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"it" Discussed on Run It Again
"About. I don't know said. Well this will come to a shock as a shock to you. The Patriots were fine again. One point one million in a loss of third rounder for their little sideline crew filming. In the Bengals browns game last year. Yet you probably wouldn't be a very good idea. Express how I. Let me. Ron It's just. This this stuff keeps happening in even though it's a fairly stiff penalty. Ultimately. You're still allowing it. Yeah and you know because the the rings and all that stuff but. This stuff keeps popping up. What else is there and what happened that? They didn't know about nuts, but I keep thinking about unfortunately. I have some memories air and. Have some concern about my experiences there so but you know you can't prove any of that, and that's fine the thing is tragic to me. Ron Is such good coach. It's such a great. They have such good people. They're still have do that stuff. Yeah. That's what I don't I. Don't get I understand. I! Guess I understand. The desire to win and What encompasses that and what comes along with that, but you know this. The head coach has been hit before this last time. This happened. He was fine. Drop in the bucket. Head coaching standards these days five hundred thousand in a first round pick now. That's not a drop in the bucket. That significant, but stuff continues to happen in. It's funny, because no matter how much it's. Explained away or You know they try to say on. No, we're. We're just an innocent film. Crew were were shooting this and we didn't know and Blah Blah. You just look at it and it leaves a sour taste in your mouth. Stop Stop! Don't even try to explain know. have. You might have you had a chance to look at the the the audio. The video that shows the guys getting busted. Yes, Either League! It's just an listening to this guy on the film crew talk and it's like dude. Shut up! You are so dead to rights. In, the NFL official that's that's questioning them. Is is right on target and you know where this is going. It's just it's embarrassing. It's not only embarrassing for the Patriots is embarrassing for the League for the League honors of Ball. That level right it's there's so many guys in the league. They're trying to do it the right way and the wait. Is You know we'll win? However, the rules are to stretch it to the boundaries like that and go pass those boundaries. I am. I've got a lot a hard strong fields, even before this, if for instance, know when you list your urine trees. To hide him ladies. You can do all the stuff that he's done for. Years has come out on Mondays. Hey, these guys boom, and that's what it is. You know I just I. Don't know it just it's right. It's right. There's no shades of gray. It's either right, or it's wrong to me. Now I'm sure that they're not the only ones okay and I. I know you'd be naive to think that this. Stuff happens and when the price tag for winning and the rewards for winning, go up, stuff happens, but. It just seems always be something over and over and over like you say how many rings six six seven rings just. Seemed like it'd be enough is enough, but it's a great honor to those rings and not have all that other drama around it. Yeah Yeah. Stay tuned we'll. We'll see what else comes up. All right coach gotta take a quick break. We'll be back with more running. Begin after this message. Not Too long ago, there were people who never dreamed. They would need help feeding their families, but then to pandemic hit, and their income suddenly stopped leaving them with no means to buy food. These are people. You know your neighbors. You can help if you donate just one dollar, you can provide at least ten meals for these people through the feeding American Network of food banks. Imagine what ten dollars would do or even twenty. Please.
"it" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"That's all they do is maintain. That will hardware in those antiquated applications and yeah, that's not the past of the future so so anyway, the. People management concerns. There's just not gonNA be enough new talent coming out. Everybody's GonNa Walk into this box canyon around trying to figure out you know what do I do next Justo? Operations playing over one. Will, so we'll get into some stuff, but I think we recently had above the CIO of juniper networks on the show, and he was talking about how I at the time horizon. Let's say three years or four years or whatever it was, and he was like we will be one hundred percent cloud native on this date. Everyone get onboard bike. Have you don't WanNa be here if like whatever then. So be it, but we will do that. And they made the giant list of things that they need to kill, and they just picked him proud away at that. Over time, and then he's like now at the end state. It was like man. This is great. We finally made it. You take that and compare that with a startup who doesn't have to reverse engineer anything. They just start from scratch and build that way I. Mean you're talking about you? Know I I. Always. I love the analogy of you can get. Get everybody on a a giant cruise ship, but it's not a has a lot of advantages, but if the cruise ship was a hundred speedboats, you're going to be able to do things a lot faster and I think it speaks to your point that you kind of discovered this because you worked at big companies as well and then you worked in startup. And you're like this feels really different. Exactly right. I mean really different. In new ways of a point there. When you've started cloud, native world and Culture Framework You really can't appreciate you know. The Overhang! Technical Cost Arang. Of By legacy applications in really legacy, women doing things as well. Same token people that are in those older companies that have a lot of those kind of legacy processes and technologies. You know you can't be good at everything. EVERY CIO or it? Leader needs to kind of look at how the state of the art of it management has evolved here and make a calculated bet. Like what do I need to get good at that? Really have a business impact, my company and all the above. You know maybe in your world. Rhetorical world. Security and be good enough it doesn't. It doesn't need to be like some huge highly staff. State of the art Kunle tools. You know recorder.
"it" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"The IT team for example so I think that there are so many different things and interruptions, and then you have so many different startups that build from scratch and have that opportunity to say. Hey, you know we can start with cloud native. We can do all these sort of things and the reason why I say that we have tons of it listeners around the globe. See Tears Technology leaders listen to this show and I think your book is the perfect sailing away to say. These are the lessons from the frontlines of people that are survival of the fittest, getting some really interesting lessons from the ground so I'm excited to to talk to you about it. I'm curious when you were researching. This was the first thing that kind of was the ha moment for you. That's related question. A really was the pervasiveness of the differences, and so the book is divided up into some sections on people, process and technology, and there's nothing original about that in every management consultant in the world thinks about change along those dimensions. But all too often affect your point when we talk about Silicon Valley. People's and we talked about cloud native company, cloudy operations kind of go right to technology implications, but just the talent management issues alone. You know that exists year are going to be experienced everywhere in the US. I mean we could quote statistics. Still the cows come home, but our schools are just not turning out enough with it backgrounds right to experience..
"it" Discussed on Fix It 101
"All right lost drew. Cheese maybe. She usually is could. I'm rarely wrong, so I think it's GonNa. Work Out All right, so we moved into a house that was built in the sixties, and it's one of these mid century. Modern split level houses so are. Living Room had this big vaulted ceiling. is about sixteen feet at the peak, and it's got a ceiling fan. And somewhere I have decided that it's very important for the fan to stay on. The air doesn't get stagnant at the top. Okay all right. But my wife's question is. Why does it have to stay on? Like what happens if there is stagnant air up there now? She does know that running a ceiling fan is probably one of the most efficient things you can do a home. Even keeping it on all the time really doesn't use that much electricity. Right started at that. Yeah Yeah. Her objection to it is that it blows hot air from the ceiling down into the sitting. Really we're going to go into ceiling. Fans again today, okay? Well I drew I can answer this for you. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, okay. I'll take quick story years and years ago, I bought a rent house before I got in the building business had a vaulted ceiling. And we kept getting microbial growth of blackish on the on the peak and I I'm sorry. Builder! Buddy of mine I, said man. What in the world's going on and I don't have a roof, Lake Blah Blah Blah. He came over and looked at it, and he said Jeff it's real simple. Install, a ceiling fan and run.
"it" Discussed on Take it or Leave it
"Because they have honey combs. Gosh that's terrible that is that is the dad of dad jokes. Day The I submitted that joke this week now you didn't yes. I did a whole. Terrible. I thought it was so good. You make it out. Did you make it up? No, I. Global Dad Jokes that what did I say? That's data's dad jokes. You're said your, thank you. You're welcome there. We go. But it was a be Joe. Can you love bees so yes? Exactly exactly. Hey, guys. You can find your officials. Please don't don't please don't read that I. Need I. Don't know why you keep doing this, but do not have tiffany. Read my merch. Please don't have tiffany Reed Myanmar 'cause. It's weird. It's jealous it's it is like I feel like I'm watching late night TV and an infomercial count God. So if you guys want any snark tease, we have the things mom, say collection back. You're not reading it. Tiffany can retailers shouldn't be reading. A tiffany should be reading her own shirts ties reading yours. You'll re tiffany's. 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If not we are, we are basically. Enrolling your kids and virtual school and everything will be online, so we don't know what's happening yet, but if our kids go back to school. They're most likely going to be required to wear face masks, and I did hear and now everybody who is listening in another state. Florida is having a spike right now. So for those of you who are in another state and you don't know Florida numbers are on the rise, and they've actually started making it. What's a law that you have to wear a face mask in public in certain counties in the State of Florida just so you know that so when we're talking about this. It's been I know that it won't be this in rest in a lot of different places in the country, but like the keys. I don't know if you saw this. Tiffany mandated facemasks until June of twenty twenty one. In public. Love that June of twenty. Yes, kill. Yeah, there are some town, but but but and other counties are doing it I think Miami Dade is doing it next and then broward. So anyway so this Moham Post this local, the local she she goes on after the local school district is talking about, and this is in Bradenton by the way. So. Close Kevin's wife posts in this community group about what what she thinks it's GonNa, look like when our kids go back to school with face masks. Please do not chew on your mask. Your masks should be on your face on the back of your head. Yup instead of chewing on pencils, kids will will be chewing on their mass. I'm sorry your mask is wet, but that's what happens when you lick the inside of it unless you're licking them because. Your mask is not a necklace bracelet or any other form of jewelry. I'm sorry, but your mask is not school appropriate. I'm sorry you sneezed. Here's a tissue way. Put The snot out of the inside of your mask. Hey No. You may not blow your nose inside of your mask your. Why is your mask soaking wet why you just came out of the bathroom? What were you doing is water or p? It's P.. Is it toilet water? What happened Oh. You dropped it in the toilet Oh and then you put it back on your face. Awesome so as you can see. This is definitely going to be something that. Is going to be an interesting turn of events events for us because if we're sending all these kids back and they're all different ages. Right like it probably wouldn't be this difficult to send high school kids back with masks, but if your kid is five. Like which mind will be in kindergarten? Right here for the first. This is going to be quite the adventure getting them to wear it getting them to not drop it in toilets, and then putting it back on their face, getting them to not smack billy in the fate in the eye, open I with it right like I. Mean there's all of these things, and unfortunately this is starting to become a potential reality and and the the the new big debate online is people are saying if they require meet up masks, my child, I'd rather send them to virtual school. What do you think tiffany?.
"it" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"Are some big ones like Amazon, but again nothing online, small and great Internet require scale and. With feel that was that was our goal as well. How do we bring been? Knowledge of these universities have been around for hundreds of years. I mean think about it Yale is seventy five years old. America, so these are some of the oldest brands been doing education for a long time. Unfortunately, a lot of them are still doing education in a similar fashion that have been doing hundreds of years. Some have progressed a lot. But we understood that there was a room for us to bring our know how of operations, technology and technology naval services were truly means people using technology to help other people achieve their goals. When really understood that we can not only make great or every bit as great as an on campus program, we can create greater access to it in scale where needed the we can create the talent outside of urban areas where schools like University of Southern California. Receiver School of Education Their mission statement was which feeds the face of urban education. Unfortunately, they will only graduating few dozen students at a time. And when we partnered with them, we started graduating. You know potentially tax more, if not twenty ex-porn some. With that level of scale, you truly can start changing the face of urban education. It felt like a big goal. It felt like the right mission for us to do. We realized that partnering with Great Universities was a necessity to keep education as great as it has been for hundreds of years, and we are there to create more access to it, the scale it and to help our students and faculty get through it. So flash forward to today. As CTO to you. What's kind of the scope of your responsibilities? What your role? What is your team? Look like what he worked. Well today with some acqusitions win. A have three main products I would say it's our degrees, while which degrees as I mentioned with great universities. In! The NBA's this speech pathology social work in such nursing unit. then. We have boot camps where you go to university a lot of bizarre on campus, not online actually. And we aware we aren't with great universities such as Columbia for example for their Fintech boot camp where you learn things like you know derivatives, but also blockchain, but also bike on basics of data, signs, such, and so We also have camps with variety of really great universities, and then the third products is short courses where it's more about dealing with specific gap so. So for example blockchain with Oxford where you will only learn about the currency and blockchain through Oxford. It's about six to eight weeks, and these are what we will courses. You have short courses. They concentrate on upskilling BOOT camps. Kinda change your life and you know degrees I probably on where you are in a spectrum are either advancing you and your career will potentially changing. So. How much time do you spend working on like product verses working on? Employee experience or Or whatever you call like the internal facing more like traditional it functions. So! Here's my team. Might team is in the reason I mentioned. Other businesses well is both vertically aligned as well as resemble. And so if you think about it, even though we have sort of three vertical business lines such as jammed short courses in degrees, we are one company, so we also running a product shop, and this is our sort of a product experience that goes resent delayed. Make sure you ax experiences, any sort of greenfield projects and such that those unify the three different perils Dan if you get. Get down to the IT department. This is where you have data signs. This is where you have things like devops, enterprise systems whether it's salesforce or workday and things of that nature help desk and such. Obviously, there's a lot more, but I would say three major groups that we're running here is engineering product, data, signs, and everything it related, but those things can range from you know. Doug all the way to it. helpdesk infrastructure in such. As you're looking at you, know obviously. The the educational landscape is changing extremely fast. You mentioned all the different things that have been popping up. From the kind of Camp Perspective obviously, it's been a huge focus of loss. Kate, she an innovations swirling around you, but look at innovation internally with folks on your team region things like Catholics and stuff like that. Was Alec. I one of the important projects that we did. In the last couple of years was really to sit and think about the type of work that we have very hard because a company you know being a founding, see jail. I was the only tech person for a while, but now we have four hundred plus people in team ends obviously the scale of everything we do is. Is huge as well, but the way we see our work, we sort of win back to Agile Manifesto. Realize that if you really read into, there's three types of work that they would describe those works that work that sort of determination differs based on your certainty about what you're trying to do, and sort of approach in how to use in how you're going to approach it. And so for example, something easy like means stolen micro water new machine. Is a task that is pretty certain in what I'm trying to accomplish, and I'm pretty certain in hound going to accomplish it as well agile manifesto would goal that work simple, and then as you have a little bit less certainty about the goal or the exact. Destination where you're trying to go with your product, and you're sure a little bit less than you approach that work is known as complicated work, and then the last, but not least is when there are many ways of getting things done. When these transformative projects nature you know, a good example would be. Maybe we are going to create new way of testing students while that could mean anything. That could mean ship with third party that could mean would be building our something ourselves and there's probably a million permeation how to build this right, and so there's not as much certainty, if any at all and very little agreement and how we going to do it, and that work is known as complex work. Obviously, nobody wants to work on anything to sounds like simple complicated complex, so for the purpose of US using it. We named it run weather. It is creation of accounts fixing basic bogs. Installing Mike's Award on the answer machine, all of that is how we run the company. Then we have girl work, which is everything that we used to grow the current capabilities, everyone is quick to build a new thing with new things. Take a long time, a lot of investment and a lot more risk, so if you want to continue growing your business, you try to invest in your. Your current capabilities last, but not least is the complex art. Wear you not about what you're trying to build in how you're going to build. It is non transformative work for us, and so we stick with his run, Girl Insurance, four model, and that allowed us to both budget for each bucket and create a transform team that has very clear goals and budgets in transforming organization. To the next level. Yeah absolutely and I love that the run grow transform your kind of framework. It works really well. Yeah, no, it seems like it's so. How do you budget like? Is there a percentage of budget that goes towards that? How do you kind of articulate that to senior leadership I'll it probably sound something like this? You Win and you say look. This is run work. This is help desk. Nisus things that we must do for cyber security these bogs. We have to fix so this budget is something I need. It's not a question whether I need it or not. This is something where we start in. We should make sure there's plenty of resources to get your run. Work Them. Then you go with grow perspective, and this is where again most grow projects we should do if not. Must we definitely?.
"it" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Small annoyances have started to become big annoyances. We spent a lot of time talking about the genuine suffering and pain out there because this is an unprecedented emergency for our health and our economy in the midst of an overlapping crisis. In Our democracy. Our problems are big but this segment is in about that. It's about the minor misfortunes. We want to vent about Felix. It's not the time well as the queen complaining. I'm here to tell you. This is a safe space. I will call listeners and under thirty seconds. They can tell me their petty grievances. No matter how small it doesn't matter how insignificant or stupid or selfish we want to know what set you the most but not the most in a segment travis stole from a hip hop radio station in Connecticut. He heard in two thousand six called. Tell him why you're mad. Let's go to the phones. Let's do it. Hi this is Caitlyn. Hi You're here comes your John. How's it going great all right? Well it's that time telemaque. I would like to preface that. I'M IN MED school. And compared to the people in my profession that are you know doing through such an unprecedented time and the medicine center above me. That having much worse so I'm Compassi that beforehand I hate the Sun. Were living right now. I'm looking at Indiana and it is southern away and it is so bright outside. I'm not that so I evacuated in March in the middle of school and his son. Studying at six o'clock on the DOT. Every single time in my entire day was very very organized in the Sun. I kind of really my day Raul Drum Fund. I'm not a fan of it. I don't like it being bright outside it kind of messes up my day. I'm not eating normal time like study time. They're just all over the place. I ask you a personal question. Yeah are you a vampire? I'm not a vampire I promise. Okay Okay my med. School is in the Caribbean and it is sunny and three degrees every single day. You know even if it rains it's always sunny in the sun would set immediately at like six o'clock. You like the predictability of it like an equatorial schedule. Yes absolutely I got to tell you. That is inconsistency that is a perfect complaint for this segment because it is so petty complaining about the Son. You're suggesting that like you're one of those people who's Day revolves around the sun. It's called day the whole idea of it revolves around the sun. It's like yeah. Of course it does. That's the whole our whole entire planet. We revolve around the Sun. Everything revolves around the sun with a fucking talking about Caitlin. What are you even talking about? No listen listen you think Q. Our different in the sun setting big deal. But when you're trying to be incredibly hyperproductive in your schedule me to be incredibly strict getting transplanted to where they still fully bright outside. Even around nine o'clock is just bonkers to me right now. I'm not a fan of it. I support you. I will tell you two things one. There is some data that suggests that too late sunsets contributes to a lot of problems because it causes people to go to bed later and their day still starts at the same time. So I'm going to give you that and also thank you for what you're doing by putting yourself in a position to help in a crisis like this by being in school. I will also tell you something that is bothering me because we're all stuck at home. I've been taking group fitness classes at home and they keep telling me to put my cameron. No thank you know why I don't want to be watched while I'm working out. I don't WanNa be on other people's screens. I agree when I'm in a big group fitness class. You know what you're going to see. You're going to see a picture of the actor Jon. Lovitz that's all you're GONNA see Caitlin. Thank you so much for joining us and stay safe. Thank you very much you too. Hi Is this Patrick. Yeah Hey you're on with John. How's IT great man? How are you What if I told you that Travis makes me say you're with John? Because he thinks that it might become merch. I would believe that the good branding opportunity. Why am at well John I am saying in central Pennsylvania with my in laws and everything is going great. It's a wonderful place to hunker down with two and a half year old and a pregnant wife. Central Pennsylvania is the staying with your in laws of places that accurate there's motion kooning on the TV. No there is so much going on in the world right now and Just trying to watch ozarks and have it not looked like some weird VHS version of itself. And I have turned it off. Uh-huh only to come back and find it turned back on. How are they turning it back on? I find that hard to believe the mode had changed. Oh that's how they get you. Yeah that's how they get you turn it off you turn it off on fucking input one but there. It is waiting on input to back in standard. How did we get here? Where are you in ozone? I am very early episode. Five of season one. Okay okay okay. Okay that's cool. We gotta get motions moving off we gotta turn it off. Everybody knows that everybody knows they gonNA turn off the motions moving. It should be turned off and that it should be. Oh you're watching sports. There's a sports mode here. You go otherwise it's awful. It is awful motion. Smoothing exists for the inlaws television. That is why it was designed for mothers in law and father in law like that is who it is for so I feel like you're the ideal use case like when Samsung was had their engineers cooking up motions moving they were thinking about your experience and making it worse. I'm GonNa tell you something that's bothering me. Okay yeah dog owners China. Have our dogs meet right now? Oh you're trying to keep your distance you're trying to be polite and then it's like oh but clearance here with my dog really just wants to say. Hey all I know is. We don't know enough about this virus every three days. There's a story about some kind of animal with the virus. There's basically two kinds of virus news. There's hey guess what? There's this incredibly scary aspect That may be associated with covert and to all the Tigers have it. I know right so I don't want my dog to meet your dog and I know the dogs don't understand and it's not anyone's fault and I'm sad for pundit that she doesn't get to meet other dogs right now but I don't know what's going on so we gotta just keep our dogs apart. That's all it should be some universal sign of like the head nod or a lake wave. That is a thanks but no thanks and everyone knows it. I Agree Patrick Well Patrick thank you so much for joining. I am so sorry about the motion smoothing. It's really not right and I hope that you can successfully turn it off in all of the televisions mode whether it's the smart. Tv built in net flicks or input to for the dvr box or perhaps even input three for the playstation for an any of those inputs. Although I find it hard to believe your laws have a playstation for their of that happening all right. Patrick thanks for joining us. U2 Hi this. Taylor fishy I tell her you're on with John the slogan that we use for this segment. Tell us why you're mad. That's why we're here. Tell us why you're mad. What they that has been getting on my nerves lately particularly vicious intense pressure to be constantly like coming up with the big news. He doing picking up a new hobby or I don't know building a side hustle or something like that as a person who has a hard enough side functioning under normal. So it's like can a global pandemic not be the perfect reason to just I duNno. Wake up in the morning. Take off my like night-time stuff pants put on my daytime jets. Egypt your version. Yeah Taylor for some of us. Getting out of bed is our sourdot for some of us. Brushing our teeth. Is Our our novel just getting through the basics while stuck at home is an achievement. And you don't want that taken away because somebody else has discovered how to use a slow cooker to me me. One hundred percent degree and another thing that I would really like to know about. These people is where they get all the seemingly naturally produce Serotonin because. I need some more of that in my life as well because it just seems like their motivation is just go. Go go all the time and I just want to be able to sit on my couch after working on my Research with you like two or three hours and watch true blood for the fourth time piece again. Just revel in how weird that show I look. I'm very supportive of whatever you want to do. But I just in his age this golden age of streaming. There's no need to watch true blood a second time. Golden to assume it's only my second. It's my go-to trash TV. Third Time on four time like there have been great advances in streaming technology. We've moved beyond the true blood's we're in the ozarks. Now we're in the Fargo's now you know there's a whole world of content waiting for you and it's time to put true blood where it belongs like in the you know late. Two thousands early teens. If it's true it's true. It's just reminded me of Simpler Times. John It really does get. I think I find comfort in that when that was the weirdest thing that was happening on. Tv and not you know politics. I'll tell you something that's bothering me. Taylor it is. These studies finding that men are more likely not to wear masks and the connected problem of conservatives and others on twitter saying that wearing a mask is some kind of a sign of weakness. I would point out a couple of things. One masculinity is deadly it is a deadly deadly condition and kills so many people to you know who wore a mask fucking Batman Batman. I don't remember anyone. Batman wore a mask out of weakness. You know elsewhere amass Taylor I'll tell you keanu reeves and Patrick swayze in a film called point break. Do they wear those massive of weakness? No no they were those masks. So Bank Robbery would interfere with surfing and skydiving. Their drill very true. Put on a mask people. It's not weak and so easy. Visiting science isn't week dummies. That I found out literally right before you call okay so I'm located in the city and I found out maybe like an hour ago that The Kansas State medical director has left his position in the middle of pandemic for a job in the private sector and his last name is literally profit. So there's there's that fun irony for the world should tell her. Thank you for sharing that very frustrating bit of news. I hope you're saying save. Thank you for sharing was making you mad and you know by I guess. Thank you for everything. I really appreciate you calling. Enjoy the rest of your face as you do so save tiller by hi. Is this Sydney. Yes this is Sydney. Hi you're on with John. How's it going good? How are you doing okay so You know why you're here. Tell him while you're mad. Boyfriend started out trying to decide of the nicer mother's Day's going to bake his mom this Pie. I went to bed. Because you WANNA play video games you know usual and wake up the next morning to.
"it" Discussed on Take it or Leave it
"She tells us you are my number on number one. But that's not what that's a sign. I think she meant number one. You're my number one podcast. Anyways I've listened to them all and then again I am now listening for the Third Time. I think you are both so different. And both vary amazing. Tiffany much more beautiful. Even though you both dog about mob fails and jokes about the things that drive you crazy and both rocket being a mom any negative comment you guys have ever gotten his clearly someone. We've got a negative comments. Would you read any negative? You guys have ever gotten this clearly. Someone who really has never listen to you or they couldn't honestly give a better view. All jokes aside when the cameras are off there is no doubt you both love your children so much but when they're on we're not so sure so many moms count on you to do this. Thank you for taking the time to get together for the podcast. I really need this in my life right now. Keep doing what you're doing and I'll keep listening loving it. Thank you very very sweet. That was so sweet and a lot of times when when we read a review they will email me after and I've been joying responding to those emails as well because there's like I heard my review red. We got a message from ball socks rows last. Gosh yeah any explanation. Yeah it was. It came from a combination of like the past three or four online. Id's that they had okay got combined. Love that yeah. So can we talk about the negative reviews? No Okay I'm your host Meredith from. That's inappropriate and I'm your host tiffany from juggling the Dinkins hyphen tiffany Jenkins this. Podcast will discuss all things marriage motherhood and everything in between please remember. We're not professionals at anything. He may actually needs any advice. We give you can take or leave because it might be crap on today's episode of take it or leave it we're talking about is tick tock safe. An expert weighs in on whether kids should be on this addictive APP self care or selfish and TV series that gives us Hashtag relationship goals and that we should be watching with our significant others I hate that Hashtag okay. Today we have Jean from New York today. We have Jean from New York opening things up for us. Come Down Hi. My name is Jean It is February third. I have two little boys at home. And let's start the with a mom feel moment. We're all here. Because we've all struggled is mom and anyone who says they haven't is obviously ally bigger. Yes thank you multi your turn okay. Mom Fail moment atonement. Mom fell Moma mom. Mom You can't just keep saying I'm trying to think I wasn't prepared. Mom Fill moment Or just arrest mom moment in the house. I mean Gosh okay. You just moved your unpacking. How stressful is that been? It's I can't even talk about it. I realize okay so I bought khloe vanity because I thought it would be cute and technically. I saw Sophia's vanity entrance. We got our kids. The same bed set was like oh I want to give them for chloe. I didn't realize that she would want makeup on it in and then I didn't realize that once she had makeup Bennett chewed. WanNa put the makeup on her face and so pretty much she just walks around the house looking like a lady of the night constantly like she'll come down the stairs and have this look on her face like notice anything different about me and she has like bright blue shadow like Mimi from Drew Carey. And it's like down to her lips and you have to be like. Oh my gosh you are such a pretty princess and then it's do. Don't touch my couch right. Like I just got the white couches in themselves could be a mom. Fail moment on my white couches dude. Don't dude means you bought white couches. That's on you. Yeah why would you do? I was on Pinterest. Because everybody's suggested I check that website out so finally I did and there was so many cute farmhouse houses and the whole theme is like light and simple and bright. So it was like. Oh my gosh I need this. Do you know that you're white? Couches are gonNA eventually look like shot in dirty diaper like. You've got to understand that right now. Right there you can take. The cushions often wash him. So but listen. I'm telling you once I started owning a home and owning things started caring. And so now it's like you have to wash your hands and face before you come sit on the couch you know and it teaches them hygiene whereas before. I'm like I don't care. Come come poop on the couch. You know what I mean. Now I care and so any. Ho- yeah I got away couch and Khloe loves her vanity but hates the fact that she has to stand all the time. I'm just kidding that's mean that's not true. Didn't the vanity come with a stool. Yeah but I mean since. She's not allowed to sit on any furniture anytime she wants. She has this whole time. Well that is funny but no sophia was totally the same way she was completely into the the makeup and the whatever and she knew the rule was just. You'RE NOT GONNA go out of the House with it. You can play with while you're here and you actually why I mean like school. Oh yes school but Like on a weekend. No I don't care but what I used to do. And this is actually fun- save your old makeup containers like your shadow and whatever take nail Polish and fill in spots and then it becomes just fake play makeup that they can do on whatever and it's they're not actually it just dries and it looks like make up in the thing is. I used to take them all and put him out for her so she could pretend to do makeup. I bought it includes like this is bullshit. Oh okay so she'd already called you out. Nothing coming up. What the F. Okay then. Maybe she's not going to do that because Sophia would do it to her dolls. Skews my mouth on her. She wanted the real makeup but I gave her the fake place at two on her dolls. Doing it on the dolls. I'll be honest with you too. I'm the kind of person where I don't know that I would. I would do that now. Polish and they're like I'm lazy and so and also I've never run out of makeup before I saw the same stuff from seventh grade. I'M NOT KIDDING. Maybe you should get some new things slow. I don't wear that much cam either. I'm not a wear makeup everyday. Kind of Gal. You're not even aware bribery day. I mean that's fine. I don't care about your boobs or your makeup. Let them fly. I just love you the way you are things welcome. I'm your host meredith from. That's inappropriate and I'm tiffany from juggling. The Jenkins I don't have the there what I don't have it. Where's your first page? I flipped it because we're on the mom fail. Did we read the little I never mind. You're right I I pulled this sheet back for some reason and I reread it. It's already read that. 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"it" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"You know because you're working with such big companies and you're sitting down with CEOS rose and CTO zone ceases all the time. What are some of the things that they're coming to you with that? They can't figure out or reason capacity's that they need to add to their organization. Shirt absolute so first and foremost is asset management is very very challenging for an organization in actually building. A system of record is very hard because it requires both a technology investment on as well as investments in people in processes it is to keep it updated so hand. They're coming to us to help with at problem for all the assets on the Internet that are just absolutely astoundingly. Large for these organizations can actually have you know tens or even hundreds of thousands of Internet connected systems many which they don't even know about what they're also looking for for us to do is actually helped improve really the rest of their investments and specifically this actually goes to our primary job is to actually get all of the the data that we see into the other enterprise systems and other enterprise processes that our customers have so that rather than just being a point solution. We're actually making other parts and other components of their business on that much more responsive and that not much more valuable so as an example our data can feed into a variety of systems such as a configuration management database systems or see 'em DB's that it means that we're not actually replacing Sam bb but we are making there. See Him that much more responsive so that every day it'll be updated with a a complete inventory of assets and for any process goes over that system. It will actually be up to date every single day. So the real value we provide our customers is is the data that's there but also the capabilities it allows them to provide across their entire organization where it's no longer dependent on deploying a whole bunch of things. It's not like an on on a very large number of people in the organization. All meeting chew kind of executed to perfection. It's actually making their entire organization. Much more our agile as a result of using our software and technology than than having hook into a really lots of different areas. Where work done? What are some of the challenges that you have faced over the past few years in getting folks to adopt like why this is important or is it something that people just conceptually absolutely no and they are kind of looking for solution if much is not so The category for what we do still does not really exist assist so as a result bomb. It's actually fighting for both a why you should do anything on this problem and then also if you should why. Why should you buy expanse as the market leader So impotent in particular. This is where we've noticed Effectively a pretty large shift within the last year or so when we started selling three and a half years ago there was a real question that was actually foundational going into pitches but also just meeting with customers. It's about why should I do anything some of this was. I don't believe there's a problem other objections. Were I think that this is a problem but I have literally list the five hundred and three things I need to do right now. This might be number four hundred ninety two in some sense and I think what's changed a lot is that one Runs realized was that is actually a much bigger problem than anyone thought. And it's much more pervasive. I can literally count on one hand. The number of organizations who are not Customers that we see actually having this problem solved. It's a very small number that can do it. In your neighborly operate at absolutely massive scale let me able to afford top talent in order to do so and on top of that also. We've seen that. There are really bad side effects from you. Not Not having an up-to-date inventory system so some of the most striking or have actually been in ransomware style tax but in particular the wannacry I ransomware which was a worldwide Internet attack that the US government has been widely attributed to North Korea really changed a lot of people's perspectives because what wannacry was able to do was basically looked for Internet connected systems of a certain kind of configuration of effectively unpacked Microsoft Windows Systems. And then what it would do is it would both infect those systems on the Public Internet install itself on in there and then also replicate onto the internal networks of companies as well so it was a worm that would both infect machines on the Internet and then and recruit burrow into private Internet's. And then what happened was it would. Effectively encrypt the hard drives of all of those computers making them effectively effectively unreadable and unusable to organizations and in less than twenty four hours this spread worldwide and caused over ten billion dollars worth of damage and also had many follow on attacks that reused parts of this code with other attacks including attacks. But what does she does that. A lot of different organizations innovations were all affected. They had billion plus dollar losses. You actually had operations cease at companies for weeks at a time and all of it was related to very kind of mundane low level. It configuration hygiene issues. And with that all of a sudden. I think people really started to realize this. This problem is much much bigger than we think and has effectively been a blind spot and it's been a blind spot for a number of reasons based one in in in our view is assembling the data to show how large a Delta exists between where you're systems actually exists and end where your current systems are tracking. That itself was impossible for organizations to solve and therefore they could never internally quantify. Hi How large the problem was and they can never internally come up with any justification for how a substantial amount of resources should be allocated to solve this problem. You find that when you're when you're talking to an organization that you have the CIO the sea so the CTO like how how many different like do you have the CMO in their different folks are touching security and technology. In kind of that conversation I think in in practice on it usually is a relatively smaller roles. You mentioning CIS Associate Teo in effect. What will happen is Although security supposed to be everyone's responsibility actually does fall on a cognizant official and the trick is that even though systems that may be owned owned by some executable. Let's say marketing systems. They're essentially owned by the stem. Oh they actually have effectively dual responsibilities endure reporting into you. Say the CIS Oh for security but we find is that We will actually go on the technology side specifically because even though certain departments ends may be responsible for more problems all for all of our commercial customers Hands Down the most complex marketing team. And I love our marketing team to so this doesn't matter against marketing. I'm just reporting what our customers tell me. But it's also born at in our data and for a government customers. It is always a third party contractors doing things on behalf that lead to a lot of assets that are unaccounted for or not run through central. It and it security processes the reason that we actually go to the CIO organizations is. It's really an all of organization problem in that Even if you couldn't principle secure say all marketing eating devices the real promise actually as a company you need a comprehensive program across all of your divisions otherwise if you only solve in piecemeal ways the overall problem in the overall management issues still remains a you have assets that are unaccounted for and therefore you actually don't know how the defend that which you do not know of so ultimate ultimately that is actually all company out and that's why it's ncis yet they make sense and that's kind of you you know there's so many different folks within an organization that are buying technology. Now that's all curious like how many different stakeholders you know. Are you looking at that. Are Part of this yeah well and ultimately the the places are technology will be used is by a large number of people but ultimately it is how how do you actually have an IT and security and governance framework for anything that shows up on the Internet and kind of an example of this is really the problems that our customers face are that they're no longer a central gatekeeper of all it purchasing yet at the same time they are in some ways. It is very very realistic. Effectively accountable for all the. It incidents that the organization uses even if it was not approved by them so as as an example sample nearly all of our customers are actually hybrid cloud and multiple askew they all still have some data centers in multiple clouds. But they might might only be tracking part of where their cloud upon because any one of their organization with a purchasing card can effectively become an IT systems administrator if they want to be just like signing up with Amazon. And that's again the problems that everyone faces are massive decentralized action that can move very fast to accomplish quite a bit but without the ability to actually rain in and holistically manage all of the. It that's going. On within their organization even if it was not centrally approved by them or procured by them. Yeah I mean we you know we. We're talking to see a recently and they're saying how anytime you want to launch an initiative initiative don't use the term governance. Because it's like. Hey let's have a governance meeting nobile show up and everybody will feel kinda threaten but the the converse of that that is you do need to have some rubble of of governance and are standing. Have you found that to be the case. Absolutely yes and I think the key that we've found and is that ultimately this all ties to governance but effectively people need an operational solution so what is still the standard standard in a lot of editions including very very large ones. Some of our customers is for effectively lines of business to effectively kind of self certify and verify that they comply with it regulations and there. Are things like cheerios. Point in time audits a number of other like good practices to have. But it's actually not enough in. Its not convergent with how modern. It operations actually are being run at organizations even if in some of the ways they are actually being run are technically out of policy or noncompliant so it absolutely is governance question and we absolutely assist assist with that but you also need to have an operational solution to again kind of solving be actual problems of customers. It's not enough to say we need a governance strategy. It's like cool. We need an operational component to that strategy that actually has rapid enforcement and rapid discovery of violations of Alyce..
"it" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"It's a facility that that access as the aggregate of a bunch of networks and then offers that interconnection platform And so that's how vapor looks. That's how we act and that's how it will look As we can build our our our nationwide network and so where were you at in terms of like phases of that bill. an-and aren't if you can share the stuff but Robust coast to coast wonderful. Let's just say let's just say coast to coast and it will be it will be You'll see a lot of connecticut edge between here and the end of twenty twenty a lot so so kind of taking a step back from the technology a little bit you know. Your company is super involved in the state of the edge. Obviously you know part of the reason margarethen edge week here on. It visionaries is to talk about this. We had a lot of questions about it. It's cutting edge stuff. Bought a visionary. It leaders interested in this this From curious like why invest in the ecosystem so first off great question And it's there's actually a little bit of history in how vapor chose to raise the funds. We raised there wasn't a you know we mark and I spent bent a longtime sort of in a consultative approach talking with Sand Hill Road and from my days at Nebula a to kind of doing due diligence from for companies in my role in multiple roles ahead as co founder of open stack and open compute etc I knew that there was going to have to be a strategic is GONNA have to be and I don't mean strategic is like you know just for sake of naming cheeto again in and tell Laura write a google There needed to be strategic investor. That had a first party. Need for what we're going to build At some point in the near future it had so happened that I had worked very closely. In fact he served on the board of open compute gentleman by the name of Don Duet at Goldman Sachs he was as a partner co-ceo at at Goldman Sachs and he got it. I mean He. He understood exactly what needed to be built. He understood the problem statement and he had an opinion about how that was going to to get fixed and he believed in our thesis. You believed in the vapor thesis So much so that he actually joined the company so so don actually joined And can help build a lot of what we have today and in. I knew that we would need you. Know sort of a Goldman Sachs or somebody like that to to come coming and get this thing off the ground because because silicon valley a hardware really hard in silicon valley. It's really tough to raise. Money for hardware is funny. I talked talked to a founder earlier today for different podcast That were doing. WHO has a hardware start up In Minnesota and she it was just like it was so brutal talking to investors. And it's yeah it's Harbors hardest what everybody says if it was easier to be called anywhere anywhere Is he wear but I mean hardware is really difficult end for the the value proposition. If you if you look at some the biggest returns now obviously you can. You can be that Unicorn and software. That has crazy multiples and you know insane exits with with even open source software. You know I think back to Open v Switch Nasira or it was one of those examples but even the stuff that you see right now in the news of these companies beneath the one thing is I forget who said this but a famous Silicon Valley this year. Says somebody was like the speed. The details issue to build a company is generally the speed in which dies and like you never know where you are on the curve right like am I dying or are we growing or by like about today. But that's the same way that I think with a lot. Are these software companies where it's like so easy to onboard so easy to start easy to swipe your credit card so easy to switch trade like and that's what a lot of them are are seeing so it's a lot harder to switch hardware in and therein lies the RUB right. It's harder to build. It's definitely more capital intensive to build but it's super for sticky yet right once once once you've got it it's it's hard to migrate off. I I just had a conversation with somebody that works at Vapor. They actually use no at home. They used they don't use apple. TV They don't use. I tunes on spotify. They're put US knife phone like. Why do you use an iphone? Not that it's a bad thing it's just like why do you use an iphone versus you. Don't use apple services what I know. I'm never switch to android because this is the operating system familiar with and so yeah. I mean hardware especially especially tightly integrated with software. This hyper converged is is incredibly sticky And I would say you put that into a data center context. It's really hard once you've built fiber and do a physical building you're using that fiber again back to zoning and permitting it's probably even stickier yet. They're also is a piece of this to where it's like you know because it's not for the faint hearted and because it's long time reasons that also is going to keep a percentage UNEDU- take like bake hundred cupcakes and each of those are you know representative of VC firms. You probably just take your arm and slide sixty percent of them in the trash trash and say like they're now can invest in something that has a ten year time horizons like knocking two hundred percent. And that's that's that's exactly why we went to Goldman first and then can you know. I'll I'll give you a little bit inside baseball. There's not it's not a lot of people that actually know this about vapor so this is going to be news to a lot of people ails yells breaks moves here. Let's it this is this is interesting. We had been in existence for probably fourteen months and we were approached by a company company. international company It would have been a pretty complex merger slash acquisition there was a reverse triangular merger with two companies on the other side. A software company hardware company and different ownerships of different is going to be pretty complex but We were approached to basically you know Kinda an exit with a with a modified sort of go to market solving again a specific version of the edge but I mean just almost serendipitous leader of fortuitously. I you know these You know these in males that you get from linked then sure that you almost never read allied. I know I GONNA those From a guy named Phil Kelly at Crown Castle which is a you know one of its arguably the largest. US Tower Co.. In the nation at the time it was forty thousand macro cells. I don't know how many thousand small cells tons more today and at the time I think it was I think it was like forty forty five or fifty thousand miles and then they had yet bought Fiber and so fifty became like seventy five but so a lot more lama fiber but at the time Phil Kelly from Crown Castle. A publicly traded company Had just been visiting with A friend of mine. Who at the time was the CTO DT O of economics a big Big Data Center Company and and Crown Gordon Starter? No I was just GonNa say we bring Lily on the on the show. Oh you did. Yeah that's it's funny. Though he's a trip this is all news right like So said that this gentleman at Equifax was meeting with Crown Castle and crown. Said like we have this thesis on. We've got the the best real estate in the best fiber footprint for this Who you know or do you want to do this in the seat we we build you know massive hundred megawatt like huge buildings at the edges? That's hard But if you're interested you need to go talk up to this this little start up in Austin. That's crazy and I had recruited. I had worked with him on open. compute right so I had worked with this This guy I I'd helped helped bring equinox into the open compute family in this all goes back to the village right. So we're getting we're taking a long walk share back to your in your village question but He is a ghost. Go Talk to this This little start up in Austin. Kohl's the CEO of note appears Blah Blah Blah. So I get this email from Kelly at Crown Castle that that basically and I knew I was again. US West Inquest Telco. Oh Guy but I might your first inclination. When logging Lincoln is always to just like go into your in males you know thing just delete delete all and I read Dessau's like Oh my gosh? I responded immediately as like I can host you next week so so fill and his VP EP of Corp.. Dev Got Him Allenbach. You actually also now works for They came to visit me and I think within first off we put a hold on the on the other deal right because I because this was really what I wanted to build in fact Kind of a fun fact. My En- high school so I had a friend that worked at blockbuster video and The point of sale machine. He told me he had told me that it was is. He's like. Oh Man Dude you got to check it out. It's fiber optic. It's cool the point the point of sale system so I had in my head that. Hey if all blockbusters like that that would it'd be a great edge presence my earliest conversations with Goldman Sachs were. Hey let's go raise hundreds of millions of dollars. Let's go buy these or lease these these blockbuster video stores that could be a cool edge edge capability that's hilarious. They're all fiber connected right that it's probably cheap. Basically the the the racks based model hit on a rack space for pennies on the dollar bought the San Antonio Mall. Oh no I didn't know that. Yeah the pennies on the dollar Graham Weston who was a real estate guy negotiated with the city of Austin to take this mall that that was dead right known as in it. And it's the racks base today and says craze in it. I not you know. They were Iraq's based one of the CO founders of open stack. Of course you're talking to a guy who are coverage about a grocery store so nice so that was the original and and Goldman's like yeah we're not gonNA rock into that but but you know there's there's nothing there that will invest in the idea. So here's a lot less money to go prove it out. moen fill an an allen came to came vapors offices In Austin I remember clear as day them leaving and I said I've I've been waiting a year and a half almost two years for you to walk through the store. I I've been waiting. It just felt very fortuitous. And it wasn't six months later that they had raised our B.. Round Mark Mark and I were were in the meeting with the CEO and clear as day. you know he goes Cole. This is going to be a long PUTT. We're not we're not a venture capitalist company but but they made the investment and And that you know that kind of kicked off. I think that was the first like real validation dacian point For and if you ask Matt so the next time you talk to Matt I if you ask that you know why he actually ended up a vapor sure it would be crown. I mean now at the same thing and that's and that was the first real ecosystem player. I that was the first company that had incumbent carriers right AH sticky hardware with towers and base stations and fiber sitting on their land and it was the first was the first company that we had actually gotten ahold of or rather had gotten a hold of us and said there's this we have this thesis on edge you have to cease on edge it lines up. Let's go build it. Yeah I really do think that crown had a lot to do with legitimising vapor. We'd had our views in those views are unmodified from day one. And if you go back to two twenty fifteen and you look at our very first press announcement pre Matt It's it's Vapor on packs you know Vapor Chamber Network Edge Twenty fifteen so also why we call ourselves the first true edge twenty fifteen but we you know we knew that that not even crown right with all of the towers that they own If you look at any one of the carriers now depending on what carrier look at you know. The the the shared infrastructure tower companies have taken turns Buying different tower portfolios. But if you talk to a T.. Mobile of of Reisen. At and T.. Sprint CETERA. They live on a combination. The Nation of Crown Real Estate American Tower Real Estate. Spa Real estate lots of tower codes And we knew that if we were going to solve all for what we needed us all four we needed to have conversations with a lot of people a lot of the OTT's. I'm getting a little technical on the wire on the wireless side. Ott over the top service offering. Do it used to be that. Those things lived on the network right with the with the carrier that you had now these. He's living in clouds cloud Amazon Microsoft. Right sometimes IBM sometimes Google it across a bunch of different companies so we needed to have this neutral host shared infrastructure ecosystem where people could come to a a Switzerland right and have a conversation with Switzerland that that could facilitate what was important to them so back to an earlier comment kind of solve your own pain manufacturer own aspirin. Yeah here's choose your own adventure. We're we're here as facilitators and and and we want to assist in the network bills. We don't own spectrum. We were not a hyper scale cloud company we just offer. I think a unique differentiated. You know open approach to where you can terminate at the edge where you can hand off traffic at the edge And you know we're we're here to solve that for anybody. That has a first party or third party. Meet what what and I think you know. What's so interesting about state of the edge is that you have a coalition of people of companies partners of which mission is now part of it and official media partner of state the edge signed sealed and delivered by match Pharaoh..
"it" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast
"This is one I very consistently sick. It has probably one of my most remembered like beep lots like, I don't remember which was eighty or some. But like the beak lot of this episode. So let's go through what happens in this episode guy. But like the bible say just like as we're going through the beat plot of this episode is one of my favorite moments in the series. But yet, so so how does this and the other thing that you should know is Robin took extensive notes. I took a number of notes and they're on my phone, which is over there the utilize Hello phone. So it's in the back of my brain. Hello people in the phone low phone where are the people? Now, are they are they out there? They have year. I'd say go up here. Yeah. Occasionally, you can look down. Okay. Deadly will appear and people are paying. Yes. Hollow people? They're better than your better. William you're also wonderful because you support our Facebook group size. Nice. And the other thing is we're also we're also joined by number of people who you might hear laughing. That's totally fine. They absolutely. Feel like they they wanna laugh who were part of this retreat has well who even vited to be audience members. So this is technically our second live show that we've done. So this is awesome. So yeah, let's talk about the upset. What are what are the basic to the episode where we see? So in the. I can call the ape lab at your point the beep plot. So I will I will I will see to your inferior anything. He's just because we're so focused on this plot at being listened. Let's keep the lot via plot is good to be plotted that okay, I'll over member eight good, e- bad and some animals are more equal than others. So the clock is that Jen who is the clueless IT manager at Reinhold industries has one employee of the month. It turns out by random. So we've got random drying, but she's letting go to her head. So ROY and moss. The IT people be clueless socially awkward IT people who actually know how to fix things bring her a toaster size blackbox with a flashing light cutoff, tell her it's the internet. And so she brings it to a meeting of the shareholders and gives us speed and shows off V internet's, and it is a noble life. And the thing is vague. I think this is going to be like the rib of a lifetime. They think this is going to be the thing that like, oh, she's gonna be they're gonna laugh at her. But the thing. Is all of these people all these executives are Justice clues clueless as she is about how the internet works in how technology works. So they're sitting in the audience and they're applauding her. And the two of them are just. It's it's just a delightful in this is the plot that I remembered from because I think I've other clot lines way. Try not to think about it that all box yesterday in lock it up off road in the bottom of the ocean. But the so what happens in the be plotted? This episode Robin help us out sledding. The plot. Douglas, Ryan loan is the new CEO of this company after his father jumped out a window. Douglas, by the way is portrayed by know. You have the actors in there. But he's part of what we do in the shadows, both the movie as well as the TV show, his star has been rising as Naidoo love his work. But who? Yeah. That isn't that very mad berry and yes on also community, Dr place. That's right. Jim my favorites as well. Yep. So. So yeah, funny. He's great. And so he's playing his flu this rich guy act..
"it" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"I guess they shouldn't call it Natasha leones Russian doll, but she is one of the creators producers and the star the main character of this show on Netflix. It will include spoilers. So if you have not seen Russian doll. You should pause this podcast and not listen until you've seen it because the revelation of information is an important kind of mechanic through which this game is played in this particular show. So if you are. Still with us very excited to have you and talk about Russian doll. I'm Matt rather? I'm here with my very good friends, including some some non non-regular, not your regular some irregular podcasters. I mean that not not never mind. We need podcasts. Brand is what you are saying. I realized I realized I stepped right in that joke. And did did everything I could to avoid it. But like a car barreling down the street that I just don't see I got that. I got that. I got that joke all over my face. No, our good friend. Pete Fenzl is stuck in a time loop this week. He's gotta get up gotta get out of his his time loop. So he is not joining us. But we are here with an incredible panel starting with TFT punk correspondent, Rachel de. Rachel, welcome to the overthinking podcast. Thank you, Matt. We have our good friend and mistress of the overthinking newsletter, which I understand might be making a comeback one of these days. Amanda, you're obviously, not Amanda, welcome back to the show. Hi, thanks, Glenn. We back. My my good friend and actual New Yorker, Mr. Markley. Hello, mark. That's right. And I lived in these village just around the corner from. A lot of what you see in the show. So I'll have stuff to say about it. I think. And my good friend and and co host of the podcast Ryan chilly. Hey, ryan. How're you doing is Russian doll for real? That's my question for you. Man. I haven't question. No. We can't each other as much. But since since we have let's let's just check in with everybody before we go since we have Ryan and Rachel here. And the the music podcasts has been on hiatus, or as we like to think of it sabbatical for a little while Ryan, Rachel, what are you guys listening to these days other than gotta get up? Gotta get out. I've been listening a lot to the bad bunny album that dropped on Christmas Eve siempre, and it's it's just really good. I highly recommend it. It's it's it's a unlike a lot of I think contemporary like rap albums. It is not, you know, forty million song on's long Egypt, which are meant to like produce. The most streams it's like actually an album the songs all work together. Really? Well, it's concise. The genres are. Like are very varied. And it just it sounds like a very issue sounds very like contemporary, and like just cool. I don't know. I don't know how else to describe it. But like there's a lot of like variety. And I think there's something for everyone. And you know, what I think you can enjoy whether or not you speak or understand Spanish is just it's a very good like, you know, contemporary like hip hop album. Fantastic. Right. Do you have do you have one? You want to add to the list or are you listening to bad bunny? Also, oh, I mean, I absolutely am the other thing I've listened to as far as new records. Go is a record called highway hypnosis by sneaks which sneaks Zane started. As a one woman DC post punk band as started to morph into something sort of like reminiscent of early kind of cross genre. A little bit of punk little bit of hip. Hop blow. But of world music is just really really fun to listen to a good. Listen. And so I recommend everyone. Check it out fantastic. If either of those appeals to you, you might like the podcast, which has a voluminous back catalogue, even if new episodes aren't being produced right now, Amanda, I understand that you have become a an assistant Shukla ta or is it assistant to the shock lati- yet. No, I'm kidding. You earn apprentice? Apprentice to white and my workplace. Apprentice shook the ta and who are you are making the shock Shukla..
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"I remember seeing them I think it was first on the American music awards or and then I went to. Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with my dad. A weird year. But. Then I was like wait a second. What is this feeling straight out of wicked? So sudden new. I'm having her. Okay. Those funny. Sorry, move with the fuck and pop filter really all over the player new to that. Just don't aren't anything. Hard. I'm filled with things. But yeah, I remember feeling like what is this true form of like? On hypnotist crazy obsession Lizzy had never had like a pop culture or like crush like that. I definitely did. I had like moments of really being crazy. But this was like in my full more like teen years felt more like real, and you know. Independent and you're not just like mom. Can I have these you had your news -it's obsession your Christian Bill newsies obsessed when you're younger is compared to maybe? Yeah. I would definitely compare because that's still the greatest movie of all time. Don't add me. It is. I'll fight. But that's just like different because you know, it's like they're not Christian bale is not actually singing in in the early turn of century. But that was like a it was just a full-on frenzy frenzy. I met my equals who like we're like we'll show you how to phrase. You were like healing. You're like you have a feeling let me show you also languages. It was like Allison wonderland like then fell down the rabbit hole into like true wonder. You're like maybe we can meet them sometime. I was like, are you kidding me? Of course, we're going to get onto what did I hear? And learn take those stupid gloves night never said that I never told her the stupid loss of I said, you should take the glasses. And you know, Lauren that is take the glasses off. I don't know if anyone else experiences this. But I think maybe Ashley experienced it last month on her period is a little weird. But whenever I use the name brand tampons with the sense and flowers, you're never supposed to have ended up. I don't know what they're thinking even making them. But whenever I take it out after however, many hours of using it, I Mitch eat. I got an she hole. If feels like there was an ear tin up there. So I've nixed those that I've moved onto Cora the average woman will use ten thousand tampons in our life. But lemme ask you this. Do you know what is in them because obviously something's wrong. Something weird is in them. And that's probably because tambon companies don't have to disclose the ingredients they use. But Cora does Cora is a brand that believes that you should know you put in your body, and that it matters. They created these certified organic cotton tampons and pads delivered straight to your door. So.
"it" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast
"So I, I will say, like, you know, even even the, the guy from New York that I see is straight men are at least adopting a little bit more to be like, I want my little girl to be able to kick some. But when she goes older though, put on his four Wheeler, throwing some dirt do this, and I love it. I love it. It's really, it's. It's nice to see older, not older, minimum men in their forties who are sitting straight changing knowing twelve years ago when I was in their wedding, they made me wear dress. And now they would never even consider asking me to wear like would be in that realm. So changes happening very foolish. Oh. Yeah. No, I had a I. I was just thinking about what you were saying. And there was an interaction I had with a co worker the other day, and this co worker very nice friend love her. But she accidentally like started to miss gender me and then corrected herself and it was good, and it was like this. Great. And then we, I showed her one of the clips from scowl the clip of me headbutting Pat arkie. You look like such a bad. And Japan if you haven't seen it. So I did. So I showed her this clip of me headbutting someone and. She's so she like she was like, she was in the middle of doing thing and she was like, oh, Mr. MRs. It was just like, yeah. So you don't. We, we know each other. So I'm kind of like, yeah. Well, all right. You know you you walk into on headbutting people, Ashley, you know, like that's, you know, kind of a and it was just like, yeah, it's kind of a what. It's kind of a lot. There was just like, you know, women headbutt to are you telling me somebody comes at you. You're telling me, you told me Pat Rockies coming at you. You're not gonna head, but him. Like. Anyway. Okay. Strongly about this show. So the opposite. The opposite experience. I mean there things are getting better, but I mean, I don't wanna be like that person, but I'm not of that person. You know, born Texas southern Baptist preacher. Yeah. So I actually had a really lovely conversation with an older. It was actually the first like queer dude from Texas. I ever met like not like a young person like he was like in his sixties or seventies clear dude from Texas. He came in, it was a morning, so really slow now, but he was in, we have like half hour, long conversation in which I wish we had been like, can we be friends forever by he's from San Antonio. And so he's the bit because my family's from east Texas, like bibles, small, Texas, and he's from more city. So he has a slightly different experience..
"it" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Got it for me and kind of like i kind of like play everything off on like these guys that i'm seeing like even though i'm like not seeing at the time i'm like oh yeah mike got it for me or oh yeah me and mike are going this and it's really not mike it's mike cash so crazy do you have any words of wisdom for anyone out there trying to look for one just go to baseball game alone or go to sugar daddy dot com or sinking arrangements sponsored by not sponsored but they should be kidding us some commission for that this gave them i have listened like seeking arrangements podcast i'm like rather blah podcast yet lady'll two girls that are talked about i don't know just like stuff that goes on the website i signed up for the website but like if it's just try and get one pago lauren i'm done i have question for you before we go so you're interested in signing up for one of those websites that mean that if this really is the end of the line with your cash daddy that you would like to move on to a new one now no you found a good one i wouldn't risk getting about situation sounds like you've got a good one even if it's over yet good run i i like truly like love my did not like a romantic way but like a friendship way and we are really close so like i don't think like anybody can replace him unless unless they're like giving me like five months then i'll be like a cool off louis are thank you so much for coming on.
"it" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"So we are we have a a beautiful group of animals and you mentioned in being in their bail conditions and being in jail which is the irony that so many of you were arrested larisa people so passionate about why did it matter seles doesn't have any good question you know it's a group of people that have have this social conscience you know they don't wanna give up on somebody that made a mistake now we're not all coin lovers uh but many are in there because of problems that they can be solved you know addictions and anger problems and the cows were the key to to getting these guys getting their heads back together so we have a a small heard there's definitely gonna cap to get some more cows what we know where their slots our cows and uh the but this hurt is definitely uh eager to go back to prison and uh it's a victory for all those people that came out you know there's been people standing by the road by that prison farm every monday night for the last eight years and they didn't miss a monday night and what will it media knows people do you heard those towns to take them back to jail we are we've we've got a small victory in hand but the celebrations going to come when they go back and where we're gonna let the cows graze on the front lawn for a little while jeff it's a pleasure to speak the scene and i really appreciate the story is quite something okay you're welcome thank you free time f byebye jeff peters was on his farm outside kingston ontario.
"it" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"I think in story telling which is that in order to be a story and not not a shaky dod tell right like you you know to be a real narrative you have to admit details that don't matter at all right man and yes okay what you're saying well you know two or three defining characteristics you know this is a bad way to you know this is a bad way to do story tell laying it's to rotates to formula lick and stuff like that hey maybe you just does park who are some nights and doesn't ever do it are quick yet but like look you make your always making choices right like this sort of this is an exercise him in question begging to say that you know well i'm not responsible for what the camera captures heavy yes of course you are like you put him at the camera at the actors and told them what to do no i mean that's the truth is that deeper problem in the show as it makes a whole bunch of promises it can cash out but i do think of the deepest out a spot dissatisfaction with the show as the the whole bunch of promise is what it is you know what's up it might not want to be fulfilled like one of those promise this is there will be lots of explicit sex on the show because the other to the first thing we get is this like a really pretty graphics epstein yup which you know if that's your thing great work it's not like i was talking to someone who doesn't really what that in their fiction and the hit that a turn them off the show as like okay don't worry there's there's no more i can not what others seen there's like other scenes somebody else watching it can be our man you know game of thrones like so steve steve it's a girl at the end and is like a i do park or you do computers we could have something in common his these me if they are to popular it's going to be a part of it what's up concern and nineties packer movie the and then there's this is where i guess he captured by the dude to the van and has to make.