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Radio Gunk
The Scores Show

Radio Gunk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 117:32


Join me along with Arm, Grillo, and Chaunce Hayden to dig deep into the nightlife that was Scores, along with all the shenanigans that went down with the Stern staffers while there! Some big reveals from Chaunce, Do you believe them???

Mama-Mut to go
Mutterns Zeitkapsel

Mama-Mut to go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 2:37


Passen die noch? Wieder wühle ich dieser Tage eifrig in unserer Kellerkiste. Mehrmals täglich renne ich runter in unser Kellerabteil und, trapptrapptrapp, wieder hoch, mit dem Arm voll Kinderschuhe. In der achtunddreißigsten Folge ihres Mini-Podcasts für mehr Mama-Mut hängt madamedamm kopfüber in ihrer Kellerkiste und macht sich Gedanken um kommende Müttergenerationen und deren Blick auf die unterirdischen Schuh-Depots unserer Zeit. Wenn du hier gerne lachst und danach entspannter weitermachst, folge mir gerne auch bei Instagram: @madamedammm Wer lieber liest als hört, findet den passenden Happen Mama-Mut immer auch zum Lesen auf www.madamedamm.de lesen, lachen, weitermachen

Zeitgeschichte erleben. Der Podcast der Bundeskanzler-Willy-Brandt-Stiftung

Wir befinden uns inmitten großer Veränderungsprozesse. Globalisierung und Digitalisierung sowie ganz aktuell die Corona-Pandemie. Die Auswirkungen der Lockdowns auf Wirtschaft, Arbeit, Bildung, Mobilität, Konsum und Kultur waren und sind enorm und werden vermutlich noch lange Zeit spürbar sein. Zugleich zeigen sich auch bei uns mit bisher ungekannter Wucht die lebensgefährlichen Folgen des Klimawandels. Angesichts dieser Umbrüche und Krisen sind die Rufe nach einer umfassenden und nachhaltigen Erneuerung des politischen und ökonomischen Handelns sowie des gesellschaftlichen Zusammenlebens noch lauter geworden. Gefordert wird nicht nur, sofort einschneidende Maßnahmen gegen die Klimaerwärmung zu ergreifen, sondern auch für mehr Gerechtigkeit zwischen Arm und Reich sowie zwischen den Geschlechtern und Generationen zu sorgen. Beim diesjährigen Willy-Brandt-Gespräch, das zwei Tage nach der Bundestagswahl am Dienstag, den 28. September 2021 im Umweltforum Berlin, stattfand, stellten wir daher die Frage: Welche Veränderungen müssen jetzt angepackt und mit welchen Mitteln können sie von wem am besten verwirklicht werden? Prof. Jutta Allmendinger, Ph.D. (Präsidentin des Wissenschaftszentrums Berlin für Sozialforschung) wird mit einem Vortrag in das Thema einführen und diskutiert im Anschluss mit Dr. Kajsa Borgnäs (Geschäftsführerin der Stiftung Arbeit und Umwelt der IGBCE) und Prof. Dr. Michael Hüther (Direktor des Instituts der deutschen Wirtschaft. Harald Asel von rbb inforadio moderiert die Diskussion. Wolfgang Thierse, Kuratoriusmvorsitzender der Bundeskanzler-Willy-Brandt-Stiftung eröffnet mit einem Grußwort.

THE  MOMPANY | Die Balance zwischen Baby und Business.
#89 mit Birgit Heraeus-Roggendorf über die Bildung der Zukunft mit LIFE HAMBURG

THE MOMPANY | Die Balance zwischen Baby und Business.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 52:49


In der heutigen Folge spreche ich mit einer Frau, die für die Geschäftsführung des LIFE HAMBURG Projekts von Barcelona nach Hamburg zog, mit Mann, mit 2 Kindern unter´m Arm und 2 Kindern im Bauch. Ob sie das zu dem Zeitpunkt schon wußte? Ob sie ahnte, was auf sie zukommt? Wie sie über 50%ige, 75%ige, 80%ige und 100%ige Wiedereinstiege denkt, wie sie ihre ganze große Familie organisiert und welche praktischen Tipps sie dafür hat und was überhaupt LIFE HAMBURG ist, hört Ihr in der aktuellen Folge. Viel Spaß mit THE MOMPANY und Birgit Heraeus-Roggendorf von LIFE Hamburg! . .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #workingmom #mompreneur #momboss #mom #mum #themompany #mompany #mompany_podcast #omr #omrpodcast #omrpodstars #podstars #podstarsomr #norapinck #itunespodcast #ladypodcasters #podcastshow #momlife #momhustle #podcastcommunity #applepodcasts #mombusiness #womensupportingwomen #femalepodcast #podcast #hamburglife #learnlife #learnlifebarcelona #otto #janinalinotto #benjaminotto #barcelona LIFE HAMBURG ➡️ https://life.hamburg/ Supporter dieser Folge ist INFERNO RAGAZZI Kids ➡️ www.infernoragazzi.com/kids Folgt THE MOMPANY auf Instagram und Facebook: ➡️ www.instagram.com/mompany_podcast ➡️ www.facebook.com/themompany.podcast

Adafruit Industries
Deep Dive w/Scott: SVD and Interrupts

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 121:19


Scott covers progress on the Cortex A work for Raspberry Pi. He's been working on expanding the system view description (SVD) files and learning all about the Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC400 / GICv2). He'll also answer any questions folks have. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com Chat with me and lot of others on the Adafruit Discord at https://adafru.it/discord. Deep Dive happens every week. Normally Fridays at 2pm Pacific but occasionally shifted to Thursday at 2pm. Typically goes for two hours or more. Questions are welcome. 0:00 Getting started 0:02:00 Hello and Housekeeping 0:04:42 Unexpected Makers Feather S2 - https://unexpectedmaker.com/ 0:05:30 Today's topic deep dive Raspberry Pi 0:06:30 Educational/Work Background summary 0:10:20 Getting started in Board Design - KiCad, Oshpark - https://www.kicad.org/ 0:12:00 Working on google maps, reasons for leaving 0:13:35 What was the most important thing learned at Google? 0:14:45 Getting started with surface mount 0:16:15 Flux and soldering, Pin Headers - https://www.adafruit.com/product/2830 0:20:30 Adafruit Collin's Lab soldering videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOXyxiYQWEX4OZga9c7jrw5q 0:21:05 Hand soldering, vs. SMD for dotstars 0:22:17 Looking at the ‘new' Pi Development board 40-Pin / external JTAG / SWD adapter - https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/fBq76nP9 0:24:22 Raspberry Pi CM4 0:25:37 USB to UART external board 0:26:45 External connector and chickadee logo ( on oshpark ) 0:29:35 Oshpark, PCB shopper (dot com) 0:31:00 Chickadee.tech web page and After Dark theme 0:32:12 Two weeks of progress on RPi 0:32:32 Troubleshooting 4 layer boards 0:33:25 adafruit/samd-peripherals github page - SAMD21 / SAMD51 0:33:52 adafruit / Broadcom peripherals page - https://github.com/adafruit/broadcom-peripherals 0:35:55 Recap system on chips ( SAM D21 block diagram ) 0:38:00 .SVD ( arm ) vs flash.xml ? 0:38:46 Memory Mapped I/O and Product (memory) Mapping 0:40:40 SVD file used for debugging and generate C code 0:42:00 RPi Desktop/workspace setup explained 0:44:00 Debug output and open OCD 0:44:35 Gdbstub PyCortexMDebug - https://github.com/bnahill/PyCortexMDebug 0:46:30 “svd” commands 0:50:24 Using KDE console terminal for tiling “management” 0:51:00 IRQ's and interrupts 0:53:24 Need USB Interrupts to get TinyUSB to work 0:54:00 PPI vs SPI 0:57:28 Would interrupts drive support to multicore 0:58:55 Do we need delays to support interrupts? (no) 1:00:50 Can you have delays in an interrupt? ( don't want to ) 1:02:10 SVDcon (sp) converted table 1:02:39 Python generated jinja macros (svd tool) 1:07:50 GPIO alternate functions - moving to get interrupts working 1:08:40 USB initialization need to be powered on ( see vcmailbox ? ) 1:09:40 How does the interrupt handler work - assembly code 1:10:10 saving and restoring state in interrupts (macro) 1:11:30 handling invalid interrupt entries 1:12:25 CPU exception top level code 1:13:14 handle IRQ 1:14:15 svd USB_OTG_GLOBAL / examine the registers 1:17:02 next thing down the line, the interrupt controller 1:20:30 Lady Ada on the screen! 1:32:23 - after some good advice, goodbye 1:35:20 ARM provided svd conv (sp) 1:38:52 GIC 400 1:40:53 the GIC 400 overview diagram 1:43:20 Interrupt “1023” magic number - in a spurious interrupt 1:46:42 Interrupt handling state machine diagram Figure 3-1 1:47:55 Distributor register descriptions - GICD_ITARGETS 1:49:00 Old show notes - https://github.com/adafruit/deep-dive-notes/ 1:51:16 Reviewing interrupt priority fields 1:54:20 interrupts are all zero 1:55:00 Try setting priority to one, as an experiment 1:57:00 restart with new code - gdb says in fifo-read 1:58:34 Wrap-up 1:59:25 Next week next Friday 2:00:09 cat-cam ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

MiniPC Show - Podnutz
MiniPC Show #125 –

MiniPC Show - Podnutz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/minipc–show–podnutz/id1087233346?mt=2# RSS – http://feeds.feedburner.com/podnutz/minipcshow Show – http://podnutz.com/category/minipc/ Live Video And Chat – https://www.youtube.com/user/Doortodoorgeek/videos Patreon – http://patreon.com/theminipcshow Email – minipc@podnutz.com Discord Link – https://discord.gg/sbeUC9b Hosted by: Steve McLaughlin – DoorToDoorGeek – http://podnutz.com Brian – AskTheCableGuy FlyingRich – http://www.FlyingRich.com Podnutz Mugs – http://code4sale.com/podnutz/ AliExpress Affiliate Link – http://www.dpbolvw.net/click–7648860–12574854 Thank you William DuPuie ———- Graphical Python […]

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Linux para Apple Silicon ya casi / Files v2 / Windows 11 pausado en China / El Capitán Kirk en Blue Origin / HBO trae 4K y una cosa rara / Adiós IGTV Patrocinador: Allianz es el líder mundial en gestión activa https://www.allianz.es/allianz-inversion.html. Te ofrece fondos de inversión, sostenibles y tecnológicos, así como planes de jubilación adaptados a tu edad actual https://www.allianz.es/plan-de-pensiones.html. Además de un producto único con garantía alemana como es Allianz Perspektive https://www.allianz.es/seguro-de-ahorro.html. — Para más información, asesórate en Allianz.es https://www.allianz.es/ o en el 900 228 228 tel:+34900228228. Linux para Apple Silicon ya casi / Files v2 / Windows 11 pausado en China / El Capitán Kirk en Blue Origin / HBO trae 4K y una cosa rara / Adiós IGTV  La adaptación de Linux a los procesadores Apple Silicon ya va tomando forma. Asahi Linux, el proyecto de código libre liderado por el español Héctor Martín lleva unos meses imparable. En su último boletín https://asahilinux.org/2021/10/progress-report-september-2021/ cuentan que ya es "tan usable como un escritorio básico para Linux (sin la aceleración por hardware)", y que los Mac con M1 ya son los PC con ARM más rápidos con Linux.  Files v2 llega a Windows 10 y 11. La aplicación alternativa de navegador de archivos con algunas funciones interesantes como las pestañas, se actualiza https://microsofters.com/179881/files-v2-el-mejor-explorador-de-archivos-para-windows-10-y-windows-11/ con soporte para FTP, agrupar archivos, e incluso un modo de superposición compacta que te permite tener una ventana permanentemente visible por encima del resto de ventanas.  ¿Qué pasará con Windows 11 en China? China prohíbe desde hace 22 años la venta de chips de seguridad TPM, así que los fabricantes no pueden pre-instalar https://www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/article/3151286/how-banned-encryption-chip-stopping-china-running-windows-11-now el sistema operativo en sus portátiles para ese mercado. Los usuarios que lo instalen por su cuenta, recordemos, pueden saltarse ese requisito. — Considerando que casi 1 de cada 3 PCs del mundo se vende allí... ¿qué decisión tomará Microsoft, creará una versión china de Windows 11?  Más consecuencias de la caída de Facebook. Facebook publicó un post-mortem del incidente https://engineering.fb.com/2021/10/05/networking-traffic/outage-details/ algo vago en detalles. Telegram anunció que recibió 70 millones de usuarios https://www.infobae.com/america/tecno/2021/10/05/telegram-registro-mas-de-70-millones-de-usuarios-nuevos-tras-la-caida-de-whatsapp/ nuevos, la mayoría huérfanos de WhatsApp. — Según Haystack aumentó la productividad mundial https://www.usehaystack.io/blog/facebook-outage-increased-developer-throughput-by-32 de los programadores, y también las llamadas de teléfono https://www.nobbot.com/personas/la-caida-de-facebook-nos-recuerda-que-la-voz-humana-es-algo-mas-que-un-cortometraje-de-almodovar/#.YVxgjGS6nk0.twitter e incluso hasta los SMS.  William Shatner capitaneará la segunda misión de Blue Origin. El Capitán Kirk de Star Trek por fin irá al espacio de verdad en vez de al de carton piedra, aunque siendo la cápsula de Blue Origin tampoco creo que haya mucha diferencia. Hará historia igualmente https://es.gizmodo.com/william-shatner-el-mitico-capitan-kirk-de-star-trek-v-1847798111 porque a sus 90 años romperá el récord de persona más mayor en el espacio.  Ojo que no solo no pagará el billete. Blue Origin le pagará a él por ir https://www.tmz.com/2021/09/24/william-shatner-going-space-jeff-bezos-blue-origin/. Marketing puro. Le acompañarán el fundador de Planet (una de mi startups favoritas), otro emprendedor millonario y una VP de la propia Blue Origin.  Mientras tanto en la EEI llegaron la actriz y el director ruso que van a rodar parte de una película https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/actriz-director-estacion-espacial-internacional.html durante los próximos días.  La nueva app de HBO llega a España con 4K y una extraña petición para los clientes abonados actuales. Si quieren mantener sus listas de contenido (contenido en favoritos) deberán hacer un pantallazo en la vieja app https://www.genbeta.com/multimedia/tus-listas-hbo-espana-se-perderan-cuando-llegue-hbo-max-tienen-solucion-que-le-saques-captura-pantalla y compartirlo dentro de la nueva. — No me explico qué motivo técnico les ha hecho aceptarlo.  La buena noticia es que la nueva aplicación tendrá un soporte mucho más amplio, incluyendo PlayStation.  IGTV desaparece y se diluye en el resto de Instagram. La aplicación hermana de Instagram que permitía subir y consumir vídeos más largos, de hasta 60 minutos. Poco más de tres años después, sus creadores deciden renombrarla a "Instagram TV" y aunque seguirá como app separada, los vídeos estarán presentes en el feed de la nodriza https://eloutput.com/noticias/redes-sociales/igtv-cambio-nombre-instagram-tv/.  Es decir que en Instagram tendrás un feed con imágenes, galerías, y vídeos de entre 1 segundo y 60 minutos. Además de las historias que van por separado. — Lo que sigue sin hacer todavía Instagram: pagar a los creadores, como sí hace YouTube. Se han pasado de listos.  Google activará la verificación en dos pasos a 150 millones de usuarios automáticamente. No ha especificado los factores que decidirán qué tipo de usuarios, pero antes de acabar el año muchos más usuarios de Google necesitarán un salto adicional para acceder a sus cuentas https://www.europapress.es/portaltic/ciberseguridad/noticia-google-activara-auntenticacion-dos-factores-150-millones-usuarios-antes-acabe-ano-20211005165222.html. Parece que será obligatorio para todos aquellos con canal en YouTube, unos dos millones.  Detenida una pequeña banda de Ransomwareros en Ucrania. Una operación policial internacional se salda con el arresto de dos miembros https://www.theregister.com/2021/10/04/ukraine_arrests_two_ransomware_150m_allegations_revil/ de una banda mayor de criminales digitales. Han requisado un millón de euros en criptomoneda, dinero en metálico y les acusan de haber atacado a "más de 100" empresas. — Improbable, pero no imposible, que sean parte de REvil.  Citroën presenta una base para vehículos eléctricos con ruedas esféricas. El Citroën Skate es un protipo conceptual https://www.caranddriver.com/es/movilidad/a37862420/citroen-skate-concept/ que serviría de sistema locomotor para una serie de vehículos urbanos diferentes. Encima del mismo se podrán poner diferentes carrocerías con objetivos variados. — Interesante pero dependerá de su precio y facilidad de fabricación.

Unnamed Reverse Engineering Podcast
051 - Collecting Students With Similar Names

Unnamed Reverse Engineering Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 88:17


Our guest, Jiska Classen (@naehrdine) is  a security researcher at University of Darmstadt (why, yes you can specialize in Security here) and focuses  on reverse engineering wireless things. She is a speaker at this year's  Hardwear.io. We did a deep dive on ROM patches on Broadcom chips. If you will want to listen to this episode if you are thinking about using iOS devices for your reversing. https://github.com/seemoo-lab/frankenstein (Jan Ruge) https://github.com/seemoo-lab/internalblue (Dennis Mantz) - not be confused for eternal blue. Nexmon --- Nexus monitor wifi https://github.com/seemoo-lab/nexmon  https://github.com/seemoo-lab/polypyus (Jan Friebertshäuser) Thumbs up - ARM function identification ​​https://karta.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Thumbs%20Up.html  Checkra1n - bootloader to jailbreak on iOS. https://checkra.in/    ToothPicker (Dennis Heinze, aka Dennis #2*) https://github.com/seemoo-lab/toothpicker  fpicker - Another/2 Dennis (Dennis Heinze) https://github.com/ttdennis/fpicker  Xnuspy    https://github.com/jsherman212/xnuspy  Frida objection https://github.com/sensepost/objection  “funniest fuzzer  ever wrote” (ComCenter but this has the parsing guts) Obligatory video of AirTechno on AirTag. AirGuard - android air tag app. https://github.com/seemoo-lab/airguard  * Sorry Dennis. You were just the second Dennis in this interview. Certainly this doesn't reflect upon you as a person or a professional.

The John Batchelor Show
1739: 2/2 The local arm of the Milky Way and our Sun's place in it for now. Ken Croswell

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:05


Photo:  An artist's impression of the Milky Way as seen from the outside. New research suggests that the Orion Spur, or Arm, is almost twice as long as scientists had previously thought. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESO/R. Hurt) 2/2  The local arm of the Milky Way and our Sun's place in it for now. Ken Croswell https://www.pnas.org/content/118/40/e2116185118 Inner Workings: Astronomers are redrawing our corner of the Milky Way      We live in a giant barred spiral galaxy. The Milky Way's fast-spinning disk of stars and gas whips up spiral arms that spawn new suns, while a bar of mostly older stars cuts through its heart. From afar, our galaxy likely resembles a glowing cosmic hurricane.

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
P1P: 525 - Star Trek Online's Stunning Steamrunner

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 58:47


This week on Episode 525 of Priority One: Jeffrey Combs speaks in evil robot about his appearance on Lower Decks, Prodigy showrunners drop some details about the series a month out from the premiere, and it's confirmed - the TNG cast really are one big happy family.  In gaming news, a new T6 remaster of a classic workhorse starship comes to Star Trek Online, and finally we enter the holo-pod and look at the latest episode of Lower Decks “I, Excretus”.   This week's Community Question is:  “Would you still play Star Trek Online if it wasn't Star Trek?” Let us know on social media like Facebook, Twitter, or by visiting our website! TREK IT OUT Edited by Jake Morgan Weyooops...Jeffery Combs With i09 By Jake Morgan A great actor makes you feel. Whether joy, anger, love, hate - a truly gifted thespian makes you ache for their presence - be it revered or reviled. We Star Trek fans are graced with many such actors and characters. Nimoy's Spock. Whoopie's Guinan. Comb's Weyoun. Comb's Brunt. Comb's Penk. Comb's Shran. Comb's...well, you get the picture. This week, i09 sat down with the prolific Star Trek trouper Jeffery Combs to talk about our latest favorite Comb's role - the devious supercomputer Agimus! Comb's had glowing things to say about the writing staff of Star Trek: Lower Decks, explaining to James Whitbrook of i09 what drew him to the show. ”I liked the script a lot and I'm really happy with how it turned out. I find it—the show—just to be really... witty. Rapid-fire. The joke is past you before you go, “Wh-wh-wha?” A different tone from any other Star Trek I've ever done. And I kind of like that. It's refreshing. It doesn't take itself quite so seriously as some of the other iterations.” While Combs was complimentary of Lower Decks, he wasn't shy about his feelings towards the entertainment industry. When asked whether he'd return to a LIVE-Action version of the franchise, Comb's said ”You have to be asked to dance. You have to be invited. It's really not up to me. But I kind of feel I still have some gas in the tank. But you know, when it comes to commerce and entertainment it's just like cereal: “New and improved!” [...]. So, I don't really know what goes through decision-makers' minds, but there always seems to be some sort of a disconnect between what the fans would enjoy and what they wind up doing. Not always. Not always.” To find out how Comb's felt about playing an antagonist, his thoughts on Voice Acting, and much more, be sure to follow the link in our show notes at priorityonepodcast.com! One big happy TNG family By Rosco McQueen Some news that as Star Trek fans we've all known for a while, but is heartwarming to see it confirmed.  Yes, the cast of The Next Generation really do all like each other.  In fact, they're all incredibly close. In an interview with The Express in the UK, Marina Sirtis confirmed that the cast do indeed see themselves as a family.  They've been friends since the early days of the series… and the producers hated it. "They hate when the cast like each other because they talk. Producers don't want you talking. They want us all hating each other and being competitive with each other, so that they can lie to you." Sirtis explains how after the death of her husband, it was the crew who were there for her soon after. Lavar Burton, Brent Spiner and Michael Dorn all immediately visited with Sirtis on the day her husband, Michael Lamper, died. She also spoke about the support she received from Gates McFadden. Akiva gets his Wish By Cat Hough Akiva Goldsman has been extremely busy of late, acting as executive producer and co-showrunner for both Star Trek: Picard and the upcoming series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. If those two roles weren't busy enough he also wrote and directed the pilot episode of Strange New Worlds. Goldsman told Trekmovie.com that it was really important to him to set the tone and style of the show, saying “I really wanted to make a show that would have appealed to the 12-year old me that went to that Star Trek convention in 1974. And it felt like the best way to do that would be to kind of help set the tone visually, and really more in storytelling.”  He also notes that the audience will notice some changes in the uniforms and sets from how they appeared in Discovery, since he wanted it to look more in line with the Original Series. As we have mentioned in previous episodes, Strange New Worlds will be episodic, and Goldsman expounds on that, saying “Our characters will carry with them what they suffer from, or what they learned, from episode to episode. But the stories are episodic.”  In addition to the show being episodic, Goldsman says that the show is meant to be an ensemble piece - so it won't just be ‘The Pike Show' and while it won't go into every character's backstory each episode, there will be a “focus” on different characters as the show goes on.  Starfleet snippets from Prodigy showrunners By Rosco McQueen Star Trek: Prodigy is a month away from its debut, and the showrunners are dropping some tiny trek nuggets in interviews.  In a chat with TrekMovie, Prodigy executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman and co-executive producer/director Ben Hibon reinforced the idea that this new series, specifically for kids, is an entry point to the franchise.   Kevin Hagemen said “While these are kids in our show, they're in the adult world of Trek. And they're gonna slowly discover it, and have their falls, and their victories and stuff. It really is a show for people who have not experienced Trek before.” The journey of the Prodigy crew starts in the Delta Quadrant, with many familiar races that Voyager came across. In the interview the producers mention there are very well thought out reasons why we will see so many Alpha species in the Delta Quadrant, but that no one has really got it yet. They also mention that the USS Protostar was launched after Voyager returned home, but then quickly halt the conversation around the prototype's secret origins.  The show takes place in 2383, five years after Voyager returned home. Quick News Roundup Here are a few headlines that we didn't discuss but might interest you. If you've been on the fence about adding a new streaming subscription plan, perhaps ViacomCBS's latest promotion might incentivise you. For $9.99 with commercials or $12.99 without, you can have Paramount+ AND Showtime! This is a permanent price for you so long as you take advantage of it before the October 20th deadline. Also, be sure to use our affiliate links in our shownotes! The Orville Returns March 10, 2022 STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Jake Morgan Spoooooky teaser… By Cat Hough Well, it appears something spppoooooky is going to happen in Star Trek Online on October 13….we don't know what - but there was a cryptic tweet made earlier this week telling us to ‘Remember the curse!' In the video we see some type of coat rack or a hat stand, a black cat, inserted images of a possible raven with a creepy clock ticking in the background. What does it all mean??   https://twitter.com/trekonlinegame/status/1442519570271584260?s=20 Steamrunner Bundle...because we must have more bundles… By Cat Hough The next installment of the ships of the line remastering and repackaging adventures: the Blockade Runner Bundle hits the Zen store on Friday, October 1 on PC. The price is 5,000 Zen, but you can get it for 35% off until  October 8! The bundle also includes: 1 Ship Upgrade Token (T5-U) 2 Experimental Ship Upgrade Tokens T1 Blockade Runner Escort T5 Blockade Runner Escort Retrofit **NEW** T6 Appalachia Blockade Runner Escort But in what we hope is a new move for Zen store releases, the T6 Appalachia will also be available as a separate purchase in the Zen Store. This ship features 4/3 weapons layout and a Lt. Commander Tactical / Command Bridge Officer specialist seat, and a Lieutenant Universal / Intel Bridge Officer specialist seat plus it can load dual cannons.  And it comes equipped with Universal Console, the Tricobalt Tear Launcher plus an Experimental Weapon Slot, equipped with Hull Spike Battery. The Mastery trait is Piercing Projectiles, so when you activate a Torpedo or Mine firing mode Bridge Officer ability will grant a large Shield Penetration and Hull Penetration bonus for a short time. https://youtu.be/myFX7I4CU-g Combat Alert! Defense screens up! Arm the lasers! By Shane Hoover Prompted by a recent STO Reddit thread, website Massively OP dedicated their “Massively Overthinking” column on September 23rd to one question. “Would you play your favorite MMO without its IP?” Many MMO's were on the table for discussion, but there were some interesting opinions on Star Trek Online.  Writer Andy McAdams pointed out “I started binging on Star Trek Discovery again and it made me want to play the game, so I downloaded it. But I know I don't particularly enjoy the game and I'm only playing it for the IP. For me, I don't think it would stand on its own.”Another writer, Tyler Edwards, says “I don't think I'd ever have spent any significant amount of time on this game without the IP”.  But he hits an important note pointing out that “What makes the game work is the massive amount of love the people behind it clearly have for the Star Trek universe.”

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast
525 - Star Trek Online's Stunning Steamrunner

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 58:47


This week on Episode 525 of Priority One: Jeffrey Combs speaks in evil robot about his appearance on Lower Decks, Prodigy showrunners drop some details about the series a month out from the premiere, and it's confirmed - the TNG cast really are one big happy family.  In gaming news, a new T6 remaster of a classic workhorse starship comes to Star Trek Online, and finally we enter the holo-pod and look at the latest episode of Lower Decks “I, Excretus”.   This week's Community Question is:  “Would you still play Star Trek Online if it wasn't Star Trek?” Let us know on social media like Facebook, Twitter, or by visiting our website! TREK IT OUT Edited by Jake Morgan Weyooops...Jeffery Combs With i09 By Jake Morgan A great actor makes you feel. Whether joy, anger, love, hate - a truly gifted thespian makes you ache for their presence - be it revered or reviled. We Star Trek fans are graced with many such actors and characters. Nimoy's Spock. Whoopie's Guinan. Comb's Weyoun. Comb's Brunt. Comb's Penk. Comb's Shran. Comb's...well, you get the picture. This week, i09 sat down with the prolific Star Trek trouper Jeffery Combs to talk about our latest favorite Comb's role - the devious supercomputer Agimus! Comb's had glowing things to say about the writing staff of Star Trek: Lower Decks, explaining to James Whitbrook of i09 what drew him to the show. ”I liked the script a lot and I'm really happy with how it turned out. I find it—the show—just to be really... witty. Rapid-fire. The joke is past you before you go, “Wh-wh-wha?” A different tone from any other Star Trek I've ever done. And I kind of like that. It's refreshing. It doesn't take itself quite so seriously as some of the other iterations.” While Combs was complimentary of Lower Decks, he wasn't shy about his feelings towards the entertainment industry. When asked whether he'd return to a LIVE-Action version of the franchise, Comb's said ”You have to be asked to dance. You have to be invited. It's really not up to me. But I kind of feel I still have some gas in the tank. But you know, when it comes to commerce and entertainment it's just like cereal: “New and improved!” [...]. So, I don't really know what goes through decision-makers' minds, but there always seems to be some sort of a disconnect between what the fans would enjoy and what they wind up doing. Not always. Not always.” To find out how Comb's felt about playing an antagonist, his thoughts on Voice Acting, and much more, be sure to follow the link in our show notes at priorityonepodcast.com! One big happy TNG family By Rosco McQueen Some news that as Star Trek fans we've all known for a while, but is heartwarming to see it confirmed.  Yes, the cast of The Next Generation really do all like each other.  In fact, they're all incredibly close. In an interview with The Express in the UK, Marina Sirtis confirmed that the cast do indeed see themselves as a family.  They've been friends since the early days of the series… and the producers hated it. "They hate when the cast like each other because they talk. Producers don't want you talking. They want us all hating each other and being competitive with each other, so that they can lie to you." Sirtis explains how after the death of her husband, it was the crew who were there for her soon after. Lavar Burton, Brent Spiner and Michael Dorn all immediately visited with Sirtis on the day her husband, Michael Lamper, died. She also spoke about the support she received from Gates McFadden. Akiva gets his Wish By Cat Hough Akiva Goldsman has been extremely busy of late, acting as executive producer and co-showrunner for both Star Trek: Picard and the upcoming series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. If those two roles weren't busy enough he also wrote and directed the pilot episode of Strange New Worlds. Goldsman told Trekmovie.com that it was really important to him to set the tone and style of the show, saying “I really wanted to make a show that would have appealed to the 12-year old me that went to that Star Trek convention in 1974. And it felt like the best way to do that would be to kind of help set the tone visually, and really more in storytelling.”  He also notes that the audience will notice some changes in the uniforms and sets from how they appeared in Discovery, since he wanted it to look more in line with the Original Series. As we have mentioned in previous episodes, Strange New Worlds will be episodic, and Goldsman expounds on that, saying “Our characters will carry with them what they suffer from, or what they learned, from episode to episode. But the stories are episodic.”  In addition to the show being episodic, Goldsman says that the show is meant to be an ensemble piece - so it won't just be ‘The Pike Show' and while it won't go into every character's backstory each episode, there will be a “focus” on different characters as the show goes on.  Starfleet snippets from Prodigy showrunners By Rosco McQueen Star Trek: Prodigy is a month away from its debut, and the showrunners are dropping some tiny trek nuggets in interviews.  In a chat with TrekMovie, Prodigy executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman and co-executive producer/director Ben Hibon reinforced the idea that this new series, specifically for kids, is an entry point to the franchise.   Kevin Hagemen said “While these are kids in our show, they're in the adult world of Trek. And they're gonna slowly discover it, and have their falls, and their victories and stuff. It really is a show for people who have not experienced Trek before.” The journey of the Prodigy crew starts in the Delta Quadrant, with many familiar races that Voyager came across. In the interview the producers mention there are very well thought out reasons why we will see so many Alpha species in the Delta Quadrant, but that no one has really got it yet. They also mention that the USS Protostar was launched after Voyager returned home, but then quickly halt the conversation around the prototype's secret origins.  The show takes place in 2383, five years after Voyager returned home. Quick News Roundup Here are a few headlines that we didn't discuss but might interest you. If you've been on the fence about adding a new streaming subscription plan, perhaps ViacomCBS's latest promotion might incentivise you. For $9.99 with commercials or $12.99 without, you can have Paramount+ AND Showtime! This is a permanent price for you so long as you take advantage of it before the October 20th deadline. Also, be sure to use our affiliate links in our shownotes! The Orville Returns March 10, 2022 STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Jake Morgan Spoooooky teaser… By Cat Hough Well, it appears something spppoooooky is going to happen in Star Trek Online on October 13….we don't know what - but there was a cryptic tweet made earlier this week telling us to ‘Remember the curse!' In the video we see some type of coat rack or a hat stand, a black cat, inserted images of a possible raven with a creepy clock ticking in the background. What does it all mean??   https://twitter.com/trekonlinegame/status/1442519570271584260?s=20 Steamrunner Bundle...because we must have more bundles… By Cat Hough The next installment of the ships of the line remastering and repackaging adventures: the Blockade Runner Bundle hits the Zen store on Friday, October 1 on PC. The price is 5,000 Zen, but you can get it for 35% off until  October 8! The bundle also includes: 1 Ship Upgrade Token (T5-U) 2 Experimental Ship Upgrade Tokens T1 Blockade Runner Escort T5 Blockade Runner Escort Retrofit **NEW** T6 Appalachia Blockade Runner Escort But in what we hope is a new move for Zen store releases, the T6 Appalachia will also be available as a separate purchase in the Zen Store. This ship features 4/3 weapons layout and a Lt. Commander Tactical / Command Bridge Officer specialist seat, and a Lieutenant Universal / Intel Bridge Officer specialist seat plus it can load dual cannons.  And it comes equipped with Universal Console, the Tricobalt Tear Launcher plus an Experimental Weapon Slot, equipped with Hull Spike Battery. The Mastery trait is Piercing Projectiles, so when you activate a Torpedo or Mine firing mode Bridge Officer ability will grant a large Shield Penetration and Hull Penetration bonus for a short time. https://youtu.be/myFX7I4CU-g Combat Alert! Defense screens up! Arm the lasers! By Shane Hoover Prompted by a recent STO Reddit thread, website Massively OP dedicated their “Massively Overthinking” column on September 23rd to one question. “Would you play your favorite MMO without its IP?” Many MMO's were on the table for discussion, but there were some interesting opinions on Star Trek Online.  Writer Andy McAdams pointed out “I started binging on Star Trek Discovery again and it made me want to play the game, so I downloaded it. But I know I don't particularly enjoy the game and I'm only playing it for the IP. For me, I don't think it would stand on its own.”Another writer, Tyler Edwards, says “I don't think I'd ever have spent any significant amount of time on this game without the IP”.  But he hits an important note pointing out that “What makes the game work is the massive amount of love the people behind it clearly have for the Star Trek universe.”

Copperplate Podcast
Copperplate Podcast 264

Copperplate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 67:00


                               Copperplate Podcast 264                                    presented by Alan O'Leary                                            October  2021                             www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Danu: The Garsun. All Things Considered 2. Kevin Crawford & Cillian Vallely:      The Winding Roads of Advance/Boy on the Hilltop/         The Millstream. On Common Ground 3. Niamh Ní Charra: The Exile of Erin/Richie Dwyer's/Red Haired Catherine/Ril Du Forgeron. Donnelly's Arm 4. Niamh Dunne:  Jimmy Mo Mhaile Stór    Portraits 5. Mick Mulvey:  Oliver Goldsmith's Lament/The Broadway HP/The Plains of Boyle.   Within A Mile of Jamestown 6. Angelina & Peter Carberry:   The Girl From the Big House/The Dawn Chorus/O'Sullivan's March.  An Traidisiun Beo 7. Dezi Donnelly:  Lord Gordon's Reel.. Familiar Footsteps 8. Seán ÓSé & Ceoltóirí Chualann:          Mná Na hÉireann (Women of Ireland).  ÓRiada sa Gaiety 9. Eamonn Cotter: Galway Bay/The Acrobat.          Traditional Music from Clare 10. Hughie Gillespie & Framk Kelly:  Master McDermott's/The Sparkling Dawn. The Sparkling Dawn 11. Mick & Aoife O'Brien & Emer Mayock:               Miss Monaghan/Neil Gow's 2nd Wife/Lucy Campbell.                     Tunes from The Goodman Manuscripts 12. Pat Connolly: An Buinneán Buí.  Trad Songs in Irish 13. Jacqueline McCarthy & Tommy Keane:        Jackie Repeal of the Union/My Sweetheart Jane.          The Wind Among t he Reeds 14. Dezi Donnelly & Mike McGoldrick:           Galtee Ranger/Meet Me Down the Station/Dog in the Fog                Dog in the Fog  15. Le Chéile: The Brook Reel/Offaly Reel/Castle Kelly/Maids of Castlebar. Out of the West

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3434: From 0 to K8s in 30 minutes

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021


Install CentOS or Debian on a Raspberry Pi. I'm using CentOS, but I'll admit that Debian is the easier option by far. Do this on 3 separate Pi units, each with the same specs. Set hostnames You must have unique hostnames for each Pi. Without unique hostnames, your cluster cannot function. There are several "kinds" of hostnames, so to avoid confusion I change all of them. I use a simple naming scheme: k for "kubernetes" + an integer, starting at 100 + c for "cluster": $ sudo hostname k100c $ sudo sysctl kernel.hostname=k100c $ sudo hostnamectl set-hostname k100c $ sudo reboot Do this for each Pi. At a minimum, you end up with Pi computers named k100c, k101c, and k102c. Set verbose prompts When working with many different hosts, it's helpful to have a very verbose prompt as a constant reminder of which host you're connected to. Add this to the ~/.bashrc of each Pi: export PS1='[33[1;32m]! d t h:w n% [33[00m]' Install a Pi finder script Install an LED blinker so you can find a specific Pi when you need one. This brilliant script is by Chris Collins for his article Use this script to find a Raspberry Pi on your network, which explains how to run it. #!/bin/bash set -o errexit set -o nounset trap quit INT TERM COUNT=0 LED="/sys/class/leds/led0" if ! [ $(id -u) = 0 ]; then echo "Must be run as root." exit 1 fi if [[ ! -d $LED ]] then echo "Could not find an LED at ${LED}" echo "Perhaps try '/sys/class/leds/ACT'?" exit 1 fi function quit() { echo mmc0 >"${LED}/trigger" } echo -n "Blinking Raspberry Pi's LED - press CTRL-C to quit" echo none >"${LED}/trigger" while true do let "COUNT=COUNT+1" if [[ $COUNT -lt 30 ]] then echo 1 >"${LED}/brightness" sleep 1 echo 0 >"${LED}/brightness" sleep 1 else quit break fi done Install K3s on your control plane K3s is Kubernetes for IoT and Edge computing. It's the easiest, cleanest, and most serious method of getting Kubernetes on an ARM device. You can try other solutions (Microk8s, Minikube, OXD, and so on), but the best support comes from k3s. First, you must install k3s on one Pi. You can use any of your Pi units for this, but I use host k100c because it's the first in the sequence, so it feels logical. [k100c]$ curl -sfL https://get.k3s.io -o install_k3s.sh [k100c]$ chmod 700 install_k3s.sh Read the script to ensure that it seems to do what you expect, and then: [k100c]$ ./install_k3s.sh After installation, you're prompted to add some arguments to your bootloader. Open /boot/cmdline.txt in a text editor and add cgroup_memory=1 cgroup_enable=memory to the end of it. console=ttyAMA0,115200 console=tty1 root=/dev/mmcblk0p3 rootfstype=ext4 elevator=deadline rootwait cgroup_memory=1 cgroup_enable=memory Reboot: [k100c]$ sudo reboot Once the Pi is back up, verify that your node is ready: [k100c]$ k3s kubectl get node NAME STATUS ROLES AGE k100c Ready control-plane,master 42s This Pi is the "control plane", meaning it's the Pi that you use to administer your cluster. Get the node token Obtain the control plane's node token. Thanks to k3s, this is autogenerated for you. If you not using k3s, then you must generate your own with the command kubeadm token generate. Assuming you're using k3s: $ MYTOKEN=$(sudo cat /var/lib/rancher/k3s/server/node-token) $ echo $MYTOKEN K76351a1c2497d907ba7a156028567e0ccc26b82d2174161c564152ab3add6cc3fb::server:808771e4e695e3e3465ed9a14a0581da Add your control plane hostname to your hosts file If you know how to manage local DNS settings, then you can use a DNS service to identify the hosts in your cluster. Otherwise, the easy way to make your nodes know how to find your control plane is to add the control plane's hostname and IP address to the /etc/hosts file on each node. This also assumes that your control plane has a static local IP address. For example, this is the host file of k101c and k102c: 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost ::1 localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6 10.0.1.100 k100c Verify that each host can find the control plane. For example: [k101c]$ ping -c 1 k100c || echo "fail" [k101c] Add nodes to your cluster Now you can add the other Pi computers to your cluster. On each Pi you want to turn into a computer node, install k3s with the control plane and token as environment variables. On my second Pi, for instance, I run this command: [k101c]$ curl -sfL https://get.k3s.io | K3S_URL=https://k100c:6443 K3S_TOKEN="${MYTOKEN}" sh - On my third and final Pi, I run the same command: [k102c]$ curl -sfL https://get.k3s.io | K3S_URL=https://k100c:6443 K3S_TOKEN="${MYTOKEN}" sh - Verify your cluster On your control plane, verify that all nodes are active: % k3s kubectl get nodes NAME STATUS ROLES AGE VERSION k100c Ready control-plane,master 2d23h v1.21.4+k3s1 k102c Ready 21h v1.21.4+k3s1 k101c Ready 20h v1.21.4+k3s1 It can take a few minutes for the control plane to discover all nodes, so wait a little while and try the command again if you don't see all nodes right away. You now have a Kubernetes cluster running. It isn't doing anything yet, but it's a functional Kubernetes cluster. That means you have a tiny Pi-based cloud entirely at your disposal. You can use it to learn about Kubernetes, cloud architecture, cloud-native development, and so on. Create a deployment and some pods Now that you have a Kubernetes cluster running, you can start running applications in containers. That's what Kubernetes does: it orchestrates and manages containers. You've may have heard of containers. I did an episode about Docker containers in episode 1522 of HPR, you can go listen to that if you need to catch up. I've also done an episode on LXC in episode 371 of my own show, GNU World Order. There's a sequence to launching containers within Kubernetes, a specific order you need to follow, because there are lots of moving parts and those parts have to reference each other. Generally, the hierarchy is this: namespaces are the "project spaces" of kubernetes. I cover this in great detail in my GNU World Order episode 13x39. create a deployment that manage pods. pods are groups of containers. it helps your cluster scale on demand. services are front-ends to deployments. A deployment can be running quietly in the background and it'll never see the light of day without a service pointing to it. traffic, or exposure. A service is only available to your cluster until you expose it to the outside world with an external IP address. First, create a namespace for your test application to use. [k100c]$ k3s kubectl create namespace ktest The Kubernetes project provides an example Nginx deployment definition. Read through it to get an idea of what it does. It looks something like this: apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: nginx-deployment spec: selector: matchLabels: app: nginx replicas: 2 # tells deployment to run 2 pods matching the template template: metadata: labels: app: nginx spec: containers: - name: nginx image: nginx:1.14.2 ports: - containerPort: 80 This creates metadata named nginx-deployment. It also creates a label called app, and sets it to nginx. This metadata is used as selectors for pods and services later. For now, create a deployment using the example: [k100c]$ k3s kubectl --namespace ktest create -f https://k8s.io/examples/application/deployment.yaml Confirm that the deployment has generated and started new pods: [k100c]$ k3s kubectl --namespace ktest get all 3s kubectl --namespace ktest get all NAME READY pod/nginx-deployment-66b[...] 1/1 Running pod/nginx-deployment-66b[...] 1/1 Running NAME READY deployment.apps/nginx-deployment 2/2 NAME replicaset.apps/nginx-deployment-66b6c48dd5 See the pods labelled with app: nginx: [k100c]$ k3s kubectl --namespace ktest get pods -l app=nginx NAME READY STATUS nginx-deployment-66b6c48dd5-9vgg8 1/1 Running nginx-deployment-66b6c48dd5-prgrf 1/1 Running nginx-deployment-66b6c48dd5-cqpgf 1/1 Running Create a service Now you must connect the Nginx instance with a Kubernetes Service. The selector element is set to nginx to match pods running the nginx application. Without this selector, there would be nothing to correlate your service with the pods running the application you want to serve. [k100c]$ cat

Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers
Episode 479: Luis Ceze on the Apache TVM Machine Learning Compiler

Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 51:29


Luis Ceze of OctoML discusses Apache TVM, an open source machine learning model compiler for a variety of different hardware architectures with host Akshay Manchale. Luis talks about the challenges in deploying models on specialized hardware and how TVM.

MacBites
MacBites - Episode 0148

MacBites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 60:17


In this episode, we're surfacing Major Tom in an EU Communist State ChatBites Microsoft Surface Event Best 2-in-1 laptop 2021: The finest laptop/tablet hybrids you can buy | Expert Reviews Microsoft Surface Go 3: Entry-level Surface resurfaces | Expert Reviews Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio: Dual-hinged Surface Book replacement revealed | Expert Reviews Microsoft Surface Pro 8: Microsoft unveils its most powerful Surface Pro yet | Expert Reviews Microsoft Surface Pro X: Microsoft releases an update to its ARM-based 2-in-1 | Expert Reviews Microsoft Surface Duo 2: Dual-screen phone returns with boosted specs and an improved design | Expert Reviews Microsoft Event September 22, 2021 - YouTube Steve Ballmer: Developers - YouTube Here's Everything Microsoft Announced at Its September 2021 Surface Event – Review Geek Horizontal iPad Pro orientation to be the new normal, says leaker- 9to5Mac Apple may move the iPad front-facing camera horizontally Jelly-gate iPad mini 6 exhibits ‘jelly scrolling' display refresh issue - 9to5Mac Apple's new iPad mini 6 might have a scrolling glitch | AppleInsider The new iPad mini 6 suffers from an annoying jelly scrolling issue - PhoneArena Dieter Bohn on Twitter UFO Test: Display Scan Skew - Jelly Effect Blur Busters Safari Update Apple rolls major Safari redesign out to Macs ahead of Monterey release | Ars Technica David Bowie Stylophone Recreate ‘Space Oddity' sounds with a Bowie-edition Stylophone | Engadget Tracking Depression Apple developing software to screen for depression, cognitive decline | Cult of Mac Amazon's New Kindle Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhites have bigger, brighter screens and USB-C charging | Engadget Amazon updates Kindle Paperwhite line with new backlight, bigger screen – Six Colors 14 things to know before buying Kindle Paperwhite 2021 Amazon launches updated Kindle Paperwhite and Paperwhite Signature Edition - GSMArena.com news Amazon to launch a new 15-inch, wall-mountable Echo device - GSMArena.com news USB-C By Order of the EU Europe will finally legislate for a common charger for mobiles | TechCrunch USB-C chargers: Will EU law cut down on e-waste or just anger Apple? | New Scientist EU rules to force USB-C chargers for all phones - BBC News Apple opposes EU plans to make common charger port for all devices | European Commission | The Guardian EU proposes mandatory USB-C on all devices, including iPhones - The Verge Focus Adventures with 15 iOS 15 will let you share your screen over FaceTime, but the feature isn't live yet - 9to5Mac Safari 15 now available for macOS Big Sur and Catalina users - 9to5Mac iOS 15 Removes Do Not Disturb Option That Silenced Notifications Only When iPhone Was Locked - MacRumors Apple offers 6-months free Apple Music trials to AirPods and Beats owners - 9to5Mac Back To Basics Back To Basics: Mail iCloud Mail's fancy new web design is now available to all Focus Vivaldi: Bookmarks and Sessions Vivaldi Browser MacBites After Hours MacBites After Hours 0148 Contact Us Mail Us Contact Us MacBites Mail MacBites on Twitter Elaine on Twitter Mike on Twitter MacBites Siri on Twitter

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Pourquoi Jean Jaurès a-t-il participé à un duel au pistolet ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 2:00


Socialiste et antidreyfusard, Jean Jaurès est aussi un pacifiste convaincu. Ce qui ne l'a pas empêché de se battre en duel, notamment contre Paul Déroulède, dont le nationalisme débridé en faisait l'un des leaders de la droite française du début du XXe siècle.Un militant socialiste souvent attaqué par la droiteLes convictions et la notoriété de Jean Jaurès l'exposaient aux attaques de la droite nationaliste. Militant socialiste depuis sa jeunesse, il participe à la fondation, en 1905, de la Section française de l'internationale ouvrière, ou SFIO.Homme de gauche et partisan de la séparation de l'Église et de l'État, il se disait aussi opposé à la guerre. De telles prises de position ne pouvaient que heurter des nationalistes pour qui la revanche contre l'Allemagne était le premier article de leur crédo politique.Aussi Jean Jaurès était-il habitué aux insultes de la droite. Mais, en 1904, les propos de Paul Déroulède, fondateur de la Ligue des Patriotes, le mettent hors de lui. Il l'accuse en effet de faire "le jeu de l'étranger".Un duel entre Jaurès et DéroulèdeJaurès répond alors aux attaques de Paul Déroulède en le provoquant en duel. Ce qui peut sembler paradoxal pour un pacifiste.Mais le militant socialiste a de plus en plus de mal à tolérer des attaques parfois calomnieuses, dont certaines s'en prennent même à sa famille. Ce n'est d'ailleurs pas la première fois que Jean Jaurès se bat en duel.En 1894, il affronte ainsi le ministre Louis Barthou, qui l'avait traité de menteur. Ainsi, le 6 décembre 1904, Jaurès et Déroulède se retrouvent non loin de la frontière espagnole.En principe, ni la France ni l'Espagne, où Déroulède s'est exilé, n'autorisent les duels. Mais les autorités françaises ferment souvent les yeux sur ces combats d'honneur.Aussi les deux hommes se retrouvent-ils non loin de la frontière espagnole. Armés de leurs pistolets, ils se mettent en position et s'éloignent du nombre de pas requis. Deux coups de feu sont échangés, qui ne blessent aucun des duellistes. De son côté, Jean Jaurès avait tiré à terre, geste qui conciliait sa volonté de répondre aux attaques et son refus de la violence. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

IoT For All Podcast
Maximizing Value from IoT Pilot Programs | Pelion's Mikko Saarnilaava

IoT For All Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 30:28


In this episode of the IoT For All Podcast, Pelion CTO Mikko Saarnilaava joins us to talk IoT development, implementation, and IoT pilot best practices. Sharing his more than 20 years in the industry, Mikko gives his thoughts on where the industry is going and how the use cases for IoT have evolved and grown, as well as some of his thoughts on how companies can get the most value out of their IoT pilot programs, from selecting development partners to launching an MVP.Mikko is currently CTO of Pelion (an Arm company) - delivering on a vision with connected devices and where life and devices thrive together. Prior to this, he was a Fellow at the Arm IoT business unit.Interested in connecting with Mikko? Reach out to him on Linkedin!About Pelion: Pelion was originally founded as an incubation unit within Arm, the world's leading designer of key technologies at the heart of computing. Now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arm, Pelion is forging its own path in the IoT revolution, building upon a solid foundation of connectivity and device expertise and a 500-enterprise strong customer base. With a unique combination of global IoT connectivity and device management from a single vendor, Pelion breaks down barriers to IoT adoption for anyone looking to transform their industry.Key Questions and Topics from this Episode:(01:03) Introduction to Mikko Saarnilaava(03:04) Intro to Pelion(08:06) Pelion's Use Cases(11:11) What kind of pitfalls have you seen in the IoT development process?(14:17) When choosing a partner, what should future IoT adopters be thinking about?(17:21) Why are pilot programs so important to the IoT journey?(19:25) What are some of the easiest things to overlook during the pilot stage? (21:52) How are AI and IoT (AIoT) being used together? What are some of the challenges of implementing AI in IoT solutions?

DOK
Merkels Vermächtnis

DOK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 52:33


Sie gilt als die ewige Kanzlerin, doch nun geht die Regierungszeit von Angela Merkel zu Ende. «DOK» zeigt auf, wie sich Deutschland in ihrer langjährigen Kanzlerschaft verändert hat. Ihr Vermächtnis ist vielschichtig. Deutschland entwickelte sich wirtschaftlich und politisch zum Grundpfeiler von Europa. Deutschland hat ein neues Wirtschaftswunder geschafft, gleichzeitig ist aber auch die Schere zwischen Arm und Reich weiter aufgerissen.Mit ihrem Entscheid, die Grenze für Flüchtlinge zu öffnen, und mit ihrer Aussage «Wir schaffen das», hat Angela Merkel das Land gesellschaftlich und politisch gespalten. Die Physikerin hat die Energiewende angestossen. Und mit ihrem Mitte-links-Kurs sie die eigene Partei, die einst konservative CDU, entkernt und entzweit. Gleichzeitig hat sie durch ihren Pragmatismus den Koalitionspartner, die SPD, zahnlos gemacht und in eine historische Krise gestürzt.Zurück bleibt ein Deutschland, dessen innenpolitische Statik erschüttert wurde und das heute grundlegend verändert und gespalten ist.«DOK» reist Ende 2019 durch Merkel-Deutschland. Dabei besucht der langjährige Deutschland-Korrespondent Adrian Arnold Menschen und Orte, über die er in den letzten Jahren berichtet hat und die heute Beleg sind für diese wirtschaftliche, gesellschaftliche und politische Veränderung im Land. Ein Beleg für Merkels Vermächtnis.

Was jetzt?
“Es wäre ein Wunder, wenn das Ergebnis den Umfragen entsprechen würde”

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 12:00


Am Sonntag wird in Deutschland nach 16 Jahren Amtszeit von Angela Merkel ein neuer Bundestag gewählt. Jörg Schönenborn, der für die ARD die Zahlen des Abends präsentiert und einordnet, spricht im Podcast mit Rita Lauter über mögliche Überraschungen bei den Wahlergebnissen. Zwei Tage vor der Wahl hat Fridays for Future zu bundesweiten Klimaprotesten aufgerufen. Im Wahlkampf ging es viel um die Kosten und möglichen Verzicht durch Klimaschutz. Alexandra Endres, freie Autorin bei ZEIT ONLINE, hat mit Klimaökonomin Katja Schumacher gesprochen und berichtet, was unzureichender Klimaschutz kosten würde – und welche Gefahren er für Mensch und Natur bedeuten würde. Und sonst so? Hund auf dem Arm statt Kind an der Hand im rumänischen Fußball Moderation und Produktion: Rita Lauter Mitarbeit/Redaktion: Max Skowronek, Anne Schwedt Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de. Weitere Links zur Folge: Sonntagsfrage: Der Wahltrend von ZEIT ONLINE – wer gewinnt die Bundestagswahl? (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2021-08/sonntagsfrage-bundestagswahl-2021-bundeskanzler-koalition-umfragen) Interaktiver Steuerrechner: Damit können Sie rechnen (https://www.zeit.de/2021/37/interaktiver-steuerrechner-einkommen-ifo-bundestagswahl-parteien) Bundestagswahl: Sind Sie noch unentschlossen? (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2021-09/bundestagswahl-wahlentscheidung-unentschlossenheit-taktik-aufruf) Klimawandel und Kinder: Wie sag ich meinem Kind, dass die Welt in Gefahr ist? (https://www.zeit.de/green/2021-09/klimawandel-kinder-eltern-erklaeren-gespraech-tipps-leitfaden) Klimaschutz in den Parteiprogrammen: Wer beim Klimaschutz wirklich liefern will (https://www.zeit.de/wissen/umwelt/2021-09/klimaschutz-massnahmen-bundestagwahl-parteiprogramme-klimaneutralitaet-klimaziele-sektoren) USS: In Rumänien laufen Fußballer mit Straßenhunden ein (https://twitter.com/ESPNFC/status/1438541180632014848?s=20) Erderwärmung: Weltgemeinschaft droht Klimaziel laut UN-Bericht deutlich zu verfehlen (https://www.zeit.de/wissen/umwelt/2021-09/un-bericht-erderwaermung-klimaziel-weltgemeinschaft-2-7-grad-antonio-guterres)

The Cloud Pod
135: The Cloud Pod Goes to Google Cloud Toronto, Eh?

The Cloud Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 41:57


On The Cloud Pod this week, AWS releases OpenSearch and EKS Anywhere, Google Cloud is now available in the Toronto region, and Microsoft deals with two critical security issues.  A big thanks to this week's sponsors: Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. JumpCloud, which offers a complete platform for identity, access, and device management — no matter where your users and devices are located.  This week's highlights

Woodshop Life Podcast
Episode 81 - Kitchen Table Finish, Two Table Saws!?, Underrated Tools? & MUCH More!

Woodshop Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 56:40


Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife   Sean 1) My question is a little out of the ordinary and is about the mental side of woodworking. I have a fast paced, high pressure job that requires a lot of my time. That being said it has allowed me the luxury of jumping into the hobby with both feet and get some really good tools right off the bat. Probably a bad idea what what the hell. Lol. The down side of the job is it limits my time in the shop and also makes it hard to transition into the mindset for woodworking. I have to multitask and move quickly at work, traits that don't lend themselves well to the hobby. Do you guys ever have trouble slowing/calming down when you are in the shop?  And if so how do you combat this.Thanks, Brian Wilson. 2) I was surprised to hear Guy say he wasn't a fan of parallel clamps (and instead preferred pipe clamps due to their clamping pressure). They seem to be standard issue for every woodworker I see. Can I ask you all to share any other overrated (or underrated) woodworking tools? Danny   Huy 1) Hello, I have upgraded my table saw to a 3HP Powermatic 66 and was looking at building an outfeed table but seeing wood prices lately,  I am just going to use my old 1 1/2 HP contractor as the "outfeed" table with both saws pushed back to back making sure the miter slots don't interfere with each other. I'm trying to decide on what blades to get for the 2 saws. I see the work you guys do, so I was wondering which blades you would keep installed. Both saws have router tables, so any dado would be done with a router bit. Thanks for all the great podcast, I have been listening since #1- keep up the great work! Travis 2) Hey guys, thanks for putting out such a great podcast! I have been binge listening to the older shows and have heard several discussions on dust collection. Most of them have been focused on connection a large  hose to a smaller dust port and not getting the full performance from this collection. I don't have a dust collector, just a DeWalt shop vac. Would you saw that some dust collection is better than no dust collection at all? Working on getting a bandsaw that has a 4 inch port, used green (not the newer blue paint job) Rikon 10-315 12” deluxe, and dust collector would be the next purchase after that. Do you think it would be fine to at least use the shop vac to help, or is this a waste of time? Tim Preach   Guy 1) Hello guys and Guy.  Wondering if you could give any recommendations for a table saw blades.  I purchased the Forrest WW2 10" 40T blade back in May, however it is on backorder until November.  Is there another blade you recommend that would be easier to find and use for the time being?  I'm currently running the SawStop PCS 3 hp and just have the standard SawStop blade that came with the saw. Thanks, Paul 2) Hi guys. For a walnut kitchen table, would you use conversion varnish or Arm-r-seal? I can spray if need be. - Ken    

Adafruit Industries
Deep Dive w/Scott: ARMv8A MMU

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 116:29


Join Scott as he continues his quest to get TinyUSB running on the Raspberry Pi 4 and answers questions folks have. Support Adafruit, and by extension me, by purchasing hardware from https://adafruit.com Chat with me and lot of others on the Adafruit Discord at https://adafru.it/discord. No stream next week! Latest code is here: https://github.com/tannewt/tinyusb/tree/rpi 0:00 Getting started 0:01:30 audio debrief from last week 0:03:28 housekeeping 0:08:00 First time watching your live stream. What are we learning today? 0:09:10 Cortex A / MMU 0:10:20 ​If you learn original python on a pc, is it then easy to go from there to circuit python? 0:11:10 qemu further progress 0:13:40 board init() 0:15:30 unaligned access 0:17:30 What model of Pi will this run on? And will it be ARM32 or 64? 0:19:10 if you run CP on metal RPI4, is there the need for 32 bits? 0:21:15 local setup on desk 0:22:30 OSH Park Pi Development v1 project to eliminate all the wires above 0:25:00 https://github.com/chickadee-tech/pi-developer 0:25:45 catch the exceptions in boot.s 0:27:40 load VBAR_EL1 with virtual vector table address 0:29:00 arm stub switches from EL3? to EL2 0:29:40 4-way split terminal tinyusb, serial, gdb 0:32:22 cortex-a.py (in gdb) 0:32:47 ARM Cortex-A Programmers Guide for ARMv8-A pdf (MMU overview) 0:34:15 TTBR0_EL0 (EL2) 0:35:10 Arm architecture reference DDIO487G_b_armv8_arm.pdf 0:35:51 ESR_EL2 register 0:38:42 cortex-a.py - decode exception code 0:40:15 Python pattern matching in python 3.10 (match switch) 0:41:45 What other information can we extract from the exception 0:42:25 FAR ( fault address register? ) / extend the decoding 0:50:45 ashw.io/blog/arm64-pgtable-tool - and youtube video 0:54:00 decoding virtual address ( from BruceS ) 0:56:20 pi4 address map from bcm2711-peripherals(1).pdf 0:58:00 setup_mmu_flat_map() in mmu.c 1:00:10 Level 1 access flag fault 1:02:00 Translation fault level 1 1:03:30 access flag fault level 1 1:06:20 Long-descriptor level 1 and level 2 descriptor formats 1:10:00 github ashwio/arm64-pgtable-tool python code 1:14:10 “The Access flag” , ok, add the MM_DESCRIPTOR_ACCESS_FLAG 1:17:10 got a little further - maybe try it out on the hardware (instead of qemu) 1:22:30 decode the Data Abort further - translation fault level 1 1:27:50 we have uart output! 1:29:00 summary - flags in translation table needed to get access flag set to 1 1:39:00 dcd_init() 1:39:58 What side projects are you looking forward to diving deeper into in the coming weeks? 1:42:00 Did you ever ask adafruit to manufacture your old board? 1:44:04 UPS truck arrived - (new iPhone? ) Be right back 1:45:58 back - unboxing 1:51:45 recap - MMU / fixed table lookup / added access flag / used python to decode information about access fault / uart output 1:53:00 next steps 1:53:54 wrap up 1:55:50 - see you in two week Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast
Surface Pro 8 Hands-on Review + Updates to the Surface 2-in-1 Lineup

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 9:30


Surface Pro 8 is designed to be the most modern expression of the purpose-built, class-defining Surface 2-in-1, now designed for Windows 11. Dave Mitchell, from the team that engineers and designs Surface 2-in-1s, gives an in-depth, hands-on tour of the Surface Pro 8, along with updates to the rest of the Surface 2-in-1 family. ► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introducing Surface Pro 8 00:27 - Review of Surface Pro 8 user experience 00:58 - Performance updates and specs 02:04 - Exterior design and tour 03:29 - Inking experience with tactile feedback and haptics 04:12 - Camera and audio optimizations 05:51 - Internals, connectivity, battery and thermals 07:43 - Updates to Surface Go, Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 7+ Surface Pro 8 was completely redesigned inside and out for the next level of performance and productivity. Its 13" display combines tactile feedback enabled through Windows 11 and the Surface Slim Pen 2 with a 120Hz refresh rate to give the best Surface inking experience to date. It now has two Thunderbolt 4 ports and the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processors. Commercial models now have the option of built-in LTE Advanced with Intel Core i7, i5 or i3 processors. Beyond the updates to Surface Pro 8, we introduce updates to the rest of the Surface 2-in-1 lineup. Surface Go 3 has been updated to support Windows 11 with more powerful 10th Gen Intel Core i3 and Pentium processors. Surface Pro X is now available with a new WiFi-only option with Windows 11 on ARM, which now supports 64-bit emulation. ► Link References: Learn more at https://www.surface.com/business Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? We are Microsoft's official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at #Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MicrosoftMechanicsSeries?sub_confirmation=1 Join us on the Microsoft Tech Community: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-mechanics-blog/bg-p/MicrosoftMechanicsBlog Watch or listen via podcast here: https://microsoftmechanics.libsyn.com/website Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MSFTMechanics Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft-mechanics/ 

Nerd Crusade
Issue 79: DC Kirkland Signature - Bargain Bin Blunders

Nerd Crusade

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 37:40


In this episode, our hosts take DC's library under the microscope and breakdown 4 z-tier characters. Jamm and his icky history with Bloodlines, Defenestrator and his team of best left forgotten...Section 8, Arm fall Off Boy's ribbed history with the Legion of Superheroes and finally, Garbage Man being the poster boy for Kirkland Brand bargain bin characters. #DComics #Bloodlines #LegionOfSuperheroes Logo by Belleface Designs, aguignard2287@gmail.com Follow us on our social media: https://linktr.ee/nerdcrusade --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nerdcrusade/message

Broken Silicon
119. Silicon Shortages, Nvidia ARM Acquisition, Intel v TSMC v Samsung | Daniel Nenni

Broken Silicon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 114:13


Daniel Nenni literally wrote the book on silicon manufacturing and how the fab business evolved over the past 50 years. There's really no one better to discuss the causes...and hopefully end of the current silicon shortages. We also discuss Nvidia buying ARM, and Intel's ability to catch up to AMD and TSMC. 0:00 Who is Daniel Nenni? What is his background? 3:50 Have there been semiconductor shortages like this before? Will it crash? 10:20 Is the silicon shortage overblown? What caused the silicon shortage? 20:30 When will the shortage end? 27:23 AMD's Rising Competitiveness & Influence 34:40 Will the Nvidia-ARM Deal Go through? What about AMD-Xilinx? 44:50 Will TSMC buy AMD? Why did Nvidia use Samsung for Ampere? 53:05 TSMC vs Samsung vs Intel vs GlobalFoundries over the next 10 Years 59:20 Will Intel obtain "Unquestioned Leadership" by 2025? 1:16:40 How do you predict IPC years before an architecture launches? 1:23:50 Monolithic vs Chiplet Designs, 4nm iPhone 1:31:45 When will we move past Silicon? 1:35:35 What is going on with IBM 2nm? 1:39:50 When will Automotive Shortages end? Will they trickle down to other components? Previous Daniel Episode: https://youtu.be/O4DgXtxkZNg LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielnenni/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanielNenni Daniel's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Fabless-Transformation-Semiconductor-Daniel-Nenni-ebook/dp/B00JT1NZF8 Daniel's Website: https://semiwiki.com/ https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20210503PD216.html Unquestioned Leadership: https://abc17news.com/money/2021/01/22/incoming-ceo-wants-intel-to-again-be-the-unquestioned-leader-in-industry/ Intel wants to be “a leader” in 2025: https://venturebeat.com/2021/07/26/intel-aims-to-regain-chip-manufacturing-leadership-by-2025/ MLID Leadership Analysis Video: https://youtu.be/0udMIkdEkFo

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Un cargador para dominarlos a todos

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 16:04


Europa dice que USB-C o nada / Astrocemento hecho con tu sangre / Dudas sobre Honor / Distracción asistida / Divorcio DeepMind / 106 detenidos por fraude digital Patrocinador: El nuevo modo "multimedia/gaming" de Panda Security te ofrece la máxima seguridad contra malware con cero interrupciones mientras juegas https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106, para que ni tú ni tu ordenador. Cero molestias, máxima seguridad. Consigue Panda Dome con un 50% de DTO desde su propia página web https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106. Europa dice que USB-C o nada / Astrocemento hecho con tu sangre / Dudas sobre Honor / Distracción asistida / Divorcio DeepMind / 106 detenidos por fraude digital  Un cargador para dominarlos a todos. Esta semana la Comisión Europea revelará la propuesta de cargador estandarizado para dispositivos de consumo electrónico, que inicialmente será USB-C y que aplicará a partir de 2024 https://www.politico.eu/article/brussels-wants-apple-to-fall-in-line-with-common-charging-solution-by-2024/ según se adopte en las leyes nacionales. — Hay dos puntos importantes:  La regla por primera vez se refiere al enchufe en el dispositivo no en el cargador, es decir: ambas partes del cable.  La normativa también impediría a los fabricantes incluir un cargador en cada caja. No queda claro la situación del cable, ni si habrá excepciones por motivos técnicos.  La nueva idea para colonizar Marte: edificios hechos de sangre y orín de los astronautas. Investigadores creen que mezclando una proteina muy común https://interestingengineering.com/future-mars-housing-may-be-built-with-astronaut-blood-and-pee en nuestros fluidos, la albúmina sérica humana, puede ser mezclada con el polvo marciano para crear un material más resistente que el cemento llamado "Astrocemento".  El problema es que un humano apenas produce 25 gramos de esta proteína naturalmente cada día, así que necesitas muchos humanos.  Twitter pagará una multa por falsificar sus datos de usuarios en 2015. Un grupo de inversores en la red social ha llegado a un acuerdo extrajudicial con la compañía por el que recibirán una compensación de 809 millones de dólares https://archive.ph/FbYRs. Le acusaban de inflar sus cifras de usuarios activos y de visitas del timeline, para mantener su acción a flote.  En 2015 ya escribí sobre la caída de usuarios de Twitter https://hipertextual.com/2015/08/twitter-se-muere. La empresa consiguió reflotar impulsándose, en parte, en el caos de actualidad de 2016 en adelante. Lo que no sabía entonces es que incluso aquellas malas cifras estaban adulteradas.  EE.UU. considera prohibir a sus empresas comerciar con Honor. Tras la escisión de Huawei, la compañía Honor pudo volver a negociar con Google, Microsoft, ARM, etc. Ahora las autoridades estadounidenses deciden si los riesgos https://www.elespanol.com/elandroidelibre/noticias-y-novedades/20210921/honor-podria-tener-problemas-unidos-plantea-ponerla/613688901_0.html asociados a Huawei seguirían también en esta segunda compañía.  Queda por ver si esto sigue afectando a otros países, como la prohibición a Huawei, y si se expande a otras compañías.  Los asistentes de conducción hacen que los conductores se distraigan. Un estudio del MIT centrado en Autopilot de Tesla basándose en los datos capturados a 290 conductores y sujetos del estudio, reveló que confiaban en exceso https://techcrunch.com/2021/09/20/mit-study-finds-tesla-drivers-become-inattentive-when-autopilot-is-activated/ a que las capacidades automatizadas de la conducción con distracciones continuas, en vez de permanecer atentos.  Gobiernos europeos piden a Facebook que aclare el funcionamiento de las Ray Ban Stories. Las agencias de protección de datos de Irlanda e Italia dudan https://computerhoy.com/noticias/tecnologia/italia-irlanda-privacidad-gafas-inteligentes-facebook-ray-ban-stories-934873 que "la luz LED indicadora sea un medio eficaz de advertencia" a la hora de indicar a terceras personas que están siendo grabadas, y les solicitan un informe al respecto para evaluarlo.  Crecen los rumores de un divorcio entre DeepMind y Google. Las desavenencias y desconfianzas entre ambas empresas, presentes casi desde la adquisición en 2014, se han ido agudizando los últimos cuatro años. La compañía británica quiere ir más por separado y estudian cómo podrían desligarse https://www.businessinsider.es/plan-secreto-deepmind-romper-google-descubierto-930777.  España e Italia detienen a 106 criminales relacionados con las estafas SMS y telefónicas, y otros delitos digitales relacionados con el fraude digital como el ransomware, el lavado de dinero y docenas de delitos diferentes. Al ser una operación tan masiva https://elpais.com/espana/2021-09-20/la-policia-desarticula-una-banda-de-la-mafia-italiana-en-el-sur-de-tenerife-y-detiene-a-106-personas.html, veremos si se detienen o reducen los fraudes digitales en España.  Los americanos se cansan de leer noticias en redes sociales. Quizá una tendencia que podríamos ver en otros países, el consumo de información de actualidad en redes sociales ha comenzado a caer por sorpresa https://www.pewresearch.org/journalism/2021/09/20/news-consumption-across-social-media-in-2021/ en todos los demográficos. — ¿Estará relacionado con el teletrabajo, cambios de dinámicas familiares en la pandemia, o nueva tendencia?  Nvidia mejora sus algoritmos de suavizado para videojuegos usando aprendizaje profundo. Después de mucho tiempo sin recibir actualizaciones, Nvidia presentó "DLAA" https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-brings-dlaa-technology-to-the-elder-scrolls-online (Suavizado de imagen con aprendizaje profundo). De momento solo estará disponible en un título en forma de prueba, aunque la empresa promete que es un uso mucho más eficaz de las tarjetas RTX.

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

La pintura más blanca / Murió Clive Sinclair / Irlanda investigará TikTok / 14 humanos en órbita / Conflicto de VPNs / El último Office tradicional Patrocinador: El nuevo modo "multimedia/gaming" de Panda Security te ofrece la máxima seguridad contra malware con cero interrupciones mientras juegas https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106, para que ni tú ni tu ordenador. Cero molestias, máxima seguridad. Consigue Panda Dome con un 50% de DTO desde su propia página web https://www.pandasecurity.com/security-promotion/?reg=ES&campaign=gamer2106. La pintura más blanca / Murió Clive Sinclair / Irlanda investigará TikTok / 14 humanos en órbita / Conflicto de VPNs / El último Office tradicional  La pintura más blanca del mundo refleja tanta luz que es capaz de enfriar superficies. Creada por académicos de la Universidad de Purdue, refleja el 98,1% de la radiación solar https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2021/Q3/purdue-record-for-the-whitest-paint-appears-in-latest-edition-of-guinness-world-records.html gracias a un compuesto de sulfato de bario. Esto significa que absorbe menos calor/energía de la que emite, enfriando pasivamente hasta 4,5ºC https://static.dezeen.com/uploads/2021/04/whitest-white-purdue-university-xiulin-ruan_dezeen_2364_col_0-1704x1136.jpg la superficie en la que se encuentra.  Este tipo de pinturas no es nuevo https://www.science.org/news/2018/09/cooling-paint-drops-temperature-any-surface, pero este material en concreto además de obtener el récord Guinness, es relativamente barato de crear y resistente al agua. Según el PDF https://pubs.acs.org/doi/suppl/10.1021/acsami.1c02368/suppl_file/am1c02368_si_001.pdf es más eficiente recubrir un tejado con láminas que tener un aire acondicionado medio.  Murió Clive Sinclair, creador de la gama Spectrum entre otros de sus múltiples inventos https://mailchi.mp/bonillaware/clive-sinclair de electrónica de consumo doméstica. Tenía 81 años. Dentro de Sinclair Research se lanzó la popular gama de ordenadores personales Spectrum, cuyo mayor exponente fue el ZX Spectrum de 1982 https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinclair_ZX_Spectrum.  Si queréis podéis ver gratuitamente en YouTube "Micro Men" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4Jb78oBENE, una especie de versión británica de "Piratas de Silicon Valley" que narra parte de la vida y obra de Sinclair https://www.elmundodelspectrum.com/opinion-micro-men-bbc-biopic/ y su competición con Chris Curry, fundador de Acorn, empresa matriz de ARM.  Irlanda investigará si los datos de usuarios europeos de TikTok llegan a China. Aunque ByteDance, su empresa matriz, asegura que solo tiene servidores en Singapur y Estados Unidos, no quedan claras las condiciones https://www.businessinsider.es/agencia-proteccion-datos-irlanda-investiga-tiktok-932603 bajo las que la empresa desde China pueda después acceder a esos datos.  Una segunda investigación desde Irlanda revisará el tratamiento de datos de menores. — Por cierto, el gemelo chino de TikTok, Douyin, ha limitado a 40 minutos la sesión máxima diaria https://archive.ph/sSezS#selection-4259.0-4259.9 para los menores de 14 años.  Vuelta a la Tierra de dos misiones espaciales. Tras 92 días, la misión Shenzou-12 vuelve la Tierra https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/termina-primera-mision-tripulada-estacion-espacial-china.html con sus tres astronautas, y la Inspiration4 de SpaceX, con sus cuatro viajeros civiles (¿se deberían llamar astronautas si simplemente son "pasajeros"?) también aterriza tras tres días https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/termina-exito-inspiration4-primera-mision-espacial-privada-tripulada.html.  Durante apenas algo más de un día hubo una cifra récord de humanos simultáneamente en órbita: 14 https://twitter.com/SuperclusterHQ/status/1438295583417159682. — Ahora mismo bajaron a los siete presentes en la EEI https://www.supercluster.com/astronauts?sort=&ascending=false&inspace=true&limit=true&life%20form=human&.  Estenografía de código abierto contra la censura en Irán. Nahoft es una nueva app para Android que permite esconder un pequeño texto en persa https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/09/a-new-app-helps-iranians-hide-messages-in-plain-sight/ en una serie de palabras sin aparente sentido, para poder ser "descamuflado" por el receptor. Funciona creando texto plano o imágenes, así que se puede usar por SMS o voz.  Los crecientes conflictos de interés de las empresas de servicios VPN. La industria de las VPN se camufla bajo múltiples marcas https://blog.windscribe.com/consolidation-of-the-vpn-industry-spells-trouble-for-the-consumer-57e638634cf0 que pertenecen a la misma empresa y, peor aún, en muchas ocasiones tienen empresas hermanas de publicidad, medios de comunicación de tecnología y/o sitios web que hacen "rankings" para auto-promocionarse.  Microsoft lanzará la última versión tradicional de Office el 5 de octubre. Office 2021, una versión actualizada de Office 2019, será la última suite ofimática de Microsoft que no esté basada en pagos mensuales. Microsoft la lanza el mismo día que Windows 11 https://www.muycomputer.com/2021/09/16/microsoft-office-2021-5-de-octubre/, y tendrá soporte oficial hasta 2026 https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/09/office-2021-will-be-available-for-non-microsoft-365-subscribers-on-october-5/.  El almacenamiento de energía continúa su explosivo crecimiento. La boyante industria de las grandes y pequeñas plantas de almacenamiento eléctrico consigue inversión record https://www.canarymedia.com/articles/energy-storage/investors-are-pouring-money-into-grid-storage-startups de petroleras, empresas de energía renovables, grandes fondos y capital riesgo. — Serán la clave para mantener las redes eléctricas, y sus precios, estables.  27 años de cárcel para el creador del mayor hosting de contenido de abuso de menores. El irlandés Eric eoin Marques, fundó "Freedom Hosting" con 23 años en 2008, una empresa de servidores que durante cinco años alojó más de 200 páginas con millones de archivos de esta índole. Ahora tiene 36 años y pasará los siguientes 27 https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/09/man-once-called-worlds-largest-facilitator-of-child-porn-sentenced-to-27-years/ en una cárcel en EE.UU.  La sentencia incluye una prohibición de por vida para conectarse a Internet https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/09/man-once-called-worlds-largest-facilitator-of-child-porn-sentenced-to-27-years/ sin permiso explícito administrativo específico.

Kitchen Party Ceilidh
KPC 2021 09 05 Podcast

Kitchen Party Ceilidh

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 58:33


Our 404th episode, which aired on September 5, 2021. Niamh Ní Charra – The Exile of Erin/Richie Dwyer's/Red-haired Catherine/Ril Du Forgeron, Donnelly's Arm Kern – Don't Believe A Word, single release Fergal Scahill & Gerry O'Connor – The Trip to Killavill/Scotsman Over the Border, A Tune A Day for Pieta House Honey & The Bear – My Lagan Love, Journey Through the Roke Drunken Gaugers – The Flat House, The Drunken Gaugers One For The Foxes – The Forgotten Tune, Take A Look Around Brenda Castles – Garrykennedy Castle/Burma Banks/Wheels of the World, Indeedin You Needn't Bother Heidi Talbot – Cathedrals, In Love & Light Paddy Glackin & Robbie Hannon – The Dublin Reel/Boil the Breakfast Early, Séideán Sí High Level Ranters – Shews the Way to Wallington, High Level Ranters Dara Smith-MacDonald/Adam Young/Brent Chaisson – The Longest Night, Island Niamh Ni Charra – Eanach Dhúin, Donnelly's Arm

Infinitum
Ne bih da dosipam so na ranu, ali ...

Infinitum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 97:26


Ep 165Miroslav Petrović o detaljima poslednjeg objavljenog servisnog programa za iPhone 12BBEdit 14: It wasn't just about the money - Mac Admins PodcastNa 55:09 Rich priča o Electron aplikacijama i da li bi ga koristio da napravi BBEdit za WindowsFord poaches Doug Field from Apple, executive was leading the 'Apple Car' project — MDNMicrosoft says Windows on ARM will not support Apple Silicon Macs — MDNIntuit to buy Mailchimp for $12 billion — AxiosLegalEpic v. Apple: Judge rules Apple must allow apps to offer other payment methods. The ruling in this landmark case could change the App Store forever.TheVerge: Court issues permanent injunction in Epic v. Apple casePanzarino: Imagine a world where Apple had introduced a Stripe partnership a year agoRyan Jones: Holy shit. Every single app is going to replace IAP with Apple Pay + Stripe.Sam Gerstenzang:Uh, now's probably a good time to share that I'm hiring a senior/lead PM to lead mobile payments at Stripe.Benedict Evans: Reminder - the EU's Spotify case started before Epic, and the EU has already effectively decided in favour of Spotify - we just don't know the remedy. It could go further than today's ruling.Ryan Jones:We knew the App Store is really a Game Store, but… 98% of all IAP revenue comes from games.Stratechery:The Apple v. Epic DecisionMarco Arment: Future of the App StoreFrans Rosén @fransrosenI found some permission issues when hacking Apple CloudKit. I wrote about three of them @detectify labs, one where I accidentally deleted all shared Apple Shortcuts.John Scott-Railton:We caught a zero-click, zero day iMessage exploit used by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware.Target? Saudi activist.Pro-privacy protestors nationwide rally to tell Apple: "Don't scan our iPhones!"Sep 2021 eventApple's September 14, 2021 Keynote: By the Numbers — MacStoriesApple unveils new iPad mini with breakthrough performance in stunning new designApple's most popular iPad delivers even more performance and advanced featuresApple introduces iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 miniApple unveils iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — more pro than ever beforeEvolution.Apple reveals Apple Watch Series 7, featuring the largest, most advanced displayiOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 Will Be Released On September 20Apple CPU Gains Grind To A Halt And The Future Looks Dim As The Impact From The CPU Engineer Exodus To Nuvia And Rivos Starts To Bleed InRyan Gray: How I would have named the new iPad lineupIn memoriamthe Guardian:Home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair dies aged 81Zvono:Otišao je Clive Marles Sinclair, tvorac legendarnog računala SpectrumAlan Sugar: Kako je Amstrad kupio Sinclair ResearchOnline ZX Spectrum emulator u JavaScriptuZahvalniceSnimljeno 18.9.2021.Uvodna muzika by Vladimir Tošić, stari sajt je ovde.Logotip by Aleksandra IlićArtwork episodeObojena tajna/Colored Secret2011.ulje na platnu/oil on canvas50 x 40 cmby Saša Montiljo, njegov kutak na Devianartu.

TechLinked
The Pixel 6 could be FIRE

TechLinked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 5:59


0:00 NOT AGAIN 0:08 Pixel 6 Tensor chip design 1:21 A Tale of Two PS5s 2:13 Wikipedia vs. China 3:00 iFixit Mahi driver kit 3:32 QUICK BITS 3:36 Windows 11 needs TPM in VMs 3:59 AMD down to make ARM chips 4:26 Facebook troll farms report 4:57 Google, Apple remove Navalny app 5:22 Project Taara laser internet News sources: https://lmg.gg/lpV84

C dans l'air
CRISE DES SOUS-MARINS : LA TRAHISON AMÉRICAINE - 16/09/21

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 64:07


CRISE DES SOUS-MARINS : LA TRAHISON AMÉRICAINE - 16/09/21 FRANÇOIS CLEMENCEAU Rédacteur en chef international - « Le Journal du Dimanche » VALÉRIE NIQUET Responsable du pôle Asie à la Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique SYLVIE MATELLY - Économiste, Directrice adjointe de l'IRIS (Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques) ARMELLE CHARRIER Éditorialiste en politique internationale - « France 24 » C'est une très mauvaise nouvelle pour l'industrie navale française. Un "coup dans le dos" selon le ministre des Affaires étrangères, infligé par l'Australie qui devait acheter douze sous-marins conventionnels à la France dans le cadre d'un accord scellé en 2019 pour cinquante ans et 56 milliards d'euros. Mais cette nuit Canberra a changé d'avis, rompu "le contrat du siècle" et passé commande aux Etats-Unis de sous-marins à propulsion nucléaire. Une décision justifiée par "un changement de besoin" a expliqué le Premier ministre australien Scott Morrison mettant en avant l'argument nucléaire. Mais ce dernier n'est pas le seul pour comprendre ce revirement qui est surtout la conséquence d'un nouveau partenariat stratégique entre l'Australie, les Etats-Unis et le Royaume-Uni, voulu par Joe Biden pour contrer l'expansion de la Chine dans la zone Indo-Pacifique. Le président américain a d'ailleurs salué "un pas historique", après la conclusion de cette alliance qui au-delà des navires prévoit un transfert de technologie dans les domaines du nucléaire ou de l'intelligence artificielle. "L'offre américaine aurait été impossible à rejeter", a reconnu de son côté Scott Morrison, "évidemment, une décision très difficile et décevante pour la France". Une décision difficile, c'est certains, et qui ne passe pas dans l'Hexagone. "Je suis en colère, ça ne se fait pas entre alliés", a affirmé Jean-Yves Le Drian le chef de la diplomatie française, "cette décision unilatérale, brutale, imprévisible, ressemble beaucoup à ce que faisait M. Trump". "Clairement, il y a eu une mauvaise manière des Australiens mais aussi des Américains" a assené de son côté le ministre des Armées Hervé Grandjean. Selon le gouvernement, cette rupture unilatérale de contrat ne devrait toutefois pas peser si lourd dans les finances de Naval Group : les sous-marins auraient dû être assemblés en Australie, la sous-traitance devait être locale aussi. Mais c'est un coup dur pour l'image de l'industrie navale française et un revers majeur à la stratégie de Paris dans la zone Indo-Pacifique, fondée sur des partenariats avec l'Inde et l'Australie. En Chine, la nouvelle a fait également grincer des dents. Le porte-parole de la diplomatie chinoise, Zhao Lijian a estimé que "la coopération entre les Etats-Unis, la Grande-Bretagne et l'Australie en matière de sous-marins nucléaires sape gravement la paix et la stabilité régionales, intensifie la course aux armements et compromet les efforts internationaux de non-prolifération nucléaire". Alors quelles seront les conséquences de cette affaire ? Pourquoi les Etats-Unis ont-ils voulu torpiller le "contrat du siècle" ? De son côté, l'UE après avoir suspendu son projet d'accord global d'investissement conclu avec Pékin en décembre 2020, souhaite désormais renforcer ses liens économiques avec New Delhi. Que se joue-t-il dans la zone Indo-Pacifique ? Enfin pourquoi l'effondrement du géant chinois de l'immobilier Evergrande suscite-t-il autant d''inquiétudes ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

More Than Money
Episode 60 | Why Are Home Prices So High?

More Than Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 27:48


Home prices are going crazy! What's going on? In this episode, Art answers listener questions about home purchases and mortgages.Money questions:Why are home prices so high right now, and when will they drop?I can get a mortgage by only putting 3% down. I know you aren't a big fan of these loans, but I am worried that I will never get a home if I don't buy now because the costs keep going up. This is my only option. Thoughts?What do you prefer—15- or 30-year mortgage?What was your strategy for paying off your home early?Should I tithe off a gain from my home sale?Notes:The Essential Emergency Binder | Buy it here: https://www.artrainer.com/essential-emergency-binderEpisode Sponsor:Our sponsor SecureGive has a special event coming up that we want you to know about called the Give Conference. As you know, not enough people are giving to your church. And, many that are giving simply aren't giving enough. Church leaders, we know you desire to turn this around, but it can be challenging. You need practical step-by-step help and encouragement in the process. Learn from other church leaders who understand exactly what you're up against. Walk away with the tools you need to grow and sustain digital giving. Make a plan that takes discipleship and giving participation to the next level! Imagine a local church filled with faithful, generous people. Give Conference is a unique event designed to help you make this a reality. Register and get your tickets by clicking here: https://www.securegive.com/give-conference/Most churches struggle to get people to give. SecureGive has created a system that helps churches increase giving so their ministry is funded to reach their community. SecureGive helps churches increase giving in 3 ways: software that makes giving easy, a custom growth strategy, and ongoing stewardship resources. They stand out by offering a real ministry partnership, the most cost-effective solution with the lowest processing rates, and the most comprehensive giving platform available. Use the code 'RAINER20' to get 20% off your first year! Learn more here: https://www.securegive.com/

Al Filo de la Realidad (Podcast)
AFR Nº 311: Radiaciones Telúricas Nocivas

Al Filo de la Realidad (Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 55:53


Un entramado energético sobre el planeta. ¿Cómo se mide esta energía y con qué instrumento? ¿Qué implicaciones tiene el cruce de líneas? ¿Qué afecciones puede ocasionar en la salud? ¿Qué otros "síntomas" ocasionan en la superficie estos puntos patógenos? ¿Hay lugares telúricos saludables? El Feng Shui. La gruta del Padre Pío. El juego de pelota en México. Adelanto de podcasts venideros. Líneas Curry. ¿Dónde se originan? ¿Qué pasa si se combinan las líneas Hartmann y las Curry? Líneas Cathie. Matemáticas Armónicas y Geometría Sagrada. ¿Cómo se neutralizan estas malas energías? * Podrás encontrar los enlaces relacionados en la entrada correspondiente de nuestro sitio web: https://alfilodelarealidad.com/

Linux User Space
Episode 2:06: NVMe Catastrophe

Linux User Space

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 76:14


0:00 - Show Start 1:06 - Coming Up 1:41 - Banter 7:06 - Feedback, Mattias 16:34 - The Disk Bait and Switch 30:48 - apps.gnome.org 36:35 - Mozilla Watch 45:02 - The Kernel 59:14 - Housekeeping 1:02:55 - App Focus: Keysmith and Gnome Authenticator 1:15:08 - Stinger Coming up in this episode 1. We'll redirect your feedback. 2. We talk about a driving force. 3. Apps that are not focused. 4. Watch out for the Mozilla. 5. Kernels keep on poppin'. 6. We give a little TLC to the PC. 7. We bring on all the factors for the focus. Banter Caddy server (https://caddyserver.com) Enter Caddy redirects (https://felisk.io/blog/handling-redirects-with-caddy/) Feedback Mattias' blog post (https://privetdrive.net/posts/switching-to-caddy-or-so-i-thought/) Thanks for your continued feedback! Drive Manufacturers are sketchy The Register article about WD (https://www.theregister.com/2021/08/27/western_digital_components/) The Register article about Samsung (https://www.theregister.com/2021/08/28/samsung_storage_components/) SSDs dropping trim from Neowin (https://www.neowin.net/news/linux-patch-disables-trim-and-ncq-on-samsung-860870-ssds-in-intel-and-amd-systems/) SSDs dropping trim from Phoronix (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Samsung-860-870-More-Quirks) Gnome Apps The new Gnome Apps web site (https://apps.gnome.org) Mozilla Watch AVIF back on by default (https://9to5linux.com/firefox-92-enters-public-beta-testing-with-avif-support-enabled-by-default-again) Ugh, delayed again (https://9to5linux.com/mozilla-firefox-92-is-now-available-for-download-heres-whats-new) Maybe for 93? (https://9to5linux.com/firefox-93-enters-public-beta-testing-with-avif-support-enabled-by-default) AVIF (https://github.com/AOMediaCodec/av1-avif/wiki) Linux Kernel 5.14 (now released) - KVM on ARM and 5.15 has some great things coming 9to5 article (https://9to5linux.com/linux-kernel-5-14-officially-released-this-is-whats-new) Official Pull request for KVM on ARM (http://lkml.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/2106.3/01850.html) Hot plugging GPUs? What? (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Linux-5.14-AMDGPU-Hot-Unplug) 5.15 will have NTFS mainline kernel support (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=NTFS3-For-Linux-5.15) ksmbd the in-kernel SMB3 protocol file server (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=SMB3-KSMBD-Linux-5.15-PR) A day later it is merged (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=KSMBD-Lands-In-Linux-5.15) Housekeeping Email us (mailto:contact@linuxuserspace.show) PCTLC YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuzckNxsLhiaPZnG03UjRbA) Discord Server (https://linuxuserspace.show/discord) Matrix Room (https://linuxuserspace.show/matrix) Support us at Patreon (https://patreon.com/linuxuserspace) Join us on Telegram (https://linuxuserspace.show/telegram) Follow us on Twitter (https://linuxuserspace.show/twitter) Watch our faces on YouTube (https://linuxuserspace.show/youtube) Check out Linux User Space (https://linuxuserspace.show) on the web App Focus Gnome Authenticator and Keysmith This episode's apps: * Authenticator (https://apps.gnome.org/app/com.belmoussaoui.Authenticator/) * Keysmith (https://apps.kde.org/keysmith/) Next Time We wrap our time with Elementary OS (https://elementary.io/) Join us in two weeks when we return to the Linux User Space Stay tuned on Twitter, Telegram, Matrix, Discord whatever. Join the conversation. Talk to us, and give us more ideas. We would like to acknowledge our top patrons. Thank you for your support! Contributor Nicholas Co-Producer Donnie Johnny Producer Bruno John

Copperplate Podcast
Copperplate Time 371

Copperplate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 92:40


 Copperplate Time 371                                                                                                            Presented by Alan O'Leary                              www.copperplatemailorder.com                                  1. Bothy Band:   Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Frankie Gavin's 20s Orch: Rakes of Clonmel.   By Heck 3. Danu:     Poor Man's Fortune/The Long Strand/Gan Ainm.                  10,000 Miles4. Dick Gaughan:    Erin Go Bragh.   Handful of Earth 5. Niamh Ni Charra: Copper Mines of Killarnay/Covering Ground/Andy de Jarlis     Donnelly's Arm 6. Paddy O'Brien: Imelda Roland's/Flags of Dublin/Paddy from Donegal.     Mixing The Punch 7. Leonard Barrry:   Foxhunter's Jig/The Besom in Bloom.              New Road 8. Dezi Donnelly & Mike McGoldrick:  Kilavil Fancy/Fox in the Thatch/Peter Byrne's Fancy.   Dog in the Fog9. Damien Mulane:  Feehan's/Seanamhac Tube Station/The Orphan.  13 10. Liam Kelly:   Kid on the Mountain/Arigna's Green Vale.            At Home with McKenna 11. Tom Lenihan:  Paddy's Panacea.  Fire Draw Near 12. Angelina Carberry:    Bold Dohertu/Kitty Come Down to Limerick.       An Traidisiun Beo 13. Mick O'Brien & Caoimhin O'Raghallaigh: Farewell to Ireland/Maid in the Cherry Tree/Mistress of the Houses.             Deadly Buzz14. Dezi Donnelly:  The Second Star/The Sunshine HP.            Familiar Footsteps 15. 4 Men & A Dog:    Hidden Love.  Barking Mad 16. The Everly Brothers: So Sad.   Essential Collection 17. Lal Waterson: Some Old Salt.  Once in a Blue Moon 18. Ralph McTell:    From Clare to Here.  Silver Celebration 19. Christy Moore: Reel in the Flickering Light .  The Collection 20. Bothy Band:   Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill.  After Hours

Hardware Addicts
44: ARM's Dominance Is At Risk With RISC-V | Hardware Addicts

Hardware Addicts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 35:50


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 discussing RISC-V and why companies like Apple are ramping up their investment in this open source architecture. Then we head to camera corner where Wendy will discuss Sony's latest patent on a curved sensor. So Sit back, Relax, and Plug In because Hardware Addicts Starts Now! Products Discussed: - Pinewatch: https://www.pine64.org/pinetime/

Everything I Learned From Movies
Episode 301 - Mirror Mirror

Everything I Learned From Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 108:24


Steve & Izzy continue the Year of the Character with Snow White September, a celebration of the iconic character Snow White, as they are joined by Ben of the Blockbuster Mentality Podcast to discuss 2012's "Mirror Mirror" starring Eric Roberts' sister Julia Roberts, Phil Collins' daughter Lily Collins, Arm & Hammer's son Armie Hammer, Nathan Lane & Martin Klebba!!! What constitutes a "successful" podcast? How do you effectively handle gossip? What are some of the worst pickup lines ever used in real life? What's with the weird surprise ending? What are some great sequel titles?!? Let's find out!!! So kick back, grab a few brews, get tied up tip-to-tip, and enjoy!!! Also, follow us on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @EILFMovies for details on our FREE upcoming live shows at Brewvie's Theater in Ogden, Utah!!! Our next show will be ... ... ... hopefully on Wednesday, September 8th, 2021!!! This episode is also brought to you by PodcArt Fest which will be coming back again on Saturday, October 9th, 2021!!! We'll be hosting a Virtual Festival celebration of Podcasters & Artists to help raise awareness and money for Artists in need during these times!!! For full details, follow us at @PodcArtFest on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram or you can also see our home page at my.boothcentral.com/v/events/podcart-fest-spooky-fall-festival Try it today!!! Twitter - www.twitter.com/eilfmovies Facebook - www.facebook.com/eilfmovies Instagram - www.instagram.com/eilfmovies Etsy - www.untidyvenus.etsy.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Alemania propone 7 años de reparaciones y actualizaciones / La huelga de Twitch tira la audiencia un 15% / Grietas en la EEI / Los NFT llegan a Hollywood / Guerra civil en ARM China Alemania propone siete años de actualizaciones y repuestos para gadgets. En plena campaña electoral, el Ministerio de Economía germano ha anunciado el borrador de ley https://www.europapress.es/portaltic/sector/noticia-alemania-quiere-ampliar-anos-disponibilidad-actualizaciones-repuestos-smartphones-20210906122738.html para que los fabricantes de teléfonos, tabletas, ordenadores y demás ofrezcan actualizaciones de software y piezas originales a precios razonables.  Por pedir que no quede, y es una propuesta loable, como la similar de la UE de cinco años de soporte completo https://www.elperiodico.com/es/activos/valores/20210414/usar-tirar-derecho-reparar-ue-11655247, pero creo que sería más efectivo para los consumidores liberar las reparaciones, componentes, esquemáticos y soporte desde el inicio o bien pasado un tiempo.  La huelga de Twitcheros se traduce en un 15% menos de contenido. El pasado 1 de septiembre, muchos de los principales creadores de Twitch no publicaron en sus canales en una protesta contra el acoso organizado. La audiencia global cayó de 65 a 54 millones de horas https://venturebeat.com/2021/09/03/a-day-off-twitch-gave-the-platform-its-lowest-viewer-hours-of-2021/ visualizadas.  Nuevo descubrimiento podría resucitar la MRAM y ofrecer almacenamiento mucho más rápido y eficiente. Científicos alemanes idean un método para usar material antiferromagnético https://spectrum.ieee.org/antiferromagnets-ram para almacenar información en chips de MRAM, manipulando las paredes de dominio que separan las áreas alineadas. — La RAM magnética https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/MRAM no volátil lleva décadas siendo una promesa, como los memristores, a ver si en dos décadas los vemos.  Grietas y sospechas en la Estación Espacial Internacional. El módulo Zarya, el primero de la EEI, en órbita desde 1998, tiene unas fisuras aparentes que serán analizadas a fondo para evaluar si se pueden arreglar https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/posibles-grietas-zarya-estacion-espacial.html. Unas grietas que justo aparecen cuando Rusia mueve sus planes https://actualidadaeroespacial.com/rusia-creara-una-estacion-espacial-tripulada-a-partir-de-2024/ para su propia estación espacial, que podría reutilizar algunos de sus módulos de la propia EEI.  Hollywood compra los derechos para hacer una película sobre los NFT. Larva Labs, creadores de los proyectos NFT de CryptoPunks, Meebits, Autoglyphs y otros, han vendido los derechos audiovisuales de su desarrollo https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/business/digital/uta-cryptopunks-nft-film-tv-vieo-games-1235005392/ y reciente "criptomanía" por la cual han alcanzado valores de millones de euros en algunos casos.  ¿Secuela para Emoji La Película (2017)?, ¿drama estilo La Red Social (2010)?, ¿film sobre rebeldía estilo Hackers (1995)?  Dolce and Gabanna lanza una colección de NFTs "físicos y digitales". El 9 de septiembre se celebrará una subasta en Venecia por una serie de creaciones exclusivas de la firma italiana, en forma de vistosos trajes y joyas https://unxd.com/drops/6113ede5f7211c2b651632f0 (vídeo de la colección https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--WHNUP3Md4). — No entiendo muy bien cual es la parte digital, si es una representación 3D del producto o una firma de compra.  Guerra civil en ARM China. La subsidiaria local de ARM en China lleva lleva un tiempo aislada de la empresa matriz en un ataque de rebeldía de sus directivos locales. La última es que han decidido "independizarse", cambiar el nombre a AnMou, apoderarse de las propiedades intelectuales de ARM, y afirmar que van a operar como empresa separada https://digitstodollars.com/2021/09/02/what-is-going-on-with-arm-china/, quieran sus dueños o no.  Allen Wu, el director ejecutivo de ARM China, ahora AnMou, fue despedido hace meses por la junta, pero debido a un complicado sistema burocrático sigue estando al cargo de la empresa y está, poco a poco, vengándose de los que le despidieron. Va a acabar todo muy mal.  En mitad de todo este jaleo, Reino Unido no ve con buenos ojos la venta de ARM a Nvidia https://www.europapress.es/economia/noticia-reino-unido-investigara-profundidad-compra-arm-nvidia-serios-riesgos-competencia-20210820171502.html, en espera de una decisión final.  Detectan más de 1.000 palabras bloqueadas por GitHub Copilot. El sistema de creación automatizada y semi-inteligente de código no permite usar términos como "Israel", "transgénero", "comunismo", "hombre", "mujer", "Gaza" https://www.theregister.com/2021/09/02/github_copilot_banned_words_cracked/, y otros más técnicos como "q rsqrt" el famoso truco de programación https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_inverse_square_root de John Carmack.  La lista es excesivamente simplista y sobre todo: poco inteligente para un programa que cada semana que pasa nos da otro disgusto. — La lista completa rot13-ada está aquí https://moyix.net/~moyix/copilot_slurs_rot13.txt. Sobre todo términos sexuales y ofensivos.  Hackers encuentran una nueva vía para instalar ransomware: los empleados de las empresas. Detectan trabajadores de las empresas objetivo en redes sociales para que ataquen "desde dentro", y les prometen un porcentaje del rescate https://thehackernews.com/2021/08/cybercrime-group-asking-insiders-for.html que su empleador pagará por recuperar los datos. Al final basta con poner un pendrive en un ordenador o nodo.  WhatsApp parchea un fallo de seguridad grave en los filtros de imágenes. Un problema en el parseo de las imágenes al intentar activar uno de los filtros de color presentes en el programa permitía al atacante acceder al contenido almacenado en memoria https://unaaldia.hispasec.com/2021/09/se-publica-una-vulnerabilidad-de-whatsapp-que-permite-acceder-a-los-datos-de-los-usuarios.html como las conversaciones y contactos. — Seguramente una de las vulnerabilidades usadas por NSO estos últimos años.  Brasil quiere saber por qué se elimina contenido en plataformas digitales. El partido gobernante del Presidente Jair Bolsonaro prepara una ley que obligará a explicar una "causa justa y motivación" https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-58470093 detrás de cada una de las cuentas suspendidas, o del contenido eliminado.  El propio Bolsonaro ha "sufrido" en primera persona la retirada de contenido sobre coronavirus en sus cuentas de Twitter y YouTube, tras difundir información errónea sobre la enfermedad y curas milagrosas.  EE.UU. retira el permiso de vuelo para las aeronaves de Virgin Galactic. Debido a una salida del corredor especificado tras su vuelo hasta el "espacio" en julio, las agencias reguladores de aviación retiran temporalmente cualquier posibilidad de más despegues https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/virgin-galatic-sin-permiso-volar.html hasta que investiguen lo ocurrido. Virgin dice que fue el viento.

Was jetzt?
Die Linke will regieren

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 11:47


Knapp drei Wochen vor der Wahl wirbt Die Linke offensiv darum, Teil der neuen Bundesregierung zu werden. Die Spitzenkandidaten der Partei präsentierten am Montag ein "Sofortprogramm für einen Politikwechsel". Darüber spricht Jannis Carmesin mit Katharina Schuler. Sie ist Redakteurin im Politikressort von ZEIT ONLINE. Eigentlich feiert Brasilien am 7. September seine Unabhängigkeit von Portugal – der Tag ist ein landesweiter Feiertag. Dieses Jahr befürchten aber viele Chaos und Gewalt. Präsident Jair Bolsonaro und seine Anhänger haben für diesen Dienstag zu landesweiten Demonstrationen aufgerufen. Philipp Lichterbeck ist freier Korrespondent für Brasilien. Im Podcast erzählt er, wie Bolsonaro die Lage befeuert hat – und ob möglicherweise sogar ein Putsch droht, wie einige Beobachterinnen befürchten. Und sonst so? Der Postill-O-Mat ist da. Moderation und Produktion: Jannis Carmesin Mitarbeit: Alena Kammer Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de. Weitere Links zur Folge: Bundestagswahl 2021: Arm trotz Arbeit? (https://www.zeit.de/arbeit/2021-08/bundestagswahl-2021-sozialpolitik-programm-arbeit-hartz-iv-lohn) Rot-Rot-Grün: Nein (https://www.zeit.de/2021/36/rot-rot-gruen-bundestagswahl-olaf-scholz-spd-linksbuendnis-wahlkampf) Rot-Rot-Grün: Er ist doch keine echte Merkel (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2021-08/rot-rot-gruen-olaf-scholz-linke-nato-bekenntnis-bundestagswahl) Jair Bolsonaro: Die Wiederwahl ist wichtiger als der Amazonas (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2021-06/jair-bolsonaro-praesident-brasilien-wahlkampf-praesidentschaftswahl-2022) Der Postillon: Postill-O-Mat (https://www.der-postillon.com/2021/09/postill-o-mat.html)

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
06.09.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 7:39


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Taliban verkünden Sieg im Pandschir-Tal Die Taliban haben nach eigenen Angaben die letzte Bastion des Widerstands in Afghanistan eingenommen. Das Pandschir-Tal sei "vollständig erobert", erklärte Taliban-Sprecher Sabihullah Mudschahid in Kabul. Die radikalislamischen Kämpfer hatten sich zuvor in der Provinz nördlich von Kabul schwere Kämpfe mit der Nationalen Widerstandsfront (NRF) geliefert. Das Pandschir-Tal war seit den 1990er Jahren eine Hochburg des Widerstands gegen die Taliban. Mitte August formierte sich dort die NRF unter Führung des Sohnes des 2001 getöteten afghanischen Kriegsherrn Ahmed Schah Massud. Gaddafi-Sohn Saadi nicht mehr inhaftiert Ein Sohn des langjährigen libyschen Machthabers Muammar Gaddafi ist aus einem Gefängnis in Tripolis entlassen worden. Saadi Gaddafi kam auf Empfehlung des Generalstaatsanwalts frei, wie aus Justizkreisen verlautete. Der 47-Jährige soll Libyen laut Medienberichten bereits Richtung Türkei verlassen haben. Saadi Gaddafi war 2011 kurz vor der Entmachtung und Tötung seines Vaters in den Niger geflohen. 2014 wurde er an Libyen ausgeliefert. Die dortigen Behörden warfen ihm unter anderem vor, in den Versuch der gewaltsamen Niederschlagung der Revolte gegen seinen Vater verwickelt gewesen zu sein. G20-Staaten beraten über Corona-Pandemie Die Gesundheitsminister der wichtigsten Industrie- und Schwellenländer wollen sich für mehr Gerechtigkeit bei der Verteilung von Corona-Impfstoffen weltweit einsetzen. Die Bedingungen seien gegeben, um dafür einen "Pakt von Rom" zu vereinbaren, erklärte Italiens Gesundheitsminister Roberto Speranza, dessen Land gerade den G20-Vorsitz innehat. Deutschland will laut Bundesgesundheitsminister Jens Spahn 100 Millionen Impfdosen bis Jahresende der internationalen Corona-Impfkampagne zur Verfügung stellen. Die Pandemie sei erst vorbei, wenn sie auf der ganzen Welt vorbei sei, betonte Spahn in Rom. Deutscher Botschafter in China gestorben Der deutsche Botschafter in China, Jan Hecker, ist nach nur wenigen Tagen im Amt verstorben. "Mit tiefer Trauer und Bestürzung haben wir von dem plötzlichen Tod" Heckers erfahren, teilte das Auswärtige Amt in Berlin mit. Zu den genauen Todesumständen wollte sich das Ministerium nicht äußern. Der 54-Jährige hatte erst Ende August seinen Posten als oberster Diplomat in Peking angetreten. Zuvor war der Jurist außenpolitischer Berater von Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel. Hecker hinterlässt seine Frau und drei Kinder. Entsetzen über Todesschützen in Florida Bei einer brutalen Attacke im US-Bundesstaat Florida hat ein schwer bewaffneter Schütze vier Menschen getötet. Der Täter habe in einem Haus bei Lakeland einen Mann und eine Frau erschossen sowie ein Baby, das die Frau im Arm gehalten habe, teilte Sheriff Grady Judd mit. Ein elfjähriges Mädchen sei verletzt worden, habe aber überlebt. In einem anderen Haus sei eine weitere Frau getötet worden. Nach einer Schießerei mit Polizisten ergab sich der Angreifer. Es handelt sich um einen 33-Jährigen, der für das US-Militär im Irak und in Afghanistan im Einsatz war. Sein Motiv ist nicht bekannt. DFB-Elf schießt sich an die Tabellenspitze Beim Heimdebüt von Fußball-Bundestrainer Hansi Flick hat die deutsche Nationalmannschaft Kurs auf die WM 2022 in Katar genommen. Drei Tage nach dem 2:0 gegen Außenseiter Liechtenstein besiegte die DFB-Auswahl in Stuttgart das Team Armeniens am Sonntagabend mit 6:0 Toren. Die deutsche Elf übernahm damit in der WM-Qualifikationsgruppe J die Tabellenführung.

This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)
TWiET 459: 2.4ghz Wi-Fi Ghetto - Windows Pi, organizing crime, breaking the supply chain and WiFi in your pocket?

This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 68:28


AI can't patent their inventions a US judge rules US Cyber Command warns of ongoing attacks on a Confluence vulnerability Looking into a translated ransomware playbook Windows 10 or 11 on a Raspberry Pi is easy to install with a new script Changes in Docker's subscription plans, usage rules and product line Why supply chain attacks will keep getting worse Host RoundTable: The state of the wireless world Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Bitwarden.com/twit itpro.tv/enterprise use code ENTERPRISE30 wwt.com/twit

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)
TWiET 459: 2.4ghz Wi-Fi Ghetto - Windows Pi, organizing crime, breaking the supply chain and WiFi in your pocket?

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 68:47


AI can't patent their inventions a US judge rules US Cyber Command warns of ongoing attacks on a Confluence vulnerability Looking into a translated ransomware playbook Windows 10 or 11 on a Raspberry Pi is easy to install with a new script Changes in Docker's subscription plans, usage rules and product line Why supply chain attacks will keep getting worse Host RoundTable: The state of the wireless world Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Bitwarden.com/twit itpro.tv/enterprise use code ENTERPRISE30 wwt.com/twit

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HI)
TWiET 459: 2.4ghz Wi-Fi Ghetto - Windows Pi, organizing crime, breaking the supply chain and WiFi in your pocket?

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 68:47


AI can't patent their inventions a US judge rules US Cyber Command warns of ongoing attacks on a Confluence vulnerability Looking into a translated ransomware playbook Windows 10 or 11 on a Raspberry Pi is easy to install with a new script Changes in Docker's subscription plans, usage rules and product line Why supply chain attacks will keep getting worse Host RoundTable: The state of the wireless world Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Bitwarden.com/twit itpro.tv/enterprise use code ENTERPRISE30 wwt.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Enterprise Tech 459: 2.4ghz WiFi Ghetto

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 68:28


AI can't patent their inventions a US judge rules US Cyber Command warns of ongoing attacks on a Confluence vulnerability Looking into a translated ransomware playbook Windows 10 or 11 on a Raspberry Pi is easy to install with a new script Changes in Docker's subscription plans, usage rules and product line Why supply chain attacks will keep getting worse Host RoundTable: The state of the wireless world Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: Bitwarden.com/twit itpro.tv/enterprise use code ENTERPRISE30 wwt.com/twit

Android Central Podcast
Shaky Foundations

Android Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 88:08


Marton Barcza of TechAltar and crrowd joins Daniel and Nick for a conversation about the proliferation of earbuds and Qualcomm's announcement of a lossless Bluetooth audio codec. The trio also cover some wearables news, speculation about Microsoft's upcoming Surface event, a new camera sensor from Samsung, and Google is rumored to be developing custom ARM silicon to be used in Chromebooks starting in 2023. Finally, China is limiting online gameplay for children, and Apple will be making some changes to App Store policies as a result of an investigation by the Japan Fair Trade Commission. Links: TechAltar (@TechAltar) / Twitter Jabra's new $200 wireless earbuds use bone conduction for better-than-AirPods call quality | Android Central Qualcomm is about to give your next wireless earbuds a CD quality boost with aptX Lossless | Android Central Why everybody is making earbuds - YouTube Fossil unveils the first Wear OS smartwatch with Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 4100+ | Android Central Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 5100: Neuer Quadcore für Wear OS-Uhren - WinFuture.de Microsoft announces September Surface event, may unveil Surface Duo 2 | Android Central Samsung Galaxy S21 FE may take its sweet time arriving with late October launch | Android Central Samsung unveils a crazy new 200MP camera sensor for smartphones | Android Central Google is reportedly working on custom ARM-based chips for Chromebooks | Android Central China Tightens Limits for Young Gamers and Bans School Night Play - The New York Times Japan Fair Trade Commission closes App Store investigation - Apple

Daily Tech Headlines
Google Reportedly Developing CPUs for Chromebooks – DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021


Google is reportedly developing its own Arm-based CPUs for Chromebooks, Amazon is working on live audio features for Echo devices, and Arizona and Georgia are set to support digital state IDs in Apple Wallet. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A specialContinue reading "Google Reportedly Developing CPUs for Chromebooks – DTH"

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
20VC: Marcelo Claure, CEO of Softbank Group International on Lessons From Investing $1BN Per Week with Masa Son, How Softbank Could Have Up To 8 Companies Go Public in LATAM Alone Next Year & How Softbank Analyse Both Deal Pricing and Competition Toda

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 39:06


Marcelo Claure serves as CEO of SoftBank Group International and COO of SoftBank Group Corp., the world's largest tech investor. At Softbank, Marcelo oversees the company's strategic direction and its portfolio of operating companies, including WeWork, SB Energy, Fortress, Boston Dynamics, as well as SoftBank's stake in T-Mobile U.S. He also spearheads the SoftBank Latin America Fund, a $5 billion fund dedicated to investing in technology growth opportunities throughout the region. If that was not enough, Marcelo serves as Exec Chairman @ WeWork, is on the board of Arm, is the president of Club Bolívar, Bolivia's most popular and successful soccer team; co-owner and Chairman of Inter Miami CF and most recently co-owner of Girona FC. In Today's Episode with Marcelo Claure You Will Learn: 1.) How Marcelo made his way into the world of startups and came to found his first company, Brightstar? How did Brightstar lead to Marcelo meeting Masa and moving to Tokyo to invest $1BN per week with him? 2.) From spending a year with Masa in Tokyo, what did Marcelo learn about Masa that he did not know before? How did spending this time with Masa impact Marcelo's operating mindset and his investing mindset? What were the most memorable founder meetings that Marcelo and Masa had in that year? Why did those ones stand out? 3.) When starting Softbank's LATAM Fund, what hypothesis did Marcelo have going into investing in LATAM? Which were confirmed? On the flip side, which proved to be wrong? How does Marcelo respond to people that say "LATAM produces copycat companies"? Why does Marcelo bet that Softbank will have 8 portfolio companies in LATAM go public next year? 4.) How does Marcelo think about the importance of price and price discipline today? What is their decision-making framework when determining whether to pay up or not for a deal? What have been some of Marcelo's biggest misses? How did they impact his decision-making process moving forward? How does Softbank approach conflicts when investing today? 5.) How does Marcelo analyze the increasing competition in the LATAM ecosystem? How has his style changed as a result? Through what lens does Marcelo assess the role that Tiger has played over the last 18 months? Why does Marcelo think that other firms have trash-talked Softbank before? How does Marcelo see the venture landscape as fundamentally changed? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Marcelo Claure Marcelo's Favourite Book: Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage to the Antarctic Marcelo's Most Recent Investment: Uala

Let the Bird Fly!
How Our Views on Preaching Have Changed since Seminary

Let the Bird Fly!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 66:12


00:00 - Introduction 9:45 - Free for All (What Would You Give an Arm for?) 19:50 - Main Topic (How Our Views on Preaching Have Changed since Seminary) In episode ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR Wade and Mike, and Pastor John Bortulin, discuss how our views on/approaches to preaching have changed since seminary and some other pastoral stuff. This is the third in a "backyard series" with Pastor Bortulin. We hope you will enjoy it.   We are grateful to the 1517 podcasting network. If you haven't done so yet, make sure to go check out all of the great podcasts they have to offer, as well as the other wonderful content at 1517.org. If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: “The Last One” by Jahzzar is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License. “Gib laut” by Dirk Becker is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License. “Whistling Down the Road” by Silent Partner. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License.

Daily Tech News Show
Amazon is the new Sears- DTNS 4098

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 31:10


Intel reveals its new Alder Cove hybrid processor design for desktop, mobile and ultra-mobile applications. Nvidia has its earnings call and gives updates about its acquisition of ARM. And the FTC has amended its complaint over Facebook, a new antitrust complaint.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Justin Robert Young, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.