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"draper" Discussed on Code Story
"draper" Discussed on Code Story
"Code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead a team that has your back. I'm your host, Noah lab part. And today, how Dan Draper created a way for you to encrypt your data. And enable blazing fast search. All this and more on code story. Dan Draper is from South Australia, specifically Adelaide, but his family now lives in Sydney. Interestingly, he does not drink foster's beer, which is not surprising. And doesn't know what a bloomin onion is. Outside of tech, he's been a lifelong martial artist. He finds that there's an overlap between coding and martial arts as they are very technical, require a lot of solo focus and jokingly. You have to be ready to take a beating. 5 years ago, Dan got the idea of his current venture while he was the CTO at expert 360. He was approached by his clients as they demanded proof of how his organization was protecting their data. He was never fully satisfied with the answers they gave those clients. He desired to bridge the world between encrypted data and queryable information. This is the creation story of cypher stash. The cipher's dash, we think of it as the solution to the final reason where developer wouldn't use encryption in their application. So let's unpack that. Application level encryption or field level encryption as we call it is one of the best ways to protect data in an application. Not talking about encryption at rest, encrypting the file system. I'm talking about encrypting records in a database column with keys that only your application knows. Now, that's a great piece of technology. There's plenty of open-source libraries that do that. The challenge of course is when you implement field level encryption, you lose a whole swag of capabilities. So for example, Ruby on Rails in version 7 introduced this idea of active record encryption, which does that for active record models. If I was to use that technology to encrypt, say, an email address or a somebody's name or date of birth. I can no longer do queries on those. Those fields. So if I wanted to look up somebody by their email address or part of their email address like a partial text match search or I wanted to order people by their first name on a dashboard or something like that. None of those queries are possible anymore. And so cipher stash is the solution to that. Safe stash is what we call a searchable encrypted index. That sits on top of your existing application and database. And provides a way for you to index your encrypted data using an encrypted index so that you can perform encrypted searches over your data. It's very fast. It's very easy to add to your application. And we find it is really that removes the final blocker for developers using encryption in their applications. Safe stash or the idea for save stache was born a few years ago, I've been working on this problem for about 5 years now. When I was the CTO for an organization here in Australia called expert 360. We were selling to large corporates, some of the biggest companies in Australia. They were asking us to prove to them how we were protecting their data. The data that they were giving us responsibility for. And frankly, I was never fully satisfied with the answers that we were giving, and it was certainly not a reflection of the team or the company. It was more a reflection of the available technology. We wanted to be able to encrypt this data. But as soon as we did that, we were not able to query it. We weren't able to implement encryption and retain application functionality that we needed. And so this sparked a journey for me, I went and studied at Stanford I did their graduate course in cryptography. I found some researchers, one paper in particular that sparked a lot of interest for me. Was from some researchers at Stanford in 2016, they published a paper called order revealing encryption, which was really interesting new form of searchable encryption technology. It was very, very difficult to apply it to a traditional databases. And so I spent the next three years trying to work out how to apply that to a B tree or an inverted index. And eventually in 2020, I came up with a working prototype, raised some funds off the back of that prototype. Now I've very fortunate to have an incredible team around me and together we're building out the platform that is now known as safe stash. Tell me about the MVP. How long does it take you to build and what sort of tools did you use to bring it to life? That first product you built. The first product took many goes to get right. I think I had four or 5 attempts at it before I got it working. It was in part me understanding kind of the sharp edges of the problem, but also just trying to find technologies that were going to help me solve it. The technology that I ended up using for the prototype was originally based on PostgreSQL as a database. I wrote a bunch of custom extensions or plugins for Postgres written in C the underlying cryptography library was originally written in C nowadays it's written in rust. And the we added a bunch of application layers on top of that, and they were all written in elixir. Riding a high performance data service. Many of the characteristics of elixir and the beam virtual machine made sense for this kind of problem. Supervision trees and high availability and so forth. We're gradually moving more and more of that code to rust, but certainly in the early days elixir and see where my go to tools. When building an MVP, you got to make certain decisions and tradeoffs around tech debt or feature cut or scope, you know, minimization, what's that? What's the most impactful thing we can build in the beginning and how fast can we build it? Tell me about some of those decisions and tradeoffs you had to make and how you coped with those decisions. I think the interesting one for cyber stash is it is a very clear set of tradeoffs. There are probably three main dimensions that we still think about today. And I certainly thought about in the early stages. Security being the obvious one, you know, how secure is it, what tradeoffs are you making that might reduce security or improve security? Performance, sometimes we think of security and performance being at odds with each other and certainly that is true and most systems and it is true in side stash as well to an extent. And then the final tradeoff is what kinds of search capabilities can you make? How accurate is your free text search? Can you do range queries? Can you do joins and grouping and all those kinds of things? And so I was looking at all three of these dimensions and trying to find the fastest way to build something that was pretty fast as secure as I could make it and supported a number of different query operations. This episode is sponsored by host IO from the creators of IP info. Host IO is a powerful and fast domain name data API. With host IO, you can get comprehensive domain name data uncover new domains and the relationships between them. The Internet has said goodbye to the Alexa ranking, but don't worry, post IO has got you covered. The solution ranks all domain names available on the Internet. Based on backlinks, page content, and more. All domain data all in one place. Get DNS details, scrape website content, outbound links, and much more for any domain name. With nearly 500 million domains and websites host that IO is reliable and fast, providing you with the most up to date information possible.
Should You Rather Be an Optimist or a Pessimist?
"Is a good in life to be an optimist or a pessimist and what I mean is which approach is going to make you more successful. Give you more satisfaction in your job and in your life, which is going to be better for your health. And which is going to contribute to your emotional equilibrium. Now it is an interesting discussion of this in rob Henderson's newsletter, and I'm going to summarize his conclusions. He actually begins very interestingly with an episode of mad men where a young girl Sally Draper is talking to her grandmother, a grandma Pauline, and apparently grandma Pauline describes him when she was young, one time her dad woke her up and early in the morning and basically just gave her a kick what? And when she goes, what was that for? What did I do? The father goes, that's for nothing. So look out. So now, you think the grandma would be outraged, but no, it turns out what she tells the young girl in relaying this anecdote is, what she learned from that episode is that the world is a random and dangerous place. And so you better be prepared. In other words, it's good to be a cynic. It's good to be a pessimist. It's good to expect the worst. It's good to detect and people dark motives and the question that rob Henderson raises in the newsletter is is that actually true? Is it actually are you better off thinking the worst about people or the best? So there's apparently a bunch of studies on this, which examine what are sometimes called primal world beliefs. So one primal world belief is people who are positive. Let's call this the optimus. They think the world is a relatively safe place. People are generally good. Things are generally getting better. And you contrast this with the cynics of the pessimists who think the world is a very bad place. It's very dangerous, people are cutthroat. And misery is the normal course of life and so on. And the studies look to see not who's right, not which set of beliefs matches up with the world, really. But rather, which subjective frame of mind helps you in getting through life better. And it turns out that positive beliefs are better. It turns out that people who have positive beliefs generally are healthier, they're less depressed. They have more success in their work. They have more job satisfaction, and they have more kind of life satisfaction or psychological
Burakovsky's has hat trick, Avs beat Panthers, 3-2
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"draper" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"So there we haven't. There was my interview with a math teacher. Block and sci offer as well down draper while a great guy. Down is just brilliant all too and super super insightful. Super thoughtful super reflexive dream guest. Absolute dream guests so at well. We've only got one choice with where to begin. Takway section right. And that is what i t's at the start of the email i received from down about what he was talking about about understanding. Now just the kind of behind the curtain of the podcast. This happens loads. L- more more than you'd think from some real high profile guests often as soon as the compensations finished our gap panicked. Either what's up or email saint. Oh god i've said this is or is it going to lead to trouble and it never never house. I mean we. We've had a few controversial episodes. You know the podcast in the past ball listeners. I just really pleased and thankful that that people are willing to give up that time to speak to me for this length and share their thoughts and so on never kicks off but anyway. I'm i promised damned that. Just clarify things. So i think the best thing i can do. Read the email info. Because it's a good one right. So downsides as i brick it post recording. Can i just make a clarification for the postscript section of the podcast. Okay so here we go. I think i'm in essence. What i mean by rejecting the term understanding is that i've yet to find satisfactory description of it for any individual area of mathematics. There isn't more complex. Procedural fluency reasoning or problem solving in context with another area of mouths and announced. Is this me tried to minimize sheltie. Dm's over half term absolutely. Go listen if we just start with understanding i think it's a really valid point that dominate as i alluded to in the in the podcast. It's a similar thing that calling for a similar point. They call colin foster mate. And if you wanna go back to the more most recent interview with colin foster which was part of the research and action series. We begin failure leon in the conversation reflecting on collins keynote that he gave 'em aren't the i think it was the conference or spoke about. What does it mean to understand. Pythagoras theorem and similar thing to what what bouncing it also goes onto something. I won't see just reflect on at the end of this. Take way about the trade off between depth and confusion. So yeah i've interested. I'm sure that'll be interesting although please don't global b.'s. Dm's whether you agree with what he's saying about understanding whether you can relate to it. 'cause kasai certainly come anyway. That's cleared that will hopefully so just two quick takeaways from me on this episode the fifties more recommendation than anything in that is. If you haven't already please check out. Downs blocked as a link to in the show. Notes is absolutely brilliant and there are two types of pokes that downturns to do the. I kind of thought some reflections where he obviously reflects on the kind of things that he's tried in the classroom and what's nice about that is and it's not always. I tried this and it was absolutely brilliant and often the most useful post barra. Whenever you know i just anything in life generally where somebody thinks about something tries it and then it doesn't quite work out and what they learned from the experience so there's a really good post that isa till recently at the time of recording valid useful rebuffs that i'd i'd recommend each account so that's the kind of fault reflections. But then he also does as he posts lots of resources and these tend to be sequences of questions or examples. And there's a really good one. East posted recently called reasoning with angles in power lines. And i'm a bit biased. Here but and he makes really good use of kind of my take on variation when i tried to do on my variation theory website and as we talked about in the podcast and i think that that notion of holding lots of things constant and just tweaking one key thing from example to example really really helps with down's notion of over learning and just kind of go into depth and students noticing things and this reasoning with angles in parallel lines posters and absolutely brilliant example this so was terrible trying to describe something visually audio. But but. what's really nice about this. The questions is they all contain one pair of parallel lines. They all contain an isosceles triangle. Which is kind of built off the side of these parallel lines. They all have an angle lacks the find the all have one of the mark tangle which is fifty degrees and and just little things tweak like the position of the angled position of the dash marks on the isosceles triangles and so on and students have to think super super super hard to to on the stand and calculate the value of x. And it's again it's this. Is this ova. Learning this thinking in greater depth than i i certainly would have done for many many years in my teaching and bounce just dropping. These resources left frightens antonio blocks of please. Please check that out and the final thing. I wanted to say something. We've talked about really early on with with them in this conversation. And that is the potential trade off between depth and confusion or depth and simplicity picked downs. Coefficient example is a really really good one here and also links into what damascene about is view understanding. I mean just in that one minute. Two minutes where we talked about coefficients. I'm not sure. I understand coefficient anymore. I really liked about three over seventy example and on its way to draw the line with students and certainly early on in my career. I've been guilty of not going far enough. Just as i speak about this load about how i used to and just definitions of concept had used to just give the definition of maybe few examples ill-thought-through examples where it works. And i moved my thinking now onto examples and non examples to explain concepts and i think better still a catholic varied examples and non so students can can focus in and see what it is that makes a concept break and work again and so on and so forth but i think it's experience knowing where to draw the line how the to go how weird said to give these examples how close to the boundary. You want to go with these. I'm it also helps to have confidence in your own subject knowledge and also i think in this is this is what really struck me about my conversation without his honesty that he clearly house with his students and he's directness while twi the simply say i don't know or and i think this is this for me was the key. This was the absolute key. When you get yourself into a bit of a bind with an example. I'm perhaps a student suggest one. And you think oh i trying to explain this this is just gonna cause more confusion twelve that confidence to say to the kids look. Don't worry about this. Don't worry about this trust me. We don't need to know this just yet. If i think a good way to explain this i'll gonna come back to this or once. we finish. This will focus in on this but for now trust me. It's not worth worrying about. Let's move on. I think for many years. I haven't had that confidence to do that. And the problem is you get than going down. Rob hall trying to explain something. That's really really confusing to students. It's far more than they would ever need to know for whatever exam starting foreign so on and it just does more harm than god so i really like having just that core courage i guess is the word and conviction to say to his look. Trust me on this. Don't worry about it you know. I like to go deep into stop one. We'll come back to at some point. But finale just crackle missile else anyway. That was all site. One of my favorite conversations are really enjoy this. I'm really enjoying this. Current season of the podcast. I love talking to paul roles and last episode down. And i've got some potential crackers coming up as well over the course of this year so i hope you enjoy. Keep listening to these. Thanks once again to drape of being a brilliant guest podcast themes dot com. The lovely jazzy.
"draper" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"That was. It took me three times to read because it's quite data. It is but actually i thought. Yeah jaywalk yes noticing things attended. Two things is enough. sometimes. I feel like this understand in could mean to the level of i understand it yeah. I don't know how much i understand it. Yes and he's not thinking down sunday. Why you teach ya yet. Fine but all side. Maybe you shouldn't be teach masters including off but then it's also like well. Okay but also a call era decent unsurrendered eva and i just feel like it's one of those things that have been on a about a lot of time and a lot of it is around of wasting time in education whether it's people time will teach you time and fill out this endless navel-gazing of these big picture things and it's not thinking of like no. Just give me a bearings. Tosco that god gets kids. They can lie without medical condition. Or i enjoy and training session wounded two years ago. Taxonomy enough. And was i contact the who engaging with your professional development now fine. It's maybe sam. Oh come on. I'm stunned by its karma but that was on a podcast and she will just. But when i'm watson was saying 'em somebody's Regret the waste of time you've had before you got into this resist so yup i'm going to be combat. Teach at i think his partly who of i don't i don't think we should aim to be profession out lavished pfeiffer police so it's a profession we don't treat ourselves fresh. Well i think i mean instead is is an ultra science to teach in. Oh it's both the word will for his craft an actual eight. If you were cobbler you'd get are making dead could pairs of shoes. You wouldn't go lie well. Soul of looked the research and finance like yes aura. For all side maximum shoes. That's how you get better at it. And it's i think spending a lotta time reading and thinking about education and know about is not going to have as good impact on my kids. Yeah yeah so. Yeah no fire to the law. But i'm a bit line. Just a distraction for me. I want to think about what my kids are thinking about attending to my mascot room and it can be on time bomb. No plan really. Not out fudd suffolk right well to bring things to a close unless you drop any more bombshells is. We're going to go for your big three us all right so when what three websites blog posts books whatever you would you recommend. Listens checkout on the list to these in the shoutouts. I've decided to go for three stocks websites yet. The s about rob and mike priority. My pressure dealt with is to think about start. Small interesting okay. Good this'll be good. And they're all classics but the real ones the i forget and harrigan bureaus correlations lice. Kids love it. They absolutely love. And you get to the point where it's well. We'll have a look at it again. If you get still talk against the mind am and again. Just even having like a of thoughtfulness in the school library jost. It's just so accessible for kids and on that interactive livestock says. Well i don't think i've seen them is dead. So it's like The internet in a second representation of like the number of youtube views a second. I know he's yes. I think i've seen similar ones. Okay let's let's roll down so of yet. Saints kids Down plagues again. It's not think like stops. But he's really proportional reasoning. Yes but yeah. It's just to have that thing of people having a whole kim to a lesson and do you think. Sometimes we shoehorn a will hook into mass rather than mass hawk. But yes you know that they can give like it same. Why convert again with mechanics. Because he's lying margin pulley polit- chairman amounts so there is real world entry points. And that's a really good one. I think just to get kids thinking about scheduling propulsion fantastic. That's really well i. I've got a funny feeling that this won't be the last time you on this show here because as i say i was really struggling to think of how to condense things to talk about. We don't three aries that. I think there's a lot more we can talk about. So i think we'll leave it for this episode but with little tease. The that if it's alright with you we might might make a make a another date again at some point in the future for this. This has been a pledge. Speak to you. You are one of my favorite bloggers. I absolutely generally got excited. I got notification to new posters as gone up arming very grateful for the material. You've sent centrum variation theories while because some so the highest quality stuff that we've we've got a so for all of that. I'm fuel time today at jaipur. Thank you so drill. Thanks it again. Just a massive. I'm you you books everything that you'll do much education it's the scope of still available is fantastic for i cut it. If all of the gestate not you could all end by centerman iceland.
"draper" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"No as not thinking of just like almost like that exemplify anyone a carries on for like i don't mean so if teaching calculus ta seven like is not doing hard amounts but also that thing of like testing a concept so again examples also said crab with us integrate unlike. Let's use a grid. We don't use a grid talk us. What would you mean by using rhythm said not so area model for multiplication of like did last year harshly is thought. Ino- these of move from concrete pictorial to obstruct. Yep it's not a stepwise movement mic should be a lovely sleep and like actually why found was hours go in olo is an area right disintegrate questions now then yes. There was no progression from that concrete idea to the pixel and actually with the grid. The thing that i actually wanted kids thinking about wasn't multiplication or area at all it was politician it if you would do in fourteen time sixty three accent migrated sixty three ten and full. Yep stopping me do in fifty three seven three the yeltsin into ten and two Useful to me. Yes so actually. Once had settled these areas and had thick aligns. Divide in the mopeds. Where i'm gonna do me division. Should that of ray was going on. Now how a politician. This is it useful. Is it not steve. Just sorry just more exhausted. That just so i can get my head rather just get my head around on this because i. I miss something this. If start with this. I've got fourteen point by sixty three is kind of arche example that we might be looking at and you classic greg would have gone four sixty year three and she said so what what. Where would you be going next with the so. Actually you could have a set of two by two you greater full to grid right okay. Yep what about. If i twelve a three i could have over night bringing faulted and then go down seven and seven rice okay. So different ways of partitioning each number. Yeah okay so so the examples. It's not like you do non examples or anything these. The these grits work they get the right tongues or he's just not unofficial useful way of doing it is that it's sort of the way that frame of kids live the cold and what examples all right so it's a bit on wall line against is going to work but i don't care right anne say i say you've shown them you've shown them the inverted commerce kind of correct or most useful way i view. And then you're introducing these alternative just not the way you'd structure. Yeah and then of give him a load of stuff. A load of grids are partitioned. And say what was the original multiplication. Nice yet and then we'll have a politician not sensibly. Yes okay okay. So you giving them grid. Swear they're not don't sensibly. What was the original and then yet how you there is our. that's nice. That's interesting okay. And as just the idea of folks in online you will think about what i want you to think about. Yes so he's and also being really expensive kids life. I'm not asking to do any mountains. And i realized i've this a lot last year in hunting before all excited got my eleven this year and i was doing that classic thing where you know where your in the habit of doing something but your kids on monday look alike all three ads for any lie so the example i gave him because i'd had here right the lesser before and after luther questions all year a lot and the so full i fully civic thirty five forty sites yellow supplied by nine. Okay yep yep so may as so. I'll say nine takeaway nine forty six. Oh wow okay yet. Who yup satellite. Oh eight seven four six and told them before they were quite versed in the language of. I'm being efficient. Not an being efficient s and like. Where's your What is wrong with you. Can we just give us five minutes. Take us so and it was interesting. How difficult they found it for me to explain it to them again it's nothing unpreparedness nation. Just made the assumption that maps to my rates and in the end i actually lot. We'll tell you wife. I rewrote five. Voice aches as one subtracts one voice. Yeah then expanded bracket with a nine and it was just allow. God's sake the goal there but it was like. It's i don't know where that thinking and not reason you can't put in the scheme documen. No bata where did he combined. Econ with your rights. What what were they doing fee to to ask them. That question may professional. Answer is i was trying to stretch and challenge the deep understanding of a concept. The reality was we got five minutes left and our moving on some enabled so just choked later things the athol gross for the meet crack on with a natural three steps back and looks there when. That's how david downsize. Oh so all right so a couple of questions when you say you had a few minutes left. Was this unit where you do. The multiplication is this following on from the faulty multi sixty three. They said different as i said it from top. No this is so. They're looking at fractions. The aim saw is the first time doing any fractions yet and they don't simplify they again. Don't pit some bulbs that subtracts or anything yet. But they're shed costs. I didn't wanna light stall adding subtract in an teach computer science with a math computer science and then one lesson we may so just a bit of a firefight insult each in general fraction revision. And then i'm gonna minute well. Actually they've got all the more haitian.
"draper" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Why would now reckon after looking at that so of not in details talking to kids and having them talk about is it comes from the same place if i you know how kids don't say three seven three seven of a whole but knows what how what you get when you take three things and take seventh of all three things. Yes yes and so again. Let's do low to these and just just won't want to a man apollo Three over seven three seven pm. Yes and then. I was lot on and we don't indices before yes. Oh seven thirds because seven hundred hundred all now back. Yeah yeah just make an a male out of something. That should be quite simple. That i've tried to death and actually all dawn is complicated. Yes well there's i want to pick a couple of brilliant let. Let's just pick a couple of things that down so you. I one this time and time again this this the mistakes that we can make as teachers all the things we we just don't pick up on if we don't do the working out since the stuff ourselves so i've never heard that example before and again the mathematician michelle's history most listens to know if that's the only time that happens from those fractions and generalized. And so that's beside the point because as you say you chose those examples hoping to avoid this conceptions and an inova one snuck in that am i of spoke about this many times on the podcast anytime i n. I'm a little bit careless with an example things like this. Come into play. Or if i ever use like jamie frosts powerpoint. I'll just got questions buying them up. And then this flicking extreme muscle in piano exemplar which my you know bombs set seven nightmare with than still so yet teaches working through the questions. Themselves is an absolute act key. Lesson nothing for everybody but you second example is as fascinated me here because this is something. I'm really interested in definitions of concepts. And as you say going deep into things to make sure students really really learn it. And i think that's kind of swung both ways over my career with this if we take coefficients on these really good example and in the early days of teaching outages cigarette coefficients number to the variable or whatever and then we just crowd and to be honest with you tends to be okay for from fa most circumstances because in jesus the not gonna chalk these really weird things that you and santi probably going to be fine. You may then collins talk a little bit when you get to toilet level. Maybe an issue say particular with indices. It starts messing things up but over the last few years. I think i've gone down a similar route to you in the sense that i really won't catch the really really on the stumpings deep so i do a lot of examples and non examples of make sure. My examples related to my known examples. Such as change one thing is still the coefficients is still the time and so on. But as you say the more i do the less i understand because he gets flipping difficult and yet cases anything. What the hell is the coefficient. So i'm looking at your free over seven p that i've written down here i'm thinking i generally don't want the coalition there is. I'm i'm looking. I'm thinking west. Not p going. is it threes. i just don't know what's going on so it's interesting isn't it. I don't know whether i just wish my life. I just can revert back simple life. I didn't well. I was just not really thinking too much about things. Because now i don't know whether i'm causing more trouble than at the than than good anyway. Just a rumble. what absolutely as though thinking. Oh we can look. I'm also lhamo nuance foot light. You know. sometimes you sit down and you get rotten planning next. And i wanted to do it today. And you with us all of your eight. Then you're forty five. We're onto a winner. And then he start thinking i can handle words coming out with my mouth to kids where i'm going. Yeah our cammisa is a bit of a weird while because the more patients commutes divisions knaw knocks on the devise. A lot into just show up now just kids then giving you lot buying standard of live with very patient with your wait for the nation. So what have you done if we take coefficients. I think it's an interesting one. Well like having experienced kind of trump's both things where you haven't gone deep enough of them props here you may become cd padova. What were you stunned on now. If you if you had a new group in from to being you wanted to teach them about coefficients why did you draw the line. Eight tricky on eight. Because i think to set an extend. I would go look at this thing. Now it's bit vague. Yes because i'm always conflicted because sometimes actually you always get this when kids get to a level even houses of the alamo conceptual stage three where you perfect. Example x-ray sixteen. That's two things. And i think the cultural message that masters right or wrong. Answer i i am. Dylan's is actually going on tonight or dreckman. it's yeah. It's not suit but also being very selective when i'm doing yeah it's like non it was. I had a job interview. Backlash iya so my feedback was like you come down very odd online. Set in this is.
"draper" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
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I have notifications on for posts because i find it absolutely essential reading. I love the way down reflects on. His thing came from the ideas. He tries in the classroom whether they work. Not the about section of the blogs sums this perfectly and i quote. This block is primarily a space to tease out ideas about education generally and secondary mathematics education specifically by writing down my ideas. I find it easier to bring them into some kind of coherence in my mind. This blog is not meant to be informative authority but speculative the conversations and debates started by posting ideas. Here has been immensely valuable to my growth as a classroom practitioner. So please get in touch if you disagree. Or if you've got something brilliant gets to what i'm trying to articulate my ham fisted way. Brilliant so when planning the discussion and i decided to focus on two key areas of interest. That's over learning and conceptual leaps and then which i bet on curriculum sequence in at the end as a bit of a bonus. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. Unlearn loads down is a brilliant guy to chop chelsea to quick plugs. Before we go and and carry out. I as i mentioned less time. I spent the summer updating the ultimate schema work on e. d. or diagnostic questions the corn iteration. Which is version two point zero to use the trendy notation contained eight over eight hundred quizzes and over eight thousand questions on the whole of year. Six to year eleven. That's age ten to sixteen. I must curriculum and it's completely free. I'm put together a short course explaining all about it. But i've also just this week released a monster spreadsheets. Who the some rose in this. I can tell you. Now which links to all eight hundred quizzes on this spreadsheet economic. 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How to Make an Extra $1k This Weekend with Sam Parr
"All right let's start. Let's start with bitcoin. I what are your current thoughts on bitcoin. Crypto-currencies what are you doing. So i told you my my ross albright Story right you did. He went a party and ross. Was there yeah. So i've met ross years and years ago and he was my neighbor he lived near me And when he got arrested. I told my friend and my friend is was billy draper Billy's dad tim draper and bill was like yeah like bitcoin. It seems really cool. My dad like says it's gonna be great. And i was like oh well if your debts is going to be great. He's smart guy. So i bought some back that and so that was my my only bitcoin. Purchase back then. And then i own A for me. A fairly large stake in a theory. I'm and i don't do anything or just let it set yes. Bitcoin an ether and pretty much. That's it that's it okay. And then i don't even log it. And then i know this song giving you a softball but how do you think about investing in crypto versus investing in other assets. Yeah so. I consider it to be highly volatile. So i put a relatively single. Digit percentage networth in there. And then most everything else. I put into an etf. Am i. don't look at it. And i don't touch it and i don't do anything. I'm always such a boring investors So i allocate some high risk money to it to crypto in the rest. I put the most boring index funds. Ever which crypto nerds. They like laugh at me. And i'm like i don't know man i i don't i don't stress. It makes me good money. I'm happy
"draper" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"A good attitude and just a couple more questions. Pedro from dunlop hound. Meet ask you what does not be using. I'm using the fx three hundred and the blue racket and is a funny story at she. Because she's bob la. Until i was fifteen and then in two thousand eighteen i met pedro Not many people using rockets on a started using Always thinking wow. This is incredible racket. I can understand why so many people that use it. But as i as i started playing with it. I think they've really picked up. Philosophy is so again mobilize iraqi and they should because the equipment in the wreckage is is is really really good. So i'm i'm very lucky to be part of the the team will be in james. Come did you convince. Simon car to switch the done love. I think we're in practice. One day he picks up iraqians start using it. Ends like wow. This is archie a very very good racket. He i think he changed this well to to the racket in. He's doing pretty well as well. So anyone else should do as well. Nice and final question. This is going out the tuesday a week one. Us open who's gonna take the man's in the women's title in your eyes. I said a few times. I think is gonna win the us. Open this year if policy in getting This year will win. I think it comes from from olympics since nazi. The houses is really big. I think it just gives him not Extra based on on on the women's side. I think aussie kobe win. In our watching She's she's very good players. Watch lots of scales Already good heading on show as well. I think my On bossy we'll check back in. Which after but jack thank you very much your time good look in your next challenger over in coamo and yet thanks for your time and best of look. Enjoy going to look forward to seeing it. Move up those rankings. Even quaker on. I hope you enjoyed that episode with jack. He seems so level headed on a look forward to some great success over the komen months and years. I'll be back next week until then enjoy the us open by..
"draper" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Check after instagram account. Okay here's jack jack. Welcome to the functional tennis. Podcast how are you. I'm we'll get thank you how you. I'm very good thanks And join a great ours. Summer's day very rare. But tell me you're in italy right. Now what's the weather like there or it's Very hot very humid. Unlike england during this year seems to be the weather seems to be quite bought over that right now but here is definitely. Call your at the right place. Yeah what we're gonna do is of sleet. We have to record an episode a few months ago before whole wimbledon ting started when you to great room which offered you gave him quite a scare. You had him on his ass a few times put. Let's we'll talk about that in a while. Let's let's take a back where tennis start for you. Tennis me started with. My mom was has cellphone Family they will play tennis. Say my mom was a very good player when she was younger. I'm basically will start me a local practice full down my leg who club in the uk and saas tomorrow's born because she can leave me alone in the house. When i was little so she bought me to tennis club. while she was coaching. I would just pick up a racket and it went is narrated so you're from surrey. Certain into uk is it. Yeah i was. I was born in boston now. Is that near the national training center. Where the closest sandra to you. So connie i live in leatherhead in uk. But i'd say i'd say hamilton. Yeah from another head is about a forty minute. Drive and then also trained in north london with my coach ryan jones and simon and the rest of the guys. I must about nine and a half drive. I'm mixed between the two okay. And so how'd you. Junior career headed that evolve. We just planeloads. We manage school at the same time. Yeah i mean. I was i would say always had a bounce until i was about fifteen sixteen. I went to score. Played of other sports in tennessee. Always probably the main one. the Still played football take creek On the sports and are just as i got older. I think started playing more after news. play lots of tennis shoes on younger thing. I was in five ten zero on the fourteen on. Yeah as as as gone above. I've always done pretty well in the i-if genius I think my career high was maybe seven. I think that was based off my wimbledon run. Actually because in a lot of the other grand slams attended note today too but But yeah i had already great unique Funds was the goal always to go pro. Yeah my coach ryan on. He was very keen on me. developing early in going into the men's game things out in june by good. But i think it's not realistic in in the real world. Men's tennis things change a lot when you go into the futures and you gotta start from the bottom ready or not was his mindset and definitely boy in style in and started playing futures earlier than most people. How old were you when you started playing futures off the junior wimbledon. Not sworn i stopped this treatment. Is these women on before before With both said on that would be my lost woman while athens so i would say maybe when when i was sixteen when i started going into the futures and it was a good way to end a wimbledon final wimbledon. Tell me did you feel at home on the grass. Yeah definitely it will I've played in previous years. Played genius before whenever it got to the grand slams imaging events i always tended to sort of get a bit nervous tighten up but this time because i think i news my loss woman and i had nothing to lose really. I wasn't heidi ryan trenton. So i had level to to do it was just about sharing. I guess it was a great time to do it. And it gave me confidence to go to the rest of the year Johnson headed the mindset.
Wimbledon 2021: American Frances Tiafoe Upsets No. 3 Seed Stefanos Tsitsipas
"The The first first round round of of Wimbledon Wimbledon is is American American Frances Frances Tiafoe Tiafoe beats beats third third seed seed Stephanos Stephanos tutor tutor business business trade trade sets sets advanced advanced the the second second round. round. It's a business coming off, losing to Novak Djokovic in the final, the French Open just a few weeks back. Speaking of the top seed Djokovic loses the first set to Jack Draper before winning the next three of the notables to advance and good fifth seed Andrzej 11 8 seed Roberto Bautista good while two time winner Andy Murray wins his open over 24th seed Nicolas Bacillus feely
At Wimbledon, Murray 'Can Still Play at the Highest Level'
"American players they get into Thursday upsets at Wimbledon with Sloane Stephens and Frances tiafoe both reaching the second round table currently ranked fifty seven in the world played a near flawless match to close out the third seed Stefano sits upon us romping through a straight sets win six four six four six three statements belie her current ranking of seventy three two in the hopes of Penn state and former champion Petra Kvitova closing it out six three six four men's top seed Novak Djokovic was stretched to fall by the little brick Jack draper I'm Graham like us
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"draper" Discussed on WTOP
"Draper. It really progressed into a lovely evening. Oh, absolutely beautiful out there, Hillary. I mean, I'm tracking temperatures right now. Flirting with that 80 degree mark. The sun is out. The great are mainly dry. I'm just tracking a few storms out there. But I mean, they're all the way back around the Lu Ray and Harrisonburg area and any isolated showers or storms tonight really do favor parts of central Virginia back into West Virginia as we stay mild throughout the evening hours. Mainly in the seventies with overnight lows in the mid to upper sixties, mostly to partly sunny tomorrow. It's hot and it's humid upper eighties toe low nineties on our Wednesday with some scattered Charisse and thunderstorms between about three p.m. and nine PM storms tomorrow could have heavy rain and gusty winds. So something will definitely be monitoring mostly to partly sunny on Thursday, luring humidity highs in the eighties Friday. We have rain moving back in later in the day, some heavy rain potentially in spots Friday night with highs in The load of its seventies. Then we're only in the sixties on Saturday, but improvements to the forecast yesterday was looking like a rainy day. Today. It looks like rain favors the morning hours only currently across the region. We're coming in at 78 in Arlington, 78 in Damascus and 71, Indianapolis. Thanks, Amelia. All brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. Breaking news on w T o P. We've got a major development in the investigation of former President Trump's financial dealings, Manhattan's district attorney convened a grand jury that's expected to decide whether to indict the former president, other executives at his company or the business itself. Washington Post reports, Prosecutors would have to decide whether to present the panel with criminal charges. The grand jury will sit three days a week for six months. It's likely to hear several matters not just the trump case during its term. And we'll have more as we go through the day here on double duty opiates, 5 22 the holiday getaway..
"draper" Discussed on Hustleshare
"But yes. I am now feeling better. I thought i had kobe. I go with. it's just sip one. I'm hearing too much about again. I'm i'm glad to be here with you today. Because we have a very very special guests suggested are very good friend. Mr marc kooyman of pox smart capital again. Let's welcome send your christian muna's ds house nice. Wow what a welcome i say again. I've been watching a little bit of narcos the lately so my my spanish is still on point. So it's really good christian. Welcome to the show to be here. Man finally finally sorry again so. Let's just ride. Tried to record this a couple of days ago but i my big nose was stuffed with things that are not supposed to be there so i had to take a pause. Finally got this again. We're very very happy to have you here. But before i get carried away send yar mia ego. I need to ask you the million dollar question. Christiane what's your hustle by hustle. So out say that is the constant pursuer five learning experiences culture just meeting new people being in different places Filling out of my own person at the end. That's my hustle. And that's what has built me as an entrepreneur. And that's why i'm an entrepreneur. You get to do a lot of things you get to be put out of your comfort zone and quite often. So i guess that's that's my hustle. That is amazing. But before i get carried me i need y'all to buckle up my matt we're going to have to ride the hustle shared time machine all right. We're back in latin america. Though i understand brian or to you becoming you know part of raipur startup house right. And i want to understand. What was it like. Growing up in costa rica. So yeah i mean. I think costumes threatened like the philippines and every latin culture. We kind of have like a similar sort of like like like the spanish was part of us. We have strong american influence going back to the time. Machine like yeah. I grew up in costa rica in the eighties. Then you know family. Middle-class berry berry like routed into the latin culture like family-oriented like bigger. Emily similar to the philippines on my mom's side. We have eleven brothers and sisters and my so. Yeah similar to what a filipino family. It looks like it was like you know like my family and like christmas. So is crazy. There's so many many people it's been hard to remember the names when have girlfriend or somebody that comes to these need to my whole family's is always an adventure just for context like growing up was very similar in terms of culture to the philippines philippines. Remind me a lot of growing up in costa rica. david my smell load of that. Obviously like you know way. More modern and i think some challenges the philippines experienced and the cultural mindset is thinks that have been miami no for me growing up in in costa rica. What would those be in terms of like the challenges because again we're both spanish colonies at one point heavy spanish influence and yes. We tend to have big families and extended families. That eventually does is that it allows us to be really competitive at an early age because resources are scarce. We have the hustle. And you know if you said that it's gonna come from a middle class family regardless of how tight that family is. You also have to compete. For your own you know spot of the totem pole per se. Yeah yeah absolutely so. So i think some of the things that i feel like it's will culturally just touch a little bit about my similarities for the philippines but i think also like there's some sort of sense about my fascination or that kind of like the mindset of like we were at some point colonized so there's that image of like everything there is foreign. It's better some point and nineteen. That's something i think. Costa rica was more towards that direction. He has changed. Or maybe i have changed and like my stoop rasheed more of like the the things that makes a special and i think the philippines is going through that transition. I had. When i thought the younger people i see it on the eco-system the startup seen as the entrepreneurs in a lotta people going back to the philippines naturally seen by the rousson opportunity So i think in that sense very similar. But i feel like in. Costa rica happened not earlier. And now i see it in the philippines and it's very exciting very promising a you know. I just see all the things that has to an. I'm very excited. That we're part of that draper setup house and like that was the thing said drove me. When we were looking for for a place to set up in our house for entrepreneurs. He wasn't a took me quite some time but but yeah. I mean going back to those regions of costa rican like the philippines. I shook very connected to the philippines. Even the were so far away of the you know. I i looked filipino. Like people are talking for peanuts. I need to philipino skills. You guys speak better english than myself. So it's hard for me to learn filipino. You know so but yeah now hopefully when i. I'm actually right now in costa rica. But i hope planning to be back a couple of months. So that's one of my targets. Those learning more of a language and get to really know more about the culture. I feel like the languages sperry important portland absolutely but other than you know the culture being set. It's larry so the adaptation that you did with a year eventually went here. I went understand. What's your first exposure to your hustle or to do entrepreneurship as a lot of the early. Hustles you did also still happen in costa rica when you were there. I wanna understand what those first hostels that you did. And what were your early influences. Overlake previous bosses are mentors. You've had before that really let an indelible mark into what you do now. 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Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne
"Is scheduled to open in August in Melbourne and with me Ah, three of the cast members who will be on stage all of them who were in the recent production of the show Rent at the Sydney Opera House now I have a soft spot for rent. One Do I as I was part of the original production of rent in Sydney. Here with me, Tim. Margie. Okay. To my medic, Relleno A rock, Obara and Jared Draper. Welcome you fellas to the show. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Now, congratulations to you all forgetting your rolls. This is very exciting. Tell us about the audition process because the one for rent way back in the nineties was. It was a bit of a cattle call and seriously at Kinsella's in Oxford Street, the line just went rule the way down. Um, the end on bond. I didn't have to wait in the cattle cool to just go past everyone, but I still had to audition regardless of what my credentials were. Tell us about. Your own audition process. Was it grueling? And is it growing? You've got the longest you've been out of the longest. Yes, the tomorrows. Musical audition process was grueling because it was different. When I started auditioning, I think most of my auditions were on zoom. That was very kind of confronting to me. Especially being a musical audition, where you really want to be in the room and show you your physicality and work off another kind of human being. Um, So that was it was it was grueling, and it was long and it was. It was quite a few callbacks on Ben.
Washington DC Weekend Weather Forecast
"Amelia Draper. What's up Rainy conditions out there Tonight. Otherwise cloudy skies with lows in the mid thirties, too low forties and that of a wintry mix mainly north and west of the metro area, but just wet roads here in the metro region, with surface temperatures staying above freezing If we see a mix it all rain showers tomorrow morning will become more scattered throughout the day with Saturday evening, looking mainly if not completely dry. Some sunshine even develops tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid to upper sixties. We'll have rain at times on Sunday with highs around 50. Storm team for meteorologists, Amelia Draper. Definitely south of
Snow, wintry mess eyes Washington DC region Thursday
"Amelia Draper. It's Storm Team four as we've got some heavy weather, potentially moving through the region. What do you see for us? Welsh on Thursday Thursday night going to be a mess across the region as we have a wintry mix mainly of snow and ice, moving in very early Thursday and continuing throughout the day, coming to an end early Friday morning, looking at snow accumulation and then some ice on top of that, so if you can avoid travel Thursday, Thursday night, that's gonna be your best bet the National Weather Service already placing everyone Under a winter storm watch for this system. Now, tonight, Sky's become clear with lows in the upper teens to mid twenties, mostly to partly sunny tomorrow colder with temperatures in the thirties and again, We'll have that wintry mix throughout the entire day. Thursday on into Thursday night with highs Thursday, right around freezing on Friday. We warm too near 40, as has become partly sunny. Road conditions will be slick with snow and ice and spots Thursday and Thursday night. The weekend right now looking son felt but cold for mid February low to mid thirties for high temperatures on Saturday on Sunday, we'll have temperatures warming to near 40 degrees currently across the region right now outside of our studios in Upper northwest Washington. Coming in at 44 35 in Hagerstown and over at the beach Ocean City at
"draper" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"His favorite company, become an entrepreneur, because it's easy to get money and that didn't happen in Wall Street. Let the games begin. Welcome to meet the Drapers. I'm Jesse Draper. This is my dad. Tim Draper. This is my grandfather, Bill Draper, A pops. And today I'm serious Surrender boss who is one of the valued members of the Draper Associates team? She's a killer investor. So get ready. And Siri Comes from this is perfect because at meet the Drapers you in the audience are allowed to go invest in these companies because we do it through Crowdfunding. She is in Crowdfunding expert coming from Funders Club. We recruited her away and she has been a major asset for Draper Associates. And now she's a part of the Draper. So meet the drapers the drink for Don't know. Welcome. You've just been adopted by the family. I'm Yeah, I'm the fifth child. I like I looked the same meetings. Yeah, way We should hear our first entrepreneurs. No, no, I think we should talk a little bit about what makes a good pitch. Do you have any thoughts on that perfect fish here? What do you think the perfect pitches that sounds like something you'd ask your form, But I think the perfect pitch happens even before the pitch is made very often. I think a lot of big companies don't spend enough time on finding the right investors. So I think the perfect pitches me To the perfect investor. I like which do you think that also it's about doing the research and knowing who you're pitching, because if your assassin company and you're pitching a consumer investor, you know that's not gonna be a fit and you, you know, I think it's important to do that research and know exactly who your audience is. Yeah, and I think we see this A lot from people been cheap associates. I think entrepreneur sometimes.
"draper" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"But the idea is to bet on the people long term. We're not buying the tokens to trade them. We're buying tokens to hold onto the next ten years. Bitcoin radio is powered by most belt. Blockchain accelerator multi dot. Io and we are continuing to reimagine twenty twenty. The following interview broadcast in october of twenty twenty as part of our version four point. Oh conference i everyone wants to reimagine twenty twenty. I wanna be your host or today with me alone. Goran at the founding partner at draper. Gordon home blockchain bencher studio and venture fund. Welcome and. thanks for having me excited to be here. Yes me too so What would just jump in there Tell me how. How did you first sort of value. I introduced the crypto. And the and what do you do today. So you know crypto. It was weird happens to two angles for me. So i had a company that That basically built technology for crowdfunding and this was before the crowdfunding existed so he called it social fundraising and be idea for it. Sort of stand out of working at my space back in the day and trying to help people use this new tool social media to do good things. Raise money for nonprofits. Raise money for your business and things like that and A two things happened in. That space was illegal at the time to raise money online the way it is right now the way. It is legal right now. So in the united states the laws changed in the meantime. We sorta participated in that and that was one thing that drew me towards crypto in a way up because i felt like it was crazy and unfair and unamerican is laws for fundraising on the internet And also you know led me even pushed me further towards a borderless world. Everyone can transact news things and one you know a few years later after starting that company We decided to take it fulltime and get serious about it. One of our first customers business was adam draper. An atom draper launched something called funder and boost funder..
Snow, rain moves into the Washington DC region
"But Amelia Draper has it for tonight Cloudy skies with lows in the twenties and low 30 size tomorrow in the thirties, is a wintry mix moves into the region. During the morning and midday hours and continues throughout the day for Washington and areas right around the district. This likely starts is a mix of rain and snow changing to all reign as the day wears on, with the chance for some sleet and freezing rain possible. Mainly all snow farther north and west of the metro area, and namely all rain in southern Maryland, parts of Prince George's and Anna Rondo. Counties inside of the Beltway accumulation amounts likely around an inch or less, and anything that falls and sticks will be melting by the evening hours as temperatures warm but into parts of Upper Montgomery, Louden and Frederick counties. We could see snowfall totals anywhere from 6 to 12 inches even higher and strong. Team four. Meteorologist
Washington DC Weather: Sunny Weather With Winds Subsiding
"Mostly mostly sunny sunny and and beautiful beautiful out out there there on on this this Wednesday Wednesday afternoon afternoon with with a a nice nice breeze breeze across across the the area, area, and and we'll we'll have have high high temperatures temperatures today, warming into the loaded mid seventies as we head on into the evening hours, the winds will subside for the afternoon hours Gusting up to 20 miles an hour for the most part, pretty light winds out there tonight. The winds subside around sunset, which is at about 6 50. Tonight we'll have clear skies out there and lows falling into the fifties. So another refreshing start tomorrow morning and a nice day overall with a few clouds around later in the day highs tomorrow in the loader mid seventies and then overnight Thursday night into early Friday morning, Cem Scattered showers will impact area with another cold front highs Friday afternoon will only warm into the sixties. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Ring belt right now. 71 Burke at 69 80 is 70 in northwest DC. Brought
Severe Thunderstorms for Washington, DC This Afternoon, Potentially Damaging Winds
"The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the entire area. This is in effect until 11 p.m. tonight as strong to severe thunderstorms are already impacting parts of the area. I'm going to continue to see strong to severe thunderstorms out there Throughout these evening hours, the biggest concern, gusty, damaging winds, followed by heavy rainfall and frequent lightning. There's also the potential foursome Hale. I would recommend charging your devices in case there are power outages. I'm strong team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Right now we have hazy sunshine out there 90 degrees. It feels like 96. W t o p. Unused time. 5
Unwanted Truths: Inside Trump’s Battles With U.S. Intelligence Agencies
"Us now is Robert Draper writer at large for the New York Times magazine. He's the author of several books including most recently to start a war how the Bush administration took America into Iraq Arbor draper has just published this landmark piece of reporting the Times magazine. It's called unwanted truth this inside trump's battles with US intelligence agencies among the scoops embedded here is news that. The. White House pressured the Director of National Intelligence to change and intelligence community conclusion that Russia wanted president trump reelected in two thousand, twenty, the intelligence director at the time Dan Coats said, no, he was then fired his successor signed off on the change, but he was then fired after one of his deputies briefed Congress that in fact, Russia is working to reelect president trump this year. Mr Draper I, thank you for this reporting for joining us here tonight to help us understand it. Thanks very much for your time. I've said a lot of words about the. Words that you have reported here and that you have printed. Let me just ask if I got anything wrong or if you think that I'm looking at anything the wrong way around. To actually think presences I did when issue two clarifications the I rooted in the most important is that I am not aware the Joe McGuire had anything to do with the alteration of the National Intelligence Estimate this all took place during his first couple of weeks on the job when his hands were very much full with Ukraine whistleblower incident as you correctly pointed at and so this really. Anthem it matter win the in I was approved on September the twenty six inch testifying on the hill all day long. So he wasn't able to cheer that meeting. So that's the first second thing is that You know they're a don't want the story to give anyone the impression that the intelligence community as a whole has been bent to the will of Donald Trump. There's still plenty of analysts in case officers who are doing very good work. The problem is that the people above them have been in the line of fire with the trump administration and had begun to water down such that the intelligence products do not have the integrity that they once did not mean saying black is why end up as down but they are saying things in a more equivocating fashion and we saw this most recently just out of this past Friday. On a no deny official release this election security report saying that for the first time did yes it did appear the Russia. Trump essentially the same breath saying that China in Iran. Favored Biden is if it were kind of a jump ball or something in that was working patient, you did not see before the trump presidency. I feel like I. Thank you for for those clarifications and for drilling down on those things in that way I feel like. When I read it, the beginning of your piece that Dan Coats was pressured to change the National Intelligence Estimate around Russia's intentions for the two thousand election and he said, no felt like, wow, that's that's really big news about Dan Coats to find out that that happened just before he was fired. Is itself a scoop. But then to find out that the National Intelligence Estimate. was in fact watered down in the way that the White House wanted under Joe McGuire. It it does seem like the sort of bending to the White House's will equivocating on things that aren't equivocal casting things in a way that doesn't you know is designed not to upset the president or put things in ways that he likes it does feel like it's not just pressure, but it's effective pressure that's actually working on the I say. Over sharing in. A. probably Rachel that the matter of. Russia in election security has been a sore subject since before trump's presidency and everyone knew I in the NFC in the West Wing and certainly in the intelligence community that to bring the very matter of Russia interfering in two thousand sixteen, it's likely interference patterns through the midterms and into twenty twenty an most of all that if they were trump would be to call into question the legitimacy of this presidency. That's how he would receive this and so because it was such an unpleasant thing as report out then chief definite Mulvaney and then national security advisor. John was a considerable lengths to to keep this completely off the agenda would get on the agenda for example, when it was a single in a seat meeting at relating to Russia in Election Security Pearson Nelson than the secretary of. Homeland Security didn't get five minutes into it before trump started interrupting her and asking questions about a wall along the Mexican border. So this has been a distasteful subject to him people around him have known that and they have adjusted themselves unfortunately accordingly.
Flash Flood Watch In Effect For Washington, DC Area
"Watch for the entire area until midnight and night. As we track thunderstorms and downpours this afternoon, thes storms will be slow moving, and that's leading to flood concerns out there with up to two inches of rain possible in spots. The biggest area of concern is southern Maryland that had so much rainfall there on Tuesday as we head on into the evening and overnight hours, rain will start to taper off late, But we'll still have some scattered showers and thunderstorms out there tomorrow, with plenty of clouds and muggy conditions otherwise highs tomorrow in the eighties. Once again as we look to the weekend, there's the chance for some thunderstorms on Saturday, especially east of Washington. Sunday is looking dry. I'm storm team for meteorologist stimulate a Draper. Okay, a couple of storm systems We're
Washington, DC to Get Break From Humidity Wednesday After Breaking Record for Most 90-Degree Days
"D T o P traffic at a storm scene for meteorologist Amelia Draper. Today was the 27 out of 29 days, hitting 90 degrees or higher, which is a record Right here in Washington for any month of 90 degree days. The old record 25 days that back in July of 2000 and 11 now temperatures for the evening hours generally in the eighties, with overnight lows in the seventies, another hot day tomorrow and more humid than today, with highs in the nineties and mostly to partly sunny skies. We'll have some scattered showers and thunderstorms potentially overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible Thursday night, so something to keep in mind. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely on Friday, especially later in the day, otherwise plenty of clouds. It's a bit humid, but it's cooler gonna break from the nineties with highs Friday in the
Washington DC Breaking Record for Most 90-Degree Days
"Storm Team 44 day forecast with Amelia Draper today was the 27 out of 29 days, hitting 90 degrees or higher, which is a record here in Washington for any month of 90 degree days. The old record 25 days that back in July of 2000 and 11 now temperatures for the evening hours generally in the eighties, with overnight lows in the seventies. Another hot day tomorrow and more humid than today, with highs in the nineties and mostly to partly sunny skies will have some scattered showers and thunderstorms potentially overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible Thursday night. So something to keep in mind. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely on Friday, especially later in the day, otherwise plenty of clouds. It's a bit humid, but it's cooler. We're gonna break from the nineties with highs Friday in the eighties. And late. A thunderstorms are possible. On Saturday. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper tonight, where 86 degrees in Washington and the upper seventies in a bunch of suburban areas. German town Down to 77 Dale City is at a tea called Pepper's 77
Washington D.C.-area forecast: Hot today, and turning hotter the next few days
"Draper with us tonight. And Amelia, You've got one heck of a hot forecast force from the weekend. Exactly, Shawn. We're talking about dangerous heat moving in for the weekend, especially Sunday and then staying dangerously hot Monday Tuesday, potentially even Wednesday as well. I've also been mentioning that isolated storm chance here throughout the afternoon and evening hours on W. G. O P and seeing that materialized now into parts of southern Maryland down into Charles County, saying some really heavy rainfall just to the south of the low Plato area. Ah lot of lightning as well starting to develop so we could see some heavy rain, some strong, gusty winds out around the Hughes Ville. Sorry. This does look like it's slowly moving on into ST Mary's and potentially portions of Calver and the southernmost point of Prince George's County, so some isolated storms out there Tonight. Most of us do look to stay dry with blows, though, on ly in the seventies area wide high temperatures tomorrow warming into the middle Upper nineties. Humidity levels are slightly lower compared to today. That being said, though our heat index tomorrow afternoon, it's still above 100 degrees, and then Sunday afternoon, Middle Upper nineties and tropical Community make our heat index feel like 100 to 107 degrees, so we could certainly have a heat advisory out there as we look to Sunday and then Monday if we hit 100 which I am Gore casting, it will be the first time Reagan National has hit 100 in almost four years. The last time was in August over 2016. Since scattered lately. Thunderstorms are possible Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as well with the extreme heat and humidity in the area. But again with the Moving in. This is that you want to take seriously drinking lots of water, taking frequent breaks, avoiding long hours outdoors. That thing said currently temperatures across the area right now. Bigger sounded 91 95 degrees in Arlington, and we're at 93 leaves for for alright, alright, thanks thanks
Heat Index to Hit 100° in Washington DC Area This Weekend
"NBC for now. Amelia Draper. Look at what we've got going this evening for a forecast. What do you see? Well, I'm seeing pretty quiet conditions in the immediate D. C. Metro area, Shawn, but on storm team for radar, some heavy rain is moving through Hagerstown, Williamsport right now approaching the Martinsburg and Winchester areas, so Some scattered showers and thunderstorms out there tonight, especially north and west of Washington, with partly cloudy skies and lows in the upper sixties to mid seventies. Dangerous he starts to build into the area and it is dangerously hot here over the weekend into early next week. Now tomorrow, a heat index around 100 degrees with highs in the low to mid nineties since scattered showers and thunderstorms tomorrow chance for a few storms over the weekend. But again, it's all about the heat and humidity. A heat index on Saturday of 100 to a Heat index on Sunday of 106 degrees. Heat advisories are likely especially on Sunday to Monday. Get it on your degrees on Monday, something we haven't done here in a few years. Currently across the region right now, 88 degrees up in Frederick, 82 back in Hagerstown and Annapolis coming in at 82.
After 20 straight days with 90-degree temperatures or higher, Washington DC is in for another heat wave
"Well Amelia Draper. If people don't like the weather today, they're not going to like the weather tomorrow and there's certainly not going to like it over the weekend home. My gosh, Hilary, we're talking about some serious heat and humidity impacting the area. We are closing out a 20 day heat wave. We did not hit 90 degrees today, but as we begin another heat wave starting tomorrow, this one more significant for sure. With Temperatures in the mid to upper nineties even approaching 100 degrees on Monday and humidity levels, making heat indices around in above 100. So out there tonight some scattered showers and thunderstorms around right now on storm Jean for radar tracking stone showers moving into the Hagerstown area. Some thunderstorms back into the Panhandle, West Virginia so he could see a shower or thunderstorm out there tonight. Most of the areas days dry. Partly cloudy lows in the upper sixties to mid seventies. Scattered showers and storms tomorrow, otherwise mostly to partly sunny loaded mid nineties tomorrow feel more like 100 with the humidity levels on Sunday on Saturday and Sunday. We have highs in the mid to upper nineties with a heat index on Saturday. Around 100 to the Heat index on Sunday. Around 106 can't rule out a storm over the weekend. It again. It's all about the heat and humidity will likely have a heat advisory issued for the area on Sunday, as well as Monday, and as we begin this new heat wave, it looks to last at least 10 days out there, if not longer, currently, 1 86 in the District 82 in Annapolis and 88 in Manassas.
"draper" Discussed on The BosBabes
"And so that's why I started the drapery agency five years ago, like how you're giving back to the community and how you can help others and harmful such a positive influence. How can people reach out to you if they want or have questions about becoming a journalist or dropping this vehicle career wanting to do the same college is there like a website people can check out obviously, I like that it is there like an email that people feel that restarts. Why basically how do people reach out to Kyle's work there if they have questions or want to be involved with birth. You take her issues. Well, you gotta hit us up. Obviously the Draper agency, We're also on Twitter on Instagram as well. You always email me. I'll at the Draper agency, as well. And so and of course, you know, I've got my own self, you know, my Celtics account that I run with NBC Sports Boston Kyle Draper TV on Instagram and Twitter as well. I'm acceptable Grant, you know, do you know how old is Rae? I'm going to be around right? You know, it's easy to get a hold of me. So just hit me up Lovey Good Vibes. And again guys, you know box games are all about Good Charity getting back showcase and how people perform on and off the court. So let's talk a little of your charity. I know you love helping out kids and you are involved with wanting to Iraq racism. So how are you involved with getting back to the community with those types of topics aside from Draper agency? Obviously, I would try to be an exam. For out there in the community try to be a role model, but you know when talk about racism, that's something so timely right now so near and dear to my heart and you know, I've experienced it first happened, you know, I was on a panel a few weeks ago in the town. I live in and we had a Frank discussion about diversity and racism and I tell people all the time, you know, afro-americans black people whoever it is minorities who want the same things as everybody else, right? We want to live in a safe environment. We want to raise our kids. We want to make money by working hard. We want to be treated equal. It's not that much people are asking for out there believe it or not. And so, you know in a ways I'm trying to help that as create and stimulate dialogue, you know, I'm always open willing to wager guys, you know, racism social justice issues and then when it comes to kids, you know, I have a soft spot for kids. I just feel like I naturally gravitate towards them and so when it's cool, yep, Me to come speak or church or group with me to come speak. Those are things, you know, and no hesitation. I'm always going to do it then, you know, it's it's something I get as much out of it as they need to and so, you know, I'm a terrible, you know, if anybody wants me to come by and speak to their group or anything like that, you know, I'm more than willing to donate my time and whatever causes out there, you know, I just want us all you know, I should be treated equal treated fairly. You know, it's interesting. I mentioned I grew up in Philly mostly black neighborhood 99% black, but then I went to school at Winona State University about ninety nine percent Caucasian. And so, you know, it doesn't matter to me, you know, the color anything I recognize everybody as individuals and that's the message. I'm trying to get out there. You know, we all thought the same things right going to be healthy. We want to work hard. We want to pay our bills. We want to be safe. We want to raise our children. I mean, we all want the same things breath and that's what I try to put out there. I love girls. Positivity, I love how much you give back to the community. And how available is you are two kids people my age wanting to help out 100 and right. Are we in the same age demographic there? Maybe not baby. I'm not going to reveal my age. You are amazing before we wrap up here guys. You are listening to Kyle Draper took her very much that but he'd say Boston Celtics amazing sports analyst for NBC Sports. He's had a long journey to get where he is now in Boston as many Sports reporters to talk about the amazing opportunity to listen him talk about his great journey tonight on the Boston was please subscribe to our show and add us on Spotify iTunes. Well, we like to do her own boss Kyle. I'm going to leave it up to you positive pop. Give me a positive mantra. What is Kyle papers positive pop up your feeling down if you need something to pick you up. Kyle Draper is positive off. I always like to remember no matter what's going on out in the world. No matter what's happening in social media. What's happening on the news? I firmly believe there are more good people in this country in this world than bad. So don't let the negative get you down there more positive things going on in this country than negative life right now. And that's something that's so timely Britney something. I always try to remember. Amazing positive hop for Kyle penis would be weird. How can people find you on social media that way people can reach out to you if they want or follow your creative keep up with what you're doing. What is your social life? Obviously, I know we got all my channels you rock. Thank you for that. And I would say you guys listening you know that I'm also involved with the Boston Celtics as well. I was super bummed. I know you this but I'm on for a host or the yeah. I saw I was like dude what the heck I have to wait until like walk on the court have fun. So where can people find you on social media to slide near Dia. Dia for you. How you hit me up on Twitter Facebook Instagram. Snap. I'm on all the social media channels Bradley. I do have one thing though. I gotta ask you. Can I ask you one question? Sure. Let me come back. I don't know if you've seen this right here. If I see I like that if I send you my will you rock it? Will you rock it one day one hundred percent. I love that. I will actually brought that on the court for the Maine Red Claws. Like it's I don't know. It's like a cute little topic of what is 100. I will drop that on the Red Claws Port. All right. I'ma hold you to that. Okay, Jose returning to the box and you obviously, just listen to Kyle Draper you guys rock check them out on social media and good luck to the Boston Celtics and we cannot wait to continue to follow your career. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks for having me. Thank you guys. Don't stop song..
"draper" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Song high on Draper. You guys know what I'm from. All these Sports Boston is everybody's favorite Celtics analyst so let's get kicked off Kyle. How are you? Thank you so much for joining us today on boss said what's up ready? I am doing well excited to be here with you excited to talk sports entertainment. Whatever you want to chat about. I'm ready for I love that. I your attitude. I'm so hyped up Thursday. We obviously watch you on T all the time. You know, you have a great personality. So I wanted to kick us off right off the bat with a fun interesting story. I know you have just lately talking about a fun story page sort of running. Let me to add something going on with real and tell us about that. Yeah, so, you know, as you know, Brittany when you're in this business, there are certain stories you get super excited for right? You're excited to cover your exciting job. You on the front lines for me. That story was right. Now. I'm going to the Miami. He was supposed to have his introductory press conference in Miami. I think it would have been a Thursday or Friday and I was scheduled to fly down Miami to be at this press conference to grill real student. Why did you sign with Miami? Why you leaving Boston? So my boss sends me down there and I think my flight was like 7:00 or something like that down to Miami and usually I'm on time for everything. I hate being late. Well this say I actually cut it a little too close. I arrived at the airport and they may need to let me check in. I think this might have been before I could check in on the phone or something like that. They wouldn't let me check in because they said the fight is leaving and 1/2 hour you don't have time and so I'm thinking of my cellphone number if fire on it down supposed to go interview way Alex. So I wound up missing my flight. The press conference was scheduled for 10:00. I was supposed to land at a wage. Like sweating, you know, I'm nervous a call my boss. Say hey, I miss my bike. The next flight out was until like 10:00. Fortunately Britney the Miami Heat pushed the wrong conference back to like 1:00 or 12:00 or something like that and actually got down to Miami. What about 5 minutes to spare before this press conference begins and was so crazy. It's crazy Russian. They're more. Hi. I'm all sweaty is South Beach is Miami but afterwards I get my one-on-one interview with Ray Allen and it's crazy because people don't see the behind-the-scenes stuff, you know quite often job all day long. I'm nervous might not get this interview with real but later that night on T. It's like man, there's tile chatting it up with Dre. So I've got good that I've got it done but inside Bowers upper ball of nerves. I thought my career was over. I thought this was going to be it. So we've had a number of stories like that, you know their stories about t g I could tell you stories about co-worker. Is maybe I have to save it in a book though. Oh my gosh, that's something interesting story, especially at the start of your career. I would definitely be sweating bullets to one. I'd be nervous because I was going to be thinking that I'm missing my interview. I'm in Miami. I don't know what's going on. So I completely agree that I would be sweating bullets think that what you missing this interview, but it sounds like everything ended up working out in your favor. And here you are working for NBC Sports. So obviously you did something right down in Miami exactly, you know, and I'll be honest pretty that's sort of been like the story of my career, right? It just works out wage, you know, obviously I put in the work I work hard. I'm dedicated to my craft but you know, I've been blessed. been fortunate that things have just sort of worked out and here I am, you know, what eleventh year now in Boston covering the Celtics, I mean as a cured from Philly, I never thought I'd be in this position. I'm so excited and just like I said blessed to be here right now. Book about growing up in Philly. You guys are not listening to Kyle Draper guys. You all know him as NBC Sports. He's one of our favorite Celtic supporters. You guys see him on the sidelines Thursday have anger in behind the sports desk. So again, thank you so much for tuning in guys, please subscribe to us on Spotify and iTunes and Kyle talk to me about Philly. So you're not from Boston, but you're obviously covering the Celtics were to get into that later. But what was it like growing up in Philadelphia paint the picture of how it was with your family as a child. It was awesome to be honest with you. So let me describe my neighborhood to you in Philadelphia the row homes in Philly. So all the houses are connected stuff together and well my block. I was June 3rd house, but the first five or six houses all had young boys them kids just like me, so I didn't have to go far to make friends. I didn't you know, I never got bored in the neighborhood, but I just walk right out my front door and my neighbor title would be there my next door neighbor run-chase. I mean the whole neighborhood and I do remember one story. I gotta tell it because this is back when a neighborhood would raise a kit, you know, it wasn't just all your mother a father to raise you it was on the entire neighborhood and I remember I was probably like thirteen years old school blocks away from my house messing around with my friends and this older lady walks by and she has a cane and then dumb and young like I was at the time I saw her acting like I had a dog Right behind us, you know just know mess around being stupid. Right? And so one of the older guys happen to see me and he went back and told my head now my drop off box away from home. I think I'm safe. like, hey go by going to do anything to me. I'm good. So by the time I got home, my dad was ready for me. You know, I'm not going to do anything like that, But he was he was not happy with me to say the least and so that's how I was growing up in Philly and it was a neighborhood that ratio. It wasn't just on your mom and pop, you know, you know, the neighbor take yell at you if you were doing mess I was until it a great time though, man. I miss Philly a lot. I love it you grew up in Philly. It sounds like you guys were very tight-knit Community. You had a lot of friends. So let me ask you this question. What was it like during the holiday season with your mom and dad or whoever you happen to be growing up with did you have like a favorite food that you like to make during Christmas time? What was what is your favorite Christmas song? Just that you got is a child if you celebrated that holiday, what was it like during Thanksgiving paint that picture of Kyle Draper as a child growing up in Philly. So people know who you really are off the court house. I'll tell you straight up. So my favorite gift as a kid was a brand new bike. I walked into the dining walk right past the bike. I'm looking for the president and and it's right there behind me. And I totally missed it off about holidays with my family and filling let me just say Brittany. So my mom has four brothers and sisters. My dad has a total of 15 brothers and sisters took we would all get together. Can you imagine a house with that many aunts and uncles so in the morning we go out and visit my dad's family in West Philadelphia. They're beyond all those cousins grandparents. I mean, it would be crazy and then we go visit my mom's family and especially on Christmas day was a tradition always to watch the NBA. So we did at my grandmother's house hanging out off. In basketball eating food stuff in the face, you know, my wife jokes, like when she goes back and visits my family, there will be four people sitting in the room, but there'll be like multiple conversations going on across each other. So it's not like one person talk in the next person talks know everybody's interrupted each other. There's two or three conversations going on at once. It was a party every time we got together. No.
"draper" Discussed on X96
"Me about a place in draper they went to that they shall never go to again because this is happened more than once if you're a breakfast place yeah damn well better have coffee what like no coffee at all it it it just wasn't ready I've had that happen before too that's weird and then they bring out the big thermos to pump the thermos the only other coffee here and there's like two scored and it's empty did you make coffee I thought I was good you know you're supposed yeah it's a breakfast place yeah one of y'all decide who's going to be the one in charge of keeping the coffee thing Phil all right somebody make an executive decision all right okay all let's see hello lords and ladies Trevin here my list being forgetful not only am I the kind of person who walks into a room and forgets why but now I'm the guy that opens up an email to Russia must goes and I forgot this this must go I guess I can in Utah drivers especially the drivers that I encounter on my daily drive downtown I see the same cars make the same stupid moves every single day seriously you drive this route every day surely you remember that you need to turn on two hundred west everyday you need to get in the left lane away before the two hundred west intersection anyway thanks for letting me listen this one from B. hello lords and lady I just one thing the Moscow today and that's coronavirus panic every time there's some minor outbreak people freak out and go buy a bunch of supplies they don't need a lighter outbreak that's what I'm getting to he's he's a little misinformed here okay B. whoever B. is the people freak out and go buy a bunch of supplies they don't need it so dumb and these companies that sell these products are laughing all the way to the bank there is going to be no pandemic just like sars and all these other emergencies in the last decade or so a year from now people in the U. S. will barely remember corona virus virus thanks for letting me listen be I think you I hope you're right I don't too I don't think you are but I hope you're right and finally this it does not say I can say their names so I won't the term boss Babe Moscow you're not a boss Janet you so make up out of your kid's bedroom well she's trying to make a better life for let's see all right I'll go next I have one of my own atomic fireballs your favorite candy it's the candy for the modern age and it first of all they suffer somewhere along the line atomic fireballs shrunk in size they did they made them smaller but what bugs me about them is that you put them in your mouth and you suck on it and there's that great hot kind of cinnamon flavor and I like that and it's really good and then gradually you suck all the flavor out of it and it gets smaller and smaller but then you're left with is just little tiny white hard piece of candy that has no flavor at all you want flavor throughout throughout so I just end up taking that will be secured the amount thrown away a waste because yeah I just if you're going to have a brief I want flavor throughout the atomic fireball I need to know how they're made because I don't think that they have a little tiny flavorless circle that they cope with the stuff maybe it's because it's been in your mouth for so long that you just them all right all right into the flavor I don't know no no they they really they just the flavor just goes away there's nothing left this one from please don't use my name hello lord and lady been a F. O. P. since nineteen ninety five a list almost every morning and I love love love love love your show here's some things that Moscow by the way I work in a very busy DMV office not to be confused with driver's license division I work at the DMV I've just been there for ten years number one customers that want us to make exceptions for them because what we require they didn't come prepared for and now not only is it for some reason my fault that they weren't prepared but it's inconvenient for them I'm sorry you are going to be late for brunch within Celia but I still need to see your proof of insurance number two adult temper tantrums I know it's frustrating when things don't go as planned but the rules apply to you just like everyone else you flailing your arms and yelling in my face and stomping around like a two year old doesn't make me want to help you anymore thank god she didn't recognize it was me in fact it makes me want to help you less number three people lying about how much they paid for their vehicle in order to avoid sales tax I get is nobody wants to pay it it sucks however if you're gonna lie to me about how much you paid at least make it somewhat believable you're telling me you paid a hundred dollars for your twenty fifteen Mercedes is not only insulting my intelligence but you're also asking me to report you for a nice sales tax audit number four no we don't have make America great again plates and no and no I don't want to hear your reasoning as to why you think we need one nor do I want to hear why you like the in god we trust plate as an atheist the latter is annoying to say the least but I remain professionally keep my views to myself and so should you and finally people insist on paying in large amounts of unrolled Colin you **** to the man you're you're just annoying the employee helping you and making yourself look stupid believe me the man isn't ever gonna know you insisted on paying.