18 Burst results for "Koda"
"koda" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Modules are all, but you know what? If somebody buys Thomas smith's D&D module, that means they're going to have to buy D&D from us. So great. Everybody wins in a game you just play. No, 'cause you need to know the rules. Also they might buy the rule books. Yeah, they would buy the rule book. Yeah, exactly. Okay. And now, is that totally for free or they charging license? No, that's absolutely 100% for free and right, exactly under the old OJ L one. And spoiler alert under the new 1.1, right? But a weird thing happened. In 2011, that same that allowed you to create a module, a synergistic win win. Allowed a competitor to create a product where you didn't have to buy anything from wizards at all because they took one of the corsets of rules they added a couple new things and concepts. They called the whole thing a different name and then they made tens or perhaps hundreds of millions of dollars selling a competitive product to Dungeons and Dragons. That's not synergistic. So I'm curious about that also. Yeah, yeah, put a pin in that one. So I mentioned this third thing because lots of people are fans of that competitor product. And I want to be completely honest. I think at least part of the reason for wanting to change the one is the ridiculous success that that competitor product had. And I think wizards was like, all right, that was dumb. We're never going to subsidize our direct competitors again. And that's true. So it would be dishonest to pretend that's not a motivator. So those are your three things. Nazis, crypto Bros, and direct competitors. And profit. And I will say. Yes, somewhat of a magic player. There's definitely I think a sour taste in a lot of people's mouths over how monetized magic feels. I mean, it always was, but it feels right now. Like, you know, my great gift for you aside. It does feel like there's so many releases of things that it's like, oh, you could pay for this. You could pay for that. You could pay for that. It feels like, I think people are a bit wary of wizards. Obviously, they're a company. Obviously they're gonna make money. I have no problem with them making money. It feels like maybe they're overstretching in certain ways. And I think that's kind of a general attitude that people have. I have a 100% seen that. I think that's right. So ogio one explicitly reserves the right for wizards to make future changes. They went 23 years without making any changes. Now we have a leaked draft of the 1.1 change and we have the code article. So if you're following along, you're at the computer, I'll make the show notes available to everybody and pull up three things. So this is on page three of my notes. The 1.0. That's available on the wizard's site. The leaked 1.1. That's up on our site, because I uploaded it for you. We didn't leak it, but yeah. No, no, no, no, no, but we have a copy, so it's up there. And then third, koda's article, which you can find at gizmodo, and it is D&D wizards of the coast 1.1 open gaming license. So if you've got those up, let's go through and debunk this article. I'm going to start with the first half sentence. That's not a good sign. The new Dungeons and Dragons open gaming license, a document which allows a vast group of independent publishers to use basic game rules created by D&D owner wizards of the coast. That's all true comma. Significantly restricts the kind of content allowed. And I have to stop here because that is a 100% false. No, it does not one. And 1.1, use exactly the same approach to allowing independent publishers to use D&D content. It's just renamed and made more clear. The content you can use is exactly the same and I'm about to prove that to you. Now, 1.1 changes limits the ways in which you can use that content, right? So specifically says you can't use that to make NFTs. So I don't mean to suggest that it doesn't change the universe, but when you say restricts the kind of content no, it does not. Here's the proof. It just says you can't use it at clan meeting. Around, you know, that kind of. So let's look at OG at one. That starts at paragraph one D and that begins by defining the stuff you as a third party get to use. That's called open game content in the one. And it says, open game content means the game mechanic it includes the methods procedures processes and routines to the extent that such content first does not embody the product identity. We'll get to that. And second is an enhancement over the prior art and any additional content clearly identified as open game content by the contributor that's you and means any work covered by this license, including translations and derivative works under copyright law, but specifically excludes product identity. And you're like, all right, that's a lot of legalese. Oh, how do I know? Well, fortunately, after that definition, comes 402 pages. Of game mechanic Y things. What do I mean by that? I mean things like dwarf characters increase their constitution by plus two. Arcane sword is a 7th level evocation with a range of 60 feet that does three dice ten force damage to the targets and blue dragons can spit lightning breath that does a crap tone in the damage based on their age. Those 402 pages. And I need you to remember this one is called the system reference document or SRD version 5.1. Put a pin in that. Okay. So by the way, site note, Corey doctoral, somebody I respect a lot. I love his nonfiction. I love his fiction. He's argued that the one was kind of a sham. Now this is obviously contradictory to everybody who's like, hey, you're taking away this great thing, like his sort of hot take was. Well, the first thing wasn't so great. I think he's wrong on that too. And this is the same, you know, American Idol versus the voice, right? Like he's saying, I don't see how you could copyright processes. And you can't, right? You can't say, I'm going to copy, I'm going to claim a copyright in song competition where winner gets a record deal. But as long as the unique implementation has minimally creative elements, you can copyright those elements, right? So I think the idea that the character has a fixed number of hit points before they die, that the statistic that modifies it is called constitution, that that score is on a scale of three to 18, and that dwarves get a plus two bonus. That's protectable. Right, like any one of that might not be like obviously hit points are in everything, you know, maybe constitution is a little too big, but like you're saying the system together, it's creating a thing that is a copyrightable work. Is that kind of yeah, yeah. That's right. Like wizards doesn't own the idea of a dragon, right? But right, yeah, exactly. The fact that blue dragon spit lightning. Like that's the I don't know. That's probably minimally distinct and creative. Gotcha. This episode is brought to you by green chef. Oh, I love green chef. And this is a great time. You know, there are lots of people have new year's resolutions based around food. Maybe it's maybe it's not a weight loss thing. Maybe it's just to eat better in general thing. I'll tell you, green chef is a great way to do that.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"koda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"120 countries and leann kerens, this is Bloomberg Stephen. Leanne, thank you very much coming up next Charles caple will have his review of the year in terms of UK corporate stories he'll picking out the big themes for us next. This is Bloomberg. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, a conversation Kathleen Hayes of Bloomberg television on the bank of Japan. Kathleen, I came in here and listened to the energy John farrow and Tom Keane have about the BOJ. I'm like, I don't know. Can you tell me why this is important? Why this important? Oh my God. First of all, being surprised. I was sitting on the 6th floor in front of our camera up there, getting ready to react to this with our team in Tokyo and Asia. And when I saw the headline come across, widening yield curve control. I was shocked. Everyone was shocked. All the signals coming out of the bank of Japan, including governor kuroda, repeatedly was no we're not ready. And the expectation has been, not ready to start making this move, even with inflation rising, Corona kept saying, well, we don't know if it's sustainable. You know what? There might be a global recession, bring down prices. That's we need the stimulus. And then we're getting a new governor. The new governor is going to be in place in April. And at that point, that's been the expectation when it would start. But the BOJ has been insisting even when the shift away from extraordinary stimulus started, it would be gradual. And when koda had his press conference last night, one of the things he stressed was, we haven't changed our forward guidance. We're still concerned that inflation may not be sustainable. We just have to rise. The spring negotiations start off to the first year probably in late February early March. That it was about financial stability, keeping and there's a big concern about the weekend, right? That's been something that very unpopular with the public. So this is a step. But one thing to say, it's not clear that the regime shift has fully begun, but at the door is definitely wide open. It's clear that's where the BOJ is going
Bloomberg Radio New York
"koda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We've got the yen, something like nearly 4% up from where it was yesterday we got at the moment also bonds under pressure. The U.S. ten year yielding 3.68%. This is Bloomberg. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, a conversation with Kathleen Hayes of Bloomberg television on the bank of Japan. Kathleen, I came in here and listened to the energy John farrow and Tom Keane have about the BOJ. I'm like, I don't know. Can you tell me why this is important? Why is this important? Oh my God. First of all, being surprised, I was sitting on the 6th floor in front of our camera up there, getting ready to react to this with our team in Tokyo and Asia. And when I saw the headline come across, widening yield curve control. I was shocked. Everyone was shot. All the signals coming out of the bank of Japan, including governor kuroda, repeatedly was no we're not ready. And the expectation has been, not ready to start making this move. Even with inflation rising, Corona kept saying, well, we don't know if it's sustainable. You know what? There might be a global recession. Bring down prices. That's we need the stimulus. And then we're getting a new governor. The new governor is going to be in place in April. And at that point, that's been the expectation when it would start. But the BOJ has been insisting even when the shift away from extraordinary stimulus started, it would be gradual. And when koda had his press conference last night, one of the things he stressed was we haven't changed our forward guidance and we're still concerned that inflation may not be sustainable, we just have to rise. The spring negotiations start off to the first year probably in late February early March, that it was about financial stability, keeping and there's a big concern about the weekend, right? That's been something that very unpopular with the public. So this is a step. But one thing to say, it's not clear that the regime shift has fully begun, but at the door is definitely wide open. It's clear that's where the BOJ
Bloomberg Radio New York
"koda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is boulder. On the latest edition of the Tate podcast, a conversation with Kathleen Hayes of Bloomberg television on the bank of Japan. Kathleen, I came in here and listened to the energy John farrow and Tom Keane have about the BOJ. I'm like, I don't know. Can you tell me why this is important? Why is this important? Oh my God. First of all, big surprise. I was sitting on the 6th floor in front of our camera up there, getting ready to react to this with our team in Tokyo and Asia. And when I saw the headline come across, widening yield curve control. I was shocked. Everyone was shocked. All the signals coming out of the bank of Japan, including governor kroda, repeatedly was no we're not ready. And the expectation has been, not ready to start making this move. Even with inflation rising, Corona kept saying, well, we don't know if it's sustainable. You know what? There might be a global recession, bring down prices. That's we need the stimulus. And then we're getting a new governor. The new governor is going to be in place in April. And at that point, that's been the expectation when it would start. But BOJ has been insisting even when the shift away from extraordinary stimulus started, it would be gradual. And when koda had his press conference last night, one of the things he stressed was, we haven't changed our forward guidance. We're still concerned that inflation may not be sustainable. We just have to rise. The spring negotiations start off to the first year probably in late February early March, that it was about financial stability, keeping and there's a big concern about the weekend, right? That that's been something that very unpopular with the public. So this is a step. But one thing to say, it's not clear that the regime shift has fully begun, but at the door is definitely wide open. It's clear that's where the BOJ is going
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"koda" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So yeah, I think it's, I think it has been fine and has been, you know, kind of zippy. Yeah. Not bad. Snap in my fingers to make it to indicated zip. I don't have like an accordion to play, which is how you indicate zip if you're Italian. Accordion. I also wanted to note that Shohei Ohtani used former team than upon him fighters. The NPV professional entry draft was held late last week and the fighters drafted a two way player. Named koda yazawa and I'm just wanted to mention that just in case it turns into a story he turns into something you heard it here first unless you heard it somewhere else first, but this has been very rare in NPP even post Otani, there's not been any wave of two way players or anything, according to Jim Allen, I think this is just the second time post Otani that someone has been drafted as a two way player. And the first one was not even allowed to two way play. It was junior nishi of the hanshin tigers. He was drafted as a two way player, but then specialized even before his career started. So it's still very rare, but the fighters kind of been out of the box team and obviously they have the history of Otani and they have big boss Yoshi Shinjo as their manager. That's right. Yeah. He's not going by big boss, apparently anymore. He is retired big boss, he's just Shinjo again, but still quite a character. Anyway, they have drafted kote yasawa and I don't want to set expectations too high. He is not the next Otani as far as I can see. He maxes out, it looks like 94 on the mound. And I think I think he's only like 5 8 or something. He's not a big guy according to pictures I've seen and one bio page I saw. But they're going to give him a chance and they seem excited about it. Shinjo is quoted as saying when to know whether team named him, I jumped and shouted. This was in the first round. He was a star for Nippon sports science university, and he seems like he's confident. He said he's looking forward to facing the best young players there are more kami and sasaki. He wants to pitch and bet against them, respectively. He wants to strike batters out and hit home runs. So it seems like the right organization to be with. No idea whether he will actually persist into a player whether he will be a success. There's no other ohtani really even if you wet someone else try. I don't know that anyone else has the physical skills and the build and everything else that Otani has. But nice to see, so when we take a run at it. So good luck to him. Agreed. Okay, let's see here. I have neglected to do a step blast for a while here. So I have what should be a fairly quick one, I think. Something like the only one that's close and then the teaser takes you to discuss it at length and as it pours in a meaty way is to dance upon. So step blast, as always, is brought to you by the baseball
The Bill Simmons Podcast
"koda" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Good spot. It did. I never would have lurk in there for a second. Then paradox took drive my cars, artsy spot. And it's really a two man race. And even FanDuel, which incredibly has Oscar ads this year. Well, I think Dakota even more than king Richard took Belfast spot. That was the movie that in the fall when it was debuting. And I believe Belfast when the audience award at tiff, which is like a pretty clear an award the green book one. It's an award that usually indicates where the populist point of view is on a movie. And Belfast just never really picked up the speed that everyone thought it was going to. I think in September, there was a sense that it was power the dog versus Belfast all the way down. And for whatever reason, that movie didn't click. It is the only movie I believe. That hasn't streamed. Out of all of them. Even drive my car streaming on HBO Max, but Belfast is still not available on a streamer. You have to rent it. We'll power the dog's minus one 40 and coda is down to plus one O 5. Me and Kim on Sal bit on koda when it was plus 8 50. So what do you stand to make there? Well, plus 8 50. I stand to make more wager. You put down 10 million $10 million a piece. I want to talk about some of these odds. And you're really good at the Oscar post stuff. And we'll do that after the break. But before we do that, just quickly, so the Oscars really trying to change what they are and try to get more people and doing all these dome gimmicks and it just feels like a car crash in slow motion. Every piece of it, I haven't liked one thing I've read. I think they completely misunderstand what were some of the problems with the Oscars. I actually like the categories. I just think as we talked the last time you were on, like, they needed to add a couple of categories that add a populist flavor, like breakthrough performance. Best, best popcorn movie, or best big budget movie, whatever. Just a couple things where I'm like, oh, here's the category where.
The Big Picture
"koda" Discussed on The Big Picture
"You've made an excellent case for don't look up over the last couple of weeks, so I'll put don't look up. Number 5, west side story I'm putting number 6, but I'm actually looking to see that surge once it starts streaming. Then I'm going to do because I love you and admire you. Licorice pizzas is going to go next. And then I'm going to put, I'm going to put do in which used to be so much higher on my list, but we're going to talk about what happened to the dune surge. And then king Richard the nightmare alley. I really did enjoy ally, honestly. It's very good. It does feel like it came in at number ten and will probably stay at number ten over the course of the next few weeks. But this is interesting what you've done because you make a very strong case for coda. I still don't think koda can win, but if it does win, I think that would be very exciting in some ways. Drive my cars coming to HBO Max on March 2nd as well. So Mark second is a big day. Many people can see west side story and drive my car in a mega 5 and a half hour double bill of film watching. I encourage everyone to do that if they haven't had a chance to see those movies. Yeah. I think this is close to right. Now I think there's a world in which don't look up finishes like 9th because it is so divisive. And the reason that the code case is so strong, I think, to your point, is this is ranked choice voting. And I have not met anyone who's watched koda who said, that movie sucked. No one has said that to me about koda. They've certainly said it about don't look up, they've certainly said it about nightmare alley. You know, some have said it about licorice pizza. That has been a very divisive movie. Some people have even said king Richard is too by the numbers. You know that it is two formulaic to be worthy of this award. Some people have said Belfast is a Roma carbon copy, and so it's not worthy of this conversation. Some people have said The Power of the Dog is really boring. And I didn't want to wait until the end to find out what was really going to happen. Some people have said west side story is a bland remake of a film that we saw 60 years ago. Not saying I said any of these things, but the cases are very strong. The case against drive my car is very clear, either I haven't seen it, which is true for most people, or it's a three hour Japanese film, and so for many viewers it will be impenetrable candidly. Coda doesn't have that. Code is a down the middle, 105 minute movie, the features beautiful singing and a family, learning to love each other even more deeply. So that's not that complicated. Yeah, and I mean, I think that, I mean, I know that you guys have talked about this over the last years, a few years, but ranked voting is such an interesting math game. And yeah, you have to think of it as like, what's the thing that people are the least likely to vote against? And so, you know, again, koda code a supremacy here. So interesting. It would be, wouldn't that be wouldn't that be exciting though? I mean, Jane campaign is going to get her much deserved Oscar..
The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"koda" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"You'll kind of give him this grace period here where he really hasn't looked that good individually, but you can't argue with what the team saw. They still look solid, even in a lot of systems starting to do a lot of the same thing. They do, but they were winning heading into I mean, they were winning before the deadline. I mean, you can't discount that. Yeah, but schroder was inevitably gone, so you need someone to fill that gap. He was. I still, some Celtics fans really fell in love with Richardson. I'm interested to see how people are feeling about him in the comments compared to white individually because that was the real trade off, right? He would have been looking at Richardson as the backup point. My opinion was always catching you. I didn't think Richards, I didn't think white over Richardson made you measurably better. And then you gave up the firsts. I didn't think he was like today on the court. I didn't know. Richardson also fit with what they were doing defensively. He's not the elite defender of the white is, but he was a better shooter and probably a better offensive player. He doesn't move the ball as well as white. There was a trade. I'm just saying if you were to rate the Celtics on a scale of one to a hundred and they were playing it like a 90 prior to the trade. I don't know that night I don't know that white put you more than 90.5, you know? Like versus Richardson. Like I don't know how huge a gap it was going to be if they played the rest of the season out with what they had. So then it just comes down to did you get the thing you needed most, you know? Like what did the team need and that's what's all people are going to always argue here. On nights when they shoot cold, everyone's gonna be like jeez, we need a shooter. We got half the people in the comments saying like I want buddy healed. You didn't nobody you didn't really want buddy heel. Trust me. Trust me. Just wait, some people do, but I mean, you know, when you have buddy healed out there and then he can't guard a freaking person and then, you know, whatever. He has one of his cold nights. You're like, oh my God, why did we grab this guy? But again, I thought Richardson was playing fine. I'm blessing in love with him by any means. I just to justify the trade in the price, you need white to immediately make up a large impact and then sustain it throughout. And he has at times, I just, you know, I want to see more. That's all. Yeah. That debut was really exciting if that's the peak value that you can bring there because he was amazing in that game. Yeah, especially coming right out and doing the things he did on both ends there. It's going to be interesting to see how his role evolves because he still doesn't really seem to know ways doing and what his job is night and night. I'm sorry, email is still trying to figure that out too. He's just kind of a guy who yeah, who is just a ball makes a quick decision and that's it. Yeah, let's talk about one of our sponsors here, koda, koda dalio, new.
"koda" Discussed on Light Hearted
"Lighthearted the official podcast of the united states lighthouse society. My name is jeremy. Dontrelle welcome my co host today. Is sarah mchugh lighthouse. Volunteer and friend the instagram star koda. The lighthouse dog. Hi sarah. Hi jeremy and actually quoted right here with me and he says hello as well okay. We'll have to give koto speaking part next time. That'd be great. Does he speak on command No we could have somebody show up to the door and knock though and we'd probably get a rise out of them okay. We'll have to work on that for next time. Today is october thirty first. Twenty twenty one and this is episode. One forty five of lighthearted happy halloween. Sarah happy halloween any plans. Maybe some trick or treating No i actually worked part time at a brewery.
"koda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Feel good movies of the year? Yeah. What do we got? We have this this, uh it was snapped up at Sundance in February for a record $25 million by Apple Plus And it's a remake remake of a French film. It's called Coda, and it starts Marlee Matlin and Koda stands for Children of deaf adults. And it's about this girl Ruby, who's just beginning to understand like how powerful her singing voices and she's the child. It's such a hilarious people. Both of her parents and her brother are death and their fishing family. And, you know she wants to go to this. His music teacher. She joins choir. He's like, I really think you could get into Berkeley, which is Music Academy in Boston, Okay, and but then she would have to Leave her parents and she's the hearing person. So how does that work? How does that work the obligation and she Things and signs a song that's very near and did her. Did you watch this? Yes. Called both sides. Now Judy Collins at Marlene. Maybe you could find a grant. You just look both sides now Amelia Jones, or look at Koda. But it is. I don't know. I really looked like it was gonna be good. You know the boy, innit? Lorries from Duluth. He talked about him last week is he s okay. He is He kind of looks like our nephew Louis we done okay. So he reminded us, um, both Casey and I were like, Oh, yeah. We watched this on on Saturday night, and I was just like We haven't watched like just a feel good movie in a long time. And it was it was so well done. And how like at one point you know, Ruby takes out her. Ear Bud. She's listening to some music and the noise in her house. Her mom is because they can't hear even no idea what the sound is. So it's really like how we did with the sound of metal. You know, just it was very eye opening, but it is, um Really, really, really sweet movie Both sides now Judy Collins. Correct. Yeah, clouds.
"koda" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Of a lesser God. Our film critic Justin Chang has this review of Kota The title of the new movie, Koda is an acronym for Child of Deaf Adults. Here. It refers to a teenager named Ruby played by a terrific Amelia Chance who's the only hearing member of her close knit family. They run a scrappy fishing business in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and Ruby spends a lot of time helping out joining the family on the water every morning before school and serving as their interpreter. Ruby is also a talented singer and wants to attend music school in Boston. But she worries that her family might not be able to get by without her. And that they'll never understand her love for music. That's a pretty pat irony. But the writer director Sean Hater, seems well aware of it. Cota is an unabashedly formulaic coming of age story. But it uses that formula to show us characters and experiences we seldom see in movies. It's also proved unexpectedly divisive. Rapturously received by many at Sundance for its sweet, heartfelt emotion. It's also been dismissed by others as blend and sentimental. It's been praised for putting a spotlight on deaf characters, but also criticized for putting a hearing character front and center. Not to be too equivocal about it, but I think there's an element of truth to all these arguments. Koda strikes me as both clumsy and lovely. And while I Winston, it's contrivances. It was also undeniably moved by it in ways that caught me off guard. Much of that is due to the actors. Notably, the deaf characters are all played by deaf performers. Thanks to the behind the scenes efforts of the movie is best known actor Marlee Matlin. She plays Ruby's mom, Jackie, while Troy Katsura plays her dad, Frank. They're an endearingly rough around the edges duo with a course sense of humor. But the movie exaggerates for comic effect. Ruby is often embarrassed by their behavior at home and in public. But it's partly their way of showing how unconcerned they are with what others especially hearing people, think of them. Ruby's older brother, Leo, played by Daniel Durant is just as defiant. He hates the ways he and his parents are marginalized for being deaf. And he often resents his younger sister for being their trusted go between Saint Ruby as he calls her. Ruby is pretty tired of it herself, especially when life starts presenting other possibilities. Should begin singing at school and thrives under a teacher who encourages her to apply to Berklee College of Music. And this being a coming of age story. There, of course, has to be a romance with a nice boy in her music class, whom Ruby pairs up with at one point for a duet of You're.
Anything But Idle
"koda" Discussed on Anything But Idle
"Android Telegram is still a better application. You have a dedicated apps across all of their devices. You have all of this You know ability to have channels and groups as well as individual one to one messages. I really liked the way in which telegram and many others signal and otherwise have have created these this apple system. That helps us message. I'm really hopeful that what we see ourselves is just bringing a new protocol that provides end to end encryption for users and it creates a more secure environment for us to be able to communicate. And i hope this becomes a global reach a global protocol that we can all just like i mean the the the signal protocol which has come to what's apple so basically facebook is now utilizing the end to end encrypted protocol from signal and that has become somewhat of a standard protocols kind of the standard barra for if you wanna do eat e e really well then that's what you do. I hope that are really becomes that on the planet all right any other thoughts around this no and i really hope that apple turnaround. Who knows all right. We've got a few announcements gustavo before we close out what our announcements this week so the first announced that we have is samson next galaxy. Unpack is happening online on august eleven. Just you're hearing right. They have called every event this year. Galaxy unpack y but on august twelve. We will have on special event and we are going to Here we saw argo weeks. So so book your calendar for that The next announcer we have is koda race. Hundred million bucks knows one of the the race Serious d for hundred million bucks knows one of the apps ipod on past episode us a new tool weekday. Try to be the whole one place documents really interesting app and finally Google fixed the issue. That was breaking. Chrome os devices. And now you can update and other nat. We have another more news that are going to be on our show notes. And that's all and all alright. We've covered the productivity and technology news and articles for the week. Thank you agosto for joining me this every week. Thank you very much. All right everybody Let us know in..
"koda" Discussed on WTVN
"Almost three years of his 10 year sentence. You're listening. To ABC News boiled. News radio 6 10 W. T V N Columbus City schools. Students need a way to get back and forth to school is the district deals with a shortage of bus drivers? Transportation director pitched putting high schoolers on Koda buses. It's how hundreds of kids already got to school last semester as the district started to bring them back to classrooms. The board president last night explained why the issue got removed from the meeting agenda. This agenda item was pulled because we have a support still questions and have a lot of things to work through. So We do need a lot of ideas from the community. At least one parent complained their child would have to walk more than three miles to get to a coda stop. Dakota says. That would not be the case for most students. It says 98% of high school students live within a mile of a bus stop for Koda. At this point, parents will you're stuck waiting to see what happens with this. A district spokesperson said the board could schedule a special meeting to address the transportation issue. But answers may not come until August, not Long before school starts, ABC six is Mike McCarthy. Columbus City Isn't the only group having trouble finding qualified drivers. It's all across the country, and if you're driving somewhere for the holiday weekend, you may notice some gas stations are out of fuel. We know we're still dealing with the shortage of truck drivers getting gas to places, so there's.
103.5 KISS FM
"koda" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Yes, The Chicago Children's Choir was founded in Chicago's High Park neighborhood in direct response to the civil rights movement in 1956 and Chicago, told car has grown from one choir into a vast network of in school and after school programs impacting the lives of more than 50,000 divers use throughout its 64 year history, and Kota Lewis, who is here with US. Has been a part of program for about 10 years, right, Koda Yes, 10 years. That's an amazing time. I've loved every single year. Amazing. And how has everything been due to the cove in 19 pandemic? How has that changed for you both? Yeah, well, it's Jeff Kota. Go first. Yeah, It's definitely been hard because I'm so used to performing with everyone in person, and I love the form with my choir. But Clark has been a constant in my life for 10 years. I'm so glad that we're able to still think together and find a way to be together even if it's virtual Absolutely. And what about for you as well. For me? It has been a wonderful time to delve deeper into some offerings that we have now launched nationally, our hearts enrichment sessions, You know, despite you know, the geographical about barriers were able to doom into our singer's home, which has been really inspiring and actually, I've been able to get to know them on a more personal level. So we've actually been creating innovative programming on I've just been thrilled with the whole. I mean, despite the pandemic, of course, it has been a wonderful opportunity to deepen our connection with our singers. Right? Absolutely. And I feel like you know, as unfortunate as the Koven 19 pandemic has been and taking a toll on a lot of our everyday activities. I feel like you know you're still able to put this together which is amazing. It is virtual. So.
All Things Considered
Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you
"City, Utah. And because of the pandemic, thousands of film lovers will go to premieres, panels and parties, mostly online. NPR's Mandali Del Barco has this preview. This year's Sundance opens with the premier of the documentary, Summer of Soul or when the Revolution could not be televised. Director Amir Thompson, known as the Musician. Quest, Love presents footage of the 1969 Harlem cultural Festival that has never been seen since. Pressure's lower. Take My hand was Dr King's favorite zone and Sistema Hey, you're Jackson was my idol. She was my hero. I love this. So much listening to singer Mavis Staples praising my Hayley and Jackson is just one highlight of the film. In a normal year. There'd be long lines of festivalgoers standing in the snow to get into theaters to watch. This year films will be screened virtually through especially built online platform, says the festival's new director, Tabatha Jackson. The global pandemic hit And we realized that we had to re imagine everything. Jackson says her team wanted to create a wafer, filmgoers and filmmakers to gather will be able to chat with each other in virtual waiting rooms. Then watch film premieres together before asking questions of the casts and crews, and that's to preserve the energy and the excitement on the buzz and the conversation. In that moment, as we are confined in our Safe spaces. This is an opportunity to go out into the world and be taken around the world by some of these films as an international festival dedicated to independent filmmaking, the Sundance Community prides itself on being a bit scrappy. We're excited. I think this feels like a grand experiment, so people who are they couldn't afford it or couldn't make the journey. Couldn't navigate the icy streets of Park City can now come to Sundance. We're bringing Sundance to them. This year, Half the films at Sundance were directed by people of color as well as by women. Many were shot or finished during the pandemic lockdown. There's even one titled In the same breath about how covert 19 began in Wuhan, China. Many of the doctors said these hospitals must have known this new virus was spreading between people, but they were afraid to say so for fear of punishment from the government. Among the feature films to watch for is Koda, about a hearing girl whose family is deaf, also sons of monarchs, about a Mexican biologist and flee and animated film about an Afghan refugee. Other highlights included documentary about choreographer Alvin Ailey and another about the life and career of actress Rita Moreno. Life can be pressing America what was different about Anita and with side stories that she was a girl who respected herself. Who had a certain amount of dignity. Actually, she became my role model. The festival will also include online panels, meetups concerts and parties, many of them free. There will be virtual spaces for black and Latin. Next creators, and Jackson says festival goers can participate in the new frontier program using Webcams or virtual reality headsets from home, you Congar! Oh, in as an avatar, you can wonder around this incredible space garden. Go to parties, which are where people are going to gather to talk about films. We felt a cinema house in this virtual environment, and there's an extraordinary gallery off new work. The reason I'm so excited about it is because it really is an unusual space in which we can still come together and socialize, and it doesn't feel anything like Zoom. Sundance is also partner with art House cinemas around the country to present some in person events, including at drive in theaters. Manda Little Barco. NPR news.
"koda" Discussed on KCRW
"The saga of the drunken Koda's in the bar, there did seem to be An indication that there was some intoxication in involved in the production of this code program I John talk to is a guy named Stephen Sidley. Stephen Harry. Good, Fine, Thank you. I just wanted to ask you, Stephen said Lee was a recent U. C. L. A grad when he got hired to work at Western Tech. The company was full off a bunch off, crazed, drunk and stoned misfit youth with bare feet and long here and tone, clothes and social awkwardness. And those were the sort of people at the beginning. You were interested in video games there. Shortly after he was hired. Western Tech dumped half finished game in his lap, and I was told to pick up and finish a game that they were writing, which was called Maze at the time and eventually was renamed as in tuned. No manuals, no understanding of how the machine worked. Nobody sitting around me total utter fear. So simply asks one of these hippies around the office, where this code that he's working on came from The following story rolls out. The person who had started the escape. Heads divine this well, drunken stoned in a Mexican bar, drinking tequila to one night. Sidley told Johnny Cook his story. It was also told to Sidley secondhand and we wanted a primary source here. Do you happen to remember the name of the guy who wrote the algorithm? God, I want to say mule, but I may be mixing up with somebody. So no, I don't. I wouldn't fall on my sword about that. You can sometimes get the feeling that the Internet puts like all of the information in the world right at your fingertips, But the Internet can also be like the world's largest haystack. And this.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"koda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Told you soccer of the drunken Koda's in the bar, there did seem to be But an indication that there are some intoxication in involved in the production of this code program I John talk to is a guy named Stephen Sidley comedian Stephen Harry. Good, Fine, Thank you. I just wanted to ask you, Stephen said Lee was a recent U. C. L. A grad when he got hired to work at Western Tech. The company was full off a bunch off, crazed, drunk and stoned misfit youth with bare feet and long hair and told clothes and social awkwardness. And those were the sort of people at the beginning. You were interested in video games there. Shortly after he was hired. Western Tech dumped half finished game in his lap, and I was told to pick up and finish a game that they were writing, which was called Maze at the time and eventually was renamed as in tuned. No manuals, no understanding of how the machine worked. Nobody sitting around me total utter fear. So simply asks one of these hippies around the office, where this code that he's working on came from The following story rolls art. The person who had started the escape. Heads divine this well, drunken stoned in a Mexican bar drinking tequila one night. Sidley told Johnny Cook his story. It was also told to Sidley secondhand and we wanted a primary source here. Do you happen to remember the name of the guy who wrote the algorithm? God, I want to say mule, but I may be mixing up with somebody. So no, I don't. I wouldn't fall on my sword about that. You can sometimes get the feeling that the Internet puts like all of the information in the world right at your fingertips, But the Internet can also be like the world's largest haystack. And this guy Newell turned out to be a needle. We find an interview on an Atari fan site from 2008 with a guy called Paul Alan Newell. He does say that he worked on the entombed May's generation algorithm. So I have to now join an Atari message board and send a message to the guy who did the interview..
Power 106 FM
"koda" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Power mornings here, Donald Trump. I really need your help. Teddy is getting on my last night. So little, Yeah, he tweeted Donald Trump because he's asking for some help He actually tweeted at Donald Trump. My friend called a black deserves to be commuted. The system punished him way too hard for a paperwork. Crime hashtag three Kodak now, a lot of people on Twitter actually asking him. Hey, lo. Yeah. Did you hope for Donald Trump? Because of not that don't ask Compression E. This is awesome. Because of my friend. Teddy was in jail. I'd be asking for you know some help to get him out, too, which is hilarious. Everybody's been making fun of Trump for years. And now you want to solid Now you want a favor? Koda is going to sit for a long time. And he's in there for criminal gun possession, which is that they don't play around Melissa. When? When you get caught, He said it was paperwork. No. Okay, so he lied to get it is still illegal. He okay? He puts that's the gun and legally which is that so? Hold that gonna stay for a minute. Goodfellow Jati man writing for his homie that I expect you to do the same thing. I would, Teddy, I would. Now One thing I'm definitely doing for sure is waiting for Drake to drop his new album. He has been threatening us telling us that it's going to come at the beginning of the year. Well, guess what? Poppy is the beginning of the year. And actually, there was a song that was leaked. Lucky lefty, he said someone was canceled. But I got plans is where my advance to see his ladies this June. July away all the cancer said, Show me your hands. Even if you ain't a cancer dog, your hand cities because most of your cancer risk Michael B. Jordan call you right now. You have surrender. Even if you got a man in love you, you scandalous. You're gonna take the chances. Okay. Drake.