24 Burst results for "ZUN"

Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

Bloomberg Best

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

"Now the race for a vaccine was part of a discussion that I moderated from our recent Bloomberg New economy form a panel. It really looked at how the world can ensure that we never ever have another catastrophe like Covad 19. That panel was with Stefan Bonsall, chief executive officer at Madonna. Regina Dugan CEO it welcome Leap, and Dr Wu Zun Yo, chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We began by hearing from a Dernis CEO. On their vaccine. We announce that the first experiment disease or face pre study To study your 50,000 participants. So the most 95% because see, but the piece of experience more excited is the fact that off 11 equal with severe disease. They were all of those people were no on the vaccine. And so if you think about it, what does that mean? I mean that once we get the final data, we should be able to see this is confident that if you get over thing 95% chance of you know this news. And if you get is easy with my symptoms. We need not have cereal this season that we know that that's what he's been a big impact in terms off hospitalization for patient with the worst. I seen you professionally in the world's there. It will be impacted has had, but only in human life, of course, but on the mental health on the economy. We think this could be a game changer. And so what we're doing now is the thing the final data or locked up. Submitting these regret origins is there on the world. And hopefully I will be getting the vaccine approving the emergency use before the end of the year. We're making us much Philip this week, and then we said we'd have before me in a very expensive meat, and those is Ready to ship as soon as we have rigged artery

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Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

The Opening Bell

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

"Day day two two of of the the new new school school year year in in Chicago Chicago with with remote remote learning learning for for public public school school students students WG WG as as grand grand marshal marshal reports reports from from CPS CPS headquarters headquarters this morning on how Dae won went. We spoke to one educator. He said that Teaching this you is like becoming a first year teacher all over again, and that's what's happening with the learning on top of trying to do this with 350,000 students, but one thing that was important for the school year with technology since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. They also offer free high speed Internet for families that qualified Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with Dylan with Internet problem. Ana Zun call yesterday the Chicago Teachers Union talked about how lack of supplies could affect the school year. The superintendent of CPS Says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access are encouraged to teach from their classrooms. Some teachers say that is not an option because of health concerns.

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When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

Coronacast

02:08 min | 4 months ago

When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

"Still seeing a lot of cases coming through in Victoria they were more than seven hundred yesterday. Can you give us some hope when are we going to start seeing stage four restrictions shift the natal where let's make? An out there prediction on corona cast. So this is Thursday. Let's say the. Movement of people were sharply reduced just today from the sound of it. It was fewer cars on the road. Five days Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday I. Reason I say five days from. Its average from of the incubation period to get symptoms as five days to add a day testing then. Well thereabouts I would say Monday, I would say, Monday you would start to see pretty dramatic reductions in the number of cases of starting to work what about the numbers of deaths that's going to lag because deaths occur late in this disease first week of your illness even if you're quite unwell is not too bad and put you fall off the cliff in the second week if you're going to fall off the cliff so we're going to see a lag in the deaths. That's why you're seeing fifteen deaths yesterday because that reflects the. Large. Numbers a week or so ago and we're going to see deaths lagging. So if we'RE RIGHT ON CORNER CAST and Monday you're starting to see a significant drop. You will see deaths continuing for a few days after that at reasonable numbers and then probably seven or eight days after the numbers of cases of declined, you'll see the deaths declining to. So your prediction is that we're going to see the daily cases dropping around Monday also, what if we died what? Then you just have to hold your water because assuming that people are Being the rules people are the streets there's minimal movement then it will work just wrong. It'll just take a little bit longer, but it could be that the rules aren't strict enough. They're going to have to tighten opportunity Zun standards. But it should. It should turn the needle I'm really hopeful. It's pretty it's pretty restrictive what they've got going in. Melbourne

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Why Microsoft wants TikTok

CNBC's Fast Money

08:32 min | 4 months ago

Why Microsoft wants TikTok

"We start off with the deal that has got wall. Street. Washington, and the World Talking Microsoft dying and acquisition of Tiktok in this comes after president trump threatened to ban the video sharing APP here in the US over security concerns the president then made an about face and gave Microsoft the go ahead to proceed with the deal shares of Microsoft rallying today. Let's get to Josh. Lipton with the very latest Josh. So Melissa President trump also weighing in here. Take a listen to what he had to say today. Would have closed down on September fifteenth unless Microsoft or somebody else's able to buy it and work out a deal inappropriate deal. So the Treasury of the. Really, the Treasury I guess you say of the United, states, gets a lot of money. So, why is Microsoft interested in Tiktok? Well, it's a wildly popular APP with one hundred, million users already here in the US engagement trends are strong and stuff that users already spent over an hour a day on the APP Tales. Patrick at emphasizes too broad reasons why he says this could make strategic sense argues Microsoft is relatively weak in consumer services with the exception of xbox live gaming service. So Co a delicate immediately become a much bigger player in consumer technology second this is a potential moneymaker in delicate monetize that big pool of fans to advertising business that the company well understands but they are. Real risks to Microsoft's history and consumer focused acquisitions is mixed from Nokia's handset business to mixture. It's live streaming service. There's also the question of focus here and Adela has concentrated on the enterprise market analysts say that has served his company very well and kept him out of that Regulatory Spotlight Melissa back to you Josh. Thank you. Josh with the latest on Microsoft tiktok cloud plowed his business that got Microsoft to where it is today. Guy Me. So if you Microsoft goes down this road of buying this business while it seems like it's the hottest property around in social media does that do Microsoft shareholders? Well? Probably Yeah I mean the market today told you absolutely yes and a lot of people say it style drift and could lead them down a bad road but you know what are we talking about in terms of price tag your I haven't seen anywhere from forty to fifty billion dollars. You probably know better than I and it's it's it's basically rounding. For Microsoft Number One and number two, the move into stock more than paid for the deal. So it's hard not to like. This Mike Real question is clearly I missed that day in college when the US Treasury gets investment banking fees on deals that are done between two companies I don't know how I missed it, but clearly, I did what? What? Exactly? How does the US Treasury come into this equation? I guess it's somewhat of rhetorical question but you know this whole thing is fascinating to me on a number of levels. But the answer, your original question I don't think it's negative Microsoft and the market today told you it's positive. I mean the order to divest is one interesting aspect of this whole affair. Then there's I mean when I read it, I immediately thought like brokers fee Harkening to Donald Trump's real estate days I don't know if he thinks he gets twenty per treasury excuse me gets twenty percent or what exactly the Treasury is GonNa get out of this whole thing Karen on one can only imagine. I have no idea. Maybe one has got. To be in this situation. It really is crazy I don't love the precedent at all. I feel like we're just sort of taunting. China to. have some sort of reciprocal response that I would imagine. We really won't like very much. So I I'm. Kind of perplexed by the whole thing and I mean I don't know what the right Fi is a. The whole thing is. That part is so crazy he did. Trump say either to Microsoft or someone else I don't know I mean. Microsoft can compete with anyone in terms of price. I don't know if there is a possibility of someone else, but I get also Microsoft which sort of want to give it a try why not money is free to them practically, I mean they have cash but if they wanted to do with dad, it's practically free to them. So I know the woman Tiktok doesn't make money, but I still think it's interesting for them to do and clearly guy pointed out the stock market or the Microsoft holders. It. bakes. Well there's two things here on the big kind of geopolitical. If you don't think that the global economy is fracturing at least into pieces than you're not paying attention because that's what the deal the precedents of this deal is number two on the Microsoft Front. I personally. Don't understand why Microsoft would want this the only thing that makes sense if they can get it at a discount because bike dances forced to divest it but I'm not sure I mean again Josh. They don't have a great history on the consumer side. I mean I'm sure guy still remembers the Zun I still have one of those that was an abject failure. Don't know what this does for them. I do it. You know you you lose focus. So for me I don't really like it but you know what? I'm not the stock market and the stock market like ten. This is exactly Brian San Love Brandon Guy. This is exactly why Microsoft wants it because they're not here because because everyone else first of all, that could be a buyer of this is is in Washington under the scrutiny of the government in terms of their social platforms or too big. This totally makes sense I mean think about the business that they just told you about in gaming an xbox and even azure and the fact that ninety percent of the market. Cap Probably is enterprise. That's the whole point. That's why you'd be going after this year to me. This is this makes a ton of sense because they're probably the only guys can step in and buy it at least with this type of ability to navigate both Washington navigate the financials and yes, they are getting it at a beaten down valuation. If you're getting this anywhere from I, don't know seven eight to ten times. Where these guys are in terms of revenue, that's Eba dos gives me e extraordinary and I think it's actually been proven to be. We've talked about on this show why facebook is running scared of TIKTOK. So why wouldn't Microsoft running towards talk? It makes a lot of sense I like it. All right. Let's get more on what this deal could mean for. Microsoft let's bring in is jared Weiss fell jared great to speak with you. You also think this deal makes a whole lot of sense. In terms of the synergies across the consumer business think this deal could enhance for Microsoft. I think at the end of the day, the biggest takeaway should be from Microsoft perspective when you have the ability to go ahead and integrate a lot of the capabilities that tic TAC. TIKTOK has you think about the technology stack that TIKTOK has and it's incredibly sophisticated. So you can then leverage that and marry that with some of the internal capabilities that Microsoft already has on Azure with the second largest cloud service provider the on the planet I think the the capabilities are dramatic. Tiktok knows what you. Want before you even know that. So when you the leverage that with the capabilities of absorb, I think it makes a lot of sense and then to the earlier point that was brought up I think that's actually key. If you then have the ability to leverage that and bring it into gaming, bring that into Cortina the digital search engine, bring that into being I think the the possibilities are significant. So it it certainly makes a lot of sense obviously, the stock market rewarded Microsoft today and you've added more than. The top valuation in Microsoft's Market Kaplan. Is. There a risk though that that tiktok is the next snap in that snap has run into user growth issues and monetization issues or is finding a home in Microsoft good to going to sorta bypass that possibility is outcome. It's a fair point, but you almost have a free call option if you're searching. You have the ability to go ahead and acquire the asset potentially on the cheap, and if you think about it, you've got one party Microsoft, which is potentially the only party that's available to acquire something of this size with with with regulatory concerns, and if you've got tiktok on the other side there, obviously desperate from a seller perspective. So valuation short plays part of it, and then strategically if you think about the ability to go ahead and integrate. Integrate technology into the Microsoft Stack statues getting a free look at not only can potentially accelerate growth drivers of his existing business. He then has a free call option on expanding the total addressable market to go ahead and think about competition versus facebook getting snap. It's ever

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Microsoft and TikTok talks continue after Trump call

What A Day

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Microsoft and TikTok talks continue after Trump call

"Getting more clarity from trump Microsoft said will be continuing talks to buy TIKTOK. This is without a doubt our only shot at getting top working on Zun folks over the weekend trump already tactic for many angry dads and threatened to take away the country's tiktok privileges for ever this led to chaos among teens, and they're also caused some confusion for Microsoft. And By dance a company that owns Tiktok who had been working towards sale according to the Wall Street. Journal someone involved in the talks that they were doing what the White House wanted, which included making the APP quote American, owned The trump administration previously expressed concerns that the APP could pass on data and collects from Americans who the Chinese government though Tiktok has refuted those claims personally I only want my data to be mined by my fellow patriots in these united. Microsoft and by dance are currently set to continue their negotiations worry free.

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"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

10:03 min | 7 months ago

"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

"On them that allow them to connect to other nodes on that network and they also share some portion of their own capabilities with the other nodes on the network. That might be storage so you might have computers on the network storing files on behalf of other computers on the network or it might be processing power or bandwidth that kind of thing. So why does zoom make use of P two P networks in some cases the local P. Two P. structure might work just as well to facilitate an online meeting as a zoom server proxy so in those cases the computers that connect the meeting makeup this network and they share some resources and zooms cloud servers? Don't do very much. Outside of initiating the meeting keeping track of who is in there and some other low demand basic tasks and the mainstreaming tasks are off loaded onto these zoom users computers but in other cases the zoom server figures out that. P2p network really isn't a viable option. And so it will shift all those online meeting functions to a more conventional cloud server based approach to determine which way it's going to go. Zun goes through a very technical process but I can simplify it a little bit and it does become important later on the host of the meeting launches the and starts the meeting with an it or within the web client or whatever but the host chooses to start a meeting that sends a message zooms servers over TCP or transmission control protocol. This is why the Basic Internet Standard Communication Protocols Protocols essentially a set of rules or instructions the zoom server notifies the invitees to the meeting also through TCP and that manifest itself to users as a message that says. Hey you're meeting starting you need to join it then. It allows those users to join the meeting. The server then does a p two P check among the host and all the invitees of this meeting and it evaluates the peered connections between these different computers if that evaluation passes a threshold of acceptable performance than the server says all right. You guys are good to go. I'm going to hand over the streaming duties to this peer to peer network. And I'll just keep an eye on what's going on but if it doesn't meet that threshold then the zoom server steps in and says all right we're GONNA have a zoom proxy servers. Step in and handle all those duties because the peer to peer network wouldn't be able to do it otherwise and the streaming essent over a different protocol not TCP instead it's a protocol user data protocol or you DP and now we need to talk about packets because this is also important so the nature of the Internet means the machines are popping on and off the Internet. All the time right. So if you think about the Internet as being this interconnected web of Servers that allow information to pass from Point A to point B. Some of those servers are coming online. Some of them servers are going off line which means you cannot predict which pathway is going to be reliable bright so that makes communication really tricky. It means that sometimes a pathway that existed at the beginning of a transfer may go off line in the middle of a transfer. So you need a backup plan if something goes wrong. And the protocols and packets are meant to deal with this they. Are The style of backup plan. So packets are bundles of data. Rather than sending a file through the Internet entirely whole computers will divide vials of into more manageable packets or bundles. And this is easy to understand if you think about what could happen if you were to try and send a file. And it's a huge file. Let's say it's like a two hour high resolution video file while you're trying to send this from one machine to another now. Imagine that some server along that pathway goes off line in the middle of that transfer. Maybe you're halfway through sending this file and that server goes off line you be back at square one because now you have a useless file you only got half of it to its destination and it's even possible you wouldn't even know that something wrong had happened and that the file didn't go through and that'd be even worse than being at square one so instead what computers do is they. Divide those big files into packets and those packets have information in them about what file they belong to where they're supposed to go how they fit in with all the packets kind of like a puzzle and they all go across the Internet and they don't necessarily all take the same pathway from Point A. To point they may take very different pathways in order to get to point B information that sent over. Tcp means that that that protocol that set of rules requires stuff like error correction and it accounts for all packets in order to process via on the other end. So it's a little slower. A little more painstaking A little more concerned with precision and accuracy. It's really all about being confident that your file is getting to where it needs to go now some day. I'm going to have to go through all the various Internet protocols and explain what each one does but the important thing though in this case is that while. Tcp is a reliable means of delivering information over the Internet. Udp is faster and this is because UDP does away with some of those pesky error checking processes and it doesn't worry about dropped data packets in fact according to Zoom. You could drop as much as forty percent of the data packets and you would still get video and audio quality that would be decent so udp gets stuff done fast even if not everything goes as planned. If A it's a little on the sloppy side you could say but stuff like streaming video streaming audio and streaming applications like gaming typically rely pretty heavily on UDP because of that speed now. Some of you might be wondering why even bother talking about this and the answer is because all of this is going to come back to play a part when I talk about zoom and Security and privacy issues later on there. There's what we call foreshadow and now computer services in general not just zoom also have to work with end devices to get permission to use certain peripherals namely stuff like web cams and microphones because zoom is a service that aims to be available on pretty much any platform. It means that the developers had to account for the various permissions the service would need to accommodate defining permissions is something that typically falls to the companies that create operating systems there are android permissions windows permissions IOS permissions etcetera and understanding. What this means requires us to take a little step back and consider the dreaded layers of computing. You can think of layers as a way to envision the various operational components required for a computer to work. It's pretty clear that when you strip everything away when you take everything away from the computer that is running on top of stuff at its core. Computers are running on electricite that passes through circuits. This is a layer hardware and we can think of it as being concrete in the sense that it has a form and the form doesn't change at least not without you adding in or swapping out components. The hardware is like the concrete slab for a building. It's the layer on top of which everything else has to exist now. In the olden days of programming like the earliest computers computer programmers would actually have to change the hardware. Lay Out of a machine every time they wanted to run a different operation. And I'm talking about physically unplugging cables from one part of the machine plugging them into another part where tongling switches that kind of thing in modern terms. This'll be like requiring you to open up your computer or your smartphone and physically changed the circuitry every time you needed it to run a different operation and keep in mind. I'm saying an operation not a process. I mean some processes like a like a program might consist of multiple operations. Fortunately in the years since those early computers some very smart people were able to develop additional layers to interface directly with the hardware that was at the foundation but also allow programmers to run applications higher up a level of abstraction so these middle layers can send commands lower down so that the hardware can run the programs and and provide the assets that are needed and the layers on top the application layers. Let you do the stuff that you actually want to do with your computer? Permissions are part of this picture. Permissions are part of operating systems developers build applications for various operating systems and they communicate with the os through what's called an application programming interface or API the API sets the rules for developers the API defines how applications can call for the assets. They need in order to run kind of like the rules of how to requisition computer processing power and stuff and includes things not just like processing power but also access to computer memory to storage and how the program can tap into stuff like peripherals. Including webcams microphones. Typically modern operating systems include a requirement in. Api's that will send an alert to an end user whenever an APP wants to at least for the first time. Make use of stuff like microphones and cameras. This has meant to help. Protect Security and privacy. Clearly you wouldn't want some random program to be able to activate your computer or smartphone camera without your permission..

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"zun" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"They're getting rid the lifestyle. Oh thank for this. These are just static APP icons of people now. It looks like as a centralized laundry hit a little button. It pops up in the middle of the screen. You pick your APPs as very clean. It's it's very minimalist looking at uses a lot of what we've already seen with the fluent design systems a lot of work acrylic. A lot of like sort of see through elementary looks very fresh modern. It will be always updated. You don't need to right now with windows update. You know you get the update. You can fixation. You've got to restart the PC it installs that doesn't really happen on on. Iowa and android writes a lot faster of an update well. That's how this is going to operate too so this is them bringing the best of windows but to a modern system without all the legacies 'cause the problem with windows you know as it isn't desktop is anytime they tried to get rid of something yeah there as well looks like anytime they get rid. It is something people kind of freak out like people still are windows seven and so this gives them an opportunity to really start fresh with allows them up to jump onto modern computing systems with a new look at sort of brings the best of window so from what we understand it can run win thirty two do but it's primarily for universal windows platform as well as their new technologies that they've been doing around near like windfarms and everything it can run win thirty two but sui part of that containerized systems at the building like around Lenox and so you built two run win thirty two as a fallback but it's not meant to be a primarily because when thirty two Belgians basically debt right. It's it's totally thirty. Two were dead. I mean I think that's where all the security flaws lie. That's all the issues why Oy you telling me windows. Light is going to get rid of patch Tuesday. Yeah I mean it worry. It'll just be these updates just coming through right that every day yeah but but it's not GonNa be this legacy code of the need to maintain and it's going to be lighter. It'll be faster and allows them to create an operating system built for these new ideas of hardware which is a dual screen device because like yeah you could run windows ten on dual screens. Some of US have three screens right but for a small foldable device you can do cooler stuff including you know focus and moving things around with the pen and so this is going to be where the magic happens where they've really trying to focus on user experience. Syrian built around this so this is going to be I think super exciting and you're right. This is sort of a new Microsoft them not trying to catch up to the market. which is the issue with phone own? The Zun Zun was total response to the IPOD. This is them trying to get ahead of the market. You know get ahead of the curve and we already see this is where it's going. smartphone sales plateaued two years ago and now they're actually dipping I believe. IDC just put out how this quarter they're expecting when the sharpest drop a smartphone sales and so that market has matured right now so now the question is all right tech what comes next is it smart watches and so you're seeing these companies push five G. and folded walls and dual screens and it's going to be Microsoft's. Take on it without necessary going out their phone market. That's a hard thing to do. I mean Microsoft foisted tablet computing on on us with Windows Eight and eight one much to their chagrin. It's hard to predict where the world is going with technology. I think often it's it's such a paradigm shift or discontinuity from what has gone before that. I I don't know I really don't expect any big company to be able to figure that out. It's it's going to come somewhere unexpected expected and yet I gotta say this is a this is a really revitalized. Microsoft with a whole host of interesting new product and it doesn't feel to spaghetti it. Doesn't it feels fairly coherent. Yeah everything that makes sense and they're kind of trying to tackle every category. It's the biggest problem they have is windows. Honestly I think windows is lighter is an interesting attempt to it sounds to me like strip it down the basics. Make it more robust. get rid if some of the excess stuff that was causing problems really the hardest thing for Microsoft his legacy. Did you sat. We talked about it on windows weekly. The video that the former Microsoft program are posted on Youtube in which he said this about the bugs. Yeah yeah this is. He's four hundred please. This is the problem he he says with Microsoft is they fired all testers. That's true. We know that and they're relying on telemetry. They're relying on automated systems and the windows insider program to find find bugs to fix bugs to figure out what to do next and that's I think he makes a strong point. I think Paula great clearly a failure. You Agree Daniel. I I wonder cold. A failure. I will say definitely has a lot of room for improvement that said the industry's going that route. We're just talking about this with this week. internally we have a bunch thus use iphones. I got the new iphone eleven. Also I mean there now. Thirteen point one point one exactly so are so many bugs in Iowa's thirteen thirteen the test yeah yeah and so I haven't experienced those but I I read those headlines to right and so they're doing this open. Beta stock stop and yet. It seems like you have more bugs than ever so the problem is the industry is going down this route. It isn't a sense my actual to their credit. Okay what people wanted. which was this kept leaking out early? Versions of windows would leak out and then they would get feedback on that one those leakers but they're in a weird position because it was an unofficial official version so all they did was like Oh. You guys really want to Beta test this stuff. Oh this is more a concession to that than it wasn't attempt to find out. It's sure I mean you. You think about Microsoft doesn't get up on stage and goes for next year. This is what we're doing a windows ten because it's hurry pin announcing taking I have to you say off. It feels like stuff that the insiders reported that were known bugs still make it into the shipping version. This has happened with nine thousand three hundred eighteen so doesn't feel like the insiders programs actually a good feedback loop for Microsoft feels like it or the they're not getting useful signals. I think this is where they need to do and they are always tuning the system. I mean it's a I. It's weird because it's the first time this is being done at the scale and it's kind of a crazy system so I do believe that. Maybe they're gag too much information that just yeah and how do you measure that. How do you prioritize you have totally and Beta testers. Most of them have no idea what being testing means. We're not going to get valuable signals back from them. You know about any bugs but they're still missing some massive flaws. I mean I well on the other hands. The argument goes that windows ten is the most secure version of windows at every time for my I think coming from. It departments who don't do the events insider stop and yard version behinds they do get a lot more power flexibility on this stuff and from what I've talked to some it it departments that they actually enjoy what this is but I think we can all agree. They can definitely improved there. I don't think it's going to go away. maybe they'll find but again as windows ten. It's going to be around for years. I'm not saying they're going to get rid of it. Obviously they'd legacy version. They say it's it. This is it but you start to see them. Push with windows quarter. West new four acting devices lists how they're going to bat so yeah. I mean that that is going to be the future for you. I mean because as you look chromebooks we all laughed at chromebooks myself yeah and now chromebooks our own little serious right and education especially so they did windows ten S. which was that was a band aid? That wasn't their solution to chrome. Os that was like we gotta get back into this market what lockdown when those ten Hannah bit more for schools in it departments but windows core west will eventually replace that and if you think about where chrome Os has done well windows windows core. West is bill exactly for those kind of market tunes consumers. Go more towards these devices make sense because then you don't need everything's GonNa be up in cloud advent you we will have cloud operating systems right and five. G. Will play a role miss but we're still years from now from net happening. That's depressing airline. If I want into the motherboard offices. I'm going to see how many windows computers on the tasks. They're fifty. All I was GONNA say zero really really. I think no way no there's I mean thank me. I I just use my laptop. Yeah let's see and you're using a Mac else. GUARANTEE APP on a Mac prison next to me has one. Let's see now. I said the only person people use windows of the secretaries as in the offices of the business sweet. I don't know if that's a fair thing to say but it's it's it is a business he. It feels like here the people use windows or for the most part in the business off yes and I would. I you know so motherboard suppressed. I'll be honest. I haven't paid that close attention importers mostly use as Max. If you go even okay you watch on Wednesday if they ever do a shot of all the people at the Microsoft better little white glowing apples all over the place. I'll actually hits shifted quite okay. Yeah they'll show you you can watch US events and you'll see there's actually quite a bit as now those devices I said out there are using the arm devices now. They're starting to cause shirt like Lt. Lt honoree Yeah Yeah. I mean windows right. Now is its strength as business enterprise you know. HP elitebook Lenovo has think pads those do very well and gaming. I'm running a core I nine. HP HP gaming rig that is just sixty four gigs round no question. If you're a Kamer you gotTA have windows. Oh Yeah I mean it's just you know and that's one of the few areas of PC's that never hit that when PC sales are dropping. Everybody's like Oh to post PC gaming. Pc just kept pushing through all that and it's gotten even more huge huge so but yeah I mean that's but that's that's the past still right so we'll see on Wednesday will.

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18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

World News Analysis

13:35 min | 1 year ago

18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

"Listening to the panel discussion of wrote today. I'M GONNA in Beijing eighteen years after nine. Eleven attacks is peace approaching refusing to hand over Osama bin Laden al Qaeda who was quickly identified as a man responsible the US invaded Afghanistan marking the start of Afghanistan war against the Taliban eighteen years of war and talks president trump declared a recently the peace talk was the a wisdom holly. Ali Ben were dead after the Council Secreta meeting with a group in the United States to continue our panel discussion. We have Zun can research fellow with coaching while university and Joe Hi Research Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Max Abrahams in the United States Assistant Professor of political legal science at northeastern university so max first of all what do you make of the very idea of inviting the Taliban to Washington for the first time especially at a time time closed due commemoration of nine eleven attack. I'm very surprised from I think that that at the invitation that should never have actually really hard to believe that trump invited the how to all right around the anniversary of nine eleven. I mean trump used to criticize Obama for negotiating with the Taliban remotely never mind from nine eleven never buy we. Are you know with the idea that I would lead to keep with the Taliban. The negotiations previously were over and so I. I don't grudge The recinding Oh that invitation he almost didn't make expense. I mean the story was at the invitation was presented because an American was killed in the violence well. That's it's really not very surprising at all to call them remains very violent group and if anything seems escalated to violence during these you so called negotiation that Ted I don't WanNa leave you were with the impression that some Hawk on. I'm actually not in favor of the United States withdrawing from but I don't believe you that negotiation are a requirement to do what the United States should do in Afghanistan. It's simple we appeal to the VM Dope in France I don't think that the United States should lecture the Taliban on how it needs to you know with the Afghan government or how needs to reduce militancy locally or how it needs to respect human rights the Taliban isn't going to do any of these things you need to do. Simply state is its power and we we don't want to be in your country and you don't Wanna in your country and so we are going to withdraw however if circuit it is another nine eleven attack if the if the NPS is used again as a launchpad for Bass casualty the terrorist attack against the United States then the American public phobe strongly in favor of returning Tennessee on essentially giving you the ice discretely so it's really up to you the Tobin he want to remain a local group because if you start acting like a transnational terrorist group and if you don't police the area if you allow your country to be used by groups like the al-Qaeda Akagi network two large international well then we may come back in the gloves come off and so I do not believe that negotiations with the Taliban or advisable and I don't think that they're a requirement for us to get out of that John would trump hope to accomplish with a meeting with with the Taliban in the United States in the first place. I want to go back into history just a little bit in two thousand nine. When Obama first entered into office he started the so-called search Afghanistan adding more than thirty thousand troops in Afghanistan. Try to stabilize the country and try to protect the communities immunities on the ground so that's the Karzai government can stand on its food now. Ten years later is not successful in in terms of protecting and also continue to help the current. Afghan government to sustain yourself and on the other side. I Taliban expanding territory and now occupy more than two thirds of the country particularly in the rural area so I think it's not that at the US wanted to do this or that is that they cannot achieve the original goal of eradicating terrorism and also establishing a government pretty much finished the task of nation-building so at this point they were forced to negotiate with the Taliban if they want to withdraw troops according to some time lie and there's a very strong support in the United States for us to withdraw from that country because some people think staying that catch far too long and they are now in less risk from terrorism from that country so trump is actually representing a lot of people. The majority of Americans will to withdraw from that country is just way too through what approach that you can withdraw with confidence that Taliban will no longer support terrorism continue to be a launchpad for terrorism but negotiations didn't go well because again trump trump just won't theatrics. He wanted to have a big deal to show to American. People that he got things done however when you go to the real real problem and trying to solve that problem there are a lot of mistrust between the Taliban the US government so on the one hand Taliban don't think that the US will completely withdraw from Afghanistan and on the other side of the US still wanted to stay there and monitor situation people in the trump administration creation particularly recent fired national security advisor Baltim- probably still want to maintain a number of military force and the basis in Afghanistan still operating so when you still have this mistrust. It's very difficult to get the grand deal Dan overnight. That's why inviting Taliban into the United States probably for a signing ceremony is a very bad idea from the very beginning now it fells part so zone withdraw from Tom. Ghanistan Dow was the key two thousand sixteen trump campaign promise so hall political of Trump's a decision of on Afghanistan immediately twenty twenty onto your reelection pressure. I mean I agree I agree with what the judges said that it it a lot of the negotiation a lot of this this process was about the trump campaign achieving this big promise on their mandate and with the twenty twenty election coming up a grand and victory in Afghanistan would have meant this big deal that was signed between the Taliban and the US government but you know let's again go back in history in two thousand and eleven and twelve there was a big call by the Obama Administration for the Karzai government assigned the BSE and within the Afghan government there were two different parties one that wanted the US troops to leave withdrawal instant withdrawal so that the Taliban would come to the negotiation table and which turned out to be the assure of any government. They were not in favor of immediate withdrawal. Now we see that for the US list for the American people withdrawal from Afghanistan is important. It's a war that has cost almost nine hundred and eighty billion. US dollars over the years. It's been eighteen eighteen years and we don't know what what what the war is for Osama bin. Laden was found killed in two thousand eleven he initially not handing over was the reason to going to have gone is Stan then the question of nation building the trump administration has clearly said that we're not here to build anything and of course as was mentioned by I earlier panelists the gone Taliban have two thirds more more of the Afghan territory under them than before so clearly it seems to be at that the presence in Afghanistan isn't achieving anything concrete but it's not about the presence in Afghanistan of the war in Afghanistan. It is about what are the consequences quences off an exit that is premature and the consequences can be dire. we know what happened in the nineteen ninety s Pakistan Afghanistan the region at on as a whole suffered because of an abrupt ending to aboard that wasn't well planned and right now of course for from the American perspective if nine eleven and God forbid is to happen again then we can go back and treat them the way isis has been treated but that is not the real question you have China you have Pakistan. You'll save India the government government which has been supported by the Americans to abandon them of ruthlessly can have consequences fall was and what happened was nine eleven post nineteen eighty s war in Afghanistan and I think the these are important questions for us to address. The Quadrilateral Coordination Group was one initiative right now. How only last weekend Beijing Islamabad and representatives from a Samba and Kabul were together and these are small efforts to new negotiate and to understand what the government is willing to accept so a withdrawal is important? How long it's going to take is one question but but what the consequences of a withdrawal that only looks at American interests are is an important one to to address Max anything to add. We've seen wiz North Korea. That's trump cam blown up a process and then try and restarted a couple weeks later a will that be the case with Afghanistan as well well. I think that the biggest problem with put the US can sell an in Afghanistan is that fails to to limit what our objectives are in that country of course the reason why they are is because of nine eleven when we went there to kill the perpetrators and of course bin Laden and actually to a large extent people forget that been Nishel school. was what successful well not entirely but certainly partially takes us. We killed off a large portion. the computer chip that of course we didn't get all of them. We didn't even get bin Laden. 'til your later the threat when metastasized but other media respond. I would do that. You know maybe apiece score or V clock but the the problem is then you had mission creek and we added on all sorts of theory objected so you know making peace now in the country more broad try to hammer out negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan uncover concerns about human rights stuff. He's all important goals as in in terms of normative attractive they're very important no doubt but the US military doesn't have the capacity to ameliorate I these other goal and so the United States particularly the military needs to understand mimic caisson nations of US power around the world. I I think from the very start or goals in Afghanistan should have been limited took counterterrorism in very soon after arriving theon team and so we continue to have you know these goals also which are unrealistic and so I think that we need to keep counter terrorism at the forefront of our objective and we should have left very soon after arriving upon accomplishing our objective our counterterrorism effective to the extent that we were able to joey in August talking about the limitation of the US force in August trump said he's

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Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn

podnews

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn

"Veteran podcast executive robe Greenlee has joined Lipson, as vice president of content and partnerships. He'll report to Lori SIMS president of Lipson and will work with Robb Walsh to further the company's relationships with podcast producers, and develop industry partnerships. He's previously worked for speaker and vox nest and has also worked to podcast. One and within Microsoft's Zun division. The latest mobile. Overview report has been published from scientists mobile part of this information is helpful to podcasters the split between apple and Android. You'll find a link to this, in our show notes, and our newsletters today, the British podcast awards, powered by Dax will be live streaming this year's event on its Twitter profile Brits palled awards, you can shoot in tomorrow, Saturday from eight pm, or at least you can Jill screen with Eurovision, which, of course, is far more important podcast dot co has launched their new. Podcast platform. The company has a partnership with Spotify, and are working on a wealth of new features and other partnerships anchor have launched. A new feature letting listeners leave voice messages for podcast hosts father's day's coming up next month in the US. We linked to who advertise about fathers day on podcasts last year yesterday was global access ability awareness day. Simple cast to have announced a roadmap to make their products. Fully accessible and ask. Why podcasts aren't fully accessible in the first place, a radio talent agency. The vice agency has launched a podcast division called TWA podcast studio. Hope does better than the airline in Brussels. French-language broadcaster RTBF is calling for new native podcasts to appeal to sixteen to twenty four year olds twenty thousand euros being offered for projects development. Stitcher have announced two new senior hires Sarah van Mozell for market engineer t and before that Acosta w. Why has been hired as chief revenue officer and stays he resigned as executive producer in our podcast section. We mentioned loads of new podcast. That's choose one at random the muff has a new co host to treat comedian Dame Wilburn has joins the podcast. It gets over a million downloads a week,

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"zun" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Sponsored by Zun videoconferencing. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is both pleased and perturbed now that Robert Muller's Russia investigation is wrapped up. It's a shame. Country had to go through this. It's a shame that your president. I sat go through this a summary of the special counsel's findings from attorney general William bar fines. Neither Mr. Trump nor his campaign colluded with Russia. House Judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler says he'll ask bar to testify critical that everything in that report. And the underlying evidence b b public be open to the American people. Respondent major Garrett. Well, this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him. Instead Muller left it to bar to determine if the president committed a crime, a call to parents and students in the wake of two suicide a year after the massacre at stoneman Douglas, high Ryan petty lost his daughter Alana in the shootings the questions. Have you thought about killing yourself if they answer? Yes. To those questions they're at risk you need to get help CBS Manuel. Bojorquez is in parkland, Florida community leaders and residents met Sunday to confront the newest tragedy. Rippling across parkland, Florida. You must communicate with your children and children. You gotta talk to your friends a Marjory stoneman Douglas high school student who survived the school shooting last year died Saturday in an apparent suicide. So far police say they have found no link to Sydney a yellow who took her own life last weekend. Lawmakers in New Jersey vote today on a Bill to legalize recreational pot. CBS has mega Oliver says it has the backing of governor Phil Murphy to get the business out of the hands of the bad guys to correct? The social injustices to regulate it and do it. Right. But leaders of at least sixty towns oppose the measure preemptively banning marijuana within city limits. Not clear if there will be enough votes to pass that measure a dozen coach college coaches at university administrators and test proctors will be in court in Boston today to face charges in the admissions cheating scandal here accused of accepting bribes and fake athletic profiles in order to get the children of well-heeled Paris. Accepted into elite schools. It was fifty years ago..

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"zun" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And he would take a victims into the abyss where they would end up dying. If you remember barbs, she ended up in a position that wasn't too. Well, let's just say there are a lot of fans who were disappointed, and they were hoping that they were trying to save her. But apparently it was in vain. So now thinking about what you've been told about monsters thinking about what you've been told about their activities thing about all the monsters that may exist, the crypto critters, the flatwoods monster, the Loch Ness monster Bigfoot, there are plenty of other legends. Like, for example, I was reading about the caucus Kwok Kwok usual tribe. It's called the crocodile tribe. They're a bear in British Colombia. I mean have massacred I hope not it's Kwok Kwok toll Kwaku toll tribe that lived in the western coast of the British a British Columbia, and they had. A creature. They're called zone qua- or Zun Zun qua- spelled Deasy U N K W A Zuni qua-. He's a big hairy female it lives in the mountainous force of British Columbia. Now, keep in mind. It's a it's a it's called, you know, it's zoo Zanu Kwa or Zun Zun Kwa with Eze Zuniga, a big hairy female that lives deep in the mountains and forested according to limit theologies. She spends most of her time protecting children and sleeps. Hence, that's why she's rarely seen. Zuniga a Harry female but lives deep in the mountainous forests. Now, of course, we can talk about Bigfoot, we can talk about where we can talk about a number of things, but the legend of a woman a hairy woman who protects children now, that's a that's a that's a force spirit, or that's a that's a forest character. It's part of mythology and think of it if he large hairy female was to see a young boy, it's struggling in North Carolina woods, and she came to save him. Maybe it could be a female Bigfoot. It could be a female bear. It's protective like the new CuA is very protective. Spends time with children in the forest who knows in California. There are old pictographs drawn by the Yakuts that appear to show a family of giant creatures with long shaggy hair. They call them the the Maya Todd in with the top. There are there are tribes of my that that that live there in California and many people would say, well, they look like a sasquatch group. But the tribes would actually see these other. Hairy men or women as hunters. And they've always been known if they're seeing to attack humans now. I know that there seems to be some confounding evidence as to what protected Casey Hathaway, and even more strange strange DNA found on Brenda Hamilton. These stories terrifying thrill me because they had me harkening back to my childhood because when I was a kid. We had Bigfoot legends as well. When we were boy scouts. We tell these stories, of course, campfires and near my home your Butterfield canyon. You're my home. There was believed to be a big foot that roam through there. Although no one saw him. He didn't come down. And eat the ravaged the chickens because they just didn't do it. Although we heard rumors that he did. I I didn't know if he was there if he was real or not. But I do know that in the UN basin near skin Walker ranch where I lived in Utah. You could travel out to Shane which is a long drive from Salt Lake City, you go in the area there with a Mesa is in the skin Walker ranch was there, and there were tales of all kinds of strange creatures hanging out of skin Walker ranch long before people like Robert Bigelow and others got their hands on and George Knapp reported, it we we knew about this for some time we figured it was a portal to some other dimension because people saw creatures of all kinds, they found coins lying around there were from other other centuries. So something strange happened there. The UN abasan something came through there many times forward and backward. And what was interesting..

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"zun" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Great with NASA servers, or even like, I said the Invidia shield, the the pro model because you have enough space to put the on at this reading is a judge Justin just so, you know, just just so we actually tackled. This question of yours. We went on a few different leg technological tangents. But that's that's the world that we live in so many different options. And I'm glad that you have these three options that you can choose from that potentially would have really good audio quality. I don't know from experience if they would be better than the L J V thirty plus or even as good, but I'm personally in either of the two h. See devices probably have a good day in there. So you probably have good audio quality in those. So with that in mind one thing I did want to say you just mentioned the Zun player. I was thinking earlier on my drive here. I kind of miss I kinda miss the Zun. I'm not gonna lie and. For one reason for one reason locally on your soon player it used to track. How many times you listen to any song? And you can see what songs you loved be based upon how many times you listen to it. And when you go into your thumbs up playlists for the Zun or your heart. Playlists forget what it was called. It would prioritize the songs you clearly prefer listening to more than the rest of the ones you might have in that list. That's kind of cool. And I always I always loved that. Because that meant that I didn't have to do what I do in Android auto right now while I'm driving like I did on the way here. Skipping like thirty songs. I'm clearly not happy with my music library and their songs that I want to hear and Zun used to know how to prioritize which I which is something that I was thinking about early. I wanted to bring that up today like the Denney either use Zun basing. Generation head on device machine. Learning way back in two thousand eight. That's true. That's really true. But yeah, those are just the thoughts. I had I never use an ipod to be honest actually never used by classic. No never. Oh. Yeah. I was more on the zoo inside than than the ipod. Yeah. It was Zun and it was the walkman phones. Those were my local audio playing devices and oh, man. I miss those to be honest. Those are great. So she the walkman phones. And that's what I want to see like, let's see some let's see some more movement towards specific parts of tech. So that we have a phone that is we're seeing that right now with gaming, we have the razor phone the allergy phone, but like it'd be great to see like an like an audio phone like a phone meat from music that has the the deck built in Sony makes a bunch of these Walkmans that or not phones, but you can put that in the phone that would make the experience relevant again. I think it's irrelevant, but it make it more relevant now. Yeah. Yeah. That kind of thing and speaking of those types of players jill's actually said he sees a lot. He sees a lot of stuff on Amazon that are like eight gig players that are running for about fifty dollars. You might need to spend more to get more storage. But if you're using just an if you're using the ipod classic fifth gen thirty gig as your reference point, it shouldn't be that hard to get a sixteen or thirty two gig audio player that potentially has a really good Dak in it.

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"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Exactly people do that. Is here to break glass. Nuts, and it's a strange kind of loyalty. It's like it's like putting your forty Niners or your patriots sticker in the car. I don't think it is like that. Because you know, I don't pay extra because I like the patriots. Right. It's not an apple product. They I, you know, it's. Yeah. It's it's I I don't know that this anything quite like, this to be honest. I think it's like getting the Zun tattoo on yourself. Oh god. Remember that guy? Yeah. I just signed that guy's time. See see him like once a year. Who is he? So do you. The true story about that guy. That guy isn't the Zun guy. What? He looks so much like the guy. But it's not did you tell me that. No, he said to be at our last. He goes, I know you guys always joked that I'm the guy, but you know, I'm not. Thought it wasn't guy. But that's okay. I still like him. He's a good guy. It's funny. I do feel bad for the Zun guy. Yeah. He got that burned off to he that tend to question. Yeah. They they did remove this guy. Get this tent to burn. Show you this guy. He's not. Is this an apple two team a goal? That's actually, maybe a little bit worse. It's a twig Tet too. Find this guy to see if he needs an intervention this was years ago. He looks like he needs to eat some more. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's the problem is I hope he doesn't get fat. Because at twit goes go really stretch. Yeah. So there's Zun tattoo. You could get it twit that too. I don't know that that that is where I'll just point out that Twitter still round. Oh, that's a good point. We lived Zun. Yeah. I mean, a low bar, but. All right. So you tagline while we did outlive survive..

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"zun" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"So it's a possibility. But I think Herbert as glue the best guy naturally actor, and I think and able to make plays outside a structure to a great arm. Tremendous arm, actually, I think people talk about your locks arm. I think urban it's definitely better. He's able to make all the throws. And I know that's cliche. But when you throw with touch and with the loss, it you can do things a lot of guys who have been labeled as guys who can make all the throws couldn't do because when people say that usually just mean, he can zip in any window. That's all make all the throws Josh Allen. We never figured on throw with tiger. Or with velocity and went to use either. I think Herbert as a great feel for went to use either. So I love that about him that he knows how they just knows how to throw the ball. It's it's beautiful when it comes out of San there's things he needs to do better job of recognizing coverages and recognizing pressure in some of his mental processing, I think too in the pocket can be quicker. Those are all really natural things for quarterback to have to work on entering the NFL. I think the peak with him is tremendous. I mean, you talking about elite type of peak if he can get there in the NFL the situation is going to be very important because he isn't a finished product. So V declares. He's gotta go to team that's going to bring him along. He could definitely up in a bad situation. And and be headed toward something that would be closer to a bus, then he would be living up to his expectations. Think a Jameis Winston type situation where all the tools in the world. But if he couldn't fix those issues, and I don't think our issues are quite as bad as Winston's but coming out in terms of being just completely reckless. But if Winston couldn't affixed as issues, you know, he was never gonna reach his peak and all the towns still there. But here we are what four or five years later, and he's still no closer reaches peak. He's never changed to his player. So Herbert you're always projecting. Almost always with quarterback. You're projecting something very few. These guys are finished products. I'm just comfortable saying Herbert's gonna be great. If he lands in a great situation, y'all Mahomes went to the Browns. He probably wouldn't be doing Zun right now, if we went to you know, you made the the amount of bad teams out though that he could have. Landed on probably not doing what he's doing. Now is he still super talented? Yes. But it's the other aspects of homes game that have developed since he arrived, the NFL being able to sit for your and all those kind of things for him you'll playing gun out Smith being with Andy Reid all the benefits of being in the chief situation have helped make it maximize who he is a prospect and who is a player special. I don't think it's which quite on that level. But I think you're talking about a guy who can be a really good quarterback in the NFL if the NFL does their part and the team he's ends up on does their part and develops in like you need to in order to create good quarterbacks. Today's vote because they're just they're not getting churned out as as ready prospects is Andrew Loctite prospects in God's football anymore. So you've got to kind of take what's there moaning and create it and make it into the best version of what that player could be. And I want you to single out one point that John your made right there. Nit pick it to death and causes. Literally. What do you didn't ask it because say? Say enough to prompt Ben this is why visit my pure form of analysis. It just like, hey, like ninety five percent of that was great. But five percent of it wasn't. So I'm right. And you're wrong. I know. You can probably touch can throw with velocity. And he he knows the football. Absolutely..

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"zun" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"So he went to New York. He wanted to be a New York City. That's that. So then you're left with Zun in yelich. If you remember of Zuma was not are yelich was not on the market Osuna was and the cardinals wanted to make sure they want shut out. And so they got Zuma and keep in mind. Zuma was coming off an incredible year, but that's how it all happened. That's how it all happened. And that's, that's that's an important element of this thing. Now you can say, well, they should have passed Zuma, but at the time, that's what the benefit of knowing that they eventually moved yelich at the time after they moved Zuhdi they said that was it. And for whatever reason they held on JT real Muto and he played there the entire year and I don't. I don't know why they did that in traded yelich, but whatever they who knows what's going on down there, but that they traded yelich. They held on real noodle and also that the price, the Bruce paid was a hell of a lot higher than the cardinals paid for frozen. Listen, I I'm on board with anybody who says, yes, I would rather have. I would easily rather have Christian yelich. It's a, no, it's an. No brainer. I wanted to see the cardinals trade ozone at the deadline. That's where I am on him. So it's not a case of being listened. Yokozuna move is great, but I know, but the circumstances, that's the thing, the circumstances, it's easy to go back and look at a poker hand once that cards are turned on wide and do this, but that's not the way the game is played, but it frustrates people. I understand that. So that is how the fan angst got to be where it was going into the season. Then the organization was counting on Alex radius to be the guy when you go. Well, that was dumb because he's coming out. Okay, it's fine if that's what you thought at the time. But I don't think that's what most people were thinking like, God we're gonna raise back now. You're gonna have this whole thing because the rotation was was killing it in the month of April, and you get four innings out of him and then he's done. That's a, it's. It's just a real thing. Now. Some people are like, oh, the media in this town soft, and you just make excuses I have. My business in my income, if the cardinals never speak to me again, will not be impacted. It's just irrelevant. I'm going to give you my honest opinion, and sometimes it's going to be really critical and sometimes it's not, but I'm not going to like scream if I don't feel like screaming is warranted, there are some things that I think you can certainly be critical of. But the fact that the organization ran into a high percentage of injuries for the rotation which they were expecting to be able to count on in particular with Carlos Martinez, Michael wocka and Alex race. It's a fact now you can second guess if you would like counting on Luke Weaver and not having Jack Flaherty up at the start of the year..

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"zun" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You just have to be able to hear what. You're seeing over in that example and make sure that that sound doesn't leak back into the microphone. Use your great headphones for for the mixing process or whatever. However, you wanted to also as far as the mixing process, it's also good idea to listen to your stuff on crappy speakers or headphones this the how it will sound on those things. Your website in I e with the resolution turn way down. Run it through the real player. Always have Zun around just the. Would've sounded like ten years ago now that that's a great tip like you want, you want to not only use different headphones for different things, but it sounds like you want to listen to your music back on different playback scenarios might be a good way of putting it. Absolutely. In the car, you know, listen to it in the car. Listen to it. I mean, we joke about listening to it through through a laptop speaker, but so many people. That's how they met. Listen, you know, it's, it's a very casual listening experience. Let's say. But if you as a musician, kind of approximate and average out the ideas that you get from the educational listening experience of listening to it on your studio speakers, which are amazing versus your your stereo speakers in the living room, which are hyped on the low end to your car stereo speakers which are very used to because you listen to it every day to your laptop speakers, which are super crappy, but you know, reflect what a lot of people here. If you actually use all those things take notes and then kind of approximate between them, you can end up with a pretty. Great sound. It's takes awhile. I really quick story. I used to work at a studio that actually built a van room in the studio. Like there was a van with speaker approximately like a van because you could go in that room and listen to your. That's awesome. Econoline simulated. That's amazing. A team style. Yeah, yeah. Well, and I, it makes me wonder if you could make.

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"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"You know, a lot of people will use I e or whatever because it's their, you know, in your simple, you know consumers in that sense. And this is the, that's the thing I sorta wrote, which is just, you know, the the after effects, the ripple effect of Microsoft's loss in mobile is one of those things. We're gonna feel again and again, and again, because this is an example of that, you know, this whole notion of, you know, we, how do we, how do we become relevant to consumers in this world that has moved on from us and from the PC they're good ideas. I want to be really clear about that. I'm not criticizing Microsoft, I, I don't have an idea. I have. I have some, you know, I'm raising my hand in the back of the audience and I have an idea that's going to save everything. It's just it's tough. It's it's a high bar to overcome, and you know the chart is they're trying to they're, I think what they're going to try to do is not necessarily make the word productivity be work like they're trying to say, you could gate an hour back of your time if you use this stuff. Right? And so you can spend that time anyway. You want, you could be drawing pictures. You could be watching movies, right? And so I think what they're also trying to do is. Disassociate productivity with having to be work productivity and also be personal productivity. You're you're almost socking lake efficiency. In other words, if we can make things better, efficiency is kind of at the heart of a lot of things Microsoft has done over the years from the little clip thing that would come up and say, hey, it looks like trying to read a a letter. Would you like some help with that? You know, the idea there is also to save you some time and to take a task that is unfamiliar difficult for a lot of people and make it more approachable. That's great. It's still work. I, I I, it's just a tough thing this look, this is their lot in life. I mean, this is where they've made their bread and butter. No, it's it's, I do sort of feel like they should just embrace it, but they really, they have these things. You know, the XBox is a great example that doesn't fit into this productivity thing that we're talking about, and people will will cite these things because they're exceptions, Minecraft. Another game related thing. That's kind of an exception. But yeah, I, you know, you, you can see as Microsoft steps away from things like media centre or Zun or well, when his phone, maybe but group even, you know, these are consumer services that in the past windows by being dominant would have floated all of those ships when windows isn't dominant. You can see what happens to those things. You know, they can't exist without leveraging that dominant pattern. They they cease to make sense as a business. And I think, you know, that's I, I get it. I, I look at what they're doing and I'm like, yeah, you know, I given what you have, right, but it's a tough thing. Apple obviously has these cross device experiences if you stick within the apple ecosystem, and they're really strict about it. You'll have an incredible experience. Google is starting to do some of that stuff in across Google across chrome, chrome OS an Android, very, very interesting..

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"zun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Zun orbis chef ski trio they do need a better name but here's their piece called pro peac that is the maso flora zun chefs ski trio that's michelle maso playing the trombone and then switching to tuba tour flow resumed playing the accordion and marine hct chef ski she is the cellist pro peac is the name of the peace from their album called ballade fm air federal ballads so switching from the trombone to the tuba lower member of the same family will allow it because in the next piece will hear the trombone with not cello but it's higher sounding siblings the violin and the viola in an electro acoustic piece that's coming up in just.

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"zun" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And if he if he had been honest about why they wanted to do that he wouldn't have been elected and no democrat what either so they've had this ability to wear this mask or camouflage and convince people that they're not radical leftists that they're just centrists who care about people and the republicans of course are radical extremists racist sexist homophobic zun hate people and they have people at run corporation ceo's who want to kill their customers well it's largely the opposite but now what's happening is that because of a confluence of events and the left ability to lie to itself they have now come to believe and who can blame them i mean you watch the news every day and you would think that this country hates donald trump you watch the news every day and you would be convinced that the country largely regrets electing him and that if you watch the news every day you think the country can't wait for robert muller to finely evidence that trump stolley election from hillary what if your report that stuff long enough if you get leaks and lies that confirm that you do that long enough and they've been addict now for if you count the campaign two and a half years i think they've come to believe it then they won a special election in pennsylvania and that told them along with the win in virginia governorship that told him that it's over they're going to win the two thousand eighteen midterms it's just a matter of time it's a slam dunk just like hilary's election in two thousand six slam dunk it's just a matter of the calendar playing out this has caused them to feel a new sense of confidence whereas a year ago folks they were so low when they looked up they saw the gutter they had less power in washington they had since the nineteen twenties they were gobsmacked and stunned by trump's election and they had no explanation for it and they were looking at years and years and years in the darkness one year later thanks to nothing substantive just a bunch of any window and lies there now feeling their oats they think they're on the verge of getting americans do agree with giving up their guns repealing the second amendment they're on the verge of believing that they're going to get comprehensive immigration reform because most americans want open borders and want the poor of.

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"zun" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on What's Good Games

"A huge important thing that we need to remember because a lot of our other industry friends are talking about the conic read verses excuse me blue versus green wall move or screen yep so everyone's seen the photos of like the xbox booth facing off against the playstation booth it's one of those photos that e three that everybody gets every single year i'm not sure if they're going to be in the same spot within the convention center we haven't gotten flow plan details quite yet but it's interesting to me that they really are doubling down on mixer and using that space predominantly to focus on their streaming platform because i'm going to be honest i thought mixer was going to go away by now no no not long zillion held on for a really long time really how long do you think they're gonna hold on i don't know i said zun held on for a very long time zun all right t it makes her offers some interesting things i honestly have not spent hardly any time watching content on mixer but i have some friends who really like i don't even know what it is but for i think it's either pub to your fortnight it somehow surfaces people who are deep into the games so when it's like people are actually finding each other they've already looted they're all shooting each other so the exciting action and it'll those to you i don't know what the tools called but i feel like if they keep innovating like that they're bound to find at least a need a niche niche niche a niche community that is super into that.

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"zun" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And local with her review terry what you think we'll you know what jason nathanson is the ideal actor for the role of the commuter he has mastered portraying characters with their backs up against the wall in a race against time now in his latest thriller niessen stars as former police officer michael mccauley who now sales insurance for living his life is pretty ordinary until he gets fire from his job and while riding the train on his way home and trying to figure out how to tell us wife he's approached by a total stranger it's my first on a train what about you a plus ten years zun experiment experiment y yeah i asked you to do one little fame the woman makes mccauley an unusual offer with a son about to go to college and his house double mortgaged mccauley accepts the woman's offered to find something of hers on the train that's been stolen and once he does he'll be handsomely rewarded the catch he has no idea who it is and he has to find the person before the last stop killing in order to find who is looking for mccauley draws upon his police training since he's written the same trained five days a week for the past ten years he's saying the same faces time and time again so he thinks he knows who doesn't belong he strikes up conversations with those people and even interrogate some hoping to find who he's looking for deaths none of your business what's number lee kuan voice with you people and my bad kice hey what are you doing my me i'm going to how seriously they wish that through prayer by either let the lady go together to you sean shootout with a thrilling combination of action and suspense this story will keep you guessing until it's ready to reveal who akali is looking for but once the person's identity is reveal what happens next with that only adds to the intrigue this commuter train is definitely worth the ride and i'll.

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"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly (MP3)

Windows Weekly (MP3)

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Windows Weekly (MP3)

"It you change that name to be your primary election so that's the kind of them this probably about five people on earth who need that but i think there's a much bigger audience of people out there who have some old hotmail dot com or whatever count name and they want to they they wanna keep all this stuff they have a office three 65 subscription attached to it they have when dr storage attach your they have content they bought bought back from zun that still in their account for media this music that they can still download or they have a movies they bought to the microsoft movies tvs upper whatever it is uh i wanna still access all of that content but i don't want to use this old email address the way to fix that is with uh an alias and if you make the daily she primary alias so anyway if that didn't make sense to you it's okay i i get it it's it's on look at and i have to say when it comes to the microsoft account what are the things i struggle with them not just on the side but even in the wind is ten book for example is i almost feel like wh what we need is a a microsoft account primmer of some kind like a like microsoft got one on one where you kind of layout here like for first of all security get a due to factor that occasion here's what you do that chapter to aliases here's why they're important you know here's how they work and it'll and maybe some deal all right that because those books is so lucrative but uh but it's it's one of those important kinda foundational things and even myself this using this thing every day i kind of had forgotten that this was a thing and actually i feel like a can help a lot of people so if that didn't make sense do you notes okay uh i did in article on the sites so can go find it their case um you you thank you but it's hard to say it's hard to say it i i i'm not sure if anyone's visualizing why this is awesome but it is actually kind of awesome um for the app pick uh this week a spotify arrived on xbox one and that's actually.

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"zun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Very special about his basketball bility money smith with a imbibe seventy la's bordin zun asked a turnaround a laker franchise that has had its worst threeyear run in its history lakers will introduce ball and their other draft picks later today erin bender kfi news an anonymous your who served in bill cosby's child says it was very difficult for the panel to agree to miss trial hurrying mari man and bar women more in warm he says the ruling saturday in andrea constanze case against kombi cosby came down to credibility he also questioned why constant didn't immediately contact police as harmful mood aboard garvin andrew am the turkish for your report he says it retrial would be a waste since cosby has already suffered the loss of his career quarter man dirtier already freighters president trump says he has in his words no idea of his conversations with fired fbi director james comey were recorded you never know what there but i didn't do i don't have any gave an item to trump told fox and friends that comey might have changed his story after comey's tweet about the possibility or trump's tweet about the possibility of tapes the interviewer told trump that the tweet was a smart way to keep colmey honest in his congressional testimonies henrik haiti perry has become the first artist to release three songs that have sold ten million copies recording industry association of america says sales have katie varies a roar just hit the 10million mark to earn diamond certification her other diamond hits our firework and die our course only four singles have ever gone to diamonds katies.

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"zun" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports fla scotty we still have games if progress will start the top of the thinning orioles lead the white sox tend to five willing to casteel was a grand slam for the old yankees and angels moved to the seventhinning out in anaheim we have ourselves a five five taibbi while for the second time tonight bruising cardinals being delayed by rain were in the bottom of the eighthinning where the brewers lead st louis seven two six everything else his final red sox get past the phillies seventy three mukhi bets not one but two home runs numbers ten and eleven on the season brennan phillips said four hits in three rbis braves roughed up the nationals thirteen the two royals over the giant seven to padres a wellpitched effort from julie she seen seven earnings five edge to earn four kings and san diego beat cincinnati four to two marlins a home run for marcello zun his seventeenth levin six the marlins beat the app lennox rocky's over the pirates five one meanwhile the blue jays get past the raise seven six dodgers six to four over the indians cory kluever's seven earnings to earn ten keys but obviously does not figure in the decision diamondbacks to one of the tigers mets get home runs from curtis granderson the three hundred of his career and lucas studio the twelve th this season producer and the mets beat the cubs nine two four mariners six to four over the twins astros rupp up the rangers thirteen to two all right the fight is on floyd mayweather will indeed face ufc star conor mcgregor that'll happen on august twenty six in las vegas from football colts quarterback andrew lug says he's not sure he'll beyond percent when training camp gains in late july log still not throwing after january shoulder surgery panthers tighten.

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