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"milanesi" Discussed on Clockwise
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"milanesi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"That if you ever to move a for fifty kilometres for one hour you probably better used car or if you have to transport something off if you ever some physical parliament work okay. But if we imagine that today you have the right to use more than before. They can't use. Bobby tasks that match. We should imagine that if you're young if you will the physical condition if you just need to work on a ride for three five kilometers we have to push you to move by Walker to move by by by scooter not Kutai streets. That is part of our strategy. We don't have the same rule for everybody. Maybe we can't oblige people but we have to kit conditioner to walk ride for people that. Leave the three five subway station far for work. Now you've made the commitment to over some thirty five kilometers of St for walking pedestrians. How dramatically is going to change? Milan is the center of the city in effect. Going to become car free well. The city centre Milan was supposed to be quite caffeine. Because we have a congestion charge from one decayed juice traffic. We doubled the pedestrian area in the last five years or so we were working on this direction but our main stage. It was the idea that the you reach the city centre by transport but we are a little weaker on that cycle lacey stem and that is the power of job. We want to do this summer. Especially over the subway lines to give a physically the idea that is their preferred tarrant. Maybe not the only one but the preferred and when you speak to other counselors is amazing. The oldest decision making has been able to take place during the pandemic other counselors and other people in the city. Is there a sense that these changes are going to be permanent or is this trying things out for the summer and autumn as we see how the pandemic plays out? Well I think that when you start sustainability it's out to come back. Luckily so bike lease now they are just beatty. Did they would be just painted. We will make a better job. Sir Your by to make them permanent and safer. Probably on the table Sephora restaurant bar. It's a some solution because during winter you can't stay out in the same way and probably because my opinion this summer it's better to put a table even where it wouldn't be allowed usually dent wherever table less a month by month. We will see and we hoped when they will forget about Colvin's and Tommy here. At Monaco. Milan is a really important city for a company. Like is you. We come group several times a year for the furniture for the fashion. Similan has this magnet effect that pulls in people from all around the world. The trade for business industry going forward. Do you think that is going be less important to Milan? You will become more a city for Milanesi for people from Lamberti that you will be less of an outward looking city and this environment of you know walkability and it's about neighborhoods and things that is going to be a new version of Milan. A people in the city council wondering what the future of Milan should be as a city on a global stage. It's a good question I it's not just meander but it's a good question for every city I ister. We have to defend our economy at the moment. And so they citizens of Milan and law the either for mundane alive last ramp abayas shops except that we are imagine especially a policy around our barrels. The idea that every citizen should ever every savvy at fifteen minutes walking distance and they should also help the local economy to survive so they are full of restaurants in the area and if they want if they can awfully they will help them to maintain live. These could be helpful even for future because for example two is businessman coming to town. They don't use that match so if they will find more worker bike addicted cities them before it's easier twelve new tourist insider even before we have to be ready. When people will be allowed to travel again they would want to travel again. We also imaging out. Can WE RE plan design and fashion week at the two main moment of our city as a connection with the world while they're extraordinary times. Thank you so much for joining us. It's fascinating program. Does very final thought other cities contacting you now as they see the program. You're doing because you've had huge success. Everson's Expo was in Milan charting a different course your city other cities in Italy and around. You're asking you how you're delivering this kind of change around mobility at the moment between us because they think we said that our actions that we published city strategy for the POSCO VIDA on our website because citizens again send us a suggestion proposal. La even complaining because nobody knows what will happen so we want to debate by citizens. Many cities asked about strategy and the many international cities infected. We will publish an English version of the documentary because many of the cities are asking and Milan started before. So we have a few days of work more than the other cities. Pier Francesco Morandi Urbanism and Greenery Council at Milan City Hall was speaking to Mongols Andrew. Tuck and you can hear the full interview on this week's episode of the urban primarily today at twenty hundred London Time writer on monocle twenty four. Ubs has over nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries.
"milanesi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The the the the patient one is in that was discovered in the first towns. That went on lockdown as just now after seventeen days. Come out of Breathing on machine so that that tells you that with these beds and equipment being taken up by people who already sick and you're getting for example in the last twenty four hours alone. We've had almost six hundred cases of that. A four hundred needed critical care. So that tells you that that the problem is is serious and and it's growing and here in the regional government is saying that we need to really clamp down a fully on on. Even this thing is as of today. I was talking to people by phone. Who have stores open in the fashion district that we're doing limited hours but but right now the government saying we need to even go an extra step and say closys down also the curfews that were previously with the restaurants in the cafes that needs to go to and we need to stay with just pharmacies and supermarkets here in in Lombardy? So that's that's the request so there'll be discussions about that with the government in Rome. Tell us a little bit more. You describe that the issue of the government and the regional authorities potentially saying different things. There has been criticism that despite the fact that you set contests. The Prime Minister seems to have taken a rather understated but firm lead. Ever since this crisis began to ferment. There has been such a lot of political infighting that this may indeed have caused some sort of delay. What are the thoughts on that? This draft of this decree leaked out on on Saturday evening and you saw the images of people getting on trains and buses and somebody even took a taxi to Rome. Milan to Get Alpha for the The lockdown went in effect for northern Italy. And so there's about how that played out. Of course there have been lots of exchanges back and forth worth example with materials Lavinia of the Northern League who back in January was saying we need to cut all traffic Travel with with with China. Now he's he's on board with Conti. He's not He's he's meeting today with the Prime Minister. So there has been this sort of a sense of of slow sort of reaction to the crisis of over over over Several weeks in terms of trying to get a handle on it because people could still fly directly from China of course as other places in Europe so You finally say now this this reaction and now that this request is coming from the regional government to say we should go for the next fifteen days. They're asking for even the further extension so close the shops and cafes and restaurants you can that shows you that the regional forties here. Of course we're talking about you. Know governments in the in the north northern regions. Run by the League who aren't opposition to to county and so they're asking the same because they believe that they they need. These measures put in place Immediately tennis a little bit more about how local economies are going to cope with this. I mean if you do have such a lock down as you described you have what many people argue is a heart and soul of Italy. Italy's economy its ability to feed and let us socialized going. What are people saying about how they will cope? Poor survival organise knows what well economically. I've been speaking on the phone with people who represent the sort of the made in Italy behind the scenes the smaller for example design and fashion brands and and they are trying to work as best. They can a brand that has many women at home sewing together their neckties speaking to a gentleman and influence half company for generations and they are having the moment in the workspace they have people distance washing their hands every thirty minutes and he said that He had good news the other day because finally in China he got an order finally asked to be set because finally in China after their lockdown. They've now begun to come out and they've main distributors asked him. Descend finally a shipment of course a lot of businesses. It's quite difficult to sort of. How do you? How do you do a photo shoot for for product because now you have to keep your distance when you're in the photo shoe bringing products to do a still life They're all these complications and and people are insurance and and you see out on the sidewalk I call it. The sort of the MILANESI sidestep because people are are trying to sort of respect this distances and even in the cafe downstairs I popped very briefly and there was just four customers and everyone is sort of separated on on all corners that no one could go to the bar to take their Cappuccino because of this this ruling. So you know it's it's a it's a new kind of Wait wait wait. We have to adapt to for or or the near term. Hopefully and get through it. We've seen quite a lot of rather unnecessary stockpiling of household goods here in the United Kingdom and Australia has seemed to make a virtue of not coping with the potential toilet rolls shortage. What is it that the Talian hoarding? I mean you've had things like of course pasta so people buying thirty kilos of Sealy because you know they they wanna they wanNA stop you. Saw Of course on Sunday a more concerned and lines with people being separated every few meters to enter stores in limited numbers in the south overnight. You saw Some scenes because it went into effect in the south just just Just now and so. There was a bit of a bit of panic. I think now Milan. I think we we're getting use. The fact that yes the the the support have always been so. There's no need to rush out and buy for for two weeks everything that you need but again. It's it's still something that people have to have to adapt to and it's it's not easy obviously psychologically Ivan Cavalier staying inside in Milan. Thank you very much indeed for joining us on monocle twenty four you're listening to the briefing. What can learn in a minute more than you think. If you subscribe to Monaco daily email newsletter. The monocle minute.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"Was on interstate one a one in south San Francisco this week at about eight thirty in the morning during the morning commute and people. It was wondering on the highway which is no good drivers are calling the California Highway Patrol came and stop traffic and an actually a a person a driver got out of his car and used like a handkerchief to try to scare it away, which I don't recommend that seems like a bad idea. But the best part may be that went to see HP patrol vehicle arrived and the officer opened the back seat of his car. The sea lion just jumped on in and was hanging out in the back seat of the car. There are pictures of this. I'll put Lincoln the show notes. The and the officer opened the back seat of his car. The sea lion just jumped on in and was hanging out in the back seat of the car. There are pictures of this. I'll put Lincoln the show notes. The animal was healthy not injured in any way was taken to the peninsula. Humane society. In the C H P car, and I think that's pretty adorable. I don't know how it got up on the freeway on one of one and thought it was doing, but I kind of love that it immediately just Hopton backseat. Stuck his head out the window and was ready to take a ride, and that's your fuzzy puppy update because thanks to often panelists caroliina Milanesi for again recommending a link for the fuzzy puppy update. What would I do without Carolina's links? This one was in English, though, not Italian. So I didn't have translated. All right that brings us to the end of this edition of download Philip, Michael. Thank you so much for coming on and talking about weird phones and Facebook, I was happy to do it and Stephen Hackett. Thank you as always, of course. And thanks everybody out there for listening to download we will see you next week. I won't be here. I will be on assignment. But Steven will be here. And he will be watching the headline. So you don't have to buy everybody.
"milanesi" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"How are you? I'm doing great. So you seem to travel more than I do. I'm not jealous. What is a hub? And you went to Milan not too long ago. And when you were there among other things, you found a technique, which I guess is old. I don't know maybe new for cookie resided when a whole new way only change your mind in my mind. But so what did you find the chefs that I spoke to you know, they were surprised when I said to them that resulted was hard and difficult to make long time lots of stirring simmering, and they were like they look at me like I was crazy because they do it in twenty five minutes and with maybe ten minutes of actual hands on time kind of really blew me away. They brought me into the kitchen, and I was really surprised that some things that I expected to be mandatory chicken broth slow simmer, slowly ladling in the broad constantly starting. None of that happened. This is what I've been saying for thirty five years. It'd be careful you're undermining. Yeah. I think you've gotta ruin sorry. But yeah. So you know, what they did was first of all they quickly sauteed onion in a little bit of butter. And then yet your rice. Toast that in butter with the onion. And then a lot of times Diglis with some wind that blew that away. Don't even bother. They don't like the bussiness of it. So instead, they add the broth now we've been taught you've taught me too, slowly stir and slowly ladle in all that broth over time. They just dump it right in bringing all of it all at once. And they don't use chicken broth, by the way, they use vegetable broth and they bring it right up to a strong simmer. And they just let it go to give a few aggressive stirs after that they've infused a little bit of broth from saffron. They dump that in and it's done in like ten minutes after they had the broth that fast and that simple. So this is seems to be a theme from your trips to Italy. Don't add a lot of unnecessary stuff that mucks up the flavor. Plenty was the same reject Yuk. Keep it simple. And that's why they don't add that they don't have the wind because they feel that's his bussiness that even when you cook it, it doesn't totally cook off now one trick. I did learn from different. Chef was that. He finishes the dish with a splash. Vinegar and vinegar brightens up this otherwise sometimes heavy dish and gives it that brightness that a lot of people try to get with the wind, but they never quite succeed. Because again, you get that bussiness instead, which can Pete's with all the other flavors. So I've one questions so for eight to ten minutes, it's medium high heat. Yep. You're stirring, frequently. Yeah. And then is it simmer for while after it's done. So the actual cooking is about ten minutes. Actual cooking is about ten minutes. Finish it with that vinegar, maybe a little bit more butter the little bit of parmesan not a lot because they don't wanna make a gloomy which I think here we tend to add too much. Jeez. Glues it up, and it's done is on the plate is like a pool of sunshine on your plate. How? One less thing was toothsome and Al dente or do they cook? It more knows quite some quite L Dante, and but it was kind of perfection that we strive for and we often fail because we tend to overcook it because which stirring, sterling ladling the broth and waiting for it to absorb it. Just get in and get done. So now, I spend the rest of my career with you. Explain to me, why everything I said is wrong. Yeah. That's pretty much my goal. Thanks jam so result Milanesi or you could just say saffron residing, I guess in lane English, and you can make it in fifteen twenty minutes, and it totally different methods..
"milanesi" Discussed on Upgrade
"It was about like, plugs plugs, and I would love to have a plug Dyke's on home kitten and on the echo and my options were for companies name. I've never heard of before I can't get Belkin products with that have home kit support the cameras, I can't I can't use. So and again, it's like what can you put in your home? If you live in a house, maybe you feel differently live in an apartment, right? It's like a homeless security cameras all accomplish the the locks that you have because I don't if you Billy to do that. So there's a lot of personal experience that comes from this. Maybe that's the split is a split between people who have who are in a circle. Stance where it all has started to work. And I'm in that where like it's all started to work now. And I'm like oh home kit. Isn't is a thing. Now where it was previously not a thing. And then if you're in a place, whether it was a geographic location or in terms of your housing situation, where it's still not a thing. Then it's still not a thing. And you get I I was struck by this. And I think what says it all about home kit is the highest it's ever received still not a very good score. So like progress yet a lack of enthusiasm and as yeah as Carolina Milanesi said puzzling, right? Like nothing has been happening for a while was is this not a priority for apple and what's going on. And again that comes up in a bunch of areas where we've you apple as this. And I think maybe there's some truth of this. We apple is this enormous and enormously successful company and sometimes when you. Look at what they're doing. You start to wonder if what they really are is a an enormously successful hardware design system with a struggling. But okay software. Manufa software organization. In then a whole bunch of poorly funded poorly staffed not focused on ancillary businesses. Where apples DNA says we have to own this and do our own thing. But they refuse to actually prioritize that stuff and home kits. Great example, right where it's like apple home kit because apple didn't wanna see this market to Amazon and Google, but it does feel like apple also didn't do home kit, right. And is still trying to live it down. And it's unclear that. They've actually turned it around say it wrong with like chips advocation way that they would down. Right. But then they changed it. I was twelve and that's why they're all aggressors. But like is going to take more time still. Yep. Hardware reliability be plus down from a minus and oboe. This is what the macbook keyboards. This is the effect. This is where it was this is where people were talking about. David spock's says I realized recently, the I no longer take MAC hav where reliability for granted, which are like, right? Like I liked that phrase. And then of course, that's let's let's run through the people is so says the continued problems with the macbook macbook pro keyboards despite the reductions from twenty eighteen Keeble membrane tonic their reputation in a big way. John. Syracuse says the butterfly keyboard really has to go and Casey says I'm not calling anyone's head to roll. But I do think there's a legitimate problem here that needs to be addressed. This is a sore point. I think it's telling so twenty sixteen is really when the new macbook pro's came out, right? The MAC book was out earlier. I think it's telling that if you look at my. My results over time. Apple's perceived hardware reliability. Among the panel has dropped every year. Yep. So this was a four point four average in twenty fifteen. It's now three point eight not horrible. It's still a b plus, but I do think there's something in the fact that over the last four years as the new macbooks rolled out, especially that the perception of the reliability of Apple's hardware has has dropped from basically a stray to be plus from a four point four to three point eight. It is to me meaningful. This is the category. They should always score highest on this is what they should be have been good at apple make great Hawa the median score among my panelists. My fifty five panelists was a four..
"milanesi" Discussed on Upgrade
"Look good, even if it's not well lit, even if it's not accurate. They wanted to look good and Google nailed that an apple I am convinced could have done it and chose not to maybe they didn't think of it or maybe they actually chose not to. But I think that this is like an entire podcast episode in a nutshell. But I do wonder if that is behind some of Apple's decisions here where Google doesn't care. They're just making crowd decisions and apple cares, which is getting in its way. Which again, if you're somebody who cares about what apple cares about is great. I just questioned in a broad consumer product like the iphone with that might be the wrong the wrong approach to take. So I think the discussion around price was probably most keenly felt in the iphone category. So lean sim says apple needs to reevaluate its mocking strategy a monkey strategy that pricing is cost prohibitive for many people Moen man says I feel like I phones price Brel is developing some copious holes. Yep. Yeah. I mean, that's definitely one of the big stories of last fall is that people are increasingly uncomfortable with Apple's pricing, especially on the iphone and could we don't know could have been the issue that led to them getting really wanted to be with the phone sales. Yeah. We don't. Djamil into the ipad, a minus, no change. I it's very simple, amazing hardware nothing on software. I don't remember what I graded it as when I gave you my schools. But I remember you specifically pick that out when you surprised how I graded it. But it was because of this. I just think that this is the best ipod hot wet seven made put the software just that did nothing and it needs to do something. So Carolina Milanesi says the biggest issue ample has is perception of whether or not the I'm pro is as good as a computer mostly that perception is driven by software rather than hardware, which is they did some interesting hall with stuff they USB on it. But all the discussion was around the fact that you couldn't access an external on-drive people actually need to do is not the point. But it showed holes in the ipad. Yeah..
"milanesi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Commend biscuit. Yeah. Especially with cream, strawberries, oh, you could still do that. Usually, the biscuit is you can be a witness. You could eat the biscuit without the which look green was right? You're that recipe or we'd have to pull that upset a heavily at home. It's not my head. It's only four ingredients. You got your flower your butter heavy cream baking powder. It was the heavy cream that I forgot rock recipe and baking pedaled, five ingredients, and honestly guys so delicious, and you could put anything on that. But we loved it with the Honey mustard the ham, and I would send that as gifts to people because they craved it delicious. Yeah. So what else are you cooking? These days. Cooking making a lot of soups at home. Elope soup. I love sue. You know, what I made the other day? I did a vegetable white bean with short ribs. I didn't have narrow bones. But I found short ribs cut short with phones. And I did that same thing. Brown them made a stock. And then did all the it was my wife says I've been holding back on baked clams for thirty years, you do she loves and I love I just never used to make the now making home and like it'd be done on mulberry street. They're good good. I as you're talking. I'm thinking, no one has served me baked clams nor have I made them in years. You have to get really good clams whole foods is that where you buy replace. They shut them for me. So at hopeful. So what do you do? What do you? Do you get you Clem? Right. And you have them shock them. Like, take the shows home. I rinse it shows that well, so there's no little piece. Breadcrumb in that mixture. There is I use roasted garlic bread crumbs olive oil partially soul bringing back. My persistence memory olive oil mix it up we used to love that put them in the oven. Again, totally satisfying great was Super Bowl Super Bowl. Ray come in the name of the event, it's a great Super Bowl item. Everybody loves me cleanse, greasy very inexpensive and whole foods will shut them. All right. Who knew the usually shut them. Asking for a hundred clam shell you're gonna tell you know. Not only that Clemson. You're not going to serve roast chicken for Super Bowl. But Mitchell makes the best roast chicken and the best gravy. How nei-neither of? Chicken little hot oven. And you don't do a lot to it. Ryan salt pepper butter. That's it. And stick it in water four four fifty fifty. Can't be too hot. But how come you gravy is always so good is separate just the the pen, drippings, no onions, celery carrots and the bottom known look. I liked. I liked the roster. Jake was potatoes parsnips carrots, also delicious. You gonna make gravy from the drippings? Yeah, I love that so much everything's giving me my wife will say to me, you know, how long that great. We keep us keep a month. It's mostly fat. I'm just kidding. But you can freeze. I don't free you never. Well, I sometimes everyone loves gravy. So if I really make a big wonderful gravy, and I have any left, which I rallied we had a customer sixty fifth and Madison for many, Sean. Can this be frozen? I don't know. I don't freeze. I said you right across the street when he just by today today or tomorrow, and then freeze freezer must have more stuff in it. You know, what people do that all the time? I'm not a big freezer person. I keep chicken that. I buy Cosco individually wrapped from the freezer. I do that for the dog. Could do it for yourself too. But that's I keep that in the freezer, but very rarely he'd buttering the free scream. I keep trader Joe's puff pastry in the freezer. I'm gonna go get I never portrayed string KEMA atrium in the freezer and that Sanjay Gupta. That's because you're Mitchell London. So Mitchell London we've been bothering him since he no longer has his boutique shops where we all used to stop the get that lemon chicken that. I loved popular addition Stewart was the lemon chicken. You're a member. How you made that? I do. Different Chiwetel me tell you. Yeah. Chicken cutlets cut very thin. I pounded pounded. Well, it goes against the market. I go to fight goes. And they cut him for me razor thin marinated in lemon zest, fresh, lemon juice. I'll will fresh irregular. That'd be fresh. Reagan will be we don't want to buy fresher. Reagan will make a different dish. Okay. Hash fresh original a little bit of peppers. Guy pepper flakes, the red ones you let that shit for four hours two hours. Lemon juice lemon says fresh oregano and a little red pepper you dredge that in flower after you marinate to three or four hours does not need to be overnight. Put it in flower different flower, shake off, the excess flour Brown that in olive oil in a non stick pan. Right. And we call it banging chicken was named by kid who came into the shop who would water can lose his mother five days a week because it's bang and good. That's that's how the kids talk. Now, again, hand baggage recall and chicken, and it is super delicious super easy. That's easy. I'm gonna make that one. And if you put it on top of a green salad Isla Milanesi, delicious, you then you get your salad for the day. You totally happy close nothing to make. And it is banging good. Mitch the name easy, and you can serve it with anything, mashed potatoes or rice asparagus delivers from my wife. She does not I like it and I roasted with parmesan to go. But she you know, we all have I can't eat beets. People say what I loved. I know everyone loves reach can't.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"There is part of me. That's like, well, you know, if you're going to be that stupid. But and I'm not serious about that. But like the problem is that they also endanger other people, so it's that's right there. So they're stupid and endangering other people too. So yes, don't don't add me. I I'm not legitimately saying that people who take by waterfalls deserve to die. I'm just saying the dumb thing to do. And you shouldn't do it. Very very dumb. Hey, that's really dark. So let me tell you about something. Nice. The fuzzy update before we go we like to do something that's happy. And this is a great one. I want to tell you the story about a miracle puppy named Tony hawk now, why why is this miracle puppy named Tony hawk that's because one day earlier this month in Austin, Texas, there were some people walking around their construction workers, and they heard a puppy crying. And they're like where is that puppy, and they couldn't find the puppy around them anywhere. And all of a sudden a puppy fell out of the sky and landed near them, and they looked up to see a hawk flying away. This is the miracle puppy who was caught by a hawk and was going to be carried off. But apparently instead landed near the construction workers who took it to veterinary clinic, it's a it was a one pound Chihuahua puppy had some punctures from the hot hawk talons. No broker. In bones taking in. For now. The puppy is is named Tony hawk as a reminder of its daredevil nature as it flew through the sky after being dropped by a hawk. So there's that too. So hurry for the miracle puppy and. Yeah, watch out if you've got small pets that you don't want hawks or coyotes or whatever getting to them seriously address. Yeah. They are. Yeah. I don't think they'll take my hundred and forty five pound. Yes. Dogs that would be unfortunately, Tony hawk so little so apparently appetizing for a hawk so good job puppy. You save you save the day. It's awesome. And that brings us to the end of this episode of download caroliina Milanesi tell people where they can find you can find me on Twitter at Carrow underscore Milanesi, which is M. I.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"There is part of me. That's like, well, you know, if you're going to be that stupid. But I'm not serious about that. But like the problem is that they also endanger other people, so it's that's right there. So they're stupid and endangering other people too. So yes, don't don't add me. I I'm not legitimately saying that people who take by waterfalls deserve to die. I'm just saying the dumb thing to do. And you shouldn't do it. Very very dumb. Hey, that's really dark. So let me tell you about something. Nice. The fuzzy update before we go we like to do something that's happy. And this is a great one. I want to tell you the story about a miracle puppy named Tony hawk now, why why is this miracle puppy named Tony hawk that's because one day earlier this month in Austin, Texas, there were some people walking around their construction workers, and they heard a puppy crying. And they're like where is that puppy, and they couldn't find the puppy around them anywhere. And all of a sudden a puppy fell out of the sky and landed near them, and they looked up to see a hawk flying away. This is the miracle puppy who was caught by a hawk and was going to be carried off. But apparently instead landed near the construction workers who took it to veterinary clinic, it's a it was a one pound Chihuahua puppy had some punctures from the hot hawk talons. No broke. In bones taking in. For now. The puppy is is named Tony hawk as a reminder of its daredevil nature as it flew through the sky after being dropped by a hawk. So there's that too. So hurry for the miracle puppy and. Yeah, watch out if you've got small pets that you don't want hawks or coyotes or whatever getting to them seriously address. Yeah. They are. Yeah. I don't think they'll take my hundred and forty five pound. Yes. Dogs that would be unfortunately, Tony hawk so little so apparently appetizing for a hawk so good job Beer, cO puppy. You save you save the day. It's awesome. And that brings us to the end of this episode of download caroliina Milanesi tell people where they can find you can find me on Twitter at Carrow underscore Milanesi, which is M. I.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"Jason snow doing a little different kind of download today. Trying stuff out its new year. New download as the as the old. Maybe if we like it. And if we don't we won't do it this way, and we'll do something else instead, but never resting always wondering what was going to go on. We're gonna talk about some of those headlines that we talked about. And then later you heard me later, we will be joined by caroliina Milanesi and vendor hardware to talk about CAS stuff. A little bit, TV smart assistance. And we're also going to talk about stream media net flicks, raising its prices and some other stuff. But before there, we will do some of what we think are the most interesting stories of the week little highlights just for you. We used to do a podcast called sub net you and I- Stephen, and it's gone. Now, we did. So we're gonna talk about headlines here. See how that goes? Yeah. A lot of. Apple headlines. I don't always want the show to be about apple. But apple there's a lot of apple stuff going on this week that we probably should talk about the battery replacement program last year. There was less skepticism about went him. Cook mentioned the battery replacement program is one of the reasons why Apple's results were not what what they were expecting. They were going to be. We'll find out the actual results in a couple of weeks. But John Gruber, our friend over during fireball did what he always does which is dropped news sort of subtly and just mentioned. Oh, yeah. Here's something. I heard that nobody's reported about which was that Tim cook. Apparently, according to John Gruber told apple employee's that they replaced eleven million batteries under the twenty nine dollar battery replacement program deal that they offered in twenty eighteen now as somebody who knows people in various apple retail stores. I had already heard that basically the apple retail stores were. Swamped without a replacement that it was an enormous problem actually for staffing and for efficiency at apple stores because so many people were bringing those phones, and I think a lot of us heard as the program ended in December that a lot of people rushing to the apple store in December to get in for the cheaper price. Right under the wire. And so I wasn't surprised by this at all. But it does have these interesting ramifications not only potentially that they were doing it at a loss. But the larger implication that this is apple by trying to avoid a scandal about like slowing down your phone. When your battery is bad educating a big portion of its audience that when your phone slows down instead of buying a new iphone, you should just go to the apple store and get new battery. Yeah. It's hugely interesting. I mean antidote Elise. I'm leaving with that. It seemed like the people I knew upper retail and going into the store that they were throughout the year really busy with the battery replacement program. And I think to your point that only sped up the end of the year. I know people in my family being December's. Like, hey, if you haven't done this yet, go ahead and do it. And I think they're couple interesting things one was apple surprised by how many people did it actually came in and got their battery placed imagine sometimes throughout the year. They had an idea of what the number would be, but if a year ago, and it started there was a battery shortage and they had to like ramp battery production, and you would go and get your basically your place in line. They would call you. When the battery came in, you know, eight or nine days later than you do it. They got that under control in December. At least at least in my store with my family members. It was come in. You get done an hour, and then you leave. So I do wonder if the volume of customers was higher than apple anticipated and how they adjusted for that. But to for me, at least, the the this number this eleven million shows that it was the right decision that apple did something, you know, they kind of got caught in this really bad situation. But the way they handled it was the right way. Because people responded, positively to it, you know, eleven that's a lot of iphones getting cracked up and having batteries put in them. And that's good for the customers..
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"Jason snow doing a little different kind of download today. Trying stuff out its new year. New download as the as the old. Maybe if we like it. And if we don't we won't do it this way, and we'll do something else instead, but never resting always wondering what was going to go on. We're gonna talk about some of those headlines that we talked about. And then later you heard me later, we will be joined by caroliina Milanesi and vendor hardware to talk about CAS stuff. A little bit, TV smart assistance. And we're also going to talk about stream media Netflix, raising its prices and some other stuff. But before there, we will do some of what we think are the most interesting stories of the week little highlights just for you. We used to do a podcast called sub net you and I- Stephen, and it's gone. Now, we did. So we're gonna talk about headlines here. See how that goes? Yeah. Lot of. Apple headlines. I don't always want the show to be about apple. But apple there's a lot of apple stuff going on this week that we probably should talk about the battery replacement program last year. There was less skepticism about went him. Cook mentioned the battery replacement program is one of the reasons why Apple's results were not what what they were expecting. They were going to be. We'll find out the actual results in a couple of weeks. But John Gruber, our friend over during fireball did what he always does which is dropped news sort of subtly and just mentioned. Oh, yeah. Here's something. I heard that nobody's reported about which was that Tim cook. Apparently, according to John Gruber told apple employee's that they replaced eleven million batteries under the twenty nine dollar battery replacement program deal that they offered in two thousand eighteen now as somebody who knows people in various apple retail stores. I had already heard that basically the apple retail stores were. Swamped without a replacement that it was an enormous problem actually for staffing and for efficiency at apple stores because so many people were bringing those phones, and I think a lot of us heard as the program ended in December that a lot of people are rushing to the apple store in December to get in for the cheaper price. Right under the wire. And so I wasn't surprised by this at all. But it does have these interesting ramifications not only potentially that they were doing it at a loss. But the larger implication that this is by trying to avoid a scandal about like slowing down your phone. When your battery is bad educating a big portion of its audience that when your phone slows down instead of buying a new iphone, you should just go to the apple store and get new battery. Yeah. It's hugely interesting. I mean, anecdotally. I'm leaving with that. It seemed like the people I knew upper retail and going into the store that they were throughout the year really busy with the battery replacement program. And I think to your point that only sped up the end of the year. I know I people in my family being December's. Like, hey, if you haven't done this yet, go ahead and do it. And I think they're couple interesting things one was apple surprised by how many people did it actually came in and got their battery placed imagine sometimes throughout the year..
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"This is not the beginning of duck Vancouver or something, but it is a business. It's member do it. No. But I will say a male Mandarin duck, which is native to East Asia has shown up in central park in New York. These ducks I didn't leave it there. These ducks are commonly found in China and Japan are not supposed to be kept as pets in the city. It's unclear where this bird came from. No local zoo has reported losing a duck. But however, he got there just if we JFK he got there through JFK and took the train. He is dazzling the city's Birdwatchers who are keeping up with a bird as he travels from spot to spot in the Big Apple maybe he was just invited to check out the new ipad. Pro who knows? Thank you to listener. Steve for the duck alert here in the fuzzy puppy update during quack member, I don't know. Stina war. Thank you for being here where can people find the stuff that you do? So you can listen to my podcast when really at them rockets, where we talk about a tech, and and pop culture and great stuff, and you can follow my musings on Twitter film underscore, girl. And you can see the videos that I do at work at a YouTube dot com slash Microsoft developer. Excellent caroliina where can people find your stuff? You can find me on Twitter at Cairo underscore Milanesi. That's M I L A. And yeah. Yes, I and you can read my column on tech pinions dot com every Wednesday. And then I'm guest here quite often. Yes. Listen to her here as well. Stephen. Thank you, just so excited about the MAC mini. It just maybe you're the host of the MAC mini podcasts that's devoted entirely to the MAC mini. No-one no-one listens. But it's out there. All right. That's it for this episode of download lots of apple this time. But next time probably not because Apple's done now. Right there done right, right. Anyway, we will keep watching the headlines and see what else is going on. So you don't have to. We'll see next week by everybody..
"milanesi" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"How can we help you today? I have a question about resort, oh, and that size of the pan should be cooking in in terms of the surface area and the rice. Want the race cover like, do I'd want there to be a single layer of rice in the pan or do I want it to be stacked at all? Well, interesting. You should ask this question because for years always cooked it in a sauce pan, which was straight sides and sort of stacked, like you said. But I had a wonderful young woman work on my last cookbook, home cooking one, oh one. And I asked her to contribute a recipe and she'd spent her junior year in Italy and she'd learned to make risotto. So she did a very unique risotto, but she cooked it in a large Skillet and she said, that's what they did. And so now I've sort of changed my opinion, Chris. Well, our editor j m her. She was just in Italy getting resulted lessons near Milan or in Milan for Milanesi. Which has Safran. Yeah. And they cook it in about ten minutes could very fast, ten or fifteen minutes. They don't do the long slow thing. Plenty of starch comes out of to create a creamy sauce. And so the whole notion of his thirty minute. Low and slow is just complete nonsense. That's not how they cook it. What kind of pan it's a wider pan like a skeleton? Yeah, yeah, that's fine. But this whole low and slow doesn't really. That's fascinating stirring all the time now they started off stirring and then they just let it cook and stir occasionally, you don't have to stir constantly either. Let me guess. Is this recipe going to be in the magazine sorties. Oh, dear. I didn't look at my last dish. Sarah, I'm in trouble. I'm in trouble. So been reading apetit again. Well, I may do that too. That's okay. So which issue is it? September. October. Okay. I would say a larger surface areas. A good thing. Yeah. Wonderful. Thanks Meghan. Yeah, right. Take care. Welcome to milk street. Who's going? Hi. This is Christie from Sturbridge. Hi. How are you? How can we help you? I'm good. My question is about sesame seeds. My friend recently had her baby, and then when she went to the doctor, she's allergic to sesame seeds. Now, all of a sudden when we left making HAMAs together, we also like cooking a lot of Asian dishes, but sesame oil through trying to figure out, okay, what do we do now to replace the sesame component and in HAMAs and also for the sesame oil? Is she allergic to nuts or just sesame to the actual sesame seed? So almonds, nomin butter would be okay. For example, on butter I think would be okay. The humming I was a little bit easier question. We also that of us is cube potentially that could help with the movements of ever heard of that. It's also a flavor issue though. I think a little bit right. A lot. Yeah, I agree. I think almond butter would be great or some other nut butter as for the component in Asian cooking. You could try toasted pumpkin seed oil. It's a, it's a wonderful ingredient at his dark, and it's just Yami and I think that would work. It's gonna do is very strong though. So you know, like toasted sesame seed oil careful with it because it can take over. But I think that would be wonderful and it's more readily available than it used to be. It's one of those ingredients that people are discovering toasted pumpkin boy. Yeah. Well, thank you. That's perfect. I will try that. Thank you for going. Okay, thanks, eight years. Appreciate it. I know I, this is mostly radio on Christopher Kimball is time for this week's milk street basic. We're big fans of north Africa's Sweetman t. so here's a recipe combined fourteenth spoons gunpowder green tea, fourteen moon sugar, and one ounce, fresh mint sprigs at a Cup and a half, a boiling water steep for five minutes swirling occasionally to dissolve sugar, then strain into glasses. You can find this recipe milk street, radio dot com. Next up, we'll.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"I'm joined this week by three count them, three wonderful guests who all of whom have been on before and were happy to have them back editor at IT pro today. Lisa schnauzer back. Hello. Hello, welcome back from Florida where we have. There's some commonality here. There's going to talk about things that happened in whatever happened in Orlando does not stay in Orlando. It comes onto download, apparently. So we'll be talking about various theme parks and also Microsoft, apparently not unlike the bark. Yeah, sure. Why not? Consumer tech analysts creative strategies also recently back from Florida. Caroliina Milanesi. Hello, welcome back. Thank you very much. The all star team you'd think you're like Lisa and Caroline. On the same episode, this is the best. This is the best episode of what if it was even better because video game superstar and host remastered on 'em Shaheen. Had come. All mod is also here hid. Welcome Watson, the stunning introduction and totally false. Fine tonight everything. You know the truth. All right. Stephen Hackett who is not here helped me put the show together this week, so thank you. Stephen Hackett. Let's get down to it. These are the most interesting stories of the week as picked by me and Stephen and our first topic is Microsoft, the ignite and envision conferences that Microsoft holds were in Orlando, Florida this week, which is widely Carolina were both in Florida and and we appreciate that that our two guests who are unfortunate to spend time in Florida this week or here. Sorry, Florida. Microsoft is a company in transition. It's most profitable line of business is still traditionally PC related stuff, but the cloud business offerings are the ones that are growing. Lisa wanted to throw this to you first and we'll see where it goes like, where, where is Microsoft going? We we've talked about it before, like is not a company that we need to think of as windows and surfaced like there are lots of new frontiers that Microsoft seems to be scathing toward as it were. You know, you mentioned that it's a company in transformation and. I think in terms of where it's making its money, that's probably true because if you look at it three main lines of business, the one that still has the highest overall net revenue quarter after quarter is more personal computing segment which encompasses windows ten and their own Emma device area. So they've got service making money for them. And like you said, the cloud segments are growing. So when you look at Microsoft by the numbers, it's still a windows and hardware company. However, the revenue from there, the two segments, if you put them together and those other two segments include it's as your.
"milanesi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As a little side show for what's going on with apple and Willie. All right. Keep tracking their shares for us. Apple senior marketing executive Phil Schiller onstage right now walking through the very very detailed aspects of the hardware on the inside of these new phones, a faster camera faster processor. We can hear the hundreds of of apple fans inside applauding. And yet. We also have the skeptics are Bloomberg technology. Mark Gherman is blogging on the Bloomberg t live blog that this apple announcement is a is a lot like last chairs. However, we do have something new and that is the iphone ten s now in a bigger model, which you couldn't get when the iphone ten was unveiled, Matt we're still waiting on the prices. But the big story around the iphone ten was that it was nine hundred ninety nine dollars almost thousand dollar phone. We can only expect these phones are going to be more expensive. Obviously apple needs these higher prices to push up that revenue as the smartphone market starts to plateau. But that. Is a lot of money. Matt for people to shell out will the big phone be attractive enough at that price point. You know, it's funny because if you wind the clock back year people were freaking out at the price of the iphone ten and a year later Samsung. Hallway, most of the major smartphone players now have phones that ultra premium tier closing in on a thousand and even exceeding it in some cases. And so, you know phones at that price is clearly demand for it. There's clearly a segment of the market that wants these premium devices, but these fully specked out, you know, hardware that what it really comes down to is is how does it become affordable? And you've seen the advent of financing plans as well. As actually leasing plans, we just rent the phone with some carriers that full disclosure. That's what I do with T mobile. So it actually brings the cost down a little bit. And makes it much more affordable than than the sticker price. Upfront. Carolina Milanesi of creative strategies tweeting, even if the screen on the iphone ten last.
"milanesi" Discussed on Download
"Welcome to download our weekly look at the most interesting stories in the world technology and other stuff you care about what a week. This has been because it was a holiday week, not a lot went on, but still there were stuff there stuff. I'm your host Jason Snell and I've been doing to wonderful guest. We're going to talk about the stuff that did happen after Labor Day co host of the accidental tech podcast and analog here on really FM, and I guess he's a YouTube or no, it's Mr.. Casey on cars himself. It's Casey, Liz. Hello. Hello? How are you doing? Great. Doing great. It's I'm glad that we can put this in the parking lot backing in of course, and also one of our very favorite guests caroliina Milanesi consumer tech analyst at creative strategies is back. Hello? Hi there back. We missed you. It was. It's been, it's been weeks right, but but it's good to have you back lots of stuff going on over about to go on. And I think that's a key concept in how we picked the stories this week me. And of course, download producer Steven Hackett. Hi, Stephen, hi Jason. Where were you be next Wednesday. Gonna be watching the Apple computer that good segue to say. Next Wednesday, apple is unveiling its latest crop of phones as well as some combination of new apple watches. Maybe ipads may be max, maybe not depends on what rumors you read. Nine to five. MAC got its hands on what appear to be marketing images. Of a set of new iphone ten style phones? Gold finish, as well as an apple watch with a larger display packed into the same size body. Thanks to reduce battles around the led screen apples also expected to ship and LCD. I phone complete with a notch and face ide-, but at a lower price than this year's iphone ten and it's rumored to come in various colors, which is something that the people download headquarters approve of Stephen Hackett my nod, yes, yes, collars colors. We wanna see colors. So these big story of our time, I think right now this week in the tech world is waiting for apple and I, you guys both Casey and Carolina are both observers keen observers of apple and what it's doing, and I wanted to just check in with you about what you expect and what you're looking forward to next week caroliina. What about you? I'm going to start with. I look forward to. Yeah, there's this to spec. Okay. That's that's it. Can full may for wanting something that has never going to happen. That's good. I want I want your hopes and dreams more than your predictions. You.