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It good morning good morning good afternoon.
If you can get.
Swing your team right I wanna -- -- two.
-- an inch but you're not into an -- -- -- but it doesn't do you much anymore.
Would it wouldn't have a little doing what are currently doing.
What -- not on right now but I have I beauty industry thirty years and have collected a lot of devices.
And -- if you actually look at the back.
Even more -- -- I've got.
A laptop from Jack -- -- let me.
Try to -- in cash I had some of the early HP laptops.
You've got to my entry way in my hallway and I have a whole.
Devices that -- didn't.
That I collected over the last thirty years.
In the movie.
I got that I want my roku -- last week called back and.
If it's okay if not.
Super great but there's one guy that they highlight reminds me a lot of him -- -- -- -- -- hole how.
It'll look old apple products.
And you thought that everything you can think you got off and I love you.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- He's been trying to get.
An apple want the first -- it was an apple one of the first.
-- the apple won't know you're almost impossible because they're -- almost always the right to you can try and trying to get one try to rebuild one week on the original source code.
Pretty interesting documentary.
Little -- but two years old so I think.
Our look at some of the top story they would dive right and we are also -- -- -- time pretty much I get the big story week is I think users.
All of you parents -- out there who you decide it.
Lost all of your data suddenly you've dialed and all your contacts calendars everything -- gone.
Microsoft is scrambling to get back to this point do we know the data back and we've been able to -- between now.
The but it didn't look back yet but.
-- delivering you know -- most of it.
You know I'm buying them now from server failure.
I think they're literally going into the drive and seeing what -- -- But considered anything that was the first person -- -- -- and -- anything that.
Well in the ultimate scary part literally the conditions here don't let the phone powered down the with the battery run out it was a -- -- -- colorful frightening that fall.
Didn't he didn't -- anybody that album you had to go to online order and -- by the way it don't it they'll let batteries -- They didn't even bother and in my -- and by the -- on the -- those those.
-- -- -- Offer you the different providing.
Providing -- -- keys to one of the real concerns you have if you actually shift.
So what -- delightful -- we hadn't cerberus.
As opposed to having a lot of fifteen distorted the client -- All the week before we had something similar happened all I was in Europe we lost to -- have -- all looking.
And we cannot have not track you down.
But that's -- formal.
And that we would imply if all of my -- just -- in -- cloud.
Not especially backed up properly you know that can be a -- the issue for us going all.
And one of the -- -- isn't that different building climbing.
If it it's structured differently though the cloud computing right because all of that this is sitting on a server somewhere of them I think it.
-- On Google servers as well.
-- -- Being taken away you think about one of the early consumer.
I'm not level anyway.
Oh yeah there's a pretty wanted term could look elegant comfortable a lot of stuff but -- -- that you definitely.
Cloud computing and insisting that Microsoft that they actually you were with me and you go to the -- My -- acquired danger.
-- expertise and infrastructure expertise and and working with consumers who they have exchange.
For businesses and I you know but not as consumer friendly from like five kick but the qualified -- you don't really have an option about the yet -- phone and it is you know.
People have a lot of unhappy customers dealers.
It didn't -- the problem.
But it's being on the -- so by proxy.
Yeah yeah he -- you look at that.
It got what that is for them and the -- -- -- not just the sidekick.
You know I have a Palm Pre and they'll Palm Pre is also very virtually -- -- for me to back that up you know it automatically back up to the club.
But again -- somewhat more dependent on the phone and you know I -- the idea being -- the plug it up my PP.
And refresh it that way as opposed to depending on sprint I got to.
Keep track -- my dad you're right.
Can I -- all kind of problems with them mobile recently when I upgraded snow leopard you're thinking she's.
Older -- old thinking.
Code I don't -- -- -- our behalf finally yelled out all the talk you through all that.
But if you -- -- that sort of mobile environment and I guess it could be a problem I'm relying on mobile me for everything and again.
On the trouble.
That especially one of that and the whole.
Idea right now -- where.
We're at the client level we still have.
Our employees storage and then we get back and -- the clout.
And a lot of scenarios that are playing out we're saying -- the device itself into thin client and you just try everything difficult out.
It did indeed it is one of those examples if you really do -- everything to the cloud.
-- the club come true.
And that's what's scary can you -- If he hears what Microsoft's response was -- -- this.
Who we are pleased to report that we recovered most if not all customer data for the sidekick customers whose -- was affected by the recent outage we plan to begin restoring users' personal data.
As soon as possible starting -- personal contact.
After we've validated data and our restoration plan will then continue to work around the clock to restore data to all that users including calendar -- -- photographs.
And high scores.
-- -- kid I loved loved.
All of those really fantastic.
-- gains in in sidekick that's good.
All right so -- I got a few email responses here Carolyn right -- yes I lost all my -- Still working to get it back.
So some people -- here.
And he'd be a million people have been affected by this or if you've been able to get your data back in the -- -- could -- What you had to say about today.
We'll talk about B I get another big story this week was the Nokia booklet.
With a three G getting released -- 299.
A two year contract with AT&T.
One of the first questions I had what I thought was a fumble and it's only the best buy so if I'm going in the -- by here it is.
And you know I he -- I keep hitting and -- by and sitting next to a 32 gigabyte.
IPhone 3GS for 299 with a service contract.
For two years.
Why -- I get there.
Over the iPhone 3GS and wanna pick pick.
Going to be easier to type on that it manually review.
But you know that some of the things that we're looking -- you know I would of the club called the -- book and -- it.
It got the same -- form factor but it slower than a netbook it net.
It is good to gigahertz.
-- -- one point one point fixing her family and -- also.
But yeah that the netbook as yeah at the very nice netbook is confident that the very -- that -- but.
And that book and you you're you're stuck with the contract for two years because of the crowd you can buy it without one -- -- -- -- -- Bachmann.
You know which is expensive tour for an African Union and HP mini 311 which is also really and I Nvidia ion -- -- 400 bucks Paul do you -- all of them -- a little -- it.
It's really and -- Or not but I think people have who -- I think so he's doing this with.
You -- that is part.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The lead to improve what ability do it it's really pretty incredible but I think I think the more relevant competition compliment like -- if something like that than mine.
Lawyers a relatively then my computer -- along -- -- a much more powerful processor.
But -- -- -- time line period.
Or even getting -- -- the like the MacBook -- especially you know.
I don't know -- premium netbook category that.
And what's your take on that -- I would agree that did the wind market that -- breaking up right now.
Did you actually Smartphone at one side being this small -- we can carry.
They have -- netbooks and then you had eaten and call ultra considerable costs in the long.
And and did they really are the next generation of small light laptops.
They give -- I think one of the better form factors that -- you pretty decent screen full keyboard itself -- we go to netbook cheer me going with ten point two inch screen.
And they really kind of that they're the one good part about netbooks -- -- the adoption cycle we did some extremely surprised at how many people willing.
Can you can have something this small especially with screen in and modified keyboard.
Just for the fact that they can now have full access to the Internet and hopefully he can use that keyboard -- -- But we think that the big Bob -- the next big step it didn't he will be -- all altered and which are actually much.
-- -- so that the product that particular case we didn't have books are generally about 400 dollars.
30400 dollars in that range you can give you a little bit of variety book and a lot of the book and then got on the inside -- -- -- good feeling he market.
Talk about 800 dollars you -- will be you -- faster processor Uga.
Considered -- pull out keyboard a little bigger screen.
You know so you know multiple -- Democrat -- and got 400 into the netbook.
For 800 -- get a this you know you the ultra they bring up a great point though that -- didn't MPV roll out the numbers are few months ago about the confusion in the marketplace a back out.
Netbook and pricing and -- sitting -- had my head it's been trying to figure out whether or not as to pinpoint I would wanna pick up the new you know -- Toshiba last netbooks.
But a full keyboard.
Not the 80% keyboard that -- was talking about but media wanted the full keyboard with the Toshiba line will have more expensive.
-- -- pick up a light X series from Sony is thirteen hundred dollars got a two gigahertz processor and it's running Windows 7.
Feels you know it's really thin.
Or -- I wanna go the way this device which is 299.
With a one point six gigahertz processor.
Two year service contract.
Can you that would have -- -- as you got to look at the trend in the marketplace.
What's going to be the big fellow this Christmas.
The -- -- and fortunately we don't think netbooks will be strong.
Partly because then he -- the ultra thin model even though there's been some good ones.
The best model that I keep coming out of Taipei and millions and millions really won't hit till after CES next year you didn't give big swing you know maybe 2030 maybe forty -- he will be based laptop that I think we'll take off.
It's a network in the short term I think will be big also low cost.
Laptops and he didn't -- -- Black Friday as some laptop's probably the 199 wins that.
Fourteen inch laptops along 99 lord -- so.
I can't think it can do that but I'm not regret her letter that they're -- gonna happen there -- Well if that's the case then you know traditional laptops -- low cost.
And netbooks will still be hot.
-- -- didn't move -- he will be eligible and probably will take place won't cure but what's most important and you get a but it's netbooks based.
Is that the -- -- of the Telecom carriers.
He did and their way to open the door for -- QB.
Like I -- carriers.
They very much like what they're seeing in the way it -- -- Eight and Verizon have the peach.
And he can -- became easier attempt Rendell Mel got an idea how much -- -- -- These small laptops.
-- we called netbooks and being really solid product that they can put their kick him.
And -- more data service.
So that it that it isn't a part of our routine here's this -- you know bit the telcos.
Could end up being one of the more important Campbell's netbooks.
Where traditional retail may go back change putting an emphasis on -- all -- these low cost laptops.
I -- it along -- I think the big.
I think eighteen even mentioned at the Nokia booklet launch we'll do it walking on -- PP.
Right now they're they're the -- -- plan you have to find out court.
Think it all the -- right and if you're going after all critical to consumer.
And -- should help my parents didn't want -- iphones in the dollars twenty dollars that are good dinner you know and that -- -- -- sixty dollars.
For data that you can only -- -- the one all the yeah.
But it did it and I found that there are among -- nine dollars a month.
Or more -- here pool cue it.
Did you handle this happened without him.
A look actually at the -- We that we don't implement it.
And a good look -- merchant actually related to warm yeah.
-- mean -- I'm curious if you -- got to town as well and I get to go be a I'm curious how it compares to -- the BHP mini that has Verizon.
-- then delighted that HP.
Kind of guy yeah I'm get them all confused now we want to have -- Three G built into it obviously you're from the form factor similar to.
But -- I mean.
Beyond that basically there at their tenants like yeah -- noticeably like nicer than most other netbook.
It looks a heavy aluminum.
And -- -- -- Title let us know in the chat room in.
On Twitter whether or not -- actually something might pick up for the holidays will be curious to see these numbers and I'll be curious to see it to you look and point -- 199 dollar.
Net book coming out here very good group that's gonna.
I mean I can't tell you how often unpopular -- I emails from people that I get a netbook segment I don't know six months ago now compared to the latest -- on the market.
And of course you we -- every week now but so many people had no idea first of all the good -- really gifted but after that so many people saying they thought one.
They couldn't believe that that is key we can't wait to get something else to Christmas -- father -- -- -- for Christmas over and over and over again I keep hearing about netbooks notebooks netbooks.
I'll be really cares if -- -- numbers come Ollie and that people -- Happy with the way they run and perform -- like you know Michael Dell services.
-- talk about how crappy network.
The because people have expectations that -- accurate locked up and and they.
-- talk a little one by recommended you know -- specifically.
You know looking at somebody who didn't he show line for specific purposes and can look I mean if you're using it for email and surf the web and you wanna be be able -- -- off your kids.
-- the -- gonna be two feet then he shelled and the people love.
And the Toshiba.
-- apple could really impressed me this year so.
Of those that -- recommended and talked about on the show people that their positive things about them anything negative about.
Well but they're not going to be put your -- of and they go to -- to be a purple.
And their companion there's he got your home base.
It that this is something you can take Wikipedia all that -- -- communing with.
You get your money to -- could you basically it could be out yeah you know you're not completing.
And you look at.
And even I think even you know certainly have a lot of a lot of people are watching Hulu YouTube though virtually you know will struggle.
-- you rightly.
Although I think it is there anything except in the new media know 311.
They had -- Nvidia ion count and that.
Really loved gives you the ability DHD.
But it pretty good with big with that BP and -- the -- that are available aware of this law.
Where -- that not the keys are just standard Adam these systems that heavy load it on.
Graphic accelerators will be able to use graphic cards to.
We're a little bit better -- you'll be able watched.
You know I had that -- you felt completely killing a computer that you get on from the standard netbook now.
So when they're asking him -- -- name of the one that mentioned.
The end hanging oak tree eleven inch mainstream yeah yeah island -- -- wanna know price and I'm looking out of 400 hanging out.
399 actually we actually tested at least -- playback and it wasn't some of those.
As promised that it could struggle a little bit there was definitely better than.
You know a -- the book.
-- -- -- -- not at sonic colors and until early next year I think that -- canoe.
Plus template on I've been bugging Adobe about it it's sort of complicated matter -- it would do we have content provider.
And here that you can mean GPU manufacturers and -- and well.
And it will be huge -- but getting them like you know we we -- you know that you think that he can output from what you view this time you'll yeah.
Let you can't you can't watch -- EP who you know let -- kind of flashes it.
All loaded on the street view that's not really line you.
-- This the many the -- 311 is eleven point six inch display.
And running windows XP by the way.
People aren't -- -- when the senate after publicly but actually.
One to get -- -- do.
-- -- -- -- You know one point six gigahertz processor -- -- -- you can you -- -- the streaming HD I mean if he -- the one point six gigahertz processor that.
With not make it a little sluggish.
Look this separate graphics card and those that separate the Nvidia ion ship itself I also haven't -- -- -- -- depend on when you have.
And you -- coming out next year cumulative do you look the high -- on YouTube and lose a little bit better than.
Most of didn't happen.
Gamecocks who wrote an article this week he column in PP baggage check it out called email even dead but it is broken how broken in what way well I tell them and we actually personal experience that they're content -- -- -- without -- show Luke.
And there's just too many I'm getting.
30400 -- of the day yeah well you know -- -- -- -- and some other important.
I'm at a level over that and I think it's a universal problem.
And we're sort of developing in other ways of communicating that want to look like on Twitter.
You -- if you.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- And we're using them in ways that so overwhelming but an overwhelming -- you know capacity to.
-- -- they'll handle it wanted to really be write your article is that it used to be in the old days it was poor etiquette could not return an email when you get five today.
And now when you get 30400 day.
I have you know my Fox News account I have multiple personal account and I -- I do I literally get hundreds and of course I'm on a show -- Where are our producers and staff so that when all the -- -- -- throughout the -- for -- again.
150 emails and buried in there sometimes you can email but I -- now you can -- -- and if that is not a good enough poor etiquette anymore I mean it's just reality.
And and -- think that -- I started an adult letting people start to complain about old people in my office.
With that animal advocate and I -- most of that out fortunately.
But it had a gotten emails from people and -- Don't come running -- -- -- -- email dissension among you know wouldn't understand it well -- -- -- -- thirty -- But won't want to walk over who I think -- throughout I accidentally let you know everything -- can you don't have this problem.
-- And then there's two element in public support one here at improving my case.
Even my client or my editors are people that I deal with that I really need.
Can get information from I actually try to get them.
Can extreme dating you need to to Twitter or something else -- I know I'm gonna get it all all -- When it comes to email felt like damn I mean that probably everybody scary that we get and it didn't look pretty age -- impossible to try to respond and then.
I'm in it and can -- -- in most cases what you sitting prelude squeak.
But but I will show you the move.
From people away from email to more of these instant messaging flash.
I'm social networking.
We've been communicating.
It and it came time to get on corporate America -- -- They pretty much she kicked out telephone.
And it should go over to to strictly email.
And trying to get them to more which is something different.
He's getting he get the call and again it's especially true in certain scenarios like if -- -- skilled guy I wouldn't be bugging my.
I -- customers over Twitter.
I would -- -- something -- -- going back and then that I would you know worked with sales process very differently.
But you know his personal -- -- you can should continue -- that will be the wind change.
It could be great.
I -- number of massive media studies when I was working with different companies.
All on consulting basis and looking at.
And I found that core conflict he dropped.
If you're just relying on email.
And get a phone call at -- -- face to face meeting could increase.
On and on and on like 30% by just having a conversation on the fault at all that these five paragraph emails from people.
And I literally don't -- them back I call them.
Currently on eleven the -- without real fast and call you back -- -- -- all of your questions point by point and I have a rule now I really tried only limit email 23 sentences.
I don't know if that's possible I don't know -- the new form of etiquette maybe.
You know Emily Post -- this start writing columns on email etiquette or something to -- -- paying attention.
Comedy -- know he did it.
Two what do you do do you -- skim un delete them you do sort of what you're getting things done method.
-- it deleted or responding then immediately.
Really I you are Gmail well you label.
-- -- you know that socially isolate.
Work that you collect.
He had a lot of tech related inquires from people already know I can't really pretty categorized.
That might -- -- biggest burden dealing with.
You know -- that more -- -- -- and really.
-- -- -- You know what I I'm actually I'm big I'm a -- on -- I have I'm not I'm a very good on the bond by just appeal because it's own media and only give them.
Me right now we're she.
He can -- want to know if he -- Claritin.
I think so -- -- good weather here is in California.
Gary strange it's hugely.
And you come up like Quebec and Paul Heaton.
Yeah you know we're not too -- -- Penn State.
Am I grew up outside of Philadelphia and they got seven inches of snow yesterday.
And -- policy would be in some of our weather here.
-- that -- your responses email saying how you deal with a.
I'd probably get -- upwards of 200 a day and usually led -- -- field and -- and they're very quickly.
I answer it and that I don't like after -- ran him out so like.
Might take god answers -- -- -- them so they can have somebody asked me quick and like I'll send them back right than they -- emailed -- you.
And -- -- really felt like and at the end of the day I'll go and build a day now that -- -- And do it that way but I actually I do embarking hero like actually they keep it down like.
I try to -- Self control.
I'll do it once and awhile actually try to get it down and it just does not happen I mean I'll get it down and then the next day I have another 150 -- like that.
And some Obama need to respond to and you know you try to get back to it and I just cannot do it.
-- -- -- Public I don't know Lakewood -- put their current conflict and really the only thing character to -- -- -- -- -- this blanket they do that in Britain now I think he's that kind of -- and act yeah without without -- recovered really weird that people actually like want to talk you are like.
And I'll certainly work related in some fan but like.
And a 140 characters yeah can't beat that is obviously -- and history -- and I remember studying a lot about Thomas Jefferson's correspondence and a lot of what he would -- he would spend.
Like three hours to four hours a night he developed he actually created a double Penn.
Mechanism where one Penn was on this mechanism in the -- that he wrote with was on another bit of auto -- almost.
A -- Ballmer -- all those Windows 7.
Party -- that one -- probably the auto pen.
So he would try to catalog and keep all of the letters that he had written every day and to get a copy until -- tracing along -- have won all together.
But -- -- -- for our carrier -- responding to every letter that he got a call back I can deflate.
That -- two hours to respond I feel so much happier but you never can.
So -- email isn't dead but it's broken check at the end column PC -- this week probably not open alluded -- they are going to be entering a not.
I feel like I got that many believe the -- you know the -- of the and about the gauntlet that you hear you a political that I had like an -- experience where it.
It was interesting for somebody that -- -- and related to what.
You know function but Atlanta.
Not quite a collaborative document.
What kind of well documented I -- such I'm talking about -- coverage from -- -- -- one person at this thing but.
The help at all but has yet again I find that you know if you're involved in the chat with someone it's distracting because you have to -- we'll be having a phone conversation.
But in a weird way you're trying to jump back and forth can be a lot of work done through I am pretty funny.
More distracting than anything else.
What candidate -- I have lists pretty small it's like gap and and certain key clients.
-- -- people that I really need to -- touch with the animal instantaneous basis.
I didn't rely on email probably true majority of the business processes that I deal.
Little different law kicks and control some video here Kevin to in my head it can't get through have a.
-- -- course childhood dream you can place Super Mario Brothers with mr.
-- -- can't -- talk over this is we -- course Super Mario Brothers who for the week coming out on -- November 15.
And what gracious guy -- -- content to.
-- at all.
And -- he -- the audio a little bit there killed.
Paul I don't have a pick I am.
I have shaken the controller because you when you get on the propeller hat and you shake it you fly higher with that you appreciate that you fly hire old people Mario Brothers.
-- Of course you know for those of you who don't know -- to be among those -- -- -- video game legend and creative -- Super Mario Brothers.
-- Donkey Kong.
The Wii -- On and on and on of course he had incredible hand in this game as well.
And wanted to bring families together the whole idea behind this game you can battle each other help each other -- -- you can pick up your opponent.
And had a great time he's an aerial court had to pick him up -- -- -- one point it was a weird it was a weird moment for me -- I happen.
That's just a chunk of the video that's gonna love FOX & Friends.
In a few weeks but -- the long long interview of course after about future innovation and Nintendo all plan and obviously an answer -- all wondering and he actually.
What Nintendo's response would be to Microsoft project and -- of course everyone's globally life project -- -- And whether or not Nintendo gonna come out commercial -- and it wouldn't surprise that the -- we all the the polls.
But -- -- the data for interactive gaming really and he said.
If I could tell you it is all up here right now I can't say anything about it but that we've got some good things coming down the -- well.
What do we expect to see from Nintendo next year do we feel we HT we think.
Maybe that -- here but clearly hanging incumbent upon against the club that you sort of high definition.
Complement of sort of the next logical step.
But -- people care.
But I mean -- one key indicator that the -- -- did little you know.
Graphics aren't nearly as we did the F blockers if he would certainly not merely because PlayStation 3 but family continue care and a number of what we don't want one thing.
-- but -- also you ceded to it but there have been -- playing that we if it.
You -- and sort of the core gamers back and you're -- public opinion at the -- opening did not connect it up on the most controllers and then the -- -- camera and then I mean that's the only -- sort of motion they can think you know that sort of stepping forward Casone during the declined to virtue of the wand and and have camera watching.
You want to get this thing tied for the lead that he would -- -- look like the next two years there's pressure.
-- -- -- -- -- -- It's important to know about that I think about that emotion.
Is that -- -- -- -- -- was really tight to the Xbox.
Concept -- gestures.
Being integrated into next generation user interface is really important thing to watch.
You can keep -- -- -- next year some of the major key key players.
Using that exact.
-- supplement what they're doing good touch screens.
And you know I believed that gestures -- part of user interface for navigation.
Both with PT and then with television.
Is going to be one of the things that will be -- really important for how we interact with devices like.
These and other banking -- coming forward.
We were already shaking our iPhone slowly you know we want change solves -- you -- -- you know -- -- -- -- -- And incorporating more and more devices actually think.
And of counting Nintendo out in the past and improving very very long.
But I think that you know in terms emotionally -- faith in terms of you know they discovered the casual gaming market that was latent.
And they have caught up they had a great price point that this deliver perfectly I think you can -- -- -- -- -- -- know -- -- got -- point here.
And they try to push down and play in that market as well in the prices are coming down.
And the platforms they have now a much more about the -- week and I think it easier for them started you can -- some market share.
To a lot more than lead us.
Yeah we get too big telephone holiday is there anything -- the price drop that's gonna keep them in front -- Moussaoui got four year old and a number 100 before they -- -- -- -- Republican.
Blowing but the minute the blood -- quite some of their momentum that they've slowed down on.
I mean I hate.
-- that sort of hard to tell may be lake.
I think Xbox for the weather better value and suddenly taking a look at -- -- them -- to the thing that does you know look I think Netflix.
You have -- -- there aren't a lot of we still live and who is considered -- yeah about the online service there is for the console gaming I think.
In the -- like you know that he can be a real discrepancy.
You know that was.
You know gonna box and then the hit it 300 now literally -- the -- -- harder earn less obvious than anywhere I've been looking at three I.
In the kitchen by the big -- the hardcore -- article there -- -- happen for Mercury years.
Now put development and they'll they'll get a get obviously that's a good exclude the vomit you that and I think it.
You know how the paper like a Wi-Fi adapter you -- the paper.
For Xbox Live so it's 300 dollars and that basically you've got a Blu-ray players that -- -- good read them.
-- not like it I don't think.
But PS3 Xbox for the war.
I didn't remind the consumer health would be that big -- deal anymore attention and obviously.
So can -- they'll get a lot about it but you know it's pretty feasible for a hardcore gamer to have -- call well.
People -- this video from viper.
This course got a lot of play in the mainstream media this week about -- iPhone app that lets you unlock your car and start your car just by and -- could not only could be a work presumably because it.
You get -- -- anywhere you could be starting your car in California attempt.
If you were here in New York is to make sure we're still running I guess take a look at the video the school promo video here and now we'll cut off after about halfway through with a check -- out.
I found you can't get ready to DNA from -- -- started here and it's going to keep you warm all winter long.
I'm by her elbow later and security and a -- guy and they cut the flight back icon on your iPhone and you instantly -- option.
Lock and unlock your doors open your trunk -- -- -- car -- and start your car.
Watch what happens my -- -- button.
I just started my car from my iPhone look quite good Smart guy.
Now being led by an independent climate controlled event the morning -- -- -- I'll have been slow warm car and all my hair long and good luck god I'm talking -- playing -- not a factor in my current hard.
-- will be spokeswoman for -- spokeswoman school.
They're not allowed to be real.
Everything here is my car and personal belief that Jakarta.
But it -- -- Played in the community I think about it.
Well and then they've had and -- thing for molecular Obama -- aren't good car yeah they pulled it a little -- -- you unlock it and -- so you can hit the -- if -- like walking on the market -- the current yeah.
But but it's a just -- -- acrylic.
To book about a month ago and you sort of iPhone apps that operate.
It is just give liking or do you think there's a legitimate.
Future of the sort of thing where well.
It's not gimmicky in that context.
Let's see you're living in upstate New York intriguing.
Thing you want to Carl woman you -- out there -- -- that you lead.
A reason for.
I hear California do you stretch for me it.
And -- I mean I.
That happy place but having -- bad.
What went into thinking about this particular -- could indicative of the idea of we can do it because this is what we can do because of the technology.
And in one way if I'm apple I'm looking at this and I'm kind of ecstatic because I'm keen.
The iPhone you can wait that they probably didn't think about four years ago two years ago.
We had -- decades interesting about this isn't it also.
Underlying another element.
Of this whole concept that the iPhone Mandarin these phones being used formal control in general the lights in my house.
Let me and he won't you know do my keys well when I'm away from it and looking at webcam from your house and we have absolutely -- -- -- more in line with that.
Where it -- it -- underlying technologies that are exciting thing to watch and see what we can do with it.
-- it is somewhat more gimmicky.
Yeah Paul and -- I wouldn't mind and -- point.
And that was a political reporter Helen and I remember -- my -- -- on the basis.
And I would the car would be outside down the steps and it -- be covered -- for the know every night.
And I would go -- half an hour ahead of time.
Who will work.
Before I go to capitol building and I would start the call on -- back in and then like.
Want my hands around my coffee on one I have something like that that I look out the window and laugh at myself.
One still in my rule would might be what we're gonna get it it started legal -- But it if you can if you can do that it's reasonable for you to acquire that I don't although.
But from that moment you had to go to that -- I have to get the smarter -- install it and all of your car yet greens -- But it's like -- the -- they.
It can be for you Montana.
-- and I won't be able to put and put it looked like an eighty's but I can also that he should know the clippers terrible stuff.
So it's not the best car do you drive government cannot let my call by the way if you borrow my car -- the because.
And pinpoint buildup at universal remote control I think it is really got on that really got it.
A year ago when there.
Apple there was a few applications for -- -- what -- is -- -- the iPhone -- work or cut into below control our area that that I -- with so little for the great example because it's almost looked.
How -- pretty deep that actually really well lauded controller when it first came out but.
-- -- who was.
Can't -- going down and would use it and 200 dollars or three in the Long Island new.
Controller -- stream that looked like well.
What did you make -- life on.
You know you get.
It it's great persona was great for iPhone news really.
You see more and more about it is you know it could be -- universal remote control you can -- the chain and killed on your TV.
Yeah that haven't you know very little plummeted on your -- Because they think they have about urban neighbors and but I actually look what that -- -- -- he's.
Well they all that heavy equity with a box via the -- -- is great on the Eiffel.
The literally it worked any or else you jumping around you will get capital boxing will go to -- on the screen and working them -- beautiful and it says anything like -- I don't have a countryman and it's he had to think really knowing that there's no remote -- -- -- software on your desktop and from an extra or iPod docking station now playing screen.
Yeah that's one thing but pretty pretty impressive stuff so we're going to be showing off the that he Smart -- thing on FOX & Friends -- -- the car were actually get a lot of our producers car camera.
Getting it installed and I tried out this weekend on the show our constitution that.
-- talk about the other big get -- -- this week course got a hand on the photos early it broke the story of Barnes & Noble.
We've been hearing about this whether -- not -- -- be clean and not at what he -- a little bowl.
-- a little both those got cute Greenberg that I got -- -- screen up top and then a multi touch LB and the bottom and what we -- runs android.
So that those under control and what is going out thing and -- kind of like a cover an apple -- -- -- well.
-- with the covers so you can sort of move through them and check out book and full color now -- Do we know.
Whether or not going to be able page he threw within the multi touch -- -- and -- -- the notion that the click that the pilot sort of set up is this something like that might be able to go.
Diplomatic complaint I do like my Kindle -- would be able to go back and forth between pages you know there are you talking like.
Calculated only find that really quickly here.
You can't do that yet to hit the -- go back go back and it definitely work.
They're going to be -- that he could float that that the funding and all that and that -- it is because that's Phillip and he displayed that the -- can we -- -- You -- some of a spot on the -- -- -- Yeah exactly that's what yeah I would be excited about that and also let's not forget that supports.
So therefore not limited by the Amazon experience the Amazon Kindle store your wide open and -- -- read for the library stores in the past you we couldn't have been the New York Times article yesterday about the public library experience digital experience there have been -- journal article yet but.
You know having access to New York Public Library be able to get you keep a book and be able to download -- you can't -- -- on the Kindle.
Only that you read here at this point.
-- one I look.
Those poor people -- know can I what is your take on that's -- I had a little bit.
You do -- -- actually think that what -- Barnes & Noble is apparently going to be didn't he invented the concept.
-- -- -- The whole idea of e-book readers by putting in this -- navigation pain but I gotta tell you you know I've been playing around with -- working with some projects related cute tablets.
And they have the potential of actually knocking -- leaders ducked out completely.
If he told vendors begin working with the publishing industry and start creating.
-- many more.
-- -- Products.
-- could actually be used.
Where you have screams and powerful video and paying them money in motion.
And and images and -- -- at it won't let illustration on the.
Hit it straight so you're saying that in -- way we'll -- this mythical Apple Tablet.
And there happened to be some sort of public content that is what what do you think interactive.
Where it would really be rethinking of when that Ross Rubin who.
Child -- question it would be redundant or we're talking about rethinking about the way which we -- -- -- altogether and -- what you're talking much in the have a book.
That's right and I actually think that got a lot can Apple's thinking.
Well certainly not the only ones by the way I -- -- from others but it's coming from the from the whole idea of right now most will be the only way books is very straightforward care.
And images right.
But you have to technology to advance that all up better processor.
That that screen.
And the architecture behind me at the tools he can actually don't know why don't -- -- -- -- weekend that you cookbook.
And I'm looking at the screen and one that that the -- can't they didn't screen might be the -- -- the actual.
But and but the quarter screen at the top.
Could be a picture of what they what can finish this looks like but that the quarter at the bottom -- actually video of Julia Child showing you how to create the gas.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Think he's entirely that notion -- -- book that might not it but like you called building.
Altogether completely different -- that we had heard that we we did like we needed the report of and that you know apple talking at publishers about life.
Content for the tablet that would -- that -- -- it look at it on after.
At least in part.
There's dude we weren't sure about that that -- -- that and magazine publishers.
And agriculture as well public.
I can do agree with him I think the I think this is just -- a week station WB really I think if you.
It's just to stop so it at the motel six on the way to a better hotels and yet there is -- I think I think -- agreement on that just the question what -- tablets are common.
You can read Obama -- not look -- -- You hear it by the minute PP 99.9.
Applications completely device that -- hasn't even eager.
And yet I -- They didn't Internet connection you have complete game.
And you watch movies owned by the way -- we have multimedia books.
What would you choose.
Yeah and and broke left and you know -- have people being broken that you can take you know.
On the web already have -- blocked the view of a cooking show.
And from the big draw a bit like an e-book reader and I don't old ones I use my -- -- book.
-- The big draw it -- -- the street it it screen much higher resolution either on the it passes not.
Pumping life Q.
For the treatment of them and also the battery technology.
The book and I'm not a -- -- -- -- -- I'd like to read.
-- you know classic -- My own party -- you know.
-- value your article about the Paul -- -- offered safe and well yesterday just happened between then and then the ability.
-- -- -- No I know and I know I know what you mean and and you know again.
This idea of sitting there reading Natalie of the day who is looking like from the that the new lab the first one to cut celebration and a good and bad.
Now husband to -- -- and I'm reading all the book if you Hewlett seventy -- all -- -- iPhone.
And really you why don't bother by the FBI isn't should that Republican Alan under the bed and it's great that I can count the light.
I think that there and read a book on my iPhone now so.
We can extend that I strain it's a big problem the -- -- In the eye candy do you guys again at I'm like -- You know that put in the effort after after -- computer screen all vehicle it work I don't wanna look at it.
More articulate where you yeah I mean that could play I really good you know Campbell and when -- -- one boat.
You know maybe get them.
Who think we'll -- companies believe there working on the screen at a local local think I read LCD but then put between the yeah handled between that -- it -- like that -- -- -- pretty often -- and you -- beautiful commuting thing and when you wanna read something about a story about a -- guys you can.
Switch to the other a legitimate one -- element when it.
What did you suggests here that a lot -- it and a lot of people who still leaders.
Are above thirty years old.
And if you start thinking about that would cut that the gen Y.
They have grown up in an immediate care -- And can you talk to a lot of that they're the folks you don't deal with younger kids and indeed in the water meters from bench they're not leaders.
There used to a murder immersing himself in -- And that's why I think you know when we -- we keep thinking of media had more traditional sense of just applying it to a book leader we're missing the point.
We're talking about what can -- -- -- technology duke to create immersive storytelling.
Calling for and that's where this thing become much more interest.
It might be a never ending story -- -- that hump you're like if anybody could I remember thinking of the kid how incredible we'll all wheel of pop up book.
You know may get made reading a little more excited when -- -- jumped out at you.
What really quick don't we destroyed mentally -- the mocking you know put safety but big league leader of the group that Google book story.
On electable on this week as well obviously -- lump that in mobile while apartment and he didn't.
What happened here.
-- I still don't understand why the move in the back a year do we have any idea.
Now -- -- -- -- if they come to listeners of now but there are like over from Karl -- delay and there's -- they announced that one or two more details about we'll look at their plant -- about them that that they would now it could.
The idea that they could be its doors that led him to how we we see it where most people don't have with the Google checkout account so that the guys that the idea behind them.
Whether they're conflicted I understand that you can create key backing and commerce.
But would allow or -- be district or the distribution.
Of electronic books that thought he tapping into their role in all all it can't library rather than they would make it.
Think I don't know what you would go as far as calling it an open project.
-- didn't do particularly that it would make it pretty easy for people to come in -- now.
And you know put their content on there and then distribute to this commerce -- The weekly column public a -- -- all well and well that's right.
I think I think that we may have to do it is because it yet but there have been almost called called for Cuba but they're scanning -- other gonna make them available.
And they need to create a process through which they can you know pay these people -- the people that -- these rights yeah they had no choice yet.
Yeah you know court and at all worried about it as well but you know Amazon and I want -- -- into Amazon if he helped.
Now ruled out being -- delivery.
Which number well in the -- of -- like if you ordered something.
From one of those like grocery store places you deliberate thing day and they never did and didn't work out right -- Amazon now if you order by 10 AM we'll deliver -- you seen day it'll be a nominal -- if you're an Amazon prime members -- -- -- -- -- that you're gonna pay for if you want something deliberately that quickly -- pretty amazing how they're gonna pull this off.
-- -- -- that the only inflict the print out -- seventh that it knew where the local distribution they can do it cannot third party people will just be like their own book your own dvd best of them in house.
Yeah if -- order.
-- you you order a massive amounts of cookware.
And all there.
And all kind of bathroom related materials you have that on is that stability and at a moment's notice and come -- -- mean.
On noble are also delivers book and in New York City and in the same day if you Letterman you know by early afternoon.
But it reminds me of a company that used to be we're running in New York City want -- great start -- of the of the first dot com boom of the a couple of dot com you guys that we got.
And they would deliver and that they were mostly like a movie delivery service -- delivered to your house -- we delivery in flood Manhattan didn't matter how much you spent.
If you spent you know six bucks and got a movie.
Candy bar they would cut -- kind of a messenger here out of -- delivery within an hour.
And and went bankrupt and then what I forgot that it was probably going to work but it was -- from the -- I I'm gonna show off the what we have about five minutes here left -- who.
The brand new.
Look men know each -- he.
And -- yeah.
-- in the game it's great product -- handle -- -- we thought yeah.
I have the the old truck and I had the original now this when supports 720.
It look quite hear it 229.
And it was very competitive.
In the what would that won 99 -- one night and I listened to twenty ninth it got a slightly larger screen at one point 51 jumped up Q.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- He -- the screen -- this is so much better than wood on the other devices.
And end at the actual hand feel it yeah ethical enough so much better -- over -- Clinton pulled eating your hand and actually -- And it yeah it could very again only company to keep seeing between the aluminum approach and rounding the edge of everything.
But that's what that looked like a hole but the two hours of video instead of a one hour that it -- last one did.
How much different than the ultra.
It's just that the smaller smaller in size all that you know the -- -- actually without the battery you can -- -- -- replacement battery.
And doesn't that would have 1080 I and now the delegates senator what winning all the political seven point Kodak does an -- and here's the Kodak we have started that yet this -- the Kodak yeah that would support 1080.
And I really like that although the difference here between -- -- -- it is on the Kodak.
You can still shoot.
An external microphone Jack so if you wanted to run a lot of the law -- if someone's jacket and interviewed on or something.
Or seven models the end.
You could be that this one does not have -- the -- -- now does have a 3.5 millimeter headset Jack which you didn't before he could listen to.
I -- can you can be you know can you actually record if you have a -- A microphone in the 3.5 million I don't think so at least I didn't he get in the march.
It does it had HDMI out with a -- when did not look and I had -- -- -- now what were your impressions.
I -- that the big thing that I like and I have all of them.
They -- in how it feels in your hand that rounded edge right.
-- the square in big -- big difference when you're holding.
Through it and then it feels hollow which is nice the other one.
It still in -- -- have.
Pocket keeping her conduct carbon Kasey this will need that -- field.
They could fall I don't know I'd be afraid to actually walk it.
Yeah you're right you know -- bet my dad uses one of the what.
The original I'll put mentally he's a realtor and he uses it when he shoots video -- Her home -- that have to display on the video web site for her credential so.
Great little device.
Absolutely in the it'll be a big hit it's well this -- you can now you can get will be better than they know who we now have video.
Now the -- -- and had a VP that'll still I felt.
Anything in this case I would got about a minute left and I wanna -- wrap this up but I wanted to ask you what you're working on what we're study you guys are working on over -- strategy.
Well we are.
Very intrigued by Nathalie this whole tablet area but the crossover between.
The EVE books.
And where they potentially will go along with these new mobile devices.
And you know -- also -- for -- -- my column competitor Monday morning to night and my next.
Com I think -- -- 26 I'm drinking that exact issue.
A -- we'll check that out -- PC mag dot com.
Can Darren is he president of creative strategy a real treat patent them and that you glad I -- join you.
We will what will require the apple to the next time we have you on the show okay heavily that you -- -- apply to try to place organ trail.
That Buchanan of course with his -- we worked on that.
You can drink every -- Atlantic monthly dividend my element next week period that we got hit live and there's one of big thing I think -- We will see there did not live from PC -- you just beautiful little column on email we look on the Afghan wolf -- -- -- that Edwards had to overcome to Windows 7 different.
Yeah we've got.
Yet -- -- coverage and you know we could play with the release candidate for American and for a long -- but -- that will be -- And I wanted to decide that you're mentioned that the next week here on the show that you all those -- coverage dropped off before and dad is going to be here lead land where you'll.
She he nag here as well and we've been playing with a at length.
Hopefully after you got advocates talked to Steve -- which we'll call you -- work on this week again and yet each -- -- would have belonged to book called one Africa where countless people actually.
Broadcast of the thing -- -- those.
So I was talking to Josh we.
-- may not have some video from -- Steve Ballmer interview next week right here on the show and how quickly and get people get that out Hulu have that here for you next week next.
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