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    This Week in Tech 613: My Husbands an iDoctor


    Mark Zuckerberg drops in for dinner unannounced, talks with firemen, and feeds a calf. Is he running for President, or just trying to convince us he's not secretly a robot? Apple has more than $250 billion in cash - what should it do with all that money? Microsoft introduces Windows 10 S, the Surface Laptop, Code Builder for Minecraft: Education edition, and more tools for schools. How much technology do schools need? Amazon's new echo has a camera, and its next one will have a touchpad. Is ubiquitous voice computing going to lead to the end of privacy forever? The Google Docs phishing attack makes us question if users are to blame. Facebook and Twitter want to be your next TV. 

    --Amy Webb's new book is The Signals are Talking
    --Nick Bilton's new book is American Kingpin
    --Brianna Wu is running for Congress in Massachusetts

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    This Week in Tech 611: Bezel Come Back


    At the F8 Developer Conference, Facebook shows off its hot new augmented reality technology - which looks a whole lot like Snapchat. Apple is secretly working on non-invasive blood sugar detection, which could be a boon to millions of diabetics. Apple also wants to save the Earth by using 100% recycled materials in its products, covering its headquarters in solar panels, and manufacturing its own sweat. Wait, what? Google, which has made billions in ad revenue, is working on an ad blocker. The Samsung Galaxy S8 came out this week and has yet to explode. Bixby, Samsung's voice assistant, seems to be fizzling. According to Qualcomm, the first Windows PC using an ARM chip could be out later this year. in completely unrelated news, Intel has canceled the Intel Developer Forum. HTC's newest phone, codenamed Ocean, will have a squeezable frame and a questionable logo. Steve Ballmer's new site makes government spending more accessible. Another bad week for Uber. And McDonald's new uniforms highlight the techno-dystopia we all live in.

    --Jason Hiner loves Revolutionary War themed musicals.
    --Serenity Caldwell loves roller derby.
    --Owen J.J. Stone loves his father and cherishes the stories that he recorded before his death.

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    Is Arrogance Required to Succeed in Silicon Valley?


    Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Founder and CEO Michael Fertik discusses Silicon Valley arrogance and attitudes on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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    This Week in Tech 620: From Key West to Key Largo


    Amazon buys Whole Foods, might buy Slack. Travis Kalanick resigns as Uber CEO. The best drones money can buy. iPad Pro is the future of Mac laptops. Neighbor spoofing robocaller made a million calls a day. Apple Music now $99/year. Why Apple made the iPhone.  

    --Owen JJ Stone has strange ideas about geography.
    --Tom Merritt writes books about time travel.
    --Jason Hiner writes books about amazing podcasters.

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  • PIRATES OF SILICON VALLEY: Steve Jobs meets Bill Gates


    ::NOT OUR WORK:: Scene were Steve Jobs meets Bill Gates

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    This Week in Tech 619: Honey, I Shrunk the Panel


    Amazon buys Whole Foods, and has its eyes on Slack. Apple's HomePod - Sonos killer? Facebook's Safety Check causes stress. Twitter's redesign. Voter fraud conspiracies. E3 announcements.

    --Jason's Pick: Zero Fasting Tracker
    --Brian's Pick: React Native
    --Peter's Pick: Star Trek Bridge Crew
    --Dave's Pick: Boosted Board, EZ Robot

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  • Montaj Cada Dus - curatare silicon


    ce am folosit ca sa curat siliconul vechi. Si aici multa rabdare si perseverenta ! Ciudat ca siliconul se curata asa greu, dar totusi nu a oprit apa ! Si apa de la dus nu are debit si presiune foarte mare (pe rosturi cada dus) . Poate presiunea de vapori de apa e prea mare pentru silicon ?

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  • Pirates of Silicon Valley You dont get it Steve, that doesnt matter


    I tried to upload something along the lines of this clip a few years ago but I put much more in it and the credits music ended up muting the video though copyright. Anyway it's from the end of the movie when Steve Jobs confronts Bill after the Macintosh announcement about stealing from them to make Windows. It's quite a powerful scene in the movie and shows that Noah Wiley is so much better at playing Steve Jobs then Ashton Kutcher. People seem to have gotten it into their heads that this is a Steve Jobs movie but it's really more like a 50/50 Apple/Microsoft movie.

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    This Week in Tech 616: Thats Not a Hot Dog


    Is Apple just pretending to be innovative? Does AlphaGo's latest victory mean that general AI is around the corner? Who knows more about you, Facebook or Google? Should the NSA stockpile exploits? How long can Tesla stay on top of the EV market? Are robot cops coming? And... Is that a hot dog?

    --Clayton Morris recommends Cosmic Disclosure for the latest in UFO conspiracies.
    --Dan Patterson recommends Gerrit Lansing for the latest in political data analytics.
    --Tim Stevens knows that if you gaze long at the Cap'n Crunch, the Cap'n Crunch also gazes at you.

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  • Pirates of Silicon Valley - Insanely Great


    Another Exploration in Widescreen conversion, in this scene Steve Jobs, Wozniak and the rest of Apple Computer Inc. unveil the Apple II to the world at a computer convention. In the crowd is Bill Gates and Paul Allen from a little known company called Microsoft

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    Testing WiFi and Mesh Networks


    On The New Screen Savers, Leo Laporte and Florence Ion talk with Jim Salter from The Wirecutter about how he is setting up real-world systems to test WiFi routers and mesh networks.

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    Ketogenic Diet: Silicon Valleys New Body-Hacking Obsession | CNBC


    It seems that everyone in Silicon Valley is trying out this low carb, high fat diet. CNBC speaks with three investors about their experience with the ketogenic diet.
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  • This Week in Tech 615: Biz Sized Hole


    All the highlights from Google I/O. Tim Cook has a blood sugar tracking watch. Facebook's guidelines for content moderation. Biz Stone is going back to Twitter. What happened with WannaCry. Minecraft devs don't want you to poison your birds. The FCC is going ahead with their plan to end Net Neutrality whether you like it or not. The internet is broken, and one of the men responsible is trying to fix it.

    Jeff Jarvis went to Google I/O, and all he got was this t-shirt.
    Mark Millian secretly hates the way Leo pronounces Bloomberg Business Week
    Nathan Olivarez-Giles has mad street cred.

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    Do You Need a $400 Juicer?


    One of the most lavishly funded gadget startups in Silicon Valley last year was Juicero Inc. It makes a juice machine. The device transforms single-serving packets of finely chopped fruits and vegetables into liquid freshness. But is it worth $399?

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  • This Week in Tech 617: Ask for the Camel With TWO Humps


    WWDC is tomorrow! What will Apple announce? A Siri Speaker, perhaps? Google will updat Chrome to block annoying ads, but what will count as "annoying?" Where did Microsoft go wrong? One word: Vista. The US Supreme Court decides that patent rights end at sale.

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    This Week in Tech 608: Supercanoe


    US Congress votes to kill ISP privacy rules.  Fixing fake news is harder than anyone imagined. Apple AR might not be good for gamers. Twitter changes default profile picture. The best 2017 April Fools jokes.

    --Brianna Wu wants to fix the government from within.
    --Erin Griffith's husband learned to solve a Rubik's Cube during this show.
    --Larry Magid remembers when facts mattered in news.    

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    This Week in Tech 618: Snakes vs Alligators


    Leo is out this week, so Jason Snell takes the reins. At WWDC this week, Apple announced their Amazon Echo killer, the HomePod. They also announced big updates to iOS 11, the 10.5 iPad Pro, and the (at least) $4999 iMac Pro. Catering to a slightly less spendy demographic, Amazon announced that it will offer lower priced Prime subscriptions to people on Government Assistance. Uber had (another) bad week - capped off with Eric Holder's report to the Uber board.

    --Mikah Sargent thinks Taylor Swift is fine.
    --Harry McCracken is on Team Katy.
    --Lisa Schmeiser has a blank space, baby, and she'll write your name.
    --Jason Snell has Katy Perry on the counter in his kitchen.

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    Tech News Today 1757: Nerd Burn


    The National Security Agency is ending its warrant-less wiretapping program that targeted American communications that in any way mentioned the names of foreigners currently under surveillance. The NSA issued a statement saying it will end the program, as well as delete the majority of upstream data generated from it.
    The voice of the Amazon Echo is getting more human. The company says new Speech Synthesis Markup Language or SSLM will allow developers to create skills that feature whispering, bleeping out swear words, spelling out words, speaking at different volumes or rates, and more. So, it's only a matter of time before the robot steals our jobs.
    Facebook is riddled with video content that has been lifted and republished from the original sources. New updates to Facebook’s Rights Manager will now allows rights holders to “claim ad earnings” from those videos, routing revenue generated from a video to them instead of into the pockets of the pirater.
    Our Sorry Not Sorry segment is back, this time we discuss whether Wired magazine still has cultural relevance.
    Plus we'll tell you more about the self-driving Lexus that Apple is using to test its self-driving software and a robot that can build a house out of spray foam. And finally, Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica joins us to chat about Einstein, Mario Kart, and big budget VR.

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  • Juicero is a Gimmick/Scam? Problems of Silicon Valley


    Is Juicero legit or just a gimmick or a scam? This incident also highlights the problems of Silicon Valley!

    There is a startup called Juicero that sells juice press and subscription for juice packs.

    They just released their new product and Bloomberg did a product review for the machine.

    Bloomberg tested their products and found out that you actually don't need the machine to produce juice from the packs. You can simply squeeze the juice out of the packs using your hands.

    Their machine cost $399 and juice packs cost $5-8 per serving, so they are definitely a high end company.

    After the Bloomberg video went viral, Juicero's CEO wrote an article defending the company.

    Its interesting that he called hand squeezing is a kind of hacking.

    After watching the Bloomberg video and the company introduction video on their website, I just find the company to be really gimmicky.

    I am surprised to find out that Juicero raised $120 million from investors such as Google Ventures and famous VC firm Kleiner Perkins.

    After this incident, I don't think the company is ever going to receive anymore funding.

    It is going to be difficult for them to continue operating.

    This incident also highlights some problems silicon valley has right now.

    There is too much money chasing too few opportunities and some investors throw a lot of money in stupid ideas.

    That's probably a sign that there is a bubble at Silicon Valley. It will be interesting to see how it plays out.

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    ‘Silicon Valley’ Cast Reveals Why Season 4 Has Ties to ‘Game of Thrones’


    The fourth season of HBO’s hit comedy series “Silicon Valley” returns this weekend, and the cast says fans can expect an upcoming “crisis of morality” which causes Richard to leave the group behind.

    “I’m not sure how much we can say but I guess Richard goes off on his own,” Zach Woods, who plays Jared (also known as OJ also known as Donald), told TheWrap in a recent interview.

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    Macworld NY 1999-Noah Wyle imitating Steve Jobs


    Here we see the actor Noah Wyle playing the role of Steve Jobs at the start of the Macworld expo. Noah played the role of Steve in the movie Pirates Of Silicon Valley which was released that same year.

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    Tech News Today 1756: Apple Passing the Buck


    The newly launched Google Assistant SDK will let developers tap into the AI power of Google Assistant from their own prototype hardware. It's currently a Developer Preview though, so anyone interested in commercializing hardware based on the SDK will still need to arrange that with Google first.
    Recode reports that Apple might be creating its own Venmo competitor, that will let iPhone users transfer or pay money directly to other people from the phone. There's no word yet on when exactly this feature might come to the iPhone.
    Anthony Levandowski, the head of the self driving group at Uber, is stepping aside as the Waymo lawsuit alleging his theft of 14,000 files comes barreling toward him. Eric Meyhofer will lead the team, and Levandoswki told his employees to avoid including him on any communications related to Lidar ahead of the hearing next week.
    Plus Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, and Samsung reporting their earnings and we'll tell you what you need to know. Plus, the eternal question -- why aren't more smart watches built with flashlights?

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    This Week in Tech 607: Ozark Puddin


    US Senate votes to end ISP privacy regulations. The Turkish Crime Family demand $100,000 in iTunes gift cards for iCloud hack. Android O needs a name. Supreme Court hears printer ink patent case. Tesla Model 3 is on the way. Samsung Galaxy S8's big announcement is coming this week. US and UK ban electronics bigger than a phone on flights from Middle Eastern countries by Middle Eastern carriers. Google screws up messaging - again.

    --Georgia Dow has two VR rooms in her house.
    --Rob Reid knows what music aliens like best.
    --Nathan Olivarez-Giles wants a car with a naturally aspirated engine.​​

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    This Week in Tech 602: Normcore Phone


    Apple fights the new right to repair legislation, Bill Gates wants robots to pay taxes, 4chans effect on the internet, Verizon is bringing back "unlimited" data plans, SpaceX set for wireless internet by 2019, and Zuckerberg's global community.

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    The Geekie Awards 2013: APOIAF Wins Best Podcast with Ralph Garman, Ashley Esqueda


    The 1st Annual Geekie Awards. 'A Podcast of Ice and Fire' Wins the 2013 'Best Podcast' Award presented by Ralph Garman and Ashley Esqueda at the Hollywood Avalon on August 18, 2013.


    Nedopak Productions presents The Geekie Awards
    Executive Producer / Creator Kristen Nedopak
    Produced by Shahnti Olcese Brook
    Directed by Lionel Pasamonte   /  Jorge Suarez
    Written by Ashley Esqueda  / Desiree Echevarria
    Action & Stunts by Iron Shield Arms, LLC
    Art Direction by Dane Storrusten
    Music Direction by George Shaw
    Streaming Director Mike Rotman, Streamin' Garage
    Stage Management Ken Fox
    Sound Design by Houdini's Tree, Brian Marquis
    Publicity Melanie Marquez / M4PR

    Special thanks to sponsors: Soulcake, Neon Roots, Seagate, ZAGG, Electric Milk, Iron Shield Arms, LLC, 3D Systems, LiveU, Sci-Fi Alliance, GeekScape, Camadeus, Hachitan Entertainment Inc, Houdini's Tree, Film Break, WeWork, Amoeba Records, Funkins, Whimsic Alley, Comikaze , Media Services, Ta'Veren Tees, Optimystical Studios and Playroom Entertainment, Ms In the Biz, Web Series Watch, King of All Geeks, Women of Geekdom, C5 Studios, The Ladies & The Gents show, SlumberCon, M4PR, and to all of our Geekie Friends, sponsors, cast and crew who helped make this year a huge success! Special thanks to POW! Entertainment, for your support!

    Extra special thanks to year 1 judges: Kat Hill, Roberta Munroe, Nic Baisley, America Young, J. Lee, Marx Pyle, Mark Gray, Martin Vavra, Tai Fauci, Paula Rhodes, Ron Newcomb, Dom Zook, Greg Aronowitz, Ali Alsaleh, Doug Luberts, Jared Hoy, Cricket Lee, Carter Mason, Stephanie Thorpe, JD Piche, Mike Fly, Victor Solis, Alan Kistler, Leia Calderon-Rox, Susan Lee, Bonnie Burton, Amy Ratcliffe, Jennifer Landa, Jeff Hardy, Shaun Rosado, Kenny Mittleider, Justin Cavender, JC Bagnell, Ryan, Keely, Elisa Teague, Boyan, Radakovich, Ivan Van Norman, Dane Storrusten, Howard Decker, Joe Curtis, Yaya Han, Jennifer Landa, Linda Le, and Victoria Schmidt.

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    The Buffalo Bills shut out the New England Patriots, 16-0, in Week 4 of the 2016 NFL season!

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    How to Build a FreeNAS® by Know How


    In this Know How segment, Patrick Norton (DIY Tryin) and Robert Ballecer (TWiT.TV) will show you how to build a basic FreeNAS box, what the definition of RAIDZ is, and some basic configuration of FreeNAS.

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    Proteza de gamba modulara cosmetizata cu ciorap de silicon - Rosal Ortopedic


    Proteza de gamba modulara cosmetizata cu ciorap de silicon , realizata la Rosal Ortopedic.
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    This Week in Tech 600: Bloviating Blowhards


    Apple may launch an alternate reality device this year, FCC clears its investigations into Zero Rating and opening cable boxes, Oculus Rift loses $500 million suit, Google must turn over foreign emails, Snap IPO, Tesla's new tunnel.

    --Robert Scoble is staking his career on his claim that Apple will launch an AR device this year
    --Leo is staking dinner in Paris that Apple will not release a see-through iPhone this year
    --Peter Cohen is furious about Zero Rating
    --Georgia Dow wants to fight Leo in VR

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    This Week in Tech 606: My YouTube Cover Band


    Uber's President quits, saying that the job was not what he signed on for. Orson Wells' new movie comes to Netflix. How to make money in the new music industry. Pwn2Own winners do the impossible hack. Is your vibrator tracking you? All this, and growing human flesh on robots - what could go wrong? 

    --Tom Merritt has a new sci-fi novel: Pilot X.
    --Roberto Baldwin is in a Devo cover band.
    --Steve Kovach is the Dark Knight.

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    Pirates of Silicon Valley trailer


    Pirates of Silicon Valley trailer

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    Waymo Makes Deal with Avis


    Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss Waymo's new partner in the self-driving car race. Avis Budget Group will help Waymo manages its self-driving car fleet of Chrystler minivans in Phoenix, where it started offering rides back in April. Avis Budget owns the two traditional rental car companies, plus on demand rental car company ZipCar. The deal will offer them ideal locations where cars are needed, plus a management and maintenance infrastructure. In other news, Apple has leased 6 cars from Hertz. That's right 6.
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    This Week in Tech 610: Zombie Shopping Malls


    United "overbooking": what's the real story? A murder streamed on Facebook Live. Apple sues Qualcomm, Qualcom sues Apple right back. Windows 10 Creators Update is here - are you excited for 3D Paint? The internet Archive emulates early Macs. Princeton creates an unblockable ad blocker. Nintendo stops selling the NES Classic - why? The death of the American mall.

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    This Week in Tech 604: Flabby, Flaccid, and Flatulent


    Snapchat has a huge IPO -and makes one high school $24 million. Is Apple killing the lightning port on the iPhone 8? Spotify crosses the 50 million user mark. Mobile World Congress 2017 had a whole bunch of great phones. Nintendo Switch cartridges taste horrible on purpose. Overwatch wins Game of the Year at GDC. All this and Uber's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad week.

    --Florence Ion shows off the new LG G6.
    --Peter Rojas 
    --Alex Wilhelm pronounces flaccid wrong.    

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  • Find Hire Leading Startup Lawyer Review Investor Funding Legal Documents - 201-446-9643


    Find Hire Leading Startup Lawyer Review Investor Funding Legal Capital Raise Documents located based here in the United States, Europe, New Jersey, USA, US, New York, Buffalo, Queens, Manhattan, New York City, Westchester County, Islip, Oyster Bay, Rochester, Utica, New Rochelle, Tonawanda, White Plains, Binghamton, Saratoga Springs, Rockland County, Brooklyn, Long Island, Albany, Syracuse, Suffolk County, Nassau County, Bronx, Staten Island, Allentown, Scranton, Lancaster, Harrisburg, State College, College Station, Boston, Hartford, Providence, Connecticut, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington D.C., Dallas, Florida, Ohio, California, Austin, Texas, Maryland, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, San Antonio, Austin, San Diego, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Houston, Salt Lake City, Toledo, Akron, Dayton, Provo, Portland, San Jose, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Broward County, Dade County, Newark, Delaware, College Park, MD, Cook County, Phoenix, Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City, Raleigh, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Boise, Eugene, Manchester, Burlington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Rhode Island, Boca Raton, Arlington, Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia, Reston, McLean, Cambridge, Quincy, Riverside, San Bernadino, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland, Columbus, Baltimore, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Orlando, Las Vegas, Round Rock, San Marcos, Louisville, Richmond, Tempe, South Bend, Bloomington, Knoxville, Oxford, Tuscon, Long Beach, Ames, Ft. Collins, Lawrence, Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Champaign, Ft. Worth, Milwaukee, Oakland, Irvine, Rutgers, Albuquerque, Fresno, Newark, Honolulu, Tucson, El Paso, Mesa, Witchita, Virginia Beach, Aurora, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Riverside, Lexington, South Bend, Greensboro, Plano, Toledo, Lincoln, Jersey City, Hoboken, New Brunswick, Durham, Delray Beach, Madison, Reno, Norfolk, Lubbock, Scottsdale, Irving, Baton Rouge, Boise City, Iowa, Alaska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Spokane, Oklahoma City, Birmingham, Salt Lake City, Baltimore, Mobile, Alabama, Utah, Washington, Seattle, Oregon, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, Washington State, Honolulu, Hawaii, Georgia, Fulton County, Dekalb County, Chicagoland, Albany County, Upstate New York, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Northern Virginia, Annapolis, Montgomery County, Tysons Corner, Jupiter, South Beach, Miami Beach, Aspen, Taos, Santa Fe, Rapid City, Fargo, St. Paul, Ames, Iowa City, Springfield, College Park, Wake County, King County, Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, San Mateo County, Contra Costa County, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Sunnyvale, Mecklenburg County, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Boynton Beach, Orange County, Palo Alto, Harris County, Waco, Columbia, Missouri, Tarrant County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Burlington, Portland, Maine.


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    Steve Jobs...information is power! - Pirates of Silicon Valley Movie 1999


    This Information is POWERFUL

    This is a scene from the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)
    This is where Steve Jobs talks about information.
    Information is Power!...

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    This Week in Tech 605: Think of the Koalas


    Daylight Saving Time is a blight on mankind. All the details in the Wikileaks dump of CIA hacking tools. How our data can be used against us. Nintendo Switch breaks launch records. A father gets embarrassed by his kids live on BBC. Would you hire someone from Uber?

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    --Ashley Esqueda's Pick: Kickstarter        

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  • Silicon Valley Capital Club


    Touring the Capital Club in downtown San Jose. Part of my group's marketing plan for class at SJSU.

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    This Week in Tech 601: Fiber to the Press Release


    Will Twitter's new anti-harassment tools succeed? Tim Cook hints at Apple's AR future. Gigabit fiber vs. 5G wireless vs. satellite internet in a 3-way race to own your broadband. House passes email privacy bill. Coding is the next blue-collar job.  

    --Mike Elgan knows why Twitter's new tools will fail.
    --Jason Hiner doesn't like the MacBook Pro Touch Bar.
    --Liz Gannes knows the perfect way to listen to podcasts.
    --Leo Laporte looks amazing in heart-shaped glasses.

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    This Week in Tech 597: Fark Google!


    Host: Leo Laporte
    Guests: Greg Ferro, Becky Worley, and Mike Elgan

    Is Apple working in secret with Carl Zeiss on AR glasses? Will Mark Zuckerberg run for President? Consumer Reports changes its mind about the MacBook Pro. gets farked over by Google. Telegram, Cellebrite, and Giuliani get hacked, but WhatsApp does not. Family Tree Now knows a scary amount about you.

    --Leo has a perfect plan for the next Mac Pro
    --Mike Elgan knows who should be making your AR glasses
    --Greg Ferro has some pointed advice for anyone who uses Google for ads
    --Becky Worley gets sweet revenge on her life-long nemesis

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  • I pirati di Silicon Valley guarda il film italiano


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    Manage Your Vacation Photos


    Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone discuss what apps, tips, tricks, and tools Leo used to post fantastic photo creations from his trip to Peru and the Galapagos. Lightroom, Sway, and Google Photos are just a few of the apps Leo loves.
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    Pirates Of Silicon Valley - Trailer


    The revolution came when we weren't looking. It happened in a garage. In a dorm room. In countless hours of effort, imagining and intrigue. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates were changing the way the world works, lives and communicates. The event-packed saga of the quirky visionaries who jump-started the future unfolds with exhilarating, cutting-edge style in Pirates of Silicon Valley. Noah Wyle (ER) portrays Jobs and Anthony Michael Hall (The Dead Zone) portrays Gates in this chronicle of the fierce and often humorous battle to rule the fledgling personal computer empire. The story is almost Shakespearean... it's a tale of lust, greed, ambition, love and hate, writer/director Martyn Burke reflects. And it's a success story unlike any other. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED Pirates of Silicon Valley (c) 1999 TNT Originals, Inc. #Trailer #WB

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    This Week in Tech 614: $46 at the Piggly Wiggly


    The WannaCry ransomware attack is far from over. Amazon introduces the Echo Show - will the touchscreen voice assistant/videophone flop? Microsoft announces their own voice assistant, the Cortana Speaker. The US plans to ban laptops on flights from Europe. Comcast and Charter agree not to compete on wireless. Russian hackers pwned by French presidential campaign

    --Christina Warren needs friends in Seattle.
    --Father Robert Ballecer just got back from Malta.
    --Roberto Baldwin got hung up on by AT&T; customer service.
    --Alex Wilhelm's name will not set off your Amazon Voice Assistant.

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    Pirates of Silicon Valley Documentary)


    Documental sobre dos de las más exitosas empresas del mundo

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    Apple and Microsoft


    The most important scene from Pirate of Silicon Valley (in my opinion) a summary of what everyone should know about Apple, Microsoft, the GUI, and the relationship between them.

    Bill Gates understood two things, a thief can't complain when you steal what they stole from them, and two, being first to market matters most when the product can be improved latter.

    Apple was stealing from Xerox, and got upset because Microsoft stole it from them.

    Of course all of this seems to be coming to a close as Apple seems to be abandoning the desktop market. Of course since the Iphone OS isn't being licensed it seems Steve and Co are going to repeat the mistakes they made with the Macintosh.

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