35 Burst results for "Wozniak"

"wozniak" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

Woz Happening!!!!

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!

"Was happening world I'm your host the wizard of wise Benji Wozniak, and this week's episode is going to consist of topics about the controversy surrounding the national anthem, 9 11 and concentration camps in America. So unless you've lived into a rock, you probably already know that Colin Kaepernick and many other sports figures are kneeling during the national anthem that it's racist and they don't want to.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Of defy booth go active membership. It says one. You didn't get on membership payments sitting in the bags and setting backup the to won't give him about taco position before in my life where i had unlimited taco bell talk to us and the taco bell. You so well they might still have it. It was really cool program called taco bells feed the beat. And if you were in a nationally touring band and you knew the publicist or whatever they would just send your band five hundred dollars worth taco bell gift cards four bands on the program. So i'd like to grant taco bell and at first it sounds sweet also. This was like ten years ago so everyone was early twenties in very poor. Because we're in the music business in your fucking at taco bell on the road dude working a little butter fucking i. I had to give those those cards away outside of the bands. Probably like nine hundred dollars for the taco bell. I gave to other people because the bands were like. Just don't get this fucking shit anywhere near me. So yeah so what did you. What would you have to you take like pictures with the bob blast boasts about social that is payment for the taco. The idea that was the idea but you didn't even have to do that if he didn't want to. So shout feed the beat. The program is rolling out across seventeen tucson area locations from september to november twenty fourth. It's via app right. So you get on there. I just did it. I just download the app to. I put my location in tucson selected. My pickup situation launches a secret menu. Right where i can then sign up for. The app added to my cart for ten bucks a month. So for those of you. Arizonans who recently Defeated lee asked. God how could my life get any worse. This is your answer. so yeah donald subscription Guys one last story skip pop. The clutch from hard factor. Instead if you want to spend ten dollars a month patron dot com so much better for your life and your health long-term you'll you'll be liking taco bell better for the first week and then and then you'll wish you had popped the clutch so we'll just trust us now. Don't make the mistake. It's better than the ten taco. No i know. What are you going to listen to while you're on the can all the all day you're going to have to conquer belt. Patriot dot com slash heart factor. Okay last guys. If you looked at the three current private space companies that have popped up in recent years and thought. There's no way that this is a sign of a trend. The billionaires earth. Know something that i don't in are preparing an exit strategy for when the floods and storms and the fires me earth uninhabitable. Then listen up because a fourth less rich but still very rich dude will now be sharing something other than e. with basil's musk and branson poorer an extra glass of adrenals chrome and getting a triple x. l. spacesuit ready guys because apple founder steve wozniak has entered the private space company club. Oh yeah what out. Fly on watts's ship because it's going to be tricky. He's like he's he's he's a real weirdo and feel like he's going to have some real artistic touch. This weird space is supposed to be. It's going to be our. He'll like he'll allow you to do like acid on his on. His ship may leave earth. But you'll feel yeah. Here's the bill. We totally left her now. This is a little bit more of a blue collar. Well i'll tell you why so. On sunday night. Wozniak tweeted a cryptic announcement Said quote a private space company is starting up. Unlike the others and He embedded a video link to the website for privateer. That's the name of the company not much info about what the company does quite yet but it does seem that the good folks over gizmodo did a little big jade journalism slough thing and put together That a press release from an unrelated three d. Titanium alloy printer came out recently. This year described privateer as quote a new satellite company focused on monitoring and cleaning up objects in space. So it's a space trash company. Eight thousand pieces of space stretches out there man. That's our homeboy. The smartest guy in the world that came on our show is in space trash found out. There is a serious issue. It was wasn't space trash. This one. that one thing wasn't but there's so these strategy wozniak's cleaned up. I mean he's he's like he's like jobs as right hand man right so so yeah i mean he was and you can look at this in one or two ways you could look at it as like You know was starting space company. And that's a smart move getting jump. On essentially becoming the lucchese crime family of the skies everyone trash pays or you could look at it more like a fitting punishment for being only worth between ten and one hundred million dollars this after he sold off and shared with employees major portions of once thirty four point six percent ownership stake in apple before and after the company's. Ipo's but nobody ever nobody ever claimed was was the best money manager. Wise guy right. She hasn't given was gateways. Doesn't care what he's worth. He's that type of guy he. He gave a lot of money to apple employees so they could share in the ipo. It's very cool really. Is the person who who probably does give a shit. Is the original third partner of apple ronald wayne who sold his ten percent share for eight hundred dollars. Let me do the. He's not worth no. He's he's very old if he is. That would be worth one hundred billion dollars today or half a hundred billion basis if it kept you ten percent. He must've been insufferable the around Still to this day still is. There's there's legends about matter what he says. I don't think he's got less insufferable sears. Back to whatever you're talking about steers back to how he sold for eight hundred eighty dollars and that's gives you a hard factor. Thank you so much for listening checkup. Patriot dot com. Such hard factor..

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Faster Horses & Product Myths

Startups For the Rest of Us

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Faster Horses & Product Myths

"Always been annoyed with the quotes from the steve. Jobs is and the henry. Ford's where it's like if i don't do focus groups if i'd asked people what they wanted they would have wanted a faster horse and instead i get built on a car. Here's why those quotes number one. It's unlikely you have the resources. That steve jobs and henry ford did by the time. Steve jobs was. I think it was twenty. Who's worth a million by. The time is twenty one hundred ten million. By the time he's twenty two is worth one hundred million and a lot of that was on the back of this incredible once in a generation. Invention that steve wozniak had designed it was called the apple one. And that's what made them. They have all this amazingness. After that steve jobs then proceeded to launch failure after failure from the lisa to the original macintosh which eventually became successful but it was a train wreck when it launched to the apple. Newton fail fail fail. Who's running the company so poorly that he got kicked out the board voted him out and you know he went off. And if you read the book. I think it's called becoming steve jobs. It's about the a lot about the interim years and how he matured during that time and then he did figure himself out when he came back to apple in the late nineties he was amazing and he was an amazing not only business product person before that yes. He was a good marketer. Yes he could talk yes. He could stare at people and convince them to do things that they were. You know maybe shouldn't do. They were scared to do he could. You'd say it's either persuasion intimidation or something. But he was not a great product person in the early days was wozniak and obviously jobs learned this and did become that overtime. All that said these luminaries are quoted. In and i feel like it's this myth of she. Should you listen to your customers or not. There's an in-between. Because when henry ford says that people would have asked for a faster horse. That's like saying i asked my customers what they wanted and they said that they want a button in my interface to download and then make changes and re uploaded. So are you going to give them exactly what they want. Or you going to put your product hat on. Maybe your vision hat your founder gut feel hat and say that's a dumb idea. There's a ways your way to do that. Why don't i just build a lightweight kind of accel manipulation widget within my app and on. This is just an example. I'm saying that's the best the better or the worst way to do it. But if you're product person you never take customer suggestions and build what they want because you wind up with crap software you wind up with a million settings you wind up with terrible. You actually end up a terrible. Ui because customers are not product people. They're not experts for the most part in general so when henry ford says they were asking a faster horse i put on my visionary my product tat and i think what are they act. What's the job done. Well they want something that moves faster than a horse so what can do that. We'll trains can do that these days. Right locomotives in what is one thousand five hundred. Ten locomotives can do that. So can we build a locomotive that run something. that's not on rails right that's the type of innovation that that ford put into place so to take his quote and to act like don't listen to customers at all. I think a grave misuse of that as product people and that instead of taking exactly verbatim literally what customer said and building that into your app. There's a balance here right. It's that product vision that you have. Where do i want my product to go. And how do i want to feel and how they want it to be used to build in it and not build in it. What i wanted to become not become because i tell you. In the early days of drip people want us to build affiliate management software into it because a competitor had it. They want us to build shopping cart into landing pages where all these things that other competitors had built and we're opinionated enough that we said our opinion is that we should integrate with best of breed and so we have thirty five tier one integrations by the time we were you know year and a half two years into drip and that was the approach. We take that was our opinionated stance on whether we're going to make this thing and all in one. i'll say monstrosity. All in windsor monstrosities. But that's what i felt like is that would be a worst in class and we'd have five tools built into one or we could be best in class marketing automation and integrate with the other. Best in class. So that's my stance on this whole henry ford quote and i'd love to hear your thoughts. Maybe i'll tweet this out to get a conversation going because it kills me every time someone says it. It rubs me the wrong way that it's it's touted as this this big grandiose thing of. I'm such an innovator look at me and it's like no you actually. Yes you did you invent head and you did. Innovate in the way that you solved customers problems but then don't go back and say i didn't do anything customers we're asking for because they were actually asking for a car they just didn't know it.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"Well you find you find and i. I'm a big believer getting people out of the office and out to sea customers and so in regards to that. I always find this interesting. Is somebody and let's just say and i and i pick on accounting because i think they're extremely critical more involved in the sale that people think i always want to bring them out. Let them interview meet. Customers has always talk about. You know they'll write a policy that you know the minute they go past do. They're going to get charged. Finest charges were never going to write a penny off you know. Will they did a million dollars worth of business with us. We're not going to write off a two dollar finance charge one time you know. That's a little bit and so you you take them and you take him to the farm and get to meet the folks that they're talking to or you know we're gonna change a policy that they've got a senate in you know twice a month instead of once a month and they get a chance to see that human interaction what that does to that does this and not to say that they completely change your mind but they get much different perspective like i see what you is a salesperson. You are the quarterback to champion that because you typically the accounting marketings not going to raise their hands a hey i wanna fly from minneapolis. Omaha see somebody in florida. you know. Well maybe they want to go to florida but but they're not gonna do that so reach out a i. I would say go. See them first. But that human interaction that you're talking about it is a challenge for agribusiness as we are in the middle of big mergers merger a lot of mergers outsing mergers There's some co ops merging this week that are bigger than anything that ever imaginable from a merger. And you think about. How can that possibly that. You start to move for. And i understand the purpose for the merger. That's not a big bad thing. There's the overhead of running. An agribusiness is being evaluated. More than ever before do we need you know. Can we afford four people in an office at a grain elevator. That used to do that. A lot of that human interaction that gets moved back and back and back as the mergers occur. And there's reasons for justice for one of the one of the casualties of that is face to face personal interaction of knowing that people is. How is you've balance all that however some ways that maybe you think you can. It agree.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"You don't have the stuff you're talking about the hard work and same with social media and marketing all the hard work is done by somebody. Typically somebody in the company that says okay. Here's how you here's how you do this. And an i agree we you know. We'd launch crm launch. The three different times and the first time was we didn't have an expert in the company. That company came down trainers and they left and we're like enter the information will. We're not gonna do that yet the next time. They connected to our accounting software. That said okay. They're all the customers are in there. You don't have to adam. And so by the third launch. We had a person in our company that did all what you just described. Set up dashboards and in all we had to do was point and click and it was useful and so it wasn't a focus on. Who did you talk to this week. In what you talk about. It was focused on. Who are these people that are in that three three week window that we need to galaxy right now. Here's a list of them so very effective once people could see that they're like oh okay. It's not big brother saying of working. It's yes that air absolutely. It's giving you the tool you need to do your job. Well and automating so an email comes up with a phone number. I i always recommend. I said you're gonna call somebody in three three weeks but the put the email reminder on there and put the phone number in there so very efficient tool. I think those are those are great. I love the idea about you. Know companies being organized and being more efficient. A lot of it is they're already doing and they're all have the best interest at heart. Yeah but they're just not doing it together so it yes or their firefighting right there..

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"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"Because we know those diet cokes or that beer or whatever is part of building that human relationship and that's so important to build that human relationship every salesperson should be taking every chance to have meaningful conversations with their with their customer right. That's where the goal has to be. So how can we still get the metrics. How can we still get the reports without putting burden on the salesperson. And so because i lived it i know what i needed and i know from talking to everybody in the industry that i that i know they go through the exact same thing so the first things that i you know that i do is okay. How do we make it. So you don't ever have to manually put in via customer information. Don i bet you. That's the biggest barrier right. There is. I'm not gonna sit there and put in every single there in my phone all right. So that's easy. That's super easy. you know. There's business card scanners that integrate with so at the end of a trade show. I would just grab up all my business cards and Either during the show. If there's good wifi or else back the hotel room and i would just click. Click click click. Click into ours. They're all in the sierra right. And now my manager knows that i met all those people. Yeah right go look at the report and don't have to save typing in. Met talked about all that. Yeah that's right that's it and then the second thing i do is say okay. Well what first of all which what. What is your pipeline time right. You know some companies. It's three years some as three days. So that's really important is is what is that pipeline length because that really depends if we're feeding the customer or if you're really they know what they want and you're going to sell it right away at that those are two very different things go through pipeline when you talk about pipeline are you talking about a prospect pipeline of when they go from meeting you at the trade show to buying their product..

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"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"Let's set it up so crucial you work with a company. are you getting into. Let's just go down as some of the systems. Are you getting into the european the accounting type stuff or you getting into crm sales efficiency stuff. Are you getting into public When i wanted to call public programs apps or you know email programs that You know the constant contact stuff that that helps you market. So what avenue. Of is your bailiwick of strengths or are doing at all so my focus is process focused marketing. So it's taking your marketing from that very first contact all the way through in a very measurable way all the way through to shipping so and not putting it together in a tangible way I do less theory and more. Okay well what happens next okay. Well what what. E mails get sent to what department. Okay and then you. You look at that. Whole trail from marketing to shipping. And what i found in so many companies is that there are so many silos that they're working against each other. They're not working together. So if we can sit down and and really hash out a good plan that serves every department and also provides metrics from beginning to end your company can increase profit without raising your price and in agriculture. That so important. No room to just keep raising prices right and getting so your your comment about silos very interesting. Because i i. I get this all time with sales. People that vpn sales will say we're still siloed so they'll be siloed from From the agronomy to the feed to the fuel and the you know the departments within a co-op let's say or they'll be siloed with accounting in sales and marketing and manufacturing. They're all kind of doing their own thing. And and i've seen it certainly in the company that i worked for many years as well as the companies that i help. How do you when you run into that. What are some things that you do. Maybe that that question has always there is. How do we get the. And it's got various causes and so you can't cure all the causes but what are you kind of. How do you work with that. So i i go back to what i've learned where i've worked and and i kind of time. I approach a company in this way. I think about what. I felt back when i was the sales department dealing with engineering right. And we all know that salespeople right is we engineering. We need marketing. We need shipping. How do i get my stuff sold. And how do i get it there right. Because that's and so what i always say. Is you start out by saying in your department. What's your goal. Okay and your department. What's your goal. What struggle okay. Who that goal is serving you. What goal are you all serving because you often point to that goal. Yeah right that that top right in in the book. I really love about this. It really kind of was life. changing and Was mike.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"And i think it's exciting that you put this together and and that that yet you're out here Making a way for people to connect and see what's going on and i. I really don't think we're going to go completely back to not doing what we're doing now. I think we've got some form of a hybrid and so as you do that. Tell us a little bit about so. You've got north american anger. you're connected and some of the industries. What else do you do. Your business and How do you do it. And what what puts you in that role to go from there. But before we get to that i i do want to ask you one question. This is interesting. Because i we hired In my f- career we hired a lot of people that start out in equine studies. Okay went to school very much like yourself. They love horses. They want to do horses and they don't want to say they in sales but they ended up in sales they were like and i always used to ask him when they finally accepted the job. You know some. I interviewed some just got sent me your company and and i always ask you know. You probably never thought you were going to be in sales. What brought you there and and did it. Did you have a different opinion after you got in it than before. Sometimes sales is not always the most right Looked upon kindly courier. So yeah and and. That's a really great question. I think in part it's a failure in our education systems that that's not a job right rear and four either and no no guidance counselor ever said well you could be a sales person but i would say the majority of jobs how the sales aspect so i think that's kind of weird failure within our education system because you know i remember through high school taking these tests about what i should be in you know and i just knew i wanted to be connected to growing things i just knew. That's what i wanted. But i also really love people and so everything on those tests would appointed towards being a salesperson right. So yeah wasn't it took a while to to figure out. I worked for a large animal. Veterinarian i read out of college and i realized that i really like the people aspect And and i guess that's really what drew me towards sales. And then when i started to to meet sales people like this is amazing unit to go travel around talk to people..

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I think i feel i decide. Hey eric which is his name. Hey eric leave us alone and my favorite one. Let's overthrow the government. And let's go. Mike love when the protests in post nine. I spoke to cash and her friend. I asked him about the language and what they thought about it. The black protest was the first step. We want to do it in a peaceful and quiet and cultural way however. Our government is not allowing us to do that so now. It's it's finished it's done. I also think that no one should be angry with us. Women or us in a bad way because if mice around with women nuts the outcome and also apart from that at the parliament. Mr coaching ski is calling us in such situa- so it's not like they can do whatever they want. And we found so far biggest. Protest took place on thirtieth ctober in warsaw the capital city so around hundred thousand people marching alone back in two thousand sixteen kaczynski was forced to back down from the proposal of criminalize. Anyone seeking abortion this time. Though there is a sense that the ultra-right government wants to humiliate women and put him down to the role of a living coffin. I spoke with oscar. Who participated in the protest in twelve. The protest i have attended so a lot of people. People are furious that the government is trying to restrict women's right and treat us as unthinking things who do not have any will power nor emotions for a twelve is really angry. And we'll fight till the end. We aswan can not give up on our fundamental human rights at a protest and post nine to a girl who brought a flag of the european union with her. I asked her why she did that. And please be worth. I recorded this interview when surrounded by a lot of motorbikes. That were making often and i will explain about the motorbikes. And a couple of seconds when poland was joining the eu. I was tend to five years old. I was just about to graduate from university. And.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I think i feel i decide. Hey eric which is his name. Hey eric leave us alone and my favorite one. Let's overthrow the government. And let's go. Mike love when the protests and post nine. I spoke to cash and her friend. I asked him about the language and what they thought about it. The black protest was the first one we want to do it in a peaceful and quiet and cultural way however. Our government is not allowing us to do that so now. It's it's finished it's done. I also think that no one should be angry with us. Women us in a bad way because if mice around with women nuts the outcome and also apart from that at the parliament. Mr coaching ski is calling us in such situa- so it's not like they can do whatever they want. And we found so far biggest. Protest took place thirty. Th of october in warsaw the capital city. so around hundred thousand people marching alone back in two thousand sixteen. Kaczynski was forced to back down from the proposal of criminalize. Anyone seeking abortion this time. Though there is a sense that the ultra-right government wants to humiliate women and put him down to the role of a living coffin. I spoke with of scar. Who participated in the protest in twelve. The protest i have attended so a lot of people. People are fear is that the government is trying to restrict women's rights and treat us as unthinking things who do not have any will power nor emotions for a twelve is really angry. And we'll fight till the end. We aswan can not give up on our fundamental human rights at a protest and post nine to a girl who brought a flag of the european union with her. I asked her why she did that. And please be worth. I recorded this interview when surrounded by a lot of motorbikes that were making off noise and i will explain about the motorbikes and a couple of seconds when poland was joining the eu. I was tend to five years old. I was just about to graduate from university. And.

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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Phil Schiller Moving on to Become 'Apple Fellow'

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Phil Schiller Moving on to Become 'Apple Fellow'

"Talk about retired Phil he's just he's got a glow about him. Phil Schiller has decided to call it quits at apple and I can't say that I'm surprised he hasn't really been front and center for a while and seeing how they had steve jobs transition and Johnny. I have now transitioned out of their roles. This seems to be the game plan. You just stop showing up on stage appearing in the. People kind of forget about you but you're still there you still doing your job they quietly transition you out of your role, and then they quietly announced that they're leaving and they become an apple fellow, which is what happened to Phil. Schiller. He's now an apple fellow you WanNa take this story here. Lewis, I'm not like sure when the whole thing. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. So he a fill is going to continue to report directly to apple CEO Tim Cook in the new position as apple fellow, and he's going to continue leading the APP store and Apple Events Greg Jaaz Joswiak is fronts Joswiak I like that name as Joswiak Josh. It's actually very bizarre. Isn't it? That would go from Wozniak Joswiak? It's almost like a a word jumble. Quite odd. Anyway, Jaaz is going to take over a shortage previous role over the years. You know he's had a lot to do it apple and he's been there for like you think what? You say eighty seven he's like he's been there since eighty seven checkout this quotes. been a dream come true for me to work apple and so many products I love all these great friends, Steve? Tim. and Sony More I. I started Apple when I was twenty seven. Wow this year I turned sixty. That's a long time to be at the same. So, what is I? Guess that's thirty three years I. Guess It is Chess Wild. Yeah. And what did he say? He said I'll keep working here as long as they will have me I bleed six colors but I also want to make some time in the years ahead from my family friends and a few personal projects I care deeply about. Some people were saying that last statement personal projects. I. Care Deeply about. It's an interesting time to say that because right after he said that. John Processors Youtube Account was hacked. Right. I'm sure that a coincidence. Alert. Blocked John Browser on twitter and finally he's likes. Just a project in mind crack. And he just started typing loudly with two. He only uses two fingers. It's two index fingers, right? Because he's owed sees old school. But he was sitting there looking down to this keyboard looking back up at the screen and he just John Prosser got what was coming coming to him. Took a write down what a bitcoin scam.

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Steve Wozniak sues YouTube, Google over Bitcoin scam videos

Mark Thompson

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Steve Wozniak sues YouTube, Google over Bitcoin scam videos

"Steve Wozniak is suing YouTube and Google thing, they failed to remove videos that use his likeness to trick users into giving away crypto currency. That's videos were allegedly used to scam people in descending Bitcoin to fake accounts. And used images of tech moguls like Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Steve Wozniak to gain credibility. Wozniak did praise Twitter for acting swiftly to shutdown malicious

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"wozniak" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Agreed on he does make it up it would set how much everyone is going to get he got ten percent to jobs and Wozniak forty five and he even created the first apple logo which was not the logo we know and love now it was a it was like it would cut style thing of Isaac Newton under the apple tree not that it's terrible I disagree I think it sounds ugly so run window while he was very very quickly was like I don't know if this is my kind of place I thought it was a good idea like what these guys are doing but this company in a garage Steve Jobs keeps taking acid during the middle of business hours did he really yeah LOL Steve jobs so he was pretty cool from what I understand Sir I'm he Bromley was like I I don't I don't think I fit in here also apparently he was worried that he was going to have to pony up for you know whatever business debts they incurred I think that was a big deal and he was like all right I'm out I'm out yes he was an adult he was like I've got a house in like of I'm a real adult human like they're gonna turn to me certainly when the demo so he he cashed out and in twelve days twelve days after they established their contract in the contract was kept by Ron Wayne actually we'll get to that in a second but he cast out for twenty three hundred dollars two hundred thirty thousand you say no two thousand three hundred the event which is still today worst less than like ten grand a year and he didn't even get it all at once again eight hundred right then and then he agreed to take fifteen hundred later and that was nineteen seventy six and in nineteen eighty apple in public and everybody involved became an instant millionaire and years later it hit the trillion dollar mark for valuation and all the while run Wayne got to watch this company grow and grow and grow and realize that he'd sold off ten percent of the stake in the company for twenty three hundred Bucks yeah apparently if he had held all those stocks he'd be worth close to a hundred billion dollars so he he takes issue with that he said he probably lost out on tens of millions yeah I mean I guess it depends on what like you can't you can't go back and do it all over again like any money says right I guess there's always the thing of like well yeah but he always maintains I would've gotten out after that before the big Cassian anyway probably so I don't like to look at it is that sort of a loss is what he told himself basically or else I would have gone totally insane a long time ago yeah but he did apparently he wrote a Facebook essay and said it I've probably that would have been around in nineteen eighty and gotten some pretty good change and and I think regrets it yeah he said had he known that it and who everybody is going to become a millionaire in four years he definitely would've hung in there but he just is hindsight's twenty twenty you know yeah and the cherry on top here is pretty interesting now yep he said he kept that contract that very first apple contract and that he drew up and he kept it any auction it off in the early nineties for how much five hundred Somalians five hundred dollars nine and what happened not bad it was just a piece of paper he had hanging around well sure somebody turned around an auction it off years later in two thousand eleven for almost one point six million Ron Wayne now that one's bad luck when we did that with his life all right he wrote essays on Facebook no I mean nobody did okay all right yeah I guess so I mean I'm Steve Jobs okay but I doubt if you like you know got it got a low wage hourly paying job I.

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Do You Need A Degree To Be a Successful Entrepreneur?

The $100 MBA Show

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Do You Need A Degree To Be a Successful Entrepreneur?

"I could begin today's episode by naming all the famous entrepreneurs. We all know that don't have a college degree. Whether. It's Mark Zuckerberg or Walt Disney or Michael. Dell or Steve Jobs or Steve Wozniak or Bill Gates or Ray KROC or I can keep going right. But. That doesn't prove that have a college. Degree is a waste of money, or the conjugate doesn't help you become an entrepreneur. I let's recognize the fact that everybody on that list I just named and more ones I didn't list are exceptional entrepreneurs, exceptional people whether they're very bright and talented, whether they have a lot of tenacity like Ray Kroc, or just are willing to work harder than everybody else I'm not interested in edge, cases or extraordinary people that are extraordinarily things. I am interested in addressing this question with the fact that what about everybody else everybody who may not be a genius or The special gifts of some of the people we've talked about. Can they make it as an entrepreneur without a college degree? Well, let's talk about what caused. Agree gives you so that we can boil it down to. Do you need those things to be successful there more college degree? We'll give you an education. They will teach you somethings who go to class and you'll learn now whether that. is of date or not is a different matter, but you will learn. You will gain those skills number two. It's going to put you in an environment where you're going to meet. Other people go to college whether it's online or offline, you are going to be networking with other people other likeminded people other people. WanNa be successful just like you, and often you know in the same field whether it's computer, science, or business, or whatever it is so one you're gonNA give formation number two. You're going to get exposed to people, and you'll be able to build a network and the third thing that call will give you is a piece of paper. They'll give you a certificate. They'll give you a diploma. Something that tells other people employers particularly that hate. This person knows stuff or knows this area of expertise whatever your degrees in, so it's almost like a permission, slip or sort of like a coupon like hey, this paper proves of this person. Know something in this area with a stern on a different matter, but that's how society views a degree, so those are the three things college will give you now. Can you achieve these three things outside of college with Al GonNa College Information Skills. Skills Yup, you can learn the outside college whether that is indifferent programs online learning courses online books, universities will have a monopoly on the information, right? You can get this information elsewhere network while there's a little bit different because you know you're not in a space like an actual campus, but hey, you still can go to conferences. You still can meet people online. You could be a a person that really values relationships in kind of. Of Fall some advice. We talked about in this in this podcast. How To make sure you build your network constantly? So this is doable. Assad College, and the third thing is the piece of paper now a totally different think society has agreed that this piece of paper will allow you to get you know opportunities whether it's jobs or an interview or whatever it is. This is the difference the piece of paper. So do you need a? A piece of paper. That's the question here, so college is beneficial. If you do need a piece of paper that permission slip, but if you plan to be an entrepreneur, if your soul is GonNa, be a business bill I want to be an entrepreneur. All my life I don't want to really pursue a career that requires me to have a degree. If that's you tried and true, then really GonNa College may not make the most financial. Financial Sense not going to say it's going to hurt you, but it's a lot of time often in your prime years and a lot of money being spent on something, you may not really need because you can achieve the things you want to achieve as an entrepreneur without it now if you are not sure if you like fifty fifty. Hey, I think I to be an entrepreneur, but maybe I want to work for a little while. While maybe I want to start a business and then after that I wanna go ahead and you know work somewhere at a corporation, a degree will help you get that job. This justice, the reality of the situation there are exceptions to the rules of course in different careers one of them is programming development engineering technology. Many engineers don't have college degrees, but they're so highly skilled, and so saw after that they can get a job. Job Easily and our certification programs outside of the university structure that you can take in that field that can qualify you to get jobs. A lot of people say hey, getting your degree is sort of like a backup plan. You can always get a job if things don't work out, but that really doesn't help you answer that question of. Do you need a college degree to Be Successful Entrepreneur? I don't think you need it I. I do believe you'll. The half caused. Degrees can be successful I. do believe that people that don't can be successful as well as a matter of how you WanNa spend your resources. Your time and your money I can't tell you for certain that thing that I learned in university. I don't use at all in my day to day life as an entrepreneur. I'm sure there are some things that I've picked up that I've used. But if I'm going to be completely honest. I don't think there's enough of that. I would say would require me to have gone to college to be. Successful, so you also have to define what success means. What does success mean to you as an entrepreneur? Is Success being able to pursue a hobby that you love and make a profit is success being able to replace current income in your current job with your business success, a a million dollar business is that a ten million dollar business? Is it a billion dollar business which a lot of? Of People think that's the only meaning of success. No, you need to define what success is for you as an entrepreneur and for most people I think it should be able to make a healthy living that allows you to be financially free doing something that you really feel passionate about that. You

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Google is working on its own debit card (again

This Week In Google

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Google is working on its own debit card (again

"In our never ending quest to find stories to talk about Because as you know times have changed and there's not a lot of news but there is some Google news. Google is according to the verge working on. Its own debit card. Now the weird thing is Google used to have a credit card. I remember getting. They stopped at two. Google this is. This is short-sighted from High Garden Berg. They're coming back although it wasn't a debit card and I guess the Apple Card which is Goldman Sachs Bank Which is Weird Phantom? I don't know I don't know you have to have a certain credit rating to get it. No well wasn't there a big kerfuffle around getting it women not getting a couple of Steve Wozniak and David Heiner Meyer Hansen who created ruby on rails. Two well-known D.C. Icons both said I got a much better credit limit. Then my wife who has my same finances because she's my wife but anyway apple says. Yeah well we talked about this. The ways of the credit score are varied in mysterious. That apple said okay. We'll fix that. Lisa got a better credit limit than I did on mine. So some prizes based on your personal credit I would guess yes exactly. Yeah and if you see under sixteen hundred dollars thermo mix exactly exactly. Google wants to Google branded smart debit card Actually the apple cart which I've had for a while works quite well. You get cash back. The Nice thing is tied to the watch which is kind of something I guess Google Google has android wear but does anybody where android wear but the idea of a close eventually. Maybe it does have me. Yeah so nowadays. Not Touching money or credit cards but Attack at the grocery store if you have to go to be Embraced so maybe that's maybe this is a Cova thing. I don't know Came into our meeting thing because data thing you're right so you can get a lot of information and like facebook even has deals with credit card companies to to say. Hey what are people buying? So I think Google's like oh I would love to know and about tying that back possibly advertisements you could actually say. Hey this since saw this ad. They already do that their they already do that. Yeah but the so they have google pages like apple pay and Samsung Pay But the normally those work by you attach your existing credit cards to it. So what's different about Apple's credit card is you can use that as your primary payment. Apples is actual charge card. It's a credit card. You rack up a bill. You pay it in the month. The Google supposedly. According to the verges a debit card. They're going to partner with city Stanford Federal Credit Union. It's visa but most debit cards are either visa or MasterCard But it but it will take it right out of your bank account as opposed to adding up the charges till the end of the month It will do virtual card numbers. That's one of the real selling points on the apple. Credit Card is that the merchant doesn't get any information about you They don't even get your credit card number they get a token and they don't get your address your real name or any of that stuff and of course merchants hate that. Google apparently wants to do the same thing. But you know who gets the information apple and Google in Google's case so it's not like they're giving up any information customers will be able to use the Google play APP to lock their card in the event of theft or loss according to the verge or lock the account entirely Google Zap reportedly and there is a picture of the APP so this leak is pretty well. Sourced will reportedly allow customers to easily track purchases using Google maps and its database of retailers. Would you get goal Debit Card or not?

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"wozniak" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To cover inflation again that was a forty five year period but here's the key to all the examples I've given you so far what it did is we looked at the market highs and then we looked at subsequent rates of return or we looked at market lows and looked at subsequent rates of return and no shock what you find out is if you buy stocks when you're near market highs you don't do very well and when you buy the park at Lowe's you tend to do very very well as we've discussed so many times on the show the difficulty now is the market is sitting at all time highs and even individual stocks many of them are there or pretty close so we also walk through the example of apple we're for a fourteen year period if you bought apple early on because you understood what a visionary Steve jobs and Wozniak all these guys were you said I can buy apple for a dollar in nineteen eighty three looking back on it would that have been a good investment and again given that apple today is at two hundred and sixty yeah that's a great investment the problem is is that you could have been an apple stock for twenty years from nineteen eighty three to two thousand and three and you made zero money okay in two thousand and three it was still with the equivalent of roughly a dollar a share and there were no dividends any of the rest of it so effectively you were dead money there for twenty years what's worse is between eighty three and ninety seven of fourteen year period apple lost over half its value between two thousand and two thousand and three they lost eighty percent of its value so again if you had a hundred thousand dollar an apple stock now you have twenty thousand dollars in apple stock and people say yeah but if I just hang on it comes back well sometimes.

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Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women

"Anyway to actually get going today this from the New York State Department of Financial Services. It's investigating whether the Apple Card back as you might know by Goldman Sachs discriminates emanates against women that after a weekend twitter tempest in which a tech entrepreneur complained that his wife was given a much lower credit limit than he was. Even though her credit score was better than his and they share assets another person who complained about the same thing this from the irony department. The CO founder of Apple. Steve Wozniak Jack Marketplace's Supreme Benesch. War has the nuts and bolts of how all of this stuff gets decided. How much money is your Credit Card GonNa let you borrow? The biggest factor here is going to be your credit report Joe. Gonzales is an analyst group Wallethub. That's obviously where the largest wealth of information on you as things like how how on time you are when paying your bill. How long the length of your credit history? How much do you owe? How much do you make? That's all the standard stuff. But then there's there's a whole other layer of information that can be used. How long does the bank or credit card to think you're gonNA stick with them? Are you brand loyal. Apple obviously has lots of information in about a lot of people. Jonathan Iraqi is a principal at millman quantitative consulting firm for the financial industry but the exact recipe. We don't know it's a secret secret sauce for every credit card issuer and it can change the fact that we have to guess what exactly is going on. That's part of the reason why the New York Department of Financial Services is investigating Linda. Eh lacewell is New York Superintendent Financial Services. This is what's known as a black box where there's no visibility into how these credit decisions are being made and when consumers are applying for financial services and products they're entitled as a matter of consumer protection to understand how these decisions are being made in a statement. Goldman says it basis credit limits on individual factors so two members of the same family might get very different numbers it also said it does not take gender into account when setting credit credit limits in New York. I'm sorry bencher for

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Is Apples credit all about the patriarchy?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Is Apples credit all about the patriarchy?

"Is it possible. A credit card favors men over women. I'm David Brancaccio. Just the other day I spoke here with a University of Pennsylvania computer scientists about biases in computer algorithms. Now there's Word New York. Regulators are looking into complaints about sexism and Apple's new credit card marketplace's Erica Paris's following this. Well it isn't so much. The card itself is sexist but the process of acquiring and spending on it may be over the weekend. Software Engineer tweeted out that even though his wife had a better credit score than he did. The apple cart allowed him a much larger credit line and when he posted that others came forward and said the same thing happened to them including Steve Wozniak a founder of apple who said his wife with whom he shares credit cards bank accounts and assets had the same experience. No this is really happening opening. You could blame a computer. Algorithm but of course algorithms are created by human programmers and apple branded this card. But I think it's made possible by Wall Wall Street powerhouse. Goldman Sachs right so apple as we know is a tech company. But it's been working diversifying. You see that with the launch of Apple. TV TV moving into media and also with this car that builds on apple pay moving into the financial sector This could become a regulatory issue especially since the New York Work State Department of Financial Services said they'd be investigating this algorithm asks for Goldman Sachs. A spokesperson told The New York Times at the company couldn't comment publicly glee on individual customers but said that their evaluation process isn't based on factors like gender race age or sexual orientation. Erica thank you

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"wozniak" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on KOMO

"Wozniak tweeting that compared to his wife I got ten times the credit limit we have no separate bank or credit card accounts the same thing allegedly happening to software developer David Haina Meyer Hanson he says he got twenty times more credit than his wife who he says actually has a higher credit score than he does Austin wife applied for the apple card and the husband ended up receiving duty Christy larger credit limits the tech giant launched the card this summer touting it as created by apple not a bank and promising transparency but now critics say the algorithm used by apple's partner Goldman Sachs is anything but transparent we simply were told this is just how it is and you just have to accept that Goldman Sachs responding in a statement writing as with any other individual credit card your application is evaluated independently we look at it individuals income an individual's credit worthiness adding we have not and will not make decisions based on factors like gender color time ten twenty seven from ABC news tech trends Instagram says it could hide the number of like supposed receives as soon as this week Instagram head Adam was very says removing lakes is part of an effort to offer a less pressurized environment on this platform but aerial part is senior editor and wired says not everyone likes the idea there's a group of people who make their livelihood off of Instagram the uses to demonstrate their value to salve to brands and so that's a group of people who maybe have a little bit more hesitant around this kind of a change Lauren polo the general manager at full screen which studies brands in influencers she says that like counts in Instagram are important but they're not the only way to measure influence online I get that it's challenging but there's so many different ways to access data you know you ultimately in front of marketing firms that are doing it with the well are you using a third party social analytics to look at the engagement right across the platform with tech trends I'm Dave Packer ABC news if you're planning to be crazy if you packed your bags.

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SWORD Places $7.1 Million Order for Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses

Mac OS Ken

02:20 min | 3 years ago

SWORD Places $7.1 Million Order for Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses

"State regulator later is looking into the way Goldman Sachs sets credit limits for Apple Card this after a few high profile incidents that seem to indicate discrimination according waiting to report from Bloomberg a string of posts from ruby on rails. Creator David Haina Meyer Hands and late last week called out applecart forgiving him twenty times times the credit limit that his wife got the issue cut a number of I is including those of Apple. Co Founder Steve. Wozniak was posted on twitter. The same thing happened to us. I got ten times the credit limit. We have no separate bank or credit card accounts or any separate assets hard to get to a human for correction. Yeah no it's big tack in Twenty Nineteen. How did this happen well? Hard to say exactly since we don't know exactly how such decisions are made. Decisions are being made not by people but by algorithms and you think math right mouth would seem to be totally impartial yet. The Bloomberg P. says in June the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee heard about examples of Algorithms decision making where researchers have found instances of bias targeting specific groups even when there was no intent to discriminate. Henson gets that lack of intent. uh-huh still sees the need for something to be done Goldman and apple or delegating credit assessment to a black box said Hanson. He went on to say. It's not a gender a discrimination intent but it is a gender discrimination outcome enter the Empire State Linda. Lacewell the Superintendent Brendan of the New York. Department of Financial Services quoted by Bloomberg is saying the department will be conducting the investigation to determine whether New York law was violated and and ensure all consumers are treated equally regardless of sex any algorithm that intentionally or not resulting discriminatory treatment of women or any other protected class of people violates New York Law for its part Goldman Sachs says it's credited decisions are based on a customer's credit worthiness and not on factors like gender race age sexual orientation or any other basis prohibited by law

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Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

WBZ Morning News

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

"Kendall well the new apple credit card and Goldman Sachs which runs it argues of discriminating against women using algorithms that give women far lower credit limits than men even apple co founder Steven Wozniak says his apple credit card limit is ten times that of

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"wozniak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"wozniak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the world of business we say good morning to Joe Doniger live at the Bloomberg news desk charity biasing credit card algorithms that question is coming up now after a Wall Street regulator has opened an investigation into Goldman Sachs credit card practices that involve the apple cart the tech entrepreneur had tweeted after the apple cart gave him twenty times the credit limit given his wife the tweets went viral then apple co founder Steve Wozniak tweeted the same thing happened to him and his wife he says he got ten times the credit limit but he says the couple does not have separate bank credit card accounts or assets the CEO of another top Wall Street firm agrees income inequality is a huge problem Jamie Dimon telling sixty minutes the rich have been getting richer too much in too many ways he says but he isn't taking issue with one of those ways pay rates for top CEOs like himself says the board said his compensation and he has nothing to do with it on Wall Street investors are watching China for trade news the violence in Hong Kong as well as in P. futures down eleven nasdaq futures thirty seven Dow futures falling a hundred twelve points why would the Bloomberg business report on Joan Doniger on newsradio twelve hundred W. away on thank you Joan breaking news on the hour at the hop in anytime at W. away I dot com brought to you by comfort air engineering now traffic and weather together from the exterior siding windows doors and more traffic center still pretty good news on the roadways no accidents reported no overnight construction as well on I. ten east and westbound between sixteen oh four and the Y. downtown traffic going at the posted speed for ten east and westbound between one fifty one and thirty five is going to be delay free as well see a traffic problem.

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Even Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Big Tech has gotten too big

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Even Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Big Tech has gotten too big

"Apple co founder Steve Wozniak says big tech is too big and even apple should have split up a long time ago he spoke to Bloomberg television about the antitrust scrutiny the major tech players are coming under lately I'm pretty much in favor of looking into splitting up companies I mean I wish apple on its own had split up a long time ago and spun off independent divisions to faraway places somewhat them think independently I think that big tech is gone too big it's too powerful force in our life and it's taken our choices away mostly I suggested big tech can turn into a big trap competition forces a company make good products and be the best at it and not just say we've got you trapped the apple co founder was a guest on Bloomberg

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: Get off Facebook

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: Get off Facebook

"Sure apple co founder Steve Wozniak says you should get off Facebook because he says there is almost zero way to stop companies from spying on your habits the apple co founder made the comments to TMZ he said most people today I think that they have a level of privacy that day actually really don't and he said these companies are really gives using your information in ways that could be violating your privacy something you should be

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First Apple Computer Heads to Auction

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

First Apple Computer Heads to Auction

"A rare apple one computer made by Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak in nineteen seventy six could bring up in up to six hundred thirty thousand dollars at Christie's online auction later this month that computer still in working condition is accompanied by a group of apple related artifacts, including the first manual ever issued. What began in nineteen seventy six as an attempt by jobs and Wozniak to build a microprocessor became the first PC. They originally built two hundred apple when computers eighty

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This is what truly creative people have in common

The Frankie Boyer Show

05:14 min | 3 years ago

This is what truly creative people have in common

"I'm always fascinated by creative souls. You know, I I think that there's something very special about creative people. And I guess Allen Canada's too because he's the founder and CEO of track. Maven a software analytics firm whose clients have included Microsoft Mary at Saks Fifth Avenue. Home depot. Aetna, Honda and on and on. He's also been on the thirty under thirty list for both Incan Forbes and his new book is out. It's called the creative curve and Allen had the opportunity to look at some of the most creative people that we know in our in our culture right now to find out what makes them tick. And it includes interviews with so many in Alan, welcome. Congratulations on this book. Thanks for having me. So how many people did you interview for this book? So here you twenty five people and everyone from Patrick and Paul songwriting duo behind. Do you have an ad LaLa land and the greatest showman. Two Michelin star chefs billionaire sort of everything you could imagine in between. Wow. What was there a thread that every single one of them had? And by the way, don't forget the flavor team at Ben and Jerry's. Who are all surprisingly skinny that's kind of shocking. Joe one of the thread thought was so interesting was that we think of creativity in this way where it's almost inaccessible. But the things that these people do to be extraordinary is really the ordinary people who do something extra book. It's all about that extra. What is it that they do there's a couple of keeping found one of them? But it's all over and over again, creative are also some of the biggest consumers of their field. You know, we think about consumption is almost. Creativity right consumers consume craters create. But actually, he's really great creative. One of the things they do go very deep in their vertical consume everything. Oh, I lost. You did. We lose him. Just my feet. He's not talking though. Right allen. Are you there? We have to get him back. Hopefully, we can get Alan back. He was saying consumption. So he explores how the science behind the why consumption of information can provide your own flashes of genius. And then imitation. This is an interesting one. I wish you were with us to talk a little bit about this. But imitation creatives have to find a way to add just the perfect amount of novelty to do this. They engage in something that may seem surprising surprising invitation. He said they also have creative communities and Alan shows. How building a community? Oh, alan. I'm just reading some of the different initiatives that the threads of imitation creative communities. Yeah. To what are the things? That's so interesting is that. Yeah. You think of creative of these solo geniuses, but actually the best creatives work within community, Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak had multiple employees from day one. And so we have that they'd be as creative as doing it all them cells dangerous because the best creative self aware about their weaknesses, and they go, and they find other people who can support the better. So alan. You you say in this in this new book of yours sat. These are. So there's a sense of community. There's an opportunity to see what's been successful for mothers by imitation. Their ferocious can can they are ferocious with your consumption. What's the what's the last piece that you? That. They don't understand that. They're not. They're not going to a writer's cabin and writing the book. You hear stories like that? But the vast majority of creatives go through this laborious process, if it's a book of its rewriting the song, it's constantly refining and refining chefs who were on menu stand up comedian to work out their jokes for months and months. So we have this idea is creativity at very linear better reality, create anything. But in the best creativity comes from that refinement, and from that editing getting it to beat at right idea at the right time for the audience by getting in front of people getting that feedback not creating within evacuate.

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Ohio State's Ryan Day adjusting to head coaching role

Woody and Company

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Ohio State's Ryan Day adjusting to head coaching role

"After weeks of new surrounding the Ohio. State football program not related to football the buckeyes, are finally preparing for a game this week co offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan days taking over his head coach urban Meyer stead day says the team has talked about the. Situation surrounding. The program I understand, there's been a lot of. Pain, and stress for a lot of people surrounding the last few weeks and our program, has been working hard our coaches and team have been working hard during that time. To get ready. For the season to. Prepare for the season Myers been, suspended for three games for his alleged knowledge of a domestic violence incident from. Twenty fifteen involving a, former assistant coach Ohio State hosts Oregon state's open their, twenty eighteen college, football season this

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Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

America's Morning News

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

"US agricultural officials say Colorado-based Cargill meat solutions is recalling more than twenty five thousand pounds. Of ground beef that might be contaminated with e. coli the recall notice says. The meat was shipped to warehouses in. California and Colorado it's labeled XL 93.7 fine ground beef it. Was, produced August sixteen with an expiration date of September fifth there have. Been no reports of illness due to eating,

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ABC, Dave Schreiber and Apple discussed on Lutheran Hour

Lutheran Hour

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

ABC, Dave Schreiber and Apple discussed on Lutheran Hour

"Detained Colorado based Cargill meat solutions is recalling ground beef that it says could be contaminated with. E. coli the recall covers meat labeled XFL 93.7 fond grind, ground beef whether September fifth, expiration date the company says grocery chains affected by the recall include Safeway albertsons pack and save. In Vons the stores are located in, northern, California, Colorado Nebraska, northern Nevada, New Mexico South Dakota. And Wyoming no illnesses have. Been

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Apple, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs discussed on Mighty House Echo Show

Mighty House Echo Show

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Apple, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs discussed on Mighty House Echo Show

"Month. The apple one computer is one of only sixty or so remaining of the original two hundred that were designed and built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in one. Thousand nine. Hundred seventy six and nineteen seventy seven it was restored by. An apple expert and, even includes the original keyboard it'll be sold next. Month by Boston based our auction the computer is expected to fetch as. Much as three hundred thousand dollars or more the original apple one sold for about six hundred sixty six dollars apple is now a trillion. Dollar company I'm Carey

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Israel's Netanyahu defends use of deadly force in Gaza

Living Pain Free

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Israel's Netanyahu defends use of deadly force in Gaza

"States you to threat to cancel the trump kim summit not an actual cancellation but the joint us south korean exercise called max thunder is prompting the north to say it might back out of what would be an historic meeting plan for singapore state department spokeswoman heather nauert we have no information on that whatsoever what we have to go on is what can john had said before that he understands and appreciates the importance to the united states of having these joint exercises the republic of korea has as well between june twelfth when president trump and kim jong moon are supposed to meet face to face there may be other threats us officials have been dangling american agriculture products as possible trade bob costantini washington in a un security council emergency meeting today at lasted over two and a half hours members pointing fingers of blame for the violence between israeli forces and palestinians in gaza us ambassador nikki haley said the us embassy in jerusalem was no justification for violence the un's mideast peace special coordinator said israel has a responsibility to use deadly force only as a last resort it must protect its borders that it must do so proportionally at the same time nikolai mladenov said hamas must not use the cover of civilians to place bombs on the border fence is operatives slot hileman the demonstrators and risk the lives of civilians the palestinian un representatives speaking through an interpreter placed all blame on israeli we have called israel to be held responsible for his actions israel's ambassador said they were faced with armed terrorists using the cover of civilians to try to breach the border ask yourself what would you do steve kastenbaum new york for firefighters to others taken to the hospital this afternoon they off all suffered from carbon monoxide it was an canton township home officials say firefighters went into the house on mornington road they were wearing proper gear but they were still overcome and two others were as well six people rescued from that home he was supposed to be the taylor but police say he was the toucher instead a fifty seven year old dearborn man charged in seven cases with inappropriately touching men the wozniak's charged with criminal sexual conduct fourth degree the.

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