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"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

04:29 min | Last month

"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

"And business owners and politicians and it becomes disa- platform for Social relief in social change and social justice so separate from testing unified but the community side of me. Says if i can make life better in my house than i can make life better for the street on the on demand livan Amazing well we would. We would love to be a guest on your show. Is your fun to talk to you. I hear he's tough though. He asked him tough questions. So we're ready. We're tough girls. But my tagline is is real raw relevant right one. Whoever comes on the show. Hey anything that was said. It makes you uncomfortable. Let me know. Because i'm not interesting on. Ubs on my show. I'm interested in you wanting air but the is this is an opportunity for you to express yourself in your feelings without being attacked film. Shame without feeling like you know you being set up for failure or anything like that and like you know like you is I really just want to expand the knowledge of the possibilities. That can happen when you can. Just sit down and have a plumber. Ascension says that starting with wisc devised coverage and ended number of our preferred partners no longer vendors because i can buy insurance from india and i could buy device from anywhere. Go collect all the administrators and say hooded college students go to the big box store that's nearby and shuffled them. All wearing until we are germans. It's not that hard to see. Cheers analogy to get. Someone's i to your vision. Now they went. Be part of what you're doing. And that's where i think we find success in a lot of ways because i can give you a list of fifteen partners. That will stop what they're doing. Take my call. Is they want to be apart tapping mets not. Because we're spending money as they get the part exactly. Well we appreciate your partnership so much david. It's been wonderful to talk to you. And i'm sure we'll be talking to you at the all does john. I think so. I will be engaging first listener. Maybe one day we appreciate it so much. All right you take care and have a good day. Bye so fun i know. Isn't it grazing. Just the the kindest people the best people to work with an incredible. Yeah so we. If you've been very fortunate to you know get in touch with them and them you know we kind of both learned off each other and how it was just it was amazing to to come across them and just form this partnership and relationship and you know we. We just played golf with them the other day so with garrett so anyway it's it's fun and that's i think i've said this before that the best part of business is is meeting. Incredible people like him and who you get to work exactly if you would like more information I know he spelled the website but it's tustin to a. n. dot k. Twelve dot ca dot us. So that's if you have more questions about how they're doing it with their school district and He didn't get to say his podcast. But i am brothers from the eight one. Eight dot com very good. Kathy on glasgow. Great right And always if you have questions about our show or or other ideas about what we can cover a reach us at risky business coverage queens dot com and we have our website newly up newly live so a cup elicited our previous shows but his coverage queens dot com. And we really appreciate you stopping in hanging out with us today. And and visiting with our guest david smith and time it was great right had a great time. I'm ready for some hot tea now for my soul. Let's go all right. thanks so much again nixon..

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"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

07:48 min | Last month

"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

"Any number of instances so you say getting back to normal. We absolutely will get back to normal. That normal would not look like. It looked on march eleventh edison new normal. Everyone when normal and honestly believe it'll be better. Why because it will be more flexible. It'll be more understanding definitely accommodating in. It'll be student center rain. it will be. It will be very similar environment where you know In education July's education plan. Almost iep to everyone right in in what the in special education especially legal round. Don't come after your apartment messing when i am saying is that That students are learning at their best may mode of learning which just works better for everyone and i think through our testing connect initiative through the The engaging on search technologies dvd staff and and so forth everything that we've implemented. We've just made it an operative Learning environment for student population and vale succeed. You'll have greater chances success or wonderful. That's i mean that's kind of what we what we were talking about was how the curriculum may be changing to towards. It's more individualized for every student and in because they'll have that ability because of technology to individualize the curriculum which is really exciting. I think for for students. I wish i had that growing up where i could focus more on things that i was really truly interested in. Maybe could make a living on when i graduated. High school you know is instead of taking classes that i really will never use again. So maybe maybe you know. Customization customer interest foster. You know what that particular student is interested in. I mean how great without be so in what they're good at and what they're good at and what they're interested in and what they really succeed in so i i'm i'm with you. That's exactly what i think is going to happen. And i'm excited for students in the future with technology and how this is all going to play out or just continue to play. I guess so anyway. You know david. You talked a lot about what you were saying. you know. The testing connection Testing connect initiative. The word that comes to me with that is that it defines commitment. You know are you're industry and in district committed themselves and that's a true example of what that allowed to happen. You're ready because you committed full on. And i think that's something that you know. In a lot of things we hesitate a little bit requestion. We wonder and and i think we get more out of things when we fully just dive in like you said even like the menu. I'm going to get what i want to figure it out later. you know. that's a lot to with jobs. Is you know. I might not know how to do this now. But i'm gonna just do it anyway and figured on on the way right absolutely a woman not advertising for him. Although definitely worthy of advertisement but an testified we start with the wind. And it's it's we talk about the house all day long. We know the how we could talk about the what. we're educators. louis can do that. You can get you can get people to buy into. The wine may own. There is so everyone from you know a staff at school. The lunchtime staff to the principals to the teachers to my tech staff to minnows. Everyone is tapped into the why we do what we do. If those a meter to mazars shore. I would say he bring on the day when school students come back and it just list throughout the district because we see we get to see exactly why we do what we do and it makes everyone that much more engaged in the success not creating robots data gives doing step by step. People have understanding that. This is why i didn't win so starting with a lie And that manager. It's rosie data's on the right path back on but you know spotting with the y. Means everything for as the end before the first meetings. I have here when my network manager came up and says license starved. The why so. Here's the wire what we're doing just one by heart and it truly is disseminated by only through my whole department but the district as a whole. I didn't bring this saying that. But i embraced it and Without being a major factor. We do what we do here in makes it easy. That's amazing. oh well we have definitely called upon tustin for you. Know references for other districts who are looking to implement a one to one program. Or you know they're floundering. They're having some issues some trouble and so they're just a a great resource for anybody out there who has questions or needs help and i know david you guys have been amazing helping other districts With you know any issues or what have you. But how would they find you. How would somebody get in touch with you if they have questions about what you're doing or or they have a particular issue that they want to see if you can solve for them Because i know you guys are so great about reaching out to other districts to help them as well so a website is just testing twelve es That would tell you everything you need to know about what we do on slowly. Then he of but testing to u. s. t. I am dot k. Twelve dot c. a. but u. s. So that's the testing invites foodies to website on all of apartments in our staff and our administrative team. I have to mention. Our superintendent is just amazing man to work with in four and his vision is real reverberates throughout the district and the team that supports him We're all just kind of linked according to unify business. You know if you if you imagine laying out on a on a summer breeze Might get pitch us behind you cathy. If you look up and you see the flock of bets flying in all you know wine one single direction but once sat down and had a meeting before him right there was no sharing on google maps or anything like that. They just hiding inherent sense of where to go following. And so we're we're leading that sense and again not mindless robotic manner but because we all met same review so tustin unified. We really support our superintendent worldwide work. You always reach out to made. Vina's david smith chief technology officer in me and my team show off where we do. They do certain amazing job. You talked about why i wanna know. When is your podcast. 'cause you also have a podcast do it has nothing to do with the You know as part intestine unified on the administrator also aritz I'm also community member. I live across the street and so in everything. I do a molly's interested in what's happening. Mark commune vm. And what's going on from a social engagement level. This has been just an amazing year in this country. Amazing the has. We've seen some incredible things happen. We've also seen some offer things happen and my best friend microwave platform. We talk about that. We can bring into remembers in and people who are affected and people who wanna make a change and teachers.

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"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

05:50 min | Last month

"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

"Hey everybody welcome to risky business. My name is cathy kayla. And i'm bliss landon and we have a great show for you guys today. Yes we do really believe. It's been a week already done. I feel like it's been like five weeks. I know much is going on. I'm flies. I know your little under the weather feeling. I'm feeling great. My my voice is a little more more coming into the sexy. A little more sexy than i choose to be but i'll roll with it day. I'm usually not the sexy. I'll i'll go with it you know. We'll let everyone else be the judge of that but anyway other than that. Good things are good. Things are great. Yeah just been busy busy busy busy. I was trying to even remember. We went to an estate sale last weekend. We can't we went to a few. We did right with zero four. We did we hit. We hit a bunch. Yeah yeah yeah. Good stuff really could sponsor rug a really high. We had to wait for it. we do. It's so interesting because we've talked about this but we haven't really talked about the actual process of how some of these work and that was a new experience. I okay everybody out and we're gonna discount another twenty five percent. Were like okay i said. Can i just get the discount now. 'cause i go. I have another sale to go to nope so we had to go. Go outside wait go back in get twenty five percents Yeah but what i also purchased. You got the rug. I got the mercedes benz of ironing board. I've already used it. i use it. I was founded this morning. So something i learned about kathy on the way to our sale where she said. You probably don't know this about me. But i love to iron mike. Wow that is weird because an and what's even stranger about it is. I can't iron anything. If it has a big crease down the middle iron spray irony. I'll pull it up and there's the crease right down the middle again so i get. I gave up on ironing a longtime could be the board. This is what i'm figuring out. This is this is just amazing. And guess what five dollars. Yeah and you gotta has a rack. Oh has on both sides. It's why you can do all fifth role in. I did on my linens fabulous. Okay we could talk for hours anyway. We have got to get to our guest. Were very very excited to have this gentleman joining us today. i know you guys have have had a relationship and friendship business After a awhile. I'm excited to learn so much about our guest but let's not wait any longer. I'd love to introduce david smith. He is the chief technology officer at the tustin. school district. david welcome. Hi david ensor. Having me on your show on lemon it's already above report back and for is a new seat belt on pulling it is great. That's that's great. Well welcome and there's so much that we're going to cover obviously with your position in what you're doing. We have been talking about that as we started. Risky business And you your word title chief. Technology officer keeps coming up. And i didn't even know that that that position existed and clearly this is something now districts everywhere Have you and probably have many To deal with this New life that we have of kids using technology so share share a little bit. How high you got started in and What what your what your connection is with tustin. And and you've got a very busy office. It looks incredible wall this year first show You talked about Bless you thirty years in industry in staff thirty years in industry and i got excited because that's my number which means i'm talking to brown shirts which is really nice. When we were ten right right was a little different for for knee. But i'll just speak for myself. But i've been in. It all of my life from the astonishment. Seventy seven with a ship to and i fell in love with technology I spent the first twenty years of my career in the private sector Just enjoying life working. For a number of large companies. On infrastructure departments everything from finance vacuums. You support the as design applications support and design and everything i worked for some video game companies coming up which made me the king on the far as kids in southern built spoils redan. Were on your having twenty inch projector and play a game on you know Coaching change. I decided to move into education during a time where education was just starting to branch digital by. We were at the time. It we ran infrastructure to arts within an educational environment Apple in a box of oranges or is probably one way a banana and of amounts oranges and somebody was looking for an app fantasy and as time on the title and be responsibility. Change no longer. Am i the person.

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"david smith" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

06:48 min | 3 months ago

"david smith" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"I actually achieving the result. This is one thing backed up. This happens race and other dimensions of diversity to that. We think we're doing it right. We think we're being an ally but are we really being effective in achieving the results. Are we his performance or is it just not landing the way it needs to and so we need the feedback and this is the really hard part about being an ally. Think in for men in particular there. We've got a welcome and ask for demand. We want that feedback from from other people who are different muscles case women Hey i need to hear that. And then we got to have those trusting relationships like bradstock about how the gender confidence so that you know My gender confident might say. Hey dave. Let me talk about something yo today in the meeting when you said that and all the women roll their eyes. Here's why Oh my god thank you and then and make sure when you do get that critical feedback that we respond in a way that that shows that we value it. We care And that we're not gonna gaslight women and throw back out. I'm like oh you're just being over emotional or too sensitive or how he does that with everybody now. Now take the feedback. Thank you let me let me think about that. And how i can put that into action and and be better at doing next time as we draw towards the end of this first part of this show there is a piece. I want to address before we close up the first pot and that is it's what i it's it's a term i use okay. It's a way for people to grasp it. And i always say it's. It's what i call the good german syndrome right and the german syndrome is You know i. i'm jewish by. I have a bunch of family. Who of course died in world war. Two it in the camps etc An i still don't believe that the german people were all nazis. I believe there was a lot of good germans who quiet you know. As as martin. Luther king said you know for evil to grow all it takes is for good people to do nothing and then you in your book is called good guys and i immediately thing. That tugged at me with that was i wonder how many good guys saying nothing You know what i mean like. They don't know what to say because they don't wanna rescue a woman because that will work. That's a dumb thing to do but at the same time they don't wanna be that hero But they don't know how to step in. I really wanna can. I just throw that to you guys as we finish up this part because i think the so many guys are like yeah. My boss says it. I put my job on the line. Yeah he's kind of dick to women. But i don't know how can you guide is a little bit on that because i really want guys to grasp that pa. Yeah yeah and we'd love to talk about this stuff. I mean yet and i at this is so important that we don't shame about this because it happens to all human beings but when it comes to the gender step the misogyny the bias is sexism. The jokes that are not appropriate. Your we've all been in that meeting. One of those things happens and we freeze right. And there's good research on this and social psychology on the bystander. afaq within within just two to three seconds bystander. paralysis sets in right. And if i don't disrupt within two to three seconds the moment is lost and the chance of anyone saying anything really diminishes so we encourage men who want to be better have swings. -iety about this just disrupt right and a simple way to do. This is what david i call the. Ouch technique right. What if i just say ouch right after that. Inappropriate joke or comment. The beauty of that technique is advised me a couple more seconds while everyone in the room looked at me. And and now. I can articulate. Hey we don't do that here. I didn't find that funny I don't like the way you just demean my female colleague. I'm gonna make ice statements and own it. The other piece of this so dove is. There's not an easy simple answer and you were alluding to this right. What if it's my boss. So so david. I say you've got you've got to disrupt it if you want to be a better ally but you gotta make the calculus. Do i do right there in the meeting or do i go to this guy afterward right. And so if it's your boss and the comment wasn't so agreed that it's going to be so toxic. It affects the whole workplace. Maybe i go to him afterward. Closed the door and say dude. When you said that today it was really an appropriate and everybody in the room cringe. I'm sharing this with you in a spirit of care from tation. Meaning i want you to get better at care enough about you to tell you that because if you don't improve your game in the way that you treat both men and women you're not gonna make it as a leader. It's not gonna work for you. And it's negatively affecting all of us. I think you have to have some courage to do that. Care frontier even if it's a senior guy. Your boss You know some older guy who just doesn't get it. I have to do that but the bet at other moments. That comment so inappropriate. I'm sorry i'm doing the. Ouch and i'm calling you out right there in the meeting. I can't let that pass i. I you know you're talking about We talking about Self education and and that of course is important. But also you know if you're if you consider yourself a leader whether you're manager of vpn executive whatever it is you got to have courage man. You got to have courage. You're gonna stand up for what you believe in And and that sometimes as a consequence we are already at the end of This particular episode of pot one of our delicious conversation with dr brad. Johnson and dr david smith They are the authors of the good guys and athena rising. You can find out by both books as we close up gents. Would you please tell us where you see. People can find out more about you. The work you guys do and the books yes certainly You can go to our website. Workplace allies along were workplace. Allies dot com. And you can buy more about the books.

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"david smith" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"david smith" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Thank you for sharing the show with everybody know all right. Let's strip it down in die right him just for a moment. I would like you to stop and consider that we are living in the second decade of the twenty first century. Now if you're my age around my age. I want you to think back when you were a kid and think about what you thought. Twenty first century would we have already overcome the challenges of sending spaceships domos and yet women still don't have equality in the workplace was more many women still don't even feel safe in the workplace. Now let me be clear. There are many many good men out that who are champions for women however there are many more good guys who for whatever reason. I'm not sure how to stand up for gender equality for diversity for inclusion or just simply be vocal about being great allies. So what can we all do to be better. Well stay tuned. Because that's we're about to find out with our guest today. I'll guess they are returning champions. Nola us delta. David smith and brad johnson. Brad johnson is a professor so versa of us naval academy and johns hopkins university. He is a mental gender workplace expert. Who speaks to audiences around the world. Dr david johnson is the author of new at dr brad. Johnson rather is the author of numerous publications including fourteen books in the areas of mentoring professional ethics gender inclusion with him today as his co author. Dr david smith's. He is an associate professor of sociology in the college of leadership and ethics of the u. s. naval war college a former navy pilot. Dr smith lead diverse organizations of women and men culminating in command of a squadron in combat and flew more than three thousand hours in thirty years. David umbrella are the co authors of the good guy of good guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace and the previous book. Which of course we talked about before which was athena rising and you can out about that actually if you scroll back or just search them in your podcast. You'll find that they're right there. And anna athena rising was about how men at how and why men should mental women. Wait please put your hands.

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"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

"Ideally in. So starting with the lie And i managed Data on the right path Back on spotting with the wide means everything for as the end before the first meetings. I have heater when my network manager came up and says remaining license starved. The why so. Here's the wire were doing just one more heart and it truly is disseminated department but the district as a whole. I didn't bring this mess. Aim at but i embraced it and Without being a major factor while we do what we do here in mexico. that's amazing. Well we have definitely called upon tustin for references for other districts who are looking to implement one to one program. Or you know they're floundering. They're having some issues some trouble And so they're just a a great resource for anybody out there who has questions or needs help and i know david you guys have been amazing helping other districts With you know any issues or what have you. But how would they find you. How would somebody get in touch with you if they have questions about what you're doing or or they have a particular issue that they want to see if you can solve for them Because i know you guys are so great about reaching out to other districts to help them as well so a website is just testing bucket. Twelve garcia dot. Us on that will tell you everything. You need to know about what we do that. Even testing to u. s. t. I m. k. Twelve dot c. a. u. us so. That's the testing unified school district website apartments in our staff and our administrative team Have to mention. Our superintendent is just amazing man to work with and for and his vision is rear reverberates throughout the district and the evidence but supports him We're all just kind of linked you know according to unify beijing. You know if you if you imagine you know laying out on a on a summer breeze Get pitcher us behind you cathy. If you look up and you see the flock abdus lion and they're all you know wine once in direction but one sat down and had a meeting before him. Right there was no sharing and google maps or anything like that they just having a sense of where to go following the leader and so We're we're letting that sense and again. Not mindless robotic manner. But we all met same plight. Reveal so testified. We support our superintendent revival workflow. You always reach out to me. By means david smith mind when she get miles the officer in me and my team low to show off where we do do such an amazing job. You talked about why i want to know. When is your podcasts. Because you also have a podcast test. It has nothing to do with sides You know as part testified on the administrator on also parents i'm also a community member. I live across the street. And so in everything i do. A mali's interested in what's happening mark community and what's going on from a social Engagement level this is just an amazing year in this country. I say amazing. We've seen some incredible things. We've also seen some awful things happen. And this friend and i created a platform will we can talk about it. We can bring in new members and people who are affected and people who wanted to change and teachers and owners and politicians it becomes just a platform for social relief in social change and social justice from getting unified but the community decided he says if i can make life better in my house than i can make life better for the street online command. The let's see apps that's amazing. Well we would. We would love to be a guest on your show. 'cause your fun to talk to you here. He's tough though. He asked him tough questions. So we're ready. We're tough girls but my title is is real raw relevant right one. Whoever comes on show. Hey anything that was said. It makes you uncomfortable. Let me know. Because i'm not interested on. Ubs on my show. I'm interested in wanting combined pays is. This is an opportunity for you to express yourself in your true feelings without being attacked with our own. Shame without feeling like you know you being set up for failure or anything like that in light. You know like you is. I really just to expand the knowledge of the possibilities. That can happen when you can. Just sit down and have a conversation. So industrial starting with With school device coverage and number of our preferred partners the no longer vendors because i can buy insurance from india. I can buy device from anywhere at go. Collect all administrators. Since they put on our students go to the big box store that's nearby and we're gonna shuffle them all until we are germans. It's not that hard to see cheers malady. But to get someone's i am to your vision. Now they to be part of what you're doing and that's where i think we find success in a lot of ways because i can give you a list of fifteen partridge that will stop doing. Take my call. Is they want to be part of what's that we must not. Because we're spending money as part exactly well. We appreciate your partnership so much david. It's been wonderful to talk to you. And i'm sure we'll be talking to you at me all. You doesn't do a great job. I think de-subscribe so we'll be engaging first listener maybe take. We appreciate it so much. All right you take care and have a good day. Bye-bye fun i know isn't a grazing. The they're just the the kindest people the best people to work with. I mean just an incredible. Yeah so we. We've been fortunate to you. Know get in touch with them and them you know we kind of learn off each other and it was just. It was amazing to to come across them. And just form this partnership in this relationship and we we just played golf with them the other day so with garrett so anyway it's it's funny. That's i think i've said this before that. The best part of business is is meeting. Incredible people like him. And who you get to work with exactly if you would like more information I know he spelled out the website. But it's tustin to us cnn dot k. Twelve dot ca dot us. So that's if you have more questions about how they're doing it with their school district and He didn't get to say his podcast. But i am brothers from the eight. One dot com very good kathy. Great right And always have questions about our show or or other ideas about what we can cover a reach us at risky business coverage queens dot com and we have our website newly up newly live so a couple aren't previous shows but it's coverage queens dot com and we really appreciate you stopping in hanging out with us today and and visiting with our guest david smith and had a good time. It was great right. Had a great time. When i'm ready for some hot tea now for my soul go all right. Thanks so.

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"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

07:32 min | 5 months ago

"david smith" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

"Hey everybody welcome to risky business. My name is kathy. Keller and i'm bliss landon and we have a great show for you guys today. yes we do. We really believe it's been a week already again. I feel like it's been like five weeks. So much is going on flies. I really don't i know i know your little under the weather feeling. I'm feeling great. My voice is a little more coming into the sexy. Many a little more sexy than i choose to be. But i'll roll with it okay. I'm usually not the sexy. I'll i'll go with it you know. We'll let everyone else be the judge of that But anyway other than that. Good things are good. Yeah thinks are great. Yeah spent busy busy busy busy. I was trying to even remember. We went to an estate sale last weekend. we did. i can't we went to a few. We did right like four. we did. We hit we hit a bunch. Yeah yeah yeah. Good stuff really could start. I got him right. Rug wait for it. we do. It's so interesting because you know we've talked about this but we haven't really talked about the actual process of how some of these work and that was a new experience. Okay everybody out. And we're going to discount another toll. One five percent were like okay. i said. Can i just get the discount now. Because i have another sale to go nope so we had to go go outside. Wait go back in the twenty five percent discount and then beyond. Yeah yeah but what i also purchased you got the rug. I got the mercedes benz of irony board. I've already used it. i used. I was founded this morning. Something i learned about kathy on the way to our to sale where she said. You probably don't know this about me. But i love to iron like wow. That is weird because an what's even stranger about it is that i can't iron anything. If it has a big crease down the middle iron survey iron it up. Pull it up on juicer. And there's the crease right down the middle again so i. I gave up on earning a long time ago. It could be the board. This is what i'm figuring out. This is this is just amazing. And guess what five dollars. Yeah and you've gotta has a rack. Oh has on both sides. It's wide you can do. All people and i did on my linens of fabulous. We could talk for hours anyway. We have got to get to our guest. Were very very excited to have this gentleman joining us today. i know you guys have have had a relationship and friendship business After a while. I'm excited to learn so much about our guest but let's not wait any longer. I'd love to introduce david smith. He is the chief technology officer at the tustin. school district. david welcome. Hi david oh me on the show. Monday and it's already seventy reporter back and forth as a new seatbelt on pulling it on rave for cooking. Great that's so great will welcome and i. There's so much that we're going to cover obviously with your position in what you're doing a we have been talking about that as we started. Risky business And you your title chief. Technology officer keeps coming up. And i didn't even know that that that position existed and clearly. This is something now districts everywhere have you and probably have many To deal with this New life that we have of kids using technology so cher cher little bit how high got started. And and what your what your connection is with tustin and and you've got a very busy office. It looks incredible Let me just say this. Your first show You talked about Bless you thirty years of industry and staff either years news industry in a gun sight because that's mine member which means on talking to grow shorts which is really nice right. We all started when we were ten right enter. It was a little different for that for me. But i'll speak for myself by i've been in. It all of my life from the astara and seventy seven with a field trip to hide the nfl him with technology I spent the first twenty years of my career in the private sector Just enjoying my. For conform number large companies on the structure departments everything from finance vacuums. You support is designed applications support and design and everything i worked for some video game companies coming up which may need king on the rotten's for as my kids are all goods. Y'all redan were on twenty inch projector and play a game all day. Culture change at decided to move into education during a time where education was you know just starting to branch digital by. We were at the time. It directives we read and infrastructure departments within educational environment worthy apple in a box of oranges or probably one way a banana in a box of oranges and somebody who's looking for an app and as time moved on the title and be responsibility. Change no longer. Am i the person to lead team. Who's just responsible for. How do we connect aid to be the most efficient manner robo. So how do we incorporate ourselves into an educational process and so became symptomology options such a day. Our position is really about an integration of infrastructure. And classroom information. Pedagogy matt so much what to us by how to use it and how it's used between Or four major stakeholders you consider an school district this size. Twenty four thousand students two thousand employees that makes over ninety percent of your us a stakeholders under the age of eighteen different perspective. Kathleen mitee and i really. I inherited amazing. it's enemies and him but What we've been able to to do within the district. Even the last four years is just amazing. Phenomenal implicity mls Sir the amish published with you re an so. We've been partners with teston and providing the insurance for their district on. Initially i think we dealt with garrett krenz and then david came onto the scene about a year later i think it was and we were an auction and david you know really took our partnership to the next level and it's just been phenomenal and They really they were really are kinda poster child for this product because it was a very new product for us in our space and we were both kinda learning. I would say we learned a lot from tustin to do things the right way and they just have a stellar program and they they definitely do things the right way. So.

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Interview With David Smith, Chief Technology Officer

Risky Business with the Coverage Queens

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Interview With David Smith, Chief Technology Officer

"David welcome. Hi david oh me on the show. Monday and it's already seventy reporter back and forth as a new seatbelt on pulling it on rave for cooking. Great that's so great will welcome and i. There's so much that we're going to cover obviously with your position in what you're doing a we have been talking about that as we started. Risky business And you your title chief. Technology officer keeps coming up. And i didn't even know that that that position existed and clearly. This is something now districts everywhere have you and probably have many To deal with this New life that we have of kids using technology so cher cher little bit how high got started. And and what your what your connection is with tustin and and you've got a very busy office. It looks incredible Let me just say this. Your first show You talked about Bless you thirty years of industry and staff either years news industry in a gun sight because that's mine member which means on talking to grow shorts which is really nice right. We all started when we were ten right enter. It was a little different for that for me. But i'll speak for myself by i've been in. It all of my life from the astara and seventy seven with a field trip to hide the nfl him with technology I spent the first twenty years of my career in the private sector Just enjoying my. For conform number large companies on the structure departments everything from finance vacuums. You support is designed applications support and design and everything i worked for some video game companies coming up which may need king on the rotten's for as my kids are

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Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

Women Worldwide

05:10 min | 10 months ago

Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in and we appreciate. How much sharing you're doing sharing the episodes and also letting us know how you're doing and how you feel because as you do we continue to deliver stories. The gas the inspiration motivation in the advice to help you so today's show is no different. Let's get right to it. The topic is men supporting women in the workplace. We're are the good guys in champions in the allies who were there to support and that is the perfect segue to my special guest today. And i say special guests because i have two guests joining me on the show. We have david. Smith and david is associate professor of sociology at the college of leadership ethics and at the us naval war college. And i think i might have mutilated that a little bit. So you can always crack me david and we have brad johnson who is a clinical psychologist of professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics law at the united states naval academy and they are co authors. They i wrote a book called sina rising and now they've written a new book. It's called good. Guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace david brad. Welcome to women. Worldwide's read to be here with you. Dear dre exterior Thanks for inviting us. Well my pleasure and what a topic to be talking about on women worldwide. We're thrilled that you wrote the book and before we get to good guys. Maybe you can each share how you've got to focusing on gender in the workplace in bringing men into extra david. Why don't you start us off certainly brandon. I taught together at the naval academy for almost eight years. And as you heard. I'm a sociologist. And i focus all of my research. We call the intersection of gender work and families looking at gender perspectives of work in careers and family interacts with that. In my good friend and colleague here dr brad. Johnson is a clinical psychologist. Whose done all of his research in the area of mentoring relationships. We found that together. We had a common interest in particular as we were looking at. How gender equity was playing out in a variety of different industries and professions including the ours around the military that that often these were conversations where there were more women and just not very many guys who were involved in these conversations in creating that equity in in really how men tuned out From the conversation the minute went something around gender or it was a women's leadership initiative. Whatever the case might have been the guys look at that in many cases that oh that's not for me. That's there's not a place for me there in so brad and i were really interested in learning more about how we get more men engaged in this conversation why they weren't engaging in this conversation because the way we are looking at it was women have advanced to a large degree in our organization today in senior leadership to probably about as far as they're gonna get without all of us really getting involved in really committing to creating this gender equity in the workplace and it was going to take men right because this is not just a women's issue. This is a leadership issue. So it's gonna take women and men to be involved in that and so that leads to our first. Our first collaboration excellent in brad. You wanna add anything to that from your perspective. You know i. i think there's also The personal case. For dave and i write so dave dave graduated from the naval academy here. And that's where he met his wife and and he got to see her go through the navy. He's as he stayed with his career. He sees her facing all of these headwinds that he's never encountered and and i think that gave him a real sense of empathy for the experience of women's You know Moments in the workplace being quite different in my case it was my younger sister whose also in the navy she's a navy captain and you know i was in the navy too and i i have just seen shannon my sisters experienced as being quite different right she fit gets told to smile all the time She gets shamed for running too fast on physical fitness test. Because it makes the guys feel bad you know there are just so many things i never encountered. I think for both dave and i. You know we've had these eye opening moments with women we care about. So yes there's yeah condemning business case. That got us intrigued here. But there's a personal as well.

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Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

"A, bigwig media molecule stepping down. This is Marie Davis Andrea over at Games Industry Dot Biz Media Molecule Co founder Alex Evans has announced his departure from Sony Studio. After thirteen years at the little big planet and dreams developer the technical director said on twitter that he wanted to take a break from the game developed from game development and explore other opportunities. Quote a few months ago. I. Did a bit of lockdown inspired soul-searching decided to step down from dreams. deb To dreams fan take a break from game to have a career. I've. Been Lucky enough to enjoy since I was a spotty fifteen year old he his tweets read media molecules are wonderful place. I can't imagine making games anywhere else but I wondered what else old Fart like me could do in this world I've been in the game deb bubble. So long I'm not yet sure what's next, what's next or even out there for someone like me He also reassured dreams fans about the title. With his departure, seemingly having no impact on the current developments of the project. For anyone worrying about dreams don't. What media molecule are doing injuries at the moment is GonNa, blow your minds and though I'll miss them all. Are we cheering from the sidelines thanks to them for the thanks to them for the first thirteen wonderful years, and here's the media molecules next thirteen. The studio responded on twitter thanking Evans for his leadership friendship and everything giving media molecule. The team added we'll continue to be weird and wonderful as you've always wanted, and there's forever space for you on our Stream Sofa I actually inverted that but it's fine. I ever started his career in the industry at bullfrog before working at lionhead for six years on a six years as head of indeed, he co-founded media molecule with art director, Tony creative director Marquee, and technical director David. Smith in two, thousand,

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A Developer's Summer, with Underscore David Smith

Mac Power Users

06:30 min | 1 year ago

A Developer's Summer, with Underscore David Smith

"Hello everyone this is David sparks joined by my fellow co-hosts Mr. Stephen Hackett I Stephen Hey David. How are you good I feel like this week is kind of putting the capper on our W. WDC coverage. Finished up last week, we were able to talk about quite a bit during the during ww see, and then we talked about our Betas last week this week. We thought we bring in somebody who has a unique and interesting perspective on it. Welcome back to the show David Smith. You it's A. It's a pleasure to be here I mean I was? It's an honor to be on power users so I'm glad to be able to kind of come in gas lend a developer perspective to all the announcements that we just had. Thinking that you'd be the perfect guest for it by pay, we just had him on and then I looked twenty seventeen, so. I don't know what happened there in my head, but The you know David you were telling me before the show started. How many wwe cs have you participated in a believe? This is number twelve for me and my first one is in two thousand and nine, and I've been essentially attended in some form ever ever since so it's been like this regular fixture in my family that as far as like in which. That's longer than my children have. Our old, so like from their perspective, daddy always disappears for a week in June like that's just a part of a part of life that I'm sure they expect happens to every father in the world. They just June is when they go to California, but that's. It was a very unusual year to just actually just stay at home and be here, but sort of not here. kind of station in the basement to a just a after shift myself to California time, and then also just there's so much to do. But generally speaking, it was definitely a different year than all the others that I've had the privilege of experiencing. As, someone who's been W. DC with you? I think we one year we stay together and the relay Commun-. The but I feel like you are somebody that really always. My observation takes advantage of WBZ. You're always hustling to get to meetings and and get the content and I feel like you are in my mind for lack of a better term, a lunch pail developer just show up and you get the work done, and I've always appreciate that about you. So, let's talk, you know. You watched it from home this year I guess That was that. It was different I. Mean on the one hand. It was kind of Nice to be able to like my wife set next to me on the Sofa and we questioned on our TV, and it was. It was kind of Nice to share that with her. Because while we sometimes, we'll do that for things like phone announcements, or you know other apple events throughout the year when I'm not in California You know she's heard me talk about WDC many times and WC announcements are the ones that I like kind of lose my mind and be super excited, and like it's in a way that is unusual that it's not. As to you know with an iphone announcement because a cool new camera that's kind of clear and accessible, but like I'm losing my mind over some minor thing that they just mentioned and she has no idea and it was kind of a fun thing. I think for us to be to share that But it was definitely a bit odd to. Then just like just like. I watched the Hino, and then I go and sit at my at my regular, my regular office and I can download all the Betas, and like get started right away rather than like frantically trying to eat like an awful box lunch in between the keynote in the state of the Union and then like sometime later somehow try and get the. Betas installed over Chino potentially and not so reliable Wi fi, and so like it was definitely a very different Monday for WGC than I'm used to though I kind of liked it like it was kind of Nice I felt like I was super productive like in a very intense way which? Definitely took the weekend to recover from, but it was. It was different, but in a good way I, think is the best summary for how serve the General Rafeal if WGC was for me. The general take wagon talking to developer friends. It's like it was a more more is week easier to get information easier to manage Betas and find out what exactly what's going on. You're not kind of in the thick of it. But it was less useful of direct access to apple engineers. Maybe I'd say from my experience like they had labs this year. Which is alive that typically WGC they have these big sessions where apple engineers are available to attendees who go into, ask your questions, which is the one time of year typically where you're able to interact with an apple engineer, because typically they're locked. Locked away in Cupertino and can talk about anything related to what they're working on, but this one week they get let out in are allowed to do that. And I was very curious to see what they did for. The labs experience this year and worked well like I think I attended five or six lives, and they were just kind of like voice. Conference calls I could share I could share my screen to to the call if I had some code I needed to show them or something. I wanted them to kind of look at and by and large. That process was actually very efficient, and from the kind of likes to the way they structured. It is I mean they were available to anyone who had a pay developer account so I. Don't Know How many people that is in the world, but it is almost certainly. Probably millions if not. Like tens of millions and it was just kind of you signed up. You submitted a question, and they had of reviewed them the day before and assigned to a lab based on as like, do you? Did you actually see Mike? You had a reason a question. That's useful and. Effective to answer, and it was to the asking esque, the right lab, or the right place and feuded, both those things like I was able to get my labs, and got my questions answered, and so that was actually kind of cool. I think only part. I missed was really like. You're talking about the sexting at the the relay commune. Having that kind of that sense of community and being around other people. Like the idea. Of being on site in San Jose was something that I certainly missed this year, and that's a tricky thing to quantify 'cause i. think in most other ways. The Co like the conference was better for being virtual like the session videos were better, and they were more accessible in the sense that they are available immediately to everybody they all have full transcripts that are searchable and so are accessible, just both from an ex. A accessibility perspective of perse people for people for whom listening to video is difficult. They have the transcript immediately available, and they can do. Watch close captioning as Equally accessible to everybody irrespective, if you have the means and the resources and the ability to go to saint, say or not you just if you have an Internet connection, you have exactly the same connection, and then like all the content was super polished

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Atlanta couple quarantined in Japan hospital to return to the U.S.

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta couple quarantined in Japan hospital to return to the U.S.

"A courage in news for that metro Atlanta couple have been quarantined in Japan after testing positive for coronavirus line Renee Smith both eighty years old were passengers on the diamond princess cruise ship dock in Japan they tested positive for corona virus and have been there since the end of January but now a bit of good news now both tested negative for the coronavirus which means they should be able to come home and the couple's son David Smith tells me that they'll now wait another week and then they can come back to Georgia he says they're ready to get home but for now the view of Mount Fuji through their hospital window it's not too bad at all it's

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"david smith" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Us? And that's the that's saw how you know. How do you behave? It's behave as if it's in the daylight. Yeah now. That's that's helpful. I really appreciate appreciate that days with end. I appreciate all the topics that we've had. We have had on a lot and we have a sequel to the book or an opportunity to have you on to flesh out some more These topics now. It'd be awesome But I appreciate you coming on today and sharing with us about your thoughts thoughts regarding Mel Friendship and so I appreciate that. Very much Cross link is the publisher and There are different ways of getting getting A. Who's got your back? And there's a chance of sending me an email at love to know if people think or any questions they have. It'd be fun to respond. Yeah what would you want people to contact you at to reach out to you. Well yeah of forming connections DOT COM is my modest website okay and There's a AH cut contact form in their my. My email is an email also S. d. s. like Smith David Smith eight nine four at Yahoo at Yahoo who dot com is another way. Okay all right well again. I really appreciate that and Thank you again for your time and I pray you have a blessed day. Hey and for all of you listening out there This has been two guys in a Bible we We hope you enjoyed this This episode If you have any questions of course you could reach out the David friendship if you want to reach out to us you can contact us. Does go to our website Number two guys in a Bible dot org or email us at two you guys in Bible Dot podcast at g mail DOT COM And we look forward to being with you all again next time and until then God bless and Merry. Merry Christmas. y'All and Mary Chris Take Care later. David thank you very much absolutely thanks. God bless.

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"david smith" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"It it brings us a byproduct some of these some of these good good Good thanks you know. And I think that's that that's what what it's about and I I've tried to share some of that in who's got your back by the way. That's the title seem self serving in a way who's got your back but the answer. The answer is it's who's got your back as the WHO who you're concerned about your engaged in and who have some responsibility with that's who's got your back you you know. It's a reciprocal thing. That's one of the ingredients of a friendship. I think is reciprocal. It's not just all one sided. You know we've all had relationships that we've we value people. Maybe it's a professor. Maybe it's a pastor. Maybe it's apparent where it's all one's pretty much one sided and they're giving to us and we value that we benefit from it but the real close relationships tend to be reciprocal and That's that's when Needs as well as sharing comes from both sides writes from both parties you know and that's that's That's not all not all no not always the case. Yeah did the fate really surprised me as I didn't find this to be true in the in the church in a faith congregations evens in men's men's Bible studies that That we we tend to be along along to that We tend to buy into the culture. We we Maybe for discussion purposes. I it'd be interesting interesting to talk about whether or not one of the concerns of of the Church today Zip Are we indistinguishable in any way from the larger for culture or do we just fit in everything else you know and I fear with with the area of relationships especially in a large churches. It's easy easy just simply to be there'd be a bystander to sit and observe and let some of the professionals Do all the activities activities and I. I don't know if that's a model model scripture a with it we've got to We've got to be if we're going going to function well in a church or frankly in any in any relationship of a civic for example or school but Church too if you know some people will ask me well. Why why? Why is friendship important? And we've talked about some of the wrist but I think that if if you want you have a close friend you feel like you belong along you feel like the that there's reason for you to be there and You you move participate more you give more you do more Many wives have told me. I think it is so important. My husband could get A friendship than because take some of the emotional responsibility the away from me. I have his total friend ship base and wouldn't it be cool if he if he would relate to some other guys and That was a surprise to me. I thought that you know maybe maybe friendship might be considered invasion of the family. But it's supportive of the family. In fact many wives were shared that they try to create opportunities for their husbands to be more involved to volunteer to You know hey joe. Did you call all that. Did you do that. You called Of Bill and early to write a letter immunity put encouragements out there so that they they do things together. Yeah that's they've been more likely Bond together yeah. Well I guess one question that comes to mind as I'm here and you're talking about this you know if that's the case he's not I mean I I hear the weightiness of what you're saying just on the importance of a friendship with the question of comes to my mind is what then does healthy male friendship look like right. Maybe maybe I mean could you share maybe an anecdote or a biblical example. That comes to mind you mentioned earlier. Certain traits that individuals should demonstrate right and openness to dependence and affection affection and gentleness These are attributes that are not you know stereotypically masculine attributes. But there are things that men really all people can can benefit from As they make us more approachable or friendlier relatable and all kinds of different ways You know one trait that you talk about a healthy male. Friendship looks like his reciprocity. It's a very reciprocal. Ab a little bit more harder to maintain if it's all one sided. What are some other attributes that you look at that? And you're like man that's a good friendship and in particular particular like how should a crapshoot Christian friendship among men look different than that of the world as you were describing. Excellent question and I am. We could reveal some traits which we can do but I share to jump ahead of it. You know what that. What's a typical friendship? Look like it's going to vary dramatically It because the people who you're friends with are going to be different you're going to adapt you're going to be respectful and you may be with somebody who's Highly educated. Somebody who's not so highly educated may lose somebody rural compared to somebody who's urban will you know they're all different kinds of of course different different illustrations of how friendships come together. But they do tend to have similar Character character traits. You know we've you met you wrote mentioned a couple here a moment ago but they all seem to also have things like covenant you you know David and Jonathan in the Bible which they agreed to To have a a relationship of our culture friendship is it's not like marriage or some other legal legal thing you can do it and it's there's not much as symbolism of tokenism or anything we don't exchange gifts gifts whatever but do we shake hands and look into your eyes and convey that the Mrs Serious that I'm GonNa be the responsible in this relationship. You also in the Bible of Ruth and they all me for example by the way we use use that illustration where were they these. Two women Give it gives the impression in its quoted in the wedding ceremonies. But it's really about friendship. It's the idea that that that This relationship important. There's going to be a give and take in it and I call it a covenant and other things that grow out a covenant is it's a sense of loyalty a sense of faithfulness of your friends in trouble you. You're there. Sometimes you may be giving seventy percent of men and you're giving more more than the than fifty fifty fifty I I think there's a generosity in in friendship serious to you And you you You know somebody once said. Every dog deserves one bite. You know sometimes we we pass judgment on people and we dismiss them immediately. We don't give them a chance to even form of a friendship. I I'm convinced that we reform judgments about other people in the first two or three minutes that we meet them where hardly willing to To back away from our initial assessment but friends. Don't do that friends fence. Give and take they and they stay away from extreme. Sometimes you know. We're living in a rather of polarized era right now at least politically while Christians and other friends can be can be on different a different points of that spectrum and have whole different points of view. How do you? How do you process that what you do it with respect which You know in an apparent worth the dignity in in the person who you're considering a a friend and You know you you. Do you tolerate the differences. I think you stay away from a topics to some degree. Unless you have some ground rules that but if that but if you're gonNA have have a close friendship don't you we don't hide from tough topics and So therefore things like candor. You know you don't see candor candor in Quainton ships or buddy ships very much hander. As I speak the truth to you in love and the you know that's you know you'll find that proverbs in some other places but if you're screwing up I'm Gonna I'm GonNa tell you about it a friend a friend will say but you do it with concern and you might. You might do fear and trembling to some degree but candor her. You know the the I think the scripture says something about the The wounds of a friend you know. Well what do you mean wounds while he. Maybe maybe you need to be You need to be told that you've got a problem here and nobody else is telling it that You know so there's a Ah and I think there's a there's an acceptance that you see no matter what friendship looks like you know i. I was a meeting the other day. And there era there was a whole bunch of guys that had Leather jackets on and they had the biblical sayings on them and their beards. And all of this and there are some context where you you know. Some people would say. Well what's that about. You know but real friends really have The they expand the parameters as to who can be a friend and as you know. It's these characteristics that are there these biblical characteristics. It's not so much about Who you are where you were raised? What sure education was or what your job title? We meet people today. We say what what do you do. What's your name or what do you do? And maybe that's not the way to start a relationship chip. Maybe the WHO do you worship now. No but but it's interesting because when when you say that when you say all that I completely completely think an agree that you know I can have A. I can have a closer relationship with a believer who a Christian a true true group Christian believer from another culture. Then even some of my college roommates that are not believers offers a service level relationship. Whatever you know we can kind of we can get along? That's nice but I feel that deeper connection with With somebody else with our culture because of the because of we're all in Christ and those those qualities that you mentioned the loyalty faithfulness. The generosity act. You Know Eric. Can I say I really appreciate you mentioning that the the spiritual focus that the idea that I that I'm able to talk about Christ and the Bible with with that particular individual is so important or even pray with friends The activities that choose share may there may be some activities. You don't want to do In that in your friend would agree. A new maybe something. You WanNa do that some other people may not ought to participate so the spiritual focuses there. I think it's it's worth discussing is whether or not you can have a real closeness with another individual uh-huh that's perhaps not a believer you can. Can you be close to somebody. I used to think. no it had you had a spiritual focus but I think there may be There may be able to stations where you're close to somebody. I've got a friend WHO's orders on being an atheist these clearly agnostic and I think we've demonstrated somewhat of a respect for each other's perspective and I tell him that he. He tells me about the when he dies he becomes fertilizer. And all this. That's the end of it And we go back and forth that I share with him. I see what your position takes a lot more faith to commit to than what my commitment talk to Christ and the Scripture and he'll sit and I can tell.

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"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"Think I've said this before Ireland a lot doing nypd blue and We had such a really good support team of of a skilled craftsman behind an incredible pink crew and plasterers and they just they did incredible work. And this wall's doesn't so much aging on. Yeah Yeah and and it was great fun to to see how many times you could turn that back lot in to so many different locations and it was. It was great fun it. Yeah it was for me. It was like working back in theatre where I because I had my own prop house in the theater and and I had sofas and I would upholster them and I would slip cover them and I would change the look and I go back through my photos and over the years. I've used this piece of furniture. Eighteen Times you know are just say when you walk through a prop house with David. Thanks to pointing out pieces like I bought that for shock girl. I've thought that for vice I do. You know how much money they may. Not from me renting out. But it's true it's true it's true but that is such a compliment that you have such great taste that other shows rent your pieces that you well. I like your babies. You know. It's so funny. How many intricate parts there are in production and how how everyone preps for everything so differently. Now and we're on our own little world kind of and I'll although we straddle other departments were still in our world but but but we are. We are in our own little world but it's a it's a world that I think Respectfully you know I think we bring a lot to the table and think that we think about a lot about what we do And that we are involved in telling the story about visually and about who these people are and what they're doing and what they're going through and and sometimes I think what's really incredible as we got it right a lot. Yeah isn't it. Funny me when I first started of well. I should probably talk to the actor about this. It's their characters house like Don. Shouldn't there be some interaction and I found there usually isn't unless it's like the main character orients. You know the the the person than there is input an halftime. You don't want that but the funny thing is of how much more a lot of times we get you know defeated movie or whatever you get like two months. Prep an actor comes on a week before and so we really do have so much more input and time to think about some of these rooms and how they're going to read without anybody in them that I always find it a little disappointing that there's not more collaboration between the actors and like decorators just because I feel like it could help more like. Hey Oh do you want like a candy dispenser in like Fetish. Sure I'm with you. I don't know I could go very wrong. I know that it could but I think there's opportunity there that it could go very for the most part. I've not worked with actors who are a big input in the look of of what they're an occasional request here in the air but but I love it when an actor comes on and they discover things you've put into the set and then they decide to their intuitive. Enough are spontaneous enough. And and and you know Improv improvisational enough to make it all work and I remember Ken. Wantanabe on Cirque de Freaky was that way with us. He really loved a lot. That we put under that sets the appreciation. Yeah is there which is always great. all right. I'm done with you. Okay thank you thank you thank you. Bye Cam wait a minute. Hold on thank you. I have so many. Thank you thank you so much for being Just someone who I admire for all of these years up sweet You've given me a ton of guidance especially through the TSA and being so proud of that organization and helping me. So what? Jared slight presidency. That I've tried to jump in where you've really done this an incredible John. Thank you so much. You are so kind to me and my boys. I Love Matt and I love you. Well thank you but I think you've done a great job for the. I really think that you've you're good. I liked your energy and our lives have become entwined. And it's nice. It's nice and who knew and who knew that we had all these things in common call leads me to heart definitely all right. Thank you thank you for having by no as I said David and I have become very close past of years and I'm a better decorator for it. He's been a great influence. A great teacher and a great decorator in genuinely a nice person. I really could talk to him all day. He's got such great stories. He's so funny. I love his voice. I'm all in So I hope that you got some information out of that of especially about his process so coming up next. I have an episode about the good place with production designer Ian Phillips Art Director Atom Row and graphic designer Graham Radcliffe. And we're GONNA talk about the episode that we have nominated for our art directors guild award. I hope that you've checked out previous episodes with Ian an atom. And I'm exciting for you to hear what Graham has to say about the graphics on the episode and in the show in general. He's the Guy Designing all those little Easter eggs that you Super France love to find so I get ready for that because that'll be the first episode of the New Year again. Happy New Year. Thank you so much for listening and I hope you got an earful decorating pages sponsored by still be forty.

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Decorating Pages

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"At a house and so We pull up to this House. And it's quite spectacular and and its architectures similar to Frank. Lloyd Wright somebody who was a great fan of his and This family had built the house there and in Missouri and Cape Girardeau and We ended up doing the the living room and the kitchen and the study out of the House so much the first floor the first floor we did not do the bedroom and then and I became a came necessary because of I think Neil Patrick Harris's Availability so yes so doug and I spent a couple of weeks in Missouri. I remember we. We went to win. We drove into Saint Louis which was in about an hour and a half away from Cape Gerardo and we went to be bought. Sofas and we you know ten thousand to ten thousand dollars sofas and then there came and and we they came in town and time and then I had I had somebody I found somebody in Cape Girardeau who reupholstered them for us in a fabric. 'cause 'cause I it was David Venture and David entries of liberal like working with Nancy Meyers in that he to cares about the look and things are done very specifically to his orderly orderly. Yeah Yeah but but again if he though it takes Especially in house of cards. I mean I know that it's the seasons went on and it's not him doing the episode but they kept it distracted me mostly because I'm analyzing their White House sets you know 'cause I was on at the time but it it takes me out of it that order sometime and I I mean I just found that the I liked house of cards thawed there has to be matching lamp on every single set of every I think beautiful lamps I love it. Brought takes me out of it. I think the big difference between Doug did the first quarter. First half of the first season of a house of cards Yeah no I know. That's why he worked with fincher. Then yeah yeah but but I think also part of that is you know One never knows. Unless you're specifically there whose idea is to do watt but but but there is a certain amount of a controlled Palette and and not not any pattern as such And so that that I. It was stylized for me that that it was talking house of cards or House of Cards House of cards. It was beautiful beautiful you and and I think by the end of the show that they were getting into more pattern. That was the big change. That happened lighter. Yeah it wasn't as dark rudy. Then the next movie that I did which Pascal was I came in because she was doing Vice and it was at that point it was one hundred eighty seven sets and fifty days and the the White House obviously under five different administrations and. She realized that she wasn't going to be able to do it all herself. So I came in. I worked for about seven eight weeks nine weeks nine weeks. I started when they began shooting and I finished the week before they ended shooting redoing like a set at two cents a day. Two to three sets on average. Yeah and so it started out than that I. The plan was originally that I was going to do all the stage work and she was going to do all the locations and I was going to be out Sony so so within the first couple of days Oliver. A knife on myself out in Ventura County. You know And up the five and I was doing this ranch the nor- and She was sending stuff out and I was putting it together sending her photos and then bit by bit. I I began to shop a little bit and add to the mix and then I did do the first round of all the stage work at Sony which was great fun but she did. She did the White House she did. All the White House's so hard it's hard it's hard I thinking like. Oh we're in a classroom for four days we get a little breather there. I haven't stopped. I'M STILL. We're still going like every day. There's just you don't get a break. I can't imagine on a film for every two to three cents a day. It's a lot. It is a lot that designer though Patrice Fermat is really wonderful to work with and and and he is. He's just for for somebody doing a lot of Historically accurate and Yeah he found a way to to make it. He found a lot to make it creative night. Yeah Yeah Yep I think they went to Washington very briefly At the end for some little roadwork but I I you just last year did unbelievable. He did it's unbelievable at La back is just a gorgeous setting like it just to me was. I didn't notice the sets in the sense that they were so in their character and so perfectly Surrounding this character that I don't know I think there's some things you watch and you don't think about the sense and I think that's a huge and I used to say when we were in theater that you know you you go out of a show and you can On the tunes. But you can't really on that you know and that our work is I think is to support. I don't think one should actually ever really go away talking about the sets. And unless it's it's yeah exactly exactly But unbelievable again I had done re-shoots with Julie Virg- off the production designer And on two movies and sophie new door for was the set decorator with her on those and Sophie wasn't available to do the Ray shoots and so when they geared up unbelievable in the first three episodes there was Pre close to ninety sets and Julie realized that. And the because as you know now episodic is you know a lot of the streaming episodic especially are broken up into blocks and a shooting to your prepping and shooting and then you take a week off Es Sometimes Yeah Yeah I don't remember if we did if we took weeks off on unbelievable or not. I don't think so but maybe we did but anyway. Sophie did the first three episodes. I did the the middle three episodes and then she did the end of the show And we were two separate entities I didn't have any crossover work with her. Nor she with me Nope nope one need man. One crew we each had a I had one buyer she had to and then We each other crew coordinator and who who followed the block And I think my three episodes had originally somewhere around sixty six sets or something like that and then they were then not that. Drop down to. Maybe forty-seven Is but in the first four episodes there were four different police departments and they built to unstaged and Julie's a really bold designer really really bold. I don't know one with the huge glass windows Raleigh Raleigh. And you know. Some deep and cameramen and lighting people complain about not being able to shoot a translate. I mean that's scary because it could look really bad. Yeah Yeah but I just think an unbelievable The special last seen in the in the show with With an eye on the phone and then the whole the whole Colorado Psych translators. Right there out the windows and I think Looks Pretty. Damn good to me. It's pretty believable. Super believable I really thought it was all locations especially like outside of the apartments like the greenery. Everything really well done really well done. The department was up in I think when. She's the stakeout outside of like chicks apartment that was in the valley And then the Apartment was up and I think it's not it might have been Norwalk. I'm not quite sure but anyway. It was a a a complex there and they covered a pool with plywood and platforms and then brought an sodden grass and trees and enormous trees and Yeah they don't know who's like we do. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah I think. It's a pretty seamless production as you say. I because I don't think it's about the sets by any means but I think I think what you do see the sets all really really good and.

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"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"John had John in the art directors and the set designers had had designed the set and had been painted and other bedroom and it was to be up. I when they came back. Who and so I did one version of it With input and I took photos and I sent them to the UK. And I got notes from Nancy and I was quite astounded By her her her sense of detail and her I because she said to me That she wasn't sure that Cameron would have a nail clipper on the bedside table and I realized that she had looked at every inch of the photograph and She has this incredible. I do I. You always do these things because you know somebody who does it or you do it yourself or your mother did it. How many times am Yup? Yup Yup always driving for what's on my nightstand on the teenage group. Mix Up there you go. I'm constantly on People's nights in what's boring so I mean there were. There were times when it was like rug. Scott added you know the whole seating areas. The thing that changed the most in that bedroom is that that we did five different ways in the art. We did five different ways and and I it's a little daunting. Yeah but it's but but well known but it's also challenging because it I've never worked for someone who cared so much about the look. Yeah so I guess a sense that you want to figure it out I WANNA I wanna I wanNA figure this out. Yeah that is that is interesting. I mean I because sometimes you get a producers directors who. It's more just their opinion and they're just not really. I've sat here and I've thought about that till now. I really want that in there. Were I would respect her enough to think like. Oh Yeah we're trying to achieve something Garrett. She knows what she wants. Well she's very smart and she's a very bright woman and her mother was an interior designer. She was raised in this world She doesn't really she's great taste obviously And I mean everything looks great But but it was a little daunting sometimes for her. You know to the producers kept saying to me you've got you gotta find a way to do this for less money and and it was like okay. I'll try so I'm like we were looking at bedding and and so I brought in sheets and and it was like five. Different versions of a beige are an off-white and and I swear to you she could tell just by looking. Well Yeah and the yeah and so the ones that she chose were always the more expensive ones and You know what are you GonNa do? What are you going to do and you need audible sets if people are in bed and kings beds is expensive to dress anyway. it it it. It was hard. It was hard but I found that we did some incredible sets we unfortunately there two or three things that never made the movie. I and my and my book that I shall on her Cameron Diaz his bedroom I had an attached bathroom and that master bathroom is phenomenal. Really phenomenal and we did the closet where Jimmy Choo and and Yeah Jimmy Choo gave us like you know. Forty pairs of shoes We had chanel bags. We had And it was terrific walk-in closet and Cameron ended up buying a lot of that and taking with her so and she was terrific. Anyway it and it was great. You know and I. I just thought that Cindy had been such a good job you know and there's a lot of Holly Hunt in the House. and Holly Hunt was pretty expensive in the united two years later target has everything. Holly Hunt Has A. It's like a target is really good but but but I have to say At some point I was able to bring some things into it Like Judas Kitchen. We did that after Christmas and I we were somewhere. Nancy mentions China and I showed her some things. And I have a whole collection in my house of Brennan White English transfer where platters hanging on the kitchen cabinets and and so I brought in a bunch of Brown and white China a charge you for for the rental shifted from Cleveland but well what You bring up a point though that you've done. Recently you worked as an assistant decorate. I got some projects. How does that work of which I know your friends usually with whoever the decorator is right everybody? How does that work though Do you are you dividing upsets? Are You Are you saying like a million for a week? I'll help with whatever well I think the An and soap opera. I always worked with two other setback readers or at least one other set decorator so for me it wasn't really such a big stretch to work with some announce I mean although we usually had our own tasks but but then you had to pay attention to what someone else was doing. Funny Characters I only decorate for some of that happened and so on as the world turns at one point. It used to be only That that it was like I want to do this or I wanNA follow that character. I want to do this And then it got a little tense and political and then at some point then we started to rotate whatever. Whatever is your day to come in early. These are your sets you're GONNA do And divided up that way But so YEARS AGO. I had shopped for Casey Fox And well I shopped for movie called age of Innocence And I can't do his name but Bob Bob Frank Oh I think I think he did that. anyway I shopped La and send things to him possibly To US and in New York and then resume Brandenburg. I shopped for her a little bit on What women want to open a set for her And then my friend Jan Pascal would call me every now and then for re shoots or is she got into trouble she would say Will you come and work with us for a couple of days? So the first time that I really worked with any sort of responsibility and more than a week was on argo and I went in and helped Jan on Argo and I did I I didn't shop a lot of it some of it. I shopped but but I did the airport the Tehran airport and which was shot an Ontario at the airport there and We had a duty free shop that got smashed up but we never it never made the movie and then some offices and then I then I put together the first pass at the house where they were all held and That worked out really well and then with John. I also did Which one the house? It was a house Hancock Park. Yeah Yeah Which was a big dress except for the kitchen. The kitchen was pretty much found. And which was one of those lucky fines nineteen sixties seventies kitchen. Yeah Yeah And then I I did on gone girl I worked with Doug Mowatt and for that. I did the Missouri portion of it and then I came back here and helped him for a few weeks in town. Said you shopped. Let's just use shopped the Missouri sense somewhat here and no fair or just we actually The Missouri the Missouri Sats We're supposed to be not terribly involved. There was the bar which which doug had done. I don't think we took anything from here. I think we shopped it there. And then there's the The operations yes. We must have bought Then we did. We did so we were planning to do the Bar And the exterior of the house The Ben Affleck and Rodman's House and We were going to do the and it was planned to do the The search said well the shed the shad the shed and do the The hotel where the search everybody came and gathered for that and then We got on the bus. It was a two or three days tech scout and we got on the bus one day and they said There might be a change and we're going to go by and look.

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"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"The producers and they said. You should go do this. Because you know we're in our last set And we're on the lot here at paramount and go do that and did you have to bring run addressing with you. Well the thought was that I would definitely take things with me to to New Orleans so I got hired I was I finished nowhere. Land Bill Bill went to New Orleans. I went down there very briefly for a few days and then I came back to La and finish nowhere land and wrapped and I never find everything in New Orleans so I. I spent a week here show after Norway land. I spent a are imagine that I spent a week in town and I went around to see what was available and everything that I thought that I would like to have was tagged by another show. I think I talked to you at the time because you were going to Winnie at La Circus right right. And I think I don't remember what but I just remember talking with you ending talking to David Smith. I don't know if it was something that we both want interest. But I remember talking to you about La Circus or something about like all of that. A The serendipity we I speak of all the time but but if there's one show that's gearing up this always one or two other shows hot on the heels that need exactly the same thing. Every school drama has red chairs out for some reason craziness so Cirque DU freak. I loved working on it. it was very operatic and feel and it was very theatrical and I feel like for me. It's the movie that the the movie that I've done that. I feel that I've put a lot of myself in because there are a lot of my personal likes and dislikes in it and also it. It is sort of like a combination or combination of my various extra work experiences and and likes at some and also from La. I got to take to drapery people with me to New Orleans. I took a lead man. I took a buyer And I saw and I took several guys As gang bosses to eight. Eighty people atypical. That was before right just right before the that the begin. Yes Yep Yep Yep were while they were available and the time. It was a little hard to find people and New Orleans hoover who were young starting that people were like going and what was Great Fun. Is THAT INDEED? You know it it. The premise of the of the movie was that It was a traveling freak. Show and so all of the Habitats Were theoretically on truck beds or could be folded up or pulled by trailers or whatever and it was mobile and They were pretty elaborate and they were great fun and was terrific. So vivid was great. I don't think we saw a lot of it in the movie. Unfortunately it's shot a little too tight. Think draper that all of lots of drapery I. I used to have a huge reputation for drapery and and of course. Unfortunately drapery means money. But you know I love Cirque du Freak. I love it. Now that was like the fourth or fifth time you had worked with him. I mean after working with 'cause I don't know I've worked with designers again and again but not on films but do you still have to even talk about all. Yeah and go is a great to have in fact. I had lunch with bill last week and I said I WANNA do one more movie. You know I really want to do something with you. so And of course we gotta sink when I got ill and I couldn't travel and anyway I'm fine now and and hopefully something will come along and we'll work but he's been doing a lot of work in Canada and it makes it a little difficult but I think at what happened was I I in our relationship. We've never had any. We've never had any frustration with each other that I can sell. We've never we've never had an argument as such I even high arguments. I mean there's some talk back every now and then are you. Are you sure when you really need that right but but I think we're pretty respectful about each other and and I know that his his personal likes are a little different than mine? So we we. We serve temporary each other very nicely. I tend to do things a little bit more cluttered than than he would sometimes do them. And so sometimes there's a little bit of a nice tension about. Can we pull somebody out can we? You know you need that to edit each other and I think when you have a designer that you're in sync with you're not really in sync with them you're really just bouncing off of each other and and I always say look I thought of ninety percent of things and you came in with the other two that I forgot. I can't think of anything or you know what I mean. I I got fifty percent. You got it's whatever it is. I believe a designer to WHO's going to collaborate and edit with me and I enjoy that I enjoy no yup I think I like the collaborative effort and I think with ONS. I don't I think we're very collaborative bill and I and and we know yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean I think you know and yeah and crazy stupid. Love was part of that which was really just an incredible experience. One of the nicest. Yeah that and and in good company where two of the nicest extremes is working on a movie and you did the period piece lovelace. I did a research return for that. They're actually seen the film as a young man and I knew a little bit about. I knew a little bit about that after I moved to New York but Again there was an incredible documentary and I and I thought what are we going to do? Because there's a inside deep throat But now I know in. Yeah and it's a really good documentary That was a really I low budget movie and I think really might only one movie. David I mean well I mean this? This is this is when the tier system had begun to come in. And so this was I think like Tier One So it was just under ten million bloody hard Mahdi hard and and bill came up with twenty grand or something it was. It was really low and we did ninety nine percent of that movie. We did on location and And in Long Beach and we took over a motel and we built some sets inside the motel and we worked in the area around the motel on. I think we shot the whole thing and less than you know four weeks five weeks. It was very quick I it was really hard. It was hard. It was hard and it's very hard if you have to go long beach you're doing a period show and you can't come back and do two round trips with the trump my whole day and and we only had one truck and and it was hard to get the producers to They counted I. We had worked with the accountant on A couple of other movies. poets movies and Us Yeah Good. If they're happy to see you got And I you know budgets. Doing low-budget is hard. And and for me. It's hard not to spend money and not to do things really right when you know it. I've gotten more. I've gotten better about asking for favors or you know trying to to make package deals Because I didn't do any of that until fairly recently and I'm not sure a lot of people used to do that. I think it was just When I came into the business their producers who knew how much it was gonna cost and so you just did it The first one my first movie in New York I never had a budget. The producer would come and say we spent too much on that last set. We need to pull back here on this and everybody did that. Take it as Show when you have it I spend it and they save up famous. Yup I if you need to charge this and that and but I'm GonNa ask certain favors.

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"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"david smith" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"Some of Hollywood's most famous sets interviews from Sak raiders production designers directors and actors about creating the TV about their design. Inspirations stories that take from page to screen. Hello and welcome to decorating pages. I'm your host Kim. One up I am. I should say I'm your sick host Kim one up because Santa was good enough to bring my whole family colds and coughs this year. So the last five days of basically been a blur of little runny noses and Binging lawson space on the flex So sorry if my voice is a little off Has anyone watching lost in space on net flicks. I kinda I like it. I mean I binge it because I think the sets are so good. I mean the production value. I think of of these sentences I. I'm kind of fascinated that they're putting so much money into it because I don't find that the stories that could it's very simple if you're looking for a simple thing to binge that's it it's not I'm not I think every episode is going to get better and then it doesn't but then but then the lead you to think that the next episode is going to get better. They're good at that. I would say but I. I've binged that we binge that in the two days so yeah sick Sick with babies is on cool. I gotta say that but We're getting better. It's going to be fine so happy new year to everyone. And thank you again for all your support this year looking forward to a full twenty twenty of new episodes. GonNa try to get better at the social media postings and facebook updates. I'm really bad at that. I'm sorry and bad tooting my own horn. All I really do is the email blasts and I hope you're getting that if you want to if you not unsubscribe. I'm totally fine with that. I will not be offended But I'm really proud of all the interviews. We did this year and I'm so thankful that people have given their time to this and I'm learning from everyone and I hope you are too. I can't promise I won't screw up the audio again but I keep so you know so here is part. Two of my interview with set decorator David Smith and to be honest. The man has so much to say. And it's all Jim's all gems It was really hard to edit this interview. He had a wonderful career in TV and film and he's just gone strong in this interview. We get into some of his specific projects like his work on the his first film shop girl How worked with Nancy Meyers on the holiday. Which I'm sure you might have Even watched this holiday season working with the same people the same production designer for twelve projects. Which that's that's a milestone in itself that's unbelievable and Working on locations for films like the last holiday and Vampires apprentice. He got his first computer in two thousand six. I'm not joking so get ready for that. He's also been working as an additional set decorator on projects like ARGO. Gone Girl Vice and unbelievable So we talk about how to construct the work with the other decorator and Dividing up the project talks a lot about budgeting and working deals with prop houses and Working budget with the producer which it's a give and take with budget with budgets in our in our field. I mean it's tricky because there's variables at sometimes you can't control location work or how many days are gonNA shoot the sets and you have to budget for that. And it's real numbers that they the producers you know need to have so that's that's always a tricky thing in in our profession and I hope you enjoy. Let me ask you this. You did twelve fourteen films with Bill Arnold right you did recently dirty grandpa lovely little fuckers crazy stupid love. Shaq girl not and nine others. I mean can you talk about like working with someone? That much No no not not at all I I I. I met bill He was Janine Open Lawns Art Director and he did he was from Chicago. Are HE WORKED IN CHICAGO IN FROM CHICAGO? He and his wife came out here But I I met him because we did the pilot in the early nineties of La Law. I mean I'm sorry. L. A. Confidential and J heart and both Rosemary. Brandenburg HAD RECOMMENDED ME TO BILL. And he's named dropping other decorators was recommend you well only because. I think that's how we all got that's how we get jobs and that's one asset to being an. Sds is that that you got to know people and people you know. Yeah absolutely and we don't really often work together as decorators. It's beginning to happen a little bit more now which is good but anyway so so I met bill on and we did a pilot and be hit it off and then I think we might have done one other pilot and then we did the first film that we did together with shop girl which I love which was fabulous experience. Nazi Martin. Really the you know. It was really interesting. Because Steve Martin was producer on that as well as having written the the Novella and Based on his real life But he I think he was very compartmentalized while was doing this and so he was the actor of we saw it none of his other hats where being Lorne during this And we had a really interesting director by the name of an an tucker and It was Nice. It was just a really nice experience in town and You know the story was written for socks and sacks win didn't WanNa play ball I mean on Neiman. Marcus didn't want it was written for Neiman. Marcus because she worked at the glove counter at Neiman Marcus theoretically in the story and Neiman didn't WanNa play and so he ended up shooting at Saks and we took over the second the men's department and we turn that into the the formal the gowns area and where the shop counter was. It was fairly short. Time is maybe thirty days thirty five days and not as huge budget practical much many locations just changing. Yeah we built. We built We built the tour bus We did and we did that. The cabin or the sleeping area of that But most of it was location work. Yeah Yeah Yeah so. That was your first. That was my first movie and then the next movie I and and at that time I had just from. I done a TV show and It was shutting down and I bought one of the apple computers on that and I bought Orange Clam Shell and so I had that. That was the first time that I had a computer. And when we finished shop girl he said to me our next movie which is good to hear a designer. Our next movie You gotta get a better computer. The next movie that we did was a movie. Called last holiday Queen Latifah and It ended up shooting For Twenty twenty some odd days in New Orleans and then we went to the Czech Republic And the show had originally been written it it. It was an adoption of another movie And the script had been written for East La and Switzerland and so because of tax credits We did it here. I mean we went to New Orleans at for L. A. And change the location to La. And then we went to the Czech Republic and that was great fun. Good time no no but but I but I got a new computer and I got. I got a smartphone. I got a new phone and I got a digital camera. Well I mean I'm looking at. It was two thousand six Bert. You're really I was slow. Slow where are you still using? Polaroid's what we do know one hour photo one hour photo I know and then half hour photo and then it would be like print never the younger and you go through in cartridges. Like a dozen a day and ridiculous and then I know I'm going to skip over to ask about the holiday dishonesty about the staircase murders. All I have was obsessed with that documentary and all of the little updates and everything. So did you get to meet Michael now. No he was imprisoned out so much I didn't know if he had any sort of like input or anything. No no in fact I think they walked on a little bit eggshells. I saw the documentary and I thought we're going to do a dramatized version of it because the documentaries pretty scary and really good but The documents are staircase murders happened.

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Running into debt: Argentinas new president

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Running into debt: Argentinas new president

"He won a decisive victory. In October's election be faces urgent economic problems. Argentina has inflation over fifty percent rising poverty and sputtering relationship with the International Monetary Fund which gave its biggest ever loan to the country last year. The new president has a high profile. Deputy no got been sick. Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirschner no relation. She is a former president from the parents movement movement whose populist policies hobbled the economy for years she also faces legal troubles accused of numerous corruption charges that she denies as the Fernandez duo take office. How will they govern some hope for pragmatism others? Fear more parents populism now that the two have named their cabinet habit picture is forming of how the new era might look the tablet. Looks like a mixture of how shall I put it back to the future and then then some new faces David Smith reports for the economist from Argentina most strikingly the Treasury minister. This is Martin Guzman and and this is very much a new face. A young economist coming home to Argentina from Columbia University in New York and a fellow who clearly believes that Argentina has to grow to return to recovery. I at home before this country can pay. Its its many debts abroad. And so aside from Mr Guzman who who's going to be in the cabinet whose whose noteworthy. Oh I think we have to look at a raft of appointments the clearly. Hi The influence of Christina fantastic. And in this cabinet you can see in major ministries in those posts. We are seeing very much members of live the loyal old God and how centers for her so if a lot of these appointees are. Let's call them old friends. I mean she is still under under indictment right a dvd these appoint appointees will essentially help her with the various legal trouble so I think there's an obvious move on the part of the new government onto and the new president. Alberto Fernandez made it very clear that he believes that Cristina Fernandez has been under political persecution along with others from her former government. Mont and one extremely significant Appointment Jason is that of Attorney General and the new attorney general is one color sunny a very very close aide to former President Cristina Fernandez de Gish Data and a man who only austere was in jail himself because he was under indictment amount for an alleged role in an alleged cover up of a deal that she is president signed with Iran. Back in two thousand thirteen eighteen and Zanini like Cristina Fernandez. They all deny the charges against them. So I think in the the makeup of this new government we have a fairly clear path for the former president and the people around her from that government to feel that they will not be going going to jail. So you say that these these all of these appointments point to a kind of as you say back to the future situation I mean what does that mean. Do you think for the economy. There's this looming. IMF math flown and some threat that it won't be paid for for some time. How do you think this government will deal with the economic mess Argentina? Well I think on the economic front we have to to see that about offend is. The new president is very much going to be taking charge of that one. And that's an important distinction here Jason. Because because clearly around him. He's building a team that is his and not necessarily loyal took Cristina Fernandez and therefore what we're seeing. There is very much the idea that Argentina understands that the new world order is is dramatically different and they have to think differently now. What I'm understanding is is that the new economic team is very much focused on growth at home in order to be able to pay its debts abroad? That's not a new argument. They will be used to that one however I think the the focus is not how we for example default remember this this comes through defaulted in two thousand one and the early period of the Kushner's was very much wedded to the idea of default. No I think this government onto saying that it wants to pay its debts. It wants to return to recovery. Eight is focused on how it can get that job done. The question is how much time will it need. And how long will it be able to keep the domestic crisis as it were in control. One of the arguments I'm hearing from the new economic economic team is the please you have to help us. Because we have to contain this crisis in terms of inflation in terms of rising unemployment in terms of poverty in terms of recession because the alternative potentially is the crisis on the streets. All I think there is a recognition that on the economic crisis. This government apparent is government has to show the world that is thinking anew and thinking differently about how to get out of

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"david smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"david smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tell me David Smith from Belmont Massachusetts Massachusetts it just so happened that I spent a good chunk of my youth and among because that's where my grandparents what we found it's a great I used to I I how long have you lived there about five years now five years well let me tell you a used to be even better well welcome to the show David you're gonna play our game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction bill what is David's topic the last of one species we'll know the classic endangered species the whooping cranes the panda bears the likable New York times columnist this week we heard about someone trying to save another group with dwindling numbers our panelists are gonna tell you about it pick the one who's telling the truth you'll win our prize the wait wait here of your choice on your voice mail you ready to do this yeah all right you're for story comes from Helen Hong there's a shocking trend happening in Korean parenting that not everyone is happy about it seems the Korean tiger mom is dying out apparently influenced by western culture and their own traumatic childhood experiences there's a new breed of kinder gentler Korean mom and it's unsettling these new moms are far less biting cutting and emotionally abusive than traditional Korean moms said one trend following Korean mom who requested anonymity for this story because she didn't want her own Korean mom to hear about it he is just as good as adding shockingly as long as she tries her best some moms have expressed acceptance of careers other than doctor or lawyer one Korean daughter even reported that when she brought home a non Korean boyfriend her mother did not fall to her knees and start beating her chats now what church group in in China is fighting against the trend holding Caribbean mom workshops the workshop include how to get your child to finish their plate while also calling in fact facial expressions which means an a minus is actually an **** and daily drills for comparing your child to other children who are more obedience.

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"david smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"david smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of the top finishers is David Smith junior he's a leader the second chief in the small remote community unlike most everyone an arctic village Smith believes oil development in the refuge would harm the caribou his people hunt and that's going to change our very lifestyle the reason we're here is for the Cariboo caribou are a primary source of food here more than that they're part of the tribes cultural identity two hundred thousand some caribou migrate past arctic village in other glitching communities every year Smith says the caribou herd allows the gwich'in to continue their traditional way of life I would say this is like no other place on earth so we shouldn't be treated like any other place on earth I can drive in any direction and Humphrey Lee I can drive in any direction and go trapping the main Kerr bill heard the gwich'in hunt is called the porcupine it commonly gives birth in the same part of the refuge we're drilling is now legal scientists say predicting exactly how drawing could affect the Cariboo is tricky near other oil developments Alaska's arctic calving caribou were able to shift their movements away from infrastructure but the calving area in the refuge is more hemmed in between a mountain range in the Arctic Ocean so some biologists worried the impacts could be greater in a moment of quiet during the carnival arctic village council member faith Kimmel bounces a relative's baby on her lap I'm pretty sure Kimmel says when Congress legalize drilling in the refuge in two thousand seventeen it shifted the ground beneath the question and galvanize them too it's put our tribe in the position of defense and we have to work hard higher than we've worked before to try to defeat and they keep fighting every way they can an effort that extends far beyond the small community which in advocates have forged a strong alliances with environmental groups and they travel to Washington DC to lobby members of Congress this has drawn ire from the many other Alaskans who support drilling in the refuge because oil is a huge part of the state's economy here's Alaska Republican congressman don young at a hearing in March I am tell you Mister chairman I want to believe that people nothing which and get there not the people he accused them of accepting money to protest and of stealing the national narrative from the Alaska native people who live in the refuge the new PS are closer to where drawing what happened and many of them do support it these are decades old arguments but is drilling moves closer to reality the edges of gotten sharper back an articulate longtime gwich'in activists there a James is not ready to say they've lost we're proud to be which and we're proud to be capable of people will we love our food we love who we are so we never gave up on that we'll never gonna ask surrender and it's true a lot can happen between now and when the oil rig show up in the refuge environmental groups could sue him as a presidential election coming up but the trump administration is moving fast it aims to let oil companies bid on land in the refuge by the end.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"david smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One of the top finishers is David Smith junior he's a leader the second chief in the small remote community unlike most everyone an arctic village Smith believes oil development in the refuge would harm the caribou his people hunt and that's gonna change are very lifestyle the reason we're here is for the Cariboo caribou are a primary source of food here more than that they're part of the tribes cultural identity two hundred thousand some caribou migrate past arctic village in other gwich'in communities every year Smith says the caribou herd allows the gwich'in to continue their traditional way of life I would say this is like no other place on earth so we shouldn't be treated like any other place on earth I can drive in any direction Humphrey Lee I can drive in any direction and go trapping the main Kerr bill heard the gwich'in hunt is called the porcupine it commonly gives birth in the same part of the refuge we're drilling is now legal scientists say predicting exactly how drawing could affect the Cariboo is tricky near other oil developments in Alaska's arctic calving caribou were able to shift their movements away from infrastructure but the calving area in the refuge is more hemmed in between a mountain range in the Arctic Ocean so some biologists worried the impacts could be greater in a moment of quiet during the carnival arctic village council member fifth Kimmel bounces a relative's baby on her lap I'm pretty sure Kimmel says when Congress legalize drilling in the refuge in two thousand seventeen it shifted the ground beneath the question and galvanize them too it's put our tribe in the position of defense and we have to work hard higher than we were before to try to defeat the and they keep fighting every way they can an effort that extends far beyond the small community which in advocates have forged a strong alliances with environmental groups and they travel to Washington DC to lobby members of Congress this has drawn ire from the many other Alaskans who support drilling in the refuge because oil is a huge part of the state's economy here's Alaska Republican congressman don young at a hearing in March I am to you Mister chairman I want to believe the people not the question gets are not the people he accused them of accepting money to protest and of stealing the national narrative from the Alaska native people who live in the refuge the new PS are closer to where drawing would happen and many of them do support it these are decades old arguments but is drooling moves closer to reality the edges of gotten sharper back an articulate longtime gwich'in activist Sara James is not ready to say they've lost where private peak which and we're proud to be capable of people will we love our food we love who we are so we never gave up on that will never gonna ask surrender and it's true a lot could happen between now and when the oil rig show up in the refuge environmental groups could sue them there's a presidential election coming up but the trump administration is moving fast it aims to let oil companies bid on land in the refuge by the end.

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