26 Burst results for "Dodson"

Defense Helps No. 19 Penn State Edge No. 12 Wisconsin 16-10

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Defense Helps No. 19 Penn State Edge No. 12 Wisconsin 16-10

"A pair of late interceptions allowed nineteenth right Penn state to secure a sixteen ten win over number twelve Wisconsin at Madison U. kwon brisker and Jerry Brown picked off Graham Mertz deep in Penn state territory in the final two and a half minutes Penn state coach James Franklin on the road it's a really good opponents twenty ranked opponent your kids will happen today no one came broke a ten ten tie with a two yard touchdown run with nine seventeen laughed John Dodson had a forty nine yard touchdown catch for Penn state and also set up Kane score with a forty two yard reception he finished with five receptions for one hundred two yards Penn state quarterback Sean Clifford was eighteen of thirty three for two hundred forty seven yards I'm the ferry

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"dodson" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Welcome to the black gunners podcast. I'm your host rain and are you mismatch comedy in your life basically showed us gonna keep it real. Tell you the struggles of the city life. And y'all it's just sometimes struggle issues. Through i mean that's all i can say when you follow into characters of this. Show dan and kevin. I'm talking about flatbush. Misdemeanors own showtime. And you know my thing about dan and kevin on this show is i feel like they're not making the right connections because they're officials out of water and flatbush brooklyn you know. They're not talking to the right. People don't have key players as xactly. When i'm saying is they don't know kristen dotson they might you know masters i'm telling measures where now i exactly but you know you hear over there. Beautiful laugh over the hagedorn. Kristen thank you for joining me. bob away. I'm so glad that you has invited me to come on here. I'm like super excited. I've actually been a huge fan of you guys. So we'll look. I appreciate it and don't let this be a your first and only time of course not please invite me back anytime but look speaking of the truth though before we get into flatbush Misdemeanors let me talk about some other projects. Gary you keep moving you got things going you did cartoon network's the shivering truth. Tell me about being in the animator. World always like that comparison. They're like when you go on a series and how that is an animation. I mean well for one animation you literally just roll out of bed so up in a you know. Just do your thing. I think now. I inside from that like the other difference especially doing animation like a cartoon if they allow you to can totally change your voice based off with the character there's just a little bit more Freedom in not having to worry about how you look your makeup or anything it's just lifting those words off the page

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Interview With Kristin Dodson of Flatbush Misdemeanors

Black Girl Nerds

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Kristin Dodson of Flatbush Misdemeanors

"Welcome to the black gunners podcast. I'm your host rain and are you mismatch comedy in your life basically showed us gonna keep it real. Tell you the struggles of the city life. And y'all it's just sometimes struggle issues. Through i mean that's all i can say when you follow into characters of this. Show dan and kevin. I'm talking about flatbush. Misdemeanors own showtime. And you know my thing about dan and kevin on this show is i feel like they're not making the right connections because they're officials out of water and flatbush brooklyn you know. They're not talking to the right. People don't have key players as xactly. When i'm saying is they don't know kristen dotson they might you know masters i'm telling measures where now i exactly but you know you hear over there. Beautiful laugh over the hagedorn. Kristen thank you for joining me. bob away. I'm so glad that you has invited me to come on here. I'm like super excited. I've actually been a huge fan of you guys. So we'll look. I appreciate it and don't let this be a your first and only time of course not please invite me back anytime but look speaking of the truth though before we get into flatbush Misdemeanors let me talk about some other projects. Gary you keep moving you got things going you did cartoon network's the shivering truth. Tell me about being in the animator. World always like that comparison. They're like when you go on a series and how that is an animation. I mean well for one animation you literally just roll out of bed so up in a you know. Just do your thing. I think now. I inside from that like the other difference especially doing animation like a cartoon if they allow you to can totally change your voice based off with the character there's just a little bit more Freedom in not having to worry about how you look your makeup or anything it's just lifting those words off the page

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"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I am going to go ahead and beat a dead artist. This is going down on celebrity boxing. I don't even know how I feel about this. What is it on? But what's, what's the promotion worth working Thursday? It's on celebrity boxing. But so what? I think it's a website or something. Yeah, be like like this is our God. Yeah yeah yeah. So and then also Peter Gunz is boxing. These guys singing Uptown maybe? Yeah yeah yeah. Peter guys like dead. Why is he by Dia Frampton? I was like almost feel bad cuz I don't know if I should feel bad by him, back order to him throwing punches and not just like China, be like Homer, killing a fly on somebody's chest. Yeah, hold on. I want to say if I can find the real Tarzan, who is the real Tarzan song? He's fighting Vitor Belfort that I can't Tarzan. It's like two ends, by the way Tarzan. But okay. So he tried to make himself unique wage. I have Julian's of money, I'm on the original Tarzan and the black stars and so it makes sense you out of the extra. And you know what I mean, we know why am I I don't, I know you don't know. I'm not really sure. I don't, I don't understand why it's going on. Guitars down and fighting people. He goes we're fighting for Animals. His name is Mike Paxton Vitor Belfort is fighting the real Tarzan. It's in June, it's on the same card as like some actual fights going on. There's actually some good friends. Also, do you like this week out of Sonia or Martin Victoria? I don't know, and I really, I want to Victoria DeWitt, but because he's just, here's my man. I want him to win because the fact that he's dumb as rocks and he's gonna want for it and throw a lot of punches. I'm not saying, like, he's like completely stupid, I'm saying like, he's just he's like, no, he's not throw all caution to the wind and just get it as close to it, as easy as possible. And to start bombing Iraq, what we expected for the old, Romero do that. So, and no one did it. So he's open the closer one to do it. And since she's going to be better and better conditioning, have a little bit more aggressive or zombie able to take them down to control that fight. That way our things that won't be like little more deciding factors that he's been taken away. This is the real Tarzan. I expected a black. Do with long hair? No, no, this is the off..

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"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Understand how people. Totally dominated. What would you say bill? And my frozen? Fuck. Hello. All right, I'm going to try to get everyone back on down your back. I can see when I'm still here. I'm still here. Yeah, yeah, okay. So you want to be honest with me, you don't understand. I understand how people are getting like, busy dominated by appearing on because the fact that what me, and if I was like, dog tired, I I didn't get no sleep. I was trying to stay up and I was like, all right. Cool. And I was like sleepy sleepy song. And I did,.

"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Of them, team GB Olympic team and like I said she's been out like just a second here right now so she's still recovering. Yeah. Yeah she I don't know. But I know she's going to buy and Taekwondo like she's just turned twenty-two on Saturday, so she's just coming back, but I know we'll see. Like, I'm happy for m&a. Bussola up to a job. I still just joined us. You made a face at her being twenty-two. Is that too young? He's only 25. I didn't make a face. My bowels making a face my phone off. Okay. Oh, what the hell? There you go. Yeah, I'm using scissors. And again now, John, how do you have you met Mason Jones before know John a big fine, big fine home. Thanks man, appreciate it off. You stupid amazing. So amazing, it's amazing as 10 and one he was a two-time cage, Warriors Champion. He's now one and one of the UFC I'm calling now to win. I don't care. He's also a pleasure to John, I go decals. Let's take a look somebody. Yeah, I know. But would you do, did you take long? I poke it was. Yeah, he was winning though. It seemed like this guy, I guess Alan, Patrick's not the guy wanted out of the fight like he was. Okay, you know, and the guy was, you know, there's a lot of fakers and like at the wage 35 Division. I mean, I'm just saying in the you'll see there's a lot of actors right now. So, by the way, so John. Says, one of my favorite fighters ever, you're a guy. You won The Ultimate Fighter, you kick ass. You gotta, you gotta fight coming up. Talk to me who you fighting where, when how can I watch it talk to me? I'm fighting on South Carolina, on a show called MMA. They brought me in to fight Cody Gibson. So I'm like, super excited about it because of the fact, I get to the point of making a face. I've been trying to go ahead and pay like horiguchi in for a minute, and I was a Kelly at. Let's go ahead and do this. Then that never happened because well, Japan just doesn't like Americans just yet. They they think coronavirus is a little bit too serious over here. So the person to fight back but we're saying how it goes. I'm going to go ahead and beat up somebody good now. Are you how's your weight? Sometimes you would get up to like one ninety two hundred pounds. Well, I get up to like a bid 168-172 age. It's like a splurge on a whole lot of pizza. And, you know, I got a real front turtle shell all the time, but but now you're good. Are you being smart about it? Yeah, being smart about it either way of making sure I can stay on task. I'm haven't, I.

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"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Like a great MMA trainer. Like he's actually trains a bunch of Fighters, a bunch of pros, and he owns a gym called fight science and I sent J more over there. He hits me up. I've seen a lot of Fighters over there. A little wrestlers, will hit me up like hey I need some rustling. I got a guy wrestling if he one guy. So that's the guy. He, he has like my guy, he's a really nice guy. So I tell him I say, hey, met him, I call him up, I said, listen, Jason, just got out of jail. He needs it. Kind of a fresh start, he needs. The gym, he just was in Orange County. Now, he has a couple of guys, he wants to train, no problem. So Jason like training there, the last three days, he's been coaching over there, he's been coaching, but the first day he goes to, like the pro practice such to help with like, with the pros. And he told me some guy, just walked in and got the wrong class. Like some rugby player never fought before next train before and decided to stay for the pro practice and Jason came in literally off the street. So Jason, like, has been in jail. He walks to a gym now met him Miller's coaching and he stays. And Jason was like, dude, the guy threw around half the kids and he didn't know what he's doing. He just literally, he like knew he's a rugby player, he was just throwing people, but he said he came back. He's like, yeah, this one guy came with the wrong practice and he had two black eyes, but he loves it and Jason. So he wants to stay, but he's like, he's not letting him stay unless he actually takes a class or town. Had just show up this on a Fight Club but that was just making me fucking laugh. It was hard. It was hard because you know yesterday I went to see it's been really hard not coaching like first of all I know I moved an hour and half from where I used to coach I don't know if I'm leaving to coach anyway cuz I got a kid takes me before it was like 45 minutes each way and I'm not getting paid much you know and so you know like twenty thirty bucks a session or something. It's just I don't like the the karma and spirituality about getting me out of fucking this crazy, part of Hollywood giving back, you know, there's a lot of reasons I do..

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Hamish Martin - The Secret Garden Edinburgh

Humans of Hospitality

08:43 min | 6 months ago

Hamish Martin - The Secret Garden Edinburgh

"Hamish maltin co founder of the secret herb garden and the secret garden distillery. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast today. I spent a time researching you yesterday. Hamish i fell in love with with you and your business. I even downloaded a copy of the secret garden book to listen to on audible when i'm driving up to scotland in some of this year so really looking for having a chat but before we get going where in the world you hamish. Well thank you I'm sitting currently in a study. An highest rebuild on sites which is secret have gone and to just outside edinburgh foot of the pentland hills Seven half acre have nasseri gotten. Wow it looks absolutely incredible another. I can say this. All of these podcasts lakes are used to go and do them all face to face and then covert came along. So i've had to learn to record remotely. But yet god i wanted to come and sit in that god. When i was looking at the pictures of online yesterday looks absolutely beautiful. So you are literally. i think. Probably obsesses world by by herbs and plants to the extent that i understand. You've grow six hundred of them yourself. So i thought maybe start with as you could just go through six hundred and let me know the attributes of now we went we do that. But that's that's quite impressive but it's hard to know where to start in many ways because you you've got a sharper distillery herb nursery revenge garden. You run events weddings so much more. But i i guess the backdrop to all of that is your love of plants. So if it's okay. We'll start there. And i'm just wondering when you decided you wanted a life changing you wanted. Your future to revolve around plants will win. Was that what was the trigger. That led you to sort of start. Studying tackles while i used to have back from another life. I used to have a a wine. Business in scotland colin variety which I started with my father. He cited possibly nineteen ago. But i'd already been the as. I love the wine trade because it was involved with the grapes in the growing. But i'd always had my loss of line. The small tiny piece land when i was twenty to stop growing always be addicted with hill running while swimming being was a while camping all that sort of debugging and all that sort of stuff But i i spent From ninety one to two years so computers at twelve years ago on a built in priority up and obviously supplying tiles and restaurants scotland and also down than With mine that i really sort of lost the soul of it Building business building a business and my real passion was in growing the plants. That is spending so much of my free time day and being outside and i thought you know what i don't change my lifetime Another will and actually went through a big change in my life at that point anyway and it was right on. I'm doing it and it was very big. Cutoff began Ended up selling in radicals. Now in morton's up here. And i retrained botanic gardens rob gardens edinburgh for two years and came home and i traveled quite a bit and worked with a Medicine management you call medicine man in north north america which doctor and south african to really understand thoughts. And it's not until you sit feed someday truly connected to From this and i had no idea where the path was going to take in any respect. All i knew was that i want to spend the rest of my life with hats. Specifically specifically hubs Any was a leap of faith To it but i'm not sure that you've announced your question but that but it i'd love it though. I love the fact that yeah that you do. Do you just sort of made that decision. It seems like a cooling and the more we hear about how much you can do with plants. I'm going to ask a medicine man in north america. That sounds fascinating. Wh what was involved. There is his his remarkable jensen nat Booth by trying to his. He's written some books action about the moments in my study. Here i is all about medicine will welcoming nature Basically it is hard school of of learning It's not sort of any books in words. It's more physical actions that side and understanding the communication that you can have with the outside world And it was. It's an ancient ancient System we've lost the connection in our modern world that actually is still very vibrant in in the community in the in the wildest Connection with nature and really was just to learn more about that so he very much taught me a lot more about the connection of nature and hides commune with nature and the rich dodson. South africa was phenomenal. Man he was all about how to what the policy was. Just specifically hub in a medicine with lawns And that's what i'd studied. And i grow hers but i don't grow herbs. I grow because of a lot of people think especially in the hospital. They hobbs a nice culinary aromatic plants and yet actually good for nature definition of a hub for me is its medicinal full. Stop so when you look at plants says medicinal you look at our own indigenous plants. That means chick we ground other than the line oak. Alda it means opens the door to every indigent in a wild plants even more so my hope my whole path has been to aim for more information and what with the medicinal on medicinal level. Sounds incredible i. I would love that adventure. I've just at this. I think i did an interview with somebody on on mushrooms and had no idea about the sort of the the my caelian underground the ground and how connected everything is and then that took me down the rabbit hole of trees and i just read a book called over story of you heard of that one. I haven't what what what. What was this a fiction book. It's fundamentally about. I suppose how. How the growth of trees put the sort of the the context of our time on earth and generations in context. But i just find a amazing how connected nature is so. Yeah i think i would. I would love to go on on that sort of adventure journey was. Was there any key things you learn from either of those two guys that really stands so sticks in your memory that may be reaffirmed that decision for you to have that sort of life change anything that really jumped out and you went. Wow that's incredible. I'm so glad. I'm on this adventure. Two things to one. You have two quite deep yourself And secondly is making sure that you on following any rules any rules any any known. Science rules excetera is all about the key. Word is imagination able to unlock the opportunity. I find it quite. I find science by straight yet. We live in a world now where we can't move because signs sector. Don't get me wrong. I believe in living in a balanced life taking sides and taking pods and somewhere in between is is is a balanced This science that we talk about entire nine science knows. Trees communicate together Is this this brand new science. No it's not in our. This has been known by indigenous peoples for millenniums. You know we're just very backward when it comes to We think brilliant on science but actually when it comes to that in the communication that happens. It's not just underneath the solar trees the helping to feed one another one's ill communication with the russians in. This always happens on plants as well you know. There is a communication plots. I'm not wearing assigned was not meant to be told there is an indication of vibration happens on a rock on a on a in the waters in the trees in the flies. It's all around us. It's a thin bail just to be able to then have a look underneath and then have that communication with it so i find that bit about science. I'm reading a beautiful book at the moment job and chat about how science is not catching up with all the sort of in a in a watkins of trees and how they work in the family unit etcetera etcetera. But that's been known for a very very very very long time

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"dodson" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

03:34 min | 8 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

"Airplane's on autopilot. You're having a great conversation. You're checking the instruments every now and then but basically you just forget something really simple because the workload is so low. Well what do those two things have in common. What do those two events have in common. They are different points on the yorkies dodgson curve if you look at our At the diagram in the show. Notes our webpage. You'll see what we call the yerkes dutch and curve and you'll see that when the workload is very low. Your performance is very low. Very poor so here you had a very low workload airplane's on autopilot. You're crossing the atlantic. There's nothing to do other than talk about the the normal things that pilots talk about sex money politics but nothing very much else to do now if an engineered fail at around that point your performance would increase dramatically. You would probably do a really great job but because there was nothing to do. Your performance was very poor. You missed something that you only had to do. Every couple of minutes and that is to take a reading on your latitude and longitude and then put a mark on the map. And that's because you're at the low end of the yorkies dots curve. Which is the left side of that curve. Low low stress level low performance. Now let's look at when you are doing that engine failure on your proficiency check and you're already proficient now and the illusion engine right after takeoff and you hold your heading perfectly. You hold your airspeed perfectly. You clean up the airplane perfectly. You're much much higher level of stress. And you're also at a much higher level of performance. You're basically at the top of that curve. The yorkies dodson curve. Now if the stress level were increase even more on that engine failure profile where you suddenly had severe vibration and a fire alarm and something else that would get your attention. You may fall off that curve. You may go over the far end of that peak and star degrading dramatically. You know the yorkies dodson curve. Looks awful lot like your lift curve at the very top. That's where you're at a critical angle of attack. And then once you pass the lift falls off dramatically and that's the way it is with your performance when you get to the sweet spot on the yerkes dodson curve your optimally performing but if you have any higher stress then that your performance will fall off dramatically. Well i just wanna make you aware of that curve and you can read about it in the show notes and you'll see that that will affect you many times during your flying career. And now what do you do about it. When you're the captain on the triple seven now flying across the ocean and you're at thirty west and you're about to forget to make a position report. Well i don't know what you do. It's very difficult to stay. Totally engage when the stress level is very very low. So you need to start thinking about things. You'll put in your bag of tricks to make sure that when you have all the automation working that you can stay. Totally focused and engaged..

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"dodson" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

02:46 min | 8 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

"Learning to fly at some point in your career. You're going to be getting probably getting an instrument rating and a multi engine rating and After you've at you mastered basic instruments. You can hold your heading your air. Speed your altitude at some point..

"dodson" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"dodson" Discussed on Food Psych

"Let's go to my conversation with diana dodson so tell me about your relationship with food. Growing up relationship with food. Growing up is a big question. So i am biracial. My dad was black and my mom's along and actually grow my dad my stepdad. Who also was black. So food was always late. Sophie tinge From georgia and my mom's really happy to make that kind of food and then like we have like our celebrations food so there were these gloaming of dishes the dishes that mom would make every now and again like it wasn't an every night sort of thing but like there were always really solid retiree. These were the things. Were really like pleasurable to not just e but like also whole finger around. It wasn't just like abuse dinner on saturday. It was a. We're gonna have this to foul or or we're gonna have pence it. You know it was something special and it was something exciting and so like to sit with my mom like help to do whatever might experience child hands to do. Like was always really fun but my mom was somebody who was a dieter. Dr and i didn't actually ever directly receive challenges about my eating habits or my body from my mother. These came like subliminally in some ways watching her do the things that she was doing and also from other people who would make comments about my body being larger audience because i always been a larger body person and so my mom would buy snacks for us because late. She works really long hours. And we come home from school. Won't be real achy. Kids me and my sister and we've got ourselves into the house as she liked to have snacks food for us so that we could have something to eat on came home from school. I was nineteen eighty so this is like the late eighties early nineties. Where like at free low fat stuff was really sorry to be a big deal and so i remember he was so into buying this free stuff and lyric terrible terrible things to eat. You know his. I now know that is the thing that tends to give something flavor and unfortunately something's fat they tend you know the manufacturers tend to make up with it other just junk and that's just not as tasty so i would be eating something like mike snack wells cookies up a brand that was like known for being like low fat and they were just like the texture crappy and they tasted not great. But like you would eat it because most is all that is available. You know and it's not like we were rolling in dough or that. We had like food flowing our cabinets because we were pretty much hands mouth poverty situation growing up so you know you add thankful for what you and yeah just really sucked because i remember wanting good things and going instinct mike friends and just like loving it. Just loving staying right at friend's places because there didn't have.

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Miami - Florida teachers opposed to returning to classroom win lawsuit

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Florida teachers opposed to returning to classroom win lawsuit

"Teachers are celebrating an important win in court. You say Radio's John Hurt, has details. Florida teachers worried about returning to the classroom during the Corona virus pandemic won a legal battle with Governor Rhonda sentenced who wants to reopen schools by the end of this month, declaring that the state essentially ignored the requirement for school safety by insisting teachers resume in person. EDUCATION. Leon County Judge Charles Dodson ruled in favor of the Florida Education Associations lawsuit, the Department of Education's Order, which was issued July, 6th overrode local school boards rights to operate their own schools, according to Dotson. Dotson also noted that after Hillsborough County on the advice of local health expert voted this month to delay reopening for four weeks, it was threatened with the loss of $23 million in monthly state aid by Education Commissioner Richard Cochran.

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Florida Judge Rules State Order Requiring Schools To Reopen 'Unconstitutional'

America's First News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Judge Rules State Order Requiring Schools To Reopen 'Unconstitutional'

"Not possible. I should say scientists still warning and health officials to that little is known about the virus in Children. Because of that judge in Florida has ruled that schools don't have to reopen, saying it's unconstitutional. The order Circuit Judge Charles Dodson, writing his decision that Irreparable harm would be caused if schools were open on a date set by state officials writing school should quote reopened when the local decision makers determine its safe to do so, upon advice of medical experts. Not because of ah,

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Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

"Last students and teachers head back to the classroom. We wait on a ruling from a judge in Tallahassee that may have a big impact on how and when school's Khun Reopen in Florida state's largest teachers union is suing to keep building's closed until the covert positivity rate drops below. 5% attorneys wrapped up several days of hearings this past Friday. FAA attorney Billy Wilder mitigation tactics haven't been mentioned that includes training over contact tracing Robber Ventilation air filters cleaning. A ruling from Judge Charles Dodson is expected some time this week. But regardless and appeal will likely follow.

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UFC 252 Round-Up

The Corner

05:22 min | 1 year ago

UFC 252 Round-Up

"We are talking and may more specifically talking about the UFC and UFC two, fifty two which just happened over this past weekend. dray looked it looked good on paper for the main card right. And I was like, okay, we got a nice little main card. Overall. I really thought it. disappointed. A. Wasn't. It wasn't it was some weird circumstance. Is Not, the fighters falls yes. It's not like they all wanted or tried to go to decisions or anything, but some sheet happened that made it kind of weak. So I will talk about John Dodson. Showing up in doing nothing. Mood he's gun shy told you these headed someone's wrong sums? Are you gotTa drop the weight? You know it's not it's admit this is mental. This is a one hundred percent mental Dj Rodham, his soul Shang soon them he probably I think. So something happened because remember when Dawson arrived on the scene like he knocked out Tj dillashaw the magic man, but he was everywhere. Hands hit bricks for hands fast as hell you couldn't take them down. Like he was easily the number one number two, the fastest fighter in division. Easy. Maybe the entire UFC. But now it's like he's completely gunshot. And visibility. Didn't he just? Fuck this, he had so much fun beating up on John Dasa just like tossing him around. I don't know who John Dyson it's over this drop the weight it won't matter if you don't let your hands go. Yeah. Morale was having a blast Murrah was in his quarter just like that's easy lay. This is mile in after the fight through the headdress back on he just didn't care and do we both picked us and I can't remember I definitely did. White I feel terrible and morale is going to be a problem at bantamweight. He's. If. He continues fighting like this. The way he's you know just out wrestling guys like he's on a nice little fight he streaked. Yeah and he was able to out strike Dotson granted Dotson tried too much to to throw hands I. Don't I don't know what the game plan is for Dotson Eurofighter anymore like why watch them fight I go to the Jimmy Rivera finally what's what's cleaning I? Don't think there is one. Rob. is on a firefight winning streak last lost. What's to Ricky Simon Smoke. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense. Okay I. Remember there was a submission. So young has buzzer. By the way you might have won that fight yet move rob has been dominant these past few fights but this the dots performance impressive. I. Think he could be a problem but I put more of the blame on John Dasa because something mental is going on with this man is not up to his capability. Yet Very Weird I. Can't call it he needs a sports psychologist. He's recapture some late when you don't even try to let the hands go. That's when you got a problem. So next fight, Herbert, Burns versus Daniel. Pineda this is where you are right and I was wrong. A feeling this and like this. I I don't know another weird fight because I think burns was just dominated from the jump. Eight just he didn't seem to have it this night. No. Cash wait forty, five, I don't. I can't. Blame it on but. The elbows came down and it was a rap so. Whichever I mean yeah I mean. Significant strikes. Ten. For burned. Fifty, seven for opinion. Yeah. I mean like it'll be like this but I kind. Win this fight, but that's wild and that was in dominant fashion. Then we go to the next night jd s versus Rosen struck. and. Bump you know super buff. Different, body. Mustached. GPS. Didn't help him because he got rocked. And slumped on cage. So the thing about Rosen's struck is what I've noticed now is yeah. Okay. Everybody's GonNa lose the Francis in God like if you rush Francis and got gotTa, you're going to lose that's what's going to happen. So this fight, he was a little bit more patient picked spots really didn't do a lot in the first round. Waiting for eighty s kind of open up getting a little bit more comfortable like ease up on the guard and he's just let it has put away. But this division. I don't want to say that there's like a huge gap is not a valid Musa Tanko gap. That's we're going to call that gap that's shift that's it is absurd. Touching her, but it's a pretty significant gap in skill after steeping. DC's probably gone. I don't know skill wise because. Roy, as he is. With all the raw power, he's still a role as an enemy fighter. Roses stroke is a raw power like the striking's there but. What happens with Steve puts him on his back. And clearly debate Baker Take Punch. So I don't I don't know who's who's going to be a problem for steep A. At this juncture, we'll talk about it in a little bit because even though I think in God who's going to be better if they have another fight. I can't. Skill wise. It's different levels of this shit.

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Parenting in a Pandemic | Susan Kaiser Greenland

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Parenting in a Pandemic | Susan Kaiser Greenland

"Our guest. This week is Susan Kaiser Greenland She's a former hard charging corporate lawyer. Who transformed herself through a lot of very deep meditative training and a lot of hard work into one of the best known most qualified experts in the world. When it comes to teaching meditation to kids teenagers and parents she wrote a whole book about this called Mindful Games Which is filled with all sorts of practical meditation tips for Kids and parents and we go. We dive very deeply in into those practical tips. Here this person is a font of wisdom. She has the ability as you're about to hear to get super practical about techniques for teaching meditation to kids at all sorts of different ages from very young kids two teenagers. And these are meditation techniques. That can be done sort of formally and informally same with parents formal and informal practices. She also has thoughts about how to work with kids who have. Adhd and thoughts about how parents can deal more successfully with one another while. We're on this kind of locked down here But beyond the practicality she also has a ability to kind of transcend the details and talking in I think deeply fascinating and useful ways about this moment in human history One final thing to say before we dive in just a quick audio note here in the name of social distancing. I'm now recording from home and I don't yet have all the systems up and running to do so at the highest quality so in this interview. You're going to hear that my audio is not perfect. It's totally you can hear it It's just not going to be as good as it normally is Because we usually record in a studio Susan however happily has a a big fancy? Mike so she she sounds great and I promised. We're going to get better at this as we go. So thank you for your forbearance and here we go. Here's Susan Kaiser Greenland. I don't think in my lifetime. I have ever seen a situation quite extreme that pertains to families across the board but I think that provides both challenge in an opportunity. You know. I'm not gonNA pretend that this is a good thing. I'm not gonNA pretend that it's not gonna be very very difficult for families to navigate for anyone of a of a hundred reasons that we could go through but I think that this is something for those of us who have been meditating. Have in some ways been preparing for on the cushion for as long as we sat on the question or for those of us who practice mindfulness in the Dropping brief moments of awareness throughout the day. That's also been excellent practice with us because the challenge that we have is to contain anxiety our own and that of those around us and the opportunity we have is to put into practice in a very concrete way these themes in these principles and these methods that come from classical contempt of training that are intended to do exactly what we need right now which is to become aware notice when our nervous systems are are ratcheting up a little bit and get a little bit overly up regulated and to integrate real world strategies that we know that in mindfulness based awareness based that helped to down regulate our nervous system. Because what happens is when we are up regulated a little bit too much There's something called an arousal curve. And we need a certain amount of nervous system regulation to be up at the top of that curve and then were open receptive ready to learn and that amount of nervous system regulation. We need to get up. There varies depending on the person and varies depending on the day per person but if we get a little bit overly regulated then what happens is we slipped down on either side of that curve. We either slipped down into the fighter flight mode which is something. We're very familiar with sane. When kids with parents start getting snapped and agitated or we slip into the other mode which is freeze where kids start withdrawing nine or sometimes they look defiant and we see you know especially teenagers. We'll see a behavior in them that we think is defined but actually is really just over well so these. Mindfulness Bay strategies are an opportunity for us to implement compassionate in wise responses to the nervous democratization. That was seen not just in our kids but also in ourselves and also at the grocery store with our partners or With professional colleagues. Okay have you. Million questions will first of all my primary response to what you said is the really grateful to you for coming on. Because I think you're going to help a lot of people by doing this and I. I happen to know they've got a lot of incoming right now. Terms of requests for. Help so very grateful for you to you for making time at this time I wanNA make a too little comments to amplify some of the things you just said that. I WANNA pivot to question. One of the things you talked about. Is the opportunity we have at this moment at and I liked it. You didn't try to sugar coat. It this is a difficult moment. It reminded me of something. I heard The Meditation teacher or in so I said the other day when we were doing live guided meditation this new initiative. We've launched called ten percent happier lives. Were doing every weekday and were in was quoting another great meditation teacher. Very famous Han We talked about sort of the viral nature of anxiety that a compared he compared it to a bunch of people in a boat navigating through storm and if just one person on that boat can stay calm that can spread and that really is applicable to the family right now and then the other thing you talked about is this sort of anxiety curve We did a podcast the other day with an anxiety expert at Harvard in Luanda Marquez. Who is talking about something called? The York's Dodson law which is this curve. Basically her point is anxiety is adaptive we need it to a certain extent and the right amount anxiety gets you to the top of the curve where you're optimally engaged with the world dealing with the problems but too much and you get into a panic or overwhelmed too little you get into denial and lethargy so. I really appreciate Everything he said in that in that opening a answer so now let me give it to the question. Which is I suspect. A lot of people listening to this especially the parents are thinking okay. That sounds great. How do I actually do that? Especially now when I? My kids are just at all attached to my hip at every moment of every day. Yeah well it's never been more important to be able to practice this idea of dropping brief moments of awareness into what you're already doing throughout your day so there's a general principle for the mindfulness based practices all of them now but most of them that are used to down regulate and there are some that are used to up regulate. But I doubt that we're really going to need those right now. So let's stick with Don -regulation once and the idea. The Down Regulation Stat strategies is that we become aware cause remember awareness is key awareness is the is the starting gate for mindfulness and meditation practices. And once you're aware of something your relationship to it will change. Awareness doesn't get rid of things but it does change your relationship to things.

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Kansas loses Azubuike to injury in win at K-State

CBS Sports Radio

00:07 sec | 1 year ago

Kansas loses Azubuike to injury in win at K-State

"Number one Kansas avoided the upset getting by K. state sixty two fifty eight in the rematch of the brawl game von Dodson with twenty

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"dodson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"dodson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John **** this is the John Dodson shows offline look a scholar the author of this five changed since it was a witness to history at a dinner in Cambridge February of twenty fourteen February of twenty fourteen quickly now the dates in April of twenty fourteen the Obama administration makes a decision to fire general Flynn from the defense intelligence agency for cost general Flynn is now retired from the US army in our that is twenty fourteen we now go to the events of twenty fifteen because they're going to become important in our telling spent a lot of our you go on about your scholarship and you're not involved in any fashion with general Flynn or with any of the people at the dinner that night but you do know staff and help her who is Stephan helper in twenty fifteen to you who is VTech Cambridge university size seven hall part if somebody who was a member old Cambridge intelligence seven I'm on the campus intelligence seminar of which I was also a member Wallis centavos prophetically stranger who the eminent historian of intelligence in order for graduate students to exchange research ideas between themselves and then they had other contaminants you know visiting the seminar on several hall for the member of that which means that it and we used to meet every week in a small room in Cambridge just to show documents around discuss our research every Friday night at five o'clock and seven Paul per is always there every week unit and somehow I knew with somebody who was always around every week but if somebody did that I never extinctions two warp which is very strange because it was a very small group because every time that for example I would present my findings from the archive he would make sure to you know be falling asleep and small allowed live because intimidating and things like blood zero it's when he wakes up to this with somebody who is this strange American old man who are in the states have hatreds Ferguson and therefore submitted that you know it was sort of a fixture within the Cambridge academic circles but somebody that maybe they like but the rumor was that he was very wealthy that he was the son in law of a former senior CIA person cold ray client and therefore people sort of all are rated him because he was that people were for a dose because if he was wealthy and nobody wants to get near it all right general Flynn in general Flynn his now laugh the Obama administration and in the summer of twenty fifteen they're different dates general Flynn speaks with the major Republican candidates he stops being a lifelong Democrat and becomes a Republican and general Flynn has said as much in interviews that he was looking to participate in a way of reorganizing what he thought was what was wrong with Washington a KA the swamp is what we've come to you a way to describe general Flynn son happen is this is this summer of twenty fifteen I have a date August of twenty fifteen when general Flynn first met candidate Donald Trump who would enter the race in June of twenty fifteen general Flynn also talked to other significant Republican candidates but he chose Donald Trump eventually as the person he wanted to work for importantly in the summer of twenty fifteen seven helper who spent a lot of has just introduced writes a proposal about general Flynn any right to to the office of net assessment what is that proposals that lan so office of net assessment is a division of Pentagon which is possible ways assessing threats of estimating the United States and they allocate contract the various people to write research and there was this unusual activated this annual contract that was given to staff and haul par for significant amount of money that was discovered by a real with the Bloor and later picked up on by ten to Grassley who wants to investigate it and we find out that in September two thousand fifteen Pentagon approved a very large state as a writer at large payments at two seven hall park is referred to as this academic in Cambridge and yet they pay him over two hundred thousand and one is the contract to do what is his mission said well because I spent two days to do a Russia China securities that body but they orbits of that find that the contract was in reading what don what it was meant to do so for example he hopping didn't travel to Russia but with the unit spasm hall par is trying to speak through Russian intelligence former US intelligence officer and bad if you put that together with other information we begin to realize that the that they're trying to do our job gentle flame because Jennison previously when he was working for the Obama administration mad with Russian intelligence officers but that was because they were fighting terrorism together I'm sorry it appears from the contract that these is designed to Jurica general Flynn as V. if he has a connection with Russian because he is and one of the motives might be the general Flynn is now being entertained by Republican candidates for the presidency in twenty sixteen quickly step on it will just flag the general plan is invited to Moscow in December of twenty fifteen he attends he's paid for this is a private citizen is famously or infamously seated at a table with Vladimir Putin and other dignitaries are in the room is Stephan helper in Moscow in December of twenty fifteen does he attend that luncheon not but he does not have had lunch and we not a day that day the defense intelligence agents is a despite the fact that Dan fans retired from it they keep his high level security clearance and they encourage him to go in the shade I am a brief him afterwards which leads us to believe that day a one to ten of slam to go to Moscow and to may th residents owns offices to discuss further they cooperate we have to update to fix dates February of twenty fourteen general Flynn at the master Pembroke College is dinner with fat Lana look over and other significant players Richard Gere love of MI six Christopher and of Cambridge university man named bill foster who will introduce and the second date December of twenty fifteen where Michael Flynn is in Moscow when we continue I'm John Batchelor was fifth line of the cover this is the John bass a.

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"dodson" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That's the hardest working neck and Hollywood right now. Reminder that dude Antoine Dodson was the name from. From the from the Hydrocare side, you wipe out here. Well. Out here. Rape men people. Oh, I'm not even making fun of mine. I love that commercial, man. I love this meeting. Mike and Rhonda. It's time for a new house. I love that Marlin legged sixteen year old girls, dad. Can I get a car this year? Marne and he's got expressions to mar knows how to work the camera look at working on. He got like fifteen seconds. You've got a one. Yeah. And at the beginning when his wife is talking like, he just keeps doing I know. I know like I was speaking expected like the woman was playing why did you like what the fuck is wrong? Later on these like, this guy is just doing allows us. Liz. Martin he he'd had no lousy beginning. He had he stole the scene from her the whole time. Yep. I. I know. I love it. Plus, save thousands. We'll find the league got off the kids out of the house. Tell me about. He's almost like. He wore himself out before it got to the Neva. This commercial gets a high full price. I'll love it. They've made a mean out of that that, but right there that a kazaa puts up someone they say some stupid Kamaruddin, bud. Thank you wrong. Yeah. I love it, man. I love it. I ain't making fun of Martin at all I end this. I'm Corey Coleman out prowl endorse. That message. I lots of I support my man. Mortgage for whatever. Oh, let me see good times. Kids. Hide your wife..

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"dodson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on KTOK

"And then Dodson's health foods, and then also Dr Patrick Ellis down there and Taylor's herbs overall Forty-six MacArthur. I'm holding my three day trial right here. I've got my little ultra Kerr packet. I by the full bottles myself, but I keep these little packets on hand. So I can give them out to anybody who's experiencing symptoms that I think that ultra Kerr would be helpful in this is a game changer. Adam thank you so much. We'll talk to you next week. Josh, thank you so much. We'll talk to you next week. Continuing with the theme of weight loss, January Ari Whitten joins us, can you lose weight on high carbs? We'll talk about it on super health. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? Sandy west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start back in one thousand nine hundred fifty or gene. Autry Rudolph the red nosed reindeer based on the children's book written in nineteen thirty nine. It's number one on the billboard singles charts this week in nineteen sixty three drummer Charlie watts joins the Rolling Stones after leaving blues incorporated and his job working as a graphic designer this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy during a UK tour Led Zeppelin appeared at the world Albert Hall in London. It was the night of Jimmy Page's twenty-six birthday in attendance, John Lennon, Eric Clapton. Jeff Beck and others the two and a quarter percent was recorded and filmed but shelved for several decades. Eventually seeing a release on a two thousand three DVD this week in nineteen eighty Pink Floyd releases another brick in the wall part two in the US the single peaked at number one on both the US and UK charts giving Pink Floyd their first and only number one hit the single went to number one in many other countries, including Australia germ. Germany and Italy this week in one thousand nine hundred seven David Bowie's fiftieth birthday bash takes place at Madison Square Garden in the.

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"dodson" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"I know there was some people were a little skeptical of him when he took over ES certainly proven. He knows what he's doing. Hey, before we move on a little bit one of the thing. And you talked about this when it kind of popped up on social media. It was the clip about JIMBO Fisher in grabbing the facemask, but one of his players would you think when you saw it? I might be a little too middle ground here, like it's not good. I don't think you can be doing that in two thousand eighteen. I don't think he can be grabbing your player by the helmet as forcefully as he did, but I'm also not like ready to fire the guy over. Yeah, I got mitt. When I saw that this would be maybe the only time in the history of this podcast while reference will when I played. But I remember when I don't know, it's probably this is training camp kind of. Time of the year. I remember having somebody to grab the coach round my face mask and kinda yank on it. I didn't. You know what? It's like. It's embarrassing. It doesn't hurt. It just kind of is a, I don't get your attention. And personally, I, I thought, I hope this doesn't blow into a bigger deal, but it did no. Like, like you said, I don't think this is a great look for JIMBO Fisher. I think it's something people look and go, well, are you? Are you treating your players with respect? I've seen a lot of players who played at really high levels of football who are very critical of this both yesterday and and earlier today, I, it should be noted that Terrell Dodson the linebacker at Texas am didn't take issue with what went to social media to say that I'm gonna read you a booger McFarland former LSU tiger and NFL player. When I grew up, this was normal football, however, times of change, and just as rules of the game have evolved so has how you treat players, rod, Maryland, Rodman alley, great d line coach in the NFL now is one of the toughest most demanding coaches on earth. He does it without touching players be better JIMBO. You're paid to be the. I mean, I think he's, he's got a point, I mean, and you mentioned that this happened to you and it was in practice. Use state distinguish at all between that doing it in a stadium in front of eighty thousand people on TV where the cameras are gonna capture it forever. I mean, I think whether the guy whether the player had a problem with it or not, there's just not acceptance these days for anything that's demeaning of a player. Now I'm not in any way equating these two things. 'cause the Maryland situation was much much worse, but the investigation, they're entering the toxic cultures, I guess, wrapping up the Washington Post reported it, it sounds like they, they came away with a lot of the same findings that ESPN store. He did again, there's nothing in there of all the things that have been reported. There is nothing that you would say is like not not hit a player, nobody. There's nothing constitute like physical abuse. It's just a lot of really demeaning emotionally manipulative behaviour that I'm sure a lot of football players are extra player. Ex-coach's would read and go, that's football, but he's going to get fired over it. I don't know what's gonna. What's how that's gonna play out..

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"dodson" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on The Corner

"That's true. I forgot this is this is a good card. So let's talk about all right. You know what will start Rivera John Dodson with for predictions. This is a tough fight to pick. I'm going to go with Jimmy Rivera. And I Don, but I think Rivera bounces back. I'm picking Dustin here. Never loses why decisions. He's always in the fight. I don't know if Jimmy of-of Eric deal with his speed. That's my biggest concern. With Thomas Mehta, Tommy. John. Okay. Like like John Duston, he's hard to take down. Again when he loses Feis who's very narrow decision, really good strikers like Marlon race. For instance. Split decisions? Yeah, he loses very, but I kind of think that that's gonna pull this one out. I think he's just gonna strike Rivera Rivera's going Rivera's able to put him on his back, which he can't do. It'll be interesting to see if in keeping their, but I'm picking John by this season. Alright. So we're going in that fight sterling versus Cody cement. Out algebra this, right? I'm taking. Like codex was like a great striker like knocked up in Harlem writers. Great record. A little inflate. The caraway win was big. Yeah, yeah, that was that was big and surprising. But I'm saying I'm looking at this and I'm just saying like Aljaz he's a much better rep when when l. get you on the ground grappling, he's tough to beat picking out. It's a whole different world call us spars a, I is Tatyana Suarez. I'm picking Suarez. I think Suarez is going to be a champion in that patient. I know she doesn't have a lot of experience. She's still kind of fresh off the ultimate fighter and all like her grappling level and her size for that division is I'm Kenny. She could be the of that. Well, I think he already is innocence. I mean, this is the women who thinks she just doesn't have fights. So I. Appalled statement due to the lack of experience. I wouldn't say that like the deputy division Soir as her native ability to wrestle first foremost, I think he won Browns and like a world championship. I can't remember which one, but But then. then. Browns. Okay. Yeah. So you look at grappling against Grasso wishing she wasn't a wrestler grappler. So she's learned already how to transition for wrestling grappling submission masters? Well, Carlos part is going to be a tough test 'cause he's a wrestler, but I don't like Suarez assizes. I think it's gonna be a little bit too much cookie. Monster's picks, whereas finisher, but I wouldn't be surprised. I think she finishes her Carla once again, Carla as a striker. I'm not sure if she can give sores enough problems to keep her off and it goes to the ground. I think Suarez wins every scrap. So that that's going to be tough Carla out the sign versus Nico price..

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"dodson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Ben Dodson is a data scientist at mocks. Ben welcome to software engineering, daily things. Just great to be here. This conversation is going to be about a specific machine learning use case, and I think it's gonna be a great example for why machine learning is so broadly applicable because this is an application of machine learning to improve another area of software engineering, which is video encoding. So in order to get to the machine learning part, we need to start with that topic. The video encoding subject. What is video encoding? So video is basically when you take a source video and you decide to encode it at a long bit rate ladder. So usually the raw file of videos, huge can be hundreds of gigabytes, doesn't make sense to stream that to client because of just, you know, you'd have rebuffing for hours essentially, right? So a process, the many dreams. I sous something called trans coding in which you encode video down to lower bit rates. Let's say like one megabit to megabits three megabits streams in which your inner connection could actually handle that size of video in order to do that goes through some sort of compression algorithm. So that's what you hear know when people talk about h. two six, four or the AB wideness of this new compression technologies coming out in a few years. They're compressing down video to more manageable size and putting that in with it's called manifest for you to choose sort of appropriate size file that your bandwidth internet connection can handle. And so how you decide to encode in coding law different settings than go into cutting in how you decide to including can have big tax on type of quality that that you see in coding is a type of compression in. We're not talking about a compression like a zip. Compression where you can't read the file without decompressing it. This is a type of compression like MP3. compression versus a wave file like this is like a law see format versus a loss Luis format where you can actually play back the file. You can read the file, but it is a slightly degraded format. And the reason you want to do that with video files. Video files are tremendously large, and depending on what kind of device the user is using, depending on what the connection the user has, depending maybe on the screen size, you want to use a different encoding mechanism that is customized for the user in the given user's context. Is that accurate? Yes, yeah. Okay. So with an audio file, my source audio gets compressed into either MP three or wave or af. And in these video files, it's. Getting compressed into two different files. It's not different file formats though. Right? It's just different bit rates of the same format, right? It's all still the same format. It's just that the bit rate basically determines how much information gets processed for each frame. So you have essentially a set number of bits that you can allocate, let's say to each frame. So for high bit rates, you can put a lot of the the details in the motion will be in there for as for the lower bit rates you have to do more with less than so depending on how good the compression algorithm you're using, you might be able to get away with that down too early low bit rates, but also depends very much on sort the content of the video that you're looking at, which is where park idle and coding kind of comes into play, right? We will get into that, but we're doing that for a second. If we're just talking about broad encoding mechanism. So if I'm streaming video from my home. Home connection and be. I've got a t. one connection and I've got super high bandwidth, high-performance network.

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"dodson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Ben Dodson is a data scientist at mocks. Ben welcome to software engineering, daily things. Just great to be here. This conversation is going to be about a specific machine learning use case, and I think it's gonna be a great example for why machine learning is so broadly applicable because this is an application of machine learning to improve another area of software engineering, which is video encoding. So in order to get to the machine learning part, we need to start with that topic. The video encoding subject. What is video encoding? So video is basically when you take a source video and you decide to encode it at a long bit rate ladder. So usually the raw file of videos, huge can be hundreds of gigabytes, doesn't make sense to stream that to client because of just, you know, you'd have rebuffing for hours essentially, right? So a process, the many dreams. I sous something called trans coding in which you encode video down to lower bit rates. Let's say like one megabit to megabits three megabits streams in which your inner connection could actually handle that size of video in order to do that goes through some sort of compression algorithm. So that's what you hear know when people talk about h. two six, four or the AB wideness of this new compression technologies coming out in a few years. They're compressing down video to more manageable size and putting that in with it's called manifest for you to choose sort of appropriate size file that your bandwidth internet connection can handle. And so how you decide to encode in coding law different settings than go into cutting in how you decide to including can have big tax on type of quality that that you see in coding is a type of compression in. We're not talking about a compression like a zip. Compression where you can't read the file without decompressing it. This is a type of compression like MP3. compression versus a wave file like this is like a law see format versus a loss Luis format where you can actually play back the file. You can read the file, but it is a slightly degraded format. And the reason you want to do that with video files. Video files are tremendously large, and depending on what kind of device the user is using, depending on what the connection the user has, depending maybe on the screen size, you want to use a different encoding mechanism that is customized for the user in the given user's context. Is that accurate? Yes, yeah. Okay. So with an audio file, my source audio gets compressed into either MP three or wave or af. And in these video files, it's. Getting compressed into two different files. It's not different file formats though. Right? It's just different bit rates of the same format, right? It's all still the same format. It's just that the bit rate basically determines how much information gets processed for each frame. So you have essentially a set number of bits that you can allocate, let's say to each frame. So for high bit rates, you can put a lot of the the details in the motion will be in there for as for the lower bit rates you have to do more with less than so depending on how good the compression algorithm you're using, you might be able to get away with that down too early low bit rates, but also depends very much on sort the content of the video that you're looking at, which is where park idle and coding kind of comes into play, right? We will get into that, but we're doing that for a second. If we're just talking about broad encoding mechanism. So if I'm streaming video from my home. Home connection and be. I've got a t. one connection and I've got super high bandwidth, high-performance network.

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"dodson" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Oh. Let me see. You could see tens of the real outside of New York City and Hannah Hart dominates. Go back to the phones, caller which your name and where you calling. Jenny from New Jersey, Jenny from the block, which questions. My question is Kristen and timidly. I wanted to know what your thoughts were on Beth needs meltdown on the last episode Dodson Bethany meltdown. In this episode, you know, I did see a little bit of it, but, but then when I watched it, you know, I got t- more because, you know, I took a fly on the wall that point and you know, you know, it's hard when someone isn't share everything with you. You sort of see a little bit and peace and you don't really know what's going on in their life. So you know, of course, I feel badly pretty suffering over things in their their lives, their ex husband, everything. So it's difficult. I think what I took from that meltdown is that she's tired, she's exhausted. She's been remember packing bags full of money and taking it to Puerto Rico, analytical, literally, giving away. She's tired. She's Great. great. Can hersher I know, especially after all the time that you've spent earning it. Right. Let's not forget. She works her butt off for living's back to the phones caller. What's your name? Where you calling. Hi, this is Maureen from ferrying jersey. Hey, Lauren, which question. Mike question is pretending hi, Kristen hyphens, -ly. So do you think you can see yourself being gauged in the next year? You do, you know me..

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"dodson" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dodson" Discussed on The Good Fight

"The gop but then once he got the nomination people just flat out didn't wanna lose again and they especially didn't want to lose to hillary clinton so he was able to consolidate that days really darn fast run now from my perspective it looks as fo dump trump is it he's consolidated his hold of the congressional republican projects you know vest two ways of reading that the first is that what we want is to win and now the is a republican president vague going to go along with him plead much whatever he does but you know what if you lose a disaster in twenty twenty but we'll go to flip back to review a true pfefferman says which weber the preferences of fuel see that held until two years ago and trump would potentially end up being a very bad episode of nightmare and you go back to notify ponti via the of it is that even if trump dodson's disastrously in twenty twenty they have now recognized but you know what actually talking to middle america about tax cuts and so on your that works bay sort of like it the what really works is racist dog whistles what reading works is undermining not just times and cnn but also the fbi and whatever other state institutions so let's stick with that and that's put more attractive face on that perhaps the known trump so i guess my question is you know how much hoped you have that republican party can be recaptured by those more traditional conservative ideas asked me in a year i think a will.

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