17 Burst results for "Andy Kind"
"andy kind" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Seven nanometer work and get us back on track great. We'll stay there, but if you can't. It's time for an IBM like pivot where we stopped making typewriters and start making mainframe. Building ships and we'd go to designing them and designing controllers for thunderbolt and and data, centers, stuff and become more of an enterprise level company unless of a supplier for for personal computers. Right. And there's no doubt that that Intel still making huge amounts of money period. You Know I. You know I think it's been kind of crazy I, mean one. There's this huge reaction from Wall Street. Who punished in no, no uncertain terms, Wall Street just punished until stock price, AMD's now worth more per share, but the market value is so much easier by Intel but the other thing is you touched on it before is is they missed some opportunities and you know arm processors in cell phones would become the primary community. It's the primary it's. Primary Computer for the vast majority of people on the planet. You know they're never to have a laptop that we're gonNA have a desktop, or it will be a long time before they have a laptop or desktop, so the computers where the interact with the Internet and each other the web in Games and You know that was a huge opportunity that just kind of slid right by Intel by the time until realize that that you know the MD power devices primarily. Coming from Primarily running android. We're GONNA kind of take over the universe. You know they they were like okay. We're GONNA. Do Mobile, and they did this huge thing to do mobile, and it didn't really work then this huge thing to try to do Internet of things and it didn't really work so They're frustrated because in terms of volume. Andy's kind of taken over computing and they're. Also made huge inroads in. The data centers, so they have to be a little uptight about looking at that especially with I. Think you guys talked about yesterday with nvidia thinking about buying amd from Softbank? That won't be armed southbound, sorry. I've made that mistake. AMD on the brain. But you know if nvidia buys arm from Softbank that that's that becomes I think at that point, it becomes a real. Vicious and video versus Intel battle for data, centers, and and and. and A in all sorts of stuff moving forward So what you're saying is Indicating that either you get back on track or becoming a designer rather than a maker of chips is percents Intel Swansong. Yes question mark. Globe Saying it so. Definitely. Really is just slid right by me. I apologize. It's. No, but it's it's a challenge and it's a huge It's just a huge cultural shift at Intel. The idea that until would be factoring processors now. You know. Just throwing that out. Is that's that's meaningful, even if they never do it just saying that on an earnings call that's that's serious stuff. You don't have that by accident. That's not a away. I mean the other thing that struck me because I had cut and pasted. This incentive to friend of mine is You know the quote from from Bob Swan. Caused the issue, we believe there are no fundamental roadblocks. Okay, that's that's okay..
"andy kind" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"In just a moment and I don't know if you can hear it, but There's a a little bit of a pep in my step here as the kids say, we had actual news this weekend. as untrue, you resolve the giants. Giants officially signed Offensive Lineman Cameron Clark. The one hundred, twenty, nine, th pick of the draft to his rookie deal, and while the reverberations from transaction were being felt, the Patriots went ahead and signed Cam Newton. Maybe we'll talk about Clark next week but I i. think we're going to mostly focus on cam in this show and with that I'll bring in. Our special guest. It is Andy Andy kind of A. Kind of look surprising, says the timing surprising obviously. I think the landing spot is surprising because it just felt like they were gonNA make this move. It would have already been made. I agree with you and so you mean Cam Newton Cam Clarke as the main focus here for the very. Big Weekend for cams. Yeah! So. I said a few ago. I would be shocked if the Patriots Acquired Cam Newton for the reason that. I believe Bill. Belichick WHO's decision ultimately is of course Josh. mcdaniels run. The offense would Belgium gonNA decide who the is. I believe he wants someone who will execute their system the way it's designed, and he does not want unpredictability at qb. Even if unpredictability means that you're gonNA have some highs and lows, and those highs are going to be much higher than what a Brian. Hoyer can deliver for you. That was my thinking with it obviously. In this case that thinking was wrong because Cam. Newton's a unique entity and the Patriots are going to take a chance on them, so here's the other part that's true with new. England and it's paradoxical to what I was at first thinking is. They do a lot of different things to to win games. They win and a lot of different ways. We hear that all the time. They adjust their identity. People within football say that as well. It's not just something that that TV host of gotten used to saying I. Don't really know what they mean when they say it. The Patriots are very malleable and their identities and I think they're looking at the writing on the wall and the writing between the lines, and they're saying our best bet is to win through our defense. What compliments defense best? A running game power running game. If you're going to be a run, based offense, which they've kind of being at times in recent years. If you're going to commit to being a run, based offense than having a uniquely multidimensional running Qb does wonders for you remember back in twenty, sixteen. There was at Thursday night game I believe against the Texans. They had jacoby percent starting week three. Nobody knew anything about Jacoby. Except the Patriots of course and they went with a ton of read, option that night, which we had never seen from New England at work I. Think they shut the Texans out now. You know it didn't work for long. The P. The bills caught up to them the next week, but the point is. We've seen them. Adjust and do that stuff before an a three a three day week. It now. They're going to give it a shot for the season, but Gary one other thing. It's competition at quarterback. I mean Kim two numbers is his salary is not that of a guy who they clearly view as the the no question starting. Maybe that's partly because they didn't have any competition for signing Newton. Cam Newton's job necessarily quite yet, so then the question becomes a fallback back option or the option are they bring him in to do what we're about to talk about. which is be a run based team or is as Cam Newton the screw it. Let's throw caution to the wind. Because Jerry is not working out, is he? Data option were GONNA? TRY TO BILL YOURSELF OUT I. Don't know the answer to that. They haven't seen stood on throw in several months. Not like the I don't know why they'd be less confident. Instead That's where we're at with everything. Yeah and we're for the sake of the show. We are going to just go ahead and work under the assumption that Cam Newton will be the week one starter in New England. as he's at look that there's the fact that they are. According to reports high on Jarrett Stidham You know who who knows if that's true or not, but it's within the realm of possibility so You know this could end up being competition. Obviously Cam comes with some health issues. It sounds like he is. He is relatively healthy at this point, but with his list of injuries last couple of years. There's no absolute guarantee with that. He has not I'd leave at the time of taping. He is not taken physical yet, so that's. That's another thing to think about, but. Let's just let's just forge ahead. Let's just head Camp Cam Newton is the quarterback for the New England patriots in Twenty Twenty, so my first question, Andy is Look. We talked about this all the time we talked about it when the panthers wanted to do something a little bit different offensively the last couple years with with Cam, try and get the ball out of his hands. You're never going to have a cam. Newton offense. That doesn't feature him in the run game, so my question to you is do the. Patriots have a the personnel especially upfront to essentially replicate. You would the Carolina Panthers had. Let's say. Let's just say circa two, thousand fifteen. I'm not saying Cams, GONNA HAVE MVP type season, but Can. They basically run that offense with what they have right now? Well, that's a good question I think. Can we back up and talk about? The Cam Newton in the quick strike offense thing from a few years ago. which I think is really applicable here. because. That's a great point you're making. When you signed Cam Newton, you're signing him to be part of your running game. There's no question about that because as a pure passer. There's a lot of wildcards with him. In the run game offsets many of those wildcards so a few years ago and we talked about this a law going into that season. Believe it was twenty eight at the two thousand eighteen season Gary. Rick Cam Newton plan was for I'm almost positive. It was planned to get the ball out of his hand. Okay plans to get the ball out of his hand, a little bit quicker, and they were going to include the running back in the passing game more and. That was all good and well and I think Newton is I want to say. He responded positively on paper I think his numbers were not pull him upright here. Yes, sixty seven point nine percent completion rate that season and they had Christian McCaffrey aboard so obviously he's a big factor in what they do. And he had one hundred seven at year. The overall point though that we had concerns with and I think it proved true even though Newton had a high completion percentage when you're running a quick strike. You can't afford incompletions the same way because that's that's almost getting A. Run based offense a little bit. Put you off scheduled just enough. Also a quick strike offense is a timing and rhythm, thing and incompletions compromised rhythm, so newton had a good completion percentage because I think they did a nice job that season of designing plays, especially with McCaffrey in the passing game, but it never looked fully like a quick strike offense where there were three or four receivers that might get the ball given any snap, and they're doing stack releases and crossing routes and and. Picks and rubs. They never got into that full rhythm. Which is what we've Seen New England. Do that's their hallmark over the years so I. Don't believe Newton can run that that kind of passing game which I do. Are you with me on that? Don't think you're saying that they can't either correct. Yeah. I'm with you on that. So then, which means that Newton is here to run a totally different style offense. What New England has as other options if they'd go, withstood them or Hoyer. You're obviously not doing with those guys what you'd be doing with Newton, I think that in and of itself is extremely interesting that the Patriots, basically because with story in. With with Hoyer instead them. Story Orders Call The backup story. We don't know which one with. At least you could say if one doesn't work out you plug in the other in everything you've been practicing is still in play you still running the same offense with those guys and I think that's a big deal and a season that has had no off season I. Don't know if you can have two offenses without having had an off season, but obviously new. England's going to go in that direction, because if Newton's in their the offense will be tailored for him. They're not gonNA. Make the foundation quick strike passing game in fact if we'll get into, assume we're getting into the passing game..
"andy kind" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Three. One of the many things that I've said about apple since the death of Steve Jobs is boy they've really fallen behind. They're not as innovative as they once were. I mean, it really says a lot about the man who founded the MacIntosh computer way back in the seventies. And then introduced us to a new way to think about technology with the ipod and the iphone, but is this the way Steve Steve Steve Jobs were alive today. Would he appreciate how people use his invention? It's a question. I've wanted to know, and there's someone who feels he knows the answer on what Steve Jobs would think Andy kind of wrote an op Ed, and it was in the New York Times. And what they're saying is that Steve Jobs would not want us to use our iphones like this. And I think he saw the iphone which he first introduced in. Oh seven. Thank you saw it as this is the most amazing ipod we've ever made and guess what you can call from it too. I'm not so sure he was all in on the internet internet connection. I just think these phones have taken over our lives. You know? I mean, I'll even be honest. I think my wife, and I my wife, and I were going to church on Sunday. And I pulled down the street, and I forgot my phone. I went back and got it. Did it really need it? No not. No, I didn't. But I went back and got it. You know, I went to a WWE's Royal rumble yesterday at chase field. Do you not only people were walking around with their heads down? Oh, I'm looking at their farm. Sure. And you're near the concessions or you're near the bathroom. You know? There was a guy a guy who didn't move in the bathroom line because he was looking down at his phone. So we did we went right around him. He had no idea his loss. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't think Steve Jobs would like the way we use our phones, you're absolutely right with this guy is saying is that jobs thought of this as something to support your day, not subvert your day? It wasn't as distraction. It was supposed to be something that would help. And certainly there are a lot of people there. Now the hottest thing in psychology. Now are treatment centers for phone and technology, addiction, mazing amazing. All right. Steve jobs. Never wanted us to use our iphones. Like this. Can't blame him coming up next. Well at four zero five will take twenty minutes and bring you the big four at four. We've got four big blockbuster stories on the way.
"andy kind" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Jet appetite and Madeleine wise who plays the amazing cat, my new girlfriend character, wonderful amazing performer. We will be there. So please come see us in sketch fest. Let me see where whether I. Yeah. All right. And that's I think that's those two dates and sketch festers what I had to promote. I also want to give a shout out to our Pete's picks. One of them. I don't do this one every week. But as me on these I'm wearing, mommy. Andy's kind of like, I don't know what I would call this pattern. It's kind of like a Tam with like purple lightning bolt on it. I love me on days. The story is you guys know this. I I'm only endorsing things that I actually use that I actually love and I realize I'm thirty nine years old. And I hate my underwear. I'm tired of sh- crap. Tired of crap underwear and so Vallon I both of us had heard great things about me on days, and we a complete. Underwear overhaul. And I think you guys should try and Valentine's Day is actually be perfect time to get into it rather than spending money on going out to fancy restaurants. Why not just hang out in your underwear all night, courtesy amenities? You know, what I mean, just you and you do in your mandate. I think that's a good idea. They're made from micro fabric, which three times softer and cotton. They feel fantastic. The patterns are fun. They have Star Wars. Prince. They have Valentine's Day prince have Christmas new years prince. I'm a member of their of their club. Which means they send me new prints. All the time. I wanna make sure I get that wording. Correct. Yeah. It's the club. We wanna do. You wanna go to on these dot com and use slash weird. You're gonna get fifteen percent off your first pair free shipping..
"andy kind" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"The mall. More than one person has pointed out is that the line between a novelty hit and just a hit seems to be blurred right now that is always seemed to be an example of that to me. I think a lot of these sank represent a sense of humor. Like, I think that the the line is blurred. Because like the song can be funny. NBA hit at the same time was kinda funny. Sure. Yeah. And I think that like to somebody who doesn't really understand like, oh, this is going to ring off when they play it in this place this place if you just like listening to it. And you're like is the joke, then you might call it a novelty hit until like you keep hearing it out of every car window in New York for the next four months. And then you have to start to realize there's no such thing as novelty hit more, exactly. No, I was I was gonna say that exactly. I think even if you look at somebody like Eminem like he was a novelty until he wasn't like his first big hits. Like, my is chill like that. Like that was a novelty and now we look at it, and nobody thinks that anymore. Nobody thinks like oh like this was supposed to be a joke. You just listen to your like, oh, that's when Eminem blew up. Yeah. For sure it's interesting. I think it applies to artists as well. In some ways. I mean, Cardi B, right? Everyone loves bodak yellow everyone thought it was great. It was obviously great. What was entirely unclear was whether it was just like a total fluke one hit wonder situation. You know, I mean her resume to that point did not suggest someone who'd be making an album that is topping critics lists. As one of the biggest of the year. That was great. You know, she she was someone who had been on reality television. Just was not the path that traditionally would expect to lead to great artistry. And that stereotype is obviously wrong because it did. Right. So I it's hard to know what to what to make. That I think Cardi B like, you know, best rapper alive English. She did that like you can put up her against Nikki. And you'd think of somebody like Cardi B issues very candid like any girl in New York and go out there and strive to be Cardi B because she's documented her rise. Like, she started on Instagram. She's like, I was a stripper. I'm not ashamed about it. She went to onto love and hip hop. It's like a very very organic way of saying here all of my faults where Nikki honestly spent the last year trying to hide all of her faults. Andy kind of hurt her because she's like, I don't know how many girls now personally want to be Nikki in the same way. They wanna be Cardi. That's interesting. What do you mean hiding her faults? I think Nick like to Brennan's point it took her almost what a couple years to get this album off the ground, and it was a very major label way of ruling on. There was a lot of like singles that were kinda rolled out. And they didn't get the responsibly wanted in there for the need to rework the whole. Album. I'm obviously not privy to what her and her team, we're discussing, but it seemed like there were a lot of false starts on that one. And then this year when she didn't get the sales that she wanted. She kind of kept throwing the extended tantrum about criticizing Travis Scott for asteroids like merch sales and Kylie tweeting about it. As the reason she didn't like top him in like sales. And it's kinda like Travis has been releasing music on a very regular pace, and like doing stadium shows that have very regular clip for a couple years now and he's got his biggest album he might be bigger than you now. And I know that that's a tough thing to hear for someone who's, you know, being rich and famous generally drives people crazy in like a very specific way..
"andy kind" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Maybe that's that's a stupid thing, which is like, oh God, because you know, when they start dating the kind of like normal people. Yeah. And then the, they think they're going to be like reprieves unlike these wonderful like grounding figures in their lives and end up being just have dated married their agents. It's been quite a few. Think it's the person that you're around the most? I now it's a person doesn't really works for you is inspiring to be honest, because then it's like, Yup, make it work, continued to work for me, but now we're married and he still worked for me and like, oh, she's dating like another hung, da, whatever. It's not. It's not surprising. It's not wishing to come on. We will. We will keep you abreast of stars porn, Oscar knows. But if you want the most go to go to little actually just had an episode on why stars born. It's like the movie to beat. Listen to them other things you miss what your way I'll do like a, I'll do like a speed round and you can like, give me your one comment or whatever. Okay. Okay. Ready. Jan. Janna Kramer wants to do a live podcast while giving birth. What's your comment. Like who is that? No, I know I know who that is. What's your comment? I don't have a comment. I think. No, I feel like no, like no don't do that. Hallmark has thirty seven Christmas movies coming out. What's your comment? Not enough. Okay. Let's see what else? How many of them start Candace Cameron Bure honestly, like forever. I or something crazy. Did he and Cassie split after dating for eleven years shocked really? But also not that shot while great comments. I'm going to skip this for a second. We'll come back to it. Joe Jude is is getting deported after jail turns out member. We we like mention that, but we were like that seems like a lull note. It said I said, I just missed him. He'll be going back to Italy right after I leave to bed next up Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee son joined the hills revival not as big of a deal as Michel Barton joining. Okay, okay. And Jeff Lewis is like NFL with Andy Cohen. How do you feel about like the cancel? Because he was the cancellation eighty. It's time I couldn't believe that show is still on, and also I kind of I used to watch it and I just don't like meet energy though. Don't you think he's probably very, really mean energy? I feel bad for Jenny and Andy kind of his. He has to put up with him, I think. Yeah, whatever. Yeah, Mandy. Mandy doesn't put up with and the last thing not on the speed round, but in the actual round. Maybe the last thing we talk about which was huge for. I mean when this happened like the earthquake, which is reports that Jessie j and Channing Tatum are hooking up. Yes, yes. Yes. He, I love it. It's perfect. It's great. Literally, the best thing that's ever happened. I cannot believe it took this long. For Jesse, didn't Ebersol listener. You kidding? Like I mean, for Channing Tatum to nap himself, the most famous person in China. It's so true God aside from fan being being God, she's visit. So in married, it's so funny. I think I want to a party wants to like be polite and say like, okay, but house Jenin all this. It really isn't about her. He's she's dating the famous one. He's the famous. She's awesome shading. She's on people on the resident. I've seen her. She plays so mentioned the resident anymore. Lindsey, please stop mentioning the president. She has a guest roles, she's fine. Okay. I loved this. This piece from people that you put in here the London. It says, who is Jessie? J the story. There is a perfect like a little call out in the story. And then there's a second a separate segment that's like, who is Jessie j for the heads? And you know what? It doesn't say. It doesn't mention the singer at all. We just crazy. 'cause that's arguably the most interesting about interesting thing about her. It's like, oh, cool. She has like a song called domino and she was on bang, bang like that's not Jessie. J they don't even mention domino. They don't mention her best song. How they did. I heard coming out of storefronts twice. Also, I love says a source. She is a real sense of humor dole..
"andy kind" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"To flourish during the interstate thirty five project I go, I'll say this. Everyone, awake. Oh, seems like they have a heart of gold. Like every time I watched the show every. You know, like I read, I was reading about this. You had quotes from like the mayor. You had quotes from city council. You had, you know, chip and Joanna pass, and everyone in Waco seems like the best people ever and not only that you can find the best house or the worst house in the best neighborhood for really cheap. Eighty dollars for house. Like basically it's basically a big Mayberry is the impression I get Waco giant. I don't even know that it's a big Mayberry. I think it's just a Mayberry. It has like Baylor there. So I mean, you know, as a major university Marion Barry, not have a college? No. Mayberry was off the main road. They made. Disa- building and that hell the jail, Sal. It was one this little building that was a police station and a tiny jail cell peop- for people who had been. Let me try to say this delicately they're writing session had run. They really played up the humor of alcoholism jail cell. All the good qualities of the show. They did play a crippling. Alcoholism. Good joke. Like what in jail cell and let's make fun of him while he says absurd, I'm gonna hear this parish. The good people of Mayberry. You get the impression that maybe higher education wasn't a huge priority and that said. Outside of Andy, I feel like the after him the intellect general intellectual Maluku really takes nosedive. That's true. Andy kind of holds together and then, yeah, if you were to move him from the equation, like I feel like I feel like that that may berry was one sheriff, you know, not being around to devolve into Lord of the flies where everyone sustain themselves on, you know, knife-fights and Kane fishing like that was the only way they could survive and whistling contests, which. We weren't allowed to watch TV in my house growing up. You'll know this that we didn't want Thursday. Yeah, there was no TV, except when dad got home from work. He wanted to watch the Andy Griffith show. So I have seen every episode because it was the only TV show. I was allowed to watch Monday through Thursday and my house all grown up. We got to watch one episode afterward, but before dinner, it's very wholesome show. I learned a lot about sufficient other than the crippling alcoholism thing is still holds as rippling out. There's the, I watch it still. I mean, throw it on my life. I'm written a lot of books about it around him. Thanks to it. Alcohol is little still still get a kit, like never whenever I stop stop and think about that being little Ron Howard, my mind is just exploded right? What a wonderful universe, like just an incredible life that we always more surprised about the happy days. Ron Howard, then I am the Andy Griffith wrong Harley. Your mind? I mean, think about think about that. I mean, honestly, what other person has been involved in as much influential. Television series right and movies. And I mean, run her nerve to the Star Wars movie like he's been everywhere is not is stumped all over the entirety of American pop culture. I think about like Steve curve sometimes caring about how he was like on the best bull steam the best, the best bursting. And now. On the coaches, the best wizar- same and like wizards warriors seems and it's like, who else could have this like this career that spans all these different teams and all these roles feel like Ron Howard occupies that for TV and movies like he's literally since he was..
"andy kind" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Defenses are still stout in their own way. They wanna stop, stop people. I mean, look at Kansas City right now in the Rams their two best teams in a game, Kansas City's a little bit shakey on defense, but the Rams got studs on defense, you know, with Donald in Sioux in two corners even to leaves out. But then you bring that offense along with Jerry golf is doing what girly, all they got. So many weapons. Patrick Mahomes is tearing alita. I mean, this is a kid that that I think that he was going to be the player he's going to be. I think Andy Reid is just giving him the keys and said, just drive the car, and you got to cheat out there and you got. Sammy Watkins and it's not like cream hunts having the game, you know the the season he had last year so far, but you bring him along. And again, they're hard to stop Mahomes back there. So something's gotta give. Did you hear what Jalen Ramsey had to say about the cheetah. He wants to turn them into a a little girl sentiment. Let's let's let's get that sound bite up for for Andre Reid here. No, this is Jalen Ramsey yesterday. Okay. Talking about tyreek hill when asked about the match up with Ramsey and hill coming up this weekend because Jalen to say he's good. For what he does team. He may all pro as a return specialist that right as specialists his rookie year. He wants to pro bowls as a return specialist specialist. Two years. I'm eighty Albro in my position as a corner went to the pro as a corner. So it's not a while Cheever versus corner Bente. Wow. But you know what I think Jalen has been saying that kind of stuff ever since he came in league and obviously he's if not the best corner lease top-five. You know when I played, it was Dion broad, Woodson all those guys. They just didn't have that kind of doughty d. m. might have talked a little bit and Jalen backs it up. But I think he. When he hears himself talk that hypes him up more. And of course media loves that kind of thing. And he loves they love talking when he played Odell two weeks ago every. Good corner wants to be on their best player. Jalen zen good corner, great corner. What's it'd be on their best player? That's tyreek hill this week. So he's a return specialist. That's true. That's true. But he's earned specialists the where I just heard it. How do you think the return specialist is handling that information. Return is not too happy about that. But again, everybody loves talking. This is this is a, he just wants somebody to talk back at them. And again, he's probably the top corner league and he backs it up, but it's good for media, and I think trust me by the way, I think the football, I'm sure if he was hitting here, he talked about you. Well, interestingly enough, he sat behind being the NFL honors this past year. How was that? I reminded him of what the seating looked like. Oh, you're in front of him. Oh yes. I don't know how much longer I will be, but yeah, so I think it's going to be a great match. I mean, this weekend's games are going to be awesome. Yeah, I know. But tie and tyreek hill. Do you think that the locker room or the Andy Reid is going to try and feed now and Eric, based on Andy's kind of cut cheese. He went take that she's gonna take that bait. Who was the Poos, the best trash talker. When you were playing..
"andy kind" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"We had three writers and we had a director, and then you go to studio, then we went, you versed the leverage to the package which made bids instead of going and giving the IP right. Normally, the studio would come to us and say, we have this script called Ghostbusters, and we want your story want this. Hey, well, let's say we want this director. We want this writer and they'd come one step at a time. We came with the whole thing completely put together for them all they had to say yes or no, that's right. And we did not give them much time to say, no. How quickly did the rest of the market? So this packaging which gave you guys a competitive advantage of a new formula to go to market, did the other agencies quickly jump on board and start doing it themselves or do they kind of sit and push against it for a while? And then. Later succumb to it and do as well. Well, fortunately for us, the competition was slow to react and while they in their inability to move quickly, we started silence what's happening to being her media right now in the moments of their audacity while they scrutinize it. Landgraf. All I know is in the two weeks since I've been up here, it looks like you have double. And so in their slowness in their slowness, we started assign sign other clients. And once we hit critical mass of a majority of that was it was over because you can't package without the elements, and we had three quarters of the elements. So there was no competition and it was the same problem for the studios. They had absolutely the ability to make contracts, but we have the creative people. So what we were trying to do was keep the creative people working together and hold their ideas until we could put them together. Completely Facebook. If you're watching live now, I know a lot of you listening to the podcast watching film, but if you're watching now, please put your phone number. It's a meaning opportunity to get a question into one of the legends of culture in my opinion, obviously, because as we keep going through this will Michael was able to do and disrupt not only in Hollywood. He, you know, I'm I'm doing a little talking blood in by doing some incredible work for Coca Cola and other things and started to destroy Madison Avenue. And now in these days, and we've spent less time talking about this. So I don't know as much as spending enormous amount of times in SF than with a contemporaries in Silicon Valley. So if you're a in my opinion too, because I've context of both the audience and Michael's career and what he's up to if you were a creator and you want to ask a question a macro and an often if you're listening to watching, you know how much talk about history tells you the future. I think there's no better time to call now putting your phone numbers, give Andy kind of your questions and he's looking right now. So what happens next, Michael late, you know, mid seventies, you started this company with two other morning that five live later across the way it became kind of more core like court, three right after right for different reasons. One of the guys retired, one of the guys kind of took a little bit of a backseat but stayed with us, but it was really Ron Meyer and Bill Haberman myself. And you guys had a core run for quite we had a good run. We had a good run. It's it's really incredible, isn't it? Well, what was the biggest challenge of running three headed monster? You know, that's I always say to cooks in the kitchen is already difficult. Well, I was really lucky. I had really good partners and we all split things up in a really interesting way. So Ron was fantastic with people inside the company and also was great with handling actors and actresses and Bill one better at putting television shows together. I mean, the guy had this extraordinary ability to read material and ideas and be like, and just instantaneously figure out if he could sell them as TV shows. And that left me an extraordinarily wide open field to run. So no one really stopped me from doing anything. And we had a different idea every week of what to do a different idea. And these guys supported. As a matter of fact, when we came up with the idea of working for Coca Cola and handling. All their advertising worldwide ad.
"andy kind" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"I am Gary gramling. He is and even like we're going to talk about this game a little bit. We're also going to preview the headlining games of week one. But Andy kind of like last year a lot like last year's win over the falcons last January. And then we saw Nicole's become I dunno, he became the new Carson Wentz for two weeks and now was sort of back to sort of survival mode for the for the eagles here. Yeah. And you wonder maybe it's just the way these teams match up against each other to slug fest games in a row. Now that have come down to red zone play primarily with Atlanta's offense for Phillies defense. I thought it was really well played game defensively, and I thought both offenses looked, let's call it sluggish. I mean a variety of ways they look sluggish. Yeah, let's let's start on the eagles side here. Look, it was a, it was especially so start for them to watch this game. Falcons mounted a couple of drives to start eagles really didn't get anything going until the second quarter. The control the clock and this is a point I want to make in this game. Here. You look at the time of his action sat and say, well, Philly, thirty, two minutes. That's that's not a. That's not huge advantage here, but you know, they didn't have the ball much of the first quarter they they had. They had a fourteen play drive in the second quarter and eleven play drive in the third, the end, the ball eight for fifty four on that game winning drive. A human night like that. It's almost like the the the analogy I'll give that no one we'll get because you're all football fans and not baseball fans is the new thing in baseball is high stress innings for a pitcher. It's not the total number of pitchers pitches. He throws that you're looking at if he throws in inning, worry as thirty pitches. That's when you're gonna really Dan, you want, then you want out. So. So it's like with Atlanta, it's one thing to be out there for you know, a couple of four drives five play drive six or whatever when you're out there for the long ones that that it kind of ruined you for the rest of the night. Well, that's a great point that it's coming in stretches like that because I think Philadelphia what's like they ran sixty four plays in the game, and it felt like that watching the game, it didn't. They didn't go hurt. A lot of these teams that run a bunch of plays. It's because they go hurry up to get a lot of plays crammed into less time when you keep the defense on the field, especially in week one where these guys are acclimating, no matter how big no matter who they are, what they've done all summer, they're still acclimating. Defenders are reactionary. It's harder to exert as a reactionary mover than a proactive mover that's going to favor the offense every time. And I would imagine we're going to see a lot of teams in these games on Sunday. Gary, keep that in mind and mount the NFL's about explosive plays ultimately, and Atlanta didn't have enough tonight. They didn't have enough last season, and that's that apparently remains a concern. But in week, one more than the other week mounting long drives takes on an addict significance. Yeah. Well, let's talk about how the eagles did it. And let's let's start with the two touchdown runs for JJ. They were both unique formations here. There's the short one. The first touchdown of the game where it was a it was an unbalanced line with the Zach ertz on a on one side and they'd running to that side. The second one was a six man line and again, they went to I I guess I would call it in layman's term. I'd call that the short side. I guess it's technically not the weak side. But there's less big dudes over there. So I'll call it the decide you wouldn't expect the play to go to necessarily. But why did this stuff work tonight? Andy? Well, let's start that second one first of all, and went unnoticed on the broadcast because there's so much going on on that play Zach, ertz tight end block Derek, shabby. The defensive in one on one, and it was a reach block, and then he sealed them back inside..
"andy kind" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"This lot more exciting to many people to do that, and there's no solution out there that you can really go out and buy. So does a line. Well, however. It is. It's a, it's an interesting. Diversion if you will away from that, that lunar Lander. It's a in terms of the pie there and because of investment opportunities and other other options that are out there in space, we've chosen to break it off as a as a subsidiary if you will from this. So it really comes down to the investment opportunities and aligning. Well, we'd love to continue doing it. We, we are still continuing to do it through this NASA contract and a lot of work. But I think it'll make sense because of the differences between what we do in the lunar Lander side and what we do on the research and development side here, it s robotic I think in to segue into Andy's common end show you're probably gonna jump into this about what is different about the q. Grover, but we really pride ourselves on how we've developed this and that it's really lightweight. It's two kilograms, which ultimately equates to really low cost in sending it to the surface. They're reliable. As Andy kind of mentioned, we have heritage space, Sarah chair at Carnegie Mellon University. I'd asked her botic and buildings based technology, which is absolutely been integrated into our Rover design, and they're scalable and modular, which means that they can be a justed so they can soar they can. They can hold different instruments on board. They could do a lot of different science missions or exploration missions. So between all those things, we like to think that we're very different from what the market currently provides, and that were order made into less than what it would cost. If you look at Sojourner which has a little bit different costs because that was sent Tamar Mars, but you're looking at seventy five million dollar mission, twenty five million dollars just for the Rover, where fraction of that. We're talking less than less than five million dollars to high the Rover and to send it to the moon. The other reason to go to separate entity company as we see Cuba ever as a product line, it's not a one off. The were building. We hope at this point we. You have to develop this first version and prove it what we want our own customers for this product and to actually build it into something that can scale larger cube with different in greater capabilities. And that's just yet another reason to to really turn into a separate separate company focused on this technology. So does that mean that you know you are Lander agnostic to assent to like maybe the initial projects will be Astra? Botic Landers. But it does give you some flexibility into the future. Yeah. So one of the strengths of Cuba over is that it is Lander at nasty, but it's been Bill configured to ask robotics, paragon lender. And obviously a lot of the missions are going to be supported, at least in the near term Astronautic is going to be launching, and we're going to be launching with them. If there's a time line that a customer needs meet or their specific instrumentation needs that need to be met on a different Lander than the benefit of tuber is that it can be land. Right, NAS tick. And would this be a situation where you build an operate these, or are you building and supplying them to customers to operate on their own. The interesting part here in it's part of why we think that the cube rivers are interesting to customers is that they would operate them. They're, they're telling operated by the customer, and that has a lot of benefits for for many reasons. Customer access to their own data also increases stem education in their community awareness. The more people you can have involved with this experience or you can share this. And as we've seen with countries that we've talked to and promote space education, that's a that's a critical factor that a lot of these countries are hoping to include now is these Rovers. I mean, imagine driving a Rover here on earth that eventually going to go to the moon and a kid being able to say that they did that is a really powerful statement. The name cube Rover comes from or inspired by the cube set world. And in that in that in that world of people design and build their own cubesats, and then they fly..
"andy kind" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
"We need to cover our most important expenses like website hosting podcasting equipment. And what else? Andy, I think Knicks would be good answer to that question. Yes. Can't forget about Knicks once again the URL's. Are you tickets shop and store? Dutch up. Thank you. Right? You're listening to a simply call radio. I'm Jared Morrissey sandy bottoms and Ryan Phillips and Ryan, you looted to this week's top story which was Hoosier hysteria being announced. And so let's linger on that for just a few minutes. You mentioned the date Saturday, September twenty. Ninth. And what's notable about that date is how early it is. So last year Hoosier hysteria was on October twenty first. And the date for this year is going to be really close to the very first day of practice because the first day of practice can be forty two days prior to the first game, and last year's first game was on November tenth. So we'll have to see what the schedule looks like for this year, but. Andy kind of look toward Hoosier stare and you think about, you know, some some, some kind of things to watch out for looking looking in advance of that. Everyone's gonna talk about the scrimmage and the dunk contest and all of that. And that will surely be fun. But to meet with the biggest things to watch for our number one who will be in attendance because who hysteria is big for fans, but it's really big for recruiting so we know always. Yeah. And last year it was huge. You remember them walking Romeo out and kind of walking the players across the court. So we know trace will be there. We know kion we'll be there surely many, many others will be and also will the locker room innovations be done because that is something that I had heard that they wanted to Hoosier hysteria when those would be done and ready for display. So Andy, anything else that you know is that date approaches you're going to be kind of kind of looking for two to see what's going to be on tap for fans. I was really struck by how early it was and you kind of back into some of that new at times in the past, they've really wanted to do. It feels like there've been times they wanted to do on the weekend. Home football game, but really the only one kind of around in general areas, the game in the middle of October, which was homecoming. I'm not sure they wanted to. Stack it on top of that, and that's called double booking in the industry. Thank you. Thanks for that little insider tip there. And then the week after that actor six to state, I would argue many, many fans of the team would probably say, I would love distraction to not have to watch you play football though. A real editing show football. So pretty close in recent years. Goodness. But so, yeah, it just struck me as as with the timing of it being early..
"andy kind" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
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"andy kind" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"How long have you been meditating not long not long i i hadn't done it previously i've i've probably been doing it for three months now i have you noticed anything like is what are you noticing i notice a lot more energy throughout the day because i honestly i couldn't tell you why good science but at some point just being in don't even think about it as meditating and i think a lot of people which is i think a lot of people get lost in the translation you know when you say meditating i think a lot of people think of that as crossing your legs and being like in your element or whatever that is with meditation music in the background it's baggage within word yeah exactly and for me it's just kinda chillan and just like realizing that nothing else is going on i can just let my mind wander it just really sets the tone for the day and then at night when i do it again it let's my mind wander and then i'm able to fall asleep easier because i've already thought about everything that might keep me up and i've just kind of brushed it off and a really good way the andy kind of talks about it and he put a comb he talks about it as you know cars and traffic whether you're going to go out and traffic in risk being hit by car to slip the cars pass and that's kinda your thoughts just going pass and letting your thoughts pass and yeah every every once in a while it's good to acknowledge some of those thoughts while you're having him but at the same time there's there's a lot of those thoughts negative thoughts that you really don't wanna pay attention to it just don't serve enough quality you know they'll serve up enough quality.
"andy kind" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Jacco way john elway's father when i coached out at stanford back in nineteen eighty uh i seventy nine eighty of john was our quarterback his a sophomore junior year and uh our first year out there uh john was playing baseball for the stanford cardinal went to the baseball game was a cold wet damp day very few people in the stands john elway was planned right field came into the stadium and i saw this gentleman huddle up next to the press boxy at a big hood on a big heavy jacket andy kind of way for me to come up and i didn't really recognize him and i walked up into the stands in i pulled down the top of the parka and introduced himself on jack l way on the head football coach at san jose state at the time and i'm here to watch my son john play baseball here have a seat next to me so we sat and watched maybe half an inning and then he said to me said you know head coach george san jose and i understand that your quarter of your son's a quarterback at palo alto high school and i understand he had a very good year this last fall in maybe you could tell me a little bit about him and imia give me a heads up and so i went into might coach speak you know the coach speak well you know he's may be this and maybe doesn't do this and maybe he could do this a little bit better night's mentioned about two different things and he took his hand and slapped in on the bench and he looked at me and he pointed his finger right at me said enough enough about that and i looked at him like wow this is this is interesting and he gave me one of the greatest pieces of advice i ever had as a parent and something that followed me along through parenting my own children and then into parenting and being part of grandchildren children and here's the advice he gave me stop he's good i've watched him he's good he's got talent he's going to have a lotta.
"andy kind" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Be like hey everyone look at me she she has the clout to that she has the fame already she doesn't need any more on i'm going to get a really deep into ally in her documentary that that their new album that she pour out her tours cold joann joann is her dad's sister who died at nineteen years old she never met her because she died at nineteen but she wrote a song about her name the album and says she is joann so i when i was watching hours telling ngozi she's just seeking attention that she's never met are already thinking about her four l i mean everyone has their own emotional connections to people and who are we to judged the you know i'm a judging lady gaga says that she is joanna near in the in the documentary she's like us as i hired her i'm sure it's not like i am her reincarnation i'm sure i'll you know like i had like with jim carrey does anti kaufman yeah exactly which i is that come out next friday oh i i heard jim carrey hit rockbottom her just lost his mind yeah that's what i heard it hires agree as a he found his mind really i think he's and we would you me what comes out next week so it over next friday's a big day another big day down live last week that we gotta star wars battlefront we got justice lee who we have the punisher annette flex and we have the andy kaufman jim carrey documentary on your i'll tell you right now like if you guys haven't seen the movie others movie called man on the moon it's one of my favorite movies of all time i i swear to god that in truman show to me were just like ridiculous we what's going on with jim carrey with would what is this the documentary because he filmed the movie called man on the moon it's it's based off of this guy andy kaufman who was on he was a he was like a comedian slash people argue he's like us social commentator back in the '70s and '80s right and hit it alight controversial shit very controversially it's like his life and he's acting as but he says he stayed in character the entire time and he swears that andy kind of put himself in his body yes just like.
"andy kind" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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