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Gabor Szanto
Head Of Audio Engineering at Splice. Founder and CTO of Superpowered. Creator of DJ Player.
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Gabor Szanto Oct 25
Replying to @Pv
No problem, US cases are just starting to boom again and everything will get back to US-shaming-normal in 4 weeks or so.
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Gabor Szanto Sep 15
Automatic translation between Hungarian and any other language is challenging. :-) Even human translation is complex to do, since it’s not an Indo-European language.
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Gabor Szanto Sep 15
Forbes címlapon. Még a legóim is látszanak. :-)
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Patrick Vlaskovits Sep 11
Given all the cool audio startups and audio products on these days ---- and I were only three years ahead of the curve. :P
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Gabor Szanto Aug 27
Replying to @Pv @daveconcannon
The translation to "I don't give a shit" can not provide the same flavor unfortunately. Hard to explain the nuances in English.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 26
Replying to @Pv @daveconcannon
That's a very nice and elegant sentence, but lacks the pure power and simplicity of "leszarom".
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Bob Moczydlowsky Aug 25
Big update on Music 2021: 1. All virtual. 2. Committing to 50% of program CEOs being diverse, going forward, forever. 3. Applications and referrals are open now. No travel, no relocation, same $120k USD, same access. More details:
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Patrick Vlaskovits Aug 26
Bob and the team at TS Music is going fully remote for its next cohort. If you have cool tech that can enable better experiences -- see below to get in touch with
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Gabor Szanto Aug 5
Replying to @Pv
Heard about the Dollar Milkshake Theory?
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Gabor Szanto Aug 4
Replying to @Pv
Baltic states have US presence for a long time now... Can't get any closer than that.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 4
Replying to @Pv
Good news for you: US troops down to 24k (from 36k) in Germany. Bad news for you: permanent US presence in Poland from now, starting with 6k.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @zcserei @Pv
GBP had a good run as the reserve currency before the first world war. Without a world-military, a smallish population and declining economy, how? UK has little power on anything.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
I agree, but maybe on an even higher/desperate level.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
I think Zoltán's point is, where EU power is greater, they use EUR instead of USD. Those are tiny countries I know.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
"war": an economic one between those currencies. Owning the reserve currency has unmatched economic benefits.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
Wouldn't we see a true USD-EUR war from that point? (Unlike today, where the EUR is only competitive inside the EU.)
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
Trade requires the use of a powerful currency. Reserve currency is always the best.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
I agree that the EU should continue with integration and create a real army that is more than a combination of weak national military. But if it would magically happen, it'd be a threat to US dominance.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
USD status didn't.
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Gabor Szanto Aug 3
Replying to @Pv @zcserei
US bears most direct costs, but benefits from economic power. Reserve currency status requires maintaining military dominance. It's not fair that a Texan should risk life for other countries, but works great for $$$. (The army is full with non-citizens in the front lines btw.)
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