17 Burst results for "Emily Robinson"
"emily robinson" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast
"For me to go when there have been most of these unrealistic pressures and not an ability to talk about them. So think sankoh if you have a good manager you can talk about these things if you don't have a good manager and you can't talk about these things that often for me has been the indication that maybe is not the right longterm offer me. Oh yeah. I think that's a big thing that we came the book like the managers. Really important like actually. That's that's maybe the biggest signal if you have a bad manager you feel like isn't helping you. Psychologically safe to talk about you know like chocolate saying like not understanding things and that that could be a real a real signal that it's that it's time to move on. Yeah and then the final thing is like there are some things that are out of your control. The chains like maybe in your manager recognized that too. We're talking to someone who works in in the military like they can install our python in their computer. So they have to do everything excel and like maybe one day with the help from people way higher up that could change but he is not going to be able to change because there's lots of security reasons why they do it so maybe and maybe you know. Here's someone else to reach a point being like. I no longer want to job where i can't do this. So i'm going to leave the military. I'm gonna leave government or are these more restrictive places to go to a place where there's much more freedom and technology. Because that's i've realized that's important to me. I would just say it's also kind of people always talk about having a five year plan and a goal and you know what are your goals and i think i find that very frustrating because my five year plan is probably changed. Once every six months in my whole life i never had the worst billing but i think there are long-term things you can shoot for and data science if you think about the way..
"emily robinson" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast
"Some other analysts work and found an eye opener one he said was that an email after a couple of weeks with here are the result is really baffling like. He has all these projects going on like. Remind him what they'd agreed on the last meeting. Like what you did and how to interpret the results. So when i think that's really good so basically off her context but it was interesting because i've almost always worked in. Were the exception. But at data. Camp and i worked in embedded teams so i was working as an analyst with one team and actually i didn't usually need to do this because they knew exactly what i was talking about because like we work together every day so they knew it was a project they were working on the engineering side of for example. So i thought that was an interesting thing to of you can imagine like just because you may be mastered communicate with engineers or when you're embedded like it doesn't mean maybe left have to learn new things when you're working with a couple teams and they are working on stuff that you're not. Nc after dr strategies. Yeah emily's right. We do give tips and dive in the book. And i recommend you do research by book of course of course. I'm also say another thing we talk about in that chapter. Just how do you prioritize this work. Because it's very easy as the data scientist. Just you know especially junior data scientist you. Just do whatever the last person told you to do. And then especially the more senior. Suddenly you have ten things coming at once and you have to say some notice some stuff but sometimes you really shouldn't be the person to be. Your boss is saying no but then you're on vacation the what you do like just having thinking a lot of the prioritization and deciding what worked do van. That's really important to good stakeholder management and something we we cover within the book that's excellent. I mean one of our best practices. That i work on our data science teams at galvanize enterprises we use jira and different combine boards to definitely plan out what our product releases look like with our software ups are on a daily basis. And i think you're exactly right. You got to set up those pirates to be doing the work. But it's not all just about doing the work and managing stakeholders because eventually you're going to ship right that releases..
"emily robinson" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast
"Build a career in data science so the reason why i would say it's timely now. Emily and i both go round. We go a lot of conferences and we give talks and we actually met each other because we're giving to the conference and when you give talks conferences you get a lot of people coming to you asking. How did you get to where you are right or you know. They're not data scientists yet. But i really you do seems cool. I really wanna be that and we both just hit coins. Were like oh my goodness so many people like there's clearly some desire in the world that people are data scientists junior scientists like a desire in the world that he one of these senior data scientist giving talks conferences and joining the community. And so we. We just noticed organically that this is happening more than like us making some grant observation about the state of the world. I would say emily or feel free to disagree with me any of that yet. No i think it was like why i was interested in writing. A book was because it's really is jacqueline. Say like a great way to scale up advice. Because i saw that like lincoln messages like other folks reaching out like winding it started and i definitely want to help people but at some point you know we found is. It's been better for us to take time like right blog. Post a lot of time to write this book really. Think about this stuff work with each other. We also interview a lot of people in the books we get their perspectives. And that that. I think is really the the best help i can offer people who want to get into this field than i do. Think there's a lot of people both jacqueline sang and wanna get into it. But then you bring up the moment also recognizing okay. How do i may become even more valuable to employer. I may end up having to do a job search. what can i do to sort of prepare. That can be an attractive candidate to different companies. One thing that you both mentioned so much is about building that portfolio whether it's with a boot camp program or getting involved in apprenticeship. It's getting that hands on tangible experience in data science we look at all across the field whether it's the portfolio the simulations case studies the capstone 's these are ways to get your hands dirty coding. So that you gain that experience amd proficiency and scale up the advice as you put it so well right there emily. I'd like to dive deeper into the book into build a career in data science..
"emily robinson" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast
"Am your host the of jakovich and this is humane. If you like this episode remember to subscribe and leave a review. Now onto our shove. Welcome back to the main podcast listeners. Today our guest speakers are jacqueline. Knowle's a data science consultant and emily robinson a senior data scientist at war parker. Jacqueline emily have recently launched a brand new book with the manning publication known as build a career in data science for all our listeners. Of the show you may know me as only data scientists but someone who loves education. So i think this is a phenomenal book especially in the time of covid. Nineteen the see how we can make it in the career of data science jacqueline emily. Thanks for joining us on the show. Thank you thank you well. Let's start off a little bit to know more about both of yourselves. Prior to this offline we were talking about that Jacqueline you've been to our galvani seattle location and emily. You're in new york so we definitely have some shared connects to hear more about both of you. So yeah. my name's jaclyn knowle's. I am a data science consultant so i go around helping. Companies like t mobile expedia with data science problems. My background was in mathematics. I got an undergrad math masters in math that i worked for a few years. I really wanted to help. Businesses use math to solve problems. And this is before the field is called data science so i went and worked for a few years like analytics and that sort of thing. And i'm i really wanna learn more techniques because everything knows theoretical math so i went and got a doctorate in industrial engineering and then i started working and salton and so for the last eight or ten years or so. I've been doing data science consulting for all sorts of companies and leading science teams and now writing a book on how to become and grow your career and data science and as for me in college. Well it wasn't called data science said but basically studied very related fields of statistics. And that's where. I started programming in our went on from there to get my masters in organizational behavior and then did meta switches. Another data. science bootcamp did that for three months and went on to data camp and now worry parker as a senior data scientist and basically i got interested in data science because actually the social sciences i find the quantitative social sciences is very good background the lead into data science because these social science research process is very similar. It's you know thinking of a question you want to answer going out and finding that data that can help you answer it analyzing it and then presenting it to anyone from your professor who has been in this field for decades to someone in another department who maybe doesn't have any special expertise there and so learning how to tailor what you share about your results in your methods To the audience. So i thought it was a really good way to setting up Current data science with love world jacqueline. Emily what you both share is that you've evolved your careers from academia to industry and you've been in the industry. Even before was called davis. Science much. Like myself i was doing actual science and business intelligence and data analytics and now. The industry has coalesced into data science. We've even seen a lot of courses coming out of online recently and linked learning the future. Proofing your data science career course launched which could not be more timely just like the launch of your book build a career in data science looking at everything going on in the world today not only cove in nineteen but the acceleration of technology. Why is this timely..
"emily robinson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Pranic leaders are pleading with federal authorities to leave. The U. S. Attorney in Oregon says 18 people arrested this week face charges ranging from assaulting federal officers, toe arson and damaging federal property. President Trump sent Homeland Security, Customs and Border Patrol and other agents here officially to defend the federal courthouse. The Justice Center downtown has been targeted with graffiti and other minor damage since nightly protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis began here two months ago. Activists say the federal agents have been using overwhelming amounts of force spilling well outside federal property, and Portland Police are under city orders to not cooperate with them. Kirk Sigler. NPR NEWS Portland Public health officials are expressing concerns the Corona virus poses new risk to parts of the Midwest and the South that comes at the same time enhanced benefits that help millions of Americans remain afloat during the Corona virus shutdowns and layoffs are set to expire. Only in the pandemic. The government began providing extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits, but that is unlikely be renewed in full in the next corner of Irish relief package. New research, led by scientists at Harvard, explains one of the many mysteries of covert 19 white people infected with the virus temporarily lose their sense of smell. Greg, the motive member station WGBH has more Researchers were surprised to discover the neurons in the nose that detect and transmit smells to the brain are not vulnerable to the virus. Instead, they found that two other kinds of cells that support those neurons are being attacked. And those cells can regenerate more quickly. Bob Data of Harvard says that may explain why people with covert 19 usually get their sense of smell back in a few weeks, and I think that points the way to important strategies for treatments. Both for people who've lost their sense of smell and for people who are suffering from various neurological consequences of the paper was published in the journal Science Advances for NPR News. I'm Craig Level two in Boston. Malaysia's government now says it has reached a $3.9 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs in exchange for the dropping of criminal charges against the bank. Or bond sales that raised money for one Mdb sovereign wealth fund. That fund was looted in a massive scandal with Malaysia and US prosecutors alleging bond sales organized by Goldman. Why did one of the means associates of the country's ex prime minister used to steal billions of dollars? The former prime minister is on trial, Goldman and two of its former executives were charged with breach of securities laws. Stocks lost ground on Wall Street. The Dow down 182 points today. The NASDAQ closed down 98 points. The S and P 500 was down 20 points. This is NPR. With K C U NEWS. I'm Erica Mahoney. Carmel High School is rethinking its mascot. In this current reckoning over racial justice. The school board announced this week It intends to form a committee chair from students, alumni and taxpayers about changing the mascot. A cartoon Catholic friar named Padre Caitlin Thompson reports. Carmel High graduate, Emily Robinson says the call to change the Padre mascot is part of a broader conversation about how history is framed. What are the things that we have held up as icons as sacred? Are those sacred to everyone or they glory find something that shouldn't be glorified. Robinson is one of more than 2000 alumni and students who signed a petition to change the school's mascot. Padre reflects the Spanish history of the Carmel mission, and some say it ignores the violent treatment of Native Americans. The mascot has been part of the school for almost 80 years. And not everyone thinks changing. It is a good idea. There's a counter petition. Many of the nearly 800 people who signed it say changing the Padre would abandon tradition for the sake of political correctness. Bill Shire, a social studies teacher at Carmel High, says he plans to use the mascot toe. Ask students deeper questions about community identity, asking them to wonder. Why do you think Carmel High chose the Padre? What does it mean to us now? What might it mean to other people? The Padre mascot has been questioned before, but this is the first time so many people have spoken up. School board indicated it will look at the issue but hasn't set a time line.
"emily robinson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"But that on on the list another one that I put the brakes done with Reba. Yeah cowgirls don't cry. Yes is that a duet or triplet well off or is that a three way is that a threesome. It's to artists like Brooklyn announced but yeah they should make another category for three and then they would dominate. Obviously because this is good but it's like two artists girls. The whole song is like the dads telling her. Hey you fell horse. Cow Goes Okay get up. Hey this happened at the end. She the DAD's dying and and she's like she's the cowboys cowgirls don't cry and it's it turned on through. That's a good one. I put down the top five if I had to do one more because I have a bunch of them up here whiskey Lullaby. I'll be the moon cowgirls. Don't cry that's five. You know the one that you have you have more on there. Hi Do like this is the ultimate your big again the ultimate. We know Tim and faith like they're married his love. You've so that makes all this way more special than just artists singing the song. I wonder if there are a Lotta do ads where people were together and now they hate each other we of course about it because on the show on the radio show we were talking about The song from Dixie Chicks Cowboy take me away was written about Emily Robinson and charter no longer anger together. They're not together but it was written about them. Seeing that happen it's written about emily fallen in love with Mari. wrote it with Marcus humming about Emily and Charles in love with Charlie and they're not together but if you know that story do you think of it differently and go. Oh this is written about their love. Well ever since you tell that story I heard it in a couple of times after that and I've automatically thought about that story now so I don't even think about I mean I don't I never thought about anything but now I think about about Charleena emily like it doesn't kill it that they're not together because that's a real life the fact that they got divorced whatever real life. We never would have known that. That story wasn't even out but the song I mean that that that still lives like talking about that song still lives and if it was about them fallen in love it will always be about them fall in love. It's five o'clock somewhere L. Jackson Jimmy about it. Did you like this one. Yes you like. Jimmy Buffett them. He's my favorite. I was never a lover lover of this song. There's a guy in high school named Bryan Wagner and this dude was like a surfer kind of kid or whatever and his parents were big Jimmy Buffett fans and he got me into Jimmy Buffett and I loved that whole like party Margaritas and parrots and like tropical by like. I just love his whatever. He stood for that your thing on the beach guy. I'm an buffets my dude so when you put Alan Jackson who was I mean the king of just country music country really like Chatahoochee and all that and then put them together with take buffet and love and life. I wonder how many of these two were saying in the same studio back in the day versus now to question. But you have do we have the region idiots it's you have duets with duets. With Carrie Underwood airy Charles Charles Kelley Kelsey Ballerini so and how many of those were on the scene on exactly same room but we went through the same time. Like when Kerry saying you were there. I wasn't there correct and now I think I'm sick or something. It carry went up and just nailed. It was like all right right so that's just us. And why would you try to schedule time in your busy schedule. Do both be in the same room. Unless it's a special moment you have to be there like why would you. Why would you record at the same time? Technology man a video okay. I guess that was I mean videos now like now. They don't really matter that much anymore. People don't wait too much money on videos now and I don't see him lyric video the one with the bouncy ball in the bottom. Yeah just anything more Vienna. I'm in contrition Jan Fig Jam Cam. You know I've realized by talking about at slow. What's a a fast one that we talked about one o'clock somewhere okay?.
"emily robinson" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"I tell him we fund alcohol treatment, probably we could do that e- could do that just by putting up. Alcl, Judy by the right of inflation. So the freezing it why Williams cutting is enough two hundred billion quit working to pay for at least half of it. Put that up to two percent and you've come in. It was a drop in the ocean. Drop in the ocean is one of the most effective interventions you can make a health intervention because it because we're talking about kids who are living with parents who end up if they're not careful with abuse relationships with domestic violence, which will household five people. Anything about household five. We'll think the house fire. It's a cigarette right? A lot of people smoke and don't have a fire. Why do they have because they fall asleep because they had to drink fall asleep on the bed with a cigarette. So seventy percent of domestic five six percents domestic violence, which walking about societal wave all of which can be prevented with effective alcohol treatment, people do not wear nowhere to go. They try our colleagues enormous and for some people. It's amazing experience for other people. The whole spirituality is a massive turn of people think. Okay. We have right. That's an expensive thing that aunt or deck Goto. What is the system is barely anything out there at the moment is with with with drugs as well. So it's been collapsed with drugs recently. It's been taken out of the integral collapsed with drugs. Many people who've gotten poem wouldn't seem himself going to near a service this people, which can we get consistent feedback that people find that service threatening and the ring-fence currently being on that service. So it's been decimated and has venturing fence that ring is about to come off. So those would lowest business rates those with the greatest health inequalities are those are about to experience essentially destruction about go treatment. So that would be absolutely the first thing. I would do I'm probably that can be busy for list now to be honest because there's a lot of things have to be signing to make that happen guide. Millions like you would have. Yes. I wanna be Demi supreme just to finish by giving us a reason to prepare for. We started off by talking about dry January. Can you just give us some of the numbers around the growth of of dry January's been extraordinarily of start off with amazing women could Emily Robinson whose training for marathons going to get drinking January to kind of help train. Start later about five thousand people this year, four point two million. That's one in ten drinking adults extraordinary growth and. The key to Jamir spices is this long term shift. And I am critical. My background is research evaluation impact assessment. So I just like I didn't really want any programs majority camel demonstrated continue trying to improve seventy two percent of people who do January whether or not they completed successfully in the join us doing it are drinking less later. So it was the most effective because they've not just by having thirty one days drive that people who sign up to do the visual campaign who gets.
"emily robinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Could be considered a leading lady. Yeah. Well, there's only one woman in show business. It can do that with her voice. And I think it's Carol chatting. Wow. Remember that Arlene Francis. And kitty Carlisle and Peggy Cass that was the crew. So we'll talk a little bit about Carol Channing and also tactic toxic masculinity. Gimme a break Powell show us radio. KFB Sacramento's news, traffic and weather. State Department says at least one American is among those killed in an extremist attack on a luxury hotel in Nairobi setting off thunderous explosions and gunning down individuals at cafe tables. We could hear gunshots occasionally as well as a blast pretty loud blast as another car bomb went off. So it was a pretty tense scene. There were lots of family members who were overjoyed and very emotional as their loved ones were coming through journalists. Emily Robinson, Emily Johnson in Nairobi. At least fifteen people were killed. The Al Shabaab extremist outfit claiming responsibility in London. A no-confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May's government is set in parliament Wednesday after lawmakers resoundingly defeated her plan for getting Britain out of the European Union. We're heading into day twenty six of the partial government shutdown the Internal Revenue Service recalling forty six thousand workers for no pay to handle tax return processing refunds, Richard Cantu. ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital new center. Nick tostadas, NewsRadio K became a no confidence vote in the government of British Prime Minister, Theresa may is set for Wednesday after lawmakers plunged Brexit indicate a new UK politics into crisis by rejecting May's divorce deal with the European Union. The four hundred and thirty two to two hundred to vote in the house of Commons was widely expected, but still devastating for may whose fragile leadership is now under siege. A man wanted for stabbing a teen and woman who were found outside a burning home and back Avila has been killed by police after an hours long manhunt police found thirty eight year old Nathaniel Holland while trying to arrest him a police canine was stabbed and harmless shot he was taken to the hospital where he later died. The canine was given medical treatment and is expected to be fine. Fire crews found the two stabbing victims outside the burning house around seven pm last night with a four year old girl with bronze on her face and chest eight twelve and fifteen year old were found at the home as well and are now in protective custody. Police believe Holland lived in the home with the victims and they're investigating the relationship between them. Nick Diaz this NewsRadio KK, and traffic and.
"emily robinson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Four hours a day. It starts. Now State Department says at least one American is among those killed in an extremist attack on a luxury hotel in Nairobi setting off funders explosions and going down. Individuals at cafe tables. We could hear gunshots occasionally as well as a blast pretty loud blast as another car bomb went off. So it was a pretty tense scene. There were lots of family members who were overjoyed and very emotional as their loved ones were coming through journalist. Emily Robinson, Emily Johnson in Robie. At least fifteen people were killed. The Al Shabaab extremist outfit claiming responsibility in London and confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May's government is set in parliament Wednesday after lawmakers resoundingly defeated her plan for getting Britain out of the European Union. We're heading into day twenty six of the partial government shutdown the Internal Revenue Service recalling forty six thousand workers for no pay the handle tax, return processing and refunds Richard Cantu. ABC? News meet Mike Lester of Talon wealth management. The reason I really really liked to sit down with individuals. Everybody's situation is different. You have to find a way to navigate through all the information. And then coming up with that list of what you need it. Applies to you very very specifically take a moment to sit down and look at what you're doing. And let's make sure that your plan is right for you. Check out guarding your nestegg with Mike Lester Saturday afternoon or Sunday afternoon at one here on news ninety six five. Securities inc. Member.
"emily robinson" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay connected. Stay informed. The home of the huskies. Komo news. Coming up on. Komo news snap food benefits will come out early in Washington on Charlie harder way. The state is urging people using the program to be careful with food budget, the twenty twenty cents as will not ask about citizenship. I'm Jeff Pohjola with a federal judges ruling coming up after ABC covers the world. It's eight thirty. The State Department says at least one American is among those killed in an extremist attack on a luxury hotel in Nairobi setting off thunderous explosions and gunning down individuals at cafe tables. We could hear gunshots occasionally as well as a blast pretty loud blast as another car bomb went off. So it was a pretty tense scene. There were lots of family members who were overjoyed and very emotional as their loved ones. We're coming through journalist. Emily Robinson, Emily Johnson in Nairobi. At least fifteen people were killed. The Al Shabaab extremist outfit claiming responsibility in London and confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May's government is set in parliament Wednesday after lawmakers resoundingly defeated her plan for getting Britain out of the European Union. We're heading into day twenty six of the partial government shutdown the Internal Revenue Service recalling Forty-six thousand workers for no pay to handle tax, return processing and refunds Richard Cantu. ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven KOMO news time, eight thirty one. It's.
"emily robinson" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Horse. When you can name one lead Asian rel. I'll say John, Joe. Mainstream blockbuster movie lead I, it's a, it's a conundrum. Asian in the league, say an Oscar nominated movie unleashed with gently. I actually kinda liked them. I know you know what? When when Russia, when those countries start producing good actors, listen, we don't even food stars anymore because come food, lame, John, John, Vic over. Okay. Guys are starring in our movies, anger LIZA very accomplished director. The director over there. You gotta hang Li transgendered, no talking agent. So I understand, okay, we got a lot of work to do. I just wanna know when when it's going to be my shot when I'm gonna get a shot as a white man. What are the white men can stop being oppressed? There's a war on white men. I've I heard Bill O'Reilly saying that he was actually saying that. Real quick groupers the movie dot com. We're still doing the the website is actually live. Now. We actually got a real website for launch of Mike Khurana still from the set their wanna See see where. that's where the movie, that's where the cold open lives. And that's also where the little teaser lives and Scott by Scott. No, not Scott Clark. Put that together for me and we will working on it for last week and a half or so, and it is now sharp looking site. So there we go. You got to have an official site if you're going to be an official movie. And also that's also the place where you can click to get the the info. All you need to know about the private screenings. They're showing up as right now. There's only like thirty tickets left for the Denver screening. So that's looking good. I don't know if they'll be any left at the door if your total, procrastinator. So out hop on that now for the Sunday, that's pretty good. Because last week you were saying that it was under performing. I know was people just decided, hey, I want in so sneak preview and see, I say, okay, let's that's just the cold open. Okay. And I'll be talking about a cold open and read at it on the after his, we, let's go. Let's flip. Fuck infest. The most Inspect inspected. flex seen in the past week. Oh, shit. Also, Logan, you've got that montage me fucking up names that I wanted to play at some point number from last week. We didn't. Forgot. It's good. We come back and commercial. Okay. Ooh, in place in the second break, do that nice. That's the website. I have my my taco. Why there's some score going on under Neath that groupers the movie dot com. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Group on the move. Really, it's mood piece that Rick Rick urban did for me, they're all right. Let's go talk about three. So let's Faulk into. I saw to start off with great. Yeah, go right into it. As did I eighth grade written is wrecked by Bo Burnham leaders. Now he is. Where where would people know Burnham from Netflix, comedy specials? He's got two or three hours up there I think to and I've listener made me aware of his existence of years ago and sick was mitten I, I loved him. As I stand up performer, he's doing new things doing different things. It's almost like a new way of doing stand up. It's very choreographed. He's almost like a drop prop comic because he uses a lot of music and drops. Are you familiar with now? Stand up is it's very impressive. So that I know the man is probably a genius. He's Brian genius spectrum. Get that just from his standup. This is direct. To'real debut did it is stars Elsie Fisher as Kayla day. Kayla has your character, Josh Hamilton is our father. Emily Robinson. If you don't recognize these names, I assume that's on purpose. Audacious casting like bold casting move. Like I didn't recognize a single name or face in this movie. It's a really small movie. True, but you gotta magin that he's been in movie. He could probably probably coulda pulled a couple names which you're right that that that gives you hell and it's a bold move. Putting people in who you believe in, even though they're not big names expense. If you wanna make the movie seen by more people to have bigger names, but castle little lames. I loved Elsie Fisher. I thought she was fantast. She was very good. Do you see now Anderson now?.
"emily robinson" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"That was a drop the mic and pick it right back. What title is this movie mass up with these third billed actors and half the way and Emily Robinson. Who were they. We asked him, people are sometimes. You. It comes to one of those two names. I think one of them is well known in my no pretty who's Emily Robinson, and she's third build in a motion picture that you will find out the title of shortly. Thank you. You're welcome. Second built Cate Blanchett and Josh Hamilton. Do we know who's with who, or whose zoom in who even the first name is from the first half of the title, which is the title of a movie they were in. The second name is the second half every time. Who are the Cape Blanchette and win a date with Josh Hamilton. That was tad Hamilton. This is Josh Hamilton. So after the went on the daily changed his name. The woman usually do that. He'd murdered. He murdered his date and went into this relocation, but was stupid enough to change his first name. Jud about. Hi. Brilliant. No, we're looking for a guy, different name. Ocean's eight men out. Oh, no, oceans, eight. Oh, is there any order to how we can guess or no, Guesses you office. like. You like ocean, whatever you get freaks. Oh, that to the top billed people in this movie or Sandra Bullock oceans, eight mile and Elsie Fisher. Ocean's eight millimeter. Oceans..
"emily robinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Genre, film we're talking about horror exploitation sci-fi and so many others and then we slice and dice that. Film with riveting discussion on craft. Of filmmaking Anyway let's get to our first guest this week Bo Burnham if you know Bo Burnham's work maybe you saw his standup, act his latest was make happy which debuted on Netflix in. Two thousand sixteen maybe you've seen him act. In the. Big sick parks and rec or Zach stone. Is gonna be famous his MTV show he's also one of the original. YouTube hit makers before Justin Bieber the four Rebecca black before leave Britney alone even Bo became internet famous back in two thousand six when he set up a camera in his. Bedroom and started belting, out, songs like my whole family. Thinks I'm gay and welcome to YouTube YouTube is for people to share their ideas Thirteen year old girls How they, love the, Jonas brothers just kidding. But let's be honest. That's a hefty majority Ooh And if you don't believe, me Well then you must be a new YouTube fast forward over a decade later in created a film that in a lot of ways, rejects the medium that. Got him famous it's called eighth grade the movie follows Kayla a thirteen year old wrapping. Up her last week of middle school she's quiet. Like a lot of thirteen year old she's also a little awkward. Like a lot of thirteen year olds and Mike. Pretty much every. Thirteen year old today. She's extremely online she snaps. She text she runs a. YouTube channel nobody watches and through Kayla eighth grade tells us, a story that's both, uniquely twenty eighteen but also, totally universal a. Movie about identity school the human condition so let's take a listen. To a little bit. From eighth grade Kayla played by Elsie Fisher is shadowing a high. Schooler named Olivia played by Emily Robinson they become friends and then. A Livia invites Kayla, to the mall and in this scene the kids gather around the food court and get to know Kayla. Just, a little bit more different generation Yes she is she's four years younger than okay but people were like four years older than spotlight Fifty years old Lately not nurses Sex okay but like on, top of that she no Twitter in middle school and we did that made. Us different When did you get stabbed what grade fifth grade Paul. Burnham welcomed. The bulls, eye thanks, for having me appreciate it? First off when did. When. Did you get Snapchat I never got Snapchat actually I had it for like a week two years ago when I was trying to, get the word out about a special or something and I was so confused by immediately that I stopped Snapchat was the first thing I. Think I came, in, contact with. Social, media wise I was like whoa I am oh I have no idea how. This works or even how this appeals to someone I have to say this movie that you wrote and. Directed eighth grade it punched? Me in? The heart Such a good way but I sat in the theater in almost had a panic attack just, watching her it hit very close to home as I'm sure that it will for many other people and for so many filmmakers their debut. Feature an eighth, grade, is your. Debut, feature everyone says you know this is your most personal film this is the. For you know the one that were you introduce yourself to the world how personal is this to you It's very very personal it it's more emotionally personal than it is circumstantial personal yes about a thirteen year old girl I was never a. Thirteen year old girl I was also never a thirteen year old right now and. I was really trying to set out to not make an assault movie that was about. My past experience but was, really about my current feelings and I I was coming. To terms, with my, own anxiety when I was writing. This and wanted to, talk about, it and wanted to talk about my relationship with the. Internet in in a way and I don't know I guess I..
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a coleman hurricane erma has crashed over the caribbean islands of barbudos st martin and anguilla it is moving toward the virgin islands and puerto rico the national hurricane center says this is the strongest storm to ever hit the atlantic outside the caribbean and the gulf mexico topped sustained winds are still one hundred eighty five miles per hour erma is projected to strike florida in a few days and governor rick scott ease urging people to prepare we are preparing for our mature directly impact your state while still too early to tell exactly where the strong will hit is incredibly important that all sir radiance keep a close eye on this incredibly dangerous storm do not sit in a way to prepare get prepared now officials in the florida keys have ordered all visitors to leave the islands this morning residents will have a mandatory evacuation later president trump has tweeted that congress has six months to come up with legislation for the daca program shielding hundreds of thousands of people from deportation if not he tweets he'll have to revisit the issue even though he is ending the program in california the daca program affects more than two hundred thousand people as daniel carson reports in los angeles immigrant rights groups held rallies all day across the city protesting the white house decision to repeal daca emily robinson a lawyer at loyola law schools immigrant justice clinic says recipients should seek legal advice about their status at this point what we don't know who is being prioritised and we are unsure of enforcement actions it's very important to make sure you understand the entire illegal landscape republican lawmakers say well daca was well intentioned it was an unconstitutional abuse of executive power the justice department is giving congress six months to draft a new program after that it will stop renewing permits for people already in role called for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california a senate committee is examining the future of the affordable care act today npr's allison kojak reports this is the first of four planned hearings by the senate health education labour and pensions committee committee chairman senator lamar alexander says he wants to get a bill asked that will lower insurance premiums for people who live coverage on the affordable care act exchanges he'll have to work fast september 27th is the deadline for insurance.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a coleman hurricane erma has crashed over the caribbean islands of barbuda st martin and end goolam it is moving toward the virgin islands and puerto rico the national hurricane center says this is the strongest storm to ever hit the atlantic outside the caribbean and the gulf of mexico top sustained winds are still one hundred eighty five miles per hour erma is projected to strike florida in a few days and governor rick scott ease urging people to prepare we are preparing for our mature directly impact or state while still too early to tell exactly where the strong will hit is incredibly important that all floridians keep a close eye on this incredibly dangerous storm do not sit in a way to prepare get prepared now officials in the florida keys have ordered all visitors to leave the islands this morning residents will have a mandatory evacuation later president trump has tweeted that congress has six months to come up with legislation for the daca program shielding hundreds of thousands of people from deportation if not he tweets he'll have to revisit the issue even though he is ending the program in california the daca program affects more than two hundred thousand people as daniel carson reports in los angeles immigrant rights groups held rallies all day across the city protesting the white house decision to repeal daca emily robinson a lawyer at loyola law schools immigrant justice clinic says recipients should seek legal advice about their status at this point when we don't know who is being prioritised and we are unsure of enforcement action it's very important to make sure you understand the entire legal landscape republican lawmakers say well daca was wellintentioned it was an unconstitutional abuse of executive power the justice department is giving congress six months to draft a new program after that it will stop renewing permits for people already enrolled.
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"Former president obama responded to the trump administration's announcement calling it wrong and cruel it sparked protests in a number of cities across the us including los angeles has daniel carson reports more than two hundred thousand people have enrolled in dhaka in california since 2012 in los angeles immigrant rights groups held rallies all day across the city protesting the white house decision to repeal daca emily robinson a lawyer at loyola law schools immigrant justice clinic says recipients should seek legal advice about their status at this point well we don't know who is being prioritised and we are unsure of enforcement action that's very important to make sure you understand the entire legal landscape republican lawmakers say well daca was wellintentioned it was an unconstitutional abuse of executive power the justice department is giving congress six months to draft a new program after that it will stop renewing permits for people already enrolled for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california a wildfire in oregon and the columbia river gorge area easter portland has now burned sixteen square miles and forced hundreds of homes to be evacuated officials say this fire and dozens of others burning in the western us are sending smoke over cities from seattle to denver this is npr news from washington the future of the affordable care act is being examined today by a senate committee as npr's allison kojak reports this is the first of four planned hearings by the senate health education labour and pensions committee committee chairman senator lamar alexander said he wants to get a bill passed that will lower insurance premiums for people who by coverage on the affordable care act exchanges he'll have to work fast september 27th that the deadline for insurance companies to sign contracts to sell policies on the exchanges for next year and that's when they finalize their prices alexander has said one of his goals if kind of congress commit to reimbursing insurance companies through next year for discount they offer to their lowest income customers.
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