitors. If if you plug this thing into your computer over the USB port will become a USB audio device. It will not. I asked if there did audio out over USB, see, and they do not. They are only used for charging the the USB port is only for charging. And if you want to go all saying three point, five mill, you know, it's interesting to me is that. As possible voice chat on the computer important in Microsoft has made this great hardware all these microphones and the beam forming, and then someone should just hire someone to work at Skype. If no one works there anyway, be the guy that used to be seeing the server that goes. Skype. Great. Looks Microsoft's voice chat products at any boy or any further development. I want to ask you all like the there were like Tom, Tom actually had a really great tweet about this. There were like thirty articles that came out like, yeah, right after the Microsoft event that said Microsoft is the new apple app. Apple. Yeah, poll. Atas mid western shine buddy. Yeah, they have a, you know, the the cases basically that they have a coherent product lineup. That makes sense for different product segments, and there's nothing in it that like other than complaining what USCC really drives as much consternation to say the the macbook pros have amongst its user base and the, you know, the macro cares just still exists for some reason. What do you make of that Dan, especially, you like having held the products, does it does it? Does it feel coherent? Does it feel aptly in some way to you? I think there's a couple of aspects to that one. Microsoft is coming from like almost an underdog status where it's it's, it's coming from below like, Nope, the it has had less expectations for a long time. The original surface product lines were not that great. They were kind of pan. They lost a ton of money on them. So it's been kind of on this upswing for the past half decade or whatever. So it's got that benefit from them, whereas apples all the way at the top. So like any slight mistake is going to bring apple down and you know the. Apple macbook pros have had plenty of mistakes to complain about. I think that there are, like you said, fewer like deal breaking issues with them, and I think that the products that they're making or just in general, more exciting than the products in these categories..
"uscc" Discussed on Download
"That was one of the more memorable press events I've ever been to. It was very different era this this was back when the ipad was selling like gangbusters. And people are having a serious discussion of the idea that that may be PC's as we knew them running windows software were on the way out and the ipad or something like the ipad replace that. And clearly Microsoft was understandably terrified by that prospects, and it wasn't terribly happy with what companies like Dell HP on though VO we're doing with the PC and a surplus came out of Microsoft, deciding that hardware makers were not going to make a great leap forward. It had to take the bull by the horns. And but after that, it turned out the windows basically sees still really useful and his rate as the ipad is sales kind of plateaued and the and people who love the ipad, but much larger number of people who were comfortable being productive environment. They already knew and so thin swung back a little bit, and but I think surplus stole makes sense for Microsoft and every so often the rumors they might discontinue. But last quarter they sold one point, one billion dollars worth of devices, so it's not. It's not a hit on the iphone level, but imagine when you look at other windows based PC's out there, it's doing pretty well, and it's not Microsoft's big a business, many Maine's, but it's large enough for them to care about for sure. Herod, you think that the service line soon reached a Pluto in terms of being the SP six. In terms of design. I mean, you were there for the original service launch, and it was kind of boxing, clunky. If you had sort of design the surface pros, seven may, sir. What would you do personally? I would put you spec-. We're in this weird limbo where a lot of the vices have USB seeing a lot don't, and I wish the industry would just push forward even though at the moment, there are certain may consumers out there who would see you spec- as disadvantaged have to buy some new cables. I would definitely lie for us to go through a major makeover in a way that it hasn't in a while and if they did get to a design that worked pretty well, but with the next pro which it sounds like we might see a few weeks. It sounds like apple will do some significant things in terms of shrinking the basil and. Introducing that face ID and you know putting out something that is meaningful better in meaningfully different than the last one. Microsoft has not done that little while and it does still same. Like for Microsoft sort of firing also unders- across multiple service devices and doing both a little speed bumps and the major upgrades is something that's a little bit of a challenge for them. See, the thing is with you is be seized that USB I think works best when you pair it with Thunderball and they haven't done that. I mean, the surface connector is both power and I o and I mean there's two. Usually there's there's two service Niger's. I mean, like surface book, for example, is one of the side and there's one actually, it's Simpson that connects the base on the tablet, but they haven't done anything with it. I mean, I've been hoping that they would do external GPU or a Docker, something about sorts. And that's actually, I mean, that's actually what the base. So the foundation for the service connector is if you have a charger. Of course, it works with all sorts vices, especially if you have a service doc, which I've had for three four years now, you know, it plugs right in, but they just haven't done anything with that service connecting. I think they done with this connector. They people will be like, oh, well, we don't really need USB look at with us servicemen, but now everyone's like, well, they just kind of noer that connector and look at as a power connector. And I think that people are sort of pushing for USCC because of Microsoft went point was also talking about using the keyboard connector, right? Specialized keyboards, various sorts. Yes, also didn't pan out. They went back and decided to do keyboard and make it really nice, which has its way nicer them. They Pat pro keyboard right. Had a DJ concept. I think it was. Yep. All right. We've got more Microsoft stuff to talk about on the software side. We'll get to that in a moment. But first let me.
"uscc" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Could it, they roll it out to people who have the October update, or do you have to wait for the next version of windows? The nine thousand nine hundred one. Turned on there to make it work. That's we don't know. Right. That's right. So could be some underpinnings just to make the display responsive or something. It's it's it's kind of a remote desktop type thing. It may be. Yeah, it could be some combination. It will be exposed to the your phone app, but will it require nineteen h one or whatever it's called. Yeah, actually, that's a good question. I don't. Yeah, sorry there. So there was a quick tweet the eighteen oh, nine was on the volume licensing center, but it looks like only the arm sixty four bits. Maybe everyone wants now. Now this is just what everyone wants. I'm like, okay, forget l. delete that. Let's. So I was thinking is was there was one of the thing I wanted to say about the surface event because this question also has come up and I forgot to add it before we moved to windows ten, but we get. So one thing we get to do a lot yesterday was chat with members of the surface team who were kind of milling around and people who worked on windows and office. They were all there in the in the showcase. I asked Stevie Petit h. who's basically the chief mad scientist of surface about the thing. Everyone always asked for which is a version of surface studio that was just the monitor without the compute. And you know, for a while they were saying that's not really what we want to do that for a long time that they were ever going to do that. Well, yesterday when I asked him this question, he kind of hinged good. So I wonder if they will be a surface studio monitor in our newsroom Easter because the real problem here is that can't keep this thing today. Fast enough. Yeah, and people love. I've always wanted that because you, you know, if you, you have a three by to display they could match the resolution, which I think was brilliant. Two, three thousand two thousand. And if you just replace your internal display with external, it's one to one you don't. Nothing gets mashed around. Nothing changes just works. Yeah, you know, I I've wanted this for years. So that may happen this exact same question came up when we first got the surface studio and your, I remember they denied it vigorously going to happen. So it's interesting that are not so vigor. They weren't really denying it. They were like, yeah, you know, we know people want that. Yeah, that'd be good. I'm using an HP l. in one right now, that is is probably twenty seven inches as Fourcade skeletal base. It's nice. It's beautiful screen. The computer itself is kind of a, you know, it's like I five killing sixteen gigs ram, whatever. But the interesting feature of this is you can pop the screen off of it and you can buy a base for this. Use it as play. You could also replace the screen at the screen goes south. You could get a pumpkin couldn't do. You shouldn't be able to do that. I mean, it seems like maybe a future version of studio could be like that they can offer it in both versions and. The other. Interesting. It was. I didn't get to interview Panos Panay like in a sit down interview. But Tom Warren did from the Burj and it sounds like another peripheral they are building is a possibly a surface branded webcam. Okay. It really getting this like excess res business now. Right. I wonder if this has anything to do with surface studio Chaz looking USB as you said USCC, right? That's how that plugs into service duty. And that's probably how that is yet. Maybe that's what it is doing their own. Their own camera. Yeah. Yeah, that's kind of interesting too. Okay. Now, do we want to talk about windows ten. Eighteen eighteen. I guess we should talk about the bills today. Just came teen h. one we're moving right along. Now, all of a sudden they used to be a processes in replace that we were privy to, and now they're just slapping the stuffed out as fast as they can. Yes, right before the show a new build came out of nine thousand nine hundred one which is the.
"uscc" Discussed on Championship Drive
"State and that's a team that has been unimpressive. What's the line there. And what side do you like. Texas is right now about a nine point. Favorite should know eight and a half point. Favorite in the game seems to become a down a little of course, Bill Snyder, one of the great underdog coaches of all time, but not having that magic this year. They got mauled by Mississippi State at home just out of the game at the line of scrimmage, three hundred and eighty four to one thirteen rushing outgained by three twenty five yards overall and last week. So not competitive against west Virginia's. Well. So this is a case team that maybe not as physical enough to match up with Texas and I don't Texas. His ground game hasn't been awesome. The only averaging three point seven yards per carry, but the big boys up front. They have taken on USCC fence TCU's defense this year and watch Canty Ingram. I think if he comes back healthy for this should have a good game. And then on the flip side of the coin, I think Texas has one of the best defense in the big twelve m and TCU or right at the top, which makes both those teams still contenders and Kansas state's offense of line has really been below expectations. All five starters back, but their averages three point, nine yards per carry, fourteen sex despite Snyder being a great home dog, I kind of lean with Texas the better team to get this one on the road. All right. Let's give Josh macrey some some reason to be excited here just say, thirty percent rail just say, thirty percent Syracuse goes to Clemson. I love the cues spot here with kind of the drama off the field with Clemson with Kelly. Bryant Syracuse can score some points. That's a big number twenty five and a half gimme Syracuse plus the points. Phil, am I wrong? I'm going on the same side with you there, Matt, and you go back and look at Syracuse last year on the road. And first of all last year, Syracuse team donnas. Good. Is this your Syracuse St. which is four? No, but they went into death. Valley took on LSU only lost by eleven. In fact, the yards first downs, eight, a twenty four team. I down here. They went into North Carolina State and only lost by eight is a big dog. They only lost a Miami by eight on the road. They only lost a Florida state by three. So they allot of close losses on the road. Just looking for. Breakthrough game, and then you look at how they played against Florida state this year. And for states not marquee team right now. They're not one of the elite teams in the country, but it just dominated at the line of scrimmage, Dungy's back in the lineup QB. He's dangerous runner and passer and the, you know, I know clemson's playing with revenge, which is why the number is so high. But you touched on that Kelly Bryant given the team. You wonder if there's going to be a little dissension in the locker room and now is posed to have it Bryant starting, and then Lawrence coming off the bench and producing points. You're going to freshman off the bench, your quarterback when this thing gets out of reach, if it gets out of reach, I think Syracuse going to give them a game the whole game. I'm taking the big points in that one. I think it's actually going to be a competitive game. You know something like fourteen to seventeen point. So I like the orange in that one. Wow. Just going to have to be fired up, maybe removing clothes during the game. Phil. And too much of a gentleman to ask you about the game. I'll be attending on Saturday, Tennessee, Georgia, not expecting much of a contest. Let's go to strawberry canyon. I learned to love college, football, Oregon, and cow, Oregon coming off a heartbreaking loss going to Berkeley to face undefeated Cal team coming off a bye week. The ducks are favored by less than a field goal. How do you see that one going down on Saturday? And this is a game. Normally I'd take the team in a better situation and there's no doubt kale's and agreed situation. Oregon's offer crushing loss last week against Stanford when they were firmly in control in and ended up losing it over time. Now they have to travel versus team off a bye as you mentioned and CAL's feeling confident at three zero but peeling back the layers a little bit..
"uscc" Discussed on Cortex
"Optical thunderbolt cable on Amazon, three hundred and seven pounds for a ten meter. Cable. My would. Yeah, it's madness very expense. Yes, they are very expensive. So my GPA is now sitting on the desk. The thing that I found out is the original setup that I was using had a one meter cable going from my laptop down to the GP you and then the thing that was really killing me another one meter cable back from the GP you to the monitor. So this five k. display was trying to push all the pixels back and forth across two meters at four times the acceptable length for the necessary data transfer. And as I wasn't crazy, I couldn't. I wasn't able to get all the pixels. I thought I was opposed to get on the monitor and it turns out like, yes, if I use to half meter cables, then I can get the full resolution. Otherwise I was not getting the full resolution on that screen. It was mad. You can use, you can daisy chain to Hoffman two cables. Yeah, that seemed to be able to be under whatever the limit was, but having to one meter cables. Obviously, there must have been enough degradation in the data that it wasn't working. I did just find out that you can buy these cables on Apple's Hong Kong website, what the optical cables, coining one, but you call them on the UK site. And that doesn't make sense to me too fast for the u k, I guess it's very strange. Yeah. As a final thing, I got a ton of feedback from people who were pointing out as well. The thing that I wish I had said it in the show, but you never cover everything that you want to go, hey. Don't you know that there's a little lightening bolt on the cable that has thunderbolt support. Aren't you aware of this? The answer is yes. I just said this and you've just said, this is how confusing is right. I'm trying to make it as clear as possible to the listeners who sent me all this feedback like look for it. And what I want to say is. The cable, the problem with the cables. It's not just all the specs. It's the flaky. Nece July found out after that. Show that by like again doing this this ridiculous AB testing of hardware that I have a bunch of USB three lightning cables that just don't work whether like they're not transferring the data at the rate that they're supposed to. And because this this is the problem, a cable that is broken isn't completely broken. That's exactly all of them still support the power. But I had USB see thunderbolt cables that were clearly not actually able to communicate with peripherals thunderbolt speeds. So it was like great, great, whatever you guys like. I don't even know where these cables. I'm not. I'm not pointing fingers at any manufacturers. All I know is like I got this bucket of expensive cables, and some portion of them don't even work as advertised by the little lightening bolt on them. So again, te'o DR USCC is garbage. WJR and I hate it so great. I thought to myself that it would be fun to do some Oscar Tech's today because we haven't done it in a while. So while I was preparing for the episode, I thought I would tweet from the at cortex, pumpkins, tutoring count, hey, why don't we get some hashtag, ask cortex questions. Oh, we got lot. I think people have been waiting for this segment to come back. Lots and lots of questions did seem like there had been a bit of a build up. Yes. I want to chip away at some of those by basically devoting the rest of this entire episode to hashtag cortex. We got to clear the cortex when all can clear, I can tell, you know, we can clear we can clear, Mike. All right. So buckle up for six, at least an hour before I really need to go. So I'm sure we can. We can get all this. Okay. We may get through two percent of the questions. All right. And let's kick off hashtag school taxes. This question from Johm which is one that I've actually seen a bunch of times, so that might be a good one to start with. What if any, personal budgeting software or tracking do you use for personal stuff?.
"uscc" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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