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Drone News Update
Drone News: DJI Avata, Influential Drone's new acquisition, Drone Rescue, Drone Pilot Safety - AAAC

Drone News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:51


This week in drone news: A new video on the DJI Avata shows an artist's concept of the drone, Influential Drones has acquired Buzz my Property, Phoenix Fire used a drone to help locate and rescue overheating hikers, an upcoming AAAC meeting will discuss pilot safety, and a new course for visual observers from Pilot Institute. VO Course: https://pilotinstitute.com/course/visual-observer-essentials/ A new video shows the potential concept of the DJI Avata It is important to note that this video is NOT made by DJI, this is an artist's representation of the Avata. There haven't been any new leaks at this time, however, according to DJI's roadmap for 2022, we may see the Avata as soon as July of this year! https://dronexl.co/2022/06/22/dji-avata-rendering-cinewhoop-drone/ Influential drones has announced a partnership with Buzz My Property. Buzz My Property is a real-estate drone service for Realtors, landscapers, arborists, and municipal departments. Influential drones is drone reseller and commercial drone service provider https://www.newswire.com/news/influential-drones-acquires-buzz-my-property-21751151 Phoenix fire rescued 8 people using drones and a helicopter The group was hiking camelback mountain in Phoenix and were filming a reality TV show. After running out of water, the group called 911, and phoenix fire was dispatched. They used their drone to find the groups of hikers, and then the hikers were air-lifted off the mountain. https://www.azfamily.com/2022/06/23/more-than-10-people-treated-heat-related-illness-echo-canyon-trail/ There is an upcoming AAAC meeting, on June 30th, 2022 from 10 AM to 2:30 PM ET that will discuss UAS operator safety Other topics to be covered will be the remaining items on the 2018 reauthorization act FAA's rule-making process Operations of UAS in class E airspace - Over the top of class A.

Fearless Drone Academy
26 MUST KNOW Tips & Settings for Mavic Air 2S - Fearless Drone Academy Podcast #33

Fearless Drone Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 19:01


The Air 2S is a revolutionary new drone from DJI that ticks a lot of boxes for people wanting to upgrade. DJI have packed this drone with a 1-Inch CMOS sensor, 5K video options, 4 directions of obstacle avoidance, MasterShots and even more! In this video I will showcase 26 MUST KNOW tips and settings for your Air 2S, these tips and settings will take your overall flying experience to the next level. Sign up to the ultimate online drone course for beginners: https://fearlessdrone.academy/

Good Morning Camera
Big DJI RS 3 Updates & Anamorphic Adapters?!

Good Morning Camera

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 33:56


Welcome to another episode of Good Morning Camera! This week, we discuss the just-announced DJI RS 3 Pro (00:50) and DJI transmission system that looks to invigorate the video space (11:00). We then move to the Moment Anamorphic Lens Adapter that was launched on Kickstarter and ask if this is a must-have product (18:42). As always, we wrap the episode with our Creator Draft Picks (26:00). Enjoy!

FotoNerd Podcast
ep.98: Sono Miele

FotoNerd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:33


Mentre l'Uomo Gatto continua ad indovinare canzoni e film, in questa puntata nostalgica con una rubrica iniziale dedicata al 1998 ci ricordiamo che siamo in un podcast di fotografia e quindi parliamo prima un po' di cinema e poi di tutte le grandi novità annunciate da DJI, con tanto di commento di chi pensa di saperne qualcosa sui video. Non mancheranno poi gli spazi alle rubriche, tra cui l'unica interessante tra le due, ovvero quella dedicata alla cul...tura.

DÖF.
80 - Peinlich stillos.

DÖF.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 67:27


Wir haben rundes Jubiläum, es sind große Gimbalwochen und DJI bändelt mit Leica an. Thilo hat eine Kamera geschenkt bekommen, Dominik endlich Augen-Autofokus und wir beide haben schon ziemlich peinliche fotografische Sachen gemacht. Was sonst noch so los war und wie es uns überhaupt geht.. Getz hier. Wenn man uns ein Bier/Film/Kaffee spendieren möchte: ko-fi.com/doefpod Grainery: www.grainery.app Das sind wir: Dominik Pfeifer @hiiamdominik dominikpfeifer.com Thilo Vorderbrück @tvau thilovorderbrueck.de

Hardware Addicts
63: 3D Printers Are Printing Our Way To The Future

Hardware Addicts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 49:22


Welcome to Hardware Addicts, a proud member of the TuxDigital Network. Hardware Addicts is the podcast that focuses on the physical components that powers our technology world. In this episode, we're going to be talking about 3D Printing and how they are paving the way to the future. 3D printed homes, food, body parts, it's all covered in this episode. Then we head to Camera Corner where Wendy will discuss camera gimbals that will make you want to start your own vlog. So Sit back, Relax, and Plug In because Hardware Addicts Starts Now! Hardware Discussed In This Episode: - Insta360 ONE RS Action Camera: https://amzn.to/3zHTqH6 - Hakko FX888D-23BY Digital Soldering Station https://amzn.to/3QiF1Hb - FM Radio Soldering Kit: https://amzn.to/3Oha0kV - DJI RS3 : https://www.dji.com/rs-3-pro - Zhiyun Crane 2: https://amzn.to/3NXakpl Other: - 3D Printed Home Article: https://interestingengineering.com/worlds-largest-3d-printed-housing-project

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Aprendiendo de los errores

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:06


Twitter reduce el trolleo e insultos / Premio para los pioneros del Aprendizaje Profundo / DJI a por los coches autónomos / eBay Live / Prueba de resistencia teléfonos plegables / Telegram con Múltiples Ventanas / Windows Defender para Mac, iPhone y Android Patrocinador: El 21 de julio vuelve el Sorteo del Oro de Cruz Roja, y comprando un boleto ya sabes que estás apoyando toda su importante labor. Harás que Cruz Roja pueda ayudar cada día a más personas que necesitan compañía, acogida, socorro o un futuro laboral. — Cruz Roja te recuerda que juegues con responsabilidad y sólo si eres mayor de edad.  Twitter reduce el trolleo e insultos / Premio para los pioneros del Aprendizaje Profundo / DJI a por los coches autónomos / eBay Live / Prueba de resistencia teléfonos plegables / Telegram con Múltiples Ventanas / Windows Defender para Mac, iPhone y Android

PRONEWS
DJI、新スタビライザー「DJI RS 3」「DJI RS 3 Pro」、伝送システム「DJI Transmission」発表

PRONEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


「DJI、新スタビライザー「DJI RS 3」「DJI RS 3 Pro」、伝送システム「DJI Transmission」発表」 DJIは、新スタビライザー「DJI RS 3」「DJI RS 3 Pro」と、伝送システム「DJI Transmission」を発表した。ラインナップと希望小売価格は以下の通り。

Fearless Drone Academy
Commercial Drone Pilot Reviews DJI FPV Drone - Fearless Drone Academy Podcast #32

Fearless Drone Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 10:57


This is everything that you need to know about the DJI FPV drone from the perspective of a commercial drone pilot. I filmed this video to showcase the filmmaking opportunities that you can unlock with an FPV drone. In this review, you will learn about the limitations of this drone, what makes it unique, the battery life, video quality and user experience compared to cinematic drones (Mavic Mini/Air/Pro). Get DJI FPV from Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nu70FM or DJI: https://click.dji.com/AP42G4REJOtwFkJI2zBO2Q?pm=link We have made it our mission at Fearless Drone Academy to help people become confident drone pilots. We interview drone authorities, brands, fpv/quad/drone pilots, YouTuber's, software companies and more. This podcast is sponsored by DansTube.TV, Eye In The Sky Clothing and the Mavic Mini Australia Facebook group. Subscribe to the Fearless Drone Academy on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCi3zvBxqDvWJZKa2yzY6OA ⭐

TechtalkRadio
EPISODE 339: Two Hams and a Side of Beef!

TechtalkRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 55:31


IIn this Weeks TechtalkRadio Show, Andy Taylor, Justin Lemme, and Shawn DeWeerd open up with a discussion about the many graduation ceremonies across the country. Shawn shares some of the famous graduates of Notre Dame like Tim Brown, Joe Theismann and of course Rudy Ruettiger. The Web unveiled also Actor George Wendt, Nicholas Sparks, Phil Donahue, Regis Philbin and one of Andy's favorites Richard Riehle from the Movie Office Space and Deuce Bigalow. Andy talks about some of the famous graduates of University of Arizona. Shawn and Justin have begun to investigate Amateur Radio and share info on the Baofeng UV-5R unit and fun aspects of the HAM Radio World. Shawn tells us about hamradiocrashcourse.com and the Curator Josh Nash. Andy tells us about the announcement from DJI with the Mini 3 Pro. The crew talks about the fine technology points of the new drone and pricing which is very reasonable. A Listener ask about a laptop and getting Windows 10 license and then ask Shawn and Justin about the steps to get a license. Justin brings up the Keys available online however Andy is very cautious about buying these clearing house keys. Justin tells us why maybe these can be agood deal and why they are priced so well. Justin shares with us some tips on setting up his Wi-Fi Router while Andy has a friend looking for a Wi-Fi Extender Booster through his property at a Christmas Tree Farm. Shawn recommends product from Ubiquity such as the AirMax Light Beam Transmitter. Connect with Us on social media! Facebook @techtalkers YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/techtalkradio Twitter @TechtalkRadio Instagram techtalkradio Web: TechtalkRadio.Com Subscribe and Like on Spreaker! Spotify, YouTube, Audacy, iHeart and Apple Podcast

Ask Drone U
ADU 01262: What are the highlights from Drone U Experience Training?

Ask Drone U

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 22:09


Can you share key learnings from Drone U Experience Training? Today's podcasts is all about the recently concluded Drone U's Experience training and we share all the highlights, learnings and our experience from the training. We start off by sharing top insights from the training focusing first on the location, the team and the environment and discussing how the natural set up of the location helped students hone their skills in flight control. We also discuss key highlights from student experience on the training and how Scott, one of our students at the training, was able to constantly improve his learning navigating through all the challenges day in and out and how constant presence of instructors assisted him in clearing and clarifying his questions. Next we discuss important topics that came up during the Experience training including DJI's product line up and how newer drones are actually doing less to improve flight performance but priced much higher than their predecessors while delivering lower value for pilots. We also discuss students sharing their experience of clearing the Part 107 course through study of Drone U's Part 107 course and training. Towards the end of the podcast, we share students feedback, future plans for more Experience trainings, other in-person Drone U training events and also share some of the videos shot by our students during the experience training event. Check out our Youtube Channel for video footage. Tune in to learn more about the highlights of the Drone U experience event and how you can join one in the future. Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps: [1:00] Paul and Rob share their experience from the recently concluded Experience Training [7:07] Flight challenges that students overcame as part of the training [8:31] Drone U Experience Training student, Scott, and his experience [11:00] How do latest DJI drones influence pilot's learning curve [13:40] Is part 107 slowing down or speeding up and how Drone U's courses are helping students aces the Part 107 [15:15] Other key learning sessions for students at the Experience Training [17:56] Student Videos from the experience Training [18:30] Drone U's next Experience Training event [20:20] Other Drone U training events

Drone News Update
Drone News: Paladin Class B BVLOS Waiver, Axon Taser Drone, Blue UAS Update, Mavic 3 update

Drone News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 6:58


This week in drone news, Paladin has gotten a BVLOS waiver for class B airspace, Axon stops r&d on a Taser drone, more blue UAS added to the approved list, and a firmware upidate to the Mavic 3! Paladin Drones has received a class B BVLOS waiver for their Drone as First Responders system The waiver is for the Elizabeth Police Department in New Jersey Paladin's aircraft, the Knighthawk is a 4G LTE quadcopter with a 55 minute endurance designed specifically for first responders. Paladin's Watchtower solution also integrates video feeds with other manufacters for maximum situational awareness. https://paladindrones.io/class-b-beyond-visual-line-of-sight-waiver-granted-to-elizabeth-police-department/ Axon has stopped the plan to create a drone armed with a taser after a majority of its ethics board resigned due to the project. Axon founder and CEO stated “we are pausing work on this project and refocusing to further engage with key constituencies to fully explore the best path forward,” The board voted 8-4 against Axon continuing work on the project https://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory/axon-halts-plans-taser-drone-ethics-board-resign-85211941 More aircraft have been added to the Blue UAS list, including the Wingtra one, Alta x, Spirit, and Ebee Tac We've been critical in the past of the limited aircraft on the blue UAS list, the addition of these aircraft should allow for more competition and more capability Previously we reported that the capabilities of Blue UAS are lacking when compared to other manufacturers, such as DJI and Autel. https://dronexl.co/2022/06/03/wingtraone-altax-spirit-ebee-tac-blue-suas/ The telephoto lens now supports RAW Different frame rates for video (4K 25, 30, 50 Manual ISO and Shutter speed DJI May have also finally fixed the GPS issues! HLG on the main camera D-Log and HLG when recording master shots and Quickshots Check out the full changes on DroneXL! https://dronexl.co/2022/06/01/dji-mavic-3-firmware-update-gps/

B&H Photography Podcast
Drone Photography 2022, with Randy Scott Slavin

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 43:41


It's been a minute since we spoke about drones on the B&H Photography Podcast. The last time we did, it was about drones in news photography and before that, drone work in landscape photography. But today we welcome back to the show one of our earliest guests on the podcast, Randy Scott Slavin.   Slavin is an aerial photographer and drone operator, as well as a motion director and still photographer. He started his company Yeah Drones in 2013, at the dawn of drone use in film and commercial work, and his clients include Showtime, Netflix, ESPN, Saturday Night Live, and CNN, among many others.  Slavin's work crosses all genres from advertising to film, working with small teams and big crews, and he understands drone use from the photographer's perspective as well as a flyer, racer, and builder of drones.   With Slavin, we discuss his recent projects, his workflow, and how he decides which drone is best for each assignment. We also talk about drones and cameras for large professional shoots and those geared more for advanced amateurs. We discuss new technologies and the recent improvements made in navigation, cameras, and batteries and ask which manufacturers are competing with DJI in the drone marketplace. Join us for this informative conversation. This episode is sponsored by Logitech for Creators, and their Blue Yeti USB Microphone.   Guest: Randy Scott Slavin   Photographs © Randy Scott Slavin

Award winning Landcape Photographer Christian Fletcher and Carwyn talk Landscape Photography, this is Lightminded.
Join us on an Esperance roadtrip, with Tony Hewitt and Sir Peter Eastway, plus a VERY NEAR MISS that could have been lethal.

Award winning Landcape Photographer Christian Fletcher and Carwyn talk Landscape Photography, this is Lightminded.

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 30:36


Join us on an Esperance roadtrip, with Tony Hewitt and Sir Peter Eastway, plus a VERY NEAR MISS that could have been lethal.

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
Using Punchlists to Stop Ransomware

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 82:36


Using Punchlists to Stop Ransomware I really appreciate all of the emails I get from you guys. And it is driving me to do something I've never done before now. I've always provided all kinds of free information. If you're on my email list, you get great stuff. But now we're talking about cyber punch lists.  [Automated transcript follows] [00:00:16] Of course, there are a number of stories here that they'll come out in the newsletter or they did, excuse me, go in the newsletters should have got on Tuesday morning. [00:00:26] And that's my insider show notes, which is all of the information that I put together for my radio appearances radio shows. And. Also, of course, I sent it off to the hosts that these various radio stations. So they know what taught because, oh, who really tracks technology, not too many people. And I get a little off-put by some of these other radio hosts, they call themselves tech people, and they're actually marketing people, but. [00:00:57] That's me. And that's why, if you are on my list, you've probably noticed I'm not hammering you trying to sell you stuff all the time. It's good. Valuable content. And I'm starting something brand new. Never done this before, but this is for you guys. Okay. You know that I do cybersecurity. As a business and I've been doing it now for more than three decades. [00:01:22] I dunno if I should admit that right there. Say never say more than 17 years. Okay. So I've been doing it for more than 17 years and I've been on the internet now for. Oh, 40 years now. Okay. Back before it was even called the internet, I helped to develop the silly thing. So over the years, we've come up with a number of different strategies. [00:01:43] We have these things that are called plan of action and milestones, and we have all kinds of other lists of things that we do and that need to be done. So what we're doing right now is we're setting up. So that you can just email me M e@craigpeterson.com. And I will go ahead and send you one of these punch lists. [00:02:09] Now the punch lists are around one specific topic. We've got these massive. Punch lists with hundreds and hundreds of things on them. And those are what we use when we go in to help clean up the cybersecurity and accompany. So we'll go in, we'll do scans. We will do red team blue team, or we're attacking. [00:02:30] We do all kinds of different types of scans using different software, trying to break in. We use the same tools that the hackers use in order to see if we can. Into your systems and if the systems are properly secured, so we do all of this stuff and then it goes into all of the paperwork that needs to be done to comply with whatever might be, it might be, they accept payment cards. It might be that they have. But information, which is healthcare information. And it might be also that they're a government contractor. So there are hundreds and hundreds of things that they have to comply with. Most of them are procedural. So we have all of this stuff. [00:03:13] We do all of this stuff. And I was talking with my wife here this last week about it and said, yes, That's so much of this could be used by small companies that can't afford to hire my team to come in and clean things up. And I don't want them to suffer. So here's what we're doing. We're starting this next week. [00:03:36] We have a punch list for you on email. So what are the things you can do should do for email? Just very narrow on email so that you can recognize a Fisher. Email, what you might want to do to lock down your outlook, if you're on windows or your Mac mail. So we're taking these massive spreadsheets that we have and we're breaking them up. [00:04:03] So the first one that's available to you guys, absolutely. A hundred percent free. Is the one on email. So just send me an email. Me M e@craigpeterson.com. Now, remember I am, my business is a business to business, but almost everything in these various. Punch lists applies to individuals as well. [00:04:27] So I got an email this last week from a guy saying, Hey, I'm 80 years old and retired and I don't know much about computers. And that's what got us thinking about. No, we need to be able to help him. We need to be able to help you out. Okay. And if you're a small business and we've dealt with a lot of them over the years, and as a small business, you just don't have the funds to bring in an expert, whether it's me or somebody else, although yeah. [00:04:56] You want the best anyways. It it is going to allow you to do it yourself. Okay. So absolutely free. All of these punch lists on all of these topics. We're probably going to end up with more than a hundred of these punch lists. And all you do is email me M e@craigpeterson.com. Just let me know in there what you're interested in. [00:05:19] So even if we haven't got that punch list broken down for you yet, we will go ahead and put that on the. To do right. We need the priorities. What kind of a priority should we have as we're putting these things together for free for people. And the only way we know is if you ask, so the first one's on email, you can certainly ask for email. [00:05:39] We've got, as I said, more than a hundred others, that we think we're going to be able to pull out of the exact. Plan of action worksheets that we use so that you can go through this yourself, whether you're a home user or you are a small business or even a big business, we were talking with a gentleman who's probably listening right now, who has a business. [00:06:06] They have three offices, they have some requirement because of the military contracts for high level. Cybersecurity. And they would work for him too. All right. So they, this is all of the punch list stuff. He probably know what a punch list is. It's used in the construction industry a lot, but in our case, it's indeed to do this. [00:06:27] You need to do this, you need to do this. Okay. So that's what that's all about. So enough rambling on that. It's going to take us some time to get them all together. I'm also. And then her do more video stuff again, training. So just like on the radio show where we're talking about what's in the news, we're going to talk about watch what's in the news. [00:06:49] When it comes to small businesses, what you should be paying attention to with of course, an emphasis on cyber security and. Putting those up on my website@craigpeterson.com. In fact, we've already got some up there already, and then we are going to also be putting them on YouTube and rumble. So if you don't like YouTube and Google, then you can certainly go to rumble. [00:07:14] You'll see them there. But if you're on the email list, Starting to put links in the bottom of the emails. So you can go and watch those videos. If you're a video type person that you know, more visual. So it's, I think all good. And it's good news for everybody. And this is what happens, I think, as you get more mature, In the business. [00:07:36] As I said, I've been on the internet for more than 40 years, helped develop some of that software that some of it's still in use today and now it's time to do more give back. And I really am trying to give back, okay, there's this isn't. This isn't a joke. No joke. So go ahead. Email me at Craig Peterson. [00:07:57] Tell me which punch list that you would like. And I can also put you on my email list so that you get my insider show notes, and you can just do that yourself by going to Craig Peterson. Calm. You'll see right up at the top of the page. If you scroll down a little bit, it'll pop up. It's a big red bar that goes across the top. [00:08:17] I try not to be too intrusive and you can sign up there for the newsletter. So you'll get some of these trainings automatically. You'll get my insider show notes, all of this stuff. It's absolutely free. Okay. This is my give back to help you out. It really is. Okay. As I mentioned at the very beginning. [00:08:37] Peeve by some of these people that represent themselves as tech experts. And in fact, all they are marketers. We've got a client that decided that I was too expensive. My team. So they went out and shopped around, tried to find the cheapest company they could. And so now the company that they're bringing in is saying, you're saying Hey so how does this work? [00:08:59] How do you do zero trust? Why do you have a firewall here? Why do you bother to have a direct fiber link between the offices? All this stuff? Because they need it. Okay. I get it. You use. Barracuda spam firewalls and Barracuda firewall holes it, yeah, this is a different league. Okay. So you're going to be getting these punch lists from me that are really going to help you understand and secure your systems. [00:09:29] This isn't your average run of the mill, managed security services provider or managed services or break fix shop. You're getting it from the guy that the FBI. InfraGuard program went to, to do their trainings. That was me. Okay. So for two years I set up the program. I ran it. And if we ever sitting down and having a coffee or a beer, sometimes I'll tell you why I left. [00:09:53] Okay. But think about FBI and I think you might have a clue as to why I decided not to do that anymore. I trained thousands of businesses, government agencies, state local. Federal, you name it. So you're getting what you really need, which is another problem. I keep hearing from people, you do a search for something on YouTube or Google and you get what a million, 5 million pages, as supposedly that it says are available and they give you, okay, then here's the top one. But what you need is an integrated, single. To do things where everything works together. And that's what I'm trying to do for you guys, because there's so many little products, different products that just don't work so well together. [00:10:46] So we'll be covering that as well in these, but you gotta be on that email list. Craig peterson.com. Craig Peterson, S O n.com/subscribe. We'll take you right to the subscription page and I'll keep you up to date. This is not my paid newsletter. All right, stick around. We'll be right back. And I promise I'll get to Russia. [00:11:12] Some of the high-tech companies and others pulled out of Russia after the Ukraine invasion, but one stayed Google. What is going on with Google? And now they're in big trouble with the Russian government. Wow  [00:11:28] here's the list of companies according to seeing that, that have. Out of Russia because you remember Russia invaded !Ukraine, February 24, we had Adobe, these are the guys that make Photoshop, Adobe reader. Airbnb has an interesting story too in Ukraine because a number of quite a number of Airbnb customers went ahead and rented rooms and homes from Ukrainians, even though they had no intention of going and they told the Ukrainians, Hey. [00:11:59] The I'm not going to show up, just take this money. I'm sure you need it. Can you imagine that? But that's fantastic. Good for them, Amazon. They suspended shipments of all retail products at customers in Russia and Bella ruse and also suspended prime video for users. Apple stopped selling its product in rushes. [00:12:21] It's halting online transactions, including limiting apple pay. It's also disabled. Some apple map features in Ukraine in order to protect civilians, Amazon web services. They don't have data centers or offices in Russia, but it stopped allowing new signups for the service in Russia. BMW for GM, huh? I have all scaled back their operations or stopped them. [00:12:49] Ford suspended its operations in Russia effective immediately until further notice. GM is suspending business in Russia. Honda has a suspended exports to Russia, Disney halted, all theatrical releases in Russia, including the new Pixar film, turning red, also pause content DJI. The drone company that has gotten in trouble here in the U S for some of its practices of sending GPS information to China while they're not doing it over there. [00:13:20] Electronic arts. They make a bunch of very popular games, epic games, and other one Erickson, FIFA body band Russia from this year's world cup formula one canceled its plan planned Russian grump, pre Fujitsu, Goldman Sachs. Now Google that's where I want to go. We'll stop at Google here for a minute. [00:13:44] Google. Suspended their ad network in Russia. And the idea was okay. We're not sure how payments are going to work because Russia of course has had this kind of this lockdown by foreign countries on their banking system. We're not sure we can get the money out. That's what they're apparently doing now. [00:14:08] They're still there. Google's YouTube it search engine on and on still running in Russia. Now that is really disturbing. If you ask me, why did they not pull out? It doesn't make sense. So Google did stop accepting new customers for Google cloud in March. YouTube said is removing videos at denier trivial trivialize, the Russian invasion, but what finally got. [00:14:42] Out of Russia, Russia seized their bank accounts. They froze them. They transferred their money out of the main bank account in Russia. We're talking about a $2 billion per year business, Google Russia, that really upsets me. So I did a little more research online about all of this, and I was really surprised to see that you crane now has given the Ukraine peace prize to Google. [00:15:12] And it says, quote, on the behalf of Ukrainian people with gratitude for the support during this pivotal moment in our nation's history. So what is it? I'm not sure. So they're one of their foreign ministers, and Karen. I think I said, thank you. From the beginning of the war, Google has sought to help power. [00:15:35] However we can through humanitarian support of our tools, we'll continue to do as long as needed. So I dug in a little more and tried to figure out what's up. Russia or Google left its Russian search engine online and YouTube online and was using it in Russia in order to. Control the narrative in Russia. [00:15:59] Now, unlike what they've done here in the U S where Google hasn't been caught, many times controlling the narrative in various elections and taking certain ads and not taking others and taking certain business and not taking others, apparently in Russia, it has been. Blocking a lot of the stuff that Russia itself has been putting out. [00:16:23] So the federal government there in Russia. Interesting. Hey, so they also have helped you crane out by providing them with mapping GPS and rumor has it satellite services. Yeah, interest in it to track Russian troop movements. All also Ukraine saying the Google news component has also been tremendously valuable. [00:16:51] Google's also helping to raise money for the cause of Ukraine. Like many companies are doing right now to help people displace due to the war and Poland. Wow. They've been doing yeoman's work and bringing. People in, by the millions, into Poland from Ukraine or reminds me when I lived in Calgary, Alberta, my Cub, one of the Cub masters Cub troop leaders was a woman who came from Poland many years ago. [00:17:18] This was back during Soviet occupation. Poland. And I remember talking to her about what was happening over there. Why did she leave? And it was just so impressive. The polls have done so much impressive stuff over the years. So they're also saying that Google has done a lot of other things in order to. [00:17:39] Help protect Ukraine, including Google's blocked domains. They've prevented phishing attacks against Ukraine. They warned targeted individuals that they are being targeted. It's really something what they've done. So my first knee jerk was why is Google? Still doing business in Russia while now it's become clear because they have a special page for Russians that gives correct information, at least, Google is claiming it's correct. [00:18:13] I don't know which fact-check teachers checkers they're using. That gives Russians real information about the war what's going on in Ukraine. What's happening with the Russian soldiers. Did you see this? Just this last week, the apparently Russia removed the age limit for volunteers for the military. [00:18:35] It used to be, I think it was 40 years old. If you were a Russian citizen and 30 years old, if you are a foreign national, now the Russian military will take any. At any age from anywhere. In other words, Russia has really getting hard up if they want people like me to fight their wars. [00:18:54] I'm sure they don't really want, I don't know. Maybe they do want me, that every war needs cannon fodder. So it is fascinating to see good job Google. I am quite impressed. I did not expect them to be doing that. They've also. Provided over $45 million in donations and grants to various groups. [00:19:18] They've done pro bono work for various organizations over there. So this is really cool. So that's it. That's what's happening over there? Yeah. Crane and Googled, you can of course, find out a lot more. Get my insider show notes. So you had all of this on Tuesday morning. You could have digested it all and be ahead of everybody else out there. [00:19:43] And then also don't forget about my new offer here. Free, absolutely free for anyone. Asks by emailing me@craigpeterson.com. I'll go ahead and send them to you, which is I think a pretty cool thing now. What am I going to send you? You got to ask first, right? You got to ask. And what we're going to be doing is taking what I have been using for years to help secure my customer. [00:20:14] And we're making available for free my cyber punch lists. Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [00:20:22] Bit of a hub-bub here. Biden's infrastructure bill $1.2 trillion. And it's in there is this thing that Bob Barr's calling an automobile kill switch. I did some more research and we'll tell you the facts right now.  [00:20:39] What are you supposed to do? If you are trying to pass a bill to stop drunk driving deaths, and you've got all of the money in the world, Joe I guess 1.2 trillion, isn't all of the money in the world. What are you going to put in there? I did a search on this and I'm chuckling because this is craziness. [00:20:59] This is the AP associated press. And they've got this article claiming. President and Joe Biden signed a bill that will give law enforcement access to a kill switch that will be attached to all new cars in 2026 APS assessment false. Okay. So we've got fact checkers here while the bipartisan infrastructure bill Biden signed last year requires advanced drunk and impaired driving technology to become standard equipment in cars. [00:21:31] Experts say. Technology doesn't amount to a kill switch. Let me see. So I can't start the car. If the car's computer thinks I might be drunk or impaired in some other way, but that's not a kill switch. What is that? Then if I can't start the car, because I have a disagreement with the computer. How about these people that I don't know, maybe their eyes can't open all of the weight. [00:21:59] Maybe they have problems with eyes on nystagmus though. Eyes jittering back and forth. And then now what are they going to argue with the computer? That's a kill switch. I can't believe these crazy people that are like AP here, coming up with fact checking on things. So yeah, I'm sure there some distortions in some articles out there, but they contradicted themselves and to bear graphs, I guess they figure people are just going to see false. [00:22:30] Okay. I'm done. And they're not going to bother reading the rest of the article. Ah, Kind of crazy, isn't it? So according to an article written by member, former us representative Bob BARR in the infrastructure bill, is this kill switch. Now the big question is what is the kill switch? How far does it. [00:22:55] So I decided let's look up something I remember from years ago and that is GM has the OnStar system it's yet another reason I won't buy GM, there are a number of reasons, but this doesn't, it. OnStar system, they've got an advisors and that grade, and if your car is in a car accident, a crash that advisor can hop on and ask if you're okay. [00:23:22] And if you want emergency services coming, they'll come OnStar. We'll call them. And if you are just fine, they won't bother calling. If there's no answer at all, they'll call emergency services and let them know where the vehicle is because the vehicle has with OnStar built-in GPS. One of the features of OnStar is that it can send a signal to disable cars, engines, and gradually slow the vehicle to an idle speed to assist police in recovering the vehicle. [00:23:58] Now they will only do that at least right now for vehicles that have been reported stolen and have been confirmed by the police. So in reality, that's cool, right? It slows down. Hopefully the bad guy, if he's on the highway, makes it over to the side of the road and while the car slows down and eventually stops. [00:24:22] So all of this stuff sounds good. This kill switch. Sounds good. Doesn't it? Because we're going to keep drunk drivers off the road. Now in reality, of course, they're not going to be able to keep drunk drivers or other impaired drivers off the road. I really don't care what kind of technology they put in. [00:24:44] And they're not talking about putting in one of these blow in the tube, things that checks your blood alcohol level. They're talking about having a camera facing you as the driver and probably other occupants of the vehicles and that internally facing camera. Is going to evaluate you. It's going to look at you. [00:25:07] It's going to look at your face. If something droopy, or are you slow to respond? It might have a little test to that. It has you take right there. The law is very loosey goosey on any details. There really aren't any, so it's going to be up to the manufacturer. So they put this in the car step. [00:25:28] Just like OnStar, step one, put it in the car and they'll tell you when to turn you remember how cool that was the GPS with OnStar. And you tell ya, I want to go to this address. And then the assistant goes ahead and sends programming to your car. And now you can go. And if you lock your keys in the car, they can unlock the car for you. [00:25:51] All kinds of cool stuff. And then next up what happened. But they can stop the vehicle. So there's another technology story related to OnStar. And this is from 2009 from Kelly blue book, OnStar stolen vehicle slowed down Fort it's first carjacking. So again, doesn't that sound fantastic. And this was a Tahoe OnStar. [00:26:18] And the driver and his passenger forced out of the vehicle robbed by a shotgun wielding perp who then drove off in the SUV. And the OnStar dispatcher was able to locate the vehicle using GPS advice please, of exact location. And as soon as the police establish visual contact, the stolen vehicle slowdown system is activated available on a number of GM cars and trucks. [00:26:43] So this was over a decade. That this happened, but the technology's evolved. Yeah. So we initially have all of these car companies trying to decide, okay, so we've got this kill switch law, which AP says is not a kill switch law because they talk to experts just the, what was it? 52 people heads of intelligence. [00:27:08] Committees and agencies said that this wasn't a collusion hope, right? So they talked to experts who said no, this isn't a kill switch, but that's today you can argue, it's not a kill switch. I would completely disagree with you. Day one. It's a kill switch. Cause you can't start your car. It's a kill switch. [00:27:25] I kill switch is often something you hide somewhere on the car so you can kill the engine. So it can't be stolen. It's a kill switch. Come on. People fact checkers aside, but this could potentially allow law enforcement again, to shut down your car. Remotely track the cars, metrics, location, maybe the passenger load, because remember now cars are tracking all of this. [00:27:51] They've already been. Tickets issued by police. The did not see anyone speeding. The car was not caught on a traffic camera, but they hook up a device to your cars port that talks to its computer. And the computer says, yeah, he was doing 80 miles an hour, five minutes. And all of a sudden you got a ticket, right? [00:28:12] Massachusetts wants to go ahead now and say, ah yeah. Let's charge by the mile that you drive in mass. Because of course you're not getting enough revenue from gasoline because of the electric cars, electric cars are not paying their fair share when it comes to road taxes. So let's do it that way. [00:28:32] So how are they going to collect the information while. And they're going to hook up to your car's computer. The next thing coming down the road in it's already in most cars is wireless data connectivity, or you might've found already. If you have a Nissan, a Honda, many other cars. You have to get a major, upgrade it very 600 bucks up to a few grand for an expensive car, but the two G data network. [00:29:02] And we talked about this on the show already is being completely shut down by the end of the year. So they've got to replace it and switch you over. To the L G E data network, which of course eventually will go away as well, or at least three G what happens once it's all hooked up? The next easy step is just feed all of that information straight to the government. [00:29:26] Craig peterson.com. [00:29:30] If you've been afraid of ransomware before, I've got a good example for you where a whole country now has been ransomed. Absolutely crazy. So we'll talk about that. What is the state of ransomware? And the NSA is asking us to trust them again. [00:29:47] Of course staying up to date means that you get my insider newsletter pretty much every Tuesday morning. [00:29:54] And the only way to get that is to go to Craig Peterson.com/subscribe. And I will keep you up to date. You'll get even more insight information. The Costa Rican government has declared a state of national emergency. And to the best of my knowledge, this is the first time a government has done this because agencies of the Costa Rican government have been hit so badly by the Conti rants. [00:30:24] That the new incoming president immediately declared a state of emergency. So now the country has expanded law enforcement powers and they are trying to go after the Conti ransomware group. No between you and me. Good luck on that one. They are based in Russia. There's a number of different articles out this week. [00:30:47] This one from ADV Intel at tech target. But according to their research, the Conti ransomware groups attack on Costa Rican government was part of a rebranding effort. So this ransomware gang has seen a lot of their payments, just dry up. Because it's harder to get the money in. And what are you going to do with cryptocurrency? [00:31:11] If you're the Conti group, can you turn it into anything useful? It depends on the country you're in, but for most people, no. Okay. Absolutely. No. So we were able to knock the Conti ransomware groups website. Offline. And we talked about that before here. The U S government did that, but now this is marking a new chapter for the cybercrime landscape. [00:31:38] Interesting. Isn't it? So there are some investigations that have been going on. They've been trying to figure out what happened. What was the cause of the downfall of the Conti ransomware group? Are they really gone? Why did they pull their website offline and. They declared publicly support for Russia in its invasion of Ukraine. [00:32:02] And so now the Conti ransomware group got hacked and held ransom. They suffered major league. As a consequence. So other hackers went after Conti, which is a hacking group and they showed here from internal documents that were stolen, that the Conti ransomware gangs primary Bitcoin address, which was found in the leak, showed that they had taken in over $2 billion in cryptocurrency over the last five. [00:32:35] Isn't that just amazing and anonymous leaker has published more of the gangs communications, that can help the mass for sure. But you think with that much money, they'd be able to protect themselves right now on top of it, because of the hack of Costa Rica and the major damages, because the U S government has offered a couple of bounties here. [00:33:00] Against the Conti ransomware group. So there's $10 million available. If you can provide the feds with information about the leaders of the Conti ransomware group and $5 million that you can get leading to the arrest of anyone involved with a Conti ransomware attack. Isn't that something. So ransomware has been really out of control for years. [00:33:25] There's no signs that things are actually slowing down. Definitely been enhanced law enforcement efforts to track them down. But I'll ultimately here, the core members of these groups have been escaping these law enforcement activities. They've been using mules like 2000 mules. Have you seen that movie? [00:33:46] But the idea is they get people primarily in the U S because that's where most of the money comes from. They do rent. Of people and businesses information here. In fact, last year, it's estimated that 60%, six, 0% of small businesses were hacked, which is just crazy. No wonder has got $2 billion. Okay. [00:34:07] What are we supposed to do? What are they doing to really come after us? They're doing many of the same things. These mules will be hired saying, Hey, I just need to use your PayPal account. And all you have to do is transfer some money. 5%, 10% of the money I put in there. And they've always got these excuses, think that I, Jerry, an email scams from years past, and frankly still go around a little bit here, but large bounties are really becoming a part of the toolbox, a law enforcement's been using in the us and abroad to try and track them down. [00:34:44] And that's really what they're hoping for down in Costa Rica, because what are they going to do? Frankly, really what are they going to do? I don't know. And they obviously are relying on the United States to help them out with this. And the internal structure of the Conti group has been highly organized. [00:35:03] They've got the same type of structure of legitimate corporation would have it takes it to work that needs to be done. They hire contractors that may not even know who they're actually working for to write small pieces of a code here that gets tied. So it's not too surprising that a Conti affiliate is going to go far enough to cause a national emergency to be declared. [00:35:30] One of the things that Conti has done and some of these other ransomware companies have done companies gangs. They have ransomware as a service. So there's all of these people that are affiliated with Conti and all you have to do is get the Conti ransomware onto someone's computer and ta-da, they will pay you. [00:35:54] It's really that simple. They've got tech support for the people that are ran through there. They got ransomed to help them supposedly pay, right? How do I buy Bitcoin? And they'll walk you through. And then they will help you with restoring your files. Hopefully they can be restored. They are, they can't always be restorative. [00:36:15] I think right now the latest number I saw. How about 60% of people who have their data encrypted and ransomed are in fact able to get that data, but there's 60% of the data back. So that's not too big a deal, but Conti operates on affiliate. And this affiliate that went ahead and grandson and our friends in Costa Rica is called UNC 1 7 5 6, uncles, 7 56. [00:36:51] They're also suspected in other attacks on government servers, including a theft of intelligence materials. Peru. And this attacker has already leaked information stolen from Costa Rica and it's on the Conti ransomware dark web portal, which is online. And after the former president of the country refused to pay a $10 million ransom demand, they started leaking the data. [00:37:17] So in this case, focus has been on the national government agencies. They are potentially looking at what might you might call espionage, but these Conti ransomware affiliates have become famous for really quickly exploiting new vulnerabilities as they're published and being indiscriminate in who they attack, because $2 billion. [00:37:39] And then the other part that I think is really interesting here. W we're talking about money, we're talking about real money, obviously, Conti deals almost exclusively in Bitcoin, which can be hard to turn into hard currencies, but that our friends in Costa Rica have said, no we're not going to. [00:37:59] Knowing what has been stolen and what they no longer have access to. In fact, the president said that the company, the country Costa Rica is effectively at war. Now, they got a foothold Conti did in 27 agencies at different levels of the. And the yeah. Okay. So Conti is say, I'm looking at an article in the register here. [00:38:26] Conti is apparently has made more than 150 million from a thousand plus victims while we know it's actually 2 billion, but it depends on the timeframe that they're talking about. And the Conti says that they are determined to overthrow the government by means of a cyber attack. We've already shown you all the strength and power. [00:38:45] You have introduced an emergency. It's really quite something. 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[00:41:24] Look for my emails and if you would please. Thumbs up on your favorite podcasting platform, YouTube or rumble or subscribe. Thanks. [00:41:37] We're going to talk about the Senate bill that has big tech scared, really scared. I'll talk about a new job site problem for a number of different industries because of hackers and cloud, the cost and reliability. [00:41:53] This tech bill. It has the Senate really scared. [00:41:57] He is frankly, quite a big deal for those of you who are watching over on of course, rumble or YouTube. I'm pulling this up on this screen. This is an article. ARS Technica and they got it originally from wired it's it was out in wired earlier in the month. And it's pointing out a real big problem that this isn't just a problem. [00:42:23] This is a problem for both the legislature. In this case, we're going to talk about the Senate and a problem for our friend. In big tech. So let us define the first problem as the big tech problem. You're Amazon. You are Google. Those are the two big targets here of this particular bill. We're going to talk about, or maybe your Facebook or one of these other Facebook properties, et cetera. [00:42:50] If you are a small company that wants to compete with any of these big guys, What can you do? Obviously you can do what everyone's been telling us. Oh, you don't like the censorship, just make your own platform. And there've been a lot of places and people that are put a lot of money into trying to make their own platform. [00:43:12] And some of them have had some mild successes. So for instance, I'm on. You can watch my videos there. And there have been some successes that rumble has had and making it into kind of the competition to YouTube. But YouTube is still the 800 pound gorilla. Everybody wants to be where the cool kids are. [00:43:32] So for most people. That YouTube. They look at YouTube as being the popular place. Thus, we should be, we are obviously saw the whole thing with Elon Musk and Twitter, and the goings on there. And Twitter really is the public square, although it's died down a lot because of this censorship on Twitter. [00:43:52] Interesting. So as time goes forward, these various big companies are worried about potential competition. So how do they deal with that? This is where the real problems start coming in because we saw Amazon, for instance, in support of an internet sales tax. You remember that whole big deal. The internet had been set aside saying, Hey, no states can tax the internet and that's going to keep the internet open. [00:44:21] That's going to help keep it free. And people can start buying online. And that worked out fairly well. A lot of people are out there, why would Amazon support a sales tax on the internet? They are the biggest merchant on the internet, probably the biggest merchant period when it comes to not just consumer goods, but a lot of goods, like a staples might carry for business. [00:44:45] So they'd have to deal with what they're 9,000 different tax jurisdictions in the United States. And then of course all these other countries, we're not going to talk about them right now, but the United States 9,000 tax jurisdictions. So why would Amazon support an internet sales tax when there's 5,000 tax jurisdictions? [00:45:10] The reason is it makes life easier for them when it comes to competition. So if you are a little. And do you want to sell your widgets or your service? Whatever it might be online. You now have to deal with 9,000 tax jurisdictions. It's bad enough in the Northeast. If you are in New Hampshire, if you live in New Hampshire and you spend more than, I think it's 15% of your time south of the border and mass, then mass wants you to pay income tax for that 15% that you are spending your time there. [00:45:48] Now they do that with the. Baseball teams with football teams, hockey, you name it, right? So the big football team comes into town. The Patriots are paying the New York jets or whatever it might be. The Patriots have to pay New York state taxes, income tax now because they stepped foot in New York heaven forbid that they try and do business there and help New York state out. [00:46:12] And they now have to pay income tax. Now they only have to pay income tax for, or for the amount of time. They're more New York. Various states have various weirdnesses, but if you're only playing 1, 2, 3 dozen games a year, It isn't like your normal work here, which is 2080 hours. We're talking about their plane to New York and they're only spending maybe 10 hours working in New York, but that represents what percentage, 10, 20, 30% of their income, depending on how many games they play and how they're paying. [00:46:45] And so they got to keep track of all that and figure it out. Okay. We played in New York, we played in New Jersey. We're in mass. We were they weren't in New Hampshire, certainly the Patriots plane, but they got to figure it all out. Guess what? Those big pay. Football players, hockey, baseball. [00:47:03] They can afford to have a tax accountant, figure it all out and then battle with them. I had a booth one time at a trade show down in Connecticut. Didn't say. Thing it was terrible trade shows, man. They aren't what they used to be. And they haven't been for a long time. This is probably a decade plus ago, maybe even 20 years ago. [00:47:26] So I had a little booth, we were selling our services for cybersecurity and of course, nobody wanted to bother pain for cybersecurity who needs it. I haven't been hacked yet. Although there's an interesting article. We'll talk about next week based on a study that shows. Small businesses are going out of business at a huge rate because of the hacks because of ransomware. [00:47:49] And if you're worried about ransomware, I've got a really great little guide that you can get. Just email me, me@craigpeterson.com. I'll send it off to you, right? It's a free thing. Real information, not this cruddy stuff that you get from so many marketers, cause I'm an engineer. They'll go out of business. [00:48:10] So they figured I haven't got a business yet, not a big deal. And so no body. There's big trade show. And I was so disappointed with the number of people that even showed up for this silly thing. So what happens next while I get back to the office and about a month to two months later, I get this notice from the state of Connecticut they're tax people saying that I haven't paid my Connecticut taxes yet. [00:48:37] And because I was in connected. I should be paying my income tax for that day that I spent and wasted in Connecticut. Oh. And plus every company in Connecticut that I'm doing business with now, I need to collect their taxes and pay them the taxes that I'm collecting for those Connecticut businesses are resident. [00:48:59] I didn't sell a thing. You know what it took almost, I think it was three or maybe four years to get the state of Connecticut to finally stop sending me all of these threatening notices because I didn't get a dime from anybody in Connecticut. So I'd love the internet from that standpoint saying you don't have to collect taxes in certain cases, certain states, et cetera, unless you have a legal nexus or a legal presence there in the state. So back to Amazon, Amazon loves the idea of having everything on the internet packs. They love the fact that there's 9,000 plus tax jurisdictions. When you get right down to city, state county Lilian, either local taxes, or you look at those poor residents of New York state, or they're poor residents out in Washington state that have to worry about that, right? [00:49:52] There's county taxes, state sales tax. City sales tax, and income taxes are much the same, the, all of these crazy cities and states around the country. Yeah. The ones that are in serious trouble right now, they are those same ones. Those particular jurisdictions are hard to deal with. So from Amazon standpoint is just like the Patriots football players. [00:50:17] We've got plenty of money. We've got teams of lawyers. We have all kinds of accountant. We can handle this and you know why Amazon really loves it because it provides another obstacle for any competitors who want to enter the business. That's the real reason, so many big businesses don't go ahead and charge you serious money so that they can use that money against you. [00:50:48] Okay. You see where I'm going with this? Because if you want to start a business that competes with Amazon, if you want to have a doilies, you're making doilies. My grandmother used to make them all the time and she had them on the toilet paper in the bathroom, little doily holders. Doilies everywhere. [00:51:06] And then of course, the seashells shells on top of the toilet paper holders. If you want to do that and sell it, how are you going to deal online with 9,000 tax jurisdictions? All what you're going to do is you're going to go to Etsy, or you may be going to go to Amazon marketplace and sell your product there. [00:51:25] An Amazon marketplace. So Amazon is taking its cut out of it at is taking it's cut off. And you still ultimately have some of that tax liable. Amazon loves it. It's the same reason you see these groups forums, right? Barbers saying, oh, we've got to be regulated. Really you need to have a regulation in place for barbers. [00:51:49] You need to have licensing for barbers. Why do they do that? They do that. Not just barbers, right? It's all of these licensures and various states. They do that really to keep people. To keep their prices high. That's why they do it because someone can't just put up a sign and say, Hey, I am now a barber. [00:52:10] Come get a haircut. And if you don't like the barber, if they do a lousy job, you go elsewhere. We don't need all of the bureaucracy on top of this to enforce licensure. Anyways, when we get back, let's talk about that Senate. It's a big deal. And I am coming down in the middle of this thing. Hey, visit me online. [00:52:30] Sign up right now. Craig peterson.com and get my special report on passwords. [00:52:38] We just talked about why big business loves regulation. It helps protect them from up and coming small business, frankly, let's look at this bill, the Klobuchar and Grassley just introduced in the Senate. [00:52:54] I am coming down in the middle of this bill. And let me tell you why we really do have a problem with some of these big businesses. [00:53:04] For those of you who were watching here on rumble or YouTube, I'm going to pull this up. This is an article that was originally in wired and is in ARS Technica, great website. They got lots of good information and the title of the bill is a Senate bill that has big texts. So the question is why now are ours technical? [00:53:27] I'm going to scroll this down so you can see what they are saying. They're claiming that this is really apocalyptic that frankly the people who are pushing against this bill are obviously the wrong people and everything else. But I love this point here. This is from a senior VP of policy at Yelp. [00:53:50] You can see this on my screen. Luther Lowe. And he's talking about this bill. Actually one of two. Antitrust bills is what they're called in the us. There's voted out of committee by a very strong bi-partisan vote. And the other bill is to regulate app stores and there's issues with that too, that we won't really be talking about today, but they have to do with protecting you the consumer. [00:54:19] If you can load any app you want from any app store on the internet, on your iPhone, is your iPhone still? Versus having to get it from apple. We're not talking about that one right now. This is Congress's shot here to stop big tech companies from abusing what they're calling a gatekeeper status. [00:54:42] So we're going to talk about that. What is this gig key keeper status? What does that mean? So Luther low back to him, VP of policy at Yelp long time ago. Antagonist says it, the ball game. That's how these guys stay big and relevant. If they can't put their hand on the scale that it makes them vulnerable to small and medium-sized companies eating their market share. [00:55:11] Isn't that what I was. Protecting themselves, protecting themselves against the small startups. And if you've got government regulation on your side, you can just hammer them with the fact that, Hey, you guys aren't compliant, right? If you've got some major government regulation to just look at what happened with Elon Musk, when he said I'm going to buy Twitter, all of a sudden his. [00:55:40] And he, his Twitter account has problem. All of a sudden what w what his money has prompted. All of a sudden when Elon Musk's that I'm going to buy Twitter, the government started investigating Tesla. It's amazing. How these people work and how they think. It's just, it's absolutely amazing. [00:56:00] So they use these big companies, use government to beat other people over there. It's like my example of the barbers, right? Do we really need licensing for barbers? Do we really need to have a barber board that oversees barbers? If someone harms you, there are laws against that. No. When I was, for 10 years, I was in EMS. [00:56:26] I was a volunteer EMT. You guys know that emergency medical technician and my wife was. And if we were to cut someone's hair without their consent, that would be considered assault, even battery in some cases. So there's laws on the book to protect your hair. Okay. Need laws about barbers? We don't need laws about so many things. [00:56:52] The government sticks its fingers in. And so what is it? Stick his fingers in here. What are they trying to do? Let me pull that up on this screen for you. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley, CR grassy, I should say, who were our, excuse me. So are the top Democrat and Republicans on the Senate judiciary committee are saying, Hey, we need to regulate how Amazon, how Google and these others can use their position in order to. [00:57:30] Keep their fingers off the scale. So bottom line, that, that sounds like a pretty good idea to me. And that's the thing that fits on the bumpers bumper stickers, stop Google from putting their thumb on the scale. Stop Amazon from putting the thumb on the scale because we have. [00:57:47] Actual problems with this. We have seen where people who are using Amazon marketplace to sell their stuff. Why would they do that? Obviously they've got to pay a percentage to Amazon plus depending on how your business operates, you have to pay Amazon to warehouse. You're good. Just for you. You have to pay Amazon for all the logistic services for shipping, for moving around between Amazon warehouses and then for selling it, it can get pretty darn expensive. [00:58:20] Okay. Amazon charges, that seems pretty fair to me, right? The libertarian mindset. Where's the problem. I don't see the problem, Craig. The problem is that Amazon has. Own products that they want to sell more than half of what's on the Amazon store is actually sold by third parties. And we've talked about that before. [00:58:42] We talked about problems with that before, but that means that what almost half of it is sold by Amazon. So Amazon has a number of brands. Last I checked, it was a few dozen brands that don't look like they're Amazon. There's a home services brand. There's a place that sells couches or Chesterfields depending on where you're from. [00:59:06] There's a whole bunch of different businesses, clothing, businesses, et cetera, that are actually Amazon who might've bought a company or they saw. That accompany was doing really well in their marketplace by selling item X. So what do they do? They go ahead and say, okay we're going to start making an item X, see where the problem comes in. [00:59:29] So Amazon is using these small businesses that put everything on the line, right? They might have their house leveraged to the max. They might have sold their house and living with somebody else, apartments are too expensive. The cash to get their business going. They scraped the money together. [00:59:46] Maybe they had to pay $5,000 to have a mold made injection mold, and then they have the stuff made in the U S or in China, or there they're trying to print it on a 3d printer for the. Concept. And they'd go through a number of different iterations of trying to make that product work and consumers to like it. [01:00:07] And consumers give them feedback saying, what, if this was a quarter in smaller or moved over there on the product, that would just be so much more useful. So they add that they had the engineering time, they've invested quarter million dollars. Easily to get the product off the floor to get it out there and people start buying it. [01:00:29] Where are they selling it? They got to really sell it on Amazon marketplace because who else are you going to go to for logistics, sales, support, everything else. And not to mention the tax jurisdictions that want to collect money from you. And then Amazon comes out with a competing. Is that enough to drive you crazy. [01:00:51] Now we've seen this forever in the software industry. Microsoft has done this for years. Apple does it to I'm looking at a screen right here in front of me. I hooked up to an apple mini. Some of the side card functions and stuff. They were developed by a third party that spent their blood, sweat, tears, and money on developing it. [01:01:16] And then along comes a big guy and you're out of business. We've got to finish this up. We will do that. When we get back, what's a Senate doing actually here. And what does it mean to you and me? Hey, visit me online. Craig peterson.com. Get my insider information for free. [01:01:38] We just talked about how big business uses its advantages to crush potential competition. Crush them. And it's a shame and it's happened to me and many people I know, and now the Senate's getting involved and making things worse. [01:01:55] This happened to me a number of years ago, and I will never forget it. [01:02:00] It was a really big lesson for me. I had designed and written a computer system that would take the code that it was written for a much older system. And run it for much less money. So bottom line here, this was a system called Cade computer assisted data entry that was made by Sperry way back in the day. [01:02:25] Yeah. I've been in there for that long and they had little programs, so they would not punch cards, but punch right on two tapes, those big nine track tapes and that information would then be used for processing later on then. People, big businesses grocery stores, you name it. We're using that Sperry system. [01:02:48] And I designed a system that would take their COBOL is what it was. It was a form of COBOL code from this cage system. And you could use my code to compile it and run it on a Unix system. So the cost involved here was that it would be cheaper to buy a whole new Unix computer and buy new terminals and do some slight training changes. [01:03:18] But the key punch operators would be exactly the same keystrokes as they were already used to. Okay. So you know how fast they were, so it wouldn't slow than none at all. And their cost would be. Then just the maintenance contract on the old Sperry cage. Very cool stuff. And I worked really well. [01:03:38] Then I worked with a couple of sales guys at spirit because Barry had a Unix tower system. It was a mini computer that was Unix space. And I had one, I had saved up my money. We bought this thing. It was a lot of money nowadays. It'd be about a hundred thousand dollars I spent on that system and it was really great. [01:04:00] Cool. So some grocery stores started using it. They used it to build the space shuttle to design it and send it into space. RCA, Astro space used it, my system, which is all really cool. So Sperry was interested in it saying, okay let's do this. Now. I had flown myself across the country too, because I was in California at the time to do some of this work for. [01:04:25] The for RCA Astro space for the space program and help make sure it was working and get it installed, help them configure it and everything else. So I had a lot of time, a lot of money, a lot of effort into this. It was a big venture. So Sperry invited me down to their headquarters down in blue bell, Pennsylvania to talk about this. [01:04:50] And I was so excited because their sales guys wanted to sell it. They gave me some free space in a booth in Las Vegas. So I was in the Sperry booth with them and, say, yeah, you can buy this. And you're using the Sperry, the new Sperry hardware. And I went down there and talked with them. [01:05:10] They never did anything with me, or, here's a huge investment young guy. And all of this stuff just worked and they had proof of concept. They had a couple of customers already using the system and it never materialized. And then about a year and a half later, I found out Sperry had tried to duplicate my system and had messed it up terribly. [01:05:35] It wasn't keystroke compatible. So anyone using the new Sperry system, they had to learn. Okay. So I got to hit this and I got to go over here and I got to click on this. Are you kidding me using a mouse? Aren't you not? These are data entry operators. They just go all day long, just typing and. [01:05:52] They had stolen my ideas. They messed it up. They didn't do as good a job as I did, which turns out it's pretty common. And they had stolen it. They stolen years of my life. So I've seen that before with me. I've seen Microsoft do that with friends of mine, and I've seen apple do it with various products that they've decided to release. [01:06:17] They all do it. Why do you think these businesses can not spend money on research and development, and yet at the same time, stay in business as technology's continuing to move forward? Why? The reason is. They don't have to do, or why would we do T wait a minute. Now, all we have to do is either buy the company or steal the product just re-engineer. [01:06:44] Oh. And if we want to buy the company, we can do what Microsoft has been accused of doing again and again, which is. We'll just Microsoft. Let's see here. I like that database is pretty darn cool. So here's what we're going to do. So Microsoft announces, Hey, we're going to have a competitor to that in coming out soon. [01:07:03] And then they sit there and they wait and they say, okay, how many people are going to ask about, oh wow. A lot of people asking for it. In the meantime, that company that had that great little database soft. Trying to sell it. And people are saying, wait, Microsoft is going to come up with a version of this. [01:07:18] I'm just, I'm going to wait. We can wait a few months. Let's see what Microsoft. So that poor company is now seriously struggling because this big company came out and made the announcement that they're going to do something like this. And then that small company gets a knock on the door. Hey, we're Microsoft or company X. [01:07:41] And we like your product. Wow. Okay. So we're going to do a buyout. We're going to we're just, oh, this is going to be fantastic. I might have to sign what a two year contract non-compete and help them manage it. Okay. We can deal with this. And then they find out that company X says Your company is not worth that much anymore. [01:08:02] Your sales look at their sales here, man. They've gone way down. Okay. So let me see let's do a nickel on every dollar evaluation you had a year ago. This happens every day, worldwide in America, it should never happen to anyone. And as you can tell, it upsets me. So what are Klobuchar and Grassley doing here? [01:08:30] Amy, when she was running for president, she made this big deal. I'm going to pull us up on my screen. Those of you who are watching on rumble or YouTube. And you can find all of that in my website, Craig peterson.com can see here. So they are trying to protect the American consumer, right? Yeah. [01:08:49] Yeah. That's it. They're gonna protect us. And so what they're doing is saying that. Would a rule ruin Google search results because that's what Google says. Is it going to bar apple from offering new features, useful ones on the iPhone? How about Facebook? Will it stop them from moderating content? So the legislation's core idea is we will just. [01:09:17] The marketplace take care of things. We're not going to let Amazon put their products in the product listings before third parties, but how are you possibly going to be able to regulate that stuff you can't, you can regulate it talking about a bureaucracy. You'd probably need one about as big as the federal government is right now. [01:09:41] And the federal government needs to be cut back in a major way. There's this two months. How about the 150 million Americans? This article brings that up to that are currently using Amazon prime, even though the price one hump. And they have it free to prime members. It's this is a big deal. [01:10:00] The bill doesn't mention prime. Doesn't mention Google by name, Amazon. But this is going to be a nightmare to enforce the bill is not specific enough. It should be voted down. And between you and me, I don't know what can be done about this other than to have additional marketplaces show up online. And you know what the conservative social media sites are starting to win. [01:10:29] So maybe there's hope. [01:10:32] We've got two things we're going to talk about right now. One of them is tech jobs. And man, is there a lot of scamming going on there as you might expect in the second is cloud, are you looking at cloud services? Hey, a home or business. [01:10:48] You can see this. I'm going to pull this up on my screen for those watching on rumble or on YouTube, but this is a big problem. [01:10:58] And we've seen this again and again right now, they're going after certain workers in the chemical. The sector, but it isn't just the chemical sector. What we've seen is the bad guys going after anyone that's applying for a job. So let me give you a few tips here. First of all, you should not be pain to apply for a job. [01:11:25] We see that all of the time when it comes to the head hunting firms, what. Is, they will charge the business who is looking to hire someone that makes sense to you. They'll hire they'll charge the business. So oftentimes it's a percentage of the annual salary committee where from usually 20% up to a hundred percent or more, depending on the position. [01:11:49] And boy can, they make a lot of money, but they don't necessarily place. People, but you know how it is right now, there, there can be quite a few. So people have been applying for jobs to make a lot of money and not realizing that fee that supposedly they have to pay is illegitimate. So remember that. [01:12:10] Okay. The second thing has to do with this particular scam, because what they're trying to do is. Into some of these companies. So they will send a thing out saying, Hey, on my head hunter, I'm here for you. We're going to get you this job you need to apply. Are you interested in a new job now? I've seen some stats online saying that somewhere around 30 plus percent of people are looking or at least open to. [01:12:45] Take getting a new job, which means a lot more are looking for jobs. Now I have to add to that, that the people who have jumped ship over the lockdown period really are not happy. The majority of them wish they had stayed where they were at. So keep that in mind too. But what they'll do is they'll say, Hey, listen. [01:13:07] Oh, there's this new feature on LinkedIn. By the way, you can say y'all are, I'm interested in looking for a job. I forget exactly what it says, but it goes around your picture and I have it up there because I'm a contractor, I go to businesses and I'm. To harden their cybersecurity. And we usually start slowly, especially with some of these startups we're doing work with right now where they won't, they go from a completely flat network and it's all engineers and I don't want anything hindering anything. [01:13:39] And so you got to work with them and it's just, we had a time sort of a thing. Okay. I just had this one thing this week. And then move on to one thing next week as well. So that's what I do for a living. And a lot of people are looking on LinkedIn and other places to find people who can be a chief information security officer. [01:14:01] So I'm what you call a fractional chief information security officer. I do this under contract and I've been doing contracts and contract work for. I don't know if I shouldn't be on the air, but my gosh it's been now I guess it's 40 years right now. So I've been doing this for a long time. [01:14:22] So I'm familiar with some of these scams, so they didn't take my word on some of this stuff. So what they do is they say, Hey, we've got a potential job opening. Are you in interested now? When we talk about 30 plus percent of people polled say that they're looking interested in a new job, the numbers are probably a little higher. Not that everyone's going to jump ship. Some people will, but there are a lot of people that if they get this email, they're going to open it up. And so what'll happen now is this group out of North Korea called the Lazarus group? And we've talked about them before. [01:15:00] We'll go ahead and say yeah, the here's, what's going to happen here. Let's just send you this thing. You can open it up. You can look at it and see if it's really a fit for you. I love this graphic that they have. This is from dark reading. I have it up on the screen again. Rumble and YouTube. [01:15:19] What should we do now? Should I open this up? Should I not open it up? It turns out that what's happening is that Symantec and Broadcom, both have noticed this and stated in an advisory a couple of weeks ago. Be very careful because what it's going to do is install a Trojan horse on your computer. [01:15:40] So let's think about this. You're talking about the chemicals

Distancia Hiperfocal, Fotografía de Paisaje y Viajes
103. Dron DJI Mini 3 Pro para Fotografía de Paisaje

Distancia Hiperfocal, Fotografía de Paisaje y Viajes

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 50:06


En el episodio de esta semana hablamos sobre el dron Mini 3 Pro como herramienta para Fotografía de Paisaje.    >   TALLERES DE FOTOGRAFÍA Si quieres compartir conmigo jornadas inolvidables, consulta las fechas de mis próximos Talleres de Fotografía de Paisaje. Plazas limitadas. Talleres de Fotografía de Paisaje con Rafa Irusta DRON DJI MINI 3 PRO PARA FOTOGRAFÍA DE PAISAJE Hace dos semanas, y después de muchos rumores y filtraciones. la empresa DJI lanzaba su nuevo dron Mini 3 Pro. Hasta ahora, DJI tenía en su catálogo dos modelos dentro de la serie Mini, el Mini SE y del Mini 2. Esta serie Mini se puede catalogar como la gama de drones de introducción y se caracteriza por su peso, menor de 250 g. Esto supone que es la opción más recomendable para personas que quieren iniciarse en el vuelo con drones, por cuestiones de normativa. Veamos algunos datos sobre Marcado de Clase y Normativa Europea de drones. MARCADO DE CLASE DE DRONES SEGÚN LA NORMATIVA EUROPEA CLASE C0 Drones de menos de 250 g Sobrevuelo de personas dispersas. Vuelo en ciudad y resto de escenarios en espacios abiertos. CLASE C1 Drones de menos de 900 g Sobrevuelo de personas dispersas. Vuelo en resto de escenarios en espacios abiertos y sin acercarse a menos de 150 m de edificios, áreas residenciales, industriales. ESQUEMA FORMATIVO PARA VUELO DE DRONES Vamos a ver de forma muy breve y rápida, la normativa europea sobre la formación y vuelo de drones enfocados al uso recreativo. Dejando claro que esto no significa que estos drones no se puedan usar a nivel profesional, ya que la normativa por la que nos vamos a regir ya no hace distinción entre uso recreativo y profesional.. El esquema formativo que establece esta normativa europea viene representado por una pirámide, dividida en varios niveles, basados en la proporcionalidad entre el riesgo de la operación y el desempeño de la aeronave no tripulada que vamos a pilotar. Esquema formativo establecido por la legislación europea de vuelo de drones NIVEL 0 Es el nivel de formación más bajo. Nos indica que los pilotos que vuelen en CATEGORÍA ABIERTA / Subcategoría A1 con un dron de CLASE C0 (masa máxima al despegue inferior a 250 g), no necesitan ningún certificado de formación. Estos pilotos solo deben registrarse como operador en la plataforma de AESA y estar familiarizados con el manual de instrucciones del fabricante. Es decir, con drones de menos de 250 g, podemos volar en CATEGORÍA ABIERTA / Subcategoría A1. Lo que equivale a volar en escenarios de entorno urbano y cerca de personas. NIVEL 1 El siguiente nivel de formación es el NIVEL 1. Los pilotos que vuelen en CATEGORÍA ABIERTA / Subcategoría A1 con un dron de CLASE C1 o en CATEGORÍA ABIERTA / Subcategoría A3 con un dron de CLASE C3 o C4, además de estar familiarizados con el manual de usuario del fabricante, deberán realizar una formación y un examen en línea de conocimientos teóricos. El examen estará basado en 9 materias y constará de 40 preguntas de opción múltiple. Una vez superado el examen en línea, se obtendrá una prueba o evidencia de la superación de la formación y examen teóricos en línea. NIVEL 2 Los pilotos que vuelen en CATEGORÍA ABIERTA / Subcategoría A2 con un dron con etiqueta de CLASE C2, deberán haber superado la formación y examen teóricos en línea del NIVEL 1, estarán familiarizados con el manual de usuario del fabricante y completarán una formación autopráctica en las condiciones operativas establecidas en la Subcategoría A3 y además, realizarán un examen de conocimientos teóricos adicional basado en 3 materias constando de 30 preguntas de opción múltiple. Será condición indispensable que el piloto a distancia presente una declaración de que ha concluido satisfactoriamente la formación autopráctica, para realizar el examen de conocimientos teóricos adicional presencial. Una vez superado dicho examen,

TD Ameritrade Network
Is Bitcoin Really "Worth Nothing"?

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 6:56


The Fed has its back against a will with inflation surging, says Octavio Marenzi. He discusses how stocks are rallying to begin the week, highlighting SPX, $DJI, NDX, and RUT. He also talks about what a declining stock market means for the Fed. He then goes over how he believes that the markets will have to fall even further than they have thus far. Next, he talks about how the President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, has said that crypto is “worth nothing.” He mentions that he thinks things will be bad for bitcoin (/BTC) in the medium-term. Tune in to find out more.

Photobomb Photography Podcast
345 - Sexy Monkeys and the Canon R7

Photobomb Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 58:03


Gary returns from overseas with an Axe to grind, Booray continues the beard experiment, and the fellas discuss whether cutting up grapes is the best thing for children. In photography news, specs have been released for the Canon R6 and R10, a lawsuit is filed against McDonalds and Wendy's because the food photography is better than the food, and DJI releases the Mavic Mini 3 Pro.Check out Gary's YouTube channel HERE.Check out Booray's YouTube channel HERE.Join our Facebook Group, the Bombardiers Lounge

The Askancity Podcast
Episode 494

The Askancity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 41:00


Dand and Eirc talk about geese, Jif peanut butter, salmonella, alergies, pollution, social media, negativity, DJI mic, Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, Stone Temple Pilots, Steve Vai, Spinal Tap, The Innocents, Firestarter, The Twin, The Found Footage Project, The Exorcist, Commando, Shining Girls

Drone News Update
Drone News: Another DJI Leak, FPL's 1800lb Drone, Fatshark Dominator Goggles

Drone News Update

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 6:21


Join Greg, our lead instructor, as we learn about all the happenings in the drone industry this week. DJI had yet ANOTHER leak, it looks like a cinewhoop-style drone. Florida Light and Power has purchased an 1800+ lbs drone that will be used for disaster relief in up to a 1000-mile radius of takeoff. Fatshark is coming at DJI's digital system by releasing their own goggles boasting 1080p resolution. Thanks for all your support and love these past 3 years of news updates. We look forward to bringing you this content as long as drones are up in the air. New DJI leaks have already started after the release of the Mini 3 Pro! This new drone appears to be a cinewhoop-style FPV drone. Some specs have been leaked 500g No manual mode Head chase mode Vibration function https://dronexl.co/2022/05/15/dji-avata-dji-cinewhoop-drone/ Florida Power and Light has purchased a drone for disaster response. This aircraft is an 1800lb UAS that is capable of flying up to 1000 miles. Florida Power and Light will use this drone along with smaller quadcopters such as the Mavic 2. FPL hopes to be the first company to fly a large scale drone outside of testing areas https://dronexl.co/2022/05/17/fpl-fixed-wing-storm-drone/ Fatshark has released a new set of digital FPV goggles, promising 1080p video. It appears the Dominator uses the same chipset (P1) as the DJI's goggles and other aircraft (Such as the Mavic 3 and RC pro) It will be interesting to see how the new Fatshark goggles compare to DJI! https://www.suasnews.com/2022/05/the-dji-p1-and-s1-fpv-chipset-its-not-all-that/

The UAV Digest
403 BVLOS ARC Final Report

The UAV Digest

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 27:41


Public meeting scheduled for BVLOS ARC Final Report, MQ-9B STOL, closing Skyward, bombs and commercial drones, DJI indoor drone, Commercial UAV Expo 2022, drone docking systems.

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast
DALL-E 2 Recap and the Perfect Mini-Android Phone

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 70:12


There wasn't any big news this week but there's still plenty to talk about! First, Marques and Andrew discuss the latest MKBHD video about DALL-E 2, which is an AI that can draw almost anything you ask it to. Then they talk about the dream mini-Android phone that the founder of the Pebble smartwatch wants to make, before they wrap it up talking about the newest drone from DJI. Links: DALL-E 2 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCBEumeXY4A DALL-E 2 subreddit: https://bit.ly/ep116dalle2reddit Open-source DALL-E 2 alternative: https://bit.ly/altdalle2 Pebble owner smartwatch article: https://bit.ly/Pebbleowner Small phone website and form: https://bit.ly/smallphone Twitters: https://twitter.com/wvfrm https://twitter.com/mkbhd https://twitter.com/andymanganelli https://twitter.com/adamlukas17 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wvfrmpodcast/ Shop the merch: shop.mkbhd.com Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/mkbhd Music by 20syl: https://bit.ly/2S53xlC Waveform is part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Geek Therapy Radio Podcast
Electronic Parts Outlet (EPO), Geek Thearpy'ing myself, and my drone decisions | 239

Geek Therapy Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 39:01


Little fireside chat with my podcast family and friends, then I talk about my favorite store in Houston (Electronic Parts Outlet), and then my toss up drone conundrum between the Mini 3 Pro and the Mavic 3. Hmmm...Asaf's video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYNRIfK0dWEEPO https://epohouston.com/

Ask Drone U
ADU 01259: What do we know about the soon to be launched Inspire 3?

Ask Drone U

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:20


What do we know of the Inspire 3 launch? What spec and features can we expect? Today's question is from Marshall who has 2 questions for us - He would like to know what we know about the Inspire 3 and why we are moving our HQ to Colorado. We start of today's episode by answering Marshall's question on our move, from New Mexico to Colorado, and highlight our rationale to do so. We discuss what we intend to have and how these will help future drone pilots taking Drone U courses. We also highlight how the drone industry is poised for growth and how we wanted to be at the centre of it. Tune in to hear more details on our move, the search for a suitable home and all that Drone U has planned for the future. We then delve into Inspire 3 launch rumours and how these have peaked in recent times with DJI launching a slew of drones in the recent past and the need for pushing new features and technology advancement in the market. We talk of expected features such as specifications, camera features, new technology and also cover the set of new accessories to hit the drone market along with the Inspire 3. We also discuss possible price points and how DJI's product portfolio provide options for drone pilots and if there are any opportunities for American manufacturers to fill any gaps left by DJI. Tune in to learn more about our move and DJI's market strategy. Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps: [12:19] - Today's question on Inspire 3 and what we know about it [13:00] - Is Drone U moving to Colorado? [14:00] - Drone U's move to Colorado - Why the move, What can you expect from our move and future plans at the new location [22:55] - Latest news on Inspire 3 launch - specs and camera options, resolutions, features [25:55] - Inspire 3 accessories [30:41] - can American manufacturers fill the gaps that DJI has left wide open

Good Morning Camera
New DJI Drone, Epic SanDisk Storage, and Sony's ”Alpha” Phone?!

Good Morning Camera

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:48


Welcome to another episode of Good Morning Camera! In this episode our hosts discuss DJI and their new drone announcement, and whether the drone market has peaked (1:26). They then chat about SanDisk's new, modular storage solution (9:07) before visiting Sony's latest flagship mobile device, the Xperia One IV (17:16). As always, we wrap the show with our Creator Draft Picks of the week. Enjoy!

The Fantasy Football Dudes
Jalen Hurts + Kyler Murray + Diva of the week, News, & Overrated Draft

The Fantasy Football Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 85:03


The Dudes, Phill, Jordan, and Trent, react to the latest NFL news. Introduce a new segment, "Diva of the week." They break down Sam Howell's diet, talk BBQ, some quarterback rankings, under-the-radar signings, and wrap up the show with an overrated draft. For more information, visit us athttps://www.thefantasyfootballdudes.com/Join our Discord! Dude Nation is the best place to reach your Dudes!https://discord.gg/T92rEa4KZfWatch the Dudes on Youtube athttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2JAx3YD3P-OJRiaqA7wSQwQuestions for the show tffdudes@gmail.com Follow us on socials athttps://twitter.com/TFFDudes(easiest way to follow our Dudesletter)https://www.instagram.com/tffdudes/Storehttps://www.bonfire.com/store/the-fantasy-football-dudes/Sponsorshttps://prizepicks.comPromo Code: Dudes

Digitund
Digitund: Google I/O

Digitund

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


Digitund võtab kokku Google iga-aastasel suurkonverentsil I/O välja hõigatud teenuste ja toodete uudised. Lisaks näpuotsaga ka Meta uuest liitreaalsuse lahendusest, DJI uuest droonist, mustast august galaktika keskel ning asjadest mis möödunud nädalal musta auku kadusid. Stuudios on Andrus Raudsalu, Indrek Vaheoja ja Mait Tafenau.

Tech Guide
Tech Guide #502 - Google Pixel 7, Sony 1000XM5 headphones, Wordle alternatives

Tech Guide

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 52:19


Google teases its new Pixel devices including the Pixel 7 smartphone and Pixel Watch, Sony has unveiled its new flagship WH-1000XM5 headphones, if you love Wordle – we've got some other similar games to try, we take a look at the DJI Mini 3 Pro drone, we take a listen to the JBL TUNE230NC earphones, Sonos has released a compact and affordable soundbar and we'll answer all your questions in the Tech Guide Help Desk.

Drone News Update
Drone News: Mini 3 Pro released, Ingenuity recovers from dust storm, WingCopter cert, FliteFest 2022

Drone News Update

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:20


This week in drone news; DJI released the Mini 3 Pro, the drone on mars is recovering from a dust storm, Wingcopter gets criteria for part 21 cert, and FliteFest 2022! Download comparative footage and images on our blog! Mini 3 Pro Blog Review: https://pilotinstitute.com/dji-mini-3-pro-review/ Learn about the newest addition to DJI's lineup! DeepDive: https://pilotinstitute.com/course/dji-mini-3-pro-deep-dive/ See Greg and the Team's opinions on the Mini 3 Pro! Review: https://youtu.be/pn2iJq5hrcU Should you upgrade from the Mini 2? Mini 3 Pro vs Mini 2: https://youtu.be/8oqmifYVVwQ The Mini 3 Pro was officially released on Tuesday, and it packs some awesome features in a tiny drone. 4k60 1/1.3” CMOS Landscape/portrait mode Focus track, Master shots, and Quickshots New RC Plus Deep Dive! Link to our own review Ingenuity experienced a blackout due to dust accumulation on its solar panels This resulted in a pause in the mission for both ingenuity and for perseverance. This shows that a “Test vehicle” designed for four flights has become a massive asset for the Perseverance team. With 28 completed flights, the Ingenuity is the first power flight on another planet! https://www.space.com/mars-ingenuity-helicopter-blackout-dust On Wed Wingcopter announced the FAA had issued the special class airworthiness criteria. This is NOT yet an airworthiness certificate but rather the requirements that must be met to obtain an airworthiness certificate! This is a huge step forwards for drone delivery! https://wingcopter.com/airworthiness-criteria We just booked our travel to FliteFest 2022! FliteFest is in Malvern, Ohio in June 22-26, and is a remote control flying conference. Join us and the guys at flitefest to fly both drones and airplanes! https://www.flitefest.com/

Electric Scooter Podcast
EP72: Record Yourself Scooting and Accessorize!

Electric Scooter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:11


Dagwood experiments with a podcasting dongle to record directly to iPhone in preparation for future mobile podcast recording. How does it sound? Let him know at dagwoodstreets.com. Keep in mind that as a mobile experiment your host is wandering around as he speaks so you will hear planes flying overhead, cars driving by and whatever other sounds that may occur in daily life. Next episode will see a return to the high quality audio to which Scooterheads have become accustomed.In this episode:Microphones, cameras, on and off road helmets, recording interfaces and how to get good sound.-Rode portable sound recording interface, the MICRO AI-On road and off road helmets and "MIPS"-Chin Curtains-Lavalier microphones-DJI ACTION and OSMO POCKET cameras and how to mount-ETOOK and KRYPTONITE locks-HAFNY and VORO Mirrors-Gaffers tape

NZ Tech Podcast
NZ Tech Podcast: Tech Insights of the Week + How ASM are Altering the State of NFT's through AI learning

NZ Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 61:49


Paul Spain is joined by David McDonald to discuss Altered State Machine which David founded. Also on the agenda - Russian TV hack, NZ web3 focused VC fund, THEIA Diabetes discovery, a passwordless future, DJI drones not so secure, and more internet in Australia and USA.

The FilmUp Podcast
#006 - Mathieu Forget, Paris based Creator, Producer, and Performer

The FilmUp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 50:07


Mathieu, also known as Forgetmat, is a World-renowned Creator, Producer and Performer from Paris who specializes in movement and lifestyle art. His clients include notable brands such as Gucci, DJI, Samsung, Mini Cooper and many more. His mission is to promote free expression and elevate people physically, emotionally and spiritually.Also known as the “Flying Man", with videos hitting hundreds of millions of views worldwide, Mathieu aims to bring awareness to ideas that he deeply values while also reminding people to let go and live in the present moment.Mathieu would like to dedicate his episode to Restaurants du Coeur, a French charity that distributes food packages and hot meals to those in need among much more. You can learn more at https://www.restosducoeur.org

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #22095: NAB - DJI Show Off A Wide Variety of New Drones, Cameras, and Accessories

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 10:29


From the B&H Photo booth at NAB in Las Vegas, Curran Daly, Communications Manager for DJI, walks us through some of their latest products. Curran covers the new DJI Mic, the OM 5 iPhone Gimbal, the Mavic 3 drone, the new Action 2 action camera, and the Ronin 4D cinema camera and rig. Finally, the new DJI FPV drone system can help you learn how to pilot a drone while wearing their FPV goggles.  This edition of MacVoices is supported by Kolide. Meet compliance objectives in a remote-first world without resorting to rigid device management. Try Kolide with all its features on an unlimited number of devices for free for 14 days; no credit card required, at Kolide.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

MacVoices Audio
MacVoices #22095: NAB - DJI Show Off A Wide Variety of New Drones, Cameras, and Accessories

MacVoices Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 10:30


From the B&H Photo booth at NAB in Las Vegas, Curran Daly, Communications Manager for DJI, walks us through some of their latest products. Curran covers the new DJI Mic, the OM 5 iPhone Gimbal, the Mavic 3 drone, the new Action 2 action camera, and the Ronin 4D cinema camera and rig. Finally, the new DJI FPV drone system can help you learn how to pilot a drone while wearing their FPV goggles.  This edition of MacVoices is supported by Kolide. Meet compliance objectives in a remote-first world without resorting to rigid device management. Try Kolide with all its features on an unlimited number of devices for free for 14 days; no credit card required, at Kolide.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

Tapping Creativity
How Failure is Part of the Creative Process | Interview with Taylor Lewis #Ep51

Tapping Creativity

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 37:01


Are you afraid of failure? Do you question your ability even after years of mastering your craft? What if we're to tell you that failure is a necessity to any creative's process?This week, I host Taylor Lewis -of the filmmaking trio Lewis Brothers.  From setting each other on fire in their parents' backyard,  they started their production company before graduating high school. They have grown an impressive client list (Amazon, Microsoft, DJI) that has them shooting projects all around the globe. Check out their filmmaking course here.You can also book a 1:1 coaching session with me here.Written and Produced by Matthew C. TempleEdited by Tyen MusaOriginal Theme Music by Adrian Lee

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief
The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, ep. 202

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 19:19


This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Beijing scrambles to control a COVID-19 outbreak in the capital, undertaking mass testing; leading commercial drone maker DJI suspends operations in both Russia and Ukraine; asset management companies report soaring profits — as do makers of COVID test kits; and three Chinese nationals are dead after an apparent suicide attack at a Confucius Institute in Karachi.In addition, we speak with Caixin Global podcast producer Nandini Venkata for the latest in the case of Richard Liu, the founder of e-commerce giant JD.com, who was acquitted of rape charges but is being sued for damages by the original plaintiff, who claims that Liu assaulted her in September of 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arbitrage - Learning to Trade

DJI says no to war drones, your News Update and we plan Wells World on this edition of STATE OF THE BANDS WEEKENDSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/arbitrage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Into Tomorrow With Dave Graveline
Weekend of April 29, 2022 – Hour 1

Into Tomorrow With Dave Graveline

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 43:31


Tech News and Commentary Dave and the team discuss IFA announcing a full in person show this year, Musk buying Twitter, a Blockhead, the Boring company’s valuation, Google’s incorrect words, DJI suspending sales in Russia, and more. Dan in Wilmington, Delaware listens on WDEL and asked: “I’m looking for a new – either laptop or […]

The UAV Digest
401 Air-One Vertiport Opens

The UAV Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:19


Vertiport opens in England, military tactical UAS, detect-and-avoid deployment, Army drone swarm, drone legislation, NTSB drones, DJI suspends business in Russia and Ukraine, Drone Safety Day.

Real Coffee with Scott Adams
Episode 1727 Scott Adams: Free Speech, Canceling Student Debt, Elon Musk and More Fun

Real Coffee with Scott Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 54:35


My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a Find my "extra" content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com Content: "Canceling" student debt is theft President Trump's ban fromTwitter Biden admin establishes Ministry of Truth? DJI drones sold to Ukraine, helped Russia? Ukraine war end game musing Elon Musk tweets ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you would like to enjoy this same content plus bonus content from Scott Adams, including micro-lessons on lots of useful topics to build your talent stack, please see scottadams.locals.com for full access to that secret treasure. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-adams00/support

Arbitrage - Learning to Trade

It's Three for Thursday, and DJI halts business with Russia and Ukraine. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/arbitrage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Loop Matinal
Quinta-feira, 28/4/2022

Loop Matinal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 10:04


Patrocínio: Alura Cursos Online de Tecnologia Acesse o site www.alura.com.br/loopmatinal e ganhe 10% de desconto para assinar os cursos da Alura. -------------------------------- Sobre o Podcast O Loop Matinal é um podcast do Loop Infinito que traz as notícias mais importantes do mundo da tecnologia para quem não tem tempo de ler sites e blogs de tecnologia. Marcus Mendes apresenta um resumo rápido e conciso das notícias mais importantes, sempre com bom-humor e um toque de acidez. Confira as notícias das últimas 24h, e até amanhã! -------------------------------- Apoie o Loop Matinal! O Loop Matinal está no apoia.se/loopmatinal e no picpay.me/loopmatinal! Se você quiser ajudar a manter o podcast no ar, é só escolher a categoria que você preferir e definir seu apoio mensal. Obrigado em especial aos ouvintes Advogado Junio Araujo, Alexsandra Romio, Alisson Rocha, Anderson Barbosa, Anderson Cazarotti, Angelo Almiento, Arthur Givigir, Breno Farber, Caio Santos, Carolina Vieira, Christophe Trevisani, Claudio Souza, Dan Fujita, Daniel Ivasse, Daniel Cardoso, Diogo Silva, Edgard Contente, Edson  Pieczarka Jr, Fabian Umpierre, Fabio Brasileiro, Felipe, Francisco Neto, Frederico Souza, Gabriel Souza, Guilherme Santos, Henrique Orçati, Horacio Monteiro, Igor Antonio, Igor Silva, Ismael Cunha, Jeadilson Bezerra, Jorge Fleming, Jose Junior, Juliana Majikina, Juliano Cezar, Juliano Marcon, Leandro Bodo, Luis Carvalho, Luiz Mota, Marcus Coufal, Mauricio Junior, Messias Oliveira, Nilton Vivacqua, Otavio Tognolo, Paulo Sousa, Ricardo Mello, Ricardo Berjeaut, Ricardo Soares, Rickybell, Roberto Chiaratti, Rodrigo Rosa, Rodrigo Rezende, Samir da Converta Mais, Teresa Borges, Tiago Soares, Victor Souza, Vinícius Lima, Vinícius Ghise e Wilson Pimentel pelo apoio! -------------------------------- Netflix divulga lista de lançamentos de 2022: https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/27/23044398/netflix-summer-2022-movie-release-schedule Spotify divulga resultados financeiros: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-27/spotify-dodges-joe-rogan-controversy-forecasts-miss-estimates Twitch deve cortar repasses: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-27/amazon-s-twitch-seeks-to-revamp-creator-pay-with-focus-on-profit YouTube Shorts terão anúncios: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-26/youtube-is-starting-to-run-ads-on-shorts-its-tiktok-clone YouTube fatura menos do que o esperado: https://variety.com/2022/digital/news/youtube-q1-2022-ad-revenue-slows-alphabet-earnings-1235241508/ Google divulga resultados financeiros: https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/26/23043402/google-alphabet-youtube-q1-2022-earnings Google cloud cresce: https://siliconangle.com/2022/04/26/google-parent-alphabets-results-come-short-despite-cloud-strength/ Nuvem da Microsoft cresceu 32%: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-26/microsoft-cloud-growth-propels-higher-quarterly-sales-earnings Microsoft divulga resultados financeiros: http://www.techmeme.com/220426/p27#a220426p27 Motorola anuncia o Edge 30: https://tecnoblog.net/noticias/2022/04/27/motorola-edge-30-e-oficial-com-duas-cameras-de-50-mp-e-tela-de-144-hz/ Instagram testa fotos fixas no feed: https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/26/23042757/instagram-pinned-grid-posts-test Cancelamento de compra do Twitter tem multa de US$ 1 bilhão: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-26/twitter-musk-deal-includes-1-billion-termination-agreement Elon Musk está proibido de falar mal sobre o Twitter e seus executivos: 
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-26/musk-is-barred-from-disparaging-twitter-when-tweeting-about-deal Elon Musk direciona ódio a advogada do Twitter: https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/04/27/musk-twitter-attacks/ Jeff Bezos amplifica mensagem criticando a compra do Twitter: https://tecnoblog.net/noticias/2022/04/26/bezos-provoca-musk-sobre-possivel-influencia-da-china-apos-compra-do-twitter/ DJI deixa de operar na Russia e Ucrânia: https://www.reuters.com/technology/chinese-drone-maker-dji-suspends-business-activities-russia-ukraine-2022-04-26/ Apple abre programa de reparos domésticos de iPhones: https://blogdoiphone.com/apple/manual-reparacao-self-service/ -------------------------------- Site do Loop Matinal: http://www.loopmatinal.com Anuncie no Loop Matinal: comercial@loopinfinito.net Marcus Mendes: https://www.twitter.com/mvcmendes Loop Infinito: https://www.youtube.com/oloopinfinito

World Business Report
China lockdowns hit global shipping

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 26:23


With global supply chains still reeling in the wake of Covid-19 and the Ukraine war, recent lockdowns in China have compounded the situation. Backlogs have become common place on the USA's west coast, but how has trade there recovered? We get the latest from Josh Brazil of supply chain specialists project44. Plus, as Facebook parent company Meta reports better-than-expected profit figures and an increase in the number of users, we get the latest on the firm's quarterly figures from our North America Business Correspondent Michelle Fleury in New York. After Chinese company DJI, the world's largest drone manufacturer, said it's suspending sales to Russia and Ukraine, we discuss the reasons behind the decision with David Hambling, author of Swarm Troopers: How small drones will conquer the world. The BBC's Elizabeth Hotson asks whether the false banana, or enset, could help tackle the problem of food insecurity in developing countries. And we speak to Matteo Pietrobelli from Oceanix, a company working on a project to hopefully create what's been called the world's first floating city. Busan in South Korea has unveiled plans to extend out to sea, using floating, interconnected platforms, in a move that it's hoped could help to mitigate both rising sea levels and human population numbers.

The CyberWire
Russian privateering continues. Stonefly is straight out of Pyongyang, and the Lazarus Group has never really left. Foggy Bottom seeks (Russian) snitches.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 22:57


Heard on the Baltimore waterfront. Privateering against Western brands. An update on sanctions and counter sanctions. Stonefly, straight outta Pyongyang. Lazarus is also back (and not in the good way). Richard Hummel from NETSCOUT discusses their bi-annual Threat Intel Report. Jon DiMaggio from Analyst1 joins us to discuss his new book, “The Art of Cyberwarfare - An Investigator's Guide to Espionage, Ransomware, and Organized Cybercrime.” And the US Department of State has added six Russian GRU officers to its Rewards for Justice program. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/81 Selected reading. Britain says Ukraine controls majority of its airspace (Reuters)  Latest strikes on Russia hint daring Ukraine is not intimidated by the Kremlin (The Telegraph)  West gearing up to help Ukraine for ‘long haul', says US defence secretary (the Guardian)  U.S., allies promise to keep backing Ukraine in its war with Russia (Washington Post)  Russia-linked hackers claim to have breached Coca-Cola Company (CyberNews) Stormous ransomware gang claims to have hacked Coca-Cola (Security Affairs)  Chinese drone-maker DJI quits Russia and Ukraine (Register)  Russia to Cut Gas to Poland and Bulgaria, Making Energy a Weapon (Bloomberg)  Russia cuts off gas to Poland, Bulgaria, stoking tensions with E.U. over Ukraine (Washington Post)  Why Russia's Economy Is Holding On (Foreign Policy)  Stonefly: North Korea-linked Spying Operation Continues to Hit High-value Targets (Symantec) A "Naver"-ending game of Lazarus APT (Zscaler) U.S. offers $10 mln reward for information on Russian intelligence officers -State Dept (Reuters) US offering $10 million for info on Russian military hackers accused of NotPetya attacks (The Record by Recorded Future)  Rewards for Justice – Reward Offer for Information on Russian Military Intelligence Officers Conducting Malicious Activity Against U.S. Critical Infrastructure - United States Department of State (United States Department of State)