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Silent Sales Machine Radio
#427: Covid changed his industry but he quickly built a $340K Amazon business

Silent Sales Machine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 51:12


Today's guest is another JimCockrumCoaching.com student who is thriving. He's a drummer who spent a couple decades in t-shirt merchandising in the Christian music industry. Covid slowed down the entire music industry as it did for so many business models, so he and his wife decided to pivot into ecommerce after a friend of his told him about THIS podcast. He slowly began applying the things he was learning from this show and the ProvenAmazonCourse.com course and he soon had a $4K sales in his first month. He finished his first full year with a part time effort selling $342K at approx 17% on his best month where he sold just under $40K at great margins.  He's aiming for a million in sales 2022. Now as his t-shirt business slows during the off season, he focuses more time on his Amazon business. He now has great steady income from both businesses and a flexible schedule. Today's guest Jon Ludlow   Watch this episode on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/Kh6SKpfLLUI   Show note LINKS:   Proven Amazon Course - https://ProvenAmazonCourse.com - Are you ready to be successful selling on Amazon? It's time to get instant access to the most widely used, most up to date, most creative and industry leading course in the "Learn to sell on Amazon" space. You'll find hundreds of recent success stories in our Free Facebook group from Amazon sellers using all manner of creative strategies from our ridiculously inexpensive yet powerful course!   ProvenWholesaleSourcing.com - the wholesale strategies talked about   The Conference videos :These videos are now included at no charge to our provenamazoncourse.com students along with all our other live event videos!   JimCockrumCoaching.com Get a free session with a business consultant on our team at 1-800-994-1792 / 1-801-693-1688 or TEXT US at 385-284-7701 (US & Canada only for Text)     My Silent Team Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/mysilentteam 100% FREE! Join 62,000 + members from around the world who are using the internet creatively every day to launch and grow multiple income streams through our exciting PROVEN strategies! There's no support community like this one anywhere else in the world   Get smartphone alerts for new episodes with this free app (click this link with your smartphone) → SilentJim.com/updates

Shop Sounds Podcast
Ep. 45 | Telecaster, Mud Room & 4K

Shop Sounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 75:37


In this Episode he hear about Nick's latest guitar build, KJ's still in the mud room and Jason bought a second 4K camera(phone). Be sure to hit up or sponsor Bits & Bits at www.bitsbits.com and use coupon code: MORSELS15 to save 15% Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/shopsoundspodcast You can find the three of us on Instagram, Youtube and Tiktok : @bourbonmoth @kjsawdust @keywoodworks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shopsoundspodcast/message

Horror Queers
Porno Queers: Cream For Me (2016)

Horror Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 39:15


Explicit Content Warning - Don't let Trace's mom listen to this!To celebrate the arrival of Scream (2022), we're checking out Bromo's gay porn parody, Cream For Me (2016), starring Tom Faulk, Tobias, Vadim Black, James Parfitt and Brad Banks as Ghostface.Following an overview of our experiences with porn, we break down this four part series scene by (lazy) scene. It's all up for discussion: cheap production values, power bottoms vs slow fucking, 4K buttholes, straw taints, and incest & rape fantasy. We're not trying to yuck anyone's yum, but we demand better! Thankfully Joe has some (future?) recommendations.References: Joseph Brennan. "Gay Porn (Horror) Parodies." Gender and Contemporary Horror in FilmQuestions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremoteBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast
Episode 78 — Teeka Tiwari: Bitcoin or Bust?

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 42:16


Peter Schiff argued for gold while denying all things Bitcoin in Episode 56. The Buzz makes its way back to the same table but this time for the flip side of the coin with world-renowned cryptocurrency expert Teeka Tiwari.  Teeka begins by admitting his skeptical start before diving into crypto. With his Wall Street roots, he saw this “magic internet money in 2011” as a flash in the pan. Before diving into Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the myriad of alt coins, Teeka breaks down the blockchain basics. He recalls his Road to Damascus experience when he knew Bitcoin was here to stay. Bitcoin as reserve asset and a speculative asset - is it possible to check both boxes? Hear how Bitcoin compares to gold as Teeka shares his opinion on going back to the gold standard. Watch this San Juan Session in 4K on YouTube. Filmed, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of www.Verbell.Ltd Additional Videography by Gabriel Gonzalez.

Ratgeber
So sieht man gut aus im Video-Call

Ratgeber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 5:47


Im Home-Office sehen einen die Kolleginnen und Kollegen fast nur noch im Video-Chat. Wir verraten, auf was man achten muss, um sich dort von seiner besten Seite zu zeigen. Die richtige Beleuchtung ist ein einfacher, aber effektiver Weg, um im Video-Call besser auszusehen. Denn wer zum Beispiel ein Fenster oder eine andere Lichtquelle im Rücken hat, ist den anderen Gesprächspartnerinnen und -partnern nur als Schattengestalt zugeschaltet. Am besten ist Beleuchtung direkt von vorne, wenn man sich also parallel vor ein Fenster setzt. Langt natürliche Beleuchtung nicht, kann auch eine andere Lichtquelle wie eine Schreibtisch- oder Leselampe zum Einsatz kommen. Die sollte allerdings nicht zu kühl und weiss leuchten, da das Gesicht sonst blass und fahl wirken kann. Sich auf Augenhöhe begegnen Wichtig ist auch der Winkel, in dem die Kamera ausgerichtet ist. Wer beim Video-Call ein Laptop benutzt, filmt sich meist von unten, da die im Laptop-Bildschirm eingebaute Kamera beim Sitzen etwa auf Brusthöhe liegt. Ein solcher Kamera-Winkel ist eher unvorteilhaft; betont Kinn, Kiefer und Wangen, während die obere Gesichtshälfte zu schmal aussieht. Um das zu verhindern stellt man seinen Laptop auf einen Bücherstapel und blickt auf Augenhöhe in die Kamera – oder richtet die Kamera sogar ein wenig von oben auf sich herab, weil das Gesicht so schlanker wirkt. Hintergrund macht Bild gesund Ein unruhiger Bild-Hintergrund lenkt ab und zeigt Kolleginnen und Kollegen vielleicht, dass man es mit der Ordnung nicht so genau nimmt. Video-Chat-Programme wie Zoom oder Teams verfügen deshalb über die Funktion, den Hintergrund weich zu zeichnen oder mit einem Bild eigener Wahl zu ersetzen. Auch da ist ein ruhiges Motiv besser als eines, das zu sehr für Ablenkung sorgt. Das gilt auch für die Kleider, die man im Video-Chat trägt: Zu bunte, wilde Muster können die Gesprächspartnerinnen und -partner ablenken; schmale Streifen-Muster oder kleine Karos sorgen für Kamera-Flimmern (der sogenannte «Moiré-Effekt»). Bessere Kamera, besseres Bild Wer in seinem Laptop noch eine simple HD-Kamera verbaut hat – also eine, die in 720p filmt und nicht in 1080p-Full-HD-Auflösung – tut gut darin, in ein besseres Modell zu investieren. 1080p-Kameras oder solche, die in noch besserer 4K- oder 8K-Auflösung filmen, kosten nicht sonderlich viel und lassen einen im Video-Chat noch einmal deutlich besser aussehen. «Dr Schnäller isch dr Schöner» Doch auch die beste Kamera nutzt nichts, wenn die Internetverbindung zu langsam ist – trotz Full-HD-Aufnahme kommt am anderen Ende trotzdem nur ein verschwommen es Bild an. Wer online noch im Schneckentempo unterwegs ist, investiert darum besser in ein schnelleres Internet-Abo als in eine neue Kamera. Liegt das nicht drin, sollte man den Computer per Kabel direkt mit dem Modem verbinden, denn eine solche Verbindung ist in der Regel stabiler und schneller als eine per WLAN. Bringt auch das keine Verbesserung, kann man in letzter Konsequenz auch ganz aufs Bild verzichten und nur per Audio am Video-Call teilnehmen. Jemanden nicht zu sehen, aber dafür klar zu hören, ist immer noch besser, als bloss ein verschwommenes Bild zu sehen und kaum verständlichen Ton zu hören.

I Love You 3000 Minutes: THE Infinity Saga podcast
1 - "Eww, Yucky, Gross Stuff!" - The Incredible Hulk - experiment 1

I Love You 3000 Minutes: THE Infinity Saga podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 9:41


This is I Love You 3000 Minutes & we're diving into the 1st minute of The Incredible Hulk to see what secrets the Infinity Saga still holds for us (& assume all links are affiliate links)

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast
Episode 78 — Teeka Tiwari: Bitcoin or Bust?

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 2:06


Peter Schiff argued for gold while denying all things Bitcoin in Episode 56. The Buzz makes its way back to the same table but this time for the flip side of the coin with world-renowned cryptocurrency expert Teeka Tiwari.  Teeka begins by admitting his skeptical start before diving into crypto. With his Wall Street roots, he saw this “magic internet money in 2011” as a flash in the pan. Before diving into Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the myriad of alt coins, Teeka breaks down the blockchain basics. He recalls his Road to Damascus experience when he knew Bitcoin was here to stay. Bitcoin as reserve asset and a speculative asset - is it possible to check both boxes? Hear how Bitcoin compares to gold as Teeka shares his opinion on going back to the gold standard. Watch this San Juan Session in 4K on YouTube. Filmed, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of www.Verbell.Ltd Additional Videography by Gabriel Gonzalez.

Jason and Deb Full Show
The Morning X with Jason Dick and Friends - Full Show - Who Buys A Used Peloton?

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 80:09


We discuss Jason getting his girlfriend a used Peloton for Christmas, what anime Emily is getting a tattoo from, and how Nick spent $4K on a new mattress. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

9to5Toys Daily
9to5Toys Daily: January 4, 2021 – Save on M1 Mac mini, 100W USB-C GaN Charger, more

9to5Toys Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 3:52


Listen to a recap of the best deals and news from 9to5Toys each day at noon. 9to5Toys Daily is available on iTunes and Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed. New episodes of 9to5Toys Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they are available. Apple's latest Mac mini gets you in the M1 game from $649 (Save up to $70)Score a 100W 4-Port USB-C GaN Monoprice Wall Charger for $39 (Save 40%)Samsung's Smart Monitors have built-in AirPlay 2, Netflix, more: 4K at $330, more from $190 Host Blair Altland  Links: Subscribe to our YouTube channel!Follow us on Twitter!Like our Facebook page!Download the 9to5Toys app!Subscribe to our newsletter!

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 244 - More 2021 Bluray Favorites - 4Ks and Boxsets!

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 32:26


In this episode, Brian offers some more favorites from 2021 - this time focusing on 4K releases and Boxsets. This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

Bond, Minute Bond: THE James Bond podcast
000 - "Here's The Foreplay" - From Russia With Love - A Prelude

Bond, Minute Bond: THE James Bond podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 10:15


This is Bond, Minute Bond & BEFORE we dive into the 001st minute of From Russia With Love, we need to lay the foundation & introduce you to the new co-host - Bradley Cooper! (jk, his name is Brad Fitz) Grab your martini shaker & let's start the foreplay

RetroRGB Weekly Roundup
Supporter Q&A #188

RetroRGB Weekly Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 43:09


Here's the Supporter Q&A from December 30th, 2021. All comments and questions are fielded through the support service Q&A page. Please consider supporting this channel via monthly services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at no extra cost to you: https://www.retrorgb.com/support.html View this as a video: https://www.youtube.com/retrorgb Amazon Links to products I use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/retrorgb T-Shirts & Stuff: https://www.retrorgb.com/store.html TIMESTAMPS (please assume all links are affiliate links): 00:00 Welcome! 00:23 In-Person CRT Modding “Class”? 03:33 Gcompsw or alternatives?: http://bit.ly/gcompsw 06:32 Anyone in the CFL area want CRT VGA monitors? 09:40 Thank you! 10:21 Will the Satiator work with the Victor V-Saturn? 11:35 Downscaling issues with CRT 16:48 Triad PSU even though it's 9v instead of 10v?: https://www.retrorgb.com/triad.html 19:43 Consumer CRT or VGA monitor?: https://retrorgb.link/cheapdac / https://www.retrorgb.com/classic-consoles-on-vga-monitors.html 23:55 Are there modern alternatives to the Klein convergence gauges? 25:27 Switch solution so multiple Analogue consoles can switch between a DAC and flat-panel. https://www.retrorgb.com/analogue-dac-switch-splitter-testing.html 28:16 Why no 4K scalers? 31:31 32x audio routing?: https://youtu.be/UaPs4VGG-Po / https://www.retrorgb.com/32x.html XStation resellers (and firmware): https://www.retrorgb.com/xstation-firmware-v1-4-4.html 34:03 Trouble with ForeverPak and RetroFighters Brawler? Anyone else? 36:16 1440p60 on LG CX OLED? 40:10 Okay to use the Tower Of Power PSU without a Sega CD? YES!: https://www.retrorgb.com/international-tower-of-power-psu-kit.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/retrorgb/support

Apollos Watered
Episode 85: Deep Conversation w/Michael Card: The Voices of the Gospels

Apollos Watered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 73:20


Travis is joined by special guest musician, author, farmer, and Bible teacher, Michael Card. Travis and Michael discuss the voices of the Gospels. Why did God give us four gospels when one would have been sufficient? They discuss Michael's career, his upbringing, influences, passions, tractors, racial reconciliation, the music industry, being bearded/balding, and the details in the Gospels that bring the Gospel into 4K so that we can understand the truth of who Jesus is and how to apply His truth into our lives today! This was a fun conversation!

Hardware Addicts
51: Technology That's Out Of This World...Literally!

Hardware Addicts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 55:55


Welcome to Hardware Addicts, a proud member of the Destination Linux Network. Hardware Addicts is the podcast that focuses on the physical components that powers our technology world. In this episode, we're going to discuss technology that's literally out of this world by taking a look at the hardware inside the James Webb Space Telescope. Then we head to camera corner where Wendy will continue the discussion around the Webb Space telescope schooling us on Lenses Refractive vs Reflective So Sit back, Relax, and Plug In because Hardware Addicts Starts Now! Products discussed: Raspberry Pi 4 8GB: https://amzn.to/3Ewf9QN Nintendo Switch OLED: https://amzn.to/3EvAzhb

Bond, Minute Bond: THE James Bond podcast
You (The Listeners) Are Awesome! - Closing Out Dr No By Celebrating YOU!

Bond, Minute Bond: THE James Bond podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 25:59


This is Bond, Minute Bond & the Dr No minutes are now complete! If you'll indulge us, we'd like to close out 2021 by celebrating you - because what you had to show us was honestly surprising. Joined by the new Bond, Minute Bond co-host Brad Fitz, we dig through the dossier to learn more about YOU. Grab your martini shaker & allow us to complement the hell out of you, if we may

吳淡如人生實用商學院
EP447【吳淡如】請立下界線不要讓人軟土深掘!

吳淡如人生實用商學院

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 24:18


為什麼你的人際關係失守了? 這是知名心理資訊師蘇絢慧的一本書。 提醒大家,每個人都有自己的界線,可是在網路世界裡面還有現實生活中,多得是自己的事情管不好,卻很愛踩到別人家花園東搞西搞的人! 你應該知道該怎麼處理! ----------------------------- 年終尾牙季快到了 家樂福線上,又推出好康的優惠活動 “家樂福線上購物 家電尾牙振好康!” 即日起到1月18日,只要在家樂福線上購物購買指定家電,就送家電線上折價劵。 ->購買指定機型55吋(含)以上的4K顯示器或電視,送1000元家電線上折價劵 ->購買指定機型電冰箱滿$30,000以上,送2000元家電線上折價劵(1000元x 2張) ->購買指定機型洗衣機滿$20,000以上,送1000元家電線上折價劵 2022年2月28日前,單筆購買家電商品滿五千,可以獲得一次抽獎機會;滿一萬可獲2次,單筆消費最多可獲30次抽獎機會。 共有300萬的夢幻逸品等你來抽,頭獎是BMW X1 sDrive18i 休旅車,價值185萬。 更多詳情請看連結: https://bit.ly/3EreWOS ----------------------------- 林美秀和吳淡如的代言的石墨烯塑崩褲24小時快閃!紫羅蘭限量款加上黑色經典款特賣,還送價值$2000的石墨烯醫療級上衣! 寒流來襲石墨烯高科技熱傳導幫你達到蓄熱保暖! 連結

Movies Are Dope

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Blind Abilities
iPhone101: low data usage – Conserving Your Data Usage on Video and Streaming Services

Blind Abilities

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 19:35


Blind Abilities presents another installment in its iPhone 101 series with this review of several popular video and audio streaming Apps, in which we explore  ways to set up methods to reduce the amount of your cellular data you use while streaming or downloading their products. We already know that it is more cost effective to stream audio and video services while connected to your Home WiFi network as it's cost is generally lower than that of your cellular data plan, but we may not be aware of howe to take advantage of the app settings that will actually use less data. Pete Lane takes a look at the iOS Netflix app, as well as Amazon Prime Video, the native Apple Music and TV apps, Amazon music, Audible and the BARD Mobile app, and walks us through the specific settings which can be adjusted to take advantage of high efficiency streaming, lower video quality for streaming and downloading, and to set those processes to be active only while on WiFi.   These settings are not secrets nor are they hidden, but some of us may not have the time or the inclination to explore them. Keep in mind that you will be sacrificing some video quality in order to save data, but for blind or visually impaired folks, this may not be a significant issue. For those listeners with some usable vision, you may notice the lower video quality when streaming over a cellular connection. To give you an example of the data savings, in low-data mode, Netflix will only use around 1 GB of data for an hour of streaming, which is a small amount when compared with the data consumed while streaming in the higher quality 4K format. Settings demonstrated Netflix First, be sure your Netflix app is updated since your device may be running an old version. `          Ask Siri to open Netflix, or perform a single-finger double-tap on the Netflix app icon. Then single-finger double-tap on your profile. Be sure the “Home” tab is selected among the five tabs at the bottom of the next screen. Then flick right from the top of the screen and single-finger double-tap on “settings. Perform a single-finger double-tap to select “"Mobile Data Usage” located under the Video Playback section. If this setting is set to "Automatic.” Use a single-finger double-tap to deactivate it, then flick to the right and perform a single-finger double-tap to activate “Save Data”. Go back to the top of the screen and single-finger double-tap on the back button. On the previous screen. Flick right until you get to downloads, and single finger double tap. Flick right and be sure the button labeled ““Wi-Fi only,“” is selected. Flick right again and be sure the “video quality“ selection is set to “standard”. Continue flicking to the right, and be sure your "Download Next Episode” is off. This decision may depend on how regularly you view each episode of a series. Likewise, flick right and be sure your “Downloads for You” setting  is in the off position. To exit these settings, perform a single-finger double-tap on the “Back Arrow Left” button until you are back on the main Netflix screen.  You're done. Your app settings will automatically be saved. Amazon Prime Open your Amazon prime video app. Among the five tabs at the bottom of your screen, single finger double tap on “my stuff“. Flick to the right and single finger double tap on “settings,“ then flick right and select “streaming and downloads“. Be sure “streaming on Wi-Fi only“ is in the on position. Likewise, set ‘download on Wi-Fi only” to the on position. for streaming and download quality, be sure your settings are set to “good“. Go to the top of the screen and single finger double tap on the “back“ button. Flick right and select “1“ under auto downloads. * The next several streaming settings will be performed in the native iOS settings app, rather than an individual app such as Netflix or Amazon prime.  iOS Music app: Open iOS settings, and flick right until you reach music. Perform a single finger double tap. under the heading “allow Music to access“, do not select cellular data. Flick to the right until you reach audio streaming quality, and select “high-efficiency“. go to the top of the screen and single finger double tap on the “back“ button. Flick to the right and turn “download using cellular data“ to the off position. Likewise, turn “automatic downloads“ off. Under “Animated  cover art“ select “on Wi-Fi only“. flick left to the top of the screen and single finger double tap on the “back“ button. * Flick right to the TV App* Note: this will be the player app for any video streaming service you connect to it, such as Apple TV plus, CBS, ABC, etc. The connections are made in the Settings section of the separate TV app. For streaming, Turn off “use cellular data. “For “video quality,” select “fast downloads, and for downloads, turn off cellular data”. Flick left and single-finger double-tap on the “back” button. * Flick right to the Podcast settings. Under “allow podcasts to access,” turn off “cellular data,” and turn on “block download over cellular data”. Under episode downloads, set to “ask if over 200 mb”, and for automatic downloads, set to “when following”. Flick left and single-finger double-tap on the “back” button. Note: perform the same adjustments to the same settings in the Amazon music, Audible and BARD Mobile settings. Contact Your State Services If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361. Contact: You can follow us on Twitter @BlindAbilities On the web at www.BlindAbilities.com Send us an email Get the Free Blind Abilities App on the App Storeand Google Play Store. Give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-6093 we would love to hear from you! Check out the Blind Abilities Communityon Facebook, the Blind Abilities Page, and the Career Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired group

In The Seats with...
Episode 298: In The Seats With...Todd McFarlane and 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage'

In The Seats with...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 19:41


Sometimes you've got to go back to the source...On this episode we have the distinct pleasure of sitting down with the one and only Todd McFarlane to talk a little about the character of 'Venon' and the film 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' which is on DVD, Digital, Blu-Ray, 4K and VOD platforms now.We talked about the origins of the character, how he got started in the business, the evolution of the comic book business into the MCU and so very much more...

NintenGoons
Halo FINALLY Has Cat Ears!

NintenGoons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 57:32


Halo finally has cat ears that you can equip, steam winter sale is happening so we delve into that, Treyarch gives an apology with no plan of action, and are NFT's really the future we asked for?  Don't forget to check out our website! Goonsgamesandgear.com  (Besides this episode) We stream our podcast LIVE in 4K on Mondays and Fridays around 7:30 PM EST! Come watch and chat! 

Movies Are Dope
The King's Man Quickie REVIEW! Spoiler Free

Movies Are Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 5:20


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How to Survive
How to Survive: Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin (2021)

How to Survive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 57:20


How to Survive is now on Patreon! Support us at Patreon.com/HowtoSurvivePod It's episode 250...and she's still here. Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin (2021) is the latest installment in the beloved horror franchise, and marks the first time we've watched a brand-new entry of any of our favoured franchises since we started the podcast! Margot reconnects with her estranged family who belong to an isolated Amish community, but not everything is as it seems. However, in a stroke of good fortune, Margot has brought along a documentary crew to capture crystal clear 4K footage of all the things that go bump in the night.  We revisit a modern horror staple, discuss the rights and wrongs of activities paranormal and otherwise, ask if a found footage film as ever looked less 'found' than this and ponder whether you should reconsider telling a cult member that you've uncovered some creepy cult member business going on. Whatever happens, one thing's for sure: I know every Amish family within a fifty mile area and they ain't Amish. Next time, it's Chriiiiisssstmaaaaaaaaaas. Get in touch! HowtoSurviveShow@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter! @HowToSurvivePod

Lass is More with Josh Lasser
Meanderings #249: Howling at "The Wolf of Wall Street"

Lass is More with Josh Lasser

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 5:29


"The Wolf of Wall Street" is now out on 4K UHD.  It's a great movie, we can all admit this.  The thing of it is though, the man it focuses on, Jordan Belfort, is shown to not be a good human being.  The movie has no obligation to make him good, nor to yell that he's not good, but it is up to us to recognize the truth.  It makes Josh sad that too many of us don't.

Too Many Captains - A Movie Podcast
Bonus Mini-Episode: Walk The Plank - Christmas Edition

Too Many Captains - A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 16:42


Home AloneWhite ChristmasKiss Kiss, Bang BangDie HardWebsite: https://amoviepodcast.com/Twitter: @ItsaFilmPodcastInstagram: toomanycaptainsproductions

Let's Get Physical (Media)
#28 - November Pick-Ups (2021)

Let's Get Physical (Media)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 71:11


Welcome to the newest show produced by the Straight Chilling crew! Join hosts Mikey and Bob as they discuss blu-rays, 4k's, and the boutique distributors that help keep physical media alive. Subscribe here: Let's Get Physical (Media) On this week's show, Mikey and Bob discuss their November Pick-Ups!   Connect with us: Website Instagram Twitter

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News
790: $100K BITCOIN BY CHRISTMAS NEEDS SMALL MIRACLE SAYS PLAN B!! 1 BTC SURPASSES 800K TURKISH LIRA!!

Crypto News Alerts | Daily Bitcoin (BTC) & Cryptocurrency News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 18:31


Bitcoin bull Plan B, creator of the notorious stock-to-flow model updated us in regards to $100K BTC by Christmas. "Bitcoin needs a small miracle for a 100K Christmas. Will I ditch S2F model if this does not happen? Nah, I actually like being at the lower bands. In fact I published the model at the lower bands in March 2019 with btc below 4K." For complete show notes and for the full premium experience with video, visit YouTube channel at http://CryptoNewsAlerts.net

The All Bro's
Ep. 201: The Matrix Revolutions Breakdown (feat. The Untrained Eye)

The All Bro's

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 163:16


Hey, bros! This week on the podcast, we discuss the 4K release of No Time to Die, get into the trailer for Star Wars: Eclipse and Sonic the Hedgehog 2! After that, we breakdown the third installment of our Matrix breakdowns, The Matrix Revolutions! We hope you guys enjoy this episode!   @TheMatrixMovie #TheMatrix #TheMatrixRevolutions #matrixreloaded #KeanuReeves #CarrieAnneMoss #LawrenceFishburne #Matrix    Be sure to check out everything DJ does! Links Below! Inner Circle Podcast Network: @InnerCirclePN Twitter: @UntrainedEyePod Instagram: @UntrainedEyePod Website: https://the-untrained-eye.pinecast.co/   If you like what you hear, follow and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts.  We are on Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, RadioPublic, Radio.com, Spotify, and more!!! You can also catch all of our episodes on YouTube as well as some bonus videos we make! Follow us on social media, DM us with episode ideas, answers to our question of the week, or if you would like to join us! We will gladly have anyone on.  Facebook- www.facebook.com/theallbros Twitter and Instagram- @theallbros Email us- theallbroschannel@gmail.com Website- www.tinyurl.com/theallbros Or go buy some merch- www.teepublic.com/user/theallbroschannel We would love to hear from you.

Notes From the Back Row
Notes from the Back Row Presents: Jingle All the Cream of the Crud

Notes From the Back Row

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021


It's that time of the year again! Christmas? No! Well, yes, but it's also the time where Carlo and Dan get together to talk about new releases, movies they've seen and so much more!On today's episode, they're taking calls from listeners who asked about Holiday cash-grab slashers, movies that should be set on Christmas, alternative holiday genre picks and more! Plus they dive into new releases from Code Red, Shock Releasing, Kino Lorber and more before discussing the holiday classics and not-so-classics they watched this year!All this and much more, so get listening!00:00:27 Introductions00:04:01 Merchandise of the CRUD00:06:23 Calls from the Public 00:06:56 VierasTalo asks: Do you think the idea of Holiday slashers was purely a cash grab? 00:10:53 What horror movie should be set on Christmas that isn't already? 00:12:53 Rutledal asks: Favourite non-Die Hard action movies or alternative genre picks? 00:18:07 What do the Dutch eat for Christmas? 00:21:35 Joe asks: What makes movies about small evil critters so great? 00:25:19 Physical Media Corner 00:25:53 Code Red releasing C.H.O.M.P.S? Did we talk about that already? 00:26:35 Shock Releasing announces The American Scream (1988) 00:30:23 Shout Factory announces The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982) 00:31:28 Kino Lorber's Stunt Rock with 4K master 00:33:59 Recommendations Corner 00:36:08 Christmas in Connecticut (1945) & Remember the Night (1940) 00:50:11 On the Second Day of Christmas (1997) 00:57:18 Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989) 01:01:53 Recap & GoodbyesAnd don't forget to:Follow Dan on Twitter and Letterboxd (@yckmd_)Follow Carlo on Twitter (@carlogocarlo) and Letterboxd (@psychopike)A new episode of Notes From the Back Row will be released every other week. If you have a new movie premiering, drop us a line – we might be interested in setting something up with you too!Subscribe today on iTunes, listen on Spotify, use our handy RSS feed in your favourite podcatcher, or keep visiting us right here at Back-Row.com. Help support the show by becoming a member of our Patreon account.

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Blamo! | Exploring Fashion with the People Who Shape It

My guest this week is British designer Nigel Cabourn, a legend in the clothing industry with a vintage archive of 4K+ pieces.He's been in business since the 1970s and has been creating a world with rich history and storytelling and many of his items are grail status among collectors.Nigel and I discuss how Paul Smith introduced him to vintage, the power of transparency, the story of the cameraman jacket, the best era for vintage denim, and hear enough sidebars to make you feel you're at his home eating dinner.https://www.cabourn.com**Sponsored by Standard & Strange – Get the facts on denim hereSperry - Sign up and win some dope kicks!and Grand Seiko - Celebrate the nature of time with Grand Seiko**Got a hot take? Leave us a voicemail +1.917.267.2495 or email us info@blamopod.com

Movie Madness
Episode 277: Blu-Rays For Your Christmas List

Movie Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 147:42


Erik Childress and Sergio Mims deliver one last Blu-ray show for 2021 with an impressive group of titles just in time to make your film lovers merry for Christmas. From Criterion they talk about one of the greatest films of all-time and one of their choices for the best film of 2020. Paramount delivers on a couple of Warren Beatty classics while also fulfilling another from the hosts' Not-On-Blu-Ray lists. As does Warner Archive with a timely delivered mystery given the passing of one of its screenwriters as well as the awesomeness of the Mad Max Anthology. Sergio hypes up a nearly long lost film from Flicker Alley along with his absolute love of The Guns of Navarone. Then there is nearly an hour dedicated to some great titles from Kino including the original version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, a bunch of Charles Bronson & W.C. Fields for your dads, one of Steven Spielberg's earliest efforts and a pair of classic horror titles now available on 4K. Get those lists ready because they are going to fill them up here. 0:00 – Intro 3:10 - Criterion (Citizen Kane, One Night in Miami) 16:54 - Flicker Alley (The Bitter Stems) 23:26 – Sony (The Guns of Navarone 4k) 33:25 – Paramount (What Lies Beneath, Heaven Can Wait, Reds 51:06 – Warner Bros. (Mad Max Anthology) 59:24 – Warner Archive (Party Girl, Fury, Ivanhoe, The Last of Sheila) 1:28:30 – Kino  (Bedtime Story, Mr.Majestyk, Chato's Land, Breakheart Pass, It's a Gift, The Bank Dick, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Night Gallery, The Silence of the Lambs 4K, Invasion of the Body Snatchers 4K) 2:25:01 - Outro

The Bulwark Goes to Hollywood
The Greatest Movie Ever Made Hits 4K

The Bulwark Goes to Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 33:45


Last month the Criterion Collection kicked off its new 4K lineup with what is, arguably, the greatest movie ever made: Citizen Kane. And the disc is absolutely loaded with special features, including a rarely seen BBC documentary on the making of the movie, multiple commentary tracks, and numerous interviews—including one with film historian Farran Smith Nehme. She joined Sonny to talk about Citizen Kane, how it got made, how William Randolph Hearst tried to smother it in the crib, and why it's considered to be one of the great films. We also talked about her new Substack, which you can check out here, and the transformation of blogs into newsletters.

Elixir Outlaws
Episode 105: Sports of Sorts

Elixir Outlaws

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 38:23


The Elixir Outlaws now have a Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5332239). If you're enjoying the show then please consider throwing a few bucks our way to help us pay for the costs for the show. On today's episode of the Elixir Outlaws, Sean Cribbs and Amos King are going to talk about Sports of Sorts. Amos shares some driving wisdom and his fondness for silent thoughts. Sean and Amos will share some random and interesting experiences. Episode Highlights: Amos reveals how he developed his creativity and problem-solving skills from driving. Sean has recently resigned from his job, and he is about to join a new company after 12 days. As per Sean, one spends a lot of your time sleeping because their dreams help them to work through problems Amos loves jogging around the river next to the hotel early in the morning when nobody is up. For him, it is nice and quiet. Brittany Matthews is a co-owner of the women's soccer team. She has been big in promoting women's sports in Kansas City, but especially soccer, and Patrick and Brittany broke ground on a new training center earlier this year. Then, three or four weeks ago, they revealed their new team name. The stadium is first of its kind for the women's soccer team, which is huge because this team has only been here a year. They just announced that they were going to have a team this January 2021. For those not in Kansas City, the streetcar is absolutely free , which is really awesome with all the buses because buses are free too. So you can go anywhere for free in Kansas City. We have one of the best women soccer players in Samuels who has been on the national team. An Incredible midfielder, dynamic player, and she is going be exciting to watch, says Sean. While talking about the new company where Sean is going to join. He explains that the company is doing motion graphics or motion design. People really want the ability to collaborate to provide feedback on designs, work on different iterations, compare them, and build out a portfolio for you, says Sean. There are multiple companies out there called Fable, so if you want to go look it up, it is Fable, not Fable dot IO, not fable com. It is the Fable Dot app. It is one of those easy, easy ones to find. Amos says he doesn't know how possible it would be, but it would be interesting if, two designers could work on the same like image or animation at the same time, doing the same kind of ideas of passing changes back and forth. Part of the reason why Sean's friend wanted to hire him is because he has distributed systems experience, where all the bodies are buried, where all the problems are gonna be like what if we want to have real time collaboration or like something like Miro where people are dragging things around on the on the project at the same time. What always kills me on the front end in the browser, or even if you are compiling and making things faster, is that you really have zero control over the quality of the computer it is running on and the problems like the interactions between the things, says Amos. Sean says that they are going to write C+ code because it was mostly C code, but using the C ++compiler and very few features of C and like the Windows API and like working with it directly to build a 2D kind of Zelda light game. Sean says that the JavaScript community is huge. You have a lot of people experience in JavaScript. It doesn't take that many of them to make a good customization. Amos shares that his first editor for code other than the QBasic editor was Emacs and that was 22 years ago. Amos says that his first experience with C not running everywhere was in an AI class and they had to write a chess engine and then they all played the developed chess engines against each other. Sean says there is a bytecode format that you can take from running on a Intel being VM and run it on an ARM beam VM or on some other processor that is running your nerves project. 3 Key Points Those of you who don't know anything about Kansas City, but Patrick Mahomes is a big deal here quarterback for the Chiefs and his fiance Brittany Matthews is kind of influential in her own. Sean says that Figma has changed the way people do collaborate on static web design, this is going to be collaboration on motion design. Motion design would include things like just regular animations you might see on the web. It could include things like advertisements, logo, animations. There are a lot of different ways that we could do collaborate. Another area that he talked about us wanting to do is so a lot of this is like you do in the browser, You draw your shapes, you animate them you set the keyframes, you know you set all that stuff up. But that only produces us a level of quality that the browser can produce. But if you want to do 4K video of this animation that you just created, you are not going to produce that with your browser, says Sean. Tweetable Quotes “I am a big fan of silent thoughts” – Sean “When they introduce the team that the players that are going to start for the match. They had some incredible motion designs on the video board.“- Sean “It is not movies, it is more about the animation than about video editing. It is like making an animated logo.” - Sean “There are some pretty interesting problems how to isolate yourself from these, they are doing something very quick and then suddenly they open another program on their desktop, but that hangup.” – Amos “90% of your life was spent formatting exactly how that professor wanted it formatted, which is like a huge waste of time.” - Amos Resources Mentioned: Podcast Editing Elixir Outlaws: Website

MOVIES in 4K
103. Holiday Edition – 5 Naughty Cut 4K Reviews

MOVIES in 4K

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 71:47


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from MOVIES in 4K! A new release comes your way just in time for the holidays. This is an eclectic show with reviews, ratings and gradings of 5 diverse films for all of you 4K fans out there. Hit that Play Button while trimming the tree and wrapping presents to enjoy a full fledged episode with 3 popular Christmas songs scattered throughout! Movies covered on this show: * Forrest … CONTINUE READING

The Wilder Ride
TWR Listeners Lounge - Eric Von Haessler

The Wilder Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 148:36


In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray sit down for a chat with the host of the Von Haessler Doctrine, Eric Von Haessler. Although the goal was to start at the beginning, the discussion took on a life of it's own. Rather than the usual trip down memory lane, Alan and Walt spent time chatting with Eric about our current cultural state. It's impossible to know the fullest extent of social media and the internet, but it's hard to ignore the impact on society. From celebrities to politicians, becoming and influencer is akin to the accumulation of power. It's no longer about the will of the people or the Founding Fathers. Rather, it's about popularity and likes, follows, and retweets. This discussion eventually does turn to the creation of The Von Haessler Doctrine. Eric spends time talking about his evolution from The Regular Guys to 911 to losing his job. But, after years of struggling to stay relevent, working on a daily podcast, the opportunity arose to return to the airwaves with a brand new show. Since then, Eric has never looked back, focused squarely on the future of his show and, concurrently, on the future of our great Republic. After the interview, Eric hangs out as Alan and Walt dive into some strange news items, weighing in on them with his own brand of humor. Then, to wrap up the show, all three dive into the entertainment segment where they discuss what they've been watching, reading and listening to over the past week. WATCHING Walt has been diving into season 3 of Lost in Space. He also re-watching We Were Soldiers with Mel Gibson and the documentary The Pacific. Alan continues to give The Wheel of Time a chance, but even after five episodes, he is dubious. He loves the Disney+ series, Hawkeye, which is on episode 3. With the holidays upon us, Alan also watched Die Hard. He then revisited Enders Game, streaming in 4K. He loves watching the YouTube channels, Ashleigh Burton, Popcorn in Bed and The TRY Channel. Eric is starting on the new seasons of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The Expanse. He also loved the new documentary, Get Back, on Disney+. READING Walt is finishing, "Killing the Mob,'" and is next set to read, "Killing LIncoln.." Alan has completed, "Dune." Eric has been into, "2666," and, "The Savage Detectives," by Roberto Belano. Eric is also deep into the science book, "The Big Picture," by Sean M. Carroll. LISTENING Walt continues to listen to the Radio Labyrinth podcast. He also just listened to the most recent episode of the WTF with Mark Maron interviewing guest, Benedict Cumberbatch. He also was on The Dirty Harry Minute discussing the film, Sudden Impact. Alan never misses new episodes of the 60MW Podcast, The Time Bandits Minute and continues to listen to a ton of Christmas music. Eric has been listening to the Beatles catalog and any shows that have to do with whether or not Shakespeare really wrote those plays. Also, make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listener's Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Daily
Amazon FireTV 4K Max

Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 8:39


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Sixteen:Nine
Henrik Andersson, Instorescreen

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 35:00


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Retail experts have long spoke about the so-called zero moment of truth - that time in bricks and mortar stores when shoppers are in the aisles and making the decision about which product they're going to pull off the shelf and put in their basket. Getting digital signage into stores, with screens doing messaging when people are in a shopping mindset, has always been a big business driver. But putting screens right in the aisles has been a challenge for a few reasons - the main one being how conventional screens would eat up shelf space. Display manufacturing has advanced to a level now that it's possible to put strips of high resolution LCDs right on the shelf edge without getting in the way - introducing color, motion and the possibility for things like dynamic pricing. But the solution is not just the display. There has to be a whole system behind it, and that's where Instorescreen comes in. The Hong Kong-based company has a solution that actually meets the scaled needs of retailers and brands, so that you can do things like drive as many as 96 ribbon displays - with different content to each - off a single Lenovo PC. I had a good chat with Henrik Andersson, the CEO of Instorescreen. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Henrik, Thank you for joining me. We've spoken a few times in the past, but for those who are not familiar with Instorescreen, can you run through what your company does? What are you all about?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah, So Instorescreen is a manufacturer of hardware, mostly monitors and technology for digital signage. We are 20 years old and today, an exclusive partner of Lenovo.  It's a curious set up in that you're based in Florida, but you're Danish, I believe, and a lot of the company is over in Hong Kong, is that right?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So our headquarters is in Hong Kong, and I'm very close to Danish. I'm Swedish... Ah okay, you're Nordic.  Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So our headquarters is in Hong Kong. We have three manufacturing sites in China and yeah, that's what we are doing today.  And is it privately held or are you publicly traded?  Henrik Andersson: We are privately owned.  One of the things that has struck me about what you do versu and what's historically happened in retail digital signage is, I would say the different waves of signage and retail have involved putting conventional flat panel displays all over stores, which was then followed by doing video walls instead hiving them all together, and the third wave seems to be now that the technology is there to try to put displays right in the aisles, right where consumers are making decisions, as opposed to just being part of the overall look and feel of a store. Is that kind of why you went on it the way you did?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So the story is that Instorescreen is created to be a supplier that works outside in, instead of inside out. If I explain that very quickly, we come from true OEM manufacturing and we have been listening to the customer to see how we can make the right product for the customer in the right location? That has been the key.  Inside out is more like if the customer calls in and you show them what you have, and we didn't want to work that way. So what we have done is that we have created different solutions that are OEM based, but we have based them on a whole, like retail. So for retail, we have been looking to see how we can replace or how we can add screens and technology into the retail environment. Based on that, we created shelf edge displays. We worked through the biggest manufacturer of LCD screens, and we have been working very closely with them to create the right size, length and height. When that's finished, we have a solution that could be on the shelf edge. It can be on the header and so on. The second step here is how are we going to drive them? What is the most intelligent way to drive them? And that's where it comes in with our solution, where we call it inDAISY, it's a data chain technology where we can utilize one 4K computer running up to 96 screens. Second generation that's coming next year, we'll also be able to push power through to the DAISY chain. So we will be able to push both power and data through one single cable.  This is the partnership with Lenovo, and with the DAISY chaining, is it one signal to as many as 96 displays, or could it be addressable, like it could be 96 different signals? Henrik Andersson: It's 96 different signals. So each screen will get an ID, and based on that ID, you can have different content, so each screen would have different content.  This wouldn't be 96 pieces of video, though, right? It would be images?  Henrik Andersson: No, 96 pieces of video.    Wow. That would take a pretty serious graphics card. Henrik Andersson: No, not really. Our data chain works as the way that you think about a canvas that's 4K and each ID is taking a spot from that canvas. So for example, if you have the header display that's 1920x360, the first header takes location 0 to 1920 down to 360, that's ID #1, ID #2 starts besides that and takes from 1920 to 3840 and down to 360, and then the shelf chassis starts below and they are taking left-right, left-right, and then by utilizing the Lenovo computer, we could have four 4K outputs so we can get four times that resolution.  So with retail in the many years that I've been involved in this space, one of the challenges has been trying to get displays right into where the merchandise is. But the problem has always been that if you put a conventional flat panel display into that space, it's going to eat up merchandising space. It's gonna eat up the shelf space that you want for talking about the product. One of the big drivers here I assume is that this takes up space. That it's a way to not take away from that merchandising space and stockings space? Henrik Andersson: Yeah, we have been working very closely with the manufacturer of the gondolas to figure out how much space we can take without taking up on any merchandise. So we are taking up about one and a half inch to 1.7 inch in height, and then we are following the two foot three foot and four foot lengths. And this is using LCDs?  Henrik Andersson: That's LCD, yes.  And I gather that the reason you're able to do this now is you can now natively manufacture LCDs at these sizes?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah, we don't use any resize. When we started this project like eight years ago, we used a resize to test and see how we can get it to look and how it should work.  Today, we are natively producing them. There are benefits of natively producing them. One of the biggest is that you get the same every time. So if you put like 10, 15 of these side by side, you want all of them to have the same backlight. You want all of them to have the same color, of those kinds of features. And the biggest one is probably to get down in price. By utilizing a cut down like a 55 inch down to be making one shelf edge. That's a lot of waste doing that by using native screens. If the volume reaches X, we will be able to be very competitive. We are calculating, we should be able to go way below.  A hundred bucks a foot.  Yeah, because I remember when these thin ribbon LCDs first came out and I would see them at places like NRF, about six, seven years ago, the salespeople work in the boosts wouldn't even tell me a number in terms of price, because I gather it was ghastly, but that's changed. Henrik Andersson: That's changed a lot. For example, we could have a two foot display today for around 200 bucks.   And who is putting that in? Is it the brands or is it the retail owners?  Henrik Andersson: It's both. It's both. It has been the latest 4-5 years. It's a lot of brands. It's getting more retailers, and today, it's mostly retailers on end caps. And do they see this as part of their business model, their merchandising model that they'll sell end  caps and now it's digital. Henrik Andersson: Yes, and that's information they see that they have, by just using packages, they cannot inform the customer of what the product is doing by utilizing video screens. Now they can inform me what's the benefit with this product and that product they can also do in different flavors. They can tease you by looking at how good this is with their eyes and so on, and one of the key things everybody's talking about right now is dynamic pricing. You will be able to change the pricing very quickly. You're able to change products on the shelves. You will be able to Collect external data. For example, if we say which employee has allergy medicine and so on, we can publish the pollen count onto the shelf fetch in real time.     Are these replacements potentially for electronic shelf labels or are they kind of complimentary to them?    Henrik Andersson: Today, it's a compliment. I can say that mostly due to the price, but as the price is still getting lower, I think they are direct competition to the ESLs, I think they are, because you have more dynamics on an LCD screen than you have on an ESL.  With an ESL, you can do the price and maybe a barcode or something that's maybe two or three colors. That's about it, right?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah, here you can have a full color spectrum. You can have movies, you can have touch screen functionality. There are so many things you can do. We can integrate the sensors so you can scan your membership and get your special price. There's so many things that we are investigating right now. What's going to be next?  And doing that is contingent at all on the kind of back office systems that our retailer has as to whether they have the data and everything to make that?  Henrik Andersson: Here is where we work very closely with a lot of partners that build softwares. So we worked with, for example, Microsoft, Oracle, all of them where they have the backend for the retailers, and then we were working with the digital signage companies, that's how we can get data between those two systems.  Is that a challenge at all in terms of working with the different digital signage, CMS options out there that they need to have a platform that can work with this high-end Lenovo box? Henrik Andersson: No, it's not a super high end Lenovo box. It's a computer called P 340. That has an Nvidia board inside before 4K output. So a signage software will work with our solution and most of the times when we talked to a signage company, they found this complicated and it took them 15 minutes and said, oh, this is so easy. So yes the Daisy chain and all of that kind of feature sounds very advanced, but we made all the technology on our board. So the digital signage company doesn't have to think. That technology, they just have to follow publish on our full 4K cameras. I guess they would have to, depending on how their CMS works, maybe introduce some new resolutions that they didn't previously have, like 1920x360 or whatever you were describing? Henrik Andersson: No, they publish 3840x2160 full 4K resolution, and then our data chain board based on the IDs are taking spots from those full 4K canvas.  What about LEDs? I have seen some manufacturers at trade shows again, who were showing shelf edge strips that were based on fine pitch LED. Is that a consideration or not the right way to go on this?  Henrik Andersson: The problem we have with the LEDs is the heat. We have been investigating working with LEDs because there are benefits where you can easily make new sizes. We have to make a tool and new tooling costs about $1.5 to $2 million to make a new size. So if someone says, we don't want 3 feet, we want 3.2 feet. That's a very expensive thing. But in LEDs, it's doable. But we have power usage, it's almost 10 times more, and then we have the heat. So if we take a whole retail store and we put these LEDs out, it could be that you have to start getting more air conditioning units, basically. I never thought of it that way. Certainly think of all those LEDs, even though we all think of LEDs as being incredibly energy efficient, if you're using thousands of them in a whole store, maybe millions of them, and that's just a lot of little lights to feed. Henrik Andersson: They're made for outside. You could use them if you could spot the installations. I think they're fine. LCD is more energy efficient.  The problem that I've seen with the LED versions is simply that to get the resolution, the granularity of the information down to a level that is legible like an ESL or an LCD is you're talking very fine pitch and it adds to the cost. Henrik Andersson: You cannot do it. So if we look at our header display, for example, it's 1920x360 in resolution. That means we have 360 pixels in height. If you go to an LED, you're down to maybe 30- 40 pixels.  And the net result of that is the visuals just don't look very good, vright? Henrik Andersson: Yeah, I guess they will have a resolution of 150x30 or 150x40. Right now, our is 1920x360.  So it looks like a 1994 desktop monitor? Henrik Andersson:It depends. From a distance, and if you do the content right, it will look quite okay. But if you go down to price tags and QR codes, coupons, things like that, they will never work. And we can do that as well. We can publish coupons and everything to the shelf edge.  So maybe down the road 3-5 years after micro LEDs mass manufacturing gets sorted and the yields are up and everything else, maybe that's an option, but certainly not right now? Henrik Andersson: That's something we look into. We have really started looking at that, but it's way too early.   What kind of research has been done to measure the impact of a planogram that's just conventional shelf labels and things like that, versus a portion of a planogram that has your digital shelf edge elements to it? Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So what we have seen now is that it's a wow factor. That's one of the things. If you walk in the store and you're making about 80% of your decisions in the store, and if you get a wow factor, you get something that triggers your brain, you will buy that product. On top of that, you have tools and gadgets, things that need to be explained. It would be like powered rails. So we say vitamins, anything that needs to be explained, an energy drink, those kinds of fine benefits. I like telling you that by using this product we give you these benefits. We are seeing between 20% to about 300% based on product.  Sustained or just like when it first goes up? Henrik Andersson: It continues. We have some data from pharmaceuticals when they're explaining a product where we have 300-400% uplift, and we have also inside retail on produce and stuff like that. We have a huge growth.  Are those brands the ones that have used other types of digital signage, like more conventional, flat panels around a store and maybe I assume it wouldn't have had anywhere near the impact, just because it wouldn't be as close to the product? Henrik Andersson: That has been a thing. They have  advertised on digital signage screens in retail, but most of the time they are too far away from the product. So due to the impulse of buying. The further away you are from the physical product, the less sales are you going to make.  One of the things that you were telling is your solution in tandem with Lenovo, your partner, you're doing in-store analytics as well?  Henrik Andersson: Yeah, we have a solution that we are introducing at the NRF which we call smart vision. It's a full analytics platform utilizing Lenovo servers and multiple cameras to collect data from the retail environment. This is also applicable not only to retail we're doing even in transportation, education, fast food. It's about collecting data on how many people are happy walking in, or sad walking out, where they're walking. We can see the paths of walking.  We can see where most people are spending most time, and how long they are standing in front of that product. We can also trigger things. We can see for example, that there has been a spell of a drink in aisle six, and we need to call the janitor to get that clean up. We are also working on things to see if they are putting things in their pocket, or they're putting things in the cart. We can see if someone is acting violent or has a tendency, if something could happen. This is what we work on. We'd like machine learning together with Intel to figure out what kind of information we want.  So you're using Intel's OpenVINO?  Henrik Andersson: Yes, we are using OpenVINO as the base.  Retail analytics using computer vision has been around for 15 years, maybe even longer. So that part is not new. What's distinct about what you do versus some of the more familiar ones that are already known in digital signage? Henrik Andersson: It's probably our dashboard, an easy way to get an overview and also the flexibility to pick the things you want. We are trying to do the same here as we do with the screen work outside in, instead of inside out, we don't tell the customers that this is the data that we think you should have. We are asking them what data do you want to make your business better. Most of that is basically to combine multiple cameras, to get the whole view. Instead of having one camera inside of, by one header display by using this, we can see the moving paths in the store. We can see, for example, during X hours a day, we have this many visitors, but we only have this many cashiers open. Then they can move things around in the store to create something more streamlined. You want green lines across the whole store. You don't want to, like some aisles are more visited and otherized. You want all of them to move like a typical Ikea. Where you want to go, you have to go with the whole store, even if you want to get the thing at the end of the story. Yes, you do and it's not my favorite way to shop, but... Henrik Andersson: That's the way to create impulses on the way to the thing that you're intended to buy. Look at the carts at Ikea. You buy so many things on the way to the exit that you'd never planned to buy.  The reference case that I'm familiar with for your company, is a seat to table store down in south Florida? Is that still your biggest deployment for this, or, where have you put your screens in?  Henrik Andersson: That's the biggest single-store deployment. We are deploying in multiple stores, but often as a single end cap or category, and there will be a lot of announcements next year of full grocery stores that are getting this installed. More than just an end cap, but if it takes you to tape, for an example, we have about 200 screens in that store, including shell fetches, header, square screens. So that is an Intel Lenovo and initial screen show, and everybody's welcome to come down and look at it. So that's your living lab, or you can walk people through and go here's what's possible. Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So that's where we test everything from the analytics to the screens to do dynamic pricings, everything is tested there and that's better than having it in our own office.  Lenovo is one of those very large computing companies that has been on the edge of digital signage and some of these companies like HP and so on, they're in they're out. You don't really know what they do, but it sounds like Lenovo has made a concerted investment of capital and people into the space.  Henrik Andersson: Yes, Lenovo has grown a lot in the OEM division. I think when I started working with Lenovo OEM, there were about five guys. Now they're up to 50-60. And just working specifically with you or are they active in other areas as well?   Henrik Andersson: Basically, it's the whole thing. If you're working outside in instead of inside out, trying to figure out solutions for each individual company. It could involve computers only or it could involve computers and monitors. One of the things we did in 2020-21 was a full line of monitors with anti-microbial coding on them. So they are like killing viruses and bacterias. But one of the key things as well is that the whole chassis is aluminum. So it's 95% sustainable.  And is that an ask that you get from retail now? Henrik Andersson: Mostly Europe, because they don't want anything that has plastic in them anymore. That'll be a big change if it starts to happen here.  Henrik Andersson: So if you go to a grocery store in Sweden, for example, you have to pay 50 cents for a plastic bag. That's what it cost. If you want to bring the groceries home, you have to pay 50 cents for the plastic bag. Yeah. That's starting to happen here in Canada as well. And I'm constantly buying more bags cause I forgot to bring the ones I have in the car. Henrik Andersson: Every Swedish guy  has a car full of such bags.  What do you see happening in the next couple of years with the kind of work that you do? Do you imagine there are going to be other companies developing copycat solutions? For instance, I was in Taiwan when we still could travel about two and a half years ago, and I know that AUO, which is a huge LCD manufacturer, has a whole feature wall of odd shaped ribbon displays and things like that, so it seems like this would be accessible to more accompanies now.  Henrik Andersson: Yeah. So AUO is one of our partners. So if we look at a couple of their sites that they have, we have been part of their engineering process. We are being part of developing the size, the functionality, the backlight, all those kinds of things. So AUO is one we have HKC, we have BUE, we work with all of them. Will be the products similar to our products on the market. Yes, there will be. We are trying to be innovative. We are trying to make it easy. Most of our competitors are basically working as if each screen is an individual screen. They're using an Android board put in there and by using an Android board inside, you will be able to push one content to that screen. The problem you're going to face is if we put multiple screens up, for example, you have a limitation of how many units can be connected to a WiFi network. You would have a limitation of power plugs. You need so many power plugs to have power to each display. Think about the digital signage licenses. Now, this is nothing but fun for the signage company, if you have 3000 screens in a store and each screen has a built in a hundred players, that 3000 licenses. And also about servicing them, it should be easier to take one away, put one back, you know what a computer is, you have something that needs to be updated in one location, not 3000 locations.  So in other words, you could source something like what Instorescreen has off of Alibaba or wherever you want to go. But the simple question that you would ask or somebody smart would ask or somebody else who's smart would ask is will it scale? And it just doesn't, as you just described.  Henrik Andersson: No it doesn't, and to get it with the, know what we are able to today to have very smart servicing options. We have longtime warranties.  We have technical people on 24x7 call. It's a disaster if a retail store shelf edge goes black. For example, we need to fix that very quickly and not call an Alibaba contact and you get a new screen in three weeks.  Yeah. That doesn't work so well. All right. This was great. If people want to learn more about your company, where do they go online? Henrik Andersson: They can contact Lenovo OEM or go to lenovo.com or they can go to instorescreen.com.  All right. Perfect. Thanks for your time.  Henrik Andersson: Thank you very much.

The Final Girls
Hello Sidney | Scream (1996) | What's Your Favourite Scary Movie?

The Final Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 56:27


Welcome to Hello Sidney, a limited podcast series supported by Paramount that cuts deep into one of the most iconic horror franchises ever made.In this first episode, we go back to the film that kickstarted the franchise and revitalised horror in the 1990s. Written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven, Scream (1996) made slashers cool again. Hosted by horror fans and podcasters Mike Muncer, Anna Bogutskaya and Louise Blain. Listen and subscribe to Hello Sidney: The Scream Podcast wherever you get your podcasts.--Scream releases in cinemas in the UK on 14 January 2022.Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Scream (1996) in 4K, available to download and keep on Apple. Hello Sidney: The Scream Podcast is supported by Paramount Hosts: Mike Muncer, Anna Bogutskaya and Louise Blain Artwork Design: Mike Lee-GrahamProducers: Mike Muncer and Anna BogutskayaEditor: Mike MuncerGhost Face is a Registered Trademark of Fun World Div., Easter Unlimited, Inc. ©1999. All Rights Reserved.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags: The Strange Case of Tammy Daybell

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 36:49


Chad Daybell's trial for multiple counts of first-degree murder is set to begin just after the new year. The Idaho man is accused of killing his wife, Tammy Daybell and the children of the woman he marries just two weeks after Tammy died. JJ and Tylee Vallow are missing for months before their bodies are found on Daybell's property. At first, Tammy Daybell's death is ruled natural cases. The seemingly healthy 49-year-old is training to run a 4K race, but Chad Daybell reports that his wife is dead in the bed beside him one morning. The coroner does not attend the scene, only officers who say the death appears to be natural. What's more, an autopsy is refused by the family.  As bodies seem to pile up around the newlywed family, questions are raised. Other deaths connected to this investigation include Lori Vallow Daybell's ex-husbands, and her brother. Today on Body Bags, forensic expert and former death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan looks into the unexplained death of Tammy Daybell.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Broken Silicon
131. Game Engines, AMD v Nvidia TFLOPS, Halo Infinite, Next Gen XBOX | Obsidian Developer

Broken Silicon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 147:55


A Game Tools Engineer from Obsidian joins to discuss Next Gen Hardware and Game Engines. [SPON: brokensilicon = -30% off Windows, dieshrink = -3% off Everything: https://biitt.ly/shbSk] [SPON: Get 10% off Tasty Vite Ramen with Code “brokensilicon” at: https://bit.ly/3oyv4tR] 0:00 What got Taylor into game development? 8:01 What does a “Senior Tools Engineer” do at Obsidian Entertainment? 13:22 How are Open World games actually made? How do you even start them? 22:05 What is a "Game engine," and why did Frostbite hurt Bioware? 29:15 Why Studios use Old Game Engines for so long - what's the advantage? 44:23 Are developers able to optimize for Ray Tracing effectively yet? 56:00 When is Ray Tracing worth it? When is 4K worth it? What's the best combination? 1:05:46 Unreal Engine 5 Matrix Demo - What impressed us? What needs work? 1:11:30 Optimizing for AMD v Nvidia v PS5 v XBOX Series X – how important are TFLOPS? 1:20:45 Why isn't dynamic resolution used more in PC Games? 1:25:11 Why do shooters this fall feel half finished? Did COVID hurt 2021's releases? 1:32:36 Halo Infinite vs Battlefield 2042 - Making Good Launch Decisions 1:42:05 Microsoft Buying Obsidian & Bethesda, Game Pass vs Profits 1:51:32 Advice for aspiring game developers 2:17:57 What would you want in a next gen XBOX Series X or PlayStation 6? https://www.linkedin.com/in/taylor-hadden-01a09827 Check out Taylor's Twitter and Tangent Notes: https://mobile.twitter.com/cptn_chillpill https://youtu.be/gr9TORbHA2M https://screenrant.com/battlefield-2042-originally-battle-royale-game-report/ https://youtu.be/mCxHcvtpfAk https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-3090.c3622 https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/radeon-rx-6900-xt.c3481 https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/blog/introducing-the-matrix-awakens-an-unreal-engine-5-experience

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network
BRIGHT SIDE HOME THEATER: DIE HARD: 2 DIE HARDER 4K STREAMING V HD DISC

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 46:32


DJ sat down to enjoy another holiday classic and was surprised at the holiday gift he found.  Die Hard 2 is streaming on Apple iTunes and Amazon Prime in 4K so he decided to compare that to the Physical disc in HD.  What a rabbit hole he went down.  What do you prefer?  High Quality Picture with manipulated sound?  Or High Quality sound with an inferior picture?DJ has his opinions…Push Play and see/hear for yourself.ENJOYTo Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member

Orbital
Why does Redmi Note 11T 5G exist?

Orbital

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 28:33


It's only been five months since the Redmi Note 10T, and its successor is already here. Gadgets 360 senior reviewer Aditya Shenoy and deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo join host Akhil Arora to talk about the Redmi Note 11T 5G. We discuss why Redmi — along with its parent Xiaomi and the likes of Realme — refresh their phones so soon, how different models of different phones overlap one another, and hence why there isn't much to set them apart. Read: Redmi Note 11T 5G review But the Note 11T is also hobbled due to other factors. With chip shortages and supply chain constraints driving the price of components up, Redmi has had to compromise on features here. For one, we're going from a 120Hz AMOLED to 90Hz LED display. And while the Note 10T could record 4K video, the Note 11T can't. And it only has dual cameras at the back, which can be enough but they aren't here. Is this what happens when manufacturers go all out on a new-age 5G chipset? Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at podcast@gadgets360.com Chapters Intro (00:00) 10T to 11T in months (00:18) T for technology?! (02:46) Overlaps, compromises (04:36) Refreshing too soon (08:22) Dual cameras (12:36) Older is better? (18:29) 5G cutbacks (20:25) It's all marketing (26:17) MIUI 12.5 (27:21) Outro (28:15) Photo credits: Aditya Shenoy/Gadgets 360

El Brieff
Los Camellos con Botox

El Brieff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 13:53


Bienvenidos a El Brieff para este viernes 10 de diciembre. Estas son algunas de las noticias que puedes conocer el día de hoy: La inflación en México rebasa el 7,3% en noviembre, la peor cifra en 20 años Omicron: a la OMS le preocupa que los países ricos puedan acaparar vacunas Los lentes de Apple tienen dos pantallas 4K y control por gestos, según las últimas filtraciones La vida marina está colonizando islas de basura plástica en el océano, dicen los científicos Decenas de camellos excluidos del concurso de belleza saudí por Botox Suscríbete a Brieffy en www.brieffy.com

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
The Strange Case of Tammy Daybell

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 38:19


Chad Daybell's trial for multiple counts of first-degree murder is set to begin just after the new year. The Idaho man is accused of killing his wife, Tammy Daybell and the children of the woman he marries just two weeks after Tammy died. JJ and Tylee Vallow are missing for months before their bodies are found on Daybell's property. At first, Tammy Daybell's death is ruled natural cases. The seemingly healthy 49-year-old is training to run a 4K race, but Chad Daybell reports that his wife is dead in the bed beside him one morning. The coroner does not attend the scene, only officers who say the death appears to be natural. What's more, an autopsy is refused by the family.  As bodies seem to pile up around the newlywed family, questions are raised. Other deaths connected to this investigation include Lori Vallow Daybell's ex-husbands, and her brother. Today on Body Bags, forensic expert and former death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan looks into the unexplained death of Tammy Daybell.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RPG Golden Years
091 - Chrono Cross Remaster

RPG Golden Years

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 59:37


Welcome to Episode 091 of The RPG After Years! This week, Scott and Rich cover all the latest RPG news, including the all-but-confirmed Chrono Cross Remaster! The RPG After Years is hosting an RPG Club! It's like a book club, but with RPGs, and we hope all of you play along! We are between games right now, but nominations will begin for Patrons on Sunday, December 12th! Catch-up: What have the boys been playing? Both Scott and Rich have started Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. Scott has started a lot of new games, and even finished Days Gone and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land! Rich has started Trails of Cold Steel 3. In the news: Shin Megami Tensei V is getting ported to PC and PS4? News: Nier Gestalt lives on through Game Pass, and many old RPGs received a huge FPS boost! News: PlatinumGames's Hideki Kamiya has revealed more about and apologized for Scalebound's cancellation. News: Amazon Studios is reportedly working on a Mass Effect TV series! News: Square Enix isn't happy with NEO: The World Ends With You's sales :( News: FINAL FANTASY XI has received another update! News: Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is getting a 4K version... but only in Japan? News: Chrono Cross is getting a remaster and it's all but a certainty at this point. We discuss! Next week: We begin our review of the latest RPG Club game, Mass Effect! Please support the show at patreon.com/rpgafteryears Join us on our Discord server! discord.gg/3WPBgur Watch the show live on Twitch! We typically stream the main episodes at 9am EST on Sundays. Keep an eye out on Twitter and Discord for extra bonus recordings or time changes. It's all at twitch.tv/rpgafteryears You can also find Scott on Twitch over at twitch.tv/the_scott_spot! Send a Carrier Pigeon or Whatever: Twitter: @RPGYEARS Personal Twitters: Rich: @Hailblue1569, Scott: @TheScottSpot, Jay: @jaydhizzle, Bill: @Metunnica, Corey: @VFLCorey Email: rpgafteryears@gmail.com Check out our merch store at https://www.redbubble.com/people/RPGAfterYears/explore We Can Make This Work Probably Network: ProbablyWork.com @ProbablyWorkEmail: ProbablyWorkPod@gmail.com Master list: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13CgtJfptz1S3Da2HUsJDK86SfAIPMGA-Rmi4YZUpTGw/edit?usp=sharing Album art by Dizzy Designs: designsbydizzy.com

AVForums Podcast
The Best TVs of 2021, plus our favourite and memorable reviews of the year

AVForums Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 69:37


This week we look at the best TVs of 2021 plus we discuss our favourite and most memorable products of the year. We get Ed's album of the week and Steve's favourite recent 4K disc releases and round-up what we have been watching recently.

The Home Video Hustle
Side Hustlin' #7 - Chillin' With Mike Bagford

The Home Video Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 76:33


We didn't have an episode for you guys on Friday BUT I dug into the vaults and found an episode I recorded with the homie Mike Bagford! We talked about a lot of things like Mike's top ten albums, record stores, 4K vs Blu-Ray, dating apps, several movie franchises and a lot more. I hope you enjoy the show and apologies again for not having a normal episode this week. All Our Links - https://linktr.ee/homevideohustlepodcast Support The Show On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/homevideohustle Watch Us On YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfN67zqLBcbJNJw1cHI0Hlw Get HVH Merch - https://www.teepublic.com/user/hvhpodcast Music By: Trade Voorhees - http://tradevoorhees.com/ Age Of Radio Website - https://www.ageofradio.org/homevideohustle/ Be sure to check out untidyvenus.etsy.com and use promo code "HUSTLE" to get 15% off some bomb artwork! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Director-producer-raconteur Barry Sonnenfeld returns to the podcast for an entertaining and informative conversation about the timelessness of "Dr. Strangelove,” the genius of Elmore Leonard, the shortcomings of "Wild Wild West," the technical wizardry of "Raising Arizona" and the 30th anniversary (and new 4K release) of 1991's "The Addams Family." Also, Keenan Wynn plays it straight, Will Smith yuks it up, Christopher Lloyd reimagines Uncle Fester and James Caan moves into the Playboy mansion. PLUS: "Touch of Evil"! "Pushing Daisies"! Praising Patrick Warburton! The art of Pablo Ferro! The legend of Phil Gersh! And Barry remembers Dennis Farina, Albert Finney and Raul Julia! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Throwing Fits
*PATREON PREVIEW* Decadent & Depraved

Throwing Fits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 11:43


First things first, rest in peace Virgil Abloh. This week, Jimmy and Larry are linking for a little housekeeping ahead of their event tonight at Drake's, overpromising and underdelivering on 4K video, mobbed up legends, the best pants, remembering the towering legacy of Virgil Abloh complete with a bunch of personal stories new and old, the public and collective art of grieving gone right and wrong, passing the Art Basel torch, debating the merits of Beatlemania and the new Get Back doc, if Succession has fallen off, reconvening on the insanity that was Von Dutch and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

TendenciasTech
Comprar el Roku Streaming Stick 4K en Mexico ¿Vale la pena?

TendenciasTech

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 10:56


Comprar el Roku Streaming Stick 4K en Mexico ¿Vale la pena?El Roku Streaming Stick 4K es un dispositivo digital de tecnología avanzada que puedes conectar fácilmente a tu televisor. La tecnología Streaming Stick 4K ofrece una calidad de imagen superior y más opciones para ver contenido en vivo e Internet.El Roku Streaming Stick 4K es el dispositivo que conecta a tu televisor para que puedas ver contenido en alta definición y no te pierdas ningún tipo de programa o película. El Stick de Roku tiene forma de USB.Qué es el Roku Streaming Stick 4KÉste es un dispositivo que ofrece potente streaming 4K en una versión portátil. El Roku Streaming Stick 4K es fácil de usar, rápido y más potente que nunca. Inicia 30% más rápido, logrando un streaming sin interrupciones en espectacular 4K, Dolby Vision® y con una imagen HDR10+. Además, incluye un receptor Wi-Fi® completamente rediseñado con características de largo alcance. Todo para que, ya lo sabes, puedas elegir entre todas las plataformas de streaming que existen en un solo lugar con cero complicaciones.► ¡No olvides de suscribirte!https://youtube.com/berlingonzalez► Contacto (English - Español)tendenciastech@outlook.com► PodcastApple Podcast: http://apple.co/2CtwnidSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2lJKPzyAmazon Music: https://amzn.to/3dHBosPGoogle Podcast: https://bit.ly/3eqNnKzCastBox: https://bit.ly/33jyB4e► Redes SocialesYT: https://www.youtube.com/berlingonzalezTW: https://www.twitch.tv/berlingonzalezsFB: https://www.facebook.com/BerlinGonzalezsTT: https://www.tiktok.com/@berlingonzalezsTW: https://twitter.com/berlingonzalezsIN: https://www.instagram.com/berlingonzalezs► Donacioneshttps://www.paypal.me/tendenciastechhttps://www.patreon.com/tendenciastech#BerlinGonzalez #Roku #MexicoSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/tendenciastech. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.