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"kirsch" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Kirsch can extend 70 news radio. Currently a little light rain reported downtown L A where it's 56 degrees and some light rain in Ontario right now at 52. 5, 47 and KNX, a man that was beaten to death outside a rooftop restaurant in West Hollywood. He was found early this morning. This is ah, the e P and L P near Melrose and La Cienega. County sheriff's detectives say the victim got into an argument with a man and a woman. They'd all been at this place on the argument apparently happened shortly after leaving it. At some point the guy fell. He was then they say, repeatedly kicked in the head. Man and the woman took off victim described as a 50 year old man taken by ambulance to the hospital died there. Nothing yet on the suspects. But cops will you surveillance video from the area to help in the investigation Republican National Committee joining the effort together enough signatures to ensure a recall of Governor Newsome gets onto the ballot. RNC will pay for volunteers to phone people to urge them to sign up. Recall campaign says it's already collected one of the half a million signatures those would be needed to get it onto the ballot March. 13th is the deadline. Of course, they have to be verified. Republican businessman John Cox is challenging Newsome again and the regular election, he says, says he knows it's an uphill battle against the Democrat. I grew up without a father and a single mom and I made a success of a business over 40 years. The odds were stacked against me succeeding in life and frankly Ads have always been stacked against me when I run for office, but I've always done it on the basis that we've got to clean up our politics. Also announcing that he's in the running is the former San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer. State lawmaker wants to make cocktails to go with food orders from restaurants permanent. The state senator introduced legislation that he calls a lifeline to California restaurant struggling during the pandemic. This is not a silver bullet all by itself, but it's an indication that we're thinking about our restaurant community has been hit so hard and they will increase their sales increase their profit margin, and let's hope keep many, many restaurants open, Senator Bill Dodd tells Can next. There's no reason to stop restaurants from serving. Booze with take out orders. Once the pandemic is over, certainly all the rules. The laws that apply to getting alcohol in a restaurant also apply here. They've got to have food. They've got to have an idea that just 21 years of age whether it's delivered or it's take out, he says. Restaurants nationwide have taken huge losses in the billion since March of last year because of their health requirements and lockdowns Karen Adams KNX 10 70 News radio 5 50 mechanic. Look at your money, this one of those people Lisk, Popeye's new fish sandwich, James to disrupt the fried Chicken wars. The crispy occasion flat flounder.
Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres
"There were 7 18 7 wins 18 losses against teams that were over 500. If you look at all the playoff teams there, eight wins 20 losses. How far can these Giants go? If they do get into the playoffs? And what are your thoughts against his three game Dodgers series? The first round if and when they get to l. A on Wednesday? Well, I don't know if anybody would pick the Giants to win that. I don't think it's it just it's just not not a reasonable way to think. I mean, the Dodgers were the best team in baseball there 25 games over 500 there one through nine with power hitters. They've got Kirsch on and bueller lined up. They got a bunch of right handed pitchers, you know, adjust in May and Johnson against the Giants, right handers. Stacks up really kind of comically. One sided, however, Marty, it's baseball, right? I mean, what's the point of serious when the first one, but if they be Kershaw behind behind God's man, I mean, you know, that's that's the great thing. They go in your record book? Look up. 1951 look of 1962. Yeah, and this is a you're going to write it. I hope it's Giants Dodgers. You'll write a great story that you will write an amazing story. About about how these teams have played before and how the Giants were written off before to the very last pitch, and they ended up winning and winning penance by doing it. So my feeling is Bruce. You got a lot of lefties. The Dodgers a lefty oriented. We've seen what Kershaw was done before. It's a baseball game. That's all it is. Anything can happen. Yeah, three runs in the first inning off. Kershaw is like, whoa, what's going on here? And all of a sudden, people say, Gee, we didn't see that coming. Yeah, and it's very I wouldn't say it's unique to baseball. But you know if you get an NFL Matchup kind of the best in the worst. He had a pretty good idea how it's going to come out or an MBA. The Lakers are playing a team that's you know, they can't win a game to save their life. If you had a fair idea, but the baseball and we've seen it so many times. You can just knock you on your own your song on your seat her off your seat. What's What is it? Something like that happens. It's the shock. That's it. Come on the Mets and the Orioles 1969. How about that? Yeah, the miracle Mets. They weren't supposed to get there. They weren't supposed to beat the Braves, then Henry Aaron, and they did. And then next next thing, you know, they win the whole thing. And you know Cleon Jones and Tommy and me and Tom Seaver and all of a sudden the team that have been so unbelievably bad. It's like, Wow, these guys are really good, and it turned out they They were very good for the for the next several years, But that was that was a miraculously kind of thing that you know it goes back to the miracle Braves, you know, back in 1919 14. That's correct, George Stone, the miracle Braves. Yeah. So The history of baseball. It's filled with great stuff like this and completely improbable development. So we will watch with great anticipation.
Dodgers vs. Padres is the new high-stakes rivalry MLB needed
"Exciting team the hottest team in baseball right now at the Padres going up against the best team in baseball right now, the Dodgers and they're playing for the division, and it's really chippy. And we're coming down to the last 10 games of a wild wild year. That's why I shouldn't have to say so. I may put it another way. Like if you've ever been to a music festival, then you know how there are multiple bands to play at the same time, but on different stages, right? So the headliners get the realestate. The artists who were printed up in a smaller fought on the flyer our summer off to the side playing with smaller crowd, But if you've ever been to a music festival, you know that the smaller bands off to the side sometimes put on the better show. Sometimes you want to be off to the side and you want to see what's going on over there. Last night, I could make the argument the Dodgers and Padres put on a better show than the NFL doubleheader. When they were playing back to back on the main stage. If you have not been paying attention, then maybe you did not know last night was in fact. An unstoppable force meeting an immovable object. The unstoppable force Now are the red hot Slam Diego Padres. They welcomed the immovable object. The seven time defending NL West Champ L. A Dodgers to Petco Park. San Diego, Riding an MLB best seven game heater, the Dodgers holding onto a 2.5 game lead in the division with their ace, Clayton Kershaw on the bump. Kirsch has been nothing short of vintage this year. Maybe the villa is down a bit, but it doesn't matter because this dude has been spinning Uncle Chuck. Slinging a slide piece to the tune of a sub to E. R. A five wins and a career best whip, and for five innings last night, he mowed right through the analyst, second best lineup. Padres. Righty D. Nelson lament matched him the entire way, though, halfway through that game, we were watching an old school pitchersduel. Their courage was barely getting the better off. And then things went from somewhat respectful and cordial to extremely chippy with a single swing in the bottom of the sixth. Game was won Nothing at that point Dodgers and then Padres centerfielder tranq regime. Finally got to Kershaw and tied it up with this Moonshot the deep right field for Christian. It's
Computer scientist, pixel inventor Russell Kirsch dead at 91
"Computer, scientist Russell Kirsch inventor of the Pixel passed away August eleventh at his home in Portland Oregon at ninety one years old storied career and nineteen, Fifty, seven curse and a team of researchers developed a small five centimeter by five centimeter digital image scanner for the standards. Eastern. Automatic computer or see that went on to capture the first digital images ever Kirsch and his team than developed algorithms for image processing and image pattern recognition used by NASA and helping to create things cat scanning technology. Kersh
Computer scientist, pixel inventor Russell Kirsch dead at 91
"On Russell, Kirsch inventor of the Pixel passed away this week. Bit of sad news rest in peace but In case you're wondering who the inventor of the Pixel was. Now you know computer scientists, Russell AAC Kirsch, the inventor of the Pixel and undisputed pioneer of digital imaging passed away on Tuesday in his Portland home from complications arising from a form of Alzheimer's he was ninety one years old Now, Russell might not be name you immediately recognized his contributions to computer science made digital imaging possible born June twentieth nineteen, twenty nine in New York City demographic parents from Russia. and Hungary I attended Bronx High School than nyu Harvard and eventually mit in nineteen fifty one he joined the National Bureau of standards where he worked for fifty years and helped to invent the Pixel and create the first digital photograph It was a one seventy, two by one, seventy, two pixel image of his son Walden created in nineteen, fifty seven and is now iconic and was named. One of life, Magazine's one hundred photographs that changed the world in two thousand three and we have that image appear on the screen One of the first digital images ever created made from two superimposed scans at different thresholds since each pixel could only show one bit of information that being black or white as DP review points out Kirsch never stopped improving and his most famous invention even after retiring in two thousand and one and a twenty, ten interview on wired, he outlined his attempts to create a system that uses. Variable. Shape pixels instead of the squares that have dominated digital imaging since he invented him in that interview, he called square the logical thing to do. But laments that the decision was something rarely foolish that everyone in the world has been suffering from ever since. So at the right bold age of eighty-one, he began working on a masking system that creates six by six pixel areas and an. intelligently. Divides those areas into the two sections that have the most contrast before refusing to pixels on either side of the seem that idea never caught on but he explained the technology and its benefits in detail in a video below it's the thirteen minute long video if you wanted to watch that. But while the incredible accolades described above certainly gives you the sense of Russia Kirsch the. Engineer. The best personal picture of Kirsch probably comes from a two twenty twelve blocked by ant man named Joel Runyon who encountered him in a coffee shop in Portland after revealing net Romanians Computer and images on it probably wouldn't exist or exist as they are without Christmas contributions to engineering and computer science eighty-three-year-old Kirsch shared the following words I. Guess I've always believed that nothing is withheld from us. What we have conceived to do most people think the opposite that all things are withheld from them, which they have conceived to do, and they end up doing nothing Mr, Kirsch may be gone, but his legacy will live on every day in one of the approximately three point eight billion photos that are currently being captured every single day. May He rest in
"kirsch" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I was wearing a buddy holly t-shirt Because the Buddy Holly Story with Gary Busey had been released and I had just gone to a premiere or a movie. Yeah and and Bruce was a big fan of buddy holly and he. It's a big fan of Boolean at. That's why Philadelphia he brought GARY UC up on stage with him He commented on my shirt and Max looked at pretty said you went. I think I think that Bruce really like that shirt. So that's what I did. I gave the gave the shirt off my back that his greatness. Wow that is cool story. Yeah that would that is wonderful. How many times have you seen him? Total perform can't give you an exact number but I would say it certainly between ninety nine hundred so as I mentioned to you a glass track Bruce between seventy six seventy seven and the truth be told I of of course boarding the USA. But I didn't see any of the shows on the reunion tour which is something that I regret date is on my regret regret list as well just because life being the way it was just as a side note in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine? What became your day job something that until doing today? Today I worked for a small communications company. Montreal mostly work in the production end of things. Our clients include who does some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the US For instance like Pfizer. Each talk about your book or books. Why did you sign to do this? GimMe kind of the your origin story of why you decided to publish a book in in Canada that tail okay so As in your production you reference books so yes I've done published. I'm another author a lot of times I get mistakenly referred to as an author a letter writer. I was a photographer. But I am the publisher and publish two books on Bruce. The first one called for you and the actual full name that look everyone. Although we all referred to has for you is for you original stories and photographs by Bruce Springsteen's legendary fans. That's the the the full title That book was published in Two Thousand and seven and very limited edition so rolling talking just under under three thousand books hardcover but by two thousand eight. It was sold out the reason that I did that. Boca's because I felt that the the the springsteen audience the fan the community springsteen fan community needed a touchstone be able to relate their stories their contact with Bruce. I mean Bruce Unlike most artists there's no wall between Bruce and his and his fan base is fine community and this is this is demonstrated the day after day tour after tour year after year. Not only during the concerts when he allows himself to be woodsmen Stewart. I'm looking for where where he lies down in people move him through the audience. Right going crowdsurfing crowdsurfing exactly. I mean that was himself to be crowd surfed to the to the time when he does everyone to you know when Eli fans the Plays Guitar when he brings up you know. Eight and ten year olds sang songs with him and and and squeeze the sponges of water on his face. Get his soldiers no wall and let's face it. He's walking down the boardwalk and he picks up a guitar and he started serenading newly engaged. Couple he gets on stage at the Stone Pony so everyone has a story. I mean we all have stories and this is what I'm doing now. I'm telling you my story Fried Moist story was that I loved Bruce From the release said well the mid seventies and I was a photographer and I want I knew that. A lot of fans had photograph Bruce in the early seventies mid seventies and they had negatives and slides and images buried away in shoe boxes MHM In their attic in their parents hall. And I wanted to bring all of those things those hidden treasures into a book with people stories. And allow that to get out you know to the springsteen community and that's what I did I spent a long Awda time. You asked a lot of money. Because it was self published it was had to distribute myself and every minute was worth it. Because does the community was extremely extremely generous with someone who they didn't know was so here they are submitting their photographs. Their original negatives for me to work with And their stories and there were a lot of doubters oughta people wrote about it saying you know we hear this guy's putting together this book we don't know if it's ever gonNA come a be careful wherever and ultimately it did while I you know. There's four copies available on Amazon. The cheapest is three hundred and forty eight dollars and fifty cents and the there are two Going going up to four hundred ninety nine dollars. so yes it is certainly A collector's edition It looks folks. The cover looks beautiful and once again. This is what when I've done a couple of podcast asked I. I do a castle podcast. I do Dr. WHO bought gas? I am passionate about A LOT OF TV shows. I watch and I visit but I really did. Ah I went to our PODCAST leader and I said I just WanNa do springsteen podcast because I think and I guess maybe maybe I'm just biased. But I believe that springsteen's fans are the closest. Everything is the grateful dead right. This there is such such a community and such a caring of each other and so many great stories. I just think this would be an interesting podcast than rob was like. Hey you're passionate about it go for it and so far I've gotten great response and I'm so humbled that so many people want to talk to me so it sounds like a lot. That's what you did with the book you just. I want to have this collection for fans exactly as beautiful. It's exactly what I did. And and and let's face it Jesse. Everybody everything that you will interview will be biased. Yes it's yeah. Ah It's true If I might say just add one little thing of the book so the book as I mentioned has been sold out since two thousand eight eight since two thousand and I'd say ten for the last five years I've been raffling off a brand new when I say brand new this from the first printing I saved about twenty five copies of the The the the the Hardcover Book for You Save Twenty Five of those specifically to able to raffle those off for different charities and institutions and things like that and I've done so over the years and raised the old just about over four thousand dollars And I do that twice a year I do it in September in April. And it's any of your listeners. Listeners are interested to concertedly. Go to the lake That you're going to provide you on the show to to Uh either book because I still have a a website for the original book which is just for you Bruce Dot Com and the the other on the darkness tour We we post information on that. So that'll that'll be coming up. In April of twenty sixteen so if anyone is still looking to win in a book for that not having to pay the three hundred forty five dollars USD surprise me by the way I mean I know. Sometimes the books appear on On Ebay but I didn't know that there were a few available right now and the the most I've ever seen one Go for it was about three forty three fifty. Yeah but there are. There are four on Amazon. They're all from third party dealers. Chris and You know there is one for four ninety nine and The light in darkness There's eleven used. Most inexpensive is fifty six bucks but most are more in the Ninety to one hundred and none of them are new. Okay so then your listeners can can can take advantage of the very few that are left. Have the new. And and if they order them if they so desire and they want me to sign the book. I'm glad to do that absolutely and yeah I will get that blink. I certainly urge everyone to go Check out the book page and I know that I'm going to mention to my wife that this the light and darkness would be a great Christmas gift to go with me along with Bruce's new box set So that is amazing. That looks wonderful. Is there any specific. We're going to kind of come up soon. But is there any specific bruce songs that speak to you. They have a personal meaning to you. That you've used either during a celebration part of your life or a tough part of your life. My two favorite songs are from the darkness album I remember badlands ends. Buffalo may have seventy Gal. I show since. Let's say threw off the shackles of the restraining restrictions. Ryan Clark where he couldn't record he could play in. That's why he was able to do the chicken scratch tour and the other one. I mean. That's how you know. That's how he made made a living yet to make money. He had to pay his band. Great history banned but badlands. You know what I mean. He was fitting that hung out. It was so defined. It was so like you know it finally gained back by freedom. Yeah and I mean you know you could see the veins in his neck bursting he he was just on a mission and you could see. I mean You can see that he was ready to take the audience with him You know whether who would you know basically whether it was going to kill him and his audience as well. So that's that's a song that I relate to all the time I mean badlands. I mean I think take. That song is a song that he performs just about every concert on tour. I believe that's one of the top ones the other song which I was fortunate enough to see him perform With the extended extended intro Again after all those years was proven all night again. I I believe a defiant song. The song that the it's actually Tucson's because if you listen to the intro. It's it's it's beautifully intro. I mean it's it doesn't foretell anything. Think of what's about to come when when you know when he gets into the crouched and and just get into that Guitar Solo. I mean that that is something that is very special so those two songs really speak to me have over the years. They're absolutely my favorite you know. Even though I've heard it you know I've seen ninety two hundred shows. I've heard it ninety two hundred times four in Tehran still. You cannot the the the urged fist pump to sing along to feel. You know this is this is. This is the Bruce Fan community. All you know as one and you know I mean I I find those songs extremely extremely compelling to listen to you even even now you know and you know some people you might be fed up with ever have hope that the Lord let's say satiric songs or maybe not not as popular songs You know get played but I have to say that during those three songs if while for sure we always hear a badlands. Always you're born to run not always prove it all night right So one other song that will throw to you I think that's A bit appropriate drive at all night. Yes sorry drive all night all night them. That song again played beautifully. I mean remember Version of it from Florida with Bringing on Clarence and my Miami Steve and That that version really really just hits home with me you know something very different than than go up tempo. Som- something that you know shows Bruce as a writer of love songs get as as a writer of songs the almost like a ballot. You know something that something that you know is is longer. It's something that extends and you know those three or four songs I guess or at the top of wireless all the time. So if he tours in two thousand sixteen and A. There's rumors that it's going to happen. is there anything you want to hear if you get to see him live you know..
Chicago police officer suspended for slamming man to ground during arrest
"A confrontation yesterday between a twenty nine year old man in a Chicago police officer and sub in court today Bernard Kirsch's facing charges of aggravated battery of an officer resisting arrest assault and drinking in public of the video shot Thursday by of the bystanders shows a police officer lifting curse off his feet and slamming his body hard onto the street with his head appearing to strike the Kirby then lies motionless Chris was hospitalized after the incident police say the man licked the officer's face and threatened him then spit in his face the officer also went with a hospital to be evacuated value waited that is the incident and the officers response now being
Data Science Teams as Innovation Initiatives
"Got an email from this person has a company makes widgets doesn't have any data science presence in their company and they found our podcast and they're totally sold but they don't know how to start yeah how to in how to think about making data science successful at their company right. Yes that makes sense well. That's because it's actually can be really hard to start a data science initiative from scratch especially in a big established company and that's worth thinking about <hes> explicitly if you are one of the people and there are lots of them who have a have been date like that awesome well. Let's sir help out are definitely not fake which it maker you are listening to linear decorations so i think rather than diving straight into data science case it might be worth just taking a step back because while data science initiatives at big established davos companies are relatively new there you know new ish <hes> certainly not brand new companies in general have been trying trying to innovate for basically as long as companies have existed right and so there's a lot of research into what makes innovation initiatives in companies succeed or not what which i think is pretty useful for thinking about what makes a data initiative succeed or fail or anything like that so having works at facebook a no net flicks. I don't know i don't know how this applies to the these humongous companies that are kind of generally generally on the leading edge probably had data science departments pretty early on in the process <hes> but it's worth saying that every big company used to be small and and so probably every company has to go through this at some point with some role whether that science or something else yeah <hes> and so i think that even big established tech companies like netflix and facebook or two examples of companies that have really made it their business from from from their inception to be very aggressively innovative around especially like technology and and data science and things like that so this comes up somewhat somewhat more often i would say at older more established companies that are not inherently technical companies but that recognize that they need to check up in order to succeed against new entrance so if you make consumer packaged goods or if you sell insurance durance orange shipping yeah like all of these things there. Are you know big really really good established companies that are finding themselves needing to kind of kick start innovation initiatives and very often. They're turning data especially to try to say like okay. What's what's the data strategy that we're going to a start up here and then hauer. How are we going to foster at the right way. How are we going to be the right amount of aggressive right so i guess <hes> to my my earlier point. Yes startups have to do this but it seems like you're saying that this might be a little bit more difficult in companies that are very established and have very specific well-worn paths in processes yeah so depending on yeah if if you if you're a person like me who reads too many business books looks then this might this might be reminding you. Actually there's a really famous business. Book called the innovators dilemma and this came out. I want to say a couple couple of decades. Go now sort of a classic but the general idea is that <hes> in these established companies that have been very successful in whatever their line line of businesses there comes a point where there's actually it becomes really challenging for them to innovate and that's because they are so well optimized optimized so finely tuned toward just like making money hand over fist which with whatever their current business model is that the idea of disrupting that internally with some kind of innovation is actually really unappealing right. They've spent all of this kind of time and effort to set up this big engine and this just performing and performing performing and innovation initiatives almost by definition are going to make that more challenging but at the same time in the long run you need to like it sounds really dumb. I'm cringing even as i say this but like disrupt yourself in order to stay relevant i know now i know i'm sorry i'm sorry the worst but it's it's better than somebody else coming in and eating your lunch so like yes. It's no. It's very true though <hes> i'm thinking about. I guess i'm thinking about things like where where large companies so. I i wasn't involved dan any of this stuff but at at over facebook history it has changed its homepage multiple times for example the the time that they introduced the news feed lead. Everyone hated it right. That was definitely a big hit to the company <hes> to perception of the company <hes> but it was something that i guess the people at facebook at the time decided. We need to do this because we believe the world ahead of the losses. We're going to incur or the lack of efficiency for a big polished machine or something like that. We believe that the benefits are going to sue <hes> severely outweigh the short term losses <hes> <hes> and that's really hard to see when you're in a place where you're really doing well totally yeah so if you are one of the people who who is a data scientist say at one of these companies and you're getting the story from very often like this these sorts of an innovation initiatives i should've are seen by senior executives as what the company needs to to foster in order to evolve and continue to be relevant relevant long-term. The folks who are kind of in the middle can sometimes be somewhat more resistant to it because it's more can be more disruptive to their day to day life right. That's a really point funny. Yeah i guess some sometimes i fall into the idea of thinking of companies as people since i guess but <hes> but yeah companies are not people companies have one opinion you've got all of the people between leadership and the people in the trenches writing code or or doing whatever all of them have opinions about whether this is a good move or a bad move or whatever and so that means that each company even if the leadership hip says very clearly everyone's aligned. We're going to go in this direction the company itself just because of the people inside of it has a massive opponent and moreover like when you start at data initiative. It's not like you know on day. One what the final product looks like a you might have some idea of what an outcome is. You want to achieve that like how you get. There is very often what the data science team needs to spend a lot of time like studying and doing proof of concept and doing user interviews and and figuring out like how you're going to get there and so it's it's also that's kind of what the innovation initiative live is is not. We just decided that we're going to be data driven one day and then the next day we are. It's just magically all there but instead. There's a bunch of work that you have to do and that's what but the initiative is and so the question is what are the things that you can do you. What are the ways that you can structure that work so that it's the most likely to succeed in the long run of course there's no guarantees but <hes> there are ways that you can think about this in ways that you can structure it that can help or hinder that that eventual getting it into the main sort of production work stream of the performance engine so when i talk about the performance engine let me back up here for a second 'cause. I'm slightly ahead of myself. I'm thinking a lot about a really good book that i read recently called the other side of innovation and have a link to <hes> like the amazon page where you can check it out. It's a pretty good book and so what this book is about. Is it takes us a foregone conclusion at the beginning that you wanna have an innovation initiative and then it talks about. How do you execute on it. So there's a lot of places is that spend a lotta time deciding if they want to do innovation and then they decide that the answer is yes then kind of forget about how they you just think that like having made that decision is the hard part and of course that's as anyone who's done one of these things. The hard part is doing it and doing it well so the other side of innovation is a really good book. It's just a it's about innovation initiatives in general so it's not super specific data but i think anybody who's tasked with doing disrupted data science especially in a big a big highly. <hes> highly automated <hes> organization. Let's say like an organization that already has like a performance engine up and running. I'm stealing that phrase from the book will appreciate this <hes> and so the general idea is it the book tackles a few of the most important decisions that you have to make in setting up one of these initiatives so i is recognizing that is not just about deciding that you wanna have one of these initiatives ads and putting somebody in charge of it but you also need to assemble a team and you need that team needs to have a plan in a set of metrics that are unique to the goals also they're trying to achieve and then take that plan and that set of metrics and be able to execute on it relatively autonomously of the rest of the company because the whole idea is that they're supposed to be going out and doing something with different from the way that the company is operating right now and so not allowing allowing them to break out on their own or having them be people who have lots and lots of existing remaining obligations to to to their to the main like day to day work at the company means that it's going to be really hard for them to like break out of that cycle. Yeah that makes a lot of sense and i can. I can totally see see a large company falling into that that whole i guess yeah yes so it's really easy. This is something that the book kirsch early on is like well. What about the idea of just asking people to be innovative as part of their day to day work and to a certain extent that you can get some changes that way but like the really transformational stuff is really hard to get out of folks who are also doing day to day work and then the second a second piece that i thought was pretty interesting. Staying was as that team is operating day should not in general be optimized for actually producing in kind of like business results like if they do an experiment and the experiment say ends up making a bunch of money for the company or something like that like they introduced some little prototype product and then it ends up being successful like that's great that's fine but that's not the way that their success should be measured because what's what's more important is did they learn something along the way and do they have a process for a very quickly testing hypotheses and figuring out what it is they need to learn and iterating quickly and then one last thing that i thought was really interesting. Is that the hardest part sort of innovation initiatives. Come at the end when you're trying to merge them back into the mainstream of the day to day operations of the business. Oh oh interesting because that's where you have to yeah you've got that's when you're dealing with the inertia because like you could take a brand new team and you could kind of insulate letham from the <hes> the heavy-handed operating procedures of the company that are really optimized for one thing not optimized for the new stuff but then when that they'll think tank that you've made comes up with something that you want to integrate now you actually are forced to interact with the <hes> huge gosh tanker that doesn't turn very fast exactly so there are choices that you can make even at the beginning of the initiative about who do you involve and certain types of communication channels and decision making and you know how do you present to them what it is. You're doing so then when the the project is ready to merge back in. It's not like this thing that's coming out of nowhere and that's gonna meet a whole lot of resistance but hopefully you've been sort of cultivating from the beginning winning those relationships with the people that you're going to need to be like you're the other side of the handshake right. When you start to hand it back off and you can work you can start to work with them much more closely to figure out like okay now. We know what it is we want to do. The last step is figuring out how to how to get it merged back in yeah. Those are three really <hes> good things to remember. I guess if you're in this situation and all of them are hard. Yeah i mean this is not. This is not easy stuff but it's the stuff that many data scientists i think find themselves grappling with although maybe they don't always think about it this way which is why i thought <hes> this book was the other side of innovation. I thought was a really good book and then you know the greater context like innovators dilemma just thinking about how you even get to these situations situations in the first place so we'll have links to <hes> to those books on linear aggressions dot com if you wanna check them out and and hopefully if you are a data scientist especially one who's in charge of transformational change and trying to figure out what that means and then do it <hes> this is sort of helpful for are you and gives you some a little bit of guidance about what are some of the hard decisions that you have to make and what's maybe some hints one way or the are the other about. What's most likely to work
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Some ideas for how to go off the grid
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"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"So are you done in ring? Are you m. c. n. hosting now I know you're doing a lot of acting. Yeah, and stuff like that. So I know you did Negga dating dating naked. It's quite all right. So you did that. So where's a future laugh or year more work in ring or outside ring? I never say never as far as wrestling. I wanna get my knee back to one hundred percent if possible before I even think about that, but it really was tough enough that helped me realize that my contributions and more valuable behind a microphone than in the ring. And my career has just blossomed in a way that I could not have ever intimidated since that realization. And also a lot of that to slam because when I started hosting ring announcing and doing commentary there, nobody in that crowd cared that I was on tough enough. They were not a wrestling crowd and because they were wrestling crowd, I had the freedom to finally be a character that wasn't just AJ Kirsch. So when I created Bros of Joe Brody and kept working hood slam took to it really well. And so that's when I started steering my focus more towards the hosting the ring announcing the commentary and that as at the time shortly after tough enough, I want to make myself a more versatile entertainer to make myself. Hotter commodity WWE because if you're on tough enough, you're on the radar. So I want to show them that regardless of what position they put me in, I could deliver. So that's why I started seeking out more acting gigs, commercial gigs, television movies, voice, overs, reality, TV. I did as much of that as I could and that in itself has turned into a career that has taken me places. I never thought I'd go. I was interviewed by Larry King in twenty thirteen. There was dating naked in twenty fourteen. There was the rock the promo competition in two thousand sixteen, which was the rocks it launched his YouTube channel and it, but it was like there was still that was a wrestling project. It was it was the wrestling promo project. It's still always kind of been wrestling for me. And even though it's taking me to places that I never thought I'd go. It's led me to projects and opportunities that I thought were far beyond my grasp kind of getting this ROY. With two k. nineteen. Not necessarily as a former w w we tough enough contestant or anything related to wrestling it was because of my performance. I kind of feel like that's a cool little. I don't wanna say full circle because I'm not done, but it was a cool little nod just to kind of say that your efforts in other avenues of entertainment. Has brought you back to this not just wrestling related project, but this WWE project my we started robbing nose day, just like God, dang, man, this kind of semi recent. But when you start dropping dates, God, dang. Time flies by given. I'm in a blink of, yeah..
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Steve Austin show I've rollers and here three seventeen gimmick street AJ Kirsch Maho friend from tough enough. I'll remember what season it was. It doesn't matters about what two thousand eleven. How's it going back to the? No welcome to my house period. Sixteen gimmicks, three seventeen gimmick streak had been in both. We're back at three seventeen AJ one to start office. Amen. What are we gonna talk about on the show? Do we need to kind of format to sing? And I'm like, do you kidding me? Steve Austin show my personal state Romano format often show it dragged up. A friend of his was in the business. Name is brand wrestles as well l. O'Brien. How are you? Hey, how you doing doing good man? You've been working about seven years. What you work name, the metal head maniac sledge the middle head maniac sledge turns out he's like, eighty ninety eight hairband guide. Just like myself. I said, oh man, we're gonna have good time today. You guys been in Rhode AJ. You started off and the Oakland Frisco area, and you drove all the way down to where Tucson, Arizona. I had to pick up sledge here in San Luis Obispo which means I had to go west to the coast, go back east and then to Tucson. So on Friday, we drove. One thousand fifteen miles. I think. Dr one day, sixteen something hours and kind of loved it. I kinda loved it. It was good to like that bro time. We haven't had that in so long. Yeah. I mean, Brian sledgers you're still in the ring. AJ's don't lot of MC and these guys trying to book any territories because normally that's what two guys, three guys four guys do in a car. We had a show out in Tucson called cactus league wrestling. It was the first their inaugural shop. There's much of bricks here. Cheap. Give walks right into that. So tell me about the show so great. Probably five hundred people. Five hundred plus for I show for any show. I feel like five hundred plus for an indie shows pretty damn good. So it went great. And now we're on our way back and just so happen to make a stop at three seventeen gimmick street Mao edge up. And we've been in contact ever since back in the day and I stayed in contact with a couple of catch probably you more than anybody because you all ever down. And so you blew out you well awhile back and we talked about that briefly, but I guess there's some things you couldn't talk about or what's store with that. Yeah, catch out back. Yes, time let the cats out of the bag. Well, I hit you up for advice because you've seen your fair share surgeries and then some. So I was like a big issue is how do you keep from going crazy? And so it's nice to turn to the booze drugs pills. All shit did not know, turned turned. Right, right. You can't. You can get lost as well. Right. Well, I made a point to stay busy. I made a point to stay active. I was literally in the gym the day after my surgery. And as we were talking about earlier today, if you take too much time out of the gym, you start to go crazy. And I was not going to let that be what drove me crazy. But anyway, the way I blew my knee and I had to tell everybody kinda like shreds of the truth and just bend it a little bit because I send papers thing. I couldn't really talk about it. So the big announcement is that with WWE k. nineteen coming out in really just a couple of weeks..
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"That truck. That's what Homa buggies around and tonight or this evening. I'm gonna put my put Mukalla sake mule on a trailer, go down to the BLM and because my wife is doing her Zuma class tonight, I'm gonna take these dogs. My buddies out for little Giora on ABI l. AM if it was just left me with Mona vices, I'd probably going to jump on that terrace or that four Wheeler that brute force and ride the hell either one of those, but I'm babysitting. And I'm gonna take my smooth as silk ride my mule and right up there and maybe go about thirty forty miles just cruise loans. Dogs, we just got here in Nevada, trying to get settled in just got finished traded on the weights. Gotta make a little bit of a comeback here, drink some Margaritas tonight. I'll tell you what I'm gonna drop my Margarita recipe on you guys probably drop it on your Thursday on the show. I didn't invent this Margarita recipe, but did perfect. I'll do a couple of tweaks on it tonight and I'll drop it on Thursday. I'll put on my social media account to Stevenson. Bs are on Instagram, but anyway, I'm sitting here on my slap and my gums. So Liz, Liz, spring, and action, and let's get to sing moving. AJ Kirsch is my guess is a very entertaining podcast. AJ is really a quick with his chops has no problem at all flat at his gums and coming up with some say, well, on individual very articulate, very eloquent and just really dude, and he's dropped some foreward one on us, and I enjoyed talking to him. But before we get to AJ sports betting, sane is currently how to them sever been..
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"This is the Steve Austin show a hell. Yeah, yeah. Now, here's Steve Austin, right? Steve Austin show. I'm coming to, you means streets sang lease California today, and I am not not on the main streets Slough lease California. I am signal my ass on my couch and my podcast room at the Bs are two point. Oh, and to the left of me as Kelly, my black lab, his one year and six months old and into her left as moola moves going to be six years old here pretty quick. She's in deprive of life. You talk about a damn watchdog. Moola is absolutely fierce is like a police siren going up whenever she sees somebody come on our property now she'll charge somebody, but I don't think should ever by anybody, but she puts on a hell of a show and she's so damn loud. I mean, even I can hear. It and I'm halfway death. Now, Kallio van. She'll walk up to any stranger star Wagner tail and leg and stuff like that. So she much on watchdog. But nonetheless, this is my podcast team here today. And here today on the podcast, we'll buddy coming on this show. AJ Kirsch drove down from the bay area went down to Tucson, where did a fitness expo? And I guess there was some wrestling matches over there. Emceed that and he's here to talk about, you know, his knee injury that he suffered is going to give you the four one one on that. He gave me on this and he had to k- Fabian tire world on until he got a clear talk about it and you'll hear why we're also going to spend some time talking about the Debbie to Kane, nineteen video game that is about to drop as you listen to podcasts probably couple of days after that. So it's prime time to talk about that. But real interesting stories about how he got to be involved in setting audition process and just talking about video game technology AJ I don't think they could have picked a better person to promote that damn game because. He came over and about five pages of notes, and he hardly looked at them because he knew all the stuff by heart smart kid communications major in college is MC and host, and all kinds of stuff up there in the bay area always had a gift for gab. He was on last season. We did over there, and I would shit where we're out there and seamy valley, California, that big ass bad ass hummingbird ranch and my own crib out down the golf course. And Hershey, the wonder dog was still around back in those of the good old days. Amana had a blast AJ and he wouldn't traveling solo. He was running down the road with his buddy Brian sledge. The head, many act and sledge is going to be on the show, not this Thursday, but this coming Thursday after that because peace yo is part two coming up on this coming Thursday. So sledge chips and a little bit here on the podcast. As we sit there and shoot the breeze and talks about his wrestling career and smother things, and then we'll get back into that discussion with AJ and just talk. About the what? What he's doing now life after tough enough. Is there life after tough enough? Yes, there is. He's doing a good job of find it. Mean, meanwhile, I'm sitting here on my ass fixing to get in a pickup truck and go get that damn thing washed. I just got a brand new z seventy one three quarter ton Durham axe couple of months ago and got two thousand miles on it yet. Got a bunch of bugs out at its white in color. Got a good deal on it at. Thank polls like nobody's business. I love that damn pickup truck. Now, of course, still gum oath, three z seventy one that gas motor. I'll never sell.
Teen's arrest prompts new use-of-force investigation for Mesa, AZ police
"Of us submarine missile related data more from cbs news military consultant jeff mccausland with the bigger picture on beijing's goals see chinese making a very concerted strategic effort through cyberspace to steal massive amounts of information about new and sophisticated military systems united states is either fielded or fielding very soon to close that gap militarily between the chinese military and the us military police and federal agents on the hunt for a suspect in the shooting of an atf agent yesterday during a buy and bust operation in gary indiana cbs news correspondent dean reynolds following that story twentyfiveyearold bernard graham is now the target of a massive manhunt and a twenty five thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to his capture he and three others were allegedly involved in the gerry shootout the very kind of illegal firearms deal that has long fueled this region's bloodshed last month another atf agent was wounded during a separate undercover operation in chicago thomas kirsch is the federal prosecutor for northern indiana the conduct of these defendants is completely intolerable the suspects can expect life in prison if captured and convicted three separate investigations being conducted into the use of force by mesa arizona police officers demonstrators stormed the police department headquarters last night concern the investigations won't lead any substantial charges reporter chris plante alp has more some are skeptical that three separate investigations into mesa pd's usa force issues will be effective i think they should be fired and i think the actual officer that was doing the punching should go to prison black lives matter demonstrators outraged over this video showing mesa police officers beating an unarmed man who does not appear to be resisting police say he was with a friend who was trying to break into a woman's w home came away news time five thirty four the race site opens in about an hour for the annual susan g komen race for the cure in downtown saint louis once again a huge crowd expected the five k run walk set for eight o'clock today's goal is.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
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"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Will fall dot com also aj was good kitchen back up with you and a massive luck that will and obviously going to stay in touch over the phone but it was good talking to you and see you on video scope as randy macho man savage we'll video scalpels i appreciate it sir you know just the fact that i'm able to pick your brain about advice about anything whether it's surgery or you know working out or life or whatever it may be like on very grateful that we've been able to stay in touch evan this is fun this is a lot of fun is good catching up also talking with you i appreciate it reshi it's you steve thank you have you checked out the big podcast with shack your podcast one yeah we talk basketball but we're a lot more than just sports magoo throw of ludi shoes how to be the seventh knew everything about me everything sports and love them she says i love your podcast and our but i hate that job listen free to the big podcast with shack exclusively on apple podcasts podcast one dot com and the podcast one app if you love the show share it with a friend and leave us a rating and review a writer but it give it to go home cues wrapup is bott gas and ride off in the sunset before i do that one thank my guest aj curse for joining me on show today it's been a long time since two thousand eleven when tough enough rolled around i've stayed in touch with aj and a couple of those cats and it was great talking aj and catching up with him he's a very bright young man with a very high work ethic i'm looking forward to him rehabbing his knee getting back on track and pursuing the things that he wants it is life is very determined guy he knows what he wants and i suspect that you'll be highly successful from here on out thanks for joining minimum podcasts aj's president talk to you hey man pro and t's dot com forward slash steve austin has all too bro.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Well i think i'm gonna love pro wrestling to the day i die i think i'm gonna love performing in general and i think i'm gonna keep finding ways to keep it interesting for myself at kind of the same way like i don't specifically i couldn't tell you what i'm doing i just if i'm happy when i go to bed at night i'm happy when i wake up in the morning then you know i think i'm doing okay did you are you are you in between san fran and oakland where we're we're kind of specifically are you don't give me i'm actually address but right at three eighteen getting extreme are you pulsing i go yeah i'm in berkeley which is right next door to oakland before we wrap up social media twitter instagram facebook working people find your website are and talk about this hood slam event coming up yeah twitter instagram they both at aj hirsch that's k i r s c h you could like me on facebook it's facebook dot com slash i am aj hirsch and i've also got several social media for it because i like keeping some separation between the two instagram and twitter is at bro jay brody facebook dot com slash bursts of joe brody and if you just google hood slam you'll find everything you need to know about hood slam facebook twitter instagram twitch it's all at would slam you want to check it out first friday of the month oakland metro opera house tickets by searching hoods time event bright dot com or you can go straight to the website at birds.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"We possibly can if we try to present it as legitimate athletic competition we're not fooling anybody at this point let's be honest about what professional wrestling really is it's performance arts and the only genre of performance art that we had was if it was just one single genre it would get boring real quick you know like if movies were only we're only disney movies we would get sick of it real quick there's no reason that we can't bust open professional wrestling to make it as acceptable through many different people as possible i think it starting you know you've got strong style and british style to lead right in american style but beyond that you can there's no store you can't tell him pro wrestling and would slam till some of the most insane stories that you've ever heard any life there's nothing we can't do insulin i not my mother was good enough for rush on she goes okay stain that's fine just change your last name she was kidding because you know she didn't want the embarrassment there you know she she knew there there's no way i was it's gonna make you have a degree in communications when you started getting into this world what did you mother thinking now that she goes to the shows every now and then once you think about your career choice and how much you love this this business at the time you know i was just a thirteen fourteen year old kids sent it may have just been like oh that's nice like whatever you wanna do i'll be proud of you but ever you do so she you know she was supporting him day one and my dad was too they were both great about just being like hey if that's what you wanna do then go do it for the love of god finished college but if that's what you wanna do go do it they've been supporting me since day one and my mom when she comes to hood slam she has such a good time like offered about it i because like you said.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Imposing they just needed they weren't looking for like a bouncer personally they were looking for more of a host like what do they call it a brand ambassador like somebody to feel welcome at the club and just a presence inside just to make sure that nobody does anything stupid and in my i bounced for probably four or five years and rarely had to ever break up a fight really had anyone swing on me who my favorite bouncing story is when i noticed that fight had broken out on the dance floor you know i quit i walked over to break it up quickly sized up the situation and breaking up a fight is pretty easy because the people in a fight or focused on each other they're not even thinking about the bouncers who are about to break it up so i come from behind and actually of all things i my left arm around his throat come underneath his right arm with my right arm so i've pretty much locked him in its has mission because i saw tasr us at one point i'm just like if i would think that in real life nobody can do dick so i think in its has mission dragged him outside and l getting there until the cops showed up there wasn't a damn thing you can do about it because he was noticing swinging with his right hand so with his right with that half nelson on and every time he would struggle i would just squeezed a little bit tighter on some aqap showed up so my favorite bouncing story is sinking tasr mission the break up break up a fight what are you doing right now i've she on the list of things that you're doing as far as hosting or 'em san with the bad will what are you doing right now then you re that process or you ever work are you able to mc doing support yourself financially yup on you know on luck yvette this injury has not impact my bility to talk as the last forty minutes you know has been crystal clear so i'm still hosting shows i'm still hosting rig announcing doing commentary and you know i'm just i'm having a blast doing it between what i'm doing with wrestling right now in acting not only a making money on saving money and able to put money away into my.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"It's interesting to hear guy your age because your lot young to be and you're naming bands that you know that i still love that were hitting their prime you know when i was a kid so where are the newer bands of the nickelback because i'm just i'm a big believer that of the music has changed so much and there's some greta van watt van wise there's a couple of bands out there that are kind of scratching the surface but i for some reason i just don't get into anything new i'm still stuff and you've been a young cat just named a bunch of old stuff of the nickelback yeah we'll i think good music is timeless you know if you go back i mean even earlier today i was at the gym like zeppelin and hendrickson guys that to this day just there's there's nothing like him we just nobody sounds like woman i don't know if that's a casualty of the music industry nowadays but i agree with you that a whole lot of new bands that i just gravitate towards the way i did but ones i just named you said you're a nor key shy kid coming up yup i was watching a video before you and i talked and you were on what got dating a naked or dating naked you make it to go from the shot the kid yes shadowy kid and all of a sudden you're on this show tell me what was up with that experience that how does after wwe out the goal is still to get signed by wwe so i started pursuing other avenues entertainment because i know they want to be able to send their guys do tv shows talk shows all the stuff so i wanted to expand my repertoire so i got a casting notice for reality show all dating naked and i was just like you know what somebody has to be on that show.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Rowdy ronda rousey vs nyah jacks for the raw women's championship and wwe extreme rules on july fifteenth where for one night only the wwe throws a rule book out the window and anything goes so get on over to ww network dot com slash austin to start your two month free trial and that's the bottom line 'cause stone cold set so articulate eloquent young man with good head on his shoulders so explain to me about back because i'm a fan as well i think they're great damn band but there they are polarizing band people either love them or they hate them and shit bala people hate them i don't get it because i think they make good solids straightforward rock and roll music whims all the heat coming from can you explain that to me because i don't know i honestly don't know either i didn't know when nickelback became cool band aid but at one point they became the punchline for every bad music joke they did it like and i think there victim of their own success in that respect because they've sold like fifty million records worldwide some of their songs are some of the most instantly recognizable and you know what's funny though is that people are quick to bash nickelback publicly but as soon as i get somebody one online they're very quick to be like okay you know that one song how you remind me or rockstar photograph i actually really liked that song and maybe after a few drinks singing at the top of my lungs we'll see what happens so the hate i think the trendy band banda eight but that kind of makes me love them just a little bit more shout from the rooftops it'd be like oh you don't like him i love him who would listen to big rock fan so aerosmith metallica acdc namen nickelback acc knickebocker like right up there for my all time favorite band.
"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
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"kirsch" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
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"kirsch" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
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"kirsch" Discussed on KELO
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