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Dallas - Kristaps Porzingis’ dominance continues as Mavericks rip Grizzlies
"Spectacular night for poor easing guys helping the Mavericks seal back to back victories K. R. L. these trade Juergens with the story it was a one twenty one ninety six victory for the mavs that frankly never seemed in doubt Christos forcing us led the team with twenty six points and eleven boards and help spur up a huge third quarter for Dallas who put up thirty four points and only allowing sixteen to Memphis forcing us was one of six Mavericks with double digits as Luka curry right Jackson Lee all chipped in with ten or more points the maps still sit in seventh in the Western Conference but share the same amount of wins with the thunder and rockets with thirty nine but have more losses than those two teams next up for the masses the Indiana Pacers traveling down for six o'clock tip at the A. C. Sunday night
"christos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seven Christos posing as has twenty six Lonzo ball has twenty two wizards and Blazers in Portland this one belongs to the Blazers eighty seven sixty eight still have seven minutes to play in the third component that is twenty Bradley Beal as twenty three Timberwolves beat the bulls won fifty one away believe Beasley had twenty four for Minnesota the jazz beat the Knicks one twelve one old for William Bogdanovich with twenty three how about this stat line from Terrence Ross in the heat magic game by the way he beat the magic one sixty one thirteen Ross led all scorers with thirty five but did not have an assist did not have a rebound did not have a steel and did not have a block just thirty five that was it Duncan Robinson a twenty seven Grizzlies beat that's one eighteen seventy nine thunder over the pistons one fourteen one oh seven Yanis twenty nine twelve and six Bucks beat the Pacers one nineteen one hundred the Celtics get thirty two from Jensen Tatum Collin Sexton at forty one for Cleveland Celtics beat the cavs one twelve one oh six right to the college game number one Kansas beat TCU seventy five sixty six number eleven Craig over Georgetown ninety one seventy six number seven Florida state hangs on the beat Notre Dame seventy three seventy one forty right that would overtake celebrate Seton hall seventy nine seventy seven third right now twenty two they beat Rhode Island eighty four fifty seven on the ice third period ducks lead the avalanche three two second period coyotes lead the Canucks one nothing flyers five two of the capital's flames beat the blue jackets in overtime three two I'm J. Berman Hey guys DA here tomorrow morning Kevin Millar joins us from spring training the DA show six eastern CBSSports radio.
Walker scores 32 to lead Celtics past Mavericks 109-103
"Campbell Walker scored thirty two with the Boston Celtics snapped a two game losing streak with a one oh nine one oh three win over the Dallas Mavericks so the Celtics who played without the injured Gordon Hayward a market smart improved eighteen and seven while the local this man's dropped eighteen and nine so looks rallied from a nine point deficit in the third took control with a fourteen five run in the fourth then held on the rest of the way Kemba Walker led the Celts with the game I thirty two Jaylen brown at twenty six Jayson Tatum twenty four while Christos posing as lead the mass with twenty three Bob Stevens Dallas
"christos" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Is a three CR podcast and this is published or not. I'm going to start with my own story IDA garage sale in January. I found a course. It it was boned lacey. And in all Toba I had great delight in seeing get worn on stage as a costume by a bar girl in missile gone. I do like a garage sale. So what has the the story got to do with my order today. Well welcome Robin. Just use share an interest in secondhand clothes. Oh Yeah Secondhand. Anything and you'll book. Your book has the title nothing new and the subtitle a history streep secondhand right. Sartre secondhand means different things to different people. We get what yes sure it. Does I mean to to make you know it It it likes me up but Lots of people. It's anathema some such a stigma associated with it for many people either because of their own unexperienced when younger of having to rely on second hand and new not being a possibility for them. Or if they're the concept people who don't like dust and and and and germs Yep It seems to be something that they not comfortable with. So does am between those two. Those two polls is a fast spectrum. I always think we've got five op shops in the town. I live in but I always think of them. As you know. Two thousand shops they represent a different thing to every every person who walks in the door. They they kind of antenna achieved to something different every single person. And you just watch what people make a beeline for what they bring up to Canada. Because I work in the shop occasionally and it's just you know people look for in fine completely and use in different ways things that I just would never have off. AWW Book starts with the history of clause and I was surprised just how difficult it was for people to get close now. This is it kind of like a three hundred four hundred years ago. That truly difficult. Yeah there was a limited pool of stuff when you consider. Everything had to be handmade and the cost. That would've entitled other in time or getting tries person to do that. You can imagine why for most people Close what secondhand. Naturally the second hand the Dow might have been the second third fourth honor of that particular couch or whatever that had been either handed down class Walleyes and sold down or had been the Dan and remade for successive sizes of person from a woman's full-size dress and as it went under the uh-huh and so on It would be down to To suit a smaller person so yeah. Secondhand was the natural way of things when there was a limited pool of stuff it didn't own many close the not and so there was a business dealing in close off huge business so by by the nineteenth century secondhand clothes was a was a vast business. You look at somewhere like London and they had. The son had a stock exchange and a fruit and vegetable exchange an only a call exchange for these big commodities. There was a second hand Exchange as well where people the people basically the Reagan bind men but that will call L. climbing. Who would go crying illustrates Clo Clo? Wanting to buy your own club. I would bring back there of an afternoon. I bring back there banshee and sell it from an old clothes exchange they will. They were occupations that I've never heard of a club era by and the translator. That's right and h those each of those three branches of the the remaking and re purposing try that came out of the exchange would be either Mending as they were or remaking or the Club era was That was sort of illogic. Guile overhaul on cluber and love clobbering win onto she. Someone asked me the other night actually where the Australian Word Club for closed could have come from the clobber Elbruz. And I never thought of that. But I guess whom yeah maybe and even when close couldn't be one anymore. What will ray rags useful? All all those. Yeah the RAG man so Principally pipe cotton the cotton wool and silk. So cotton was mainly collected to Mike pipe before Piper was remade as paper before technology existed wall was shredded up to my new Wilson was shredded up by these big two machines call devils cried alone. Dust called devil's us. which would be used to make flock wallpaper as well as to line? The lungs of the work is work plans but that the would be ground up and mixed with a small amount of new woollen fi but to make cheaper quality wall which was very cheap purpose made clothing lots of people flocked to it and it was called shoddy and hints. That's where the words Sean he came. I'm from gives away the quality of the clothing. The the guys who had the uniforms shotty during the American civil war used to say that they would melt during A Jury Sheriff Ryan that would just return to the pulp whence they came so that was those an silk couldn't really be re remind. There was no way of recycling that fabric for anything apart from They use it a bit in not to make decorations on handkerchiefs. And things like this. But that's why at a costume collections and green costume collections. So full of grand so frocks because those were the things survived. Everything else was kind of shredded and pulped and ended up when all other use was Was Gone ended up his manure on the Broccoli fields or Some other sort of berries loved they called hold land rigs and the rags would end up there and be distributed across the fields. Now I'm GonNa get Robin near to read a little bit from one of her books from her book. This is nothing new because I. This was a bit of history that I didn't know and this is once again to do with all close. Okay it's from fifteen called mending versus ending in Paris Chris. During the First World War the British army had vast salvage depot served by a railway siding into which would roll wagonloads of soiled blood stained signed and tattered uniforms at the depot. Hundreds of French civilians most of them women were employed in sort sorting cleaning disinfecting and repairing the uniforms sending sending as many as possible back to the Max sudden soldiers at the front Uniforms arriving the depot side blood-stained or shredded. This to be passed repair was shipped off his rags to the shoddy mill. Still running Jews bring the elites in England the rest would be returned to a condition almost as good as new besides garments of wool and cotton the salvage workers had to revive coats lined with for or sheepskin and leather Jerkins and the long rubber boots worn in the trenches of the latter. Two thousand doesn't pay washed and dried dighly any that were too far gone. We used to patch the wrist. Many of the female salvage workers adopted as they work year. You All British army jackets complete with the stripes. Denoting rank look and we go on to find out in World War Two Collection of fat and Hair curlers Silk Stockings off immunizations. Now that we're going to have to jump quickly through this because it's just fascinating the whole business. We were looking at change. Greatly in in nineteen sixty s with new youth culture decided to dress differently and Mick Jagger wore uniform fancy dresses street with so we get this new hall thing about this opportunity shops tuning into people suddenly started collecting being anti vintage retro and And it just will have the opportunity show. It's the opportunity shop started not far from You'll fitzroy studio In Ninety two thousand five Simpson's hospital was Rising rising money to build a new wing and they had an empty building which John Rin had solved them very cheaply. It was circular. Had Been An all boxing in stadium and before that had been a place where pre movies had been shine And they had this building and one of the people on the fundraising committee whose name was lighting Milly. Milly tell us a former stage star had just come from monitoring holiday of Europe and the US. Yes with her husband and they had seen these bargains shops charitable bag and shops. And she thought we can do something like that. Not just a two day. Not just a two day jumble sale but a long lasting affair so They had a and she. Let's call it an opportunity shop. She the the shop she'd seen. In France recalled magazine Daca Xiang and Ocasio apparently can may not just bogging but also opportunity so she very very cleverly had a marketing brain and called them opportunity shops which is to my mind such a great improvement on the charity shops of the UK or the What do they call them? Thrift shops in the US. So both of those have a kind of a moral under time to them whereas opportunity just kind of sparkle's doesn't it just trolls you. In an in the first three hours opening it made three hundred pound. That's right yeah twenty five and and I just I would just sell out like that and other shop that I've been early on in the thirties near here Run by the Brotherhood of Saint Lawrence Uneven once or twice a month in a tiny little shop and a tiny little shop and the police used to have to attend those openings because so few people could fit inside and and so I mean I wanted to get in there that the crack cat crowd control was necessary. Look it's just not close spoken about in this nothing new. It's atom markets at. What did Henry Ford learn about? The desire for new car seemed goodall. Henry Ford. He had such I guess guess nineteenth century way of seeing the world that he thought people what people want would want in a car would be something that would last. I didn't even have to buy one Chi and it will. He took took pride in this. That's how we marketed. These these team or Ford will be the only kind you ever need to buy. Well rival comic comic as soon got the message that people were attracted kind of new blink in a better model and there was this kind of thing at work. Consumerism was really gaining signing steam during the nineteen especially the nineteen twenties and Indian. Even Henry Ford had to come around to creating new models. That might just have a few extra bells and whistles bats. what he learned of course was that as people bought. New Cars was second hand cars and he had not foreseen that Second hand cars rivaled new cars in popularity and He he actually proposed starting a plan or getting the government to start an operation way by all second hand cars head to head to be junked pulled apart and made into new disassembly. Lie this assembly line exactly so they would not rival the new ones but of course. Ah The used car market either took new market and yet you know this master businessman had not Had no I o industrial not for saying that look we go onto. Things is like Things that sold through the lost property or found object area stories of weird findings just fascinating. Hey to starve finding the diamond among the dross. Let's everyone's dream isn't it. Yeah absolutely I'd just as as we started with you and I Loving a garage sale. Hopefully it doesn't come to what happens in USA that you have to have a seventy five dollar permit Horrible so this is nothing new. It traces the history of secondhand the stigmas attached to it and the business that it continues is to be so..
Knicks take a pounding from Pistons in Detroit
"Games into the season the Knicks remain stuck on one win not much progress tonight after losing by twenty one at home on Sunday to the lowly Sacramento Kings they lose by twenty tonight in Detroit one twenty two one oh to the final the next play most most of of the the game game without without Mitchell Mitchell Robinson Robinson he he got got elbowed elbowed in in the the head head by by Markieff Markieff Morris Morris left left the the game game with with a a concussion concussion like like symptoms symptoms but but the the pistons pistons were were without without Blake Blake Griffin Griffin and and without without point point guard guard Reggie Reggie Jackson and without Derrick rose and they scored the most points the Knicks have allowed all season this is Julius Randle services let let our tune or we have plenty of time to get better okay so you're strong with a modern and eventually would and orders were going to be what I thought I was going to keep our right all of the next to die with twenty the audio courtesy of M. S. G. Andre Drummond at twenty seven the Tony still hit all nine of the shots of this game with Detroit including six three pointers he scored twenty four the next next opponent Dallas that means a game against Christos for zinc
"christos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Basketball game. Career high five. Juicing. You could go ahead and take that L all the way out through sports nine fifty the color, yoga, Chad, thirty one points, thirteen rebounds, nine assists, Maliki Beasley as you just heard career high thirty five the nuggets beat gallon. The rockets thirty six to one twenty two James harden did score thirty to extend his streak to twenty five straight games scoring thirty or more more Cuban telling ESPN's Tim McMahon, dad. Kristaps Porzingis a will remain sidelined as he continues recovering from a twenty SEAL in his left knee that he suffered a year ago, the Mavs acquiring him as the centerpiece of the blockbuster deal with the Knicks on Thursday making the deal with the plan on signing him to a long term extension. This off season. He was evaluated in January by Knicks medical staff, which confirmed his knees healing. Well, he recently worked out with the coach on the court for nearly forty five minutes. Frank guys soul of m- around the horn on. Golick and wingo on what went wrong for the Knicks. As well. As KP for the longest time was going to be a big part of their plan. So essentially to rid salary they had to trade their best asset. So I heard you guys talking about it before maybe they know something I have no idea we can't judge the Knicks until this summer because if they don't pull off something entirely these big guys, and the trade is a lose for them. I like the trade for Dallas for the Knicks. It's clearly a wait and see what happens in July. Yeah. Absolutely. The deal did open up about seventy million in cab space for the Knicks. But this summer which would allow them to sign to max a free agents. Kevin durant? One of those targets though, Mike Golic of Golic and wingo with this take on that thought. Basically, how this all went down is is the Knicks are basically blaming Christos porzingas. That's basically what's going on saying he don't wanna be here. So we're going to move on. And we're gonna what do, you know, while we have seventy one million dollars in cap space, and I. Well, I'll say this is all the people saying, well, the Knicks bus know that Kevin Durant wants to sign with him man to me. That's fools gold is you're thinking that right now how about how about the NFL would say quarterback drew Brees making the media rounds at the Super Bowl on Friday took issue with the fact that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell took ten days to publicly address the officiating error that went against the saints in the NFC championship game. Breeze told the Dan Patrick show. I think we all recognize that being in that position. You are the face of the league. And you have the responsibility to come out and dress issues when they come out. You don't hear a peep pretend days it's because he has to do it. Now he's at the Super Bowl, and he does his annual press conference. How about on the subject of the NFL needing to jump in on these judgment calls? Golick and wingo has had a different takes this week. Von miller. Adam feeling the Broncos linebacker the Vikings wide receiver with differing point of views. This a tough game. It's hard for quarterbacks to make quick REEs is. Horford defensive backs to pick a receivers and it's hard for refs to make the call spot on every single top. And you look at the scoreboard, and you sit in a slow motion and everybody can make that call. It's a tough league. And they have got to have something that can challenge or overthrow these these questions will cause. Change. I think like you said the NFL's reactively usually when something like this happens. They find a way to make it. Right. And and you like that as a player you want that. But you know, I think they've got to do something in and in the in the critical situations a games, you know, when it's the last two minutes of a game last minute of the game. When it's this game deciding plays they have to do something to make it right? It's a super Sunday. Now just a day away. NFL live looks at the sideline bosses the young gun in McVeigh and the been there done that in Bella check. If you're Sean McVay, and you're coaching a soup both aged thirty three in the town that you grew up. And if you were coaching a Super Bowl in the town that you grew up in against a.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"In mind for just a few seconds? These bits are stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch out of your mind. It's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when the act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or intelligence, the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each was presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference, but actually has huge functional vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a late and for much the way long memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. We'll opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question by working Mary volition, how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation theory is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far there has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior. Constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in its others theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. John Hamilton, NPR news. This is NPR news.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"Stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch Pat of your mind, it's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when to act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or in the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference. But actually has huge vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a latent form much the way long term memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. Well, what would it opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question about working, Mary, which is volition how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation there. There is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far. There has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in each other's theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. Jon hamm. Hilton NPR news.
‘Birds of Prey': Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Cast as Black Canary and Huntress
"Big bit of comic book, casting news, and that is that birds of prey have cast to new actresses for the film Christos, but it, yes. So you know a few days ago, we wrote up a story about how bunch of actresses where we're reading for various parts in the film, and now to have been kissed, Mary Elizabeth Winstead is going to play Huntress and journey smell at bell is going to play black canary in the film. And of course, Margot Robbie is starring in the film as Harley Quinn. And this is going to be Warner Brothers, big DC female driven team film, which is set to open in February of twenty twenty.
"christos" Discussed on Dude Soup
"There was oh good there were there were times where it wasn't additive like oh this is cool but it doesn't doesn't mean much but there are other sequences where it's it's fucking great or they do really cool things with it and that's when it it's important of eighty it was interesting to see them like basically see how they do the consistent camera plus still squeezing and loading screens when they need to yeah so it's it's like christos has to hold open a door erred so heavy in than tree squeaks on through and like the rooms very dark and then you come in and then all the lighting comes out our travel to this realm and right on a circle quick i was gonna say there's there are some places where it's not hidden as well i appreciate the effort i just put my controller down guard by the door outdoor fear out there and it was just appear in front of it this way then they they give you such a sparkling light show like when when you're basically trying to bridges and stuff yeah i also like to james point but the north north miss neurology i volume of norse mythology like what does the american gods was like such a cool show how they like sort of re like when they did the retelling of like all the the vikings at like poke their own eye out and stuff like i just the nordic art style is awesome it's just it's it's an it's really well done in this game it's weird it's like sort of how marvel's been influenced by like their their style of how they've they've done as guardian sort of world i feel like is it's not exactly like that in god of war but they're sort of that astral sort of like influence there and i i'm actually really glad that they made it feel like their own interpretation of north mythology north northeast thalji it is weird though because the world is so devoid of life like it's like here all these gods but they don't have like gods generally are bickering and using humans as.
"christos" Discussed on Top Down Perspective
"Makes is very cool i think the witches so she's awesome i think a lot of the characters you meet i just met another one that i can't talk about it all that is very cool and what what happens with this character is is really cool so i'm like in that quite a bit and it's to the point i like them so much that it's like i know eventually like we're not gonna be rocking to see this guy too often but it's like i just want you to be like in our party the whole time this is great yeah and ones that i can't talk about the two dwarf the blacksmiths of blacksmiths yeah both of them i like quite a bit yeah i really like rock brock's i like he's pretty good i'd like sinje sandy whatever it is cindy for him to just yeah just the fact that he's like a germaphobe yes he's pretty good there's a there's all the characters are are are a lot of fun to be around yeah i like bronx attitude like when you come back and he's just like looks at your acts and he's just like my brother touch this or whatever and he just like hits it with a hammer and it's like christos azam what did you do it's better and just gives it back to you fixed it yeah yeah no you're going to there's there's pretty good brock lines coming up after where you're at so keep an eye on that for sure yeah they're great the done the the fast travel like the weird portal stuff at any point yeah.
"christos" Discussed on DLC
"Very fascinating very cool christian let's talk a little i keep bringing god of war it's got a release week i know we went deep on god of war last week andrew was here and i hope everybody listened to that episode and if you didn't and now you've played it go back we did not spoil anything and we will continue to not spoil anything a story wise at least but i think we can talk a little bit more specifically because now the game is out about some mechanics mec mccann mechanism they're going to challenge you on that because echinacea mechanism stuff so have you been playing more gano you were traveling this week a lot i am i have played more not as much as i had played my pace has has lessened i i'm taking more leisurely approach and i had some other engagements kept me away from from my console but i have been playing more i'm still blown away by the game and who whoever had the idea and whoever the animator was that did the whole acts throw is just give that gallard guy arrays it's so good it's so satisfying i can just sit in a room yeah i'm playing catch with myself it's so good one of the things that i kept thinking while playing through god of war was that this is how i wish a superhero game played i mean i guess christos is basically a superhero at this point but this is how i want fours hammered feel if there were ever thor you know marvel's thor video game this is how i would want superman to feel in a lot of ways there's a they're very close to the beginning there's a big set piece fight that happens that won't spoil but the way it plays out is i think better than any axe neider films superman sequence in any of the movies he's done it is so well shots just cinematic ly how it's presented in the game and i'm playing it and it's not just a series of cutie ease im playing i m using the established mechanisms of the game to engage in that fight but also it's shot like a film and it has these incredibly satisfying set piece moments that has you know you're kind of moving in and out of cut scene and.
"christos" Discussed on Science Friday
"Has science friday from pri public radio international talking about gun violence with desmond patent andrew peppered christos despite the students from parkland florida the ones organizing the never again movement making a specific point about urban homicides in some of their interviews it feels like we're not hearing as much about this in the conversation when i'd hearing a lot about urban gun violence in this conversation coming from teenagers i mean i think what is so powerful about these kids from parkland is that they are speaking out and they're they're being listened to and we don't certainly as much as we you know care about these mass shootings is in our urban homicide from these kids is not getting much attention do we as their way for these kids to take you know to to see the power that the parkland kids are getting in them speaking out more i think what's interesting about this whole scenario of the parkland students have been engaged in conversations with youthfulness outside of chicago and a part of the challenges we recognize that mass shootings or a societal crisis but we're not when we talk about violence and happens in poor communities in my own i youth of color were not equating the same conversations or resources behind it and i think people they're not getting the same stage absolutely not absolutely they're not getting the same megaphone right is very important share yeah would you believe grandeur what what to do about that.
"christos" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Christos is very distracting okay this is something that your constituents of you concerns about this because i lived in much in the bj about how the big the big google's the facebooks would have on actually doing enough think we know they could just they make money out of us a one or two emails on it but i think you're right most parents just don't understand the risks that their children are running was forty before i get a mobile forty minutes are all diane i don't understand it huchon sleep from a mortar he did yeah well i thank you very much fitzpatrick are before a away from a russia another brief into sport with ben fletcher he's here to tell us what's been going on and you'll going with anderson you won't get with football so he's gonna talk about basic challenge cup cup today is the most saipem one for many many years i've not had a particularly good week at cheltenham so i'm trying to justify it's not so much how much i've lost this wife filed turkey muli normally this i'm actually up in recent years by not being down if that makes sense the fact that i'm on my if i hadn't gambling addicts defending if i hadn't bothered to be pretty much where i am now then you won't be taking these these exactly restore half the absence of a secure pension scam and that kind of thing is charleston go cap day must've dan and cheltenham mister brazil is back on socks this morning he wishes everybody his thanks for recovering from a throat infection action it's going to be really great donald gong ling helps with us straight infections gokul with a bit of not sport sport sport is in the new sports but football is because gav southgate is given plays an interesting choice.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Right okay you're missing an index on your database these next that you need to go into it so we deploy that index as in their database you see the problem with the paint's down to zero point four milliseconds see rather so that's an insane amount of tea banh astor yeah just we bit it's a it's about having visibility and it's not about logging he can global say log and and log load for net and it's find people right oh these things in the database or log files of never lick them have no baseline they don't know whether they're solutions right nearly like op incites the can have all that surface for them without any efforts just works out of the books yep great stuff and it's continues to be a success in men the stuff that we heard from scott guthrie heck last month and we were at nbc in london was just amazing i love hearing these these stories because they reflect my own experience so christos is there anything else that you want to talk about before we wrap it up no thought think we are you know we're doing a really good job here we're really moving all customers into exciting acknowledges and using the best two of their capacity and we're seeing a lot of exciting work i mean our schedules are back to back and i'm love being in the space because i can see not only the problems but the good things some are doing we're learning really fast and we'd take those experiences helped more qassams out there so continues to be very exciting if anybody wants to join us to pray we can conquer the world guys.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"So we had to go in and we have the cotton team if you guys heard about the customer experiencing these are the guys like if we are nina's these are the super knees the analogy i'm always oh when i'm around these guys because they know their stock and the we brought the main alone with us because they come in and they le they give you old advisor they have to give you and then we were there to guide them through the experience of fixing those issues some of the things that you would never think before was like there were ending reports on their web kiko report that we're going get data for three hundred items so today hundred components i had to run when the page will only display you want so there were only running report for one when initially wrote the location everytime they were hitting performance issues that would scale up who were being bigger vm there will run on multiple vm's and that was the problem but when it comes to running on pas these talents are really things that can hit you hard when you're on and even on the premium fear so there were running on the main head people just run your porch and go for lives and they come back and then everything was crossing and burning had no analytics around there up ligation so they couldn't really understand where the problems where so we indicate size that was one of the first steps we also tonight low cost saying to save them they're out tapes around bluffs towards their goes must be database now there were misusing the or other storting they're not data onto was be documents that we're storing them as role jason files in blood starts we're using the they indicator would not only increase that on tapes and their request units also created a little issues with their i'll on their stories account because everything was running one store account anything about the partitioning ended anything about scaling out there the data so lots of designs there and.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Out to different teams we're on these works up over two days so the first day of the team becomes that team and then the the blue team some people have not insecurity that means one of the teams the attackers and the defenders we have an infrastructure we spin up every single time so we have ogden plates and infrastructure nassir dominy up and we'll try to get them to heights other and one of the teams ice to to protect for sexual valerie knowing too much so they have to work it out and that's not surprising because main developers may be new to team when the join a company and to have to be faced with these kind of challenges and the next day we verse that owl's and people that the thing that they have the opera now because they know what to expect what the will think are totally surprised by the fact we changed the whole set of this nadia's ovadia friend and now they have to defend something totally new to them again that the whole point is for them to lose everyone's losing everyone comes out of the game as a loser but the idea there's a we get them into video listrik scenario that they don't really want to face on their real day to day job by that they stop thinking about security multiple layers whether that's code whether that says this ic d or whether that's there for sexual another cloud and his vase apprising to see how many different customer's approach those same problems in different weight i gotta think putting devs and operation guys together in that exercise got to be good for the team to they all sort of learn things about each other in the process that's the goal once we've done it now are we had almost six or seven of these one week at method as well as we do it so we both made our deployment with sees one deploy for everything that we need to set up the day but we also understand how better to help our customers now we are there as observers going really help them don't write the code for them oscar stop and it's very very powerful to see how they some of them pontiacs with him sows on them go against each other some of them.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Hodson to servers or monitoring disaster recovery the other option would be some keeble which is fantastic service it's not easy to set up monotone pram no many companies own aides assam's would say will protect the keys and the way of them keyboard now's indicating with a lot of things like those nicole running on prem or don't nicole rounding on the plowed or any other estimate that we have four other locations again not something that you tried to promote so maybe it's not all or nothing maybe don't want to director yet and but once you're eddie then you can take advantage of all the services and so it's a piecemeal approach into moving the clouds setting up hybrid environments maybe you want to extend your sequel to the cloud but nothing else and so on his one i like to say dea of dynamically switching back before th between cloud and on prem and just the way you made it sound he made it sound so easy but i imagine there's a bit of setup that goes into doing that they usually a setup you need to have a couple of severs of your on prem environment and there are specifications around how many servers you need to set up to do that however once she said it up you can actually go through scenario so you can have disaster recovery which would allow you to have business continuity as you run your business or you can do potting senator on so it doesn't to be disasters event that forces you to move the cloud and you can also run tile you can do what if scenarios have sweet something and there's a low workloads we support that so we have serpine we have sequel her proper vm's so for customers are still tied onto their eggs english actor about that's excellent solution and again don't have to ronnie the mind have to switch it ever again but reminds me another story where one of our customers were was and they said we've never wanted to move the cloud it's never gonna happen and.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"What even saas right i mean if we can solve the problem by some of the other software with acl the way and the business can run on focusing solving real problems and uninviting customers rather than right and software so the higher up the stock that we move the beth becomes we did a great show with who is it was clements who sort of laid out all the different ways that you can do messaging yeah definitely climates talked about messaging yeah and it it was great because we just went through all the different scenarios that you you know all the different technologies that microsoft has azure and you know when each is appropriate and just those kinds of conversations are absolutely critical me blew our minds and it was the most cohesive discussion we had about wendy's what win yep and again we have over hundred services there so when he's watt in which components using your obligation becomes key in this conversation that we have customers as an example i was meeting with a friend the other day we hadn't met for about five years so we lost dots but then we go together and i started talking about what he was doing what he was working so here's started working for a start up and when i asked what they were writing whether we're doing so we're getting this out mazing surveys that can do these thought she was talking about different services he he in fact explained otter box to me these not service that we have or nassir and i was sticking the bulk as he was talking mentally just to see how far they went out so that the six months oh twelve developers working on the project they actually decayed robots so when i asked him why did he use the savviest he's joel drilled because not only were they planning on running on azure had no idea was out there.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Welcome christos so shall i say welcome back hey guys nice to be back you know i i'm sure i said this last iran which was a year or so ago the pf the premier field engineers are like my bread and butter over on run as radio because they're the guys out in the field working with the biggest customers solving the hardest problem frontline except for christos of course i mean the sidelines just you know giving instructions about what needs to be done us lunch warming will always show naked never mention their customers by name so it's like i was working with this customer that had two hundred and fifty thousand users in an azure or a an active directory structure with one oh you go on and on with that you know don't let this happen to you kind of thing it's it's always a good story says neat to have someone out in the from the field working on some challenging problems i'm sure you've got some great stories christos lodge challenges every single day it's always fun they wouldn't call you if everything was going well right yeah well you'll be surprised that all is not just the shelby problems where fasted advisors so our team is usually trying to get proactively to customers to paint them up and run them up on upcoming technologies and things like nicole or several s and outer unfortunately sometimes we're called in when things have gone their own way and it's always fun to try to solve problems while were tied to educate our customers on how to do things that i'd wait not that actual way is always actual way that way but in most cases we try to talk about best practices and they come into practice from the industry and and that brings us to our topic here as your success stories i i gotta start with mine though it's you know every story that i have on azure as a success story i haven't had one really negative experience but of course the stuff that we do is you know small 'tatoes compared to some of the stories that you're going to be telling.
"christos" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Instrumentation and logging i've only been using event good for the wild but i absolutely love it so far which school very cool it's really neat to we do a show talking to dan i think it was literally going to ship between the time we recorded the show and when they publish they going to go g a on it yeah and here's is it just few months ago jump straight in did some tinkering around and made some work awesome so isaac thank you so much your comment here's a place to drink a little coffee while you play with your event grid so we're going to send a don at roxburgh the you if you'd like dot net rocks mug radha comment on the website at iraq's dot com or any of our social media's we publish every show to facebook and google plus and become at their read on the show will send you mug and definitely follow us on twitter i'm at carl franklin he's at rich campbell send us a tweet we do not mind them for bitcoin sanitized for your protection all right let's bring christos back on the show christos moscow's is a software developer blogger speaker and all around geek he currently works at microsoft as an azure engineer pf e empowering developers and teams to do mazing things with technology before joining microsoft he's a successful entrepreneur in successfully collaborated with companies such as mark it lockheed martin and barclays he's been building software for over thirteen years he's passionate about open source and is an advocate for os he contributes regularly to numerous projects and works closely with the community to make sure the software development space gets bigger and bigger.
"christos" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Hi my name is mike dillard of this is a selfmade man at the podcast for those who want to leave their mark on the world and create a legacy of honor integrity and achievement in every aspect of your life i'm glad you're here and once again it is time to forge it your destiny have you ever thought about creating your own mobile maybe you've got a unique idea that you want to develop what may be thought about creating an app for your existing business and customers while either way a mobile customer experiences something that can no longer be ignored because the phone is now the primary way that your prospects and customers access the internet as a 2017 seventy one percent of all time spent on line in the united states takes place on a mobile device american spin an average of eighty seven hours per month on their phones and ninety percent of that time is consumed with an individual apps like facebook instagram and snapchat well this trend will only continue to increase which means that you need to become a mobile first company if you wanna stay relevant and continue to grow into the future the opportunities are obviously substantial but so are the number of pitfalls how do you develop an app how much should it cost how do you get your target audience to actually downloaded and engage with it and how do you drive revenue in convergence within that ecosystem while to help you navigate this world that today we are joined by christos sheppard so christos is a seasoned entrepreneur with a heck of a resume when you consider that he actually founded in airline with he was in his twenty's pool he is also the founder of a campfirefm a revolutionary mobile app that allows anyone in the world to submit questions to their favorite experts in celebrities and get paid in the process we'll today he's gonna give us a crash course when it comes to creating a funding launching and growing a mobile app for your business this is a must listen episode for every entrepreneur out there so please help me welcome christos sheppard christos shepherd welcome to selfmade man it's pleasure out of here thanks so much for having me mike it's it's great to be here abc's mad at the share thank thank you very much for.
"christos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That was a spot the next found themselves in as they were role by the rockets one seven 102 had to go with that christos porzingis and and as kanter both deal with back injuries makes actually built up to twenty two point lead just couldn't sustain we got a a good eating nature young gone around forty of its who has a unique personality globe victory but i newly redesigned is wellknown doesn't brown while from michael beazley on msg was a surprise start he hasn't really been part of the rotation this season recording thirty rockets knocked down eighteen shots were behind the arc led by seven points from james harden dropped the next on one in six on the road got to build on woman i've got to create their own atmosphere would within us within the fifteen guys if we have in which fifteen of us against twenty thousand we are understand what that means and how mistakefree we actually play in order to motor w jared jack on msg carlo quinn 20 points 15 rebounds mix for ten and nine nice win by the devil's little three one third period lead slipped what they came back for a four three overtime victory of the redwings maju game winner now he sheer brian boil taylor all the other tallies while keeping kate stopped thirty one shots founders what's the dissenters to one yugoslav heloc with a big night he kicked out thirty once shots it was nice that we played well in front of euro for most of the night tonight than when he had to make saves you made saves and we've been talking well maybe trying to get a two one win their instead of a 541 so i was nice one first doug weight an amnesty plus jordan ever lien anders lee with the goals is one six seven thousand football number one alabama unbeaten no more bell the iron bowl 26 fourteen to six ranked auburn clemson routed south carolina 34 ten oklahoma puts west virginia fifty nine.