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"hightower" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"I'm john calloway on clayton hunt. And i'm john nash with us. Today is kelsey hightower. Kelsey seven figure developer and principal engineer for google cloud. Welcome kelsey hey happy to be here. Thanks for adding that extra digit that they took a while to earn that. So i appreciated sure. Sure well would you Before we get started into the meetings would you give our audience like a little bit of an introduction to yourself You know like tell them how you got started in the industry. Yeah i one of those people who self-proclaimed soft taught I guess software engineer technologists started my chris administration and then cut made the pivot like so many. Do into software engineering. Lots of open source work lot of product work and most people may know me from my latest endeavors around coober netease and cloud okay And then what. What are you working. On these days these days The bulk of my work internally around product stuff. Google cloud mainly around service. Technologies writes a lot of us. You know if you have any experience with service you may be thinking like functions been architectures and there's some of that you know there's cloud functions. You know things i worked on in the past like go support for cloud functions but now we have a lot more products around like work clothes and event aric using cloud to map things around but more importantly allow the work. I'm trying to do is we made a big step from vm. So something like cooper net each right packager in a container and then use declarative model to help determine how it should run. But what's the next logical step so a lot of my work is imagine a world in the service. Were we solve the service compute problem where you give us your container your application and we run it. Multiregional globally with no restrictions. So there's a lot of work to get to that point because today you have to make a bunch of trails service world coal stars type of protocol data supported. We're really working that.
Patriots Defense Needs Fine Tuning In The Off Season After Run Defense Dooms Playoff Chances in Miami
"Let's get into a little bit of games specific stuff everything again. Obviously a nice run defense is a thing. I don't think it matters much in the long run. But this was for against a dolphin team that really doesn't Rush the ball that well. This was fairly surprised. Well, I just think it comes back to the fact that really all year long. I've kind of thought that flying under the radar was the Patriots lack of first and down first and second down Edge Defenders game that can really said a sturdy edge of that's the scheme that they're going to continue to run moving forward and they're not going to go to some of these one gabbing penetrating style defense has that we see more and more across the NFL if they're going to stick to the boss two gabbing style. They are going to have to upgrade at Edge this offseason whether it's a guy in free agency that they bring in or someone like that and I think last year was Van Noy and Collins and and suck on and so forth. I think we got a little bit. I don't know. I think Bill thought that he could plug in play certain guys there like a Simon like some of the rookies like a winovich and it just hasn't really worked out that way. So I yeah, yeah, and and that I think has been the linebacker level is a problem too. I think really the whole front seven needs an upgrade in a lot of spots and they could use a nose tackle. Certainly that could eat up some blocks in the song. Along with Lawrence guy, but not being able to set the edge of the defense and really failing multiple times and doing that today. That was a big big problem for them against the Rams as well. It's been a problem all year. The Niners game with the Niners ran all over him that was often off the edge or attacking those Edge Defenders. So guys like John Simon, you know, he's a great Patriot. He's at that lunch pail type of guy bring the heart hath to work all that kind of stuff. But at the same time that player maybe works out a little bit better when you have a Dante Hightower and you have a Kyle Van Noy and you have Jamie Collins you have guys on the defensive or I can defeat box. And now when they don't have that Talent around a John Simon is easily exposed and if somebody that's a little bit, you know more in the conversation as like a regular every-down player, which has been a major concern on the edge setting setting the end of the defense against the Run. We all want to talk about why when if it doesn't laying why would if it doesn't play well that big thirty five yarder you can see that's cool. Winovich isn't playing. He got bullied right off. The ball doesn't do enough dream aswell yet. You know, I mean it is what it is. Right? And and that's just a this front seven of the defense was a concern going into a year. It was a concern all season long and then it kind of figured itself out in certain matchups against Baltimore against Arizona. They had some good run defense games, but they'll big picture and large picture is that the run defense in the front seven needs a lot of fine-tuning in the offseason. That's for
Over 900 students in Georgia school district have to quarantine
"Cherokee School Superintendent, Dr Brian Hightower says in a written statement that the high school will close until the end of August as more than 900 students and staff 1/3 at Ottawa are in a cautionary quarantine, thanks to the positive covert tests of Five dozen teachers and students. Dr Hightower ads that while some parents don't believe in the scientific research that masks help stop Corona virus he does, and he's masking up himself, saying it's an important measure toward keeping
Marqise Lee becomes 7th Patriots player to opt out of 2020 season
"Professional football player ops out of the upcoming season. The New England Patriots are now up to seven players who have opted out of the 2020 season wide receiver Marqise Lee informed the team of his decision to opt out on Saturday. The 28 year old told reporters that his newborn baby born in January is the main reason for his decision. Lee signed a one year contract. With the team is a free agent in April. He says he plans to play in 2021. He joins Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung, Marcus Cannon, Brandon Bolden, Danny Vitali and Najee Toran in the Patriots list of players that have decided to opt out of this season.
NFL Training Camp Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
"A look at the schedule and testing guidelines as things get going around the league, all players must pass three Cova tests over a four day span before entering the team facility, today and tomorrow players will. Will be tested and then return home to isolate for twenty four hours. Meetings are still virtual. After this period, players will be tested daily for the first two weeks, and then every other day. If the positive rate remains below five percent players do have the option to opt out. Really get back to that in just a moment, but first here's what a handful of head coaches are saying about today. Sorry I mean again. The emphasis will be that. We've got to follow the protocol. Be Very diligent with. That's the thing that I think that we're missing right now. A society is that. Is that not very diligent as we? Understand more and more about this. It seems that you know that that wearing a mouse washing your hands socially just. Trying to avoid large crowds You know you give yourself a chance. We're fortunate that we're testing here testing. And you know so. We're getting results quickly. Other thing that's been beneficial. Of Our and Continuing maintain, Around the League, a number of US going to have to be the best teammates we've ever been because we're GONNA have to not only take care of one another, but we're really looking after your families, too, because we're going to make the best decisions off the field and I think we've also learned you can do all the right steps, and still you know have positive tests so. We'll take them when those happen. We'll deal with them, and that's why the protocols are in place. And there's this component so far. Nine thousand nine hundred players have opted out of the upcoming season, and the list is growing some notable names here. Including Three Patriots starters also. You've heard GPS guard Lawrence do Vernay Tardif and bear stalwart Eddie Goldman. Adamant feels like this list has been growing by the minute today. Take us through exactly what the opt out means and the deadline to do so the impact of this. We'll susie this situation where I think a lot of players are concerned about what they're seeing across the country with the spikes in various states, some of these players who are opting out have friends, relatives, family members who are sick. Who may have passed in this particular case, every situation is unique and different. Dont`a hightower welcome to child in the middle of July Patrick shown is scheduled to have a child in the near future, and I think players are looking out for their safety and feel unsettled about the fact that the virus has affected certain segments of the society more of the disaffected others. It has affected the elderly, I. Think we're going to hear more and more. More about coaches around the NFL something. We're not hearing a lot of right now. It is affected minorities and I think some of these players have been scared off by and are opting for the opt out for this upcoming season. We've seen a higher than expected number of opt-outs and again players have until August third to officially. Opt Out so this may just be the beginning we have six opt outs from the new. England patriots already, and there may be more coming across the League Uzi.
New England Patriots rocked as six Boston based players opt out over virus fear
"With the NFL season on the horizon and covert 19. Some NFL players have the option to opt out of the season. Several Patriots players have taken that step six Patriots, including linebacker Dr Hightower, Safety Patrick Chung, Chung, right right right tackle tackle tackle Marcus Marcus Marcus Cannon Cannon Cannon and and and running running running back back back Brandon Brandon Brandon Bolden Bolden Bolden have have have been been been often often often out. out. out. Players Players Players have have have until until until August August August 3rd 3rd 3rd decide decide decide so so so more more more players players could could choose choose to to do do
Pats' Hightower opting out of season
"Patriots linebacker Dont`a hightower is opting out for the season. League sources are telling ESPN's Adam schefter now there are. Are Five total. It's so far who've have decided to sit out this upcoming
"hightower" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Power Project True. Thank you for taking that. Today's episode this episode recorded on May six and is with our Homey Bo. Hightower one of the names One of the best chiropractors for sure He's the chiropractor that will like. Chiseled down on people's like bodies with a big hammer and stuff. He's he's all over Youtube Instagram A bunch of places like buzzfeed and all these other like tmz type outlets always do tons of content on him because what he does is so bizarre. But it's also who he does it on He works on a bunch of UCF UFC fighters a bunch of celebrities and stuff one of the biggest ones being John Jones. So we talked about him. We talked about Michelle Waterson but the main reason why we're having him on again because the last time we had him on We we did talk a lot about chiropractors and all that stuff. But towards the end we discovered that he's actually quite political and we also discovered that he's extremely extremely intelligent Definitely one of the highest. Iq's that we've had on this podcast and he's not a virologist. He's not a doctor although he's a chiropractor. So if those are some of your requirements for listening to somebody talk about the Corona virus the lockdown the quarantine. Then I apologize. He doesn't have that. However if you keep an open mind what you'll find is that nobody's expert. Palladino said nobody's an expert on corona virus. But what you'll find is that Bo is actually. He's he researches a lot. He knows what the hell he's talking about. He's a really smart guy and some of the things that he's you know he brings up tons and tons of references in our own American history. So you know you can say that you know. He's not a doctor but what he's saying is not untrue. He's not making stuff up. He's not making crazy claims he's bringing stuff up. That happened in the past It's he blows our minds with some of the stuff that he's able to pull from his you know prone archives and I you guys GonNa Really Really Have Fun with this episode Bo is an amazing follow on instagram. Please find his links down in the podcast show notes Youtube and facebook descriptions give them. We'll follow let her know what you guys think about this episode. Let them know that you heard them on our show and ladies and gentlemen please enjoy this episode with our homey blow hightower. Yeah I remember. He hightower had like a bunch of content on his instagram about crabs that kept getting censored and then so he leaned right into. It was like what's going on here dude but guys awesome. Yeah it'd be be stressful anyway. So what's going down to the guys today? We got Bo hightower on and we're doing double duty once again. Double Duty PODCASTS. And kicking off my day here got some. Mcat oil powder in my coffee. Bean coffee in protein powder mixture ICED coffee thing that I made. And that's the perfect Kito Powder and what's cool is it's a it's a chocolate protein powder but it's the salted caramel powder and so it's I don't know it's a it's a different kind of taste by like a lot awesome. I need to get back into the the nutro pick. I ran out so hopefully I can order up some more pretty soon here but I will say that I will admit this. I tried a different nutro pick yesterday because I just wanted to get a little extra something and I felt nothing. I was like really really upset. Like not going to mention it was or like act like I'm I mean yeah I'm biased but like not extremely biased. Because I took it because I expected something to happen and it was just like wow that either. It doesn't work as good as I remember it or the nutro pick from KITA perfect. Oh works so good that it just made the other ones seem useless. So that new traffic is it's a it's on.
HOW THIS CEO INCREASED SALES AND REDUCED CHURN
"Hey everybody welcome to the PD. Revenue Leadership podcast. Hey what we do in this. Podcast is talk about what B. Two B. Sales and marketing Leaders operators experts are doing today to really break through and grow their businesses at exponential levels. Let's get it in the interview at the end. Give you an update on my courses and you can check out my website at B. Two B. Revenue Dot Com. And it's Brian G Burns. Aw on linked in they Chris. Welcome to the show was waken started. Tell us about yourself. Chris Smith on say of Happy Height shot in Melbourne Australia. We are a high CIA software that supplies league replied contract To businesses. We integrate with lots of fun software as well paying five use and emerging market later in High Chelsea S. And how do come up with this idea why he had a manufacturing business back in the day and Actually v Ceremony export market was the US back in the night and hightower's will be part of that sold that company you know you have a restraint of trade pretty tight I had the guy for manufacturing and food to something else so I started consulting and helping. Businesses grow in the export market. Very quickly are realized that they didn't have a grip on. Hi John and hi was very expensive. Lois holes contracts Blah Blah Blah. So I looked at the IMMERSION OF COMPANIES. Like zero dollars tops. Accompany site fifty dollars a month. You could get accounting softwares pretty decent somewhat. Let's do these for the CIA spice and lighter we are here we are today but it's a pretty competitive space isn't it we? It's quite a strange way. Will Wing Non added tingles guy for I think the reality of happy high CIA people talk about features features features right all the time but we are very useful feature reach grading the Gracious? That actually were sorry to take the credit but does come with human element that you get a qualified consultant Service and Services Service of its own fashion service. Sorry it's really for me. It's like competition out Bay. But you when you dealing directors or managers of Orange Prison. Whoever people just want that element all by getting get support integration of SASS product into is essentially change management and. It's hard and it takes time where we've got a very easy process sites in for lodging bars or small it can integrated very quickly and without any disruption into a company's. Y I have been doing previously so it's busy accession that regards instead of having to try to put a square peg in around how we have around. Paul Hall Ricotta Mike. It Nice and council as guess you're dealing with non technical people and sometimes the last thing they wanna do they have to learn a new system right and no matter. How Arcane their system is they probably know it is. There's right and the idea of switch into something else without that service is scary and I'm happy it was one of those ones where high chows not very happy people fear performance management. So I thought what the the catchphrase how behind charge Hijab now. It might be an we endeavour to do that and through working with out customers. Whether they're very technical or nontechnical we might that experience spies. Best spoke to them. That means that they can get on board into the subway. There's stress rings already with that. Change Management from on Pie device person with falling cabins of all these Hijaz stuff. Now maybe to the cloud all that must be really hot. It's actually not but we helped them understand that. So it's we've got ninety nine percent retention right clients so that's kind of unheard of in such sorry again it goes back to your top of China and when we say we're going to actually help you really do. Who Do you sell to certain size? Companies OR UH. Sweet spot's probably zero to two fifty employees. We have some logic companies or two thousand employees on and the saw it's built so whether it's ten employees will two thousand the largest science. It's really great. Take a sweet spot. Zero to two fifty wanted to fifty. I should say and And that seems to be where we really dominate the market here in Charlotte. Okay and what resources do you put towards marketing versus sales? It's been really interesting. I'll listen to your pod council time so to say generally without Machi solids we. It sounds you got in marketing. Really secretly putting at least ten to fifteen percent of Revenue Tamaki and you look at Sioe stuff. He'd said we'd like thirty percent of the revenue regime sales staff in the business side. Probably a fifty versus one hundred splitting you. Look at that part of the revenue but what we are doing a lot. Why very well is investing very heavily in partnership programs on main genuine partnerships? We accountant that. It's declined I pay your taxes. Do you J. Through these concerts. Okay no problem bye. Say you're using Zero Mile K. PIE or whatever? You should integrate with happy. Because they're going to be right like our. Yes but the difference is we hold the hands. Enjoy that relationship in a lot of equity with the Ken Cheese at that company. Put me onto right the captain's love us. I we pickup pickup spicy. They he will realizing now more than ever having a trusted pot and provide is it silently. GonNa do is very important is marketplace.
Tulane basketball player charged with murder in Georgia
"A college basketball player who had declared for the NBA draft has been charged with murder Tulane University guard Tyshawn high tower is one of six suspects in faces multiple charges including murder in connection with an April eighth killing the Atlanta journal constitution reports police in Henry county Georgia se divine take Anthony long died from gunshot wounds Hightower is a junior who led the green wave in scoring last season he declared for the NBA draft on April eighteenth ten days after long's death but he was leaving open the option of returning for his senior season to lane officials have dismissed him from the
Tulane basketball star arrested in connection with Georgia murder, officials say
"Delayed university basketball player who recently declared for the NBA draft is charged with murder and other counts of the Georgia sliding to Shaun Hightower who led the green wave in scoring last season booked into jail Saturday on multiple charges including murder and aggravated assault he was one of six people wanted in connection with that April eighth on the side in Stockbridge
Tulane basketball player charged with murder in Georgia
"The a college White House basketball the shifting player president who had trump's declared public for the focus NBA to draft efforts aimed has at re been opening charged the with economy murder for Tulane weeks University the president's guard been the Tyshawn face of high the near tower daily is one of White six House suspects virus briefings in faces were coming multiple out of it charges and we're including murder coming out of in it connection well often with an spreading April optimism eighth killing amid more the cautious Atlanta journal takes constitution from health experts reports the police briefings in Henry have become county a political Georgia liability se divine for the president take Anthony and he's long now died rejecting from gunshot them while wounds blasting the media Hightower is today a junior scheduled who led news the green conference wave in scoring is canceled last season the president he will instead declared for speak the NBA during draft an event on with April the retail eighteenth industry ten officials days after it's long's part of a White death House bid but to he move was leaving him to open more the familiar option of returning and perhaps for his senior safer season ground to lane talking officials up the have economic dismissed re him opening from the in team a more tightly controlled I'm by Kempen setting that the White House briefing room Sager made Connie Washington
"hightower" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA
"We're excited to talk with Tim. Hightower former professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. He's going to give his best advice and tips on how to build the home workout routine. That's perfect for you. Tim Thank you for sitting down to talk with us today. Oh Man I'm excited. Thanks for having me so what we want to talk about. Today is a home workout routine which I know brings a lot of fear and insecurity to people. So my first question is is a workout routines. Something that I am able to create by myself I would say a work on something. You should create by yourself because that's the beautiful thing about working out in your home. You is your environment. You want it to be something that you kind of own right. This is your space. You being creative utilizing what you have now. What I what I would say. There's so much there's so many resources out there right to understand Haitham. If you're just jumping into this thing. Youtube some things checkout one this. Wednesday. We have a wellness Wednesday resources for being a workouts but get gather some inspiration from somewhere you have an idea of. Hey what's GonNa begin workouts but then utilize your home to say. Hey I want to do a ten minutes of Cardio today what do I have in my home? I have accounts. I haven't chair. How can I get creative? That's part of the fun. Is You loud in your home and saying hey how can I create something? That's mine that I will enjoy in that ultimately all continue to stick with over time. I think that's great with all those resources out there. How can I make sure that I'm finding something? That's within my comfort zone in my fitness zone. Oh that's awesome. Well I always tend to if you do have like if their other medical issues or you know Always want to check with the doctor. I write to you know if you've had previous surgeries or any any type of complication. Because was right for me may not be right for you. So you gotta understand you. Just watch youtube video. China replicate what they're doing and they may not have had the history so you gotta respect where you are And with that being said the biggest thing that I would say is know what your training for. What are your goals right because everything kind of work back from there? If I'm an athlete training for if I'm trying to for a marathon or sport Or Cross lifter or just training for overall health and wellness. You want to know what your training for. And that's going to determine where you go where you start to look for information and how you build a program. I think that's excellent advice. Making sure to pay attention to your body. I think is so key so one other fear that I think people have when they approach working out at home is maybe the price tag of getting different equipment and things like that. Do I need a lot of equipment to have a really good home workout routine you do. Not and that's something that over time a lot of times people ask me what I don't I don't have this. Well what do you have? That's the whole point about being in your home. You lies what you do have well. First of all you have your body before any weights work invented. People had to stay active right. He's their body in so squats in using your chair sitting and standing up and down pushups sit ups those different things. That just require your body weight. Let's start there first because the whole idea. Is You WANNA develop a routine? That's consistent that you can do. So you you going out and buying all these weights dumbbells bands. All these things and you haven't developed a commitment of R- in a consistent routine is not going to serve you any purpose so began by starting where you are in and find different ways to challenge yourself using your body weight and then closely to that before weights. I like to utilize bands. I can travel with them so you have the band that you can put the resistance bands along ones that you can use for pushups and different things like that but you also have the band that you can wear on your knees. They're very cost effective. I mean for less than fifty dollars. You can get a whole set of them but they travel. You can travel with them. You can take them inside outside the very versatile you get a great workout so I would start with body weight and then add some type of resistance bands and I think that's so simple and so easy and that's the part that I know. I Miss A lot. Is I get intimidated. And I think well I can't start until I have wrecks or until I have wires e I'll wait until I have this perfect moment but there's never going to be a porno. There's not in the cool thing that the challenging thing but the cool thing about with social media there's so much workout information there. There's all these classes and these hit classes and you feel like they're so smart with how they developed the stuff they know we all want to be connected to a tribe a team we wanna be a part of something is the social aspect is as important as the physical aspect and so you see these things and we felt like we should start there right. We should join this club. We should do these things but what it even studies. Show it. But you're going to be more committed to something when you start where you are in small consistent steps over time so even if I just commit to say you know what this week I'm GonNa work out twice at home for ten fifteen minutes right right and I don't care if it's even just you're going for a walk and then you do that and then you build to three days a week and then you build to four days a week and then maybe go is in three months. You'll change it up and you'll start a workout or something like that but not to get intimidated by what. I don't have be encouraged by what you do have. And just create the disciplined create through the routine of just exercising daily or weekly in. That'll turn into great results overtime. Absolutely so pivoting. A little bit into the realm of essential oils what essential oils. And how can essential oils helped me with my workout goals? I'm always big on the to me. The workout is is is not or is important but it's the preparation for the workout. Right so what are you doing? Prior to and what are you doing after because I can give you a great workout. I can have a great workout and I wake up the next morning. I'm sore stressed out. Chances are I don't want to work out the next day because I'm not my body does not want to go through that torture but if I can create a routine to wear a making show in the morning I'm giving myself the proper few when the proper energy and then at night I'm recovering I'm cooling down. It gives me the opportunity to have consistent. Workout stay motivated so in the morning doing things to wake you up whatever oils some people like lemon some people like to citrus oils. Whatever it is you know just defusing something to just wake them up their energy going I like to take the soft gels the tomb rick mentioned in the last one of the wellness. Wednesday the tumor in the cabin. The morning the probiotics just for support afterwards. I'm always using deep blue. I think we all are familiar with you. Know in the morning making sure my energy is high during the workout. I'm not doing a lot of supplements. It's more hydration but then afterwards the cool down is the deep blue. It's the serenity at night. Just the the adaptive ignited. It's the utilizing the baths the whether it's eucalyptus or serenity or deep blue whatever. It is in the bath so the morning during after. But just giving yourself a chance to Have Consistent Gray workout and feel good. And that's what it's all about and I think that's one of the most beautiful things about essential oils as they're able to support you throughout the entire day throughout whatever it is. You're doing whatever your goal might be onto percent so to my final question is what would be your recommended home workout routine for someone who is looking to start on their fitness journey. Yeah absolutely I for me starting with body weight right so we're going to start with body weight. We all have chairs in our home. You gotta couch. You gotTa Cheer Right Right. Those are two things that that use your body. Grab a chair and we're GONNA work out your whole body you know. I don't believe in isolation I believe. We use our bodies all day every day. So we WANNA work our whole body or mind. Body so for me a basic squat. Okay either. I'm going to do it on a couch sitting in sitting down and standing up right or I'm going to hold on the back of the chair if I've had some type of surgery or if I'm not to the point where can squat all hold onto the back of a chair so I'm going to do a squat on a cheer. I'm going to do some type of push-up if I can't do it on the floor. I'M GONNA do it up against the chair. I'm going to do it up against the couch. I'm even going to do it up against the wall. You can start wherever you are. But some variation of a push up some variation of a squat and some variation of a plank if we all know the plank is that's where you're you're you're on the ground either you're on your hands or you on your forearms and modified as you need to if you need to go to you knees but that's GonNa work your core GonNa work. Your legs is going to work your upper body. Do those whatever type sets and Reps. It doesn't really matter but just get moving with those three components in mind Utilize a space that you have you resorts you have at home. The whole goal is to move and begin absolutely well. Tim Thank you so much. I think you have given us an excellent starting point and a way to move forward and progress and make sure that we are achieving. Our own fitness goals. That's Awesome I. I look forward to questions. Comments follow follow along wellness Wednesday. That's why I love the fact that though tears really if we've always had the best as relates to products writing making sure there were giving you the resources so please as we add this wellness component to it from a physical exercise. I I look forward to whatever comments and support people along the individual journeys. That's what it's all about must put. Let's get better together. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. 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"hightower" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA
"As well as some dough tear products that he loves to incorporate. Tim Thank you so much for being here today to sit down and talk with us. Thank you for having me. I'm excited so what we want to talk about. Today is a big topic as we're headed into warmer weather and that's outdoor exercise. So what are the benefits of exercising outdoors versus exercising indoors? Look first of all who doesn't like a change of scenery right. Yeah I like going to the gym but when the weather starts to clear up it's sunny you you know you're able to see elements. The beautiful scenery is just enhances. Your your overall mood. Everyone gets tired of going to the gym. Sometimes so just your mood right. Being able to breathe in the fresh air. Watts BIRDS WHATEVER. It is just a chance to change the environment and then also you start. January. You're excited about your New Year's resolutions and then you kind of plateau a little bit so the weather kind of gives you that extra energy and motivation to you. Feel like it's a change of season change of energy so just extra motivation to keep continuing and build upon your goal. And then you gotta get ready for your summer body so absolutely it's August stuff. So what are some of your favorite ways? I know you mentioned you like the outdoors. You'll love the change of scenery. What are some of your favorite ways to be active outdoors Man They're they're a lot. I mean being in Utah now. I wasn't as big into hiking before But it's it's very therapeutic. I what's goes along with some of the benefits of being outdoors. There's a lot of studies about the benefits of being outside right. You can get a great work on the gym. But there's something that's just being time in. Nature is so beneficial so being in the mountains where sometimes it's it's not all about burning calories Right exercises is as much for your brain to in. So if you're if I'm hiking outside and I just stopped on a rock and I'm noticing something will now. I'm I'm enhancing my my you know my cardiovascular or physical health but I'm also impacted. My mental health was exercise. Well too so I like I. I've started to enjoy hiking. I love going for walks now. I I think I'm officially getting older. So you get older. You enjoy just walks with your family. I love to run. I'm always going to be a sprinter so I'll I love to run on the track and then just there's still some of the same workouts that I do inside I'll just do them outside grabbed him. Dumbbells grab some bands in the backyard. And just go outside do some of the same workouts that I would traditionally do inside or in a gym or to do outside and I love that you brought up that mental health aspect of exercise. Because I think that's one that people tend to look over a little bit more that not only. Are we improving our body? We're improving our ability to handle the stress. That's coming into our lives or things that might be coming up. I think that's really important. Absolute so what are some things that maybe we should be careful of when we're exercising outside? The weather's just the first thing I would think about it. Just what you're wearing driving so being I mean it sounds like it's common sense but dressing appropriately. It bothers me sometimes. I cringe when I see people running in the in the morning. It's cold outside of the not properly. They don't have the proper attire on I understand you know you may start to get hot when you're running and you feel like you're sweating. You WanNa take stuff off but you still have to take care of your body and having the proper footware clothing when it's cool you WanNa keep your body warm so that that's one of the things making sure you have the proper footware on proper clothing for the weather and then just being aware of your surroundings right. You know a lot of times you see people with headphones on when the running or they're they're distracted and you're running on trail running on on the side just being aware and are you tuned in. You've got your favorite platelets going. But just really be aware of your surroundings having protective gear on and then making sure that there's a way that you can be hydrated and having some type of plan for either a snack if you're running with a backpack on or knowing if I'm going for a long run along walk you just don't know what you may get dehydrated. You may get a little tired or fatigued right so have some kind of plan of either some type of snack or some and or some type of hydration. Either on you or somewhere close those would be some things kind of stick out to me and all of those I think are definitely super important things to remember especially you know if you live somewhere that is hot and you have to make sure to take that hydration accounts so my final question for you is. What does tear products can help support me as I exercise outdoors. Oh man that's so many where I'll pick a few There's so many things that a man I feel like I'm learning every day but I know prior to something that just started doing. Not Too long ago was using peppermint before you know kind of energizing me waking me up. Of course everyone is familiar with deep blue post workout right but then also for me a really big thing is the the the the Sossamon the soft jobs the Tomb Rick Capacity in the morning products in the morning so I like to start because nutrition is as important as the physical aspect of it right. You know you gotTa have you. GotTa feel your body fuel if you fail your body if you want to perform a high level and just for exercise and stuff like that so utilizing in the morning the the enzymes and probiotics the tumor and the Bible given that in my body before exercise Then post exercise. I may even depending on how intense the workout was take some more afterwards with some deep blue and then at night. I love to elevate my feet up against the wall. Take a hot bath with some you know some serenity in there some deep blue and stuff like that it just allows your body to reset and get you ready for the next day so you got the morning you got during the workout. You know peppermint before you work out into does and then take care of your body afterward and I love that that it's not just about what are using when you work out. It's about preparing and the whole process of absolute well. Tim Thank you so much for giving us all of this incredible information you truly have years of experience to draw on and we really appreciate it absolutely. Thanks thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. If you liked what you heard today Rape Review and subscribe wherever you listen also if you want to try any of the products you lying about go to dot terra dot com or find a wellness advocate near you to place an order today.
Eli Manning and the Hall of Fame: The case for and against
"Ally manning thing announced his retirement on Wednesday retiring after sixteen seasons. He's thirty nine years old The giants quarterback who was of course supplanted by Danny dimes. This year but was a rock for for many years is now heads into retirement and it makes sense Meena In fact as a New York I all my friends are giant spans. I was on a tax change just the day before this news broke. And we're talking about that. Allies GonNA retire probably soon. Because when you look at the landscape with all these older quarterbacks on the market and what allies allies been doing the last couple of years. It never made sense that he was going to find a place to start games or perhaps he didn't want to be a backup. So this all made sense but still it. It is the end of an era in New York. I would love nothing more to come in here and defy I. I think what you all know. I'm about to say about Eli Manning I should not be wh- down calls US football cools right. Yeah I would love to say you know what guys you can't tell the story of football without Eli Manning which by the way why why is he the only person who gets that benefit say that about anyone else other than Eli. There's a lot of guys you can't tell the story of football without Aaron Hernandez put them in the hall of fame or if you want to look at pat super we were both. I mean they don't want any of them without dont`a hightower that's a holiday thing. Greg is compared. Eli Manning to know first. Ten Sahal Hyphen reductionist could be just one thing. You consider about a candidate quite well the few want ally in the holly. It's either two cases. One one is longevity. which is I think? A lot of people throw out. Because there's just too many guys who would get in by that and then the other is the two super bowls in the story thing. That's just not about how I would define it. It just becomes an argument. About how do you define the hall of fame. I think in my case against him has always been and yeah. I've been making this case for probably eight or nine years. So this is how long he's been average He's just been averaged entire career. Average in completion percentage yards per attempt. He's actually really way. Below average in the law of the interception categories passer rating these average. He's just for the time he entered the league to the time he left the league. He was an average quarterback over or that span. I I still don't like that being the conversation though when he retired. I we've had this argument so many times that I think we're just tired of it like we've said everything that there is to say about. Eli Manning in the Hall of Famer Eli Manning in general that. I actually was annoyed almost yesterday that that's the conversation when a really great player who was a big part of the league in you know no matter whether he was a top five quarterback no he never was maybe in two two thousand eleven. I went through it once. I think I had him at a top five quarterback one year top ten quarterback only one other your. Yeah that's not the hall of fame but like immediately the second he retires. The entire conversation is like the start of the public hall of fame. Talk which is GONNA be. Never any people are so confident about what's going to happen you don't I know what's going to happen becoming. We were like you know he will be in. It's like you don't know that I think the manning name like this is not a new thought but just that we've talked about royalty and stuff that he's sort of this. NFL Family fixture that. The people voting for this. I think they're gonNa Push Eli Manning right in not maybe. CBS voters down. The conversation depends on who he's against. Though you're really does. Conversation will be never ending for five years then going in. I'm sorry I don't listen you. Everybody discounts counting stats and cory will get too caught up or only point at the two rings and the two superbowl. MVP's but I just think there's something that'd be so if he didn't win those super bowls he's he's not he's not going to have him. I get that but there's something to be said and it's always been feel overlooked both on this podcast aspect in general. Because Eli can be a target. I feel like on twitter that the giants drafted him or the chargers. Technically but the giants Brought him into the team in two thousand four. They put him in the lineup in around October that year and then they never had to think about the quarterback position again for the next ten eleven eleven twelve years and I know things didn't end very well but they should have been thinking about it so when you're when you're talking about right ten years okay I'm GonNa say ten years when you think about other teams about your Brown's Mark My jets so many other teams in the league that go through constant search a churn looking for a guy and you end up with a stop. Stopgap and a rookie. You stinks and then a stop Gat and then another rookie. And maybe you hit on something. Like the SEAHAWKS got Russell Wilson. They don't have to think about anything. Russell Wilson's a better player than the but he eli for ten twelve years. They put him in there. He did his job. He was not spectacular but he was steady. You never had to worry about him getting hurt because he never did. He's the most durable the player ever. You'd never had to worry about him saying stupid something stupid to the media. He always handled that very well. You never had to worry about him. Getting into like a behind the scenes drama with with a coach and exploding and him being at odds and using the media to get a point across and all that stuff he was a Walter Payton Man of the year guy he was a total title. Good Dude and in those playoff runs. Then you factor that in for me. He rose up in historic way. And then just beat. Anybody didn't beat the Jacksonville. We'll jaguars didn't beat a Pittsburgh. steelers heat the Patriots and he'd be Bill Bell Check and he'd beat Tom Brady. And if if that's not something that should be given added points knowing who the Patriots are and what they represent in this era of NFL football. I'm sorry I disagreed to just kind of view that uh-huh yeah beat the Patriots. No he beat the greatest team of all time the greatest quarterback in the greatest head coach. I think that means a lot. His team did right playing. Okay Ah in that Super Bowl. I don't think he would say he had the best game. Even the play he's known for is crazy play. That could never be replicated. The two twenty eleven run is what I remember most fondly. Va Man. I think people kind of forget that won the last game of the regular season that they played it was against the cowboys and then the three league games in the NFC playoffs and that Super Bowl he had a collection of some of the most improbable. Low percentage awesome throws goes for five weeks. Stretch that you'll ever see Joe flacco kind of had a somewhat similar run any add little moments like that the year after they won the Super Bowl two thousand eight. He was really good throughout the year but they didn't win the Super Bowl because if eli manning they want it because of their defense I mean they wanna because of Justin Tuck and he learned of it. It's equally reductive to me to say. They won because of the argue he was part of it took to get into the. I mean the kind of connected back to the HIGHTOWER. No one's out here making a case for hightower you kind of do you. You like to throw this one in. I is the single most important outside of Brady and Gronk like the Patriots. Don't have this run of Super Bulls without dont`a hightower. I think I don't think belongs in the hall of fame but you could every all of the cases were making for. Eli You could just as easily make for like twenty other other random playwright quarterback a case you've made for you. I think is the case. Why he's a great memorable? NFL figure. It's just that's different than in. Our weather also talked about about it forever his position he was not a top ten quarterback. I would say for every year but two of his career. There's no one in the hall of fame you can say they've also said forever. You're in West. You've quoted Vince Lombardi on this that the quarterback it just the most important for a position or a position where the spotlight as and that comes with way. More pressure To it then dot high tower where his position is. I just think what you I was able to do in that spot in those two years is something you can't take away from. I and and say oh he was carried to titles. Because I don't I just don't see it that way. I think you've you stated the case very well. I think it falls shy of the hall of fame. I think if you're a jets fan like Dan or you're the browns fan and you've seen nothing but Ship wrecked chaos at the quarterback position. That the the idea that you would draft someone who would play as Eli did before a PR stunt got him benched you know. Couple of years twelve years of sixteen starts and by the way we are stunned. Got Him benched. He got himself well. That's fine but I'm saying but also the disrespect I just giants fan and you draft draft Philip rivers and he. He did what he did. But you get Eli Manning out of it and you know. He's going to win two super bowls in essentially a total ironman at the position. He's a hall of fame to a lot of giants fans I get. I don't think he belongs to the meeting. Early either reading a story just reading up on allies career. I completely forgot the whole two thousand seventeen. Ben mcadoo where's Ben these days but Jacksonville Jaguars Ben
"hightower" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"What's the next generation of the past companies? Look like so. It's all about what you're doing doing right so running a container isn't all that exciting anymore. So harajuku sweet spot was giving giving your source code and behind the scenes. They're packing it in some container and running it for you and you get an IP address and for a lot of people that's all they need and that's perfect when we start to get into more complex use cases where I WANNA do a little bit machine learning. I need to store fifty pedder bytes of data. Then you start to look at. Does that platform having place to store fifty headed by data at a competitive cost. Then how easy. Easy is that to authenticate to that particular set of data. And how fast is that transit going to be to that data and then you start adding adding other things like databases. CDN's and caches. Auto Mall. where I give you a set of photos and you tell me if it's a dog or cat all of these as things become building blocks that when you start to say platform in the future people are going to look down the list and say hey? How many of these things do you half half? Because if you don't have them then I'm going to have to go figure out how to get them either. Run them myself. Build it myself. And that's not really than the platform that form seems to have gaps and is lacking so. I think we were well past in that for everyone if all you have is a simple. API or maybe a couple of web pages a lot of these things that make sense so these are specialized platforms in the future. I think we're GONNA see a lot more specialized platforms like the cloudflare workers where you can run some of your workloads workload at the edge in the city in capacity so maybe you have a front door to a lot of your logic can live on edge and they're going to have some platforms they're going to be designed to be optimized for storing. Lots of files so you have a photo service then you gotta be wanting to be close to some object store and you can have all these platforms at your disposal and guess what the demands are going to be that the all be easiest Hiroko. Mike cloud run for example at Google. You give us your container you can give us a very small foul. And we'll deploy that container and we'll scale it across multiple regions we do if low-bouncing fellow or for a lot of people. That's a a lot of the whole Roku. Feel if you just WanNa give source code again you can use. One of those function frameworks but guess what users also want global low balancing they want data the stores like spanner that deal with global data. Object stores like Google cloud storage and things like auto and melted tied all together so I think pass is just gonNA GONNA be a little bit more demanding because customers want to do way more than they were doing ten years ago. All right last question tell me a subtle aspect aspect of the Kuban Eddie's ecosystem that is easy to miss the Kuban as API is the most important piece of the Kuban as ecosystem that container. Run time that container orchestration platform is the first system that was built using the Cubans. API and if you understand that you can understand that Kuban as is moving into a direction so when the web came out you have web browsers and web servers and they may HDP HDP calls and there's headers in their bodies if you extract out the protocol piece then you end up with a restful API is now we can start to build. A P is is is the foundation for graft you well foundation for DRP see because we extracted one of the most important part of the web which is h. e. p.. If you think about Cooper Nettie if you extract the Cubans. Api out from the container orchestration piece. Then you're left with is the API server things like the are are back at CD for storage. And now you have a way to describe things using the coubanou style. API So if I want to spin up a database this is not about outrunning containers. I can define a custom resource definition and say how many nosy one that database. How much you want to pay for it how much storage etc cetera create that carbonates can fig give it to the cameras? API and then. I can build my own control loops that call the necessary cloud provider. Api's nice to give me that database. Keep that database running. And if I WANNA get fancy I can add another CR. D Costa Resource definition that backs up that database the race that database and what people have to understand Kunis as universal control plane decoupled from running containers. They'll see the true power. What this whole thing is about Kelsey? Thanks for coming back on. Awesome enjoy being here. Cruise.
"hightower" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"There's the customer facing teams whatever different teams throughout the company at this point have set up their own. COOBER netease clusters they've each got Kuban. Andy's clusters you. You know at a certain point you get to a point where Kuban. Eddie's clusters are strewn throughout the organization. And they're not connected to one another. Does it make sense to to have some kind of central coober netease cluster that I issue commands to and those commands are federated out to the other clusters stors or is it okay to just have these disconnected disjointed Kuban Eddie's clusters throughout the organization. Yes I think it just depends. Depends on how the organization works. So I've worked with a lot of companies that you described and what it turns out. It's not just one company a lot of times. These big companies these are made up of many small companies maybe by division maybe some acquisition and they typically run a bit independent and their interface is really at the top. Meaning you have to go through some low balancer or some special network to get to their service. So the fact that they all have their own Kuban as clusters really represents their chew organizational makeup. So once you have all these Kuban as clusters. Let's start to think about. How can we share tooling and workflow? I think there's two parts of this. This is the right side. How do I deploy things into those clusters at in this the read side on the read side? That's about saying you know what if everyone here is going to be running coburn as on on their own while step one. Maybe that's a good idea because at least now we have a system that has enough Meta data and accounting about what's being deployed by WHO and win and there's hooks in there that we can afford company wipe policies so my order. I order business would be first. Let's read and make sure that we can account for what close Out there so once you have a catalog of all the Cubans. Api In points. I can then start to pull in all of that data. Tell me what's running where. How big those clusters are Arwood virgins and things around security? The second thing I can start to do is think about either shared Tuli so maybe today those teams have set up their own clusters and they're hitting that. API directly now in some cases. Some teams will be responsible enough to handle that what I really want those. Maybe teams using in some CIC de process that has been you know kind of hard coding in many ways that this application goes to this set of clusters and then that becomes is the policy. So really what I want is policy. Engines dictating worthing. SCO because they may have something to anchor our discussions around the policy for this team's James Applications say they go to these clusters and they moved from. Qa to production in this way. I think that's the second thing you WanNa do now. In terms of aggregating things via a big central cluster that starts to make sense and that becomes a little bit easier once you have these other things in place place. What's out there in a way to get things out there? And once you have that then you can start consolidating clusters around boundaries that make sense so maybe three different teams teams are actually building things for the same region of the world. In that case I can decide. Do I give them dedicated. Cluster because of security and other boundary concerns learnt or. Do I give them a single cluster. And maybe used things like Kuban as name spaces to segment them between. But you can't really make these decisions Gent's until you kind of decouple people from directly using coburn eighties the CD step is becoming more important. It's becoming coming thicker. There's products for security and compliance and static analysis that are plugged into the CIC step and then there's feature flagging which offers another step for how to do a release. How does this? Cic d look in the limit. I mean you work at Google. I'm sure the CIC the ICE CD step at Google is you know as mature and as it would be you know would like a decade into the future if we do you know where to compare it to probably what's available in the open to or maybe not. I mean you told me what is the future of the CIC step how does it mature so I think tolls get more mature meaning all the patterns that you hear about or read about about how people are practicing because it's a practice Cic d we like Canary Analysis feature flags. All of these things that we practice are starting to become software in their own right and that means we have more modules to pull from so we're starting to see is almost infrastructure standard library. Right you don't have to invent these things from scratch anymore. There's just enough out there. The future feature to me looks like those things will continue to mature the way I look at see. I see it's a way to serialize your company's Culture Right. Ideally if your company says we have to have manual intervention before we deploy to any environment than the CD tool should be able to support that company culture if your company says when we check things in and they get tagged they go all the way to production after a little bit of integration testing and Qa. Hey then again you're cic some support that so I think the future CIC is rooted in the practice of so right. Now I think there's a false whilst belief that there's a golden way to do see I city meaning I check encoder goes production without any human intervention. And and I think it's the thought that makes people hesitant to adopt it because that sounds scary. The future's going to be when we start to land the cultural aspects it's of continuous delivery and improvement into the actual platform. So it's going to be the other way around. The tech is going to mature in its own parallel time time line but I think people themselves their understanding of delivering software is going to improve the most and that's where the unity the broader adoption. There there seems to be some difficulty in purchasing decisions these days. If you take a big enterprise you have individual developers on the ground who want to purchase things to solve problems. And generally they're given not exactly carte blanche but they have a lot of freedom to say. Hey I want to buy this thing as long as it's vetted by the security team or whatever we can buy it you know but in some cases not and in other cases you know you have some central see so or our chief technology officer. Whatever that just can rule from on high and say? We're GONNA buy this and everybody in the in the company is going to. He's going to implement it. What are some some strategies that enterprises can use to make better purchasing decisions because you have some companies today that are just really struggling doubling with their cloud bills like they're just they're realizing Oh my God we're spending way too much money on software? We have no idea how these people throughout the organization. You're using it. which no we get this huge you bill every month and we have no idea? Should we stop paying it. If we stopped paying it what's GonNa break. It's kind of scary. Yes it's real tough the way I think about this problem is I remember in high school. There was this thing. Hopefully I wasn't the only one to experience it. You have to go school shopping for your school clothes. And the best scenario is you go and you pick out your clothes and then your parents pay for what you describe is the enterprise saying I know. Oh you need score close. I'll be back and I'm going to go by what I think you should wear. And they bring back all these clothes and something's fit some things don't some do things are not your style at all and they say you're gonNA wear these clothes because I bought them and now you're gonNA end up with a whole bunch of tension because number one. You spend money on things that I don't want or maybe don't even need and you expect me just to use them anyway number one. I'm going to approach this whole thing with the bad attitude. I'm probably not going to wear and just is going to go figure out how to treat these things in for something that actually do want or you know Dr Constraints and want to go out and so my own clothes and take home. Mix Year because I have have to replace this atrocious wardrope put together for me in the enterprise. I think the further away the person who has to use the tool is away from the purchasing decision. You're going to create the same dynamic and I think the key is I think most enterprises have every. POC possible anything that's is for sale. I see a Lotta enterprise which is by everything and they buy. Because there's Kinda shooting in the dark and hope one of these things stick right. They went to a conference company. A that looks like there's is using tool and they're deploying fifty times a day. Just copy that and the problem with that is they. Don't understand that there's probably someone behind behind the curtains at that company. That's doing the dedicated hard work. So I would say when I worked in the enterprise. The Way I tackle DOC Washburn on I remember I was trying to roll up. Puppet and puppet is a configuration management toll and I really want to replace the way. We're deploying software. We were reading these. You know confluence docs like a wiki. And we were copying and pasting commands to deploy applications and you do one server at a time to make sure that you didn't mess things up and if you did you would try to rewind and cleaned up and do it again as like this is a great case for configuration management. So I brought it in and I remember. I was very excited because I was able to automate some of these books and then people looked at it and it's like no that thing is to new. No one knows what it is is probably not secure something something something. We're we're not doing it and I thought about it was. It wasn't the fact that puppet was the right tool that needed to happen. It was that I had to do. The hard work and part of that work was going around for six months and helping every team outside of my area of responsibility included package all their applications and RPM's and do it by working side by side with the developers and getting their buy in once. I was done with that going through all of the run books and make sure that it had every step that perfect and the people who wrote those books had by in two years later. Now I'm able to use puppet because I got all of the by by doing the work it myself. Getting others to help retreating other people teaching other people and inspiring them into action. No one thinks about that when they purchase software. They're not buying software and Santa Right. Now I'm GonNa go do the heavy lifting and two years later we can use that software zoom out as we wind down examined the industry a broader perspective. So there's companies that are interesting to me in some ideas that are interesting to me. Her roku is one of these companies. Hiroko has been incredibly credibly company. And since the rise of Hiroko we've seen some next generation platform is a service companies. There's Netla fi and then we've seen the cloud providers offer these better and better managed experiences. But they're still kind of a wide scope of different things at the cloud providers do and in some sense. You want a more narrow experienced the past products. What is the future of pass?.
"hightower" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"hightower" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Hightower welcome back to software engineering daily. I'm happy to be back and I think this is the first podcasts. Pass where I've come back twice awesome. Well glad for that to be the first I am just returning from Cube Khan and aws reinvent. And and I'm trying to understand how these two ecosystems fit together. What is the overlap between the Kuban? Eddie's ecosystem in the aws ecosystem mm-hmm. I think one big overlap is this whole concept of cloud native and the patterns above it being rooted in open source. So we're starting to see that overlap before I think earlier you know it was all about cloud pick a vendor and you know. Ideally they do a good job and you kinda get locked into to their ecosystem for better for worse but now what we're starting to see between coupon and aws reinvent is that a lot of these ideas are now open source. Ideally really you see things like coober netease and they're far gate for couvert is adopting the same open source ideas. API's platforms that you see. A KUKOC DO do these. Two Ecosystems coober nineties ecosystem native speaker system. Do they compete with each other. Yeah this competition. I think on multiple areas and then this course course the natural competition. So if you think about Lennox that before Dave Lennox an all cloud providers trying to host links for you in the form of some Vm Liam wrapped around a broader. Is offering so it's going to give you things like load balancers. Im in storage in the cloud native worlds very similar right open API API's open platforms so now what you're starting to see. There's a lot of collaboration when we talk about the source trees like Hey. I want to contribute feature the X. Y. Z.. Because that's what my customer base needs. So that's where you're GonNa see this collaboration because we have enough extension point and so forth on the open source side. The Competition Asian comes in. When let's say we have a an existing container run time but maybe we feel that we can do a little bit better do something different focus on security then we start to see competing ideas and offerings? That may now kinda split the community you know now. Some people may decide that they don't want to run you container D.. Or let's say red hat's container run time cry you and they just want to go to firecracker now so that's a new entrance into the container runtime space. That's going to divert attention. We can dive a little bit deeper into some of those technologies but take me inside your empathy Matrix tricks when you think about your description of the playbook you think. AWS has been executing since the rise of coober net is because aws was very well positioned to respond to the potential competitive threat of coober. Netease and I think. Aws has has executed quite well. But what is the playbook that they're running. Do you have a perspective for what that playbook is. I think something that's fairly transparent apparent that they try to meet customers demand rights right there in their model right. They WanNa be this customer obsessed organization and when Google Google put out Cooper Netease we put it out for everyone like android the go programming language chromium all of these things we tend to do in the open open. Open Ideas Open implementations and I think what Amazon seeing you know I don't work there of course is their customers. Want to be on top of this open wave of thinking thinking and it's not just because it's open free right now what we're seeing. It's opening better write. These things are Cooper nighties feature wise is feature to rich has a great ecosystem. That's building around it extension point when I can see this if I was a customer standing from the side if I were to compare. UCS US versus If I can get both of those tools in a fully managed setup. I think I would lead towards Coburn Eddie's because of all the things I just mentioned. Aws Is this mostly closed and proprietary ecosystem and coober netease is open source but most of the consumption in other cooper netease is through these proprietary managed. Kuban Eddie's offering so even e- KS which is kind of the more open in flavor of e c s in some ways. It has. Its its lock in through things like I am. Policies and all these providers have their own flavor of locking. I have I have not seen yet. The you know the ease of portability or like mirroring different different coober netease like infrastructure systems between different instances of a managed Cooper Netease provider. So what does it even matter. That coober netease is open source here. If we're going to be locked into a specific cloud provider with whatever managed Kuwaitis installation. We choose to use. What does this open source? I even matter here so this couple of things so you have to decouple integration work from locking. Google Cloud Azure aws. We all all have our own implementations of I am and carbonates afford space to be able to integrate with any of those right. There's different ways. You can integrate one way would be just exposed your platforms native Meta data service directly to the pods. That run inside of Kuban is another way is to link community service accounts for identity and allow those kind of pass through or be transparent to the cloud platform that form so in the one scenario where you say. Let's just make cooper nineties a trust domain. What you're starting to see from the cloud provider? So that means Cuban as can be first first class issuing tokens that can be used to authenticate to the rest of the cloud platform. And that's just the recent thing that carbonates enabled over the last couple of for years so in that case you have to be a little bit more patient to say. Is there something we can do. Better than the native integration. That gives us that portability out. I think the last thing here is is why is it important that it's open source. I so that you can actually get what you mentioned. So if a provider decides to lock you in. That's kind of their freedom to do that right however I choose to integrate but the one thing we can do is we get the portability of the workflow. And I think the workflow is really what people are after. So it's not about Having all of the cloud providers provide all the same. API's all the same services that race a commodity. Maybe I think some people believe that. There's a world where that makes sense. And but I think in the way of Kuwaitis is even if you have all of these differences we still can describe them using the criminals. Api We still can integrate but them using the same workflow Clo. So at least when you end up in that world you can describe what you have and that makes it easier to port. The workflow between the multiple providers Amazon's Amazon's managed version of COOBER NETEASE E KS. Google's version is G K E. Have you heard any anecdotes. About how the U. X.. Of these two managed Cooper Netease versions compare to each other. I'm trying to understand watered. The key design considerations between between different managed gubernatorial installations so G. K E is about a world where Google manages the control plane for you so that means at cd not the Scheduler the API server none of that runs today in your infrastructure nodding your project not in your VP. See We control that we manage it we fully upgraded and then inside of your you know your project or your account g. e. you get the notes and the nodes are the the things that we managed using the API so that means the nodes are fully managed we create the nodes. We are a scale the knows we have a thing called auto repair. The goal is to make it. Feel like your cluster is fully managed by someone else and you just leverage the company's API. But you have enough there to customize so if you believe you need to have a mix of standard nose in your cluster plus somewhat. GPU's or these tensor processing units tip use for short you can do that using the G. K E API so it's fully managed thing now. Let's go to E. S. E. K.. 's that people have used today that is about getting the control troll plane which will running your project in your account and then once you have that control plane as up to you to bring your notes to the table so you can use a cloud formation template you can use some open source command line tools. That thing we've works has a really nice tool that people are using at the T. L. and in that will try to do is is creating new poll to attach to that control planes. So at that point you have to kind of manage the nodes yourself. That's your line of responsibility. The other thing that I don't think you mentioned was far. Gate for E KS. And what that does it says. Well let's treat could as like a service platform but we're GONNA make some trade right offs here so this is going to get you closer to G K E but the trade off to do that though is in the far gate for KS world. You can't do everything that the Koreans. API support they make some trade offs for example block devices. Can't be used. There's a concept of a Damon set so these logging agents or whatever agent. You need to run on every machine eighteen. But not inside of every container or Pod. Those are also not available. So it's almost a subset of Cooper Netease to get you closer to that fully managed to experience that you see in. Ge You mentioned this far gate product from Amazon and the first installation so far gate was just a standalone container product and it was an ambitious in great idea. Just you WANNA spend up a single container almost like a little bit more of work and isolation properties that you would get out of Hiroko like experience I think but initially it did not integrate with Uber Netease and today. It does integrate with Kuban as did integrates with ks so that you can have this combination of a man man. You can have a lot of configurations of combination of managed experience in an unmanaged experience on the Amazon cloud. Can you explain the importance. Wouldn't of that. Far Gate standalone container product and its integration with E KS. Go a little bit deeper on the synergies between those two products. So I gotta remember if you step back Acura second. There's s which coober nineties base. Bring your own notes and manage it. Then there's ECS which original container run time. That's a little bit closer to like docker swarm or some of these things that really kind of assumed a world where there's one container per vm. Maybe you can pack them densely but the idea was was just one container and we would just automate that for you using more of a declared configure right so this is kind of closer to it. Nomads doing docker swarm previously. That's the idea of what. UCS in that product was really early on right it predates coburn. As for the most part I would say and then far gate has two flavors far gates goal is to try to make the infrastructure disappear so whether you like to eat ks. API or the API they just two different API's to manage containers right. One gives you the whole power communities in the way of thinking about pods warm more containers plus volumes and secrets grits environment variables and annotations just all of this stuff that we attribute to the carbonates. API VERSUS UCS. which has its own thing not has its own community it has its own way of thinking about this problem? Far Gate comes along and says well. What if we were able to manage everything for you and allow you to you? Know move towards this idea of service like this idea that the cluster is somewhere. But you don't interact with the directly and instead you focus on either using a Kuban as like doc. API or the API to run your workloads.
Visiting one of the world's tallest wooden skyscrapers in Vienna
"Is known for its ponderous imperial palaces but it's also leading the charge on contemporary architecture texture one example of this is Hojo Wien the eighty four to hightower in northeast. Vienna is seventy six percent word and is being lauded. Ah Lighthouse Project for the cause of sustainable living set to open this winter house apartments and offices as well as a hotel restaurant and and wellness center Alexi Korolyov reports. The concept of sustainable living has always been very popular in Australia. Both culturally and architecturally architecturally. But this man came Missouri Carolina. I'm architect in the office would pop the big has taken taken. This idea to new heights his latest project. Ho Wien is a skyscraper made of wood first of all the funny name. Yeah it's funny only name but did express the joy that we had to get the chance to play. This project always holds house quite easy. Wooden building wouldn't wouldn't high-rise house. I rise so why would I seem different reasons. The intangibles have some innovation nations energy materials. Etcetera that's the one recently the other reasons that we think that would is very important. Building material will vary Ekanayake remains. Still the building is not one hundred percents said No. I think we try to use every material where it's it's the. The best is easy that we have a core concrete and dress is because what is a material that this very good to resist whether it deserves. Some insulation qualities deserve renewable material and. That's one of the most important things that we try. Not Out to US material that we have to replace a lot of effort into real self growing in the marketing materials cereals and in a lot of articles that have already appeared about hoving. It says that it is the first such wooden skyscraper in the World Etcetera. I think a lot of skyscraper projects but it's true that it was one of the first one of the highest buildings that has been real constructed. Did Not plan to think they're fantastic. Plannings from Green in Australia from is swim in the states. But the thing it was the first project where you can say okay it can be. Built v very simple thing that's like playing rece- Children Galina still had some convincing to do before. The project was given the green light by the authorities. He even staged a fine to demonstrate the building's fire safety so if it burns notes only in this little little Bob and then it's much easier to to protect the rest of the House and strategy. He arrived authorities and they said okay. Sounds intelligent it's continue and the very important part of this project was because it was integrated in this concept that it should be multifunctional multifunctional project so that you can insert every single Taylor. Offices apartments fitness a clinic. Whatever uh-huh multifunctionality is one of the most sustainable elements. You can fix this plan. And you think that this will be just one special project one of a monument to a visual audit thing that there will be more. I think the reason why we made this was not to make a monument. I think it was only by accident that they've been the highest skyscraper in this moment and it was not our goal. We've been surprised ourselves. Sal but the main goal was wanted to show at vote as the same possibilities like concrete or steel there so our goal was more kind of off. Sign that we can see. If we can build a high-rise then it should be easy to build normal housing project. I think this is from from four to eight to ten floors. What you have in the city normally for monocle in Vienna. I'm Alexey Orlov.
The Bitcoin Podcast: Eric Fulton of Keybase
"Taylor say hello. Brevard one Taylor for my criminal bag to. I am happy to be back got blonde. I'm blonde now. I want to change my twitter profile pictures of the No. It's funny though. Okay the what do you call it. There's the moment of recognition by and there's like a period of time in between when they see me and then when they've recognized me and it's really entertaining ruler me. Oh yeah like it's really funny. So what's been up. What's and what's going on since last time you've been here? How's life I think lots been up I I it's been a while It's been good. It's been crazy My daughter is now fifteen months old. And that's a whole new adventure urged walks and runs and jumps Does stuff while I mean. It's like every day is a new thing. You Know Shoal Lake. She'll do things that that make you. Just Kinda like sit there and look at her and go like holy crap like you're you're really a tiny human wow Because for so long they're really just blobs. They're not really you know they. They smile but they don't really smile at being human. I found a real human. Ya You know human but making human. Yeah it's like an enormous love and now it's it's a whole new thing Oh Yes oh her. First word was actually not a the word. It was a phrase and it was. What's that then that what's that means? Like what is that meaning like. You know like she'll point at something the thing is like what's that but also it means like I want that and why aren't you giving me that. And Hey like pay attention to me. That mum about everything and then her second word was was kind of like meow. But it's It's not saying unlike Miao it's like actually making the sound that a cat makes audubon. Yeah I can't make this Allen because I don't speak cat but she does. Yeah and the funniest thing is that so Jordan will pull it like a little like a cats meowing youtube video. John and then there's like a chorus of cat sounds coming from the phone and also like she'll make a chorus of concerts off and it's actually hard to know conventionally like what's a cat and what is my daughter future. Was that guy on all the police academy movies Middle Annoys is talking about these master. I don't think that's what I'm talking about. But I I think you were either from police police academy but I'd always talking about hightower. Yeah I to our was his name. I don't even know why. Why do I know that interesting interesting? Because he was the black dude on Kennedy movies. So you just think it's athlete. You're absolutely right identified with them so we're GONNA talk about curt today I had at the aeroplane and I had a I was thinking to myself that You know crypto. We've been talking about mass adoption now for like a decade and I feel like we will be talking about mice adoption for several more but I also feel like what slows down that is A courtesy has a tendency to attract some very fringe fringe people with very fringe ideals. enlarged large amounts like. Somebody's said in the slacking imbalance the other day. They're like man crypto tracks. Some people that are Kooky. I think it'll be nice way of putting it and I I thought to myself well. You're not wrong. It does in in being in essence coming fresh off of that doctoral interview view that we had not being that it does attract such kooky individuals of it. Does it stand a chance of ever being massively adopted if it so easily adopted by some of some people that just like they have the ideals that are so far out there that people are just going to ignore it or think. They're not serious or you know I don't know if it's I mean it's generalized money and and it but it started off from a a hard set of idealists a lot awaits right like it was because the cipher punk movement and digital money so like the main goal of like what kind of started off with the idea that I don't want to rely on third parties to frisa transact and like the first people to latch onto something that's brand new and willing willing to go through the painstaking process of using. It are usually the ones that are heavily like have have some type of heavy ideology because they're willing to be like royalty income thinking covered the right word but like They're willing to be frustrated through the user experience because because they want to the idea of technology so bad and that's what the like the beginnings of anything is it's like the the beginning of the ones that like really believed or could use is that technology to push whatever ideological vehicle they have. That's what happened. Is that usually tends to bring in the French. The kooky people and then as it becomes more and more mainstream rebe typically you build businesses that take cut back on some of those ideologies like you see things like coin base would never for of flown in the beginning days with bitcoin right especially not in state right now like it. Yeah it's I think there's a couple of different things like one it's it's definitely like it's hard to wrap your head around and if you think back to like when the the white paper I came out It's yeah it's harder up your head around so the people that are going to wrap their heads around or either like working me and not sort of you know super technical industry in some capacity and have the capacity to understand the white paper or intouch was Joshi or whatever but then the next wave of users even like they yeah they have to have the ability and the desire to dive into it you know and so that's what I I think We I saw sort of like you know the Libertarians and and the people that were you know already having sort of you've said they'd be like thought experiments or like actual actionable things That was a rebellion. I guess of sorts against the the state of the government or the state of the economy And then as it grows I still feel like there's a lot of similar personality. He treats right like you have to be you have to be technical. You have to be willing to put up with some like hot mess. Stuff You have to be willing to take on the risk right whether that's like the price risk or the security risks or whatever like you have to be willing to do that And you have to like like you really have to be able to dedicate some time to figuring it out you know I think right that there are ways to sort of get in without Maybe fully getting an right so like square cash and like you know there's a few absent just like you can just like a speculate on Bitcoin. You're actually yeah you're not actually like like holding quite basis is is that with the exposure to it Yeah but it's it's it's it's a halfway between is a wallet and it's very easy to offload that money onto a wallet that you actually control and they even have some solutions re control part like part of the keys.
Which college produces the best NFL talent?
"A special edition of N._F._l.. Live on deck today at the N._F._l.. Celebrates one hundred season just six weeks away however we are just five weeks away in college. Football Opens It one hundred fiftieth the anniversary so today welcome N._F._l.. You were combining the two worlds to answer age-old question what college produces the best n._F._l.. Talent however I'm Wendy net sand Hutus here you know what's better to be on this panel our expert notice icy expert telling me when Lewis Minute of her panter on the list not on the House for back the quarterback guru he and his brother in a lot of N._F._l.. Games James A lot and Ryan Clark. You see the L. L._S._U.. They are ills college football. L. Is Jonathan Vilma bike. He will join US shortly. He happened to win a National Championship and Oh by the way a super bowl as well coming up on N._F._l.. Live will break down position by position which college produces the best quarterback Oklahoma has the number one overall pick the last two years we have the top ten plays all the N._F._l.. Superstars when they were in college and answering big question which school produces the best all time N._F._l.. Talent we had to ask the players themselves to kick things off. We're the first pick quarterback Oklahoma Viva say Oklahoma Alabama Clemson because proven it is one atop factory the Ohio state highest in Alabama. 'cause I never lost beat out. You really can't understand it into your inside. Sadness programming is all about the you for N._F._l.. Because of Georgia in every aspect but I think L._S._U.. CRESA environment of gray competition and guys is trying to feed off of IT University of Pittsburgh. You Got Dorset. Dan Marina you got Larry. Fitzgerald was not a me show. It's about having everybody involved in working for the Sandal clumps in would cushman he's been doing. He's making people believe everything is possible for House is the best our stop it. Stop stuff well. Let's start shall we with the most players from each college currently in the N._F._l.. Alabama leads the way with V with sixty five players players followed by Ohio state in second place with fifty eight so we're going to debate these schools I in terms of who is best at producing N._F._l.. Challenge here's a tale of the tape on Alabama at Ohio state success since the two thousand draft folks tools I have had thirty one first round picks the most of any school while the Buckeyes have thirteen more total picks in the last twenty drafts but Bama's players have been slightly more successful in the league producing three more pro bowlers than Ohio St Louis Rick. Let's start with with the crimson tide. They're starting eleven if you will offense and defense current N._F._l.. Talent there's any question that these are both very impressive lineups that if Alabama can roll these teams out there right now now. I think they'd win a few games without a doubt. If you look at the offense aside outside of the ball the first thing that jumps out of these starting eleven are the two wide receivers look Julio. Jones is one of the finest athletes in the N._F._l.. For guardless of position he's in the news right now because he's about to get a new contract extension and he's really one of the he's one of the transcendent players at the position that this game the scene Amari Cooper the same way. When Amari came out of college? I remember doing his tape in thinking point honestly as far as catching one pet and run wide receiver. I hadn't seen one as good as him as him. In a long long time on the defensive side look they have fine players throughout the eleven here really that when you get to the secondary and you guys like Eddie Jackson Landon Collins I mean these guys are disband tastic players on the front dont`a hightower our multiple time superbowl winner. These are great great players right here. Make our way to Columbus shower of the to Ohio state you go to the offense side of the football. Look the first thing that jumps out without a doubt as Ezekiel Elliott because if he's not the best running back in the N._F._l.. He would be considered a top three running back in the N._F._l.. Wide Receiver Michael Thomas Really someone who was unheralded coming out of college. He's a tremendous tremendous. Pro will probably be the highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. In short time then move over to the defensive side of the ball this this is where really this football team really kind of jumps off the board starting up Front Joey Bosa Cam Hayward those are two of the best defense alignment in the N._F._l.. Right now and then when you look down there at the Secondary Malcolm Dyson Dinkins Denzel Ward Marshon Lattimore doesn't let's get much better than that. All right Jonathan Vilma made his way again surly qualified to weigh in on this discussion. Look I mean there's a shortage of talent with either of these squads. It's almost ridiculous factory and a lot of ways both of these institutions but let the debate again a Ryan Clark. You can't pick L._S._U.. Just yet but when you look at this group what stands out L._S._U.'s better than both of these things we're gonNA get to that. We're supposed to be talking outlets. Let's be honest. There's amazing players. Neither one of them have a quarterback right before proven yet though little I mean why don't we always have to see something first before we can get you well Ray Richardson running back right you saw God compare that with you why time gentlemen we're GonNa play Nice Got Ninety minutes ago. You're the Glenn Difference from every other position that we're looking at okay fair enough now back to you Louis. It is a production results oriented industry. Is it not so it is fair to say seeing something. Does one believe they'll be success won't sure but I mean we're we'll see this is kind of like a combination of what they have done in college. What some of these guys have done in the pros in some of it's a little bit of projecting about what they're gonNA continue to do in the pros? That's how I'm going to expand it to that all right so at quarterback quarterback Dwayne Haskins I believe right now. There's no comparison as far as I don't care what A._J.. McCarron did it Alabama cows tape. Those Wayne has close exact Haskins is going to be a fine football player. What's going to happen to him? Really is going to be more predicated on what Washington redskins overall due to him then what he does to himself. I firmly believe that as far as these rousers overall look the wide receiver position Julio Jones Amari Cooper. Julio Jones's the standard if you go and look N._F._l.. For an offices and look in their scouting books books every team has a standard at every position that they put for scouts the suit for as far as whenever when their scouting people polio is going to be on that list for for many many teams he's about as good as it gets so skill positions at Alabama are awesome. The defensive players at Ohio State is what stands out for me as far as their front seven is concerned particularly their defensive line and their secondary Denzel Award Marshon Lattimore. You tell me a team that wouldn't take those two young men right now and startled. Let me ask you a specific question since you spend some time as an analyst watching these players at the collegiate level if you had to choose either of this group Alabama Ohio state who's players really got better or who took a bigger step forward than you anticipated when they got to the N._F._l.. Out To you to dance your last part no neither standout. They're pretty equal because watching these guys watching Jonathan Allen he played okay well Dante. I'll tell you knew who is going to be tremendous player defensive player C._J.. Moseley's same thing and then you go to the other side and you look at Joey Bosa Nick Bosa Darren like Malcolm Jenkins. I play with Malcolm Jenkins in in New Orleans knew he was going to be a study. He's Philistine but what is surprising how fast or House they defense is. I did not realize how fast defensive you think big ten you didn't big Brawley guys not so fast but these guys can move joey. Bosa also can move nick volks in Darren League. We know the Burner Malcolm J. Denzel War March. I mean that is a very very talented athletic fast fast defense. I thought I was going to jump in your rookie. I think that's a great question Wendy about as far as what teams teams have players that have gotten better pros. You look at Ohio state this look at their offense. In particular Michael. Thomas was a good wide receiver to hire Stayton. He's fantastic now. He's GonNa be highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. Andrew Norwell most people wouldn't even know Andrew Norwell well what from Andrew Doorbell he right now just judge Moore Norwell can't open open some N._F._l.. Spectacular and even on the defensive side of the ball. I didn't think Marshon lattimore. I've liked Marshon Lattimore at Ohio state. I didn't love Marcet. He has taken his game to another level as well in the really own Alabama side you know how I feel about Alabama I feel nick and what he does and how he builds his program but really focus on their offense align that was just look okay and think about that question. Wendy Wendy asked how many players have gotten better how many have continued to improve Andre Smith may have his best days at Alabama. Dame's carpenter has really been good pro Brian Kelly the jury still out he could be a he's a good player. He's GonNa play already in Indianapolis D._J.. fluker was he ever ever really that guy that dominant guy no. He hasn't been Cam Robinson. Have you seen story so it's interesting because they're preventing people have been many people who've hit Alabama and said they get the best out of their players at Alabama. Maybe it's good discussion legal where people go by what teams there drafted so we look at Michael Thomas he falls into a place where he needs an accurate passer and he's one of the most accurate passers all the time also about the place you land in ashore and how they develop you ask Josh Rosen he absolutely he knows that all too well. I ten Hasselbeck. The whole point of this is to pick one of our producers here a little bit we talked. I'm going Alabama mainly change quarterbacks. Yeah I think looks great point about the offensive line at Alabama because so many of them when you look at them just in terms of body type you're like Oh my God look at those guys body type wise but like I don't know that some of those guys have come in and be like Oh and they got a whole lot better. We're obviously splitting hairs here on this ongoing Alabama Lewis Sorry Nick. Oh from a hustle change your mind or did you stick the way said one because I don't care if between Haskins hasn't played. I think he's I think he's in the saints. Stratosphere is A._J.. McCarron so I like that I liked it their offense of line one of the things that talked about how they develop those guys on the defense aside but they're fun four plus their secondary this going with them Ryan Clark you have to pick one while I was brought here for one reason in one reason only when the Knicks because everyone knew it my answers it would be and what Tim Hasselbeck has proven is. You don't need a quarterback. That's really he's GonNa be Ohio state in Alabama that don't have quarterbacks guess what we don't need a quarterback back and by the way you don't want our first off was good enough for Bill Belichick your boy to draft him as Tom Brady's heir-apparent draft. We thought they they went to L._S._U.. Because this guy has what they decided to we throwing the ball all around the field Andrew Whitworth he's played a thousand years. There's a Guy Jerry go look at the Neil hundred may has like negative two percent body fat Michael Broncos out. There aren't key. We gotta wait on them but it's are are you at the back of position. That's all we got mad. I gotTa get here all even have to work conviction when you spoke scissors. I'm sorry I just so tim. I love your twenty. Two question your toughness Whoa West I've seen because as you know what fair enough he's at Alabama alum landon dare you wait into the circus that we've created. But what do you have to say about this. Whole debate ain't Ryan got some good good good stuff going on say? I wouldn't question his toughness at all. I don't know why you questioned Ryan toughness. I saw him not got a lot of Alabama's always number one no matter Corolla tyrod. Let me ask you a serious question. You know obviously nick. Sabin is a hall of Famer one of the best ever coach this game but specifically what does he do that has allowed such historic success at the university. Steve Alabama <hes> as a coach he speaks for as a coach. He represents his players as players coach. I would say he makes all this coach. All the players are on the him as a player as a father <hes> <hes> and as a as many tried to teach us they'd be a man and a great play all at one time you know so he does it all leading. Can you please tell the people why you are now better that you have trusted your career training with the guy from L._S._U.. Hey right you agreed trying to grow been gone on gone for years
"hightower" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"We got my boy, Andrew Zaragoza at a podcast engineer. And we got Dr Bo Hightower in the house today. What's going on dock? Greetings allegations. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Awesome. Have any out here? I've seen you on YouTube seen on Instagram. Smashing people with a rubber mallet with a giant hammer, and like a metal chisel and people are like you're digging on someone's shoulder or digging on their hip, and then all of a sudden, they have this huge range of motion improvement, and I'm looking at them like, man. This for real like what's going on with this thing is this can't be you know, and I seen a lot of stuff over the years. There's been some great advancements with soft tissue work and some of the different work from different people all over the world. And I've had a lot of stuff done to me a lot of stuff that has helped somewhat, but hasn't really been something that has really affected. I guess my day to day in a positive way. I guess he'd say right other than just the exercising and eating well and that kind of sleeping like the normal shit. Right. But you know, the stuff that you're doing looks like kinda next level. And what I liked about. It is that specially seeing you now in person in having some of the stuff done to us today is that you're not like all I'm just gonna take the hammer out and hammer everybody, right? So what the hell is going on with this method? First of all this kind of start out with. Yeah. So I guess it goes. It goes way back. We talk about bone setting. There's this big misconception that chiropractic is some unique entity. And it kind of is in America. But these forms of manual therapy have always existed, and they just another cultures and have around the world. So if you look at oriental medicine, if you look even a Europe, they're very Asians of different manual, therapists, Naper paths. We have osteo math osteopathic physicians in Spain and the UK and you look to the east, and we have different types of methodologies. And so the different ways of bone setting have existed forever. In fact, the first bone setter hypocrites, the father of medicine, so these types of methodologies have really existed for a long time. And they've been tried and true. They wouldn't exist that they didn't work to a certain extent. And we feel the same way about a lot of our Ansel medicine things like that. But what happened before was we lived in a pre scientific age. So when something works nobody knew why or how it worked. They would just do it on everybody. And so what we've tried to do is to take some of the things that have been proven tried and true methods and try to peel them back and reverse engineer them and figure out why they work, and if we can figure out why and how. They work vizier logically. We can apply them to the right patient population. So that means that every single person we see is getting the right therapy for them. So when you look at some of these therapies toxic is one of the variations that you'll see in Vietnam and oriental of medicine, they're hammering muscles. And if you guys are probably the most viral videos of Indian doctors with the hammer, you know, hammer, people spines and everybody goes crazy in the world. But there is some level of liberty everything. And if we can figure out when and where to apply can get some great results that led us to take a look at bone setting. When we know the structure alignment is important muscle tone is important muscle balances important Fazul health is important. So if we were trying to influence the bone system to get bones where they wanted to be, you know, say you're killing us to move in route or shoulder needs to move forward or back. How could I influence that well popping it isn't really very specific way to do that as many the most common from him. And if so what we wanted to look at a very specific linear driven way to move about in a certain direction. And so that's kind of how this came about. And we're using that in very specific ways to create very real changes and all of our patients and for yourself..
Robert De Niro confirms split from wife Grace Hightower
Robert De Niro And Wife Grace Hightower Reportedly Split
"Robert deniro and his wife grace Hightower are splitting after over twenty years of marriage. The pair have two children together and adult Sunday Elliott and a six year old daughter named Helen and deniro and Hightower have have been living separately and are expected to make the announcement official official this week, but TMZ is reporting this, and you can pretty much count that
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower Split After More Than 20 Years
"Robert deniro not a big fan of the president. We we all know that. What did he saw the Emmys? Yeah. I said he's the best thing Trump. Anyway, he and his wife grace Hightower of twenty years of apparently split living separately, they broke out bad before. But then they get back together. A couple of years ago, they got two kids together. So if you're looking for an older guy that doesn't like
Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center touts removal of confederate monuments across the U.S. - Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News
"Yellowhammer news i'm jay hammond governor kay ivey using a plane borrowed from a supporter is holding a series of lastminute rallies as she aims to try to clinch the republican nomination without a runoff ivy told supporters in montgomery that the polls look good and quote all that matters is who shows up at the polls unquote ivy's challenger huntsville mayor tommy battle evangelist scott dawson and state senator bill hightower did a mix of campaign stops and news media interviews clarence fountain a founding member of the grammy award winning gospel group the blind boys of alabama died sunday in a hospital in baton rouge louisiana fountain infringe started their first group has students at the alabama institute for negro deaf and blind in talladega they left school in nineteen forty four while they were in their teens clarence fountain dead at age eighty eight jeffer eugene rose senior fifty six a former executive of a houston based physical therapy chain must serve more than nineteen eighteen years in prison and repaint nearly fifteen million dollars after being convicted of healthcare fraud rose was sentenced friday by a federal judge in houston investigators say roses teamwork ready company submitted fraudulent claims from clinics in texas louisiana georgia alabama and tennessee serving federal workers the supreme court today ruled in favor of jack phillips a colorado baker refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple the justices did not say a business can refuse service to same sex couples the high court instead said the colorado civil rights commission did not respect the baker's christian beliefs senior counsel at alliance defending freedom kristen wagner says phillips's pleased with the decision but he's very relieved to know that he will not have to violate his conviction choose between his convictions and his family business because that's a price no one should have.
"hightower" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Like unless it's excited for them yeah that was exciting that was the one the one time ever they traded up and they got chandler jones remember that draft yeah they and they took the were so happy they traded up i've never heard you more happy about something as random as a team trading up a draft picks or whatever it was the linebacker to jamie collins so no no hightower hightower took chandler jones and hightower and you were just over the moon because we always do the opposite normally you say you have your draft board which i don't even know how you make 'cause you barely watch college football other than the you know retired so i have studied you don't know as much about the college football draft as the nfl draft hopping i study once we get into april and yet march and april yeah so every year you're waiting like four hours i pick 'cause we're always near the end i i see the guys that are available you get ready you you get your heart set on these two guys yeah then we trade six fats yeah and they trade that another seven and we'd take we'd never heard of this year we have twenty three and thirty one you and i we liked cooks but we're also not shedding any tears i like the more in the first half of the year that miami game when they played the second time they played at miami and this cornerback i'd never heard of miami it was we had all these receivers out and they needed cooks to do stuff and that cornerback completely swallowed him up and took him out of the game in a way that was dramatic and i think all of us kind of looked at each other and went wow is spraying a cooks good what's going on here because you basically run the bomb pattern and it can run the fifteen yards sprint and stop turn but he didn't get anything over the middle unlike on third and fourth third and five at didn't see my kika get open he wasn't a brady type receiver yeah there were two things that really disturbed me about how he played he never fought for the ball unless he was behind the defender and brady brady under through it and if he never fought for the ball and and.
"hightower" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The truth reminding of a la no i'm the only a million name on an in the ghanaian want ovalles now rolling the you sleep lana zak other moments leaders don't let the on her real dan examine drags asked dont'a hightower no no no when that by and we are back it is the weekly der she'd is saturday and i'm stephanie handsome ham stephanie emerged joining us yeah my took 1 of seven one everything entertainment we have a lot of opportunities for so i want to say hi to cindy who i saw last night other lacks who was fan girling she was very cute saying how much he liked the show also want to say hi to chris very tall chris who is an engineer at khrais and he had a beautiful for hat on he is also a fan of the show i love it in one hr out and about you guys please say hi i always have many people as night who are like when i get it enough i can tell you i am not chiquillo nieto you can absolutely come talk to me and hang out any time so we appreciate you guys listening we love that you tune in we'd love that you listen on the podcast days later and send us notes i think it's great yeah at doing my best effort to stop saying yeah now and dna what i mean you're doing so go to think of china i think of doing pretty heart pretty good you are in my early good i'm trying to be more presence we're all trying to be present so that were dot posting links in the middle of the show and or just we want this to be a better experience for everybody yes what ideal best it can be for red colin rod rabbit for making it happen i always feel like when you go there to tell them you heard about it on weekly dish they actually hear that yeah and they appreciate their local family they live here they're like yes away the came in and she was saying you heard about the burger that had chives sour cream white cheddar cheese and potato chips and you heard about on the weekly their sunlight guess yes scorer yeah okay were out in about a lot coming up so i'm going.
"hightower" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"It worse about your retirement house your retirement bit affected by trump being president and what do you think it would be like if hillary were present what's that tv series called a net flex the man in the tower or something is that what it's come from like a where it's it's a hypothetical story of what if the man in the hightower in hightower and it's it's say a work of fiction of course what if the nazis had one world war two what would the world be like them well it's kind of how you'd have to imagine hillary winning the election her uh you know a little sepp she'd be dressed like mao instead of like their forebears and the national socialists let's go to uh let's go to the phones let's go to bob in north carolina listening on w a v hey bob you're on the chris plante show uh real pleasure to talk welcome i used to work uh up in the dc area thirty years who shuttled government uh and uh you tired down here in nashville listen to you whenever i can while thank you very much the um as to the meeting uh yesterday once again trump played them like a fiddle they continue to underestimate the man they still don't get it and i hope they don't you know i mean that's the eujust encapsulated it perfectly you just put it in a nutshell right there he played him like a fiddle again say it again big as you said it just perfectly clayton like a fiddle and they don't get it and they just don't get it they played a mike of official and once again they just don't get it.
"hightower" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Dont'a hightower nonfiction movie that produced by hollywood would that has is that song say okay i know i don't know i don't really cry it bubis that are produced by hollywood i watch documentaries and again not armor montana i'd have a cry that's the home sales of say i don't really crowd people pretending it just separate that is but if it's a documentary sick oh man you if you'll watch dea's acharya call me lucky at one of these like harrowing documentaries dude you'll you'll be a fucking puddle at all i 100 percent i have been i cry like a puppy commercial what i'm saying i'm saying like my my my point is that you say you can differentiate between the real and the acting like i i think i can too but i'm just like this did happen right this is like like this is real so yeah they're acting but this is they're acting out what happened yeah i mean i'm struggling to think of a movie i watch where i was like lone survivor now at the end when they're going through the guy's pictures that's when i was like i just didn't not that i'm not saying to buy your data via ties on and it's not any tikolo like john rural whatever i mean i've been moved in like at the end of a movie and stunned and slackjawed but i mean i i just felt like again it's us and acting movie with documentaries man like i said that guy watch them commie lucky it's it's a pretty harrowing subject matter and i was like i mean i had fucking tears rolling on my face watched that what we had assured seen so the documentaries gave me fucking motion pitches would act and not so much a jew did you come up with a movie and not did i know i thought alone survivor okay yeah i mean what it what was it with the best movie that makes you crowd just a movie a movie a movie that you that makes you cry that you still continue to watch.
"hightower" Discussed on Season Ticket
"You know fortunately it away for the patriots they're used to playing without dont'a hightower ease already missed two games this year we two and three he he missed with an injury and that over the years investigating sixteen games in his first five seasons with various injuries he's a guy who's always kind of banged up uh unfortunately this is the first time he's ever suffered a seasonending injury but they do have some experience playing without dont'a hightower eat only played fifty percent of the overall snaps this year so you know i think the communications get a fall heavily on colvin joy a landon roberts is also someone who could be used in that situation and i think devin mccourty is role really becomes important he's the guy who as really become the leader of the defense he's only missed one snap all season you know big time communicator in a leader back there plays all kinds of rules whether it's deep safety or in the box devin mccourty takes on an even bigger role now yeah i mean i agree with you there it's definitely going to be a challenge without hightower and this was one of the questions ban when they signed hightower to this extension in the offseason he was a free agent he was shopping himself around you got a fouryear deal from the patriots about thirty five point five million in substantial guarantees that the question why is this guy you can rely on to be out on the field and yes this is his first injury where it's a season ending injury but this is now part of his story this idea of not necessarily being the most durable linebacker in the league so it's not just about this year but moving forward.
"hightower" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
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"hightower" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"From the mercedesbenz superdome so this is the challenge today for the patriots particularly with drew brees resell it out smith did now you're talking about one of the most decorated quarterbacks in aniko history for the patriots go up again and then there is this news for mike reese this report this morning for mike greece on espn in his quick the cricket thoughts and notes around the patriots in the nfl item number one is this and this sounds ominous dont'a hightower not going to play today chris as far as we know and he reports went patriots linebacker dante ii tower injured his right knee in the season opener but remained on the sideline the rest of the game at one point riding a stationary bike it was generally viewed as a sign that the injury wasn't severe it might not even keep them out one week since that time i'm told that hightower saad a second opinion over the last week from dr james andrews and when i saw hightower a few days ago he didn't confirm plans to visit andrews but he also didn't deny it only saying with a smile i'm okay that hightower was believed to be seeking more clarity on the injury days after the opener was notable to me based on the initial optimism this is the same name that led to him beginning training camp on the physically unable to perform list hightower according to reese went to dr james andrews who we all know now he worldfamous orthopedist and this was a second opinion not a first opinion and this follows a report from ian rappaport shortly after last week's game that's said with the extended break between week wanted week to there was optimism that he'd be playing today he did practice at all this week i really highly highly dow he'll be playing today okay we're not going to see him today and now this on.
"hightower" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Is a longerrange year player if you are in him up over a guard and then at one defense then either got like dietrich wise or take your pick of a defensive end on this roster and then you mix in a little bit of dont'a hightower that's a tough group two match up against because other than alan branch those parts are pretty much interchangeable it's not out of the realm of possibilities it's unlikely but in terms of of trying to win matchups is that all the role of possibilities that dont'a hightower could be a guy did they just say well you know what let's throw minutes three technique lined them up over the outside shoulder of a guard and see if a cement forwardguard can handle with the way dante hightower brings it as a pass rusher in hell if it's thurdin eleven and you know the goal run the ball then dont'a hightower standing up over a guard and force that guard to have to get his bigger and out of the stance to move his feet to be able to deal with the player there is agile mobile hostile that's their day hightower rumor that guy when you say to him its third in ten you may gotta worry about nothing dole get the quarterback that guy has the ability to do it as well as anybody so let's look at some of the combinations let's see how they rotate these defensive players through and local jerk rivers down there is opportunity for another defense then or defense lima to stand up and grab a spot of grabs a plane time.