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|This is the Daily Tech News for Monday Sept 19th, 2016 I'm Tom Merritt|
|Uber's opening an office in Detroit-- one autonomous guess as to why-- and GoPro announced it's new Karma drone with fold-up wings a backup and three-axis camera stabilization for $799 or $999 with the new Hero5 Session and $1099 with the new Hero5 Black. Now here are some more Top Stories.||http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/19/12977268/uber-new-detroit-facilitiy-autonomous-car-test|
|t||HP OfficeJet, OfficeJet Pro and OfficeJet Pro X printers have started to report third-party ink cartridges as missing or defective. The BBC reports that ink vendor 123Inkt did not believe a firmware update had been issued since March making it a timed situation. HP says printers will work from third parties as long as they have an original HP security chip. 123inkt said it has developed compatible chips that are in production and said the problem is not unusual.||http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-37408173|
|v||Google announced a travel planner app called Trips Monday for Android and iOS. Trips can organize your plane tickets, hotel reservations, offer editorial guides and make personalized recommendations based on your Google History. You can download information including maps and directions for offline use. -- Helping users find things to do on vacation seems to be a trend as Airbnb acquired Trip4Real a company out of Barcelona that offers activities in cities around the world to help you "experience a city like a local."||http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/19/12943054/google-trips-travel-app-android-ios|
|t||A report from Bloomberg notes sources say Samsung rushed the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in order take advantage of a lack of compelling features anticipated in Apple’s new iPhone. The USPC said the faulty batteries were slightly too big for the compartment which put pressure on plates within the battery cells causing a short circuit. It is unclear if the accelerated timeline led to the mistake.||http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-18/samsung-crisis-began-in-rush-to-capitalize-on-uninspiring-iphone|
|v||Twitter launched new rules about character counts in its posts. Starting Monday images, videos, polls and quote tweets no longer count against your 140 character max. Twitter is also testing an option that omits the username of a person you're replying to from the chaacter count. Only the person who sent the original tweet is exempt though.||http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/19/12973812/twitter-expanded-tweets-usernames-media-replies|
|t||Salesforce announced the launch of an artificial intelligence platform called Einstein Sunday that will be implemented into its cloud services. The company also announced the creation of a Salesforce Research unit for deep learning, natural language processing and computer vision, led by Salesforce chief scientist Richard Socher. Salesforce acquired Socher’s company MetaMind earlier this year.||http://venturebeat.com/2016/09/18/salesforce-forms-research-group-launches-einstein-a-i-platform-that-works-with-sales-cloud-marketing-cloud/|
|v||Stephen Hackett of the 512 pixels blog reported his iPhone 7 Plus started making a hissing noise when under computing strain. TechCrunch's Darrell Etherington had the same experience. The hissing was not coming from the speakers. Apple told Hackett to return his phone to an Apple Store for a replacement. Rene Ritchie at iMore found the sound is made by the last two generations of iPhone, all recent iPads, recent Macs and even some routers he tried. Speculation abounds as to whether it's a cooling system or coil noise. Coil noise or coil whine,, happens when electrical components reach a resonant frequency that causes the circuit to vibrate. My guess? It's the ghost of the headphone jack.||http://thenextweb.com/apple/2016/09/18/iphone-7-plus-reportedly-hissing-owners/|
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|The concept of the endless newbie||https://mobile.twitter.com/Veronica/status/776436250538422272|
|- Veronica came across the following passage in Kevin Kelly's book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 technological forces that will shape our future|
- "Technologies that will dominate life 30 years from now have not yet been invented. So naturally you'll be a newbie to them. Secondly because the new technology requires endless upgrades, you will remain in the newbie state. Third because the cycle of obsolescence is accelerating— the average lifespan of a phone app is a mere 30 days — you won't have time to master anything before it is displaced. So you will remain in the newbie mode forever."
- Endless newbie mode will be the default for everyone
1. Tyranny of the update (lost time to patching and learning)
2. The inability to "get good" at something before it changes ("I just figured out the interface and they changed it")
3. Digital gap widens as it gets harder to catch up?
4. Will we begin clinging to older versions? Can we if everything turns to a cloud-based subscription model?
|Troy in Slack: "really what you want to teach are patterns that are ubiquitous across different scenarios. this is encouraged by all major os developers — file, edit, window… ctrl+s saves, ctrl+p prints, etc."|
|Messages of the day (email@example.com)|
|Joe the Pilot writes: "Hey ya hi ya.|
You were spot on (or your guest was) in the aircraft, fire you can see vs fire you can't.
We are taught you get a median time of 13min to get every last person off the plane before they are overwhelmed with smoke. That's 13 min from the start of the fire, if you can't see fire for first 3 min you lose that time. Plus, if you can see that fire FAs are taught to suppress the fire... my knowledge lacks here because i dont watch the video every year.
Theres the video they watch it's ten min long. God bless you if you watch it. As you can imagine my job is to point down, attain a max rate of descent, land nearest suitable anything, and the book says consider landing off airport, like a highway. From 34,000 ft i can get about 4k ft per min average without breaking the airplane. Then i have to slow the plane down from 330knts or so and something less suicidal of a pitch attitude to land on anything firm. Its ugly and time is not your friend.
Keep in mind we are all training hard and working hard to make sure everyone makes it out alive and uninjured."
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