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eUnited Pitches Merger with OpTic
"Reportedly planning on. Holy owning optic gaming and divesting from NRG. All the news comes out today that United former rival to optic, have proposed a merger with them in documents obtained. By text are two of them is sold as an attempt to help optigro and a unique investment opportunity. Other drives within the documents includes a plan for United to assemble a squad and take on the Halo Esports scene. According to sources, the plant is down likely to move forward as a state of optic gaming under NRG is still under question. However, United did plan to take over office operations to better support, hex and optic. This pitch from United is the latest news from the orc to buy in and get sold or merged with a bigger organization as they failed to buy OverWatch League, team, Houston Outlaws, and a plan for them to go public was terminated following a failed merger with an investment group home. Of unknowns coming down for optic and hacks but we'll keep you updated as best. We can
Covid vaccines: Biden wants 70% with at least 1 shot by July 4
"President. Joe biden announced today. And you go of administering at least one covid. Nineteen vaccine shot to seventy percent of the us adult population by july fourth. He said he also plans to have one hundred and sixty million adults fully vaccinated by that timeframe to meet this goal. Officials say president biden direct tens of thousands of pharmacies to offer walk in appointments and redirect fema resources to support more pop up clinics smaller vaccination sites and mobile clinics.
Apple's 'Walled Garden' Faces Epic Attack in App Store Trial
"Could see its iron control over its APP store appended in a trial beginning today in California epic games that make her a fortnight, says the APP store is an illegal monopoly that squeezes mobile laps for a slice of their profits. Apple is seeking to depict epic as would be
Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai
"Wa wa famous name in terms of mobile devices. Chinese tech giant wa wa technologies has the s f five electric. Suv developed that done in partnership with automotive brands. sarah's which will be sold and marketed by wa wa through its flagship. Stores across china says the driven the s s f five apologies boasts to electric motors. All wheel drive five hundred and forty-three holes palette. It's very impressive nor to sixty two miles them out. North one hundred kilometers now in four point six eight seconds again really impressive. All electric range of one hundred eighty kilometers. That doesn't make any sense because they say it will do that in pure electric mode and by now you might have out. I had to take a while to get to because there's pressure least doesn't explicitly say it. This is a range extender. They said that the range extended family topped up in the tangle to a thousand kilometers. It's a one point five liter four cylinder engine. Which is the rex. But we're worried about the battery bits. And so
Crush at Israeli Religious Festival Kills 44
"Workers in Israel. See it least 44 people have been killed on more than 100 injured in a crash at a Jewish festival. Tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews had gathered at the foot of Mount Meron in the north of the country. Sean Bateman reports from Jerusalem. That were huge crowds to the event where tens of thousands of mostly ultra Orthodox Jewish pilgrims head to the gravesite of a second century rabbi marking the festival of Lag before mayor a concert was taking place with packed stands. Initial reports suggested part of the structure collapsed. The paramedics say the tragedy was caused by a crush after people slipped in an overcrowded walk wave eye witnesses described chaotic scenes. With rescue workers struggling to reach those trapped Children separated from missing parents under a communications blackout is the mobile phone network collapsed. The
Steve Wilson from QCode Media
"We should do is just let steve tells about q code beginning and then we'll drag him back to premium podcasting topic. So why don't you give us the four one one on what you're doing over your code. What will share. Thanks guys So yeah i code I'm chief strategy. Officer code really specializes in immersive scripted. Fiction podcast so these are fully sound design scripted shows that often have you know amazing stories ayla celebrity talent and are produced in a really high technical level We mix master at dolby. Atmos and do some really cool things in the audio for listeners. Who haven't experienced fiction before these are shows that kind of hearkens back to the old radio days You know war. The world's is an apt analogy to what people are familiar with. But rather than using the sort of old techniques of production coconuts and wash words and those kinds of things. These are producer really high level and an amazing listening experience. Something that really is a great addition to everyone's like diverse podcast listening experience actions in trying to do something a little bit different. You know prior to joining code. I spent a long time at apple. where i did editorial partner relations and marketing on apple podcasts. Before that i actually still worked in podcasts but in apple's education group where i worked on. It jew which was a you know an educational podcasting platform with college courses and lectures and those kinds of things as well. That's all been folded into the apple. Podcasts platform now that the whole educational side. I mean how important i- i'm just curious. How important is the educational side to to apple. As far as working with the universities. I know back then. They're working pretty closely with like stanford and a lot of the big big colleges. Is that still going on you. Know yeah i mean look. I wanted to obviously be really careful and all of our conversation to make it clear like i'm not. I'm not speaking on apple behalf. And so i ask How important is it. It's it's hard for me. Sort of provide that kind of answer. But you know what. I would just say as you know what was exciting about. It you in the project that they had there it was. It was a project that really saw the opportunity and mobile learning the very early days. So this this project started back in two thousand and six. I wanna say it was not too long after podcasting itself really started and it was the result of you know apple and duke university thinking about how the ipod the original ipod could be used in mobile learning.
Karim Benzema Earns Real Madrid Draw Against Chelsea
"The back of the english newspapers dominated by chelsea's one one draw against rambler. We can pull this off a young a lot on the back. Page and stop in spain. Marker going with a draw to keep dreaming meanwhile benz emma is. It was an interesting game wasn't in the spanish capital dominated once again from a strike as perspective about team verners. Miss chances yagan thomas to coming out afterwards and saying you know this. Is this kind of life. This is what's happening with him at the moment. How much trust have you within him again. That he can find the back of the net once again. Maybe soon i've total trust in him because he knows where to be in the right time and right now maybe there. He misses one and that specific moment. So so that's something to deal with for strike. Oh and you have to kind of just think about the next opportunity comes along like you know michael jordan said so he missed more shots than east called and t-mobil no. It's just like you know if you fail moments it makes you only stronger and the kit is good. The kid has a tremendous amount of drive and talent and he knows where the ball will fall in the box and he can also know makes things happen himself of his speed and going at people. So i'm i totally have trust. And t mobile. He will go through that stage and who knows. Maybe he's causing the next game in the second leg or he's goals in the final of the champions league you know. He was very young when he was twenty. One being meaning the golden boot at the confederations cup in russia in two thousand seventeen and he scored one hundred goals in the gym bundestag already. And he's only twenty five to kit is good and a kid will prove it but obviously it has to deal with the criticism when you miss a big chance. That's normal night. Goalkeepers do as well when they make a mistake. You know the the all over them but I hope that he gets plenty of opportunities going forward.
iOS 14.5 Lets You Say No to Data Tracking
"Pop ups. We love to hate them. We love to x. Them out ace app but in apple's long awaited update to its i o s operating system which came out this week. There's a new kind of pop up now appearing on iphones and ipads and it's actually one. You might end up appreciating especially if you're concerned about your data or your privacy here to explain is recode. Sarah morrison sarah teddy. So tell me about this pop up. What prompts it and what does it do. So this is a feature called app tracking transparency apt tracking transparency. Okay yes and how you might see it in the wild apps when you open them are supposed to present you with the prompt that asks if you want. Allow the app to track your activity across other apps or not. Okay so those are the two options. What happens if you click allow or not allow so you have two little bit. Get into how this tracking and basically cross app tracking powers like a huge part of the mobile app economy. It's how advertisers data brokers collect all the information about you that they use to then sell ads to you and what they do is they'll sneak trackers into like thousands of different apps and those are all connected to your device so if you have a smart tv remote app like a gas station. Finder app weather app. Menstrual cycle tracker app. Maybe not solvent for you teddy but others. Dating apps game apps shopping apps. Whatever all the stuff you do across all of them will go back to that. One company with the tracker which you can see gives it pre comprehensive profile of you and meanwhile you probably have no idea that this company was getting all that information about you in the first place and so. That's the profile that advertisers target ads to. So if you say do not allow. i don't wanna be trapped cross apps. Your device will not release this unique identifier. Which is what they use the connector activity across all the apps so basically the thing they use to target ads to you to get the profile to target ads to their cutoff from a major source of that information
Open Source: More Dominant Than You Think
"Google's android is the most popular mobile operating system powering about eighty four percent of smartphones worldwide. What's notable isn't this. Large market share its android operating system. Android is based on lenox and open source operating system developed and maintained by more than fifteen thousand global programmers. In this episode. I will dive deep into open source software and what it means to have. Fifteen thousand programmers collaborate on code in this episode. We'll cover open source basics advantages and disadvantages of open-source the origins of open source and the current and future open source market open source is often associated with the word free and yes it is free the not the way. Many people think over source isn't free in the sense that it doesn't cost anything. Companies can charge for open source systems. And they do open source is free in the sense. You can freely modify share or enhance open source software. A common phrase used reference to open source. Software is free free speech. Not free. isn't free beer simply open source. Software is software. That is licensed in a way that allows people to freely use study modify industry the software. He's open source. Licenses differ greatly from proprietary software. Licenses were the original owner can copy. Alter or distribute the software commonly known open source softwares are lennox the most used and perhaps best known open source operating system has operating system. Lennox sits underneath the rest of the computer software. Docker is an open source tool to create deploy and run applications with containers. Since it is open source anyone can modify docker to fit. Their unique needs. Gubernatorial originally created by. Google is an open source container management tool wordpress though not often acknowledged as open source. Software is perhaps one of the biggest open source success stories wordpress open source. Software powers nearly forty percent of all active websites. The reach of open source doesn't end here. A synopsis report conned about ninety eight percent of the surveyed code bases contained open source code.
UK Cabinet Secretary Simon Case Questioned on Greensill
"Uk's top civil servants. Simon case is being questioned in parliament about claims of impropriety made by the former number. Ten adviser dominic cummings casey's being asked about allegations prime minister. Boris johnson considered halting leak inquiry. In case it implicated a family friend. It comes amid an ongoing row over lobbying in westminster the funding refurbishments to johnson's downing street flat and the uk government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic well. Let's get more on this now. With regular article. Twenty four contributor launch price launch served as director of combs at number ten and is now a political commentator. Thanks for joining us as ever launched. Great to hear from you and good afternoon. I guess. There's the rub. Isn't it any one of these. Problems may be might be something that boris johnson will be fairly confident about putting aside taken in the round altogether. He looks like a man really in trouble. Yes the allegations against him a piling up. It's not surprising that there will come out in a in a flurry at the moment. Or two reasons one is that it does appear that his fallout with his former aide. Who was a pretty controversial figure and not always completely to be relied upon his a source of information perhaps dominic cummings. That's full out Is a gathering pace and cummings is a threatening promising. Perhaps more revelations about things that Boris johnson may or may not have said and done inside down in state. And the other is we have a quite important elections. Local and regional elections coming up in the united kingdom are on the sex and so the opposition already ramping up their tax on the government over all of this hoping that some of the mud from all these different allegations many of which will leave. Voters i'm sure bemused an onshore. What's important what isn't that. Some of that mobile stick.
The Mindset of the Unstoppable Leader With TJ Everheart
"My guests day is tj ever hurt. Tj's as the owner of tj ever consulting inc an operations and performance management consulting firm. She has over twenty years of operations. Management experience gained from wells. Fargo t mobile an f. I. s. her consulting firm helps organizations identify the human factors preventing them from meeting their operational performance goals and then offer the necessary training to correct the issues. She's also the co owner of capture training solutions a workplace training and development company. Thanks so much for joining me today. Tj diane thank you so much for having me excited. Thank you so much but they can about me. I'll i am super excited to have you here. We are going to be talking about. Being an unstoppable leader. Which i think is such a great topic. Oh we're going to dive right in. I wanna know what are some of the key. Attributes of an unstoppable leader. You know there. There are several But i always start with being introspective and the leader has to. I understand recognized their strengths and their weaknesses. You now a lotta times. The leader has a great ability to identify those things and others. You know those things that are the most about other people would. They aren't doing what the team isn't doing. So whenever i am Coaching and developing leaders. I always start with the leader. So the leader themselves has to first be able to identify what they're good at and what they're not good at and then they have to be able to take accountability within themselves. To fix those things and let others they. The leader has to be able to be cultural also and they must know that you know as great as they are right. They some stuff that they're missing. Believe it has to be able to say you know. I am cultural. I recognize that In order for me to be the best in my team. I can't operate in my weaknesses and expect them to operate in their strengths.
Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing
"Within days montana's first confirmed covid. Nineteen case black feet nation declared a state of emergency and closed down. Now it's leading the way in vaccinations empire part of this two part story. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports on how the tribe was successful quickly. Its vaccination effort a ninety five percent. Vaccination rate is much higher than the rest of the country. Several factors made this possible. Vaccines are coming to black feet. Nation from two sources black feats travel health department receives allotments through montana's health department while the to indian health service units on the reservation receive another allocation from the federal government but brittany racine a registered nurse at the tribal health improvement program says the played an important role as well as the fact that everyone in black feet nation was personally impacted by covid nineteen. We're such a small community and so when we would have a death we were all really impacted by it. That had a lot to do with people wanting to get vaccinated so they wouldn't lose a family member are they wouldn't put people at risk. Since march fifteenth twenty twenty black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members dacoven nineteen rail grant is the nursing instructor black feet community college on a windy day in the feet tribal health departments. Rv mobile clinic. She's supervising nursing students distributing vaccine's grant says the vaccine rollout order was also important frontline workers and healthcare grocery stores and other high contact jobs for vaccinated. I followed by elders. I think that was really encouraging for people who didn't want to because the elders got it i. We also look to them for our guidance. They got it so that guided the younger generation to have a little more. Trust a little more willingness. Even though they were very scared grant says many were worried about the side effects of the vaccine which can include. Fever nausea and body aches. She says elders also needed to confront traumatic past experiences to get the vaccine
Who's Next; Album Retrospective
"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking
The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd
"Time for us to jump on and have a chat to out ABC news journalist Iskander Razzak. Of course, if we're looking at international news, the George Floyd verdict was what we were waiting on around 6 30 this morning glued to the phone to see what was going to happen. Good afternoon, a scandal. Good afternoon. Just center? Yes. Alot of the U. S. Was really waiting to see what happened. And former police Officer Derek Shoven convicted off second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter. The most serious of those counts, has a maximum penalty of 40 years. In in prison for the murder of George Floyd May 2020 was when it all happened had Imagine it was it was a year ago. It seems so. So recently yet so far at the same time, I can't believe it was a year ago. Yeah, exactly and let's let's bring her back. I mean, Um, it was all over a $20 alleged suspected counterfeit bills to buy some cigarettes that resulted in this horrendous scene that You know, more than 40. People saw I were called to trial to bear witness as to what they saw and spools hours upon hours of mobile phone vision. In many ways the result was obvious or should have been obvious because of the amount of evidence But in the U. S. Police officers in former police officers seldom get charged for Second degree murder or third degree murder or manslaughter, and even it's even rarer for them to be found guilty. So this is a breakthrough in some ways. George Floyd's family, the brother said, You know I can breathe now we can breathe now. Sort of reflecting the coals. He had that he couldn't brave George Floyd when he was dying. But beyond the joy is, as we said, it's more relief than anything. If this had not bean guilty verdict who knows what would happen in the U. S because the tension building But at the same time It has to be said This isn't the end.
Seasonal Skin Care with Britta
"Today we're joined by rees. Jones therapist britta. We have savage winter. Coming our way especially us melburnians. So britta's coming to give us the lowdown on how to prep housekeeping for those icy winds and long nights with red wine. Hey how you doing good. Thanks kate how are you. I'm good. I think so making the really long journey in. Thanks for having me. I'm sorry as we know we're going to the cool amounts where all starting to feel especially here in mobile we know what kind of savage harsh winters are waiting us. I know that when we kind of go into these cool amounts be change. How we eat what we drink how he sleep. It is a big transition for our bodies. Is it the same for our skin. Definitely definitely one hundred percent right with that. So as we kind of update out. Skin-care m i'm gonna use you as a of my own personal to do list And just make sure that. I'm doing things right with carriage so with things like retinal when i've used them typically in the summer my skin has been like hypersensitive to the sun. Is that something that i should be using more in the uinta yet. Definitely you can use it all year round. Bet at ease afford sensitize. Sorry obviously for a summer. There's going to be a higher you exposure right so you need to make sure that you using spf but even in winter we still have our uv a uva base. You need to make sure. He keeps his Skin protected when you're using your vitamin a vitamin a. Has lots of different names and lots of different forms. Sorry sometimes you just need to make sure you're using the riots vitamin few. And how do you know. What's the right vitamin av Sorry basically Tricky question basically With vitamin a. We have things like retinal retinol to hide. And the least basically just keeps going Some more designed for acne skins and some more designed for aging The one that we have at ray is retinal which i really love to really good combination Vitamin a. so it suitable all year round. But you just wanna make sure during the day using your spf and keeping skin still protected
Tony Blamey of Domain: From Property Portal to Solutions Provider
"My guest today is demanding. Chief commercial officer tiny blimey as part of his role. Tiny has responsibility for a whole host of businesses within the domain group including residential asian services and customer experience. He's also been instrumental in guiding the organization through recent change as demanding expands from being simply property portal to a real estate solutions providers. Say tiny welcome to the show. Thanks you and i go back such a long way. I don't know if your member but you will like my. I begin to view. Way back in the dark ages. When i used to work for solve magazine like a long long time ago. So it's feels like every now and then we cross paths and it's always nice to see you. Yes thank sam other are remember back. I think we'll talking about future trends in real estate. And i think the big autumn's then were the emergence of mobile in the emergence of social and haven't really changed the industry china. I guess how we all work and all the things we spend our time on side interesting to reflect back to the interesting and the engine. It proved that it wasn't a fed. I still believe in the internet not to sign. It looks like it absolutely so. Let's talk about las. Jake is you. And i had a couple of chats over the last twelve months. So how was the last twelve months. Bainbridge jemaine well it's been a time like nothing we saying before. And i think back twelve months ago. We're really just coming into covert and it was brand new for everyone. It was annoying going into something we we had no idea how would play out and you know. I think that was very much. The case back in march twenty twenty and you know far reflect back on that on one thing that amazed me was the ability of agents to adapt to the situation and to the remarkable resilience and agility china. That time was very short artists that we all started having to isolate and work from home and all these massive changes. I think the ability of the industry to adapt to that was remarkable
S13E40 Ravens - burst 3 selected video test 1
"It and he may mark shuttleworth did an with said net. Where he spoke about canonical finances. Possible initial public offering and going into some details about canonical profitability. Which is interesting because that denied did some looking into canonical reports which they file which is been a profitable company since two thousand eighteen which is really cool to see the day. Talk about how he's not as profitable as red hat. Because you'd have to pay as much ruben to d for at it's really cold actually you know financially self-sustaining now and days apostle pass to going public but there's reasons for caution about especially given the current situation in the world up it'll be interesting to see how that pans out in the coming years. Martin so may we announce the code name for our what was the ebon to two thousand ten release and that code name was greedy gorilla. And i'm very pleased with that. Because i managed to convince mark shuttleworth. That's the codename we should i with them and he he decided to go with it. So yeah what's lost. The bucket list moment also led to having guerrilla wallpapers and guerrilla base t shirts and stuff yet icon accountable animal rather than some weird squirrel thing. That teacher and i'm jumping ahead to june. Alan yellow novo made their entire workstation range able for obviously as a thinkpad nerd. This may be quite happy and so this was a good news item for the middle of the year. And i haven't bought one yet. I'm still eyeing up these machines and Thinking carefully about what my next laptop purchase will be but the fact that you could buy the novo's now with a boon to pre installed and available directly from their website Makes me very happy so that was good to see that yeah. It was so marked that this year. We had more into certify to certify devices than any previous year so you know more in the wild is great unmelted. We had our first of good roles. Be pine in june. Yeah the The ross reply four got serious when they released that eight gig bottle so That was this has been a real tipping point. I think there's been so much more interesting in the rows reply because it now is fast and has plenty of ram. It's really quite unconstrained And i immediately went out and bought. I think i bought about half a dozen. Of course you did alan. I say as part of my drumbeat. That i've been paying for a while about people should stop making destroys and start making more applications. I was pleased to see that flutter sdk came to lennox so people have another avenue to either develop brand new applications or port applications that are made available for other platforms. Like windows bring to lennox lot easier using flutter and so in july. I was quite pleased to see that people have an additional avenue through which to express themselves in app development. My what a lot of good news. And we've only got to august so alan. What did we find august. My gosh this was just amazing. The national museum of computing virtual tour. And obviously if it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing which it might be then virtual tories just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around museum like he would in real life but there was nobody to bump into and nobody getting your way. Nobody standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around your leisure and revisit anytime so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. i love it. Brilliant and shortly after we found that jupiter broadcasting friends of the show announced that they are independent again off the shackles of their to become an independent broadcasting network once again and we wish them all the best and still continue to do say martin abandon september welinsk september building on the news of the novo's bringing their range of workstations Within two in june. Hp announced the z series workstations and mobile workstations are larussa going to start shipping with into a that completed the trio of the three Sort of top tier one. Oem's announced shipping up onto on their devices. Excellent yeah it's great to have more choice When you when you want buy laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system. Seventy six and the tuxedo or that having big brand names that people know and recognize available directly from their website that you can order a machine with a bounty preinstalled gives a lot more confidence for two as well because people then okay. This is a legit thing companies. Selling it then. Yeah there's a lot of commentary about how you market top lennox and get more adoption. And i think this is this. This is how we do it. We got we get a boon to or more devices that people can easily purchase. Because what is it your advertising. If it's not like go and get this thing here and away you go alan. You don't tober episode twenty nine talks about something super exciting. The area console Which i always want to say ooh.
Phillip Hunter - Alexa Criticism - Moving Beyond Command and Control - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 07
"You were there fairly early with Alexa and so you know in your well known in the community I think is is well as as as you said, there were that many people early on you gotTa have sort of a nice tribe along those lines but I'm just GonNa Pluck A. Just two sentences out of here maybe three. So it started off with the Post. Say This is from Philippinter. Quote the more I. Think about it. The more disappointing last week's Alexa announcement was so and then you talk about how little bit about the disappointment than you go on later and say. The reality is that hardware has got the focus and natural was just a buzzword. The dream of conversational ability beyond command and control QNA and game play is dimming, spark and quote. So maybe set up for the listeners. What you're trying to convey here and how the Amazon Product Launch Event of twenty twenty was a good good enough catalyst to get your head space and at to that point. Yeah. Well, as you might imagine. And I think that you know. The way the way you read, it certainly lends itself to this is. The thoughts about this you know started a long time ago and From. The early days we were we were looking at what is what is the voice user experience me what is Now, what is it? We have these things. Around. How do we design for Web? Design for Mobile? How do we design desktop applications these kinds of things and You know really great were definition has been given for those but we didn't have them for voice and we weren't sure what they should be and but we spent A. Good ten years really working out some of those within that small community and everything from you know, how do you greet someone when they start the interaction to recover from? Errors or other problems. And and so when we? As we all those who were there saw lex coming out. So Google assistant coming out, we started having conversations What would What would it be like for this device this context, these use cases to advance those things and Unfortunately what? We learned a couple of things early on that that were discouraging one of them was that. The platforms Allowed a lot less access to some of the core speech recognition. Data points that we made a lot of use of in these applications and so things like accuracy, confidence scores, and in in best list, which is You know instead of coming back with a single result coming back with a three to five results in using application logic to pick the most likely one. So we lost some of these capabilities and what that meant was that. We had to make some sacrifices at the US level about how people would be able to recover. From from different problems and and in some cases even. Some of the things that we could do like in terms of follow up are multi turn conversations. Because it just gets a lot trickier if you don't have some of those. Tricks available to you. And just before you go out. To keep going so. Mark. Your spot. But. When you talk about things, competent scores, and some of the other tools you had you're you're talking about you had those tools available to you before you ever got to Alexa this was in your pre Amazon experience with voice speech systems, right? All. Yeah. All the way back to the initial late nineties work that I did and those things evolved over time. So we were. You know is one of those things as creators as developers we had access in than we kept asking nuance and speech works for even deeper access than they would give it to us, and so we we had a lot of really. Fine tuned control over the behavior of these applications and so your expectation would be that since that's a that's a known benefit When Amazon and Google come out with two with solutions and they've got third party develop Rico's system day would also provide this and maybe they don't provide it at launch because it's complicated by you're always adding features for developers right. But at some point that actually comes out yeah. Yeah We still don't have speech. We still don't actually have the actual speech logs. Well, right. Well Yeah and and that was another thing as that. So so one of the big parts of those early applications was what we call the tuning periods. So something would go into production and then we would. Like like. The assistance do today we would collect recordings and then we would transcribe those and then we would. Look at the transcripts of the recordings compared to the output of the speech recognition engine and say you know how close it and if there was you know it's close. Great. Let that go but in a lot of cases in especially early, there were great big differences and so we had to go back and do a lot of adjustments within them the engine. For particular contexts and was. Very it took a long time because he had like I said, the data collection part for that was very difficult. So, one of the hopes was wow. Okay. Centralize platform on the scale of Amazon Google well. Now, we can get access to massive amounts of data and that was our thought going in. It's like I'll be application developer and I'll have I can see thousands of interactions within a short time period. Well, one of the things he did was like, no, you don't get to see that. and. You just have to count. US making the recognizer better over time. which they do, but it's still it's different than they're doing globally.
"g mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"People don't vote. They don't vote and there are million different reasons for why they don't vote. But one reason probably is in some areas in some neighborhoods in some communities, it is not made easy to vote. Can you make it easier for people in disadvantaged communities to vote with a smartphone if you can come up with a voting apple mobile voting APP Paul do you feel more confident about these newer systems? I look I think we're still at such an early stage in this that everything's being tested and everything should be tested. blockchain should be tested. Cloud should be tested to can you come up with what is sort of this gold standard, which is an end to end verifiable ballot process in other words can you come up with a system that at every point from the voter to the counting of the votes by the election officials? All of it can be verified all of it can be backed up all of it can be confirmed. Can you build that system? That's the real trick this whole thing Going to find out. No system is one hundred percent foolproof and every new technology brings its own set of problems. If you're old enough right now, you're probably thinking back to the two thousand election between George Bush and Al Gore came down to a couple of hundred partially punched ballots in Florida and whether they should be counted. So the question is, can you come up with something that is encased in four feet of iron and can't be broken? It's can you come up with something? That is as good as what we have I think that's possible I. think that's really possible I. Certainly think it's worth trying. And more jurisdictions will be trying this November online voting will be tested in counties in West Virginia Utah Oregon Washington and South Carolina. The future of everything is a production of the Wall Street Journal, Stephanie Ilgenfritz as the editorial director of the future of everything Lee Camping Carter is digital director of the future of everything. This episode sound designer is Sarah Gabe Alaska. Our producer is Casey Georgie. The Wall Street Journal is Executive Producer of audio is Qatari Yopougon I'm Janet Bobbin, thanks for listening..
"g mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Critical. But this switch to a new system did not appease the critics. Park specializes in cartography and information security. She says any system that transmits votes via the Internet is still risky malware on a phone or a device can tamper with information at the phone itself. Before any information is transmitted outside the phone and then any confirmation or verification information that should be sent back to the voter by the system can be faked if the malware has control of the voters device, and while cyber election threats might conjure up images of sophisticated international adversaries using high tech methods to break into Internet Voting Systems Park says the actual threats are much more basic. A. Lot of the major problems that we're talking about are dealing with things which are quite common and the tools to build malware like this are common enough that there's a market for it. Some of these hacks could be similar to the data breaches. We hear about or are victims of ourselves that our credit card information has been compromised or our social media passwords have been unmasked. These types of systems are designed to work with these failures they're designed so that the losses are anticipated and absorbed by banks, they merchants and insurance companies. Elections are not like banking or shopping. If bad actors attack ballots park says the breach could ultimately invalidate an election. The losses aren't financial and and there's no such thing as insurance for failed democracy or put another way if we were okay with absorbing that risk and providing financial compensation for votes not being counted. Then why not be okay with people standing in front of polling places and paying voters to go away. Park is not alone a lot of big name cartographers have voiced skepticism about mobile voting and see real risks for democracy. But there are some people with pretty deep pockets who are funding these APPs and projects coming up, we speak with the funder behind all these ballot experiments and find out why he thinks our democracy is doomed without. Internet voting. That's next. Many of the mobile voting experiments in the US would not been possible without funding from Bradley Tusk. The CEO of a venture capital fund call type ventures I am also the see of strategies, which is a consulting firm CEO of Tusk Philanthropies, which is my family foundation tusk started his career as a spokesman at the New York City parks. Department then moved on to major government stints in. CHICAGO, than back to New York leading successful mayoral campaign for my Bloomberg. Then he left government and started consulting for Uber taking stock instead of salary and making millions. That's where he I realized mobile voting's potential while he was trying to get the rideshare APP legalized. So we kind of figured out that if we mobilize our customers, we could overcome the taxi. Industry, which the time was a really powerful industry politically with a lot of campaign donations a lobbyist obviously that's changed since then and I guess because of us but people who never vote in most elections they were advocating politically on our behalf and they were tweeting and they were texting and emailing, and the reason they were doing all of that is because one they liked our servers and wanted to continue to be valuable to them to. We just made it really easy right just right from the APP press these couple of buttons and it's all taken care of for you. I remember thinking wow, people could vote that way we could change everything. TUSK started saying that in the same way that Uber. Disrupted the taxi and limousine industry APP based mobile voting could potentially disrupt elections and Tusk says, the disruption here is about truly getting a majority of citizens to cast their ballots is turnout flips to fifty or sixty percent in a primary all of a sudden instead of having half the electorate be accountable to you. It's a fifth or a tenth or whatever the number is, and you're politically west power phone wallace relevant, and so they're going to want to block it but they can't say I don't want people to vote instead what they say is it's not safe. So that's how they're going to come after us. Tusks started backing mobile voting APPs a couple of years ago funding fifteen mobile voting experiments in six states including the votes, APP. That was used in West Virginia. But when an independent review Tusk paid for doubled down on the concerns by computer security experts and found new ones, tusk pulled his funding and instead he invited his biggest academic critics to join him developing a new mobile voting technology. is something that we will give away to governments all over the US maybe all over the world, even with ten million dollars from philanthropies and and put that into the tech build issued a request for information those proposals are expected in a few days. Tusk, says, he agrees that making technology as secure as possible is the key to broad implementation enhancing security is also would vote CEO Nimitz. Focused on but instead of just securing the way votes are transferred, he's working on how votes are submitted using technology. We use on our phone every day biometrics. Like some print password and facial recognition verification we use. So honey wants to build on the technology with advanced biometrics, how you will the phone. What angle you're seeing those touch screen on and all that. Obama trick signal in bad signal can be used as an additional security mechanism. So should your phone gets stolen or should somebody hacking your phone? It would be very hard for them to emulate by external. It wouldn't be able to impersonate you and submit of vote on behalf. But Mike Specter at MIT says voting still need solid verification, and that probably means using electronic hybrid ballots in that in the end relies on one of the oldest technologies around for counting votes paper. I know this is getting somewhat nerdy technical but the difference here is in the situation where you're just getting the ballot delivered to you and your printing it out and your mailing it in at least in that case, there's a human element. There's the ability for you to physically verify the ballot before it's mailed in, and that is significantly different than just sending ballot electronic ballot back through the same system. It's worth remembering that any technology will have to be scalable the mobile voting absence circulation. Now, only service small sub section of the population, but ultimately would have to be used by millions of voters. Phone paper, whatever Bradley Tusk thinks up or a combination of all these things. The goal for most of us is to enfranchise the highest number of citizens in the voting process I. Wall Street Journal Reporter, Paul Vena the best way to get there. Mean One big part of this is you look at election and you go back five, ten, twenty years whatever most.
"g mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Can you honestly tell me someday five ten years down the road of the keep experimenting with this that they will not be able to come up with a system that is secure. Let's find out. From. The Wall Street. Journal this is the future of everything. I'm Janet Bobbin. Today on the PODCAST mobile voting. Many of us can get to the polls on election day if we prioritize and make a plan and everything goes smoothly. But for some people getting to a polling location isn't even an option whether they are in rural locations or in another country. Really out there the ends of the Earth it's it's ugly Afghanstan. It's middle Afghanistan. That's where West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner found himself in twenty twelve after more than a decade serving in the military he was working in. Afghanistan is a military contractor, the roads there were under frequent attack. The mountains were treacherous and the weather could be nasty, and so there were literally months. Wouldn't get mail. Just part is the acceptance of that type song. I'm that meant Warner couldn't vote in the twenty twelve primary. Fast forward to two thousand. Seventeen. Warner's back in the US and becomes West Virginia Secretary of State. So now he's in charge of his State selection and wants to help military personnel to vote more easily. Assistance is just kind of an afterthought or any cases. So what I WANNA, do I wanNA give soldiers and opportunity to vote and I think the Electric means is the most logical place to go. Warner. Started thinking about a guy he met back in twenty fourteen budding Entrepreneur Nimitz. Hani. So my brother and I viewers go. Up and to be at a hacksaw at South by southwest in Austin. Texas. At south by southwest side was just a guy trying to break into the tech world. He wasn't thinking about voting what really intrigued US besides the in the free food. Tons was the prize money and the team of the on was hacked to the future. Was One thing you would do in the future and how you're doing. So as he thought about the future and what he would do. So honey actress past growing up in India as a member of the Sikh minority A separatist movement was ascending in northern India led by seeks that was swiftly brought down by then prime minister Indira. Gandhi in Nineteen eighty-four she was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. There was a lot of political and religious turmoil and election soon after for the new communist and there were some very unfortunate incidents which happened under time and one of them was as a little kid see people being coerced ward at gunpoint. Coercion to vote at gun point that can stick with a person and in Austin under pressure to create an innovative APP. Sahana. Used that memory and pitched mogul voting after that used a digital ledger called the blockchain that was invented to help, buy and sell crypto currency. And when we pissed onstage, it was printer of silence in. Maybe. The completely bombed when they announced the first by it was a shock. So honey. Took that prize money found investors and developed the mobile phone voting APP called votes. That's V O. His first client was Mac Warner, the former Afghanistan contractor who's now West Virginia's secretary of state in two, thousand eighteen. The state became the first in the country to try it out in a federal election when Warner launched small mobile voting pilot program for his states military personnel serving overseas. But there were issues and there were critics up next votes and other.
"g mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Many of us can get to the polls on election day if we prioritize and make a plan and everything goes smoothly. . But for some people getting to a polling location isn't even an option whether they are in rural locations or in another country. . Really out there the ends of the Earth it's it's ugly Afghanstan. . It's middle Afghanistan. . That's where West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner found himself in twenty twelve after more than a decade serving in the military he was working in. . Afghanistan is a military contractor, , the roads there were under frequent attack. . The mountains were treacherous and the weather could be nasty, , and so there were literally months. . Wouldn't get mail. . Just part is the acceptance of that type song. . I'm that meant Warner couldn't vote in the twenty twelve primary. . Fast forward to two thousand. . Seventeen. . Warner's back in the US and becomes West Virginia Secretary of State. . So now he's in charge of his State selection and wants to help military personnel to vote more easily. . Assistance is just kind of an afterthought or any cases. . So what I WANNA, , do I wanNA give soldiers and opportunity to vote and I think the Electric means is the most logical place to go. . Warner. . Started thinking about a guy he met back in twenty fourteen budding Entrepreneur Nimitz. . Hani. . So my brother and I viewers go. . Up and to be at a hacksaw at South by southwest in Austin. . Texas. . At south by southwest side was just a guy trying to break into the tech world. . He wasn't thinking about voting what really intrigued US besides the in the free food. . Tons was the prize money and the team of the on was hacked to the future. . Was One thing you would do in the future and how you're doing. . So as he thought about the future and what he would do. . So honey actress past growing up in India as a member of the Sikh minority <hes>. . A separatist movement was ascending in northern India led by seeks that was swiftly brought down by then prime minister Indira. . Gandhi in Nineteen eighty-four she was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. . There was a lot of political and religious turmoil and election soon after for the new communist and there were some very unfortunate incidents which happened under time and one of them was as a little kid see people being coerced ward at gunpoint. . Coercion to vote at gun point that can stick with a person and in Austin under pressure to create an innovative APP. . Sahana. . Used that memory and pitched mogul voting after that used a digital ledger called the blockchain that was invented to help, , buy and sell crypto currency. . And when we pissed onstage, , it was printer of silence in. . Maybe. . The completely bombed when they announced the first by it was a shock. . So honey. Took . that prize money found investors and developed the mobile phone voting APP called votes. . That's V O. . His first client was Mac Warner, , the former Afghanistan contractor who's now West Virginia's secretary of state in two, , thousand eighteen. . The state became the first in the country to try it out in a federal election when Warner launched small mobile voting pilot program for his states military personnel serving overseas. . But there were issues and there were critics
"g mobile" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Maybe you've heard there's an election coming up. . If you're voting and you didn't manage to get an absentee mail in ballot, , you may have to spend hours waiting in line at your local school or Church to vote depending on which of the more than ten thousand election jurisdictions you're in. . You could find yourself lead pencil in hand trying not to mark outside the lines of the bubbles on your ballot. . And while you're standing there, , you'll probably be spending time playing with your phone, , checking your texts or even doing some chores. . You might be transferring money to a friend for coffee or filling out your grocery water or shopping for clothes. . Then it may on you I can do all these things on my phone. . So why can't I vote on my phone? ? The idea of mobile voting is so enticing. . Idea that you could just let people vote on their phones. . This. Is . My colleague Wall Street Journal reporter Paul, , Vigna it would be easier. . It would be more convenient. . It would increase voting because of the convenience asking people to take time out. . Of Tuesday avoid hated the idea that we give people one day in the middle of the week to vote of never understood it entrepreneurs have latched onto this idea they've begun developing mobile phone voting APPS and philanthropists are already funding some mobile voting APPs in a handful of jurisdictions. . My hope is that this kind of becomes the Black Swan Moment for mobile voting, , other countries including India away Switzerland and Canada have already taken up internet voting Estonia has been doing it for more than a decade. . But some people have deep concerns and the resistance is coming from some of the smartest technologists in the room. . So it is a great question if we can shop in bank on nine, , why not vote online? ? Well, , elections actually have surprisingly unusual requirements. . An unusual risks which means that online voting would open up the potential for all sorts of new attacks and be really much more risky. . But. . While we're waiting in the precinct line on November third, , our risk reward analysis of mobile voting might take a turn. . Can you honestly tell me someday five ten years down the road of the keep experimenting with this that they will not be able to come up with a system that is secure. .
"g mobile" Discussed on The Esports Minute
"G mobile is absolutely massive in India the accessibility the game combined with the popularity of the battle royale genre has led to the game being huge in the country with the biggest population on earth but rising tensions between India and China are threatening that growth back in June India banned TIKTOK and we chat, , and now the company's coming for a more apt with ties to China in all one hundred and eighteen new apps are being banned in the country for Gamers. . PUDGY mobile is the biggest loss, , but there are some other mobile games thrown in there too. . On Wednesday India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology released a statement. . Talking about complaints about apps they said quote APPs were stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside of India. . That statement does not actually mention China but the connection is fairly clear although it's not always perfect. . Player knowns battlegrounds the actual game not the mobile version is not developed by a Chinese company is developed by Blue Hole, , a company based in South Korea. . But, , like everything else sports ten cent plays a big part. . They own a significant stake of blue hole although the exact is not clear and they are not the majority owner, , but they also help develop pub G. . Ten. . is also running pudgy mobile's east sports ecosystem, , which is truly global leagues operating from everywhere from North America to South America to across Asia besides Pudgy Mobile, , having global east for its ecosystem, , which India will now presumably not be a part of this has other applications for Western eastwards organizations as well. . Both fanatic and TSM PICKED UP PUP t mobile teams based. . In India to expand their reach fanatic even opened up offices in India which are now likely in a weird predicament as Pope Jean Mobile was the main reason to open up those offices. . There is a chance that this ban is lifted both tensions seemingly on the rise between the two countries it feels unlikely
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"g mobile" Discussed on Skimm This
"For more on how this merger could affect your wallet head over to the Skim Dot com slash money while T.. Mobile Sprint are pairing up the US. Philippines are on the outs. We'll explain why that's a big deal for global security next. Babas are the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. They're made from super soft left. Natural cotton. and every pair comes with arch. Support a seamless toe and a cushioned foot bed. That's comfy but not too thick plus for every bombs purchase. You make Bama's donates a pair to someone in need by your Bomba's at Baba's dot com slash skim this today and get twenty percent off your first purchase that's B. The OM B. A. S. dot com slash. Skim this for twenty percent off Bombay Dot com slash. Skim this. We've got a break-up story for you. Now today President Rodrigo detail of the Philippines announced that he plans to scrap a decades-old agreement with the United States for context just the US in the Philippines have been close allies for decades. But lately things haven't been so chummy. Details war on drugs has led to the alleged unlawful killings of tens of thousands of people and has been widely criticized as a human rights violation recently the US refused to grant a visa to a Philippine gene official. Who was the top guy in charge of that deadly campaign and today detained moves to cut back on ties with the US by announcing the end of what's it's called the Visiting Forces Agreement? It basically allows you as troops to be on Filipino soil. For things that benefit the Philippines and the Philippines did benefit quite a bit over the last few years the US provided the Philippines with five hundred fifty million dollars worth of military aid US troops helped by terrorist groups and and also assisted in recovery efforts after typhoon ravaged the country in two thousand thirteen but the US get something out of this partnership to it has to do with China and the South China Sea. The South China Sea is essentially territorial disputes central with surrounding countries like Vietnam Malaysia Brunei. And you guessed it. China and the Philippines all vying for sovereignty of the sea and various islands within it China has been exerting its influence in the area. Big Time. We're we're talking things like building outposts and putting its military on artificial islands within the disputed waters the US has challenged China's claims to the territory and it's been convenient for the US Navy to be strategically located right nearby in the Philippines to keep an eye on all the action and if things did escalate the US would be there to help the Philippines out. But now tensions between the Philippines and China have apparently softened and instead of China being a threat in my end up being the president Rebound deteriorate has definitely been giving China a lingering look and sees it as a viable regional partner and China is down to you figure out some sort of deal. China has been courting other countries in Southeast Asia by touting its economic might and being like hey. Why don't you join our cool club so the Philippines is basically telling the US to back off and today it's a one hundred and eighty day timer for the end of this military? Deal to be clear the Philippines Philippines in the US still have another agreement called the Mutual Defense Treaty which says the US will defend the Philippines in case of an attack that treaty dates back to the nineteen nineteen fifties but without the Visiting Forces Agreement. Things like getting. US troops to the Philippines for training. Exercises and sending ships and military equipment. To and from the Philippines pins will get a lot harder and could put a strain on a very long relationship.
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"Marketplace podcast is supported by personal capital offering online financial tools to give you a three hundred sixty degree view of all your accounts in one place I wanNA talk. Personal capital has registered advisors. Who can help you invest smarter and plan for retirement? Download the personal capital APP or start today at personal capital Dot Com personal capital invest with logic plan with heart. All right back to T. mobile and sprint. They have been talking about merging for a year and a half. It's been signed off on on by two federal agencies but it is still taking forever and now it might take a little longer T. Mobile CEO. John Legere who is supposed to still be in charge after the two companies merge is reportedly in talks to move to we work. We work the very troubled shared office space company marketplace hub reporter. Peggy low of Casey you you are reports. It was in ninety five degree day in June and employees were having a party on Sprint's campus in Kansas City. Suburb of Overland Park. Yeah they were celebrating remodel of sprints headquarters which went from marble and Mahogany to we work style open spaces sofas and cool phone phone booth. I would like to to use these day. I to celebrate our new building. Ill Michel come. Didn't point out was sprints Prince Missing logo the number four wireless provider has been working on a merger with number three t mobile in what analysts say is the longest approval process. Yes in memory Blair Levin of the Brookings Institution used to work for the Federal Communications Commission at every step. This process is involved. Things have never happened before eleven. Says there are several reasons for that the FCC chairman early signal that he'd approved the plan despite questions the Department of Justice sending the Plan Dan back to the company to rework and a coalition of state attorneys general stepping up with a lawsuit to block the merger and usually the FCC the DOJ Ajay and the states are all on the same side. In this case you actually have three different groups and really three different opinions. So it's pretty weird while lobbying for the deal in Washington t mobile executives reported spending nearly two hundred thousand dollars at the trump international hotel. Monica Ullivan is an editor at fierce wireless. There are very some very unorthodox some unusual happenings in this particular Taylor proceeding so there's certainly politics involved in this still pending. It's a lawsuit filed by fifteen state attorneys general. It argues that the merger sure would raise prices for all consumers but hit low income customers especially hard in Kansas City. I'm hello for marketplace in New York. I'm sorry benefits with the marketplace morning report. APM American public media this this marketplace podcast is supported by Zappia. When you're at work you can waste hours every day on things you do over and over again now you can handle them? Automatically with Zap Year Zap here is the easiest way to automate practically any task because appier connects over fifteen hundred business applications. To handle work for you so you can focus on what matters join join over four and a half million people already using Zappia. Now through the end of the month tries appier for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash marketplace spelled Z. A. P. E. R. dot com slash marketplace..
"g mobile" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. You'd get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace an acoustic as a marketer you've dealt with your share of mediocre the Oak Technology now. There's a better way. Introducing Acoustic the marketing cloud designed specifically for Marketers Acoustics. Ai powered solutions and open platform approach. Connect your data so you can create more personal connections with your customers for marketing automation to mobile analytics. They have the tools you need to unleash marketing brilliance visit acoustic dot co slash marketplace to learn more that's acoustic dot co slash marketplace. Acoustic Unleash Brilliance. Here that that's the sound of the T.. See Mobile and sprint merger can hear anything. Oh maybe that's because there's nothing to hear because it's moving so slowly from marketplace in New York. I'm Sabrina short in for David Brancaccio. We will get to T. mobile and sprint in a minute. But first couple developments White House economic adviser Larry Cudlow says the. US and China are close to wrapping up the first phase of a trade deal L.. We've also got some interesting retail sales numbers. Let's bring in Chris Lowe chief economist at efdn Financial New York Hey Chris Good Morning Good Morning Sherie so learn kudlow says. US and China are close to a deal. I feel like we've heard that so many times before. What do you think markets make of that if anything everyone at? This point is highly skeptical. We heard just yesterday that the odds of a deal were very low. Because the Chinese don't WanNa make numerical promises on on agriculture imports. Let's just say we're hopeful all right. We'll moving to something more concrete. The Commerce Department said retail sales sales increased point three percent last month which is good compared to September which had two point three percent drop is this good news? the thing is that at that point three dropping September. You pointed out was a revision and those downward revisions meant. It was a little weaker than expected. I think I think the critical thing about retail sales is that for the last two quarters consumers have pretty much carried the economy single-handed like there's just no contribution that all from business spending. It's good that we still have growth but I it is now looking back at the last. It's three months a little less growth than we thought. We had some keep an eye on Chris Lowe chief economist at efdn financial in New York. Thanks as always thank you sir. Colin Kaepernick has a shot at making it back on an NFL team with a private tryout. Tomorrow Kapernick hasn't played in three years. I after he began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality he claimed teams colluded to keep him out but he settled with league earlier. This year marketplace's replaces Andy Euler has more on what some team owners may be thinking. Why this drought is happening in week? Eleven of the seventeen week in L. Season has a lot of folks scratching their heads. Ed's It's unclear what's going on here. Dan Kaplan covers the NFL for the sports website. The athletic he says coaches have long had the opportunity to sign cabernet. But we're worried about fall. All of from the League and from franchise owners the fact is he was a mid cheery quarterback and that's not the type of player. A team is willing. Take a lot of public heat for Laurie. Latrice Martin is a professor of African American Studies at Louisiana State University. She says for all the backlash the League got in two thousand sixteen. There's is a large group of fans who might watch more. Football cabinet comes back and asks how can benefit from the support. That Catholic is showed in community. But some warning about the league's motivation cavernous former teammate. Eric Reed told reporters the move is PR stunt normally. These tryouts are during the workweek week when it's easier for team representatives to attend. I made dealer for marketplace.
"g mobile" Discussed on Harmontown
"Town untuckit dot com Promo Code Herman town that's UNTUCKIT dot com spencer winds newest shirt called UNTUCKIT whose sleeves were so long you can suck it I warrant all day the colour was gray and if my could get let's get without character sheets without anything less Display Dean D. and you're going to have to walk us through it and give us a you're GONNA be free selling as you you don't have you don't have a dungeon chart out have a dungeon I might have some notes on my phone Ooh that might be some relevant stuff you guys be down for a little freestyle Dan because we're running short on time is shot clock is ticking Harmon town right now I think I think it's our few opportunities to play a little de I'll I'll tee up some awesome specimen music hold on I might be able to play play something on your Jack Can I do that wet you know I have I have recap song way you could play it oh shit we play we have the technology to play a Rica app of our last session we'll allegedly I just said that and now it's going to hit the bed a little guy on my galaxy note mobile pork units that's not right that's right but my my phone has been the deal on the recap who his who with a sword blessed Dan who's going Laura older again dnd's WHO's going down to the dungeon tonight who saw Dragon Vora fight characters name PAROLIN was my character's name Chad thank you dnd's a pilot gold pilot goal that got my sword It's got two barrels and it triggered Woody Harrelson sin is coming up in me doubled Tam Zombie land to Oh wow I agree we should bring Steve Levy diarrhea junior shouldn't we deceive lady the lead how's it going you got the same colors shirt Oh damn is that me could be really could I could work on Venice Beach House this is you for going on you didn't even really made any comments about it's really unruly I wish I was Jewish so I get Zeke Jude huge all the time I just want to say everything chew I'm a Jew sounds so dirty it's not really friendly though it's just it's just bushy it's not like you're not fro e it was similar that Ju- food mom I don't what's your favorite Ju- foods did a Lotta yeah like a like a locker and applesauce Pastrami corned beef sandwich you're Ju- fro is of like it's molded like are you trying to do something with mine of its own it's wavy and thickets froing out tomorrow morning it will be I think he needed tease it. I think it's nervous if you're not doing if you're not like pressing it in like a helmet shape than what you have is here that's like Ben trained for thirty here's to like be ashamed of itself for live free and so it's like trying to me it's like don't cut me I can wear a helmet all day take it off or later this well that can't that's what I'm saying I'm saying it's like your hair it looks kind of molded like Plato like like thing it's like the Matt Stone right yeah like go like just like her free the same everyday like poofy this a little different tomorrow be parted casino-like my scallions you let it keep going so it can get its spirit back so it's not like Clark can't like go with half on you let it really just go and like you Leo Sayer Gabe Kaplan asked let it start dreading up there's a Leo Sayer reference thank you nobody does how does how did dreadlocks where blacks isn't it is there a technique or is it just like a natural thing that happens is a technique you put mud and stuff I say like a body barter instead of just sand and salt and neglect there just happen naturally yeah but also like I want my hair gets long I have nervous energy so I bite my nails Salaam constantly twisting my hair when it gets okay so when it's got salt and sand it just wants to kind of not up a little okay but it says something you kinda halfway sort of like I think I'll do this now like I'm doing this anyway and they did this a lot don't do it I didn't say it was going to do it was curious about how it works now Dan doing get dreadlocks what a what does that was your weird midlife crisis fuck it I got one drinks I probably six months left for dreadlocks possible I guess that would be a practical thing to do also your midlife crisis what are you going to be a fucking one hundred exactly yeah you could do it your mid life crisis choices have to start like right now but lots of fun for you yeah you're in the pool all the time you have a workout thing on your instagram complicated relationship with my hair because it's going away and I'm like I never liked you but like like comeback are you are you getting bald or just just kind of grow I'm definitely like that's all going away yeah do you have the male pattern thing on the back of Yeah Yeah but a beautiful beard thank you your beard is luscious like the rivers of the Orinoco beards are just pubic hair on your face in Minnesota Oh he grew he can grow a beard well yeah he's dying I can't grow beard I I've never had a beard I have facial error but it's patchy and looks like Johnny Depp on a bad weekend actually playing better what you got a do we have that song we play it or it's not a song but it is you guys go ahead he goes back the town of you found the town of photos dose the farming village there's it's not much of a farming village six farms and there's only there's only a handful of people you haven't really met them just kind of you roll up on a farm you kill the fucking ghost that was haunting the farm and I'm GonNa take this farm now but Jay basket doesn't seem kind of diminishing we used to be fighters you have like an missions look me in the eye and say that you're happy right now I can't tell you there's one rivaled farmer Kennedy all right we should make friends with her learned a farm we hear knock at the door yeah it's a raccoon man glad you're settling you do a lot of money for this property I heard fire that tree is on fire and arguing about that race is is a woman who looks like a druid she's yelling at a small they are with what was the beef you WanNa take care of this on my back cholera winding I can settle this property to most piston leaves do you know about the urge of quarterbacks I'm a worshiper I wanted like I'll do anything other than just concluded table oh shoes her why do we become farmer to become Russian's I'm willing to give that a try around to town and we'll see appears amusing jobs that's a store I'm so what that didn't help me at all it I've worked confusing I was before that play and Jack Jackson Memories for me a potato farm I I had a stroke and we were about to go to town and see if there were music job yeah now imagine what it would have been like to hear that like the week after you did those events would that be crazy yeah it would make me mad okay I examined my surroundings you're in the farmhouse the farm house where you live you're out farming oh boy you didn't like it you hate it especially jeff everyone else was kind of find with it yeah but I want to go get into adventures yeah I is talked about how you might WanNa just become a music band and try and do that for money you guys want to become a music band for money troubadours is there are we near a town you're in town I I walk into the the local tavern that might host musical events there's a local tavern okay I go into that musical tavern all right you do that are you guys doing that too I'm gonNA putter around the kitchen for a little bit how much money do we have not functionally none maybe like we have no hundred gold or something are potatoes worth anything you haven't sold them yet the harvest isn't complete you just started to get some we've been eating them too good not to we're so good at it I was tavern called Spencer the Greek God the creaky grieve I go to the creaky grieve and I asked for the manager you see the tavern keeper names cool Dennis Shit doc it's coming back to me now yeah you last saw him at a different tavern yes hey cool Dennis my friends and I work in a kind of a kind of a new musical act you guys have like an open mic night or a open spot Elia we got this little stage up here people can throw small denominations of coins as you know at you okay we're we're we're pretty pretty thin on the client so we could maybe use that money what do you play I play tambourine and so does everybody else it's it's the first all tambourine trio we only have one so we just passed we're just slowly out of our luck wayward ventures that are trying to farm potatoes but we got the tambourine but I gotta tell you harmonies which is the real show grabber sure well I'm no talent scout if you want to grab whatever instruments and come in tonight that sounds like a thing you could do go ahead I I'm at the House what time is it let's say it's eleven am the day after the events of the last episode we played okay I'm GonNa is diarrhea junior at the house yeah unless he leaves I'm so the House whole diarrhea yes let's head down to town and see up with Chad I just WanNa like lockdown the farm make sure we're not leaving any animals Open we should so up those animals I'm a new new at farming this we did harvest that cow for meat no you did we did it I mean the pins in the barn jail let's close it up yeah bumper crop of sarcasm all right shuttered the kitchen did you check the corral pen every everyone's good everything's locked up the `tatoes are all tucked in all right let's head down to the town let's let's head on down should we take horses I love horses do we own horses I think you have one horse from the past the horse we can ride it together okay I'm pretty late all right I'll get on the back okay we get on the horse and we ride to town you get on the Horse oh it doesn't like that it starts bucking under your legs is it because there's two of us it's because you rolled low I'll get off I'll get off to both we both get off I start stroking the horses heading and I'm like hey man it's us don't don't even don't even trip can I give it a potato yeah give it a potato I gave it a potato aright it loves it calms down Dramatic Potato Yeah I'm like the Potato Yeah that potato fucking horse piece of Shit fucking thought I loved horses and then you just fucking turn on me I'd be like that fucker potato so last wondering fucking get go all right now he'd double amount that Horse Yeah I'm GonNa face backwards Hell Yeah in case someone comes up on our six makes sense it's good it's great all right we ride town baby all right you go to town you see the tavern that Jeff walked into and you know he went in you also see what's her name Sarah Hughes the I guess he was an from the night before and she's like hey what's up hey Kagera that's a cool way to ride a horse a area it's Kagera the girl that was fighting the the race the thing in the art that was some real spooky stuff yet going on there Oh yeah that's just you know my job a Druid we keep the balance that thing was out of Balance Yeah I used to adventure damn then I took an Arrow in the knee.
"g mobile" Discussed on Harmontown
"Deal with the thirty to fifty feral hogs that run into my yard well my two to three children are playing every ten minutes or whatever the something really specific and everybody was like having a gas with it because it was kind of silly just seem like a guy that was just making up a reason why you would need rifle and he was but but but then the reply all podcast which is which is really great it's a great podcast like a- as it always does it just went down the rabbit hole of that story I ca- contacting that guy who always reply all turns out to be a wonderful I'm in being who is like totally gets Y it's funny his there is like there is like do you understand why everyone was like re tweeting it was like yeah no it's a it's it's a ridiculous tweet what's ridiculous to you about is like wow that's just the first of all thirty to fifty is a weird number he ran down the whole thing they but but also the guy was like you know is like Oh shit feral hogs thing is a real thing and he did have that experience basically he didn't have an assault rifle but he was just sort of like in the moment he was like from his own life experiences like saying here's a reason you need an assault rifle and so then the episode continues to just go into this whole feral hog thing which is fucking fascinating so the Spaniards naked when when they were storing or whatever like they would they would like is that they would I guess it was like amid evil thing like you would bring pigs with you and this is already cool like this this weird like mine crafty you kind of modern ish kind of thinking like the guys were in the business of of colonial imperialistic just like fucking world paving like they would just bring haagse with them because they fuck like rabbits and they turn everything they eat into bacon which you said you take a couple of pigs with you when you get on a ship and wherever you land if there's a forest you kick their little ashes out of the boat they're gonNA go fucking like raise like pigs are like the fastest reproducing mammals or something like that which I find a stonning and and the way they described it as like they basically do all the foraging you it otherwise have to do and they turn every acorn leaf insect they turn it all into one big mobile fucking pork unit and they wouldn't they wouldn't build kids mobile jeff's writing it down I want to see the day when that comes in handy undeserved somebody like stumbles up to you and goes like what did he say about this immobile pork unit is getting a little little little creased up envelope in your in your in your pocket but I just think it's fascinating because particularly is it's not what we associate with Agrarian Society it was like they would let the pigs they wanted him to flourish so it was like it was like you let the pigs out into the wild and then you start can Kista doering knowing that wherever you go as you're looking for your fountains a youth or whatever the fuck you're doing that you've now ceded this land with these mobile fucking pork units there you're just gonNA run across them they're easy to hunt they've they've turned everything important you just go and eat it and then you keep moving I I just I I so like like disgustingly human-like at such a the first thing and now we're suffering for like all these centuries later these there's there's like there was this sort of like dormant pig population here's the craziest most ironic thing about it so so that when the feral pig problem starting to blossom in the United States the first instinct given our lessons we've learned from the passenger pigeon and saying this is easy we know what to do open season on feral pigs have added America and little problem there like hunt chilling pigs is like it if you're if you're down for killing alike it is the ah season on pigs is way cooler than open season and pigeons like like you get to now take quarter sticks of dynamite and create booby traps where pigs are flying in the air and you get to pop in a helicopter and a headset just go like they fuck so fast they're ready to fuck again six months after born and they're like the but here's the crazy irony to it the reason they're spreading out of control is because it's legal to hunt them and it's fun to hunt them for some people like tourists and things like there's a thriving business and industry it's kind of like the Ching thing where it's like there are people in the world who never want these things to go extinct because they now have a way to make lots of money I eat charging tickets to like bring you along to fuck up pigs in your little jigsaw soc a couple of chefs that they pay to now and hunt wild board so they can get you know bore bacon you know the rendered fat there are farmers out there than who whose videos are almost indistinguishable from the kind of like horrible kind of like guys were laughing with Glee as blowing up these these pigs but like the difference this is like their farmers out there who wish they were just all gone and who are not enjoying killing thousands of them a week going up four nights a week three in the morning on three wheelers with assault rifles going and just like night vision and these things are so smart you can't trap them the same way twice if you try appa pig and another pig sees it no other pigs ever gonNA fall for that trap it sounds like a joke but it's like if you if they build a house out of Straw lake another one's got one made brick the next day it's crazy he tried introducing wolves wild and now we just got homeless pigs that's it but you have a bunch of dudes with with guns running around Killen pegues but they're breeding faster that will the guys but it's like it's like the that's the super irony to me is like they they they like the guy drastic park three it's like sky onto a fucking picnic they breed them and they spread them because they're they're they're bread and butter pork bread and butter like they her here's here's something crazy here's how huge the problem is Jeff Lord Pita and the national Pharrell hog genocide enthusiasts like I don't know what they're called the American farmers associated who are who are suffering the brunt of this investigation pita and those guys are arm in arm just because even pita is like this madness has to stop and the like the the like like it has to stop in the most humane way possible like they they they lobbied together that's how fucked up situation is and there are people that are like let's poison them all and but the PLO poisonous thing that is like the size of a human means what are you gonNA use we'll look at how much rat poison you know you're GonNa put and then there's like this crazy thing like and that's actually the point with gotten to that's the end of the story is environmentalists who are like if you if you poison these these pig population enough to try to wipe them out it means poisoning earth around them forcing the entire biosphere everything eats those carcasses every all the plant life like and those people are even saying at this point it's the only a practical alternative to like what could actually be a really serious human impacting thing so it's like they're you know the the story compares it to to to the decision to do chemo right where you're just like I'm just going to attack myself with like something that kills everything and maybe won't kill me as much as it kills this thing is like the feral pig problem is like that real crazy there's this has been me capping a podcast you should listen to now you don't have to listen at our new segment called mobile porky and it's I wrote it down so I can remember Silky cody at one point said you know we we drink too much lacroix and like it's got like insecticide in it or something like that sounds like fucking garbaged doc what is it it's like flavored with oil essential oil interests things or something and every everything that has has pesticides in it I guess I don't know so it's like I think I'm drinking twelve cans of water but really I'm drinking twelve cans of water with a little pesticide in it making -til you gotta get it somewhere the FDA you gotta get your pesticides yeah and then you get a little cry out here I got a craving like I am addicted to Lacroix flavors you like it all on that line I mean I I don't want I don't want to pick a favorite flavor of Lacroix because I'm afraid then I'll be like berry you know passion is true man what even his passion true it's me no memory sprite he checked his notes those notes that notes came in handy a feral hogs bronx I like when the environmentally there's a pest that brought in by accident like the Spanish in like hearts or like earth and then they terrorized countryside's they go oh what you do is you bring in a bunch of snakes and the snakes I go fucking crazy and start killing everything you need endorse and then then the condor is supposed to the kander asleep at night throughout killing everybody and then you have to then you have to get a bunch of circle of Congress because they're eating every fucking everything else I I like people just don't think ahead and everything's just gone to shit Ah Yeah I love that like what's the weather like in Australia or New Zealand and cane toads yeah and then they brought in like Marsupial fucking something to go eat them but like no but they're nocturnal so while while imagine what it takes to to de stabilize the Australian biosphere like seventy percent of everything is a poison spider a veteran even know what a nice I mean some people do but introduce any anything from the world to the Australian biosphere and it would bounce off like a ping on like oh no I can't there's poison spiders here lately but no some some fucking towed like is wreaking havoc on I think it's like the opposite where they have they have several problems caused by several invasive species and it's like every one of those just really hit the ground running because like the Galapagos like they're like a macro galapagos where it's like they're so isolated that they have key in Tumbler kind of Evolution going marsupials case in point fucking giant rat with human biceps that like knock on your patio door in videos and it's just like everyone just react same way they're like you would gain kick defect and get out of here today you're sick and tired of Puckett a penny wise that's great you guys got spiders crawl up the wall with birds in their mouths it's unfair dinkum that was in your notes hit might still got it.
"g mobile" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"More frequently we wind up in environments in which the mobile clients have to deal with either spotty networks or slow networks but in terms of what the mobile clients have to do do it ends up being pretty similar they have to do some type of service discovery to find back and whether that typically uses something like the US they have to make R._B._C.'s they have to have retry policies and timeouts and those those types of things and I think the other thing that's happened over the past couple of years in particular as many applications have moved to mobile mobile first applications is that we have realized from an industry perspective that not all of the effort that were putting into making the server side system or reliable obviously fantastic but you know if at the edge proxy we have a let's say ninety nine point nine nine percent success rate or four nines. You know that's it's obviously great but if the user of the mobile application is only seeing a seventy five percent success rate. It doesn't matter how amazing our infrastructure is on that server side so we end up needing a lot of the same observability a lot of the same a lot of the same things that we need on that server side we needed on the client side so that we can make sure that we are delivering that fantastic experience to our users. There are many things that can go wrong on a mobile client device. You could have a poor cellular network. You could have a problem with the operating system. How do we differentiate between problems in the network versus problems that are just happening as a result of while I guess in when I when I say network I should say the programmatic network rather than the cellular network or something? That's going wrong in the operating system or something. That's beyond your control troll sure you know when you actually sit down and think about it. It's not really any different than than what we do on the server side in the sense that if I have a service that talks to another service in running within like some some type of virtual infrastructure. How do I know it's my application? How do I know it's the virtual machine? How how do I know of his the physical network so it's really the same the seem set of problems and I guess the quickey quick you answer which is not very satisfying that sometimes it can be very difficult to tell and all we can do from a network operation standpoint is we can try to build in the right metrics? They'll let the right analytics the right logging so that we can view the network at different layers and we can try to correlate failure and that might mean trying to look for patterns so are we seeing for example all of our users who were on the not mobile network. Are they seeing a particular problem that might be indicative of a network failure. Are we only seeing issues with users who are on that particular version of I._O._S.. Right that would indicate that maybe we have some bug. That's related to doc version of the operating system. So what it comes down to is that there's very rarely a smoking gun and I think what's much more important is to have the right infrastructure in place so that again we can gather the right stats the right logging and the right tracing the right analytics and then we can start debugging and we can start trying to understand what are the patterns that were seeing so you know when we start to talk about why would wanna run something like on Voi- Oy on the mobile client <hes> a lot of the reason we wanna do that is that it gives us a base platform with which we can actually you know emit a lot of these metrics a lot of these analytics and a lot of this logging so so that we can do the right debugging to actually start to understand where the problems are happening so there are tools for observability that are on.
"g mobile" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"All the edits are applied non destructively. So I can always go in and access a change anything I've done, and the fact that it's being able to do it on the full resolution file at any point and being able to access things that have done on my desktop on the road. These are all really really amazing opportunities that gives you this scheme ability to do things and. Frankly, the fact that the same math or algorithms that are being applied on your desktop or your mobile device is really really fantastic. Are you giving anything up by that? Because you know, you traditionally like you said, you know, old school thinking is. Doing anything on a on a device, it's not a proper quote, computer. Like, you know, a MAC book pro or windows machine or your amac. Or whatever is is you're going to have a limited feature set limited power and the algorithms that you mentioned are going to be sort of dumbed down watered down al-gharib versus the high-powered real math that a proper computer can do are you saying that that that's not the case that the algorithms, and I'm applying on my comp- on my hand held computer are the same or similar to what we get on a proper, computer. So they're one hundred percent the same. So exactly the same. And the only difference between the mobile devices in the desktop devices. Is that? While there's like see differences, but from an algorithm perspective is that some of the tools aren't available.
"g mobile" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"We're not needing to ring every ounce of performance out of a phone every time anymore. Exactly. And that's really my next thought to share is interestingly that the very next year twenty thirteen for the web really changed things, you kind of hinted out there. Richard, the iphone five was released and other types of better an Android related. Hardware as well. And what does that lead to that lead to what are we up to now two to four gigabytes of ram and phones improved from the browser front, both on desktop and mobile. All the providers start in web browser makers started improving their Java script engines and their run times, so and just better CPU's and just better hardware in general, start around twenty thirteen. So that's really, we kind of consider that an inflection point where the scale tipped over towards the web. And of course, just one year later is when the Facebook thing happened. Yeah, but you know, it's really things have come a long way. We have. So much that that has evolved from that and kind of get into that next. So the. There's been a rise of frameworks and sort of the pendulum swinging back towards an embrace of web technology. We just mentioned at Facebook while again, a few years ago, they publicly gave up on the web at seemed, at least for mobile and everything. Right. Well, what do we have the past couple years that has gained a lot of popularity react and react native built by Facebook. So I just have to chocolate that because they had made such a big stink about it and then hear the tape coming back to it. Well, if anybody can build a web app at scale, it's them. They have to everybody goes away. Yeah, they certainly got experience around all of that. Exactly. It just seems that the web technologies have gotten so much more mature now that the major browsers playing nice with each other, which wasn't always the case. That's very true. You know, one particular. Challenge was Android with different types of yet. We still have this today fragmentation, different manufacturers building different types of phones and supporting different versions of chromium, the Google Chrome web engine right rum. But a lot of that has has kind of standardized. I, as of, I think it was Android, four point four. So quite a handful of versions ago, they Android broke out the web browser into its separate kind of app that can be updated.
"g mobile" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"That makes you happy then yes my better podcast has it's not about feelings ever it's about facts yeah okay and you do have many facts to share like how our game works what are you shared those facts every week we harvest to grownups one is an expert the other oh you're not gonna like this person there liar and it's the job of a real human child to tell who is who what are we lying about today deborah we are lying about mobile devices yes computing devices small enough to hold and operate in the hand from personal digital assistants to smartphones tablets these i'm guessing you know quite a bit about mobile devices i'm getting a call we'll excuse you you really should turn that off while we're recording yeah it's lisa okay all i don't know deborah has to be on the show if we're up to me it would just be me right levi lighting but okay well why don't you leave a comment okay thank you so much put that away it is time to meet our contestant german introduce them sure that would be a good idea be today's human child contestant from princeton new jersey home of the albert einstein house meet a twelve year old who loves the beach and travel especially traveling to a beach i call her laura rows thank you so much and having me we're so happy that you're here we wanna learn a little bit about you we want to learn some truth so you loved the beach is that's true yes i love to be tell me why why do you like the beach just i feel like the sound of the water is fun to be around to swim it's also a truth that you are very good at balancing things on your head that's true because of like ballet i'm a dancer and so look we have to balance a lot so it's fun things on your head yeah fair enough that is the truth now i've told you some things that you already know to be treated because they are about you but what if somebody told you some other facts do you think you'd be able to know if they were true or if they were lies yep probably let's let's let's do a little experiment how about if lisa tells you a fact and then you decide if it's the truth or okay lisa the one sect that coming up on average most people drink the equivalent of one swimming pool a day swimming pool of water a day swimming pools worth of water on average would you say that that is true or alive is definitely alive why why are you so sure that that's a lie because i mean like i don't think one person could drink full little experience it's extremes would look for extreme facts that just don't make any sense yes right that's a good how there was like one person who drink ten hundred million swimming pools then everyone else could just drink a couple of glasses of water would average out and you you've got that down that's pretty good and what about lying do you have any experience with lying have you have you ever told a lie of yes oh definitely you have any good at it yeah no i'm pretty good at telling you but i can tell especially when my sister tells alive he has like a face to face when she lies like she has the face that like i can always tell because what happens like does she twist up her nose or i don't know i don't know how to explain it it's just it's just tell from her expression yeah expressionless she's about to laugh sort of and what about mobile devices do you have a mobile device yes i have a phone you have you have some experience yeah all right this is excellent so we're going to i think it's it's a good time now to maybe meet our experts at least i hope it a little a little welcome music for experts tom on a did not know you in the timeless sad now i know you catchy i expert or is he is markers market you kindly introduce yourself to lara markers on and i provide.
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"Been growing a lot they spin that off into a separate public company in nineteen ninety nine two years later two thousand one deutsche telekom comes in the big german telephone company wired and wireless operator and they buy voicestream for thirty five billion dollars and rename it t mobile usa and that is how t mobile is born and think about this like this is again just to recap mccaw cellular is is sold in what was it nineteen ninety ninety four for twelve point six billion so a lot of money not that much longer two thousand one so it's seven years later the protege at mccaw john stanton and his wife terri they have created this crazy thing this rural operator turned into voicestream they sell that for thirty five billion dollars to deutsche telekom and it becomes t mobile they actually retain western wireless the cellular one the rural company deck ends up getting acquired a couple years later by all tell for six billion dollars alltel ends up getting split up and getting acquired by mostly by verizon small parts of it by at and t and is a big part of the verizon network now to like so increase we now have complete coverage we now have john stanton's starting western wireless selling all tell which becomes parts of reisen we have mccaw cellular itself coming in what became eighteen thousand wireless nextel becoming sprint nextel becoming sprint and then lastly voicestream becoming t mobile coming to you know we have one more event here one more merger yet to cover that will be the real bulk of this episode that is how we've gotten to where we are today well i don't know if it'll be the book this is all this backstory is a hopeless nurse you've enjoyed it like it's so fun and it's fun for us being from seattle at knowing it but to these people and all the people around it so john and terry the do continue in the wireless industry they started company called trilogy.