18 Burst results for "I. Mike Critique"

"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"In the range of things I was always really interested in phonetics and sociolinguistics, but taking morphology and Syntax and typology natural language processing was of course it was very new at that time. And really. It's when I started actually studying to a link goes interfaces from a LP phonetics standpoint that I felt like I had a moment of like wait a minute. This is a big data multi-lingual back end. Used by millions of users worldwide. Like who is deciding what good enough means for the Audio You know At that time I focused a lot on ed tech but I think the multi lingual multi modal interfaces that I was looking at Babbel Rosetta. Stone presented at Rosetta Stone really thinking about the research that space blew my mind that was back in two, thousand, fourteen, two, thousand, fifteen. Yeah. So When you think about those systems because they've been around for a while and some of them very good is that a stone has been doing this a pretty high level for a long time before we had cloud computing to new redoing this office CDs. Because I remember. At least one of my daughters maybe both of them took a couple of full programs you know through. through his stump Are there elements of that that of of the language learning process? You think that help move the industry forward or was that always just sort of a fork in on its own I think. Educational Technology has such power especially in twenty twenty. You know anyone who has kids I don't finds this stuff wonderful I think Rosetta stone you're right I think back in the day was really innovative software I haven't seen significant innovation in the last decade I can't I'm under NDA can't tell you what I told her engineering team but my research that is public I mean the. The back end with they're doing the acoustics in the visuals that they show users and most users aren't linguists. An most users aren't fun additions like me. Or mostly incomprehensible. So I felt like there was a huge mismatch between what the back end was doing in the educational pieces of it. Could you actually learn and get better at your pronunciation from these tools? Right. So that's that's a critique on the application of the technology though correct? Yeah. Is opposed to the core technology in terms of being. Listen and. and. That's what I. Mike Critique is the scaffolding or like how it's structured could be significantly rated and their companies like Elsa and blue canoe that are doing the work to make it interpreted. Because we do have back ends that should be able to do this very well. Right I was actually really impressed I. Think the first time I came across lingo would have been five or six years ago. So is in that period of time when it probably when you were looking at some of these things. And I was really impressed at how. Effective, that was now you might be critical. That is well, I. Don't know maybe you love it. Maybe you don't, but I felt like that was a step forward..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

06:12 min | 3 months ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Know that's now I. I. . . Kinda WanNa. . Go back a little bit because you're a linguist. . And I mean I don't know how you characterize yourself to characterize yourself as a linguist. . Yeah. . Usually when people ask me say I consider myself primarily a linguist and researcher those are the two core identities that I inhabit most of the time. . Okay. . Great. . So What originally got you interested in linguistics Yeah, , I mean I think. . I. . Consider Myself as being linguist when I was little I like played with code things and you know babbling around <hes> I started taking French quote unquote foreign language. . In Middle School, , I would have been like eleven and. . I just thought an unlocked, , the coolest world's travel and culture, , and you know my parents have always really prioritize travel instead of like buying a big screen TV's let's run off to Thailand <hes>. . So that kind of interesting language culture has always been there for me. . Actually, , my mom found his old document of mine working career stuff for high schoolers where you like plan out potential career directions. . Apparently on this document, , I circled linguistics French, , and photography as the three things I was interested in which <hes> ended up being my undergraduate degrees, , my master's degree. . Topics right there. . In my teenage years, I , knew. . That's perfect. . Yeah. . Well, maybe , maybe we do. . I. . Say there's a sense that we ask college students to make decisions about the rest of their lives. . You know it's such a young age but maybe we know at least some of us know much younger. . I feel like I got really lucky I feel like. . I. . Don't necessarily know the names of the topics but I feel like there's a light at the end of the horizon that I'm walking towards at all times sometimes running a mostly walking in just knowing that directionality and honestly the privileged to be able to pursue the things that I'm so passionate about. . Now given the you've spent so much time. . Going into linguistics study research have you had time to keep up with your French photography? ? My I I taught French previously <hes> to pay the bills in my graduate studies and I worked in France between UNDERGRAD and graduate school. . So I'm was very proficient <hes>. . I mean, , my dad hopes one day become famous photographer. . You know as a retirement career <hes> but no, , I have A. . Busy schedule today and those things take away backburner. . Got It. . Okay. . So you started out French <hes> in photography you moved into linguistics and why don't you share with listeners? ? What some of the areas of study you focused initially and then how that evolved. . Yes. . So I don't masters in linguistics from UC Davis. . And they did a really phenomenal job of forcing you to take all the courses. . In the range of things I was always really interested in phonetics and sociolinguistics, , but taking morphology and Syntax and typology <hes> natural language processing was of course it was very new at that time. . And really. . It's when I started actually studying to a link goes interfaces from a LP phonetics standpoint that <unk> I felt like I had a moment of like wait a minute. . This is a big data multi-lingual back end. . Used by millions of users worldwide. . Like who is deciding what good enough means for the Audio You know <hes>. . At that time I focused a lot on ed tech but I think the multi lingual multi modal interfaces that I was looking at Babbel Rosetta. Stone . presented at Rosetta Stone <hes> really thinking about the research that space <hes> blew my mind that was back in two, , thousand, , fourteen, , two, , thousand, , fifteen. . Yeah. . So When you think about those systems because they've been around for a while and some of them very good is that a stone has been doing this a pretty high level for a long time before we had cloud computing to new redoing this office CDs. . Because I remember. . At least one of my daughters maybe both of them took a couple of full programs you know through. . <hes> through his stump <hes>. . Are there elements of that that of of the language learning process? ? You think that help move the industry forward or was that always just sort of a fork in on its own I think. . Educational Technology has such power especially in twenty twenty. . You know anyone who has kids I don't <hes> finds this stuff wonderful I think Rosetta stone you're right I think back in the day was really innovative software <hes>. . I haven't seen significant innovation in the last decade <hes> I can't I'm under NDA can't tell you what I told her engineering team <hes> but my research that is public I mean the. . The back end with they're doing the acoustics in the visuals that they show users and most users aren't linguists. . An most users aren't fun additions like me. . Or mostly incomprehensible. . So I felt like there was a huge mismatch between what the back end was doing in the educational pieces of it. . Could you actually learn and get better at your pronunciation from these tools? ? Right. So . that's that's a critique on the application of the technology though correct? ? Yeah. . Is opposed to the core technology in terms of being. . Listen and. . and. . That's what I. . Mike Critique is the scaffolding or like how it's structured could be significantly rated and their companies like Elsa and blue canoe that are doing the work to make it interpreted. . Because we do have back ends that should be able to do this very well.

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Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek CEO of Women in Voice on Linguistics and its Place in Voice

The Voicebot Podcast

06:12 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek CEO of Women in Voice on Linguistics and its Place in Voice

"Know that's now I. I. Kinda WanNa. Go back a little bit because you're a linguist. And I mean I don't know how you characterize yourself to characterize yourself as a linguist. Yeah. Usually when people ask me say I consider myself primarily a linguist and researcher those are the two core identities that I inhabit most of the time. Okay. Great. So What originally got you interested in linguistics Yeah, I mean I think. I. Consider Myself as being linguist when I was little I like played with code things and you know babbling around I started taking French quote unquote foreign language. In Middle School, I would have been like eleven and. I just thought an unlocked, the coolest world's travel and culture, and you know my parents have always really prioritize travel instead of like buying a big screen TV's let's run off to Thailand So that kind of interesting language culture has always been there for me. Actually, my mom found his old document of mine working career stuff for high schoolers where you like plan out potential career directions. Apparently on this document, I circled linguistics French, and photography as the three things I was interested in which ended up being my undergraduate degrees, my master's degree. Topics right there. In my teenage years, I knew. That's perfect. Yeah. Well, maybe maybe we do. I. Say there's a sense that we ask college students to make decisions about the rest of their lives. You know it's such a young age but maybe we know at least some of us know much younger. I feel like I got really lucky I feel like. I. Don't necessarily know the names of the topics but I feel like there's a light at the end of the horizon that I'm walking towards at all times sometimes running a mostly walking in just knowing that directionality and honestly the privileged to be able to pursue the things that I'm so passionate about. Now given the you've spent so much time. Going into linguistics study research have you had time to keep up with your French photography? My I I taught French previously to pay the bills in my graduate studies and I worked in France between UNDERGRAD and graduate school. So I'm was very proficient I mean, my dad hopes one day become famous photographer. You know as a retirement career but no, I have A. Busy schedule today and those things take away backburner. Got It. Okay. So you started out French in photography you moved into linguistics and why don't you share with listeners? What some of the areas of study you focused initially and then how that evolved. Yes. So I don't masters in linguistics from UC Davis. And they did a really phenomenal job of forcing you to take all the courses. In the range of things I was always really interested in phonetics and sociolinguistics, but taking morphology and Syntax and typology natural language processing was of course it was very new at that time. And really. It's when I started actually studying to a link goes interfaces from a LP phonetics standpoint that I felt like I had a moment of like wait a minute. This is a big data multi-lingual back end. Used by millions of users worldwide. Like who is deciding what good enough means for the Audio You know At that time I focused a lot on ed tech but I think the multi lingual multi modal interfaces that I was looking at Babbel Rosetta. Stone presented at Rosetta Stone really thinking about the research that space blew my mind that was back in two, thousand, fourteen, two, thousand, fifteen. Yeah. So When you think about those systems because they've been around for a while and some of them very good is that a stone has been doing this a pretty high level for a long time before we had cloud computing to new redoing this office CDs. Because I remember. At least one of my daughters maybe both of them took a couple of full programs you know through. through his stump Are there elements of that that of of the language learning process? You think that help move the industry forward or was that always just sort of a fork in on its own I think. Educational Technology has such power especially in twenty twenty. You know anyone who has kids I don't finds this stuff wonderful I think Rosetta stone you're right I think back in the day was really innovative software I haven't seen significant innovation in the last decade I can't I'm under NDA can't tell you what I told her engineering team but my research that is public I mean the. The back end with they're doing the acoustics in the visuals that they show users and most users aren't linguists. An most users aren't fun additions like me. Or mostly incomprehensible. So I felt like there was a huge mismatch between what the back end was doing in the educational pieces of it. Could you actually learn and get better at your pronunciation from these tools? Right. So that's that's a critique on the application of the technology though correct? Yeah. Is opposed to the core technology in terms of being. Listen and. and. That's what I. Mike Critique is the scaffolding or like how it's structured could be significantly rated and their companies like Elsa and blue canoe that are doing the work to make it interpreted. Because we do have back ends that should be able to do this very well.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Get WIRED

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07:11 min | 5 months ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Get WIRED

"Hey everyone lauren good from the get wired podcast. If you're enjoying get wired, there's a podcast from wondering I think you'll like it's called business wars and host David Brown explorers, some of the biggest corporate rivalries of all time think Netflix's versus blockbuster facebook vs snapchat and the big one Amazon versus Walmart and one of their more recent series. They popped the hood on Uber and lift to ride sharing companies that revolutionize transportation and tech through very different approaches all while revolutionizing transportation globally. Subscribe to business wars on Apple podcasts spotify or you can listen early and add free by starting your free trial of wondering plus in new wondering APP download the APP Today. Welcome back to our special interview with Bill. Gates. At this point in the discussion wired editor at large Steven Levy talks to gates about corona virus testing and how many people aren't receiving their test results quickly enough to make informed decisions around their health here says that part of the problem is the payment system that testing labs get paid the same for their work regardless of whether results come back in two days or two weeks. Well, that's just stupidity that is. If you reimburse. And you don't care how late the date is and you reimburse the same level. Of course, they're gonNA take every customer because they're making ridiculous money and it's mostly rich people are getting access to that. You have to have the reimbursement system pay a little bit extra for twenty four hours. Pay. Normal. For Forty eight hours pay nothing and they'll fix it overnight. Now you still should have prioritization inner city and. Nursing homes and things like that, which are CDC website that we propose to them early on would just take care of that. But all have to do is change the reimbursement system. The fact that the majority of all US tasks are completely garbage wasted. Delve clear the cues and only take in things that they can process quickly because it's a screw job to to get late results, the federal level sets that reimbursement system when we tell them to change it, they say as far as we can tell, we're just doing a great job. We're just it's amazing. The fact that here we are this is August we're the only country in the world that we waste the most money on tests you know fix the reimbursement setup up the CDC website, but I've been on that kick and people are tired of listening to me. Here the conversation turned to the rise of anti-science sentiments and what this means during a pandemic gates also talked about how misinformation online plays a big role in this. Part of this misinformation, which you may have heard about involves conspiracy theories. Some people seem to believe that Gates is helping fund vaccines so he can implant microchips in vaccine recipients. In in terms of the criticism of the UN and vaccines. But how curious to know what you think of the wave of anti science. For there maybe there was always a lot of people who didn't by science or a suspicious of it, but it seems as more public and. People are proud. They don't the proud not to wear masks they. Think you were kind of like some demon putting implants in them. They're. Almost like fighting the reality of of of of of cogan. Yeah we'll strangely I'm involved almost everything that anti sciences fighting I'm involved with climate change, GMO's and back scenes. and. You know the irony that it's digital social media. That allows this kind of titillating over simplistic explanation of okay. There's just an evil person in that explains all of this. It's digital media allows that to be spread around. You know. So I'm a little bit at odds with the way that. These conspiracy theories many which are anti vaccine will prevent people from being as willing to take the vaccine when they should once it's really been tested. Pandemics were going to make people panic and look for simple explanations. So the fact that it's gone up somewhat is okay the fact that you know. When we give money for back scenes give. Ten billions for vaccines to save lives. Then people turn around and said, no, we're trying to make money and we're trying to end lives. That's kind of a wild in version of what our values arm when our track record is. And of course, Stephen and Gates discuss, Tiktok, an APP owned by Chinese company dance and that's because at the time of this taping Microsoft is in talks to buy large parts of TIKTOK business. It's a move meant to ease concerns that during a time of growing tensions between China, and the US. This hugely popular APP could possibly pose a national security threat. You know as the technology adviser to Microsoft I think you can look forward in a few months to fighting this yourself when you have tiktok. Mike Mike Critique of dance moves. We'll be fantastically value for that. I'm kidding you're you're right who knows what's GonNa happen with that deal but. Yes it it's. It's a poisoned chalice being big in the social media businesses. No. Simple game, right? Well, I mean, are you? Are you a little wary of Microsoft, getting into that game I mean, this may sound self serving but I think that game being more competitive is probably a good thing. So having trump kill off the only competitor. It's pretty bizarre? You know. It would be a fair and square way to get TIKTOK considering. Do you understand what rule or? Regulation ease invoking to be able to you know demands have a sale and then s for a cut of it. Well, the cutting that's Doubly strange. I agree that what principle is this proceeding on? That's singly strange but. The, the idea that. Anyway. Microsoft will have to deal with all of that. I'm you know Sauter Brad Smith, the Health Be on the hot seat but they're. Amazing people who I trust to think through.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

13:06 min | 11 months ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Our good friend coldly kind of call in on the pot again soon. Coli tweeted today. Something that actually comes to mind like what you just said true. He stood at the Turkey in the antics. Commercials looks better than the Justice League's GI. I would say antics Turkey. Looks better than the fucking dog and all the while Chan digs just really otas the Turkey. Now I really really techie time. There had to be a good reason for them. Not using a you know a real ass dog or at least some of the movie. There was a lot of dangerous scenes. I guess in this and that makes sense but I guess didn't they use robots and Toboso yet. But maybe you know I ain't seen that it's actually makes me. WanNa see Togo because they you know the I'm obsessed with the whole to similar movies getting released at the same time waiting films twin films by the way a name. And so yeah. Maybe it's one of those things where this just required more like you know crazy stuff from the dog at some point they're like let's just use the CGI. W You could have just used a regular dog for all the obvious shots and CGI tip for times on you needed to do. Cgi Dog I don't know how much more to say about this but I don't feel like there is a way where you could make this movie entertaining enough route. Give it something the above like seventy five majors because the bones or something that again like we've seen a ton of time before But it was enjoyable. I think I think if I was a kid. I would like this movie more than I like now as an adult. Maybe it's just not for me like I get that. I'm not giving it a horrible score but I sat through it and I just I didn't think it brought anything It didn't bring anything to the table that I I was like this was worth making and I will defend Mr Ford collecting that check because he needs to do that. But at the same time I just got my new earings. This is why I thought this was Disney because I was like okay well Disney did White Fang and then I thought for sure they had the rights to the Jack London estate or whatever and they're just like let's do another dog movie and it did eventually end up being Disney but You know whatever so yeah a lot of the dogs in Togo were real? Obviously they see things but now this movie and the funny thing is to with with Togo poorly. I didn't know Togo had that great reviews. Ninety two from the critics ninety seven from the audience around Tomatoes Damn Beast for Dafoe dafoe having just so unrecognized of the last few years such bullshit. It's kind of funny. Though now that we can say that again with like you would think Disney did it. But there's kind of a bit of irony here is that this was fox in Fox so many properties at Disney just killed off because they were failures or they didn't think we're going to be any good and this was a Fox property and it was kind of half asked where the Disney version of it like. I guess they didn't have facet for Disney. Plus they did the best they could without having to endanger actual dogs. This story is a little different. It's sled dogs. I intensity stuff interesting overall. I will say that though. It's not terrible like I thought I was going to hate it. I'm very like okay. That was the dog. Took me out of it enough where I had to kind of? Sit back after watching it and go all right. What did I really think about that thing? Yeah hard sixty five from me that at the end of the day just one where Emma there. It is number three But I think it's one where I'm just I agree. I don't think it was necessarily. It's bad but just I don't know just nothing. There's just nothing there for me folks so that is the call of the wild. It looks like it's officially batard. What wait a second sixty five from Africa at shows? I think sixty yeah TROJA GIVER. Call The wild sixty okay. So it's not officially buttered especially not butter close though worth a watch on demand if you want something light. I wonder if the Boyle B. buttered Brahms ROMs the boy to the boy. Let's talk the boy to excuse. Me Brahms the ball to sequel to the boy same director. Same Director William Brent Bell. Whatever the things William Brent Bell has owned my God. Are You fucking kidding? The I did not know. So William William Brent Bell did the devil inside which is a hard hard zero out of one hundred. That movie's not. That's not a complete movie and I will take that to my fucking grave. I watched that movie on a plane and I thought something skipped the my computer. I thought it skipped hit next chapter by accident just ends. Wow I didn't realize that See DEBUTING SADE. Made one hundred two million dollars on a one million dollar budget. So maybe you're wrong de I am wrong but the devil inside is a zero out of one hundred for me. The boy came out in two thousand sixteen now. I didn't just despise the boy. I'd love the boy but there was enough with the boy that I let me let me read a Synopsis Synopsis. For the boy. 'cause did you guys see the boy. No no I'll explain to you. The boy is a young American named Greta takes a job as a nanny for an eight year. Old Boy and remote English village play. Here's tours. Andy Circus de aging to surprise. Greta learns that the child of her new employers is a life sized Dow. They care for the doll as as if it was human which helps the couple to cope with the death of their own son twenty years earlier when Greta violates a list of strict rules a series of disturbing an inexplicable events bring her worst fears delight lead here to believe the is alive it turns out the Dow. Or Brahms or the boy. Or whatever is I forget. If Brahms the fucking boy comes in Zimbabwe to its. Brahms Brahms is. The job is not alive. The Dow's being moved in fixed around because Brahms's living in the wall they keep the fucking kid in the wall because the kid and killed a friend or something I sa- movie plots kind of leave my brain after like a year regardless the idea is it's not like the sentient being doll like things are happening. Events are happening if somebody lives in the wall now. Having seen the boy to folks. That's not what happens in the boy to the Dow is definitely sentient. The Dow's controlled by like like Supernatural Shit Right. This was completely completely fucking records the previous movie. That doesn't make any fucking sense. It's like I never seen a sequel from the same director. Read calm the previous movie. So I because I didn't see the original Instead of watching the entire original Kapadia plot But I could see why someone who is a big fan such as yourself. Brahms Z. Boy Vaughn big huge fan of the boy. I could see why you'd be so upset by But this movie stunk and I just want to note. I gave it a five out of one hundred. It is very very very and I cannot just as no very bad very lazy. The worst of the worst example of money grubbing firm the horror franchise. But just slopping out in absolute hunk of Shit because you know you can make a really good. Roi On it. And I hate it. And I don't WanNa talk about it. No more for the pod. I just don't I hope you're you're dfw right because you heard me give it a one you said. I'm watching the fucking movie. His thing is so normally when I say I can't I can't make a movie. Jeff was like Oh did you gotta do it or whatever and then I ended up doing it but this one. I didn't WanNa tell you how of time because I didn't want I didn't WanNa fuck and see but I have this to add on Zip boy. I I who it's the boy. Zoar pronounced film stink. I own schyster film. I'm I don't like only be on the Mike. Critique of this movie has nothing to do with it counting the pre like. I'm not going to be if that's what they choose to do. Fine but that's just what an insane decision throwing that out the window. This movie sucks. It was a new director. Something the only reason. No No. It's the same guy. That William William Hill Billy Bell on Billy Bell Really Brent Bell Bread. Bill be cubed the only reason I gave it a one out of one hundred a one out of one hundred is because there's a couple of moments in the movie where I thought it looked okay. We're like the look of the movie was okay. I like I like the new house or whatever they were like. Okay with some of that you gotta be really agree just to get zero for me so I always look to give it a point like trill triggers the point for being a movie right. I will look to give a movie except Holmes and Watson you gave better zero right. Yeah I will look I will look for something I think. Katie Holmes was okay. I think whoever played the husband was okay. The kid was okay. Like all the like and also the dude who plays like Dagmar. From game of thrones I think as Fuck re-something but he's he's okay to I think the acting forms is are all right. And that's probably what bumps me to like a five just like conceptually. I didn't understand the movie at all like they have that opening like a robbery attack thing which I didn't know was a robbery until they said it much later in the film like that she just gets attacked and then I thought it was a dream. Sequencer jump scare what and then they just moved on. Never talked about it again for a long time But then like us or slowly introduce the pot plot and then you don't we get into like the nuts and bolts of it until maybe the last thirty minutes right if that and again. I someone who didn't see the first movie. I was expecting not exposition. But just to be told what was happening in the most bay sense in any get any that until the closing like thirty inches. Everything about this movie was just pure shit. And like I said it's just purely purely exploitation of the horror franchise in it goes right back to what I say about most horror movies and the fact that like most of them are Shit. The ones that are good or very very good. This is falls in the category purely expletive of teenagers. Toss out something that makes five million dollars to make and get up to fifty million dollar return on your gold. It's another doll movie too right. Yes another movie. So the first one was ten million and it made sixty four. This was ten million. It's only got eight point four so far as to go. It's just fucking Dole. It's boring it's lifeless. It's uninventive which is kind of like. That's the thing that makes me laugh. It's uninventive which is funny because it. Reinvented the idea of the first movie. This actually like if you're a fan of the I like I'm not a huge fan but like I respect it. A lot of what they tried to do. There was creative enough really caught my attention. United love it. There are people who really liked the first movie and I don't you know me I am. This is a star wars thing called old triggered star wars fans. But I don't like saying a something ruined the previous movie movie still there s still love back to the future three other than ruined the previous two for me right. It's not like the the godfather three this one I could very well see like your big Hor Fan. You like the first boys. Ub like what the fuck it doesn't make any sets. What are you ret conning? The previous movie for but then again. That goes through what I was saying. That's Hilarious to me is that it's uninventive and the irony is it tried to do something. Inventive and reinvent itself. It didn't need to do that issue. This movie sucks. What the fuck is happening in? Two Thousand Twenty. I mean unbelievably bad movies out of nowhere. Real bad stretch. I think it's time to spinoff. From Brahms the classical composer to democracy. The boy three I think that's the classic evolution for this film franchise part of me wonders that there. I am. This is me no knowledge of the movie. Business works after crank in these things out hoping they'll just get paid by one streaming services to just get slapped on their their their sight. You know meeting happens where they go to net flix. They go to who they go to ever and then finally they`re. They're they're at QUBE and they're like. Can you break down into system however many ten minute segments no like right now we just got a fucking put it in beaters guys. Yeah so I don't know if that's true. Because the you know like net flicks is passing on. And why would it get at the local release but still like? I wonder if it's still if it's just something about or look bishops. Making a lot of money you know I. It's kind of like gambling right. You know we could take. We could take a quick bat of a million dollars in if hits big will make sixty if it loses we lose. We live on to make our next movie which might make sixty million dollars. So we're just GONNA pump them out so you know you go you go. Twenty Four for for seventy two from three but still score a lot of points to a good comp..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Are you going to defend? This or you're gonna let me read it because he said Russia gate has led to precedent cooperation between the government internet that is true right now. Of course, these platforms did not exist during WMD like I just want to know, why do you cite WMD, if the real world negative impact is not even remotely close. That we don't have a nuclear conflict that hundreds of thousands of people have not lost their lives. Weapons of mass destruction did not involve the government getting involved with Facebook or Twitter or Google none of which existed in any fashion. The intelligence was not the same. You had a situation where they were actively there were there were the president, and particularly the vice president the United States was actively seeking specific intelligence to support their in this case. No, we didn't have that. You had a President Obama who sat on the information that he got about about Russian interference, essentially. Which may or may not have had like like the Facebook, partnering with the Atlantic Council to as an example takedown Tele sore he's talking about the broader fallout of these things that's what he's talking about. Well, I think to the extent well, first of all none of that happened in wet with with Iraq. I mean, it's just a very bad. Okay. What I'm talking about? Is you can write that. We should not have taken down. Tell us Facebook page. I have no problem with that. But it doesn't have anything to do with weapons of mass destruction. In. There was a real desire, and they were politicians politicians, but not government officials per se. I mean, you had people in the, you know, the minority were not even running these committees. Good people in the DOJ and FBI who for whatever reason way before Donald Trump became president thought there was some type of problem under the president who had said Russia is it's a joke to consider them. Our our permit just it is not it is shoehorning an idea. As a journalistic failure. However, WMD was a pimple compared to Russia gave there's no point bringing up WMD. It is it is. It's just a poor analogy. And that's what that's the. That's the. The breath of Mike critique, and it's I mean, honestly like. I feel bad for Tele sore. They don't have Facebook page. And I think it's wrong. And I think that we need to break up Facebook. But. Really like, it's either if it's not apt in terms of its journalistic failure, and it's not apt analogy in terms of it's a real world impact than it's just not an apt comparison. There are better ones. I really appreciate the way that you have come at this actually Sam like I feel like the way we've covered it here is very different than the way. They do it in the mainstream media. Definitely thing. Because like, they're obviously is something there and the part that interests me is when you go further further further deeper and look at the influence of global oligarchy and corruption and money and not just in our politics, but around the world, and like, I guess there was it. I never believed. I still don't believe that Trump is going to suffer any real consequences from this. But there's always a chance and we've got to use all the tools in our toolbox. The thing that I object to and the thing that I will always balk is the way the function it served, the psychological function it served in the mainstream media, especially for liberals who did not want to look at any of the other deeper problems that lead to. To Trump winning the election in two thousand sixteen and they didn't wanna look at themselves, and they didn't want to feel culpable in any way for the political programs that they've advanced..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"All of that coming up. I'm not sure if it's me or not, but our NFL draft prospects getting bigger and stronger. I'm watching the scouting combine. And you have this Mississippi State edge rusher. Montanez sweat. He ran four four one in the forty. He's six six hundred and sixty pounds, and that's a record for defensive ends at faster than most Pro Bowl whiteout. And then you've got the wide receiver from old miss. You've probably seen some of his Instagram pictures decay Metcalf. He's six three. To Twenty-eight reportedly has body fat of less than two percent, which I didn't know was possible. I thought you would be dead. He bench press two hundred and twenty five pounds twenty seven times any ran of four three three forty. Then you got Alabama defensive tackle Quinn Williams. He ran a four eight near San IRA four eight he's three hundred pounds. And he ran a four eight forty, but you have to be careful with these numbers because it feels like every year, we got a couple of these workout wonders nego. My God is guy can miss John Ross. The Bengals drafted him member him number nine overall. He set the record for forty yard dash at the combine I think he was a four to guy so guys like, sweat and medcalf Williams. They're coming up productive college careers in. These numbers are consistent with their performances but bigger stronger faster quicker. We're gonna know soon enough if any of this translates into being a great NFL player. I'm always fascinated with the questions that they ask these potential draft picks because I'm going to learn more about you. I haven't done anything since the season ended. So I'm a look at your tape and hopefully. I can glean something from that tape that goes, okay? That's how he performed in game situations on a big stage. But if I if I sit down with you, I'm gonna find out a lot more about you things that I think can translate into what kind of pro are you going to be how responsible are you g love Edina needed? You have to have it. What is your background there? But then never fails. And I don't know if the NFL investigates this if they care to investigate this one NFL draft prospect, Kris Boyd a team ask him at the combine if he had to testicles. Now, I don't know if it was a doctor who asked this by from what I'm told it wasn't. So I don't think they try to play mind games with you. North Carolina Charlotte offense at guard Nate Davis, he said one team wouldn't shake his hand the official wouldn't shake his hand. Instead the official punched him in the chest. And he said you have a soft chest. So Davis told reporters, I was like, okay. We just kept going. But that's probably the weirdest thing that happened to him. Member last year, Michael Dixon. He's the punter Seattle. Challenged him to a staring contest. So you go into the interview, and they wanna see how long he could stare before blinking. This happened this year with Kentucky cornerback Lonnie Johnson. And the Seahawks made him do the same thing. Fifteen sixteen seconds. He said during his formal interview, and he one is staring contest. I don't know what any of this means. You've had a former NFL defensive in Austin lane was once asked boxers or briefs are you? Go back to what the dolphins did back in two thousand ten with Dez Bryant ask if his mother was a prostitute. Jeff Ireland later issuing an apology. Yeah. Really? This happens and you had one recruit one candidate one potential draft pick the Florida Gators edge rusher. I'm not sure if it's Jakob polite. He he said that the forty Niners just bashed me the whole time and that the Green Bay Packers had the audacity to question is character accountability and worse plays. That's not polite. Thank you taught. I'm not being a crybaby or anything. He said that's their job. I just didn't know what to expect. Oh, I think that would downgrade you on my mind lists there if Mike Mike critique criticism got to you at the combine o. You got a long road to go there. So Jakob, polite. Yes polling where do you guys? Stand is a big question. But where do you guys stand on this NFL combine stuff? Do you believe that you need great measurable to be a great NFL player, or do you say this is a kind of a waste of time, which if you lean because it's not either or. I share the medical tests are important checking some other things are important. But there's a lot of guys who test well at the combine who don't do anything. And then there's a lot of guys like, you know, star players hop bell. Ran a four six forty at the combine that's slow for a halfback. He seems to be pretty good Emmitt. Smith didn't have a great time. Jerry Rice didn't have a great number. I think you get caught up. And I think there's so many numbers measurable is. Now, I can talk myself in or out, and I think that's what happens leading up to the draft. I wanna know your personality. I saw what you did on tape. You're gonna have your pro day. But I'm not going to take anything away from the combine where I go, you know, on second thought by just how fast you are or your reps with the two hundred and twenty five pounds or your vertical? I I'm watching you on I want to see you in a game. I want to see you when it's real when there's live bullets coming at you. That's what I want to see not a they call it. The. The underwear Olympics for reason, it's not real. I think you could have a combine where you make it a little more real IQ have guys going after you putting pressure on you or somebody who's actually covering you going out for a pass or somebody blocking you if you're going to try to get to the quarterback. You don't you can't do it because the possibility of injuries there. And last thing you want is, you know, one of these prospects to get hurt at the combine and can't even go into the draft. But I don't see anything where I go man on second thought and less. It's the interview because you may blow me away in the interview, you may discourage me in the interview process. But, but that's that's the missing part of this the stuff on the field talking to people who have been around you played against you. It's when I sit down with you, not that I have to ask you if you have to testicles. Yes. But you don't see any value in looking at someone's athleticism up close like that only. If it's somebody who wasn't who maybe a sleeper like you didn't get to see them on a big stage. This decay Metcalf who miss half the season with oldness. So I I'd like to see how healthy is. But I think this is more of the guys who don't get that chance to be on national TV. Trace McSorley of Penn State. He was the last quarterback who was invited to the combine and teams want to make him a defensive back. And he said, no, I think there's a better chance that he could be a slot receive reruns a four five forty and he's he's a tough kid. But I don't think he may maybe a backup quarterback, maybe. But you know, you may have a chance if he went there and said all right, I'll catch some passes. But he said, no, I'm not going to. But if that were the case, then the combine would be worthwhile. If I'm watching trace McSorley, do I think he's starting quarterback? No, I don't do. I think he's somebody who could play in the NFL. I do then you go back and look at Aaron Donald about five six years ago when he was going to be a high second round late first round draft choice. They they didn't love him out of Pitt new defensive tackle for the Rams. But then his combine numbers were really great ran fast, very strong all his drill numbers. And I'm looking at post combine stuff they said he did the most to help himself by. His combine and he was picked up, and there's a case of where the combine showed what he could really do. And he's now considered the best single player in the NFL. But I don't know what you didn't take away from his tape in game situations. It's weird. Because if you look at the re re recaps of him right before the draft. They didn't love him before the combination. Everyone fell in love with. They said he was undersized too short. Yes. Mclovin. Is it possible? The media doesn't know what the teams know like JJ water Julio runs a crazy time. Then they go back. But the teams might have already seen that on tape because you always say that we don't know what the teams though because we have these mock drafts. But if you look at those mock drafts, how often do they withstand the test of time. It's when the scouts get a hold of these kids when the coaches get a hold of these kids, I still maintain the senior bowl is always I get I get some good Intel from the senior bowl because the scouts are there. And they're around these kids. There was a player. And and I I won't mention his name. But he went in there with his star status a couple of years ago. And just said, look, I'm I'm just here. You know, I'm not I don't wanna play you know, if I get in a couple of reps. That's it. But I'm just here. Just so I'm around the scouts and the coaches were turned off by him. Now, he plays in the NFL, but they were turned off by him with that. And you know, one of the scouts means maintains that decision that doesn't like this player because there's more of a star field to. Hey, this is you know, I'm a star. I'm already a star before I got to the NFL, mclovin. I would argue and I I'm not sure everyone agrees me my faster getting much more accurate in recent years. I saw one where this website called the huddle dot com who's been crazy accurate even weeks out. I think more and more information is coming out. Like, I feel I have to know fifteen years you have to know the right people to talk to. That's really what it came down to me because there'd be times when you. Oh that guy's greater that guy. Can't miss. And then you talk to somebody, and it would be somebody who was a sycophant. They would be saying good things about that player. Because there was a reason to you gotta get somebody who's unbiased who just says my job is to assess you, that's it. I don't care about your family. I don't care about your al-matar your coach nothing. My job depends on me looking at you and being honest, and what happened and happened to me is I get guys who would say man this guy Curtis Amos member him at Penn State bears took him. I think it was like a top five pick number four overall Hussein. But I had people who Penn State were like you're gonna love this kid, man. He's so once again, I'm getting people who are they want? They benefit by telling you. Hey, we turn out running backs here and courtesies washed out. Kaid mcdown at UCLA drafted by the way. Why am I picking on the bears? Thomas a lot to spell. Yeah. They're like, oh, man. He's undersized, but he makes up for in, heart, and grit. He's tough. Rashawn. Salaam,.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"Remember when glee came out. It was a national phenomenon. Like, it was just it was so accepted so quickly. And so so in the mainstream not just amongst queer people. And I remember watching one episode and being like what like this is terrible. This is bad TV. Like, I remember. But I remember so first of all I wrote for like the culture section and edited the culture section of the local newspaper in Bloomington, Indiana, the time, and so like if you googled, it's no longer the case. But if you googled, I hate glee my name on the first. Because they had this op-ed that when quote unquote, viral about like how much I hated glee in how the representation did not represent me. I'm sure if I reread that now, we'd probably be incredibly, homophobic. I was I was gay openly gay. But I was like criticizing like my criticisms of it. We're probably internally, homophobic, probably. But I remember just still being frustrated even though it was like one of the first mainstream queers things that like, you know, took flight. Yeah. Well, so not to be the second person to bring up a Ryan Murphy creation. I'm going to be the second person to bring up around Murphy creation. When I was in. I believe eighth grade. But maybe seventh there was this new show that started on the WB, and it's called pop. That show. And this is the thing. Okay. You had married cherry with her beautiful long hair. You had Tammy Lynn gay. Yeah. Who was married? Zamil in lesbian. She married to Rosie. Yeah. Or or Melissa Ethridge. The thing. This is the thing. There was a care. There was a character on the show who was gay was played by went worth Miller. But they never said he was gay. But he was like very queenie and the show was unbelievably campy. It's what's so funny to me is now I'm understanding. This was my that was my first interaction with camp to camp. Yes. And Mike critique of the show at the time was that one all the kids were rich and one critique. And I was just like well, not everyone's the rich like I feel like I wanna be part of this. But I can't and to pretty much everyone on the show was white. And I just remember thinking, I know this is like I know that this is like not being created in the spirit of normal TV of what most of what I was consuming wise. And so I if I understood that that was queer, but I knew that it was like very different the whole spirit of everything the ether of it. But it still felt completely inaccessible to me. And I understood that even though I like watched it and I lived for all two seasons..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Total madness. When you think about it? The only thing that Mueller can really do here. Given that number one. He hasn't proven that leaks is the Russian government and number two as we're going to show, he's fishing around with some very non credible people. What did it seems to me that he's trying to do is occurred Jorie trap? Not anything about the Russian collusion because there is no collusion. We all knew that. But they're trying to do. Here is get various people on a perjury trap lake. Maybe this person said that. And now we have a witness who is cooperating with us who says something different. And so did you perjure yourself? And then if you get a perjury trap, which simply means you testified about one thing. And you know, you're testifying about a million things over seventy hours, and then you may have misled or in this case just said something wrong. And then you have somebody somewhere else who says differently. That's not Russian collusion. But now what he's trying to do number one is to Trump. No about the Trump Tower meeting has if the Trump Tower meeting was about anything as if you are really colluding with Russia in in twenty minutes, twenty minutes somehow the Russians who again, I've actually all the Russians president at the Trump Tower nothingburger meeting also said and many witnesses. President said this they never ever even represented themselves as members of Russia. But let's just say that they were right. If you're stealing at election with the Russians have you really going to have a meeting with all of the top campaign officials in your headquarters, and then by the way, rob Goldstone who was present was literally posting on Facebook. Hey, I'm in Trump Tower. And then the whole thing will come on. It's ridiculous. And in twenty minutes, they stole the election. Really? So now, we know that Mueller is not looking into the real Trump Tower story, which is fusion GPS at the whole thing up, according to at least the information that's being indicated by my investigation. But here's the other thing. Okay, next. Let's skip to WikiLeaks. Did he did you not know duty not where are they coordinating with WikiLeaks? Which again he'd have to prove number one that WikiLeaks is Russia and then number two that the. That Trump and his campaign knew it was Russia, and then number three that they were coordinating soon. Hell that gets us. And this is really there's really shows that Mueller has nothing who are the star witnesses here who you know, may or may not did they know did they not know today of an inside. Did they not number one? We're talking about Roger stone. Now, let me just stop here. Right. No, Roger stone, quite well. I don't like to say anything negative, but I can tell you that he has been misleading to say the least about different things. And I know for a fact that he's misleading not about this whole Russia thing, but he's made different claims of other things that I happen. To know I'm talking here, for example, about the women coming to the debate and other involvement with the Bill Clinton sex accusers. All by the way, I can tell you personally can't stand him, and they just gonna stop here because I don't want to smear anybody, but the whole point of this. And I know him is that he doesn't have credibility. And by the way, it is look at the things that he has said, and then he comes back on them. And he admits that he's a publicity whore to say, the least he admits that he changes his story. He admits that he does things for hype. And I don't know what he believes what he doesn't believe. Now Jerome Corsi. Then again, I'm not gonna you know, I'm just gonna because I know these people I don't want to say anything one way or the other negative because I mean, this only in my analysis of the individuals that will relying upon and let's stop here. Okay. I'm not going to go any further into Coursey. But I'll just say that he when he says that he pieces things together not based on any inside sources, but based on his own guessing based on information, I think that is exactly right. I think that's what he does. He takes. And I know him you all know that I worked at world net daily for like ten years twelve years I worked with Jerry Corsi Noam, very very well, then on many cruises with him in the world net daily cruises. I've met him many many times one on one dinners, you know, I've known him a long long time. I think he's very well. Meaning I don't think. That he deliberately misleads. I do think that when he says that he pieces together information not based on sources, and he's talking in the case of WikiLeaks just based on public information. And then he puts it all together, I can testify here that that is my experience with Jerry Corsi that he pieces information together based on publicly available information and not based on sources. So if that's what you're saying. I believe that that is the case here as well, given that I have known him again as I said for fifteen years, and when I say, no, I mean, very very, well, we know each other, and I do believe that he pieces together public information. And that's how if you came up with everything about, you know, John Podesta and that the WikiLeaks we're going to release that I think he just got it from public information as he himself saying now, we have a third individual who is another alleged stone associate make. Chronique? Oh. The guy is openly a comedian on the radio. Are you kidding me? That that the entire investigation of Mueller in part centers on Mike. Critique, oh, who is a jokester with zero credibility. Roger stone who I just again going to stop myself year. But when people say, he's not credible. Let me just again affirm that that is my own opinion and information from knowing stone, and knowing other people who know him very well. But I also know it's kind of unfair to say that without giving examples, but I'm going to stop myself here. Okay. Trust me, I can give examples trust me. But I'm not for now. Then Jerry Corsi who again is very well, meaning, but does piece things together based on information that is out there. And that is kind of the way he he works. So this is what Bob Mueller has. Rogers on Jerry, chorus a radio jokester. Mike Kerr dean, go. Whether Trump knew about a meeting about nothing in Trump Tower. Then what this shows all of us number one is that's such a shame and what a waste of taxpayer money. But number two, he's got nothing zero NADA on collusion between Trump and Russia because again, it doesn't exist. It didn't exist. And then also he he asks Trump excuse me about the change of the platform with Ukraine and the weapons we went over that the whole thing is very is largely fake news. It's not real. It's very little. It's very minimized in from says he had nothing to do with it. And I don't think you would have had anything to do with it. But even if he did.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The computers for more and more of the day get a student on a computer really learn because you know. What happened to the you know the the discipline of. At least having a teacher they're keeping things in order So Mike critique of the common core which I elaborate, and books and articles and op EDS, in speeches and whenever I can I mean the. Standards themselves lead to this very formulaic way. Of teaching that, can be taught on computers that can be scored on computers that can, be graded on computers and so what happens. Is you read a passage and then you answer, questions about the passage using words from the text so you're not supposed to connect to? Anything, outside of, the texture life as, other things you've read the world you're just supposed, to regurgitate and as it turns, out this kind, of method can be taught pretty well on. Computers and so, you know teachers are in the short term are still necessary maybe in the long term they'll be, necessary as like disciplinary officers but it's it's a way to make teachers irrelevant it's, a way, to make education teacher proof I remember nNcholas where, we had a good team It was fun to go to class and you really learned in got, into things because that teacher made the, subject matter interesting and then we had a few. Teachers well wasn't as interesting you know the. Material was dry and the teacher was even drier And you know that you didn't even want to go to. That. Class but you did because you had. To now if we. Start replacing, teachers with machines and computers what happens to that motivation Yeah well you know there's there's two parts it's the teachers and the students I mean I. Think when we look back on our education what are we remember we remember the people that cared about, us that made us interested in learning and becoming the people we. Were going to be and then we also looked. At our own experiences things that we chose, and we did as young people and the trend in education is to negate. Both of those things, so you're not, you're not creating. Space for teachers so, there's this whole movement to regulate teaching and you? Know it bothers powerful people that teachers can do what they, want so for the past I don't know ten twenty, years they've really been thinking how do we prevent teachers from going off, script and there's a pretty crazy ideas. That, have been in circulation including using video cameras in, the classroom to monitor teachers Just to, see how? They're, doing well it's you, know Bill Gates actually gave a Ted talk if. If. People, are curious, about this and he. Said that base everybody needs a. Coach and, so we need to have cameras in the classroom, to to regulate teachers? To make sure that they're following effective practices and in some schools have even gone to the point where they put a headset. On teachers while they're teaching and then there's a supposed- expert coach giving advice from you know from a, distance who's watching to class on camera and they can be experts. From a distance, can give instructions to the teacher. So you know that practices dot com and, yet but I, mean it just gives you a sense of the craziness of. Where we're going now, during my school, days nNcholas I. Think it was the, school board that selected the curriculum in how it? Was going to be done wasn't it yeah I mean for, for I would say from America's founding through the nineteenth Th century the beginning of of the. Common school movement up until about the twentieth century education, in America, was really a local thing for good and bad right I mean you have to be honest absolutely but the the trend is. Story for the past fifty years is that the. Federal government and, powerful people want to control the schools they want to create the type of people that they want, to, create hold on a second nNcholas we are we had a break already but we'll come back and talk, more about? This. Including your work common, core national education standards and the threat to democracy Never. Miss a detail on a, show or a guest sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter, available for, free at coast to coast AM dot com.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you with our guest nNcholas Tampico his book called common core nNcholas, teaches political science at Fordham university in New York City he's the author of, many books including common core he started. To research education policy after the common core transformed his oldest son's kindergarten experience his book on the, common core argues that the. Standards themselves lead to an inferior educational process based on regurgitating evidence from taxed he thinks. That his kids and all kids deserve better we're gonna talk about that. At an and also will teachers be turned. Into computers and robots nNcholas welcome to the program Georgia I'm glad to be. Here common core of course is was set up a few years ago our forty one states, now part of the standard At this point not very many. States still call the standards the common core they're often called college and career readiness standards or in New York they're called the next generation learning standards but, one of the? Things that I think is that pretty much the entire country is still using the common core standards and you don't like these standards how come this my, problem with the standards is that they're all about using the exact word from the text which provides young people very few opportunities to think for themselves and it really forces teachers to teach in a certain way, that makes us students regurgitate. Evidence from the text and not share their, own thoughts are feeling, is giving the teacher a playbook saying here, it. Is this is what you. Teach so, the common core standards and not curriculum but the fact. Is is that the. Standards, lead to a stern Kind of, education that can't be scripted so in New, York we have, something called the common core curriculum the engaged New York module that's. Used all around the country it was. Designed to New York but used all around the country and they are literally scripts to the minute for the entire school year that teachers how to teach, let's talk a? Little bit about school right now as as we all remember what school was like during our days what are gonna look like in the future nNcholas so, in the older days you know critic by my my past you know when I was a student in the nineteen eighties teachers had a certain amount of freedom schools had at a certain amount of freedom I, mean freedom can be abused. So I'm not saying everything was golden in, the olden days but, there are some moments of spontaneity creativity innovation You, know at a local level but what we're seeing, now is this trend to top down control of schools and. This top down standardization, centralization it can use several different mechanisms to, to take place so what I think you're going to see. Is that for the next few, years there are there will still, be brick and mortar schools I don't think those are going away anytime soon but you're going to. Have students on computers for more and more time and and teachers I mean maybe for old fashioned maybe out of, habit will still call them teachers but really, there'll? Be security guards or helpers, or people, to help with the computers, but you, know the overwhelming trend is to have the students, on the computers for more and more of the day can't get a student on. A computer, really learned because you. Know what happened to the you know the the discipline of, at least having a teacher they're keeping, things, in Order So Mike critique of the common, core which I elaborate and books and articles and op EDS in. Speeches and whenever I, can I, mean the standards themselves lead to this very formulaic way of teaching that can be taught on computers that can be scored on computers that can be graded on. Computers and so what happens is you read a passage and then you answer questions about the passage using words from the. Text so you're not supposed to connect anything outside of the, tax your. Life as other things you've read the, world you're just supposed to..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And. Welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you with. Our guest nNcholas Tampico his book is called common. Core nNcholas teaches political science at Fordham university in New York City he's the author of. Many books including common core he started to research education policy after the common core transformed his oldest son's kindergarten experience his book. On the common core argues that the standards themselves lead. To an inferior educational process based on regurgitating evidence from attacks he thinks that his kids, and, all kids deserve better, we're. Gonna talk about that at. An also will teachers be turned into computers and robots nNcholas welcome. To the program Georgia. I'm glad to be here common core of, course is was set up a few years, ago our forty. One states now part of the standard at this point not very many states still call the. Standards the common core They're often called, college, and career readiness standards, or. In New York they're called. The next, generation learning standards but one of the things that I. Think is that pretty. Much, the entire country is still using the, common core standards and you don't like these, standards how come This my problem with the standards is that they're all about using the exact word from the text which provides young people very. Few opportunities to think for themselves and it, really forces teachers to, teach in a certain way that makes us students regurgitate evidence from the text and. Not share their own, thoughts are feeling is giving the teacher a, playbook say here it is this is what you teach so. The common core standards and not, curriculum but the fact is is, that the standards lead to a certain kind of education that can't be scripted so and New York we. Have something called the common core curriculum the engaged New York module that's used all around the country. It was designed to New York but used all around the country. And they are literally scripts to the. Minute for the entire school year that tell teachers how to teach let's talk a little bit about school right now as as we all remember what school, was like During our days what are you gonna look like in the future So in. The olden, days you know they critic by my credit my, past you know when I was a. Student in the nineteen eighties teachers had a. Certain amount, of freedom schools had, it a certain amount of freedom I mean freedom can be, abused so I'm not saying everything was golden in, the olden, days but, there are at least. Some moments of spontaneity creativity innovation you know at a local level but what we're seeing now is this trend to. This top down control of schools and this top down. Standardization centralization it can use several different mechanisms to to take place so when I, think you're going to see is that for the next. Few years there are there will still be brick and, mortar school so I don't think those are going away anytime soon but you're going to? Have, students on, computers for more and more time. And and teachers I I mean maybe for old Maybe out of habit we'll still call them teachers but really. There'll be security guards or you know helpers or people. To help with the computers but you know the overwhelming trend is to have the students on, the computers for more and more of the. Day get a student on a computer really learn because, you know what happened to the you know the the discipline of at least having a? Teacher, they're keeping, things in order So Mike critique of the common, core which I elaborate and books and articles and op EDS in. Speeches and whenever I, can I, mean the standards themselves lead to this very formulaic way of teaching that can be taught on computers that can be scored on computers that can be graded on. Computers and so what happens is you read a passage and then you answer questions about the passage using words from the. Text so you're not supposed to connect to anything outside of the tax. Life as other things you've read the, world you're just supposed to..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you with our guest nNcholas Tampico his book is called common core nNcholas teaches political science at Fordham university in New York City he's the author of many books, including common core he started to research. Education policy after the common core transformed his oldest son's kindergarten experience his book on the common core argues that the standards themselves. Lead to an inferior educational process based on regurgitating evidence from taxed he thinks that his. Kids and all kids deserve better we're gonna talk about that at an. And also will teachers be turned into computers. And robots nNcholas welcome to the program Georgia I'm glad to be. Here common core of course is was set up a few years ago our forty one states, now part of the standard At this point not very many. States still call the standards the common core they're often called college and career readiness standards or in New York they're called the next generation learning standards but, one of the? Things that I think is that pretty much the entire country is still using the common core standards and you don't like these standards how come this my, problem with the standards is that they're all about using the exact word from the text which provides young people very few opportunities to think for themselves and it really forces teachers to teach in a certain way, that makes us students regurgitate. Evidence from the text and not share their, own thoughts are feeling, is giving the teacher a playbook saying here, it. Is this is what you. Teach so, the common core standards and not curriculum but the fact. Is is that the. Standards, lead to a sir Kind? Of education that can't be scripted so in New York we have something called the common core curriculum the engaged New York module that's used all around the, country it was designed in New York but used all around the country and they are literally scripts to the minute for the entire school year that tell teachers how to teach let's talk a little bit about, school right now as as. We all remember what school was like during, our days what are, you going gonna look like in the future So in the olden days you. Know critic by my credit my, past you know when I was, a student in the nineteen eighty s teachers had a certain amount of freedom schools had it a certain. Amount of freedom I mean freedom can be abused so I'm not saying everything was golden in the olden days but. There are at least some moments of spontaneity creativity innovation You know, at a local level but what we're seeing now is this trend to top down. Control, of schools, and this top down, standardization centralization it can use several different mechanisms to, to take place so what I, think you're going, to see is that for the next few. Years there are, there will still be brick and mortar schools I don't think those are going away anytime soon but. You're gonna have students on computers for more and more time and and teachers I I, mean maybe, for old fashioned maybe out of habit will still, call them teachers but. Really there'll be security guards, or you, know helpers or people to help, with the computers but you know the overwhelming trend is to have the students on the computers for more. And more of the day can't get a. Student on, a computer really learned. Because you know what happened to the you know the the, discipline of at least having a teacher they're keeping, things, in Order so, Mike critique of the common core which I elaborate and books and articles and op EDS in speeches and whenever. I can I mean the standards themselves lead to this. Very formulaic way of teaching that can be taught on computers that can be scored on computers, that can be graded on computers and so. What happens is you read a passage and then, you answer questions about the passage using words from the text so you're not supposed? To, connect to, anything outside of the, tax your life as other things you've read the, world you're just supposed to be, Girja Tate and, as it turns out this kind of method..

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on WRVA

"For old fashioned maybe out of habit will? Still call them teachers but, really there'll, be security guards or you know helpers or people to help with the computers but you, know the overwhelming trend is to have. The students on the computers for more and. More of, the day Tim killer, student on a computer really learn because you know what happened, to the you know the the discipline of at, least having, a teacher, they're keeping things in. Order so Mike critique of the common core which I elaborate and books and articles And our beds in speeches and whenever I can I mean the standard selves lead to this, very formulaic way of teaching that can be taught on. Computers that can be scored on computers that can be graded on computers and so what happens, is you read a passage and then you. Answer questions about the passage using words from the, text so you're not supposed to connect anything outside of the texture life as other. Things you've, read the world you're, just supposed to regurgitate and as it turns out, this kind of method can be, taught pretty well, on computers and so you know teachers are. In the short, term are still necessary maybe in the long term they'll be necessary as like disciplinary officers but it's, it's a way to make teachers irrelevant it's a way to make education teacher proof, I remembered, nNcholas where we had a good teacher was fun, to go to class and. You really learned in got into things, because that teacher made the subject matter Interesting and then we had a few teachers well, wasn't as interesting you know the material was dry and the teacher was even drier And you know that you didn't, even want to go to? That. Class but you did because you had. To now if we. Start replacing, teachers with machines and computers what happens to that motivation Yeah well you know there's there's two parts it's the teachers and the students I mean I. Think when we look back on our education what are we remember we remember the people that cared about, us that made us interested in learning and becoming the people. We were going to be and then we also. Looked at our own experiences things that we, chose and we did as young people and the trend education is to negate. Both of those things, so you're not, you're not creating. Space for teacher so, there's this whole movement to regulate teaching and you? Know it bothers powerful people that teachers can do what they, want so for the past I don't know ten twenty, years they've really been thinking how do we prevent teachers from going off, script and there's a pretty crazy ideas. That, have been in circulation including using video cameras in, the classrooms have monitor teachers Doing well, it's you know Bill. Gates actually gave a Ted talk. If if, people are curious about this and he said that, you know basically everybody? Needs a coach and so we need to have cameras in the classroom to to regulate teachers to make sure that they're following. Effective practices in some schools have even gone to the point where they put a headset on teachers while, they're teaching and then there's a supposed- expert coach giving advice. From the from, a distance who's watching the class. On camera and they be expert from a, distance can give instructions to the teacher so you know that practices dot com. And yet but I, mean it just, gives you a. Sense of the craziness, of where we're going during my school days nNcholas? I think it was the school board that selected the curriculum, and how it was going to be done wasn't it Yeah I mean for for I. Would say from, America's founding through the nineteenth century the beginning of of the common school movement up until about. The. Twentieth century education in America was really a local thing for good bad right I mean you have to, be honest Absolutely But the the trend is story for the past fifty years is that the federal government and powerful people want to control the. Schools they want to create the type of people that they want to. Create hold on a, second. NNcholas we had a break, already but we'll come back and talk more about this including your, work common, core national education standards and the threat to. Democracy never miss a detail.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"The poor people in the city i've talked about that for very long time fair fairs that was a great effort by the council the mayor and most importantly the advocates who really laid out how to get this done so there's a lot of really arguments by maria dulas budget commission reported without a millionaires tax and that was and that was a conflict because these are the priorities the people want but we have to do more long range thinking and strategizing about how we create a five borough economy how we start investing doing the complicated work of investing in our communities we need to come up with a better women minority owned business plan in the city and we've been working on this year's our procurement policy need to be reformed because at the back end we're only investing four point nine percent in city contracts with women and minority owned businesses so i've always said what you really want to do economically in the city is create wealth in communities beyond manhattan and the way you create wealth is you invest with wbz's you have long range have long reign strategies to deal with job creation in the boroughs and i think that has to start moving we're going to have a longterm impact for the city just just one more on that you know you like the investment in senior housing the investment in fair fares you know you are someone who wants the city to be spending on priorities and you know sort of in the same mindset as the last couple of city council speakers and the mayor but but you're main argument that hasn't really been the at the forefront of these other leaders is this sort of peg program that we really need agencies to rein in their spending something the mayor has an insisted on i mean that's sort of the real essence that would be that you're okay with some of this i'm okay i'm okay with bending for good things and again we need to make sure that the money that we are spending really goes to creating a pipeline to the middle class fall people and also to grapple with the people who was struggling the real challenge in government is to take advantage of what has been a very flush economy you know i keep saying that the new york city konomi in terms of the recovery since the two thousand eight recession has really led the nation maria knows this and so we have been at this once in a forty year moment in the city's history where we we are not just we just don't have enough money to meet some of our priorities but we also had this incredible opportunity to deal with some of the vexing problems that require large expenditures but can really radically transformed the city and i think that when we deal with some of these issues homelessness is something we're able to grapple with because we can't spend close to three billion dollars mike critique is just because you spend it doesn't mean you solve the problem and i think part of the problem is that we operate in a silo to protest to homelessness where we have investment.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Know you know he's not their guy he's not going to be around you know for five six seven years i could see where they would throw caution to the window little bid but there does come a point where number one is the detriment to the team which i thought he was but you do have to say the athlete from himself in i didn't hear mike bike zimmer that we get the update to say what i might zimba's postgame reaction so let's hear it here is is similar that also oh maybe we'll hear from case keita first appears am on bradford what he was doing with the vikings head coach he aggravated his his injury when he got got tackled on place and so and i just was best for him we got him out of there he was he didn't want to come out anyone santer fight you know i didn't i didn't want to get him injured anymore okay i mean you know he sounds believable there ibm they can probably mike critique or by over lies those words egg i guess it's good enough for me i mean the other thing too big to remember here is it there's there's a hope they teddy bridgewater actually becomes viable at some point this year now it likely not going to play or or although i jail c or syrup case keno because they see them actually played okay jason lock enforce reported a few times that all teddy's is strongly move in that direction hugest said you know i'm not the biggest teddy bridgewater fit in the world i mean i love as a young man and had even healthy you me yeah healthy like i don't know that he was necessarily moving in the direction of of undeniable franchise quarterback i never quite saw that awesome talent i did see some leadership to be fair level i know they guys the eye and we love them we've got him on our show we had a modicum all the miracle memory showed up ely look back yard burgers rolled with an app ubiquity get mad he's a good kid um but i i he hasn't played a long time a he has now played in a long time and that's going to be want to.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I mean a certain have mike critique and my negative feelings about certain issues that donald trump is as that brought up it but i'm not that like a hater and eight that moment actually reminded me of like like yeah game in being their here there fan oh yeah i'm of the grandkids we was signing they're all sitting around playing with his pants mike that is a human cy that you don't really see much of yeah issues so gorgeous she's like a beautiful manic and barb it all and then you know really see that interaction side in every was of his grandkids being really cool has really swing she really like she's really good looking yes you give but i mean and you know i'm connor break like forty eight yeah no spring chicken which you know because women hope mr skin put up a milan yeah spread today in on an honor of you know yeah first lady just get but but it did liberals use that to talk to mike don't by it is a hot model who cares i don't care supposed whatever but i hate what i want to know is like i mean i'm being series here and i have to pervert which i am up a lot but are we going to use milan yeah any wonka true are shooter to our benefit like we have they'd like insanely hot first family quite a meet your benefit if and i mean like are we going to do some type of peor with that some type of identity of can we develop positive feelings throughout the world even throughout the country did let's just let's face it will face fourteen hot first lady and first daughter i mean i did not just what about donald and out of empire diaries wife they're like gorgeous yeah women yeah so you know i think enter now played well do is help people and promote the idea that yes you can be super sexy and hole was in men's magazines and still be the first lady we a little beyond you can't we're not all put in one box we can be many things you can be a scholar be super sexy i'm executive putting things are one box chilly.

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"i. mike critique" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"i. mike critique" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

"Who's burning fossils feels like there's no tomorrow and facilitate in us but duke energy enough i know they're companies that are running the call firepower plays the duke energy flood but i digress yeah i think abdullah ran here luck won a pick if you're from also abraham and alexander virginia aybar and what's on your mind i know he talked about an hour en ninety nine i mean you don't show your ground zero moment conch have not come in your shot the cubs agenda on your show that's a good question abraham and i'm i'm in you know this is this is mike critique of the way that the clinton campaign is being runner night i hope somebody from the campaign is listing if issues have come on my show you know first bought yeah i think most politicians they they know where they're going to get a friendly reception issue we get a from the reception here but it's not you know they they know that she doesn't need to come on this program to have me say you know amenable for hillary clinton what lawson but he hasn't come in and he progress monahan in any media basically she hasn't done at a press release in a year or a press conference in here and i think the reason why his because she gets you know sheahan or campaign get house screwed up rb is to not have any interest in as you know she was told a press conference in either ask or questions like ok you know in year two hundred and forty five billion dollar infrastructure project how much of that is devoted to roads and how much is devoted to the raising the the broad band.

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