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"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

06:27 min | 2 months ago

"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

"You've got to watch on your laptop because you're not at home. So what do you do? You pay you pay for HBO. You already paid for it, but you can't get access, so yeah, you see so. The thing to me is like the best way to combat. That is to make it more accessible. For qube words short is like that would that would open it up like if you let people do chips and let people tweet screen shots and do other it could go viral, but when you don't do that now, you can like you. Lose out on that whole thing, so yeah I. You're not wrong. The rest of the APP is is bad, but interface. If you really want if you want to get into the idea that you're gonNa Police, the copyright of people posting clips of qube shows by by taking a phone video and other phones or taking video. Because the phones, don't let you I guess you can record video. I think about it, but. They but the, but they will actually block that. Can't. Think somebody's going to do with the screen recording of this show. Do you really think that they're going to pilot the whole thing and it's like. I would just love, but I can almost see it. I can almost see the the argument against not allowing screen recording a video clips of the thing, because what if they spoil the best joke or whatever? But I would not I'm not I'm not against that, but it but a screen shot, or at least create like an animated image. Love to sit in a meeting and listen to Jeffrey. Katzenberg explain why they don't even let you take a Goddamn screen shot. I would just love to hear the explanation. The justification for they're ripping us off their ripley exactly Europeans off the spree. Promotion is bad. You want wanted to go viral, but you ruin every aspect. Apparently, that's been changed, but I canceled. Subscription I forgot to cancel my goddamn creepy. Subscription, so they got, they got seven dollars. Cancel now and again you know what I do I. Set reminders when I signed up for those things like say like this one of the only times I use Siri I like basically tell Siri remind me on a certain day. You know to cancel. It's a good APP though that's the weird thing. The phone version is good. Why in the world they don't support IPAD is crazy. I actually did not get it out in time for record, but perhaps before the show airs, it'll be out I. Want a rant about the fact that the IPAD. It's always been weird. Launching iphone only APPs on ipad because they don't rotate and there you have a choice between a one X is with enormous letterbox in. Which looks ridiculous on ipad or two acts, which does take up more of the screen, but not all but scales in an ungainly way. And, but it's always been awkward. Always been weird. It's still with us, but now you can dock your ipad in a magic keyboard. That apple sells for three hundred dollars and puts it in a laptop configuration. It obviously officially sanctioned because the track pad support is in neo s and the apples, the one selling you, the three hundred dollars, docking, keyboard, laptop thing, and now when you launch, say Quimby, which is still I've only on your IPAD IT launches sideways. The entire user interface goes sideways. Tab Out of. It's up and down and if you drag the dock out, it's on the side and everything is sideways. Like how is that not a bug? If you're using real laptop and everything goes sideways, you'd say Oh. I've got a weird video bug me. Quick, get a camera this. Video Card, thinks to screen sideways. That's actually by design. I know what's even worse about this. If you think about slide over, and if you think about the fact that like that's how they're doing, you know multi windows stuff like okay. Why can't you have a slight over thing that is onscreen like a picture in picture menu or like a slight over that? That is just like the phone, either whatever orientation urine is a one way or the other. It's showing up correctly. is showing. You know maybe a vertically when you're I've had is a horizontal, and it's just kind of docked at someplace on your screen. 'cause I assume that's what they're going to have to do. When they bring the APPS, choose the. The MAC is that it's going to have to be because you can't turn your Mac so gonNa have to be some sort of window that you're seeing. It's not going to be a you know. Some of the might be converted, but most of them. They're going to plenty of APPS that won't be. developers won't go through the process of trying to. To make them work in a four by three up, or you know whatever the what if what, if net flicks I don't think they're going to. But what if Netflix's says okay fine? We're not going to do a native Mac APP, but we will let our IOS. APP Run on the Mac in this new world. Will obviously you wanNA watch that sideways. Landscape so I. How do you do that on a device? That doesn't tell my guess. I don't. I don't even think has apple. I don't think the. Support that yet. They don't what I imagine they'll do. Is that it'll? They would bring over the IPAD APP and it would just come over when it's when it's in landscape mode know that would be. How will work and then you could make it full screen I guess, or what if they? What if those I mean? They obviously know that okay. This is an IOS APP running. WHAT IF THOSE APPS? Have a window control that hang includes a rotation button. You know like the Red Yellow Green Buttons. What if there's a purple one that you know which has gone unused since two thousand Steve Jobs as goofy idea, that purple button would put your Mac single APP single window mode. Put a purple button up there That rotates the screen and then it would even work well with qube right because it would be purple. It'd be. Button! Yeah, that's not. That's not a bad idea, but no. That's GONNA. Be Interesting how they'll handle the rotation stuff. My thought is that phones it will default almost exclusively to vertical as long as that's a support Ebadi. Doc It's. It's like procreate for most except for the ones where it's not in the ones where it's not, it's one hundred percent inappropriate, right games and video. You know there's also. Will Begin. This is my point. I think that for the phones. That's what they'll do in for the IPAD version. They will actually do the opposite where it'll be defaulting to horizontal. Horizontal State we're in right now. Ten years into the IPAD era of iphone APPs on IPAD..

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"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Guess what you can't do in the ESPN. APP, you can't pause. You cannot pause. You cannot fast forward. You can't go back so if you something in the baseball game. I went to go back a pitch. You know, let me go back. See that again. There's no it's. It's like watching old fashioned TV there is no. There's no dvr aspect at all. It's not just. You. You're right. It's there's no. There's no. Which means that we've effectively like regressed twenty years. They do have all all of the features as far as I could. This is on Apple TV in the ESPN APP. All of the features they have about like when I clicked the track. Pat On, TV remote were about adding a second thing, so I can do like three up or four up. You know and I could put. Put Four Games on at once. We guess what there weren't four games on at once one game, one game in the whole world is being played. It was the Yankees and nationals. There wasn't anything to put up. That is interesting. You can't do that on TV. I can't watch four games I don't WANNA watch four games at once. I WANNA. Watch one game. You can't pause what. What the Hell I got out of that so fast went back to TV, and this is why I still paid for cable. Three hundred dollars a month. Yeah No, I'm in a similar situation like comcast. Will I don't get their Internet although I'm about to? Help you. Will know here. Here's why I'm doing it. briefed on this I. Pay for fiber through wave G. they're fantastic, not getting rid of them, but my bill will actually be cheaper if I add a cable service cable Internet service, I don't use onto it. That's. where regulators and exactly anyway, okay, so, what's the? What's the one good as Tibo? No I wouldn't count that and and actually tvos interfaces terrible. It's once you're watching a show in tvos, it's it's the best ever the the totally. The the rest of it used to be so good. They've they've relying managing. Everything else is horrible. No, it's the it's apples movies, APP and I guess that doesn't count as streaming I think technically streaming. Is You pay a subscription and you watch all you want for free movies. APP is you pay for movies as you rent and buy them, but what the hell you talking about the same fucking thing I would agree with that I think the apples movies out because i. Here, here's fantastic. Here's what's popular. Here's what's new and if you pause the movie last night here, it is to pick it up. It is the interface that is like everybody forgets to. If it's because everybody has effectively decided I'm stopping. I'm spending so much on subscriptions every month. There's no way I'm paying a rental fee for something else again. You know whatever they don't look at it, but that movies APP is so good in my opinion, I would be very hard pressed to. All of these other APPS I would love to spend an afternoon with their team and tell them what annoys me about apps same. She Peacock I did a mini twitter threatened and I had to give up because. It's it's so bad in what's actually terrible. Both on the base NBC. Pretty good. Because, I Had yet to watch like I've used the NBC APP to watch like Oh. Somebody was somebody good was on the tonight show last night. Oh, I want to go back and watch that I've used the NBC. Yeah, the pickup peacock APP is bad. The QUBE APP is actually kind of good on the phone, right? It's actually a good APP. It's just the everything else is so FA KOCHTA's. Like what the hell are you thinking about like? No, it is I mean they did finally introduced the ability to do screen shots after everyone's canceled, their subscriptions At least I definitely did like I had the free trial and then I was like am I gonna I'm GonNa pay five dollars a month for this. Yeah, no, they they doubt. Have screen shot. Tells you everything you need to know about the Jeffrey Katzenberg mindset I know. It's insane to me because he gets content. Because there is get the textile there is. There is some line that you want to draw between making piracy through your content difficult so difficult to not be worth it, but yet not interfering with the experience of your users. And the benefits you get from your users being able to take screen shots and tweet and promote it right. There's a huge benefit of that and the idea that you would take advantage of technical features in the operating system to make screen shots. Technically impossible is the maximalist. You couldn't costly to. And what is the idea that you're all right, so you've paid all this money to put a Kevin Hart movie on Qube and you think somebody is going to take a screen shot of what every frame of the? It's like it's like what are you doing? You're ruining the ability to promote as also look. The piracy is GonNa Happen with that. That's that's a given what what you should do the way that I tunes one the way that you netflixing those things ultimately one is if you make it more convenient to pay. Then to pirate, most people will pay late. There is always a subset of people who won't, but I'm strongly, and I say this as someone who has been a hardcore pirate, but also someone who has been hardcore buyer of media like my whole life. It's been one of those things and the reason I used to download torrents. All the time wasn't because I was cheap. Cheap it was because I couldn't get the movie or the TV show any other way, or they will put draconian restrictions on where I could wash them what I could do, and I would get like just mad on principle, so at this point you know it's easier for me to use use net group than it is to rip my click thousands of blue rays so. Old Days. What if you pay for H.? B. O., but you really WANNA watch the Sopranos but it..

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"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"christina warren" Discussed on The Talk Show

"We put our trash out on Sunday nights now before I take the trash out I, start the car up and drive it around the block. That's good. That's smart. Okay, because it's funny. That I had. Work, it's the worst busy work. Oh, totally! It will jeep that I had when I was in high school that I didn't drive. My friend strove ran into that same problem where it wouldn't be started used for awhile now, actually impetus between my parents like letting my friends like drive. My car was that they were like it's it's just going to sit here and you know it's the battery will die, so you know it's like. This needs to be driven. You're not going to drive it if your friend. Kelly wants to drive it if if your boyfriend wants to drive it if other people want to drive it like they can, I was like okay, fine awesome lungs. I don't have to drive it. All Right? Let me take a break here before we start the meter the show, thank I. Oh, I'm so glad to have these folks back. As a sponsor Mac Weldon Mac wellman makes closed. They believe in smart designed premium fabric simple shopping. I own a whole bunch of Mac. Welcome products. I really do I love him there I think they started with underwear. No, that's what they're best known for they do they're great underwear? Great socks shirts under undershirts. That sort of thing. but they've expanded all sorts of other stuff. They've got sweatpants. All sorts of stuff like that. and it's just. It's really high quality. If you listen to ATP Marco. Whereas all this all the time, they got the silver line of underwear that are naturally anti microbial microbial What a mouthful, but anyway what it means is that it's a it's like scientifically designed fabric that eliminates odor and it. I think it's true. I really don't think it's BS. It's great stuff very comfortable. Stylish great to here's the reason I'm so glad to have these guys as a sponsor months ago, maybe seven eight nine months ago, it was before the End Times Merlin man was on this show, and I was telling him about my favorite slippers which are from Mac Weldon. And I showed them to him right there on the show. He and he instantly got it. Because, the big debate was slippers is where they have an open back or closed back like a shoe. Like an open back I don't like it. Because then it feels like your slippers are ready to fly off your feet at anytime. You come down the stairs you got like. How can you walk around the House with with slippers that are ready to fly of your feet. You might kill yourself. They've got but MAC. Waldon's back is not like a fullback where you have to put on, sit down and put on your slippers. It's just enough that you can put them on without ever touching them with your hands, your feet go right in, but there's a little thing in the back locks it in also the most comfortable slippers I've ever owned there so great. Merlin I talked about him. They sold out they sold out and what better proof that they should be sponsoring show? There wasn't even a sponsorship I was just talking about slippers. They didn't even pay me to say it. I'm telling you right now. If you need slippers and quite frankly, what a better time! What better time to invest in slippers to wear around the house nine months ago before all this started I haven't worn anything most days I'd say ninety percent of the days. Since this whole thing started I haven't worn anything but MAC wellman slippers fantastic. Get the slippers. You Trust me, you'll you'll. You'll thank me for it. Anyway,.

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Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

07:17 min | 8 months ago

Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

"Hello and welcome to our first episode of behind. Find The tech in twenty twenty. I'm Christina Warren. Senior cloud advocate at Microsoft. And I'm Kevin Scott all right so Kevin. It is twenty twenty which Shh is both the new year and I guess a new decade although people will get weird technicalities and it's always a great Chance to kind of look back at what's happened over the last ten years and reflect on new opportunities. Yeah I mean I it. Is I think in their industry and for human beings in general really easy to get completely used to new innovations that in our lives. But like when you think back ten years ago the world looked like a very different place than it looks right now so smartphones were just catching on. They were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are all right now and the things that you could do on them were far far more constrained than they are right. Now I mean for. For God's sake people were renting movies from blockbuster In two thousand ten right very blockbuster was actually still a thing and instagram hadn't even been invented yet. Coley different world you know I do now that we've hit twenty twenty. Do you have any forecasts about what the next year intact might bring her even the next decade. Well well I think one of the themes that we spent a bunch of time chatting about last year on the podcast was artificial intelligence machine learning and I think we are are certainly going to see the trends that that had started in the prior year's continue to accelerate as one of the reason why I'm really interested in chatting with our guest today So autonomous vehicles. For instance. I believe are going to make AK- ton of progress over the next couple of years in particular and I'm really looking forward to seeing some of that stuff. Play out yes I couldn't agree more. It's funny I don't have a driver's license But I've actually been on a few self driving car panels over the years and I I think the technology she behind it is so fascinating. Which is why? I'm really really excited about your conversation with today's guest. Chris Armstrong and Chris is an engineer. Who's known for his work in pioneering self driving car technology? Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I'm especially interested in self driving cars and I'm looking forward to this conversation that we're about to have Chris is that There's so many ways that the world is going to change for the good once we we are able to put this technology into the hands of lots of different companies so One of the things that will hear about Aurora's. They are a company building the self off driving car technology as a platform for other companies to use to build autonomous applications. And so you know one of the things that I'm sorta hopeful for that will come into the world in the not-too-distant future is some technologies. That may help my grandmother. So I'm I'm lucky enough to have a grandma that's still still alive. She's eighty nine years old and lives in a very rural place in Virginia And she can still drive which is awesome but the day is coming where she's not going to be able to To drive her car car in the same way that she is right now and Like then it begs the question of how she has access to all of the things that she needs in order to help her live and independent life. So how does she get her prescription medicines. Like how does she get her groceries and You know just just sort of the staple things that she needs to exist. And one of the things that I think could be really incredibly beneficial with these self driving thing. Technologies is Like the possibility that you'll be able to have autonomous deliveries for people like my grandmother. I think you're absolutely right. I think the potential for the stuff is really fantastic. So let's hear more about some of the potential for this technology from Chris Aronson Guest today is Chris. Samson Christie's the CO founder and CEO Vera accompanied the bill self driving vehicle technology before founding Aurora he was CTO. Google self driving car program prior to that. Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he was the technical director of the Darpa urban and grand challenge teams. I'm really excited to hear what he's up to these days. Hey Chris the the show. Thanks for having me so I love to start by learning how you got interested in technology in the first place as a kid. Were you taking engineering classes or programming classes when you were in high school. So are you discover that in college back. When I was in high school there wasn't really computer science at high school And so I Bought Oughta some kind of Tandy x eighty six clone or whatever Back when I was in probably ninth or tenth grade from money for my paper route A- and you know tried to learn to program at first where you go you know you don't if you recall this but you go to the bookstore and you'd buy You know this paperback for Back Book. That was program whatever it was and it was just the source code listing and this before C. D. Roms even pete which people probably don't even remember that that's right we Before that actually bought a commodore sixty four and of course that was exciting. Because it didn't have tape drive right right or it didn't have a floppy drive floppy yeah and five and a quarter inch. Discs that's what had YEP YEP so anyway so we was doing that and then this language C. Plus plus which seemed to be the hot new thing And so started. Actually the first programs I really learned with C. Plus plus. Wow that's rough. Yeah yeah it was a little crazy. A I mean I guess on some some level like CPS was challenging lodging first language. But the good thing is after you've mastered as downhill it's all downhill And so did. Did you know from all of this experience in high school that you wanted to get a computer science and engineering. Gary you know up in Canada so apply to you you know variety of schools got into into a couple of them And then in my senior here I met a girl Turns out now. She's my wife. And decided I wanted to stay at the University of Manitoba which is right in central Canada and Manitoba and got into the computer engineering? School computer. Seem like you know they had a future.

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Apple Arcade Launches At $5 Per Month

The Polygon Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Apple Arcade Launches At $5 Per Month

"Apple Arcade finally launched a five dollars a month which was I talking about this on rocket and we're before the news of pricing in came out and we're debating it and I had assumed it was going to start at ten and Christina Warren now working at Microsoft formerly of Gizmodo guest five and and as soon as she said that I was like Holy Shit. I don't think they're going to do that but that would be. Literally the the best possible price point that they could choose for this service it makes so much sense and Lo and behold they did launch at five so five dollars a month and access to. I think it's something like two hundred games. I think so I I mean you can't even fathom that many games at this point. It's a lot of games it was. It was great so I was on vacation like all last week. I was in Texas on bad WIFI at my my mom's house because she lives in the country and has satellite. It's not great but I was like I'm going to download Iowa's thirteen on this on this terrible. Wifi and I did so great I installed it and also in Seoul the IOS thirteen Beta because it's not out on ipad and played eight a couple of games that I played most importantly cyanide. Oh wild hearts wait before you talk about that game which I'm very excited to hear about changes have a quick question about APP arcade yeah. Let's talk about the yes so okay so you said there's like two hundred ish games on there yes so these are games that have to opt in to being available elbaum. It's not like okay. If you subscribe you get access to any of our games. It's like these are the games that are exclusively respectively part of this yet. These games apple approached good game developers and publishers. A lot of people square next has games on there from like the octopus traveler team or there's a follow up from us to to Monument Valley Monument Valley thank you there's a a game by Zach Gage which I'll talk about a bit but like a lot of games that are incredible. CAPCOM has a game just just like a lot of big participants in this program so they're all new games rob market or there's also existing game so a couple or existing in that slake overland land which is coming to switch and Sinar wild hearts also on switch like some of those are switch games but these are also going. They're only available on mobile in Apple Arcade. Oh Wow so that includes on mobile Sinar Wild Heart yes okay so that means also when you stop subscribing to abl arcade which is also you can get a free trial this month which school once you stop subscribing you can no longer play those games. It's kind of like playstation plus yeah basically yeah

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Sam Altman: Entrepreneurial Prodigy, Y Combinator President and OpenAI CEO

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

13:47 min | 1 year ago

Sam Altman: Entrepreneurial Prodigy, Y Combinator President and OpenAI CEO

"Hello and welcome to behind the tech. I'm christina warren senior club advocate at microsoft and i'm kevin scott today. Our guest is sam altman. Sam is a entrepreneur and investor. Sam was <hes> for while the president of y combinator. Which is the most successful startup incubator i think without argument in the entire world and recently same became the chief executive officer of organization called open a is that is seeking to build general artificial intelligence inside of a nonprofit structure sure so that the value that creates a cruise to the public good yeah that's right and this is one of the rare times where we have a guest on that. I actually know that i actually we have have known before. He was sam altman. You're not so fast. Tell us a little bit about that. I didn't know that so when when sam was doing loops his first start up. I was as a reporter at nashville and i used to cover startups. All the time and loops was actually one of my favorites not so much because i thought that what they were doing was the most revolutionary solution everything in the world but because sam was so incredibly smart he was always three or four steps ahead of the whole industry was doing and although that ended up not necessarily working on loops favor i actually remember. I sent him an email. When when loops made its exit that said you know you. You might not love what's happening now but i have no doubt that whatever you go onto the future. You're going to be amazing and that's going to be honest. That's probably the only time i've ever send email like that. <hes> and it's is really true. Sam as sam is a super super impressive guy like not not just in the sense that he's like really bright but that he's very determined to like make big things happened. <hes> and how much weight loop was an interesting the company in in that it was like sort of ahead of its time it was it was doing the location based thing before the four squares and the goal is is and facebook were thing a lot of the stuff that he was imagining like now become just sort of a standard feature set that any modern mobile application is is more or less built on top of so he predicted like this whole big thing that was happening. Timing was <hes> like less than great without us. The whole thing you know every time i would. I would get on the phone with him or meet. In person i would talk. I would just walk away and think this is the most impressive founder i've ever met and so although hello he's been successful beyond what i ever could have expected i also have the same not at the slightest surprise yeah no some of the stuff that he has been doing with entrepreneurship and trying to help <hes> like really smart motivated entrepreneurs like find on their way to having impacts like has been amazing and the stuff that he's doing right now with <hes> with open again like getting a bunch of like very very bright individuals visuals sort of rallied around this very interesting 'cause like also super impressive well. I can't wait to hear what he's up to and hear your conversation nations. I'm excited to chat with sam so let's do <music> next up with sam. Altman Altman sam is an entrepreneurial prodigy. I believe he started his first company when he was nineteen years old and that was where <hes> where you and i first met since then you have gone on to become an enormously successful investor president of y combinator through one of its most interesting runs in its history and most recently <hes> you become c._e._o. Of open i which you know obviously we just did a partnership with <hes> you all <hes> but like that partnership notwithstanding like open is <hes> unquestionably doing some of the most interesting things and contemporary very artificial intelligence so welcome show. Thanks very much so i think we we met the first time when you were when you were at luke. <hes> like i was actually doing <hes> like i was adventure nearing at <hes> at another mobile startup at the same time <hes> and <hes> and that was sort of an interesting like crazy. I'm <music>. I'm like one of those things where you sort of. I guess both of us and like in our own way were <hes> like experiencing the explosion asian of a brand new platform ecosystem <hes> and so you did that for eight years and then you took this year all and then and i took over i see yeah <hes> so you you went to stanford yeah and what did you choose to major in their a computer science. I actually took mostly non computer science classes which at the time sorta felt indulgent and looking backwards that was all the super valuable stuff <hes> <hes> so the time that i spent like taking writing classes or studying history or particular study in science like hard science <hes> <hes> have a big impact for the next ten years <hes> but after that <hes> those are all the most aiba classes. I was going to learn to program no matter what i was going to be good at no matter what and you were. How good a programmer were you by the time you got to stanford like with the programming assignments were easy horrid. They were the first freshman year was easy and then it heart okay. You know i think as you're thinking about how we educate our kids like that's a great luxury to like. Have by the time you get to college. You've already got a reasonably good skill. Oh and then you can sort of do this exploration. That's a that's an incredibly beneficial thing yeah like i. I'm sure you do too like i think the education system in general there's just not nearly ambitious enough but <hes> i think like i was incredibly lucky to go to an amazing high school and i learned a lot of the sort of basic skills knowledge. Certainly i had learned how to learn and so by the time i got to college i could just pursue stuff. I didn't have to. I think really hard about just making everything done for my major. Yep done a lot of that yep. So how did you get started in tech. There was this period of time that i was born. Smack in the middle of of like kids who hit the computer revolution exactly right yeah <hes> <hes> where like the computers started easy enough to work with where we could figure it out on our own and then they like kinda got the right time for us. Yep i was born very lucky time from that yeah <hes> in a lot of a lot of people who have gone on to sort of start reporting companies would be technology. Investors were born in relatively short window. It seems like i i say this a lot like i feel the same thing so i. I got lucky to be an eleven year old like right win. The personal computing boom was say yeah like like right when the personal computers started showing up hooked up to a little thirteen inch t._v.'s in department stores like that was that was when i was developing as a human being a very interesting question is what are these sort of seven to twelve year olds now like what is that technological revolution going to be that they're going to grow up with an it's super like i've got a <hes> like a nine year old an eleven year old right now and so do you have a guest guest then what it'll be. I don't know it's really hard hard to say and i don't know whether i don't know whether i would have had guests <hes> back then. When i was right in the middle of it i certainly would not have. I think it's sorta hard to tell <hes>. I know that their expectations are fundamentally different. <hes> the mind were so like they just they expect a world where you can talk to computers and where you touch them and they don't understand people programming content for you that you <hes> that you sort of have to consume based on their abstract understanding of your preferences like they they you just sort of watch what they want and read what they want whenever they want i mean it's very very different than we were when we were little kids but like i don't know what the technology thing is. Is that <hes>. This is going to captivate their interest. One of the things that was magic but computers is you could go very far in terms of what you can do with them but you could start start easily as a kid like maybe synthetic bio is going to be the thing but like we're not gonna have like seven year olds playing in the lab making new orleans. I don't think maybe we will and like just easy to start with which is synthetic bio like you would hope that that would be a thing because like the benefit to humanity entity if you could have a whole generation who were as enthused by that is we were with computers. It's like i think that would be beneficial. <hes> <hes> you know maybe maybe if you can get a bunch of that stuff in a simulation environment where the cost of doing an experiment wasn't so high but like something like. I think it has to be something i mean like your point about. It's it's always something always starts looking kind of toy and it just keeps going yeah so i don't know what it is right now. Which is i think a curious <hes> a curious thing. I never said we didn't know what it was when it was computers first place yeah well what what i'm what i'm yeah i certainly didn't. I'm and i'm confident what is going to happen is that they're going to be the ones who figure it out <hes> for sure yeah <hes> <hes> so and so you took all of this <hes> like amazing. It's almost like a liberal education and in a <hes> in a way i think the two strategies to succeed in life. Are you either go super deep in one field of knowledge or you go extremely broad and i've always been go extremely brought and find the connections and sort of be good at the intersection. So what was the what was the most interesting non computer science thing you took when you were at stanford <hes> uh the most intellectually satisfying thing ever physics <hes> the thing this surprisingly most relevant one was creative writing yep and so there's nothing that's more fun than a great business class right like just the most intellectually stimulating by what was your favorite physics class. Ooh <hes> well. I'll answer my favorite physics book <hes> but it's related to my class. <hes> quantum electrodynamics. I think is the best science book ever written <hes> answering murray gilman's by richard feynman okay and it's like a series of four or lectures but everyone always like wants to focus on the parts of physics we don't perfectly understand and then there's a few areas where they're incredibly beautiful and and we clearly like we don't understand what's happening like in an easily model level but the math we understand perfectly <hes> and that was this example and there was a class i took that was basically teaching this of like wow like there's this big piece of reality that we actually just perfectly understand. Are we understand well enough to work within model and you know it's amazing so quantum electrodynamics just for the <hes> for the audience <hes> who is <hes> also pretty broad <hes> so this is the this is the study of the leave very very small scale interactions everything but gravity yeah but all of the other forces between particles yeah. It is fascinating stuff. I highly i recommend the book. It's a short read. There's no math in it. <hes> it's really fun so why not become a physicist well physics has been a bad field to go into as a career for a long time now and i remember there. Was this thing where all of the kids that were studying. Physics at stanford ended up going to like work in finance <hes> at which i almost briefly got tempted to <hes> actually accepted an offer to be an intern and then i realized i really didn't want to do that but there was clearly something wrong with physics as a career path the time i i was there. Maybe it's better now just just in the sense that it was going to be hard to get a job. All the really smart physics kids weren't going to physics after they graduated gotcha and that that was like computer science kids were going to do some sort of programming and so it was like i think maybe physics just got too hard or the problems got too trivial or something but it's like. It was very hard to see what i was gonna do. I still studied out of interest but it was like i could sort of sense at the time it was not the right career trajectory and so let's talk about this creative writing thing like in what ways is that useful to you now. <hes> actually agree with your assertion that fabulously ability useful why was it why see certainly the highest leverage on time thing i could ever do was right startup advice yep like the not secret secret too. I see is that <hes> we started because p._g. Is incredible at writing assez and was able to sort of create a friend and a community in a nexus just from his essays <hes> no one else will be as good at writing as p._g. But i was over the bar i was able to continue that like i was well. Well aware it was worse but it was good enough to keep the funnel going. <hes> and you know like you can write something in a couple of hours and get hundred thousands of people to read it and many of them complied why <hes> or later do or come. We're gonna waste company and so that was like <hes> like one of the important important jobs. I think of the person writing why cease to be able to write reasonably well about startups and was was it important as c._e._o. Of looped <hes> no no not at all yeah so again. There were all these like things that i studied college

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"christina warren" Discussed on Download

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Download

"I on Shelly Brisbane Natalie Jarvi, mega Maroney defender hardware. Shaheed Kamal Ahmad, Mike sergeant Christina, Warren, Michael Gordon Berg. Women's and earlier Andy nocco and the list goes on. Those are sort of some people who've been on five or six and up times, a lot of people voices. You haven't heard before unrealized some of whom came became rela- host after they were on this show and other people who are doing stuff out there in podcasts or will be in the future, that I think are worth listening to so. So, yeah, it's that, that part of it, I feel like we did what we intended to do, which was get some, a lot of interesting people and have conversations with them. And although we are just not capable of doing that going forward. I'm really happy of all the people that we've been able to talk to over the last couple of years. That's really when I look back on this project. That's what I'm the most pleased with that we had a broad diverse set of guest, panelist and a budget of those people. We've spoken to multiple times with on and off the air. And hopefully some of them will continue to be on really add love for all this people have shows on the network. Yeah. And that is what I will miss the most is, is getting to talk some really smart people in different parts of our industry about that. He's hand and I'm gonna I'm gonna need to get Nedal Jarvi on his a guest on upgrade every now and then to talk about us media for upstream because she's she's great at that. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. So it's sad. We're not going to be in your in your podcast box next week or thereafter. But before we go, we will try to cheer you up with a fuzzy puppy update, I will say something about the fuzzy puppy update. It is a fun idea. And I'm glad we've kept doing it. I do think it speaks to another thing about doing the show for the last two years, that you and I didn't anticipate, which is just how grim some of the tech news got. And, you know, the truth is that is part of it, too, is. Is I like how I can focus on some of the areas of the tech industry that I think are fun, and good for humanity and this show in a good way, but also in a really demoralizing way has forced me to focus on aspects of the tech industry that are unpleasant, and bad for humanity every single week so much so that we had to create a whole segment to cheer us up which was the fuzzy puppy update. And, you know, I'm aware of those issues, but it's one of those things where in my career I can I have a little bit of the ability to choose my areas that I like to cover, and I've always chosen the areas that are sort of like cool, new stuff, and isn't this interesting, new products, and not, oh, here's a social media network, that is destroying humanity. Yeah. Anyway, what I'm saying is a recently adopted puppy disappeared during a car, crash in flagstaff. Arizona. The, the driver of the car rolled his SUV on route sixty six stork route sixty six and flex and had to be airlifted to a hospital in Phoenix. They didn't. Nobody saw the dog..

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Microsoft will ship a full Linux kernel in Windows 10

This Week in Tech

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft will ship a full Linux kernel in Windows 10

"Has been trying to developers and one of the ways they did it was with something called L S W the link subsystem for windows, which allowed us an emulator though, wasn't really Lennox. It allowed you to run Lennox binary on windows in in a way that really honestly was not ideal. But it was make developers feel better because they have their tools, but there were some real performance significant performance issues. And I mean, I I really gave it the benefit of that. I put on a very fast computer, really tried and even with the most recent version of L S w was small file handling was so slow that you could just watch, you know, watch the grass grow while you were loading files or compiling things all the things developers want to do which is process small files. So I think Microsoft, no, they I asked Christina Warren about this a couple of weeks ago in the show. She said, yeah, we know we know it's. Problem. And so their decision. She must have known this at the time. She's Ray cagey decision was why do why is in windows. So it's a special version Lennox Colonel at Microsoft, it's actually fairly old version the links kernel that Microsoft's going to modify to fit well within windows. I'm gonna go out on a limb. I think. Build twenty twenty-five. My Christmas is just going to say just say, and now windows is Lennox.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I have like enterprise max -perience now, I like us into sometimes and know the. Pains and pleasures of trying to print from corporate printers as a MAC user interface environment, which I hadn't really had before. So. Glad to always be back and to talk with you both. All right. So Christina Warren year over at Microsoft at any place on Twitter or in worship people go if they want to keep up with you say you want to follow me on Twitter, Instagram, whatever at film underscore, girl. I tweet a lot usually about pop culture in tech things and some other stuff. My Instagram is also film underscore girl. If you wanna see the videos that I do at work, go to YouTube dot com slash Microsoft developer. I have a really fun show that I do every week called this beacon channel nine where I like to wear nerdy shirts every week. And I actually think it's a pretty good show. It's an overview kind of, you know, tech developer Centric news. And I obviously a co host on rocket on on this very network on really FM I recommend everybody who's into Instagram follow Christina because she does so much travel that she put some great pictures up. It's always enjoy your stories when you're on the road to hope. Hopefully, I'll be looking at Milan Milan to. Yes. Yes. You definitely. Well, you definitely will. All right. So we're the MAC power users. You can find his over at relay Donna him slash NPR news, Stephen working folks, find you five twelve pixels dot net. All right. I'm over at max, Burke dot com, I'm gonna put a shout out from my Instagram account to I've been doing a lot more of that lately. I'm at mex- barky, I'm Instagram. If you want to follow me there. Hope you enjoyed I had a lot of fun last week. I went to the Phnom show and a bunch of pictures of me playing saxophone and just kind of good times and Stephen d do Instagram. I do I'm over there as Stephen M Hackett. All right. We'll check that out. Thank you to our sponsors. However, Luna display smile when one password and thank you again, Christina for coming in sharing your time with us today so much for having me. All right. We'll see all next week..

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I'm just watching it slide for we're just waiting for it to veer left or right. So I can just realize I have to buy new one at that point. Right. You know, but it stayed in the perfect center of the. Well, it so I'm sitting there, and I I lean out over the sea and kept my head on the pencil the entire time. I like would not look at anything else. And 'cause if somebody reached out and grabbed I wanted to recognize the hand, and then I as soon as we gated I unbuckled and ran up fifteen miles and got my pencil. Not. I love it. It was like, I don't know you couldn't plan it that way. No, totally. I I'll be honest. That's one of the reasons why I don't tend to use the pencil on an airplane. I travel with it. But I tend not to take it out because I'm afraid of things like that happening even with like the new magnets setup. I Mike gonna lose this. That's okay. I didn't have the fear. But now, I do so. Thank thanks. You're welcome. You're welcome everybody. You're welcome. It's ruined for everyone. So, but now when you get on a plane Christine, do you get you bring the thirteen inch macbook pro. I mean, what is the tech load out when you've got a long flight. I usually don't take it out. But sometimes I do. Yes. So my my lap, my laptop bag is ridiculous. So I carry I travel with a windows laptop and macbook just because I need a backup. Usually some sort of a little mini hard-drive, disks, whatever cables galore. My ipad. Battery pack headphones cable of every type. When applying international I'm usually flying business class. I'm very lucky that way. And so in that case puts long enough light than you can pull it the MAC book and work on it. But it just kind of depends some if I'm doing like a one day thing. I'm just going to San Francisco to record a podcast and I'm coming back the exact same day. I usually don't bring my laptop. That's always the question. You know, what point you that gets back to the beginning about the ipad and the software constraints? It's like, you know, at what point do you have to bring the big boy. Yeah. Exactly. Because like in a perfect world. Like, I could be presenting from PowerPoint on from from my ipod using USB. But they're just, but but because of some of the demos and the things that I do in the presentation, I can't so yeah. What's the biggest technology failure? You've ever had on a trip. Oh, I've had like full on system crashes before this isn't minute. Microsoft thankfully, knock on wood. I've had full system crashes like happy. Go to the apple store. Oh, actually, probably the biggest one have you on that was in two thousand ten I was on a trip to Miami. And I got out of a cab, and it was yellow cabinet paid in cash. And I realize as soon as I stepped out of the cab, but I'd left my iphone in the cab around actor. I'm and I wasn't able to track it down. And I had a meeting with somebody at a meeting with pay pal executive that day, and I had to go to the apple store, and south beach and buy brand new iphone three GS, and they call AT and T and did the whole thing with me. This was before find my phone was free and sign up for mobile me. Again, even though I didn't want it to. So I could get the find my phone feature on the new phone. The apple store people were kind. They hugged me I paid five six hundred dollars whatever for a new phone because I wasn't you know, out of my contract, and that was pretty bad those boscell before I cloud on any of that. But that story ended up turn out good because fast forward about six hours. Later, I'm at this conference. And I get the Email from somebody saying did you lose a phone and someone in Little Havana, which is very far from south beach had found my phone in the back of a cab had tracked on my Email..

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"But so with all your geek skills. I mean you've been in this apple community for a long time. And you're doing lots of travel now, can you share any tips with us for your technology or otherwise as we're all planning trips? Definitely. Okay. So I have the airfli- the air pod. I guess like a lawyer I fly, maybe that's what it was called whatever. Whatever the USB, we're not used to be but at bluetooth to headphone, Jack adapter that told south Manx that you can plug into your airplane seat. And basically use your system with your air pods or any other bluetooth phones, you can use other types of those too. But I did like the twelve south one in it. That's really good. I use that for headphones. I'm actually I don't use air pods because I want the noise cancelling. So I had the Stony W H one thousand XM m-2 headphones. But I lost them when I was in Atlanta over the holidays. And so I got the XM threes which are new there three hundred and fifty dollars they're expensive. But they have amazing noise canceling fantastic battery life and their USB charging. And I didn't think that USB charging would be one of those things that would make a difference for me. But now the ipad. Had is USB and my macbook is USB. I want to keep as few connectors as possible. So those headphones for noise cancelling for battery life argest stunning. They they feel great to they're really comfortable. You wore them on on nineteen hours for the flights each way last week. I'm about to put them on for like thirteen fourteen hours with the flights today. I also would say getting a good USB battery pack is something that is I would recommend to any heavy traveler what capacity you get is up to you. I got something from a company called Santo. They had like the, hyper juice. It was a Kickstarter. I got it because I was part of the early backers. It's I think vailable on indie gogo now. But I'm not they seem to be a little bit delayed. It's good it's expensive. But it's good. Murphy is making one that is not quite as powerful that is shipping. More by the available. When I like about the what I like about the San Jose battery is that it actually will do one hundred watt output of USB, you could fully charge like at full capacity, a fifteen inch map book pro, but it also output at sixty watts and it's it's the highest capacity that you can carry on an airplane. You probably don't need all that power. But I really like having a USB battery because that way it makes it really easy to charge. Your phone not your phone charge. Your ipad charge, your laptop charge your headphones. And then the battery also has a regular USB port on it. So you can charge your phone too. But I find like having a big battery pack is invaluable because you never know what's going to happen. Good headphones, and then, you know, downloading content from like, Amazon or Netflix where I tunes before you go is is. One of the things that I do before I leave the house and make sure that I have like movies and books and other stuff loaded. So those are kind of my mic tips. I guess I should say when I was just coming back from Seattle just last week as the plane was landing. I this is historic. Stephen. I I took the ipad out of the pocket in front of the seat as the plane was landing put it in my bag and just as I was about to put it in my bag. The pilot hit the brakes and simultaneously the magnetic link between the pencil and the ipad failed and the pencil hit the center of the aisle like a toboggan. And as he hit the brakes it just slid forward like fifteen rose center. The this is perfectly white apple pencil. And I'm sitting in there strapped in the plane's breaking..

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Drafts more traditional notes app. Capacity where you're going into existing drafts and working on those it depends. If I'm starting from scratch, then I will just opened up at the blank document. And then just, you know, welcome back to another episode of this week on channel nine I'm your host, Christina Warren, blah, blah, blah, actually. So last year a little over a year ago. I was crossing the street any pedestrian crosswalk, that's important to note. And I was hit by a car and go figure I live in New York for for years. Never had any issues was in Seattle for. For less than a year and was hit by a car and. I was okay. But I broke my wrist my right wrist, and I'm right handed, and that made, you know, the first few weeks, I was actually in a splint where I didn't have any mobility of my hand at all. And I had very little use of my fingers touch things on my phone. But but that was limited let alone using a keyboard. Once I got the cast. It was fine. But I was in a splint for for for three weeks and. Drafts was really useful. Because I was using the voice to text feature as well as some of the other kind of shortcuts and things that I built in over the years to do one handed editing, and without that, I don't know if I would have been able to do a lot of the script stuff that I do at work, honestly, because I I've never cared more about accessibility. And really realized how important that is until I had a temporary disability, and I've really become more committed to try to keep my eyes open, and and pay attention to those things, but but that was like an app, and that workflow like the iphone workflow, you know, it's it's hard to use a computer even an ipad when you are only one handed, especially if it's like, a temporary thing, and you're not you're not used to it. But with the phone it was much easier for me to to kind of you still get a lot of things done. You can go to a big deal because nuance seems to. Be kind of leaving the premises with respect to apple and. One of my favorite features of drafts. Is it has the ability to record dictation without a timer where every other app does it. I think it's kind of a trick that the developer pull I almost hesitant to talk about on the show. I know people from apple listen, I don't want to like it shut down on it. But if you're having dictation on Iowa's drafts is probably the best place to do it. You still have to be aware of that timer because it kind of does a little like reset once in a while. Right. But if you're careful with it, you can just keep going in. Yeah. Nice. Oh now is the thing for me. Right. Is that a lot of it was I just wanted to keep going and you're right. There's other things they timeout. And you've got to start over again. And and for my workflow, you know, like that just wasn't going to work. And so yeah. So it's a drafts was fantastic for that. Ed, and I use it. I use it on on on the ipod as well. But on the phone, especially it's just one of those things I just love to just power through and either. Sometimes I'll edit existing things I have a dropbox folder attached to it. That is also connected. To various computers. In fact, even like, my windows machines that I have connected to visual studio code, and so all of my documents are in one place, and that way, I can just pull MD files or text files or whatever from drafts and just make edits or additions or whatever and just to close the loop. Because I know people are going to ask us would is the app, you're using to run the teleprompter text. There are a lot of good teleprompter apps on I s. IRS and this one actually has. It's really good because it has a apple watch app. And so you can actually start from the apple watch, which is really useful. If you're in a scenario where your camera person is behind the doors, and you don't wanna have like, and you mess up and you want to stop and start again. And you don't want to have to bring somebody else out there to mess up your camera shot, which is one of the things I use..

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I can't help. But feel like a lot of stuff that we thought was not on the table for apple is now on the table. And I'm just really curious to see what happens in next year or two in terms of those types of questions. Yeah. I agree. So now as know speaking of remember once you, and I sitting it out there on the field for hours and watching you do almost all of your work on your iphone? I you are an iphone power user and. Is that still the case with the new gig? Yeah. Definitely definitely like I was saying before outlook as a male client is fantastic. And it's interesting I still use mail dot up. But I used now primarily because I don't want to mix my work, and my personal and is not that I that I'm worried about like the intermixing of the two spheres like I have access to my work Email in the mail dot up. But I keep outlook solely for work stuff. Just because it's easier for me to compartmentalize. But that op is really great. And I love it because it's the calendars integrated which seems like such a simple thing, and I know other apps to it too. But it is for me somebody who deals with calendar stuff all the time really useful the office apps. I also use those are web the way our authentication works. We have a system called share point, which is where people can share things, and you obviously have like online versions of documents and other things and in some ways it's actually easier to stay logged in. In Iowa than it is to have to reauthenticate over and over again on a desktop so yeah, I still use I o s for a ton of things. I use a absolute drafts tech Senator all the time, especially when I'm writing scripts and I'm collecting things, and I might be like in. Uber or lift on my way to work, but I'm coming in later in the afternoon instead of in the morning, and I might be making some changes to the text file that I'm gonna then send to the teleprompter, which is an ipad that I'm going to be reading off of and making those changes, and I still yeah. I still do a ton of stuff on on my phone. There's certainly hammer just ripped in for short. I think it was an interesting work. So so you are capturing the techs retell a proper and drafts. And then do you run it to the teleprompter directly from graphs or does it go somewhere else? I I say to dropbox the teleprompter app. Reads from dropbox. Gotcha. And then drafts. Usually when you open it. We'll give you. I mean, that's what the name is where it gives you a blank screen every time open it up are you doing that? Or you'd.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"But it really I thinks I would venture to say the naming the initial naming might have had some, you know. Understanding problems with it. You know, people might have assumed that that it was only good if you were running windows servers virtually and whatnot, and we've certainly expanded our services, and our off offerings a whole lot in the last couple of years, it's gone through a lot of changes very quickly. You know, obviously, Amazon has a great product. And they've been doing things for a really long time. We are doing our best to have equally good products. And and in some cases, even be industry leading for things. Like, our our managed Cooper, Netease service and things like that. But yeah, you're right in the last few years is when you start to hear like the analyst talk more about Azure, revenue and whatnot. And it's become a bigger part of the business. And and that's because more and more companies are using the cloud because it makes more sense than owning or renting their their own hardware and maintaining that stuff. And so having a lot of data centers and being really good at managing this data centers and having services that will run well and efficiently. And whatnot is a good thing. So it's become a bigger part of the business. I would say in the last five years really the last three we've seen a bunch of changes and one of the challenges that we face as advocates is that if somebody used the product of a few years ago things are very different now the things change very quickly. And but the feet both in features and capabilities and so trying to keep up to date on all those things. But also, you know, hoping that people will give it another chance. They'll take a look at it if they're going to use something else. And then because we it's more than just like hosting an app, we also have, you know, machine learning an AI frameworks to do stuff. Like, if you want to do that type of thing, and we have other cognitive services like speech tax star. Image recognition and and stuff like that. There. There are a lot of different options. And so trying to kind of let people know, hey, you can do this on Azure, is as.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"And I know that the team must have worked really hard on it. But it into your point. I mean, I'm not just saying this because I work at Microsoft. I was saying this sort of thing before I did like I think that on the mobile, especially some of the products are best in class. I put it up against anybody. I've been saying for three years the best g mail client. You can get an IOS is outlook. And I think that when you look at especially if you have office three sixty five what you can do on an ipad pro with office. I'm just going to say it. I think it's. Superior to what you can do in pages or numbers. So, you know, take that for what you will. But. What, you know inherent bias as I say saying that. But I think the the experience is really good, and that's alternately really good for for consumers. I used to joke. You know, one of my bits when I talked to people's like if five years ago, we're going to tell you that there there's two companies Microsoft and Google in five years from now one of them is going to be a class a player on the ipad with the most recent software updates and supporting the most recent features and the other one's going to lag behind like eighteen months now guess which is which you know, who would have thought it would be Microsoft that that being said that as you were talking. It has dawned on me that now I have a window or an angle into the Iowa's word team the app, I use everyday for hours. So I'm going to start seeking you lists just be warned. You can throw him in a trash. I can't guarantee that I can get done. But I do know people I will put things in. I put you in contact or I will send your your feedback through the right channels. Let's just put it that way. So Stephen, no, you using Microsoft stuff that much at this point. I excel for a couple of things sort of like closing relays into the month stuff. But we have basically all on G suite at work. It was the better option when we started, and we haven't really looked elsewhere. But you know, I keep office installed. I do stuff in it. But Google is still sort of my bread and butter day to day and Christina. I don't think we've really explained what is it that you're doing to the extent you can talk about it inside that big spill. So I'm a developer advocate. And so I work on the developer relations team within Azure. And basically most of our advocates are focused on specific technology areas where they have expertise, and they go into their communities, which usually have been places where they've had big followings before they joined Microsoft, and and listen to both both share new things that are happening in cool technologies. Whether they're directly related to what Microsoft is doing or not. But also listen to feedback from from users and then work with the product teams because of my background. I'm more of kind of a jack-of-all-trades master of none sort of person. So I don't have a specific technology focus area. But I do do a lot of our video unconscious strategy. So I have a we have a YouTube channel Microsoft developer where we do a lot of developer focus contents throughout Microsoft ecosystem and the web ecosystem. And I do I do weekly new show on that. But I also contribute..

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All the rumors and leaks surrounding the 2019 iPad and iPad mini 5

iMore

02:45 min | 1 year ago

All the rumors and leaks surrounding the 2019 iPad and iPad mini 5

"About a new ipad mini coming out. And apple has pro in two sizes. They have the eleven inch and the twelve point nine inch. And they have a nine point seven inch ipad non-pro and the rumor is the ipad mini is also going to be a non-pro know, you'll have a nine point seven in Japan. Many non-pro nine point seven point nine and nine point seven non pros eleven and twelve point nine pros. And part of the reason that I had pro I think can get more expensive and more day. She's is that you have these other ipads that are getting slush expensive. So yes, it sucks. The ipad. Pro is. Seven hundred bucks now. But hey, look at how cheap the regular ipad is getting and I would love apple to do that with phones. So instead of people saying the the ten and the tennis and the tennis max so expensive go even lower than the tower. Have like have the have a ten are at the iphone e size and ten are that slightly bigger and have to separate phone lines one that you can let get expensive because the other one is is more budget friendly every time, right? Yeah. Yeah. Just kind of mixing it up. So that people have difference like financial categories have the option of going all in with the most expensive or choosing something that's more budget friendly. But still a great phone. I think the the reason I ended up switching over to ten last year. And now tennis this year. Instead of keeping the is that it's it's three years old. There's there's no denying the camera. If I yeah. If I didn't work in industry that I work in I would still be using an essay because that that would have that satisfies all of my needs. But because I have to kind of be on top of the most the most current kind of technological things. I switched over to ten because it was the most comfortable phone that apple had made since SE. So this, you know, six plus seven plus eight plus were not they were uncomfortable for me. I didn't like them and the the ten when I got it. I even thought, you know, try for a few months, but I'll probably switch back to ESI and fit in my hand better. It's still a little too big. But it certainly much closer to to the than any of the other ones in that that point I just needed to switch so Georgia, Christina Warren. He'll go, you know, what they're maxing. It really is a tiny. I used to hands. Don't you? Judge me. I don't use two hands. I use one hand. I just that's the way I do it. So for me, I totally respect that. Team nature and and community that sort of based around because I see people quite a bit actually talk about their love of those smaller screen devices.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

"Thanks to drafts for their support of this show and all relay FM, and I just wanna just wanna say I've been using this app for years like as a pain user early after Christina Warren yacht. No in any. It's is genuinely mean like if you're if you're really into into kind of your note taking system, it's a really really good. But I love about it is that if you wanna do interesting things with your tax like if you want to export a certain variant of markdown or or smother, you really customize how stuff works it works billion with that. You know, you can save it to various clouds imperfect. Various clouds, it's yeah. It's my defaults attacks editor for shore for anything that I do in Iowa and. I'm a big big fan. There's also there's a MAC version beta right now. But oh, so so that's really good to you know, syncs, everything with cod. But yeah, I mean, it's it's like this is like one of my like genuine like I've have a folder that's called drafts that I sync and dropbox that I use is like my even with editors that aren't traffic that I use everywhere. So that because drafts is my is my go to thing. Yeah. I should not be surprised, and I'm not surprised Christina Warren, always one step ahead of the curve, Christina Warren, text editor lover, but. Yeah, no for real. I have to say actually, it was funny. It was last year when I broke my breasts, and I couldn't type drafts using a lot of editors this. But this one worked really well having like kind of Syria integration or whatever worked really well in terms of letting me speak to it. And then bring in my voice. But then also like edit the way I needed to in the. Export to the right format that I needed to get into the teleprompter. So it like it helped by workflow. 'cause that's something. I do that. I write in a certain way, I have to expert and certain format for the teleprompter. And like I can do that in two taps rather than having to to do much by the higest. Download it. So I'm going to have fun. Hey, it's time for dessert. Oh, exciting excited for this all week. So. Oh. This week. You are a fool online. If you.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

"Warren bold, which is sounds like a color of lipstick, and I will say September, that is correct. Did it. All right. All right. Well, this next two are just for show. So let's see happens. Okay. Okay. So. Out of the following four celebrities, which one would Christina Warren most like to get into a Twitter. She wanted to tell you the before the very sad. Honestly, joke here the sad news of last week Demi Levato would have been on that list. Obviously she's not now, so. Okay. Here are celebrities would be a Chris Brown, would it be be sprint, sir, Pratt? Would it be see Donald Trump, junior, or would it be g enemy of the show Katy Perry. Oh, man. All right. What three reason? Okay. I'm ruling out Donald Trump junior because I think again, kind of a boring answer. Aren't you wanna talk to exactly exactly. Yep. Chris Brown is a very good one because he did. He is a crap man who abuse Rehana and I think arguing him would be great in theory as long as you win. But I feel like that lacks a sort of classlessness that Christina is known for. Swiss leave. Spencer Pratt in Katy Perry. I feel like she likes Spencer Pratt, who might choose a fan of Spencer Pratt, which definitely does not rule out her wanting to argue with him. Katy Perry's really good one. I'm so torn between the Spencer in Katie but issue to office because she is enemy of enemy Taylor, swift enemy of Taylor swift or go enemy of the show. If she if Christina argued with Katie, she might get attention from Taylor swift, but I think I'm going to say, Spencer Pratt, that answer is wrong kitty. No, it's not Katie. It's one ruled out ginning Trump. View. The fight with also say Chris Brown was a trick question because she already got into huge fight. On Twitter, which was epic. If you saw that I should've known that she'd never will have fight. Spencer Pratt, I guess she wants to just dunk on doll from junior, which I respect our gimme my last question. Okay. Last question. Okay. Christina's middle lot of bad purchase. Yeah, over the history of the show like KFC. What was the KFC think she's shirt? I think alot AFC she plot Channa con- like merchandise, hoodie from Tannock on Christine is not someone known for her pride in purchasing decisions. But one of these purchases fills were Shane, these tech purchases, which is it. Okay. Is it a home pod. Be spectacles. See. Or d. Gold solo to headphones when she already had a pair. Just they were not row school. She loves those headphones. I'm rolling it out. I think that we is interesting, but perhaps as a tech quarter, Christina is happy to have one of probably limited edition. She said that on the show actually. Yeah, a nice. Nice job me home pod. We know that she hates. Apparently she will listened such. She hates it. She said she should die. You're right, that's. That's new on, let's accurate. Yes, journal, no fake news here. And the last one was spectacles. Remember that she wrote it mash -able where she talked about the shame standard can Lund to get spectacles. I raped about them through, but I think she has come full circle back to shame and I think that the spectacles are what she is most ashamed about you. Very sure. I am very sure that answer is correct. Yes. I tell you four out of six is pretty pretty darn good. Simone, Harry, I seen as proud she. She will listen to this one day and she'll be very proud. So. All right, where everybody is this, let's get to our final talk..

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"christina warren" Discussed on Download

Download

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Download

"Yeah but if you're christina warren who subscribes to everything she's can be saving like seven thousand dollars a year scribes everything the issue is the issues with bundles is the fact that we have duopoly in the united states between comcast and verizon right pick your poison they'll send you the same remote the hasn't been updated since nineteen ninetytwo with bad interface and you know you can enjoy the latest in technology from a stranger things like that's that's the issue with this not the actual bundle and companies like as you said carolina working together to get stronger i don't have an issue with that right now i would argue late there's so much competition out there really bringing value for streaming dollars like showtime i feel like i get my money's worth with that hbo apple music net flicks i feel far happier about that in even though i'm sure if you add it all up and it probably costs more than like what cable did ten years ago i feel like the content is much better impart because the competition is so much higher i mean lester see how long cbs might have star trek discovery but when the only other thing is young sheldon i'm not sure that really going to be able to compete in the streaming space so i zero issues with this i think this technology industry best rightly or wrongly i think you list fink that you're spending money on what you want right versus.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

"Oh well okay the these are a little more top tier but congress dot democrat in congress dot republican that's not that's not personal is enough for us but i am having fun searching and they have so many different tld's for me to choose from so we'll be talking about making christina warren into a politician basically if you if you want to buy a domain name hover is a great place to do that not only do they have a super robot sir so you can search any term you want and see what different options come up but they also have like related things if that doesn't quite work out for you it's like will congress didn't work out for me what about conference things like that christina warren there were lots of options for christina related websites so i can start building up my network of christina's on the internet and i will take over christina's domain and will make christina obsolete which is not the point of hover dot com the point of hover dot com is that the allow you to keep your demane slipper from your hosting so that you never have to get stuck with the hosting service that doesn't meet your needs so with go on i heard you in oh i'm taking you know i called them the other day in their technical service is so unbelievably good you know like i can tell you a lot about like you know open g l i know a lot less when it comes to like see name and all the records that have to like setting up a domain name they are so freaking awesome and i talked to some of the most technologically knowledgeable women i've ever worked with on solving technical problem in my life it just really really impressed me so that's what i think is cool is if you work with other hover they're not going to be like sending you over to india like you're you're talking to someone that is here and is very very highly skilled and i could not recommend that more they also offer personalized email that matches your demane so you keep a consistent on landed.

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"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"christina warren" Discussed on Rocket

"Series on on chris christie okay christina warren let me see what comes up i think i owned them all you might yeah not not quite all of them oh i could get my christina warren dot com ha i like that one i my christina warren see when i when i typed in your name it said searching for the next your next great idea and i was like yeah christina warren is migrate idea okay okay okay let's see so we want her to be a politician right i could get christina warren dot pro that would indicate professional i could get you're seeing a warren dot co which should make her business later which our country loves totally iger christina warren dot photo and then i could just put on the website not not a now you would expect because she's not a photographer just one photo of christina okay i like that yeah it's kinda it's minimalist is what it like this is so and of course christina warren dot club which is for your like cool subscriber like these this is the sacred girl that you get this is your password protected website that you give to the people who really really support you as christina warren dot club 'cause like go fishing warned technology this perfect okay i wonder if i can get anything to do with congress 'cause that that's kind of like its own thing i'm looking though i'm looking salsa conference dot com that's totally unrelated but i'm freaking into it.

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"christina warren" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"christina warren" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It's time for twit this week in take christina warren joins oh dr owned jj stone in the and thompson got lots to talk about our video games to blame for the florida shooting the drone that caused a helicopter crash the end of facebook and an amazing deal for a show runner at net flakes as long as he doesn't have to put mickey mouse in stranger things it's all coming up next onto it ruled that net gas gains from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for this week in tech is provided by cash fly at sea a c h e f l y dot com this is twit this week in tech episode 654 recorded sunday february eight t 2018 by by mr aajit pie as we get tech is brought to you by wordpress make wordpresscom your online home plan started his four dollars a month but a wordpresscomtim twit to get 15 percent off your brand new website today and by blue apron the number one fresh ingredients recipe delivery service in the country check out this week's menu and get thirty dollars off your first order with free shipping by going to blueaproncomgordon twit and by rocket mortgage from quickenloans polled plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you could be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash twit too.

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