The book of Jobs--the real one Video
The book of Jobs--the real one Video Transcript
IT'S MONDAY, APRIL 11. I'M NATALI MORRIS, AND IT'S TIME TO GET LOADED. [*] YOUTUBE IS GOING TO START DOING LIVE VIDEOS. OF COURSE THEY HAVE STREAMED EVENTS LIVE BEFORE BUT THESE WERE FOR SPECIAL OCASSIONS. NOW SELECT USERS CAN GO LIVE ON YOUTUBE, WHICH MAKES THEM A LOT LIKE USTREAM, KYTE, AND OTHERS. [*] GOOGLE HAS PURCHASED PUSHLIFE, A CANADIAN MUSIC SYNCING SERVICE. THE DEVICES. IT WORKS WITH BOTH BLACKBERRY AND ANDROID. COULD THIS BE PART OF THE MUCH-RUMORED GOOGLE MUSIC? [*] GOOGLE IS GOING TO TAKE DOWN ITS STREET VIEW IMAGES FROM GOOGLE MAPS IN GERMANY. THIS WAS NOT A POPULAR FEATURE IN GERMANY. GOOGLE HAD BEEN SUED OVER IT AND HAD SUBSEQUENTLY MADE STREET VIEW OPT-OUT. EVEN THOUGH THE BERLIN STATE SUPREME COURT DID RULE THAT IT WAS A LEGAL PRODUCT, THEY STILL BUTT FOR THEM IN THAT COUNTRY. SO NINE STREET VIEW IN DEUTCHELAND. [*] SONY WILL DEBUT A VERSION OF ITS CLOUD-BASED MUSIC PLAYER ON APRIL 14. NAME FOR A PRODUCT. SECOND OF ALL, IT IS A PROGRAM THAT LETS PSP TOO. YOU CAN PLAY THOSE SONGS ON MOST INTERNET-CONNECTED DEVICES LIKE SONY TV'S, LAPTOPS, AND BLU-RAY PLAYERS. [*] STEVE JOBS IS APPARENTLY PARTICIPATING IN A BIOGRAPHY ABOUT HIMSELF. ISAACSON HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO WRITE THE BOOK CALLED ""I-STEVE: THE BOOK OF JOBS."" IT COULD BE PUBLISHED BY SIMON AND SCHUSTER IN 2012. ISAACSON IS SAID TO HAVE HAD ACCESS TO JOBS, HIS FAMILY, AND HIS COLLEAGUES SINCE 2009. I'M JEALOUS. I WANTED THAT JOB. NEITHER APPLE NOR THE PUBLISHERS HAVE CONFIRMED THIS. [*] EATING IF YOU SEND IN A PHOTO OF YOUR PLATE. THE APP HAS A DATABASE OF INTAKE TO HELP YOU STAY WITHIN A HEALTHY RANGE. I'VE SEEN THIS BEFORE. WOULD TEXT PHOTOS TO NUTRITIONISTS THAT THEY HAD STANDING BY. THIS IS A LOT EASIER. BUT NO HIDING THE CHEESE OR RANCH DRESSING UNDERNEATH YOUR SERVINGS! YOU'D ONLY BE CHEATING YOURSELF. [*] TREKKIES, YOU'LL LOVE THIS. STARTING IN JULY, EVERY EPISODE FROM EVERY STAR TREK SERIES EVER MADE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO STREAM OVER NETFLIX. RIGHT NOW, YOU CAN ONLY GET THE TOS SERIES TO WATCH INSTANTLY BUT THIS SUMMER, THAT ALL CHANGES. THIS INCLUDES THE ORIGINAL STAR TREK, THE NEXT GENERATION, DEEP SPACE NINE, VOYAGER, ENTERPRISE, YOU NAME IT. KNOCK YOURSELF OUT. [*] THAT'S YOUR NEWS OF THE DAY. I'LL SEE YOU TOMORROW. I'M NATALI MORRIS WITH CNET AND YOU'VE JUST BEEN LOADED.
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