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How Kane Simms Co-Founder of VUX World Got Started in Voice

The Voicebot Podcast

04:16 min | 2 weeks ago

How Kane Simms Co-Founder of VUX World Got Started in Voice

"My first experience with voice. It was in some like early. Twenty seventeen a has. When i i kinda come across alexa. Obviously i knew about siri before that but it never used to work. Didn't understand me. It probably thinks majority as well And so i kind of played around but never really understood. The impact of it are what was actually going on. I just thought it's just the way of control and your phone just media wealth out well and then seen alexa and i thought there was something about it. That was different. Maybe it was because it was a specific device that was purely to be spoken to. Don't know about. I remember seeing it and i remember having thought when i first seen it before realize skills were before i realized what the actual thing was in the first place. I remember thing in. I watched some videos of people talk into it and again the weather on our lawn i thought what would be a. Ms is if you could actually create experiences for this thing. You know like conversation voice based off your experiences up. And and i thought it would almost be like a kind of voice user experience southern and you see where my brain's kind of swirling around with this Interesting and i thought well that must be a thing. And i'm sure that's going to be something so i start going to be able research prod- around the i'm gonna make a podcast on. I'm going to document ma journey through exploring this kind of this technology Saw bartlett eminem. V dot world in june twenty seventeen and had all of these big plans and couldn't find anyone to speak to about him in. The kit was very very kind of like what's going on in the uk. Yeah yeah just tweet. Inland anyone around You could have Maybe oscar jess yeah. I think we're doing something i think. one six nine lobs in germany. Were doing something that point. I think i found their website. Actually and yeah couple of people in in the us. Obviously you know. All kinds of early adopters over there. But i just couldn't. I didn't know what i was searching for. Basically i didn't know what does look for who to do is type. Invoice bought a Ana well you didn't have quite as big conduct search engine presence the puck and you kind of skip voice bought these days of every publication references which which is you know good and softer to the work. You've been doing over the last few years. But yeah i didn't find. I didn't find anything to do with anything back then. And so just sound the idea for. I don't know six months also and regrettably brett. It wasn't voice bought the Found initially it was this week invoice. The patch rival podcast show ever rival. I'm joking i found that and the reason how voice but was because of the voice story of the week. Gotta yeah. Yeah yeah yeah so probably metrics during the acquisition view over there and so i ended up realizing that there was people to speak to connected with broadly. Think account if we connected down on the. I'm not sure. And then i kind of rekindled this idea of casts kicked off regarding some episodes over december launched in january or february was in and go with kind of being gone for two and a half to three years. it's interesting i found is that as i'm learning about this stuff and i stop conduct some skills Say it was basically invulnerable. Because i'm not dave destined does all of that of That kind of plan around. And i realized that there's a whole load of stuff going on that just plays into everything i've done. Basically i used to make music when i was a little bit younger Younger than i am now and so kind of audio production was kind of part of why i used to do when i was a teenager in early twenties on one or two very low budget films and then i kinda went through. A kind of marketing is unique did market in with machen interest for awhile conduct coastal ended up doing user experience design and then consultant around user experience design and freelance ryan on the side and all of a sudden than service design and digital transformation. All the sudden all of these things dot com to join together. You've got the user experience the right in the service design element because i think boys interactions and more like service design than anything else an l. Kinda just come together in a big melting pot and with being kind of kraken on through and we're gonna be minute

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Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals

The Lowe Post

10:15 min | Last month

Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals

"Moments after exciting. One of the best, finals games in recent memory. Game Five Heat Eke Ekit out to live another day and joining Zach tonight now Chris. Bosh. It wasn't quite. Five to Allen for three. It was quite Bosch Talon. But this is up there with one of the biggest heat wins in history I mean. For sure. It's an incredible game. What did you think of it? Man You know I, it is starting to be one of those series that's just kind of grinding to a halt. You thought that was going to happen is not happening. Everything, every player that she thought was going give this particular stat line is not it's not really transpiring right now but I mean, you have to give all credit to the heat and I kept telling people this in all these interviews you know how can get? The Lakers. Over they've got the uniforms on and I just like, okay he don't WanNa be here but let me tell you something. These guys if there's anybody. Who would embrace a difficult situation? It is Erik Spoelstra and Butler seems to really. Thrive off of that and anticipate that. affected. So it's Kinda like a marker will really hard is. Like they say, Oh hey yeah, we're here now. We're supposed to be competing for championship. This is how it's supposed to be. You know is this all about survival now there they've lived to play another day and that's what you gotta do. I think it's time to just acknowledged. Once and for all that, the heat had become a great team you know there was always this question of. Did they benefit from the hiatus hiatus in everything the bubble shake the bucks more than other teams. Did they benefit from hayward getting injured a really good. You. Know this Lakers seem his lost one game in every playoff series. Until now, they have not lost to to a heat team that is missing its leading postseason score until this series Goran dragic that they could started to acknowledge Jimmy Butler. The top ten player. Yeah that'd be we're. GonNa. Have to rearrange the rankings because this dude just put up thirty five, twelve eleven in forty seven minutes forty seven minutes and five and a half whatever it is it's the game you play dull game. Survived forty thirteen seven on fifteen of twenty-one masterpiece from the Brian. James we can talk about the end of the game if you want. Everyone can focus on the end of the game, but the heat put themselves in position to win at the end of the game. Duncan. Robinson was unbelievable. They're shotmaking was outstanding and this team just keeps in with Bam out bio clearly, not one hundred percent missing layups, missing dunks, he can play better he. To acknowledge the heat now are are for real and just like you were saying, they're short handed to. So you know we need to keep that in mind You can only imagine how the series would be a little different Gora was out there and not that he's just going to be that dominating presence, but he gives them another layer. To their attack and you know they have that team cohesion down pack and I mean, I don't really know where the lapses with the Lakers are happening with dunkin' Robinson. He's making them pay every time. I. Mean He's moving himself up into Lee Company every game because you don't expect them the thing you know you don't think he's going to continue to go on the street. He's he's gone on and you'll eventually figure that a veteran is GonNa get into them and just chase him to the bathroom. But but it hasn't happened yet and I mean they're making them pay every single time and. Boy I. Tell You. We'll. We'll see what happens game six. Years especially with a hobbled a little bit man. That's one of the big cities we should probably get to. Well, let's let's talk about the end of the game real quick. Okay. So a Frank Vogel Lakers coach has come out after this game and said that there were bad calls at the end. Jimmy Butler getting to the line I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree he's probably GonNa give find. Lakers lead the Lakers up one. He, ball they run a beautiful fast play for Jimmy Butler gets A. He screwed good play Lebron not. because. Eighty one moving so whilst I foot Lebron on. Screen Lebron and she goes up but Jeff Van Gundy called on the broadcast he he floats see I mean. It in verticality your whole. Career. Frank Vogel helped invent it with Roy but. He floats. He fails right? That's a foul. Yes. Afoul he jumped into them. You know good call by the resident and you have to give you know usually referees are getting tough time I. Think they called a Great Game Day You can always look on both sides and say, well, if an if but if they're even in the game is tied and the players they're the ones who are dictating what happens out there. Hopefully, the game isn't called. You know at the end by you know free throws or anything like that but all. Evenly called Game I. Feel. Throws. Yeah, each team had their opportunities and. Jimmy Man Jimmy Butler man he's he's continuing to do it. Man I gotta I gotta you gotTa give him props he's going to make give him props I. Mean he put them on their own is back in those last minutes. Man I mean, the one leg get he's hidden one legged fadeaway. You know he's hitting the free throws down the stretch to dribble I mean he's He's shoot free throws when you're that exhausted and not just. Did you her second he was going to miss you like just. To, to, of course, you were not you think he's GonNa Miss One because as a player I know how I would feel I'm GonNa Miss One. On. THAT TIRED Like him going over when he was leaned over panting after getting fouled, you know they burned a time out after that but. Just him just still being able to muster up whatever could and having a concentration suppose still had Chris Bosh on his roster. He would have run that play where you went to the back side. And the coroner. You. Come on you. Play for last second shot several times. So okay. So it makes a two free throws come down. They call time out again, Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Call on this game all over this. Danny Green is in the game with a know Dunkin Robinson's on Danny Green. They know that they're going to run the screen to try to force Dunkin Robinson they know there's going to be a double with Lebron that's exactly what happens Lebron Drives Zach he drives into a crowd. There's three is three and a half guys there. He makes the basketball play Chris Bosh, which he is made for fifteen years since he's been starting to the playoffs, throws it to the Open Guy Danny. Green is a thirty eight percent three point shooter from that spot according to second spectrum is wide open. So I'll I'll throw them another couple of percentage points. And he missed it. Well I know Danny wants that one back. you know he made the right play it was a crowd I. I think he had the mentality to say, you're not going to beat us. We're sending everything in the kitchen saying and we're just going to close the shooters. They got the play that they were looking for. It was a tremendous play Danny Green slipped out. You kinda tell that the heat we're anticipating that play. Brahms. So able to make a very decent pass out the Danny grains got he got his hands on he stepped right into it. Any other time nine times out of ten he'll make that shot. You know he missed it what the interesting thing was on the rebound market Moore's he had plenty of time and he kind of made a quick decision Brian, opened on the right wing, which is always easy to say a new usually. Yeah. You throw it to ad but he had another big on you know and that was just man I was a tough light. It was very tough sequence. Watching film you. In it again now. You. Know Marquee Foucault Danny Green like he just handed the ball to hand off again Danny was right there funny though when he's when you through the LOB. Through. It I looked under the Rim I saw a d. and I thought again the balls just hand in mid Air I thought okay. I hate that decision because ad Mike, I'm putting the referees in play a little bit their down one, and then of course, the pass was that not an accurate he choked right let's just say. I'm not saying I would say that to mark keeps face in this moment. Do not say that Bryant don't say that. He. What do you WanNa say it's choked. Well he also as you pointed out before we started, you know they were setting the screen it they set for Jimmy on the on the go ahead. Free throws a flat screen by crowder and the flat screen is designed. You know Chris knows when your face in half court, it's designed to make defense. Gessler. Like which way to go, but it is an which wishing the pick he went he went from an angle to switching to the flat. kind of this weird in between space and if you don't, if if you're not demonstrative about your coverage, you'll get exploited

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Kim Cattrall, actress and producer: I have self worth. And Im expensive.

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:11 min | 2 months ago

Kim Cattrall, actress and producer: I have self worth. And Im expensive.

"CAM drawl joins us on skimmed from the couch. She needs no introduction we are geeking out, but we will introduce her anyway she is a Golden Globe winning actress and producer you know her from her role as Samantha Jones on sex in the city and. She's The star and producer of the new series filthy rich on Fox which premieres on September twenty. First, we are so excited because we need some new shows in this Cogan, Environment Kim. Thank you so much for joining us today. welcomed the skimmed from the couch. Thank you for inviting man. It's good to be here. I will just say I'm geeking out 'cause I've loved you since Mannequin. So this is just So we're going to start the first question. We ask every guest, which is skim your resume for us. Oh my gosh. You know when I first started as an actress I was desperate to get credits and now I'm trying to eliminate. Oh well, you know they say don't have any regrets and I don't because even from jobs that I didn't particularly feel good about in retrospect I learned something it starts off with, of course, theater credits and commercial credits I remember getting a job on a lob laws commercial this Toronto. Before I came to the United States studied in the United States but then I went back up to Canada. And I had a clerk in a grocery store and William Shatner, he was sort of the MC selling the product and years. Later when I did a star trek movie with him, I said I. I, know you definitely don't recognize me I was shocked in. Clerk. Needless to say that's not on my resume anymore but. At the time I was doing a lunch hour theatre Gig you know and was making about one, hundred, fifty dollars every two weeks. So those those little jobs meant so much because I could I could keep in the theater I keep working as an actress and I was very grateful and when I brought it up, he simply smiled and said I don't remember. At least he was on. Yeah. So walk us through what was your big break? How did you go from the shopping clerk to being able to pick and choose what credits you have I did a show called scruples. First of all, I did a Columbo episode, which was kind of it was the hot hot show to to watch never mind beyond and they were waiting for another actress who just had dates and I was there I was told later on I was the first choice but they wanted to have some unknown entity is as an actor as one of the guest stars. And it was a really fun little role on this sort of passionate young girl who was in love with his older man. In a she was kind of nympheas but was very soulful. I got that job and Dan they were auditioning for this movie called scruples and that was really got everybody excited. It was based on a judith krantz novel was very soapy and fun and passionate. Packed with all kinds of wonderful personalities and actors and it was about Beverly Hills and it was we shot in nineteen seventy nine even before the glove, the eighties and more is more I played this kind of trouble Starlit who is bisexual and not that they really touched on that. You know very gingerly of course at the time, but it introduced me to a different level of just struggling and making due to being brought in the room because I had done that and and people like what I've done. So that was a marked difference, and then shortly after that, I did have a film called tribute and ticket to heaven and a lot of sort of films. What's one thing that we can't Google about you there's so much out there. But like what's the one thing that people would be surprised to know I think one of the things that people are surprised to know very recently is that I I am now an American citizen I think a lot of people associate associate me with being American and being a New Yorker of course, but I have just taken the plunge. So I can vote

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Novak Djokovic disqualified from US Open 2020

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:12 min | 3 months ago

Novak Djokovic disqualified from US Open 2020

"Novak Djokovic James was disqualified from the US Open which is great for Dennis. Chef of all by the way, he was going to win we all know that but he's disqualified. Basically between points he's wandering. I guess kind of in the middle of the court and he kinda lobs the ball at the line judge the way you might if a ballboy was looking and you lob it at them, he probably hit a little harder but the line judge wasn't looking because you this just in you don't throw the tennis ball at the line. And she looked like she took it in the throat. And went down. She could not continue and because of that, he was disqualified from the US Open for that. You could see right away it was totally accidental. But what did you think of the whole thing should have been disqualified? Well if you read the rule. Right, if you're the which they've been showing for frigging every ten minutes for since it happened. Okay. It's it's pretty clear. What he did would would be would be breaking that rule. Okay it's kind of like. I don't have it in front of me but you may be able to pull up you may not, but it's kind of like. You know you're in charge of your own stick right in hockey, and if you're still goes up and you clip a guy in the forehead unintentionally, right? You're going to get penalized. Okay. And that rule is you have to be in control of your own stick whether it's accidental or not. If if you if you hit a guy, it's high sticking tie sticking and maybe more if you cut the. I think this rule in tennis reads the same way I didn't think it rose to the level of being kicked out. Did you. Know I didn't ask for a couple of reasons. One is he wasn't trying to do that. It's not as lined up here. He's got his sights and drilled the ball. At the line judge, make sure you understand here there's not a ballboy here he hit a line judge right Yup ballboy would probably be different right for the obvious reasons the ball boy would be ready there have to be ready at all times to. Give balls, and whereas the line judge might just be sort refocusing and you know they can take rest for a moment they may not be looking at the player. And it was a line drive. Okay, you came off his racket. Well it didn't bounce. It didn't bounce. He didn't lob it up in the Air Steve He. Say Line drive don't be confused. It was like one hundred miles an hour buddy. He's sort of pissed too. took the ball whacked it and it and it hit her on the fly in the throat. Wasn't intentional not at all. So when you see that, I'm like come on the guy, the guy didn't mean it. You know. So. That's you know that's a bit of a drag their. Okay. But back to the hockey roll like there's lots of penalties where you don't mean it. and it happens well, the broadcasters at the time they they actually had the they basically could hear a bit of the conversation. Between the officials and Jovic and one of the announcers said he believes that they had said part of the decision to have him disqualified was because the line judge could not continue right and. I honestly looked at that and maybe I I don't I don't want to be taken emails and an angry calls and things like that but it's a tennis ball. Am I look at the speed of that tennis ball? That's not exactly one where I'll be sending a card praying that she survives like that's that did not look like it hit particularly hard. That's just me eyeballing and give an opinion. But. We shall see. I agree she could've continued. If I had to you know I looked at her I I don't think he was faking I think she was surprised. But it looked. Real God her her her corner would come screaming but it looked a little over the top. Okay. Role Lawyers Up. Yeah. I don't know

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Dozens arrested as protests turn violent in Portland

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Dozens arrested as protests turn violent in Portland

"Turning now to the growing violence in Portland Oregon, where during its one hundred first night of demonstrations, protesters, lobbed fireworks, and then homemade firebombs at police. One protester caught on fire after running through the flames. Police made dozens of arrests and confiscated weapons in the city is now bracing for more protests tomorrow when several pro trump rallies plant ABC's Matt Guffman is on the ground for us in Portland. Tonight. Spiraling to. The hundred and first night of protests open he spasm of violence. Gasoline bombs tossed it right police and fire crackers rocketing officers at point blank range. Protests engulfed in one of those gasoline fires demonstrators struggling to put him out as you rolled on the pavement overnight those demonstrations targeting a police precinct. It was immediately declared a riot. Police with that bull rush. Up in the stampede on T. knocked over. Police then drowning street and tear gas to try to clear the crown the pop enough tear gas like Whoa could see the arcs of tear gas in the air that's going to be really bad at about five seconds we're going to get out of here. See that cloud of yellow mustard smoke? The entire quarter here was lit up men extending to those hit with gas. This morning police announcing more than fifty arrests. It's one of the highest numbers since protests began and they released pictures of knives, rocks, explosive devices in body armor. They say they seized from protesters. Portland remains a tinderbox right wing protesters many heavily armed holding a memorial for Aaron. J Danielson allegedly gunned down by anti-fascist Michael Rhino during protests last week right himself was killed by police on Thursday when police tried to arrest him for murder.

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Riot declared in Portland after fire set at police union building

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Riot declared in Portland after fire set at police union building

"Get into his car after police say he tried to interfere in the domestic violence arrest. Blake is hospitalized, now listed in stable condition, his family urging that the protests remain peaceful. Police lobbed tear gas again at protesters in Portland overnight after clearing their gathering to be a riot, the police union building in a residential neighborhood was set on fire. According to Portland police the U. S Centers for Disease

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Mitchell scores 51 points, Jazz beat Nuggets for 3-1 lead

Boomer & Gio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Mitchell scores 51 points, Jazz beat Nuggets for 3-1 lead

"Mentioned Donovan Mitchell. He joined some elite company last night and hang hanging there with this one because it's pretty long lobs topped the Donovan millsap comes to close Cantata. Get a little sweet revenge on the same play five on the clock. Donovan through the legs rise fire three sweet revenge talk now Paul Millsap Talk. Now, what are you gotta say that's a three rail Paul Donovan Mitchell. You are something else forty, six, the kid. Talk to me says, Donovan don't talk to me. Fired up David Locke on jazz radio taking it personally I guess fifty one points seven assists for Mitchell sending Utah Pass the nuggets one, twenty, nine and one, twenty, seven, the jazz now up three games to one and Mitchell joins Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson. The only players in league history to record multiple fifty point efforts in the same seven game series.

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Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

Dose of Leadership

05:09 min | 3 months ago

Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

"Admit. It's an honor to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of Leadership A. Thank you for having me man I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me I'm always grateful when people listen to. Say Yeah well, you you're when I get a lot of requests for people to come on this show your stood out to me again I I. Love you know everybody loves a great story of how you got to this point. I mean you're relatively young young man but you've experienced a lot of life in your your your youthful years. I think you probably more lifetimes than than most of us I mean, I think even when I was reading your bio on your website you. Like in your fourth incarnation of your life. You know what was funny somewhat off topic but about that bio I have found that when you get. Good people around you in terms of like their skill and ability, it tends to a lets you focus on what you're google? And and this website is it sounds you know to buy this very new production. He have like three, hundred, sixty, five days ago that website look completely different and we put a lot of time into redesign it and making it more friendly more for conversion Cetera et. CETERA. One of the things we did not have was bio and and I'm I'm lazy man like. ME Rather. I don't like to put the star of energy and things some towns and I'm working on the air and the guy who works on my website very smart. God's got a lot of insight both both technically and socially you know put together a bio didn't give me guidance asset, right? How long would it be goes lungs you want it. So I got to writing and I said, well, what am I good at I? Think I'm GonNa Communication I think that's why in teaching spinning these stories, these words. So as it, what's the best way to describe my life because I become aware of light you gotta sound different you can't only your house right and I said Okay I always tell people and I I do I've lived A different experiences that that are so different that you don't hear. From them in the same person. And from each of those, you know with with the blessing, the realism blessing I have control over it and slut how my brain works out how I like to take lessons learned from beings and really. Sit In dive deep gets some afflictions of my life. That's where that came from the four lobs and related for major lessons that I've learned moving through them, and in really continues to give me a great advantage today I. Think makes me more label gives me a different different ways to enjoy 'em relate to the worth. Yeah. No there's a level of authenticity there and I think that's what stood out to me when I was. Again. Get I probably get thirty to fifty pitches a day for people to come on in your stood out because it does seem like there. I don't know what it is. I can't even articulate it, but there seems to be a level of. Authenticity around you you seem to be I don't know if you're intentional about it or not, but it seems you seem very authentic and I. I think you know. Someone actually asked me that last night and what I realized is that. In terms of the intention. Of versus not being intentional manufacturer versions spontaneous or whatever What what I think is occurring is that right I I don't have many natural talents. One of them is teaching I think I have a combination of the patients versus the ability to kind of reverse engineer not be struck on a carson knowledge etc autos things together make you agree teacher and communication and I understand that for me to be successful with what I want to do with how to be I can't ever let myself getting a position where who I am comes into question. Yeah. So that automatically. For moves strongly disincentivize is a false presentation. So. All that leaves us for me to be myself and and fortunately I've lived in such a way to myself is not a bad guy. He's not a dull guy. I understand that by being honest with moderns about everything I've gone through I can affect the bigger change it does no good if I tell a Guy You know don't drink alcohol for. Bad for you or something like that. It's a lot of course a lot more back in you know discuss my troubles to the point where you know so. The book about it many articles website about it. If there's a commercial angry I'm out of four, I need to be able to eat. into you to do this. But I'm lucky in that I don't have to put such emphasis on the commercial because the life itself is the work it's it's the art. Now like in many ways, I tell people in the art and artists not a businessman.

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Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

Dose of Leadership

05:09 min | 3 months ago

Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

"Admit. It's an honor to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of Leadership A. Thank you for having me man I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me I'm always grateful when people listen to. Say Yeah well, you you're when I get a lot of requests for people to come on this show your stood out to me again I I. Love you know everybody loves a great story of how you got to this point. I mean you're relatively young young man but you've experienced a lot of life in your your your youthful years. I think you probably more lifetimes than than most of us I mean, I think even when I was reading your bio on your website you. Like in your fourth incarnation of your life. You know what was funny somewhat off topic but about that bio I have found that when you get. Good people around you in terms of like their skill and ability, it tends to a lets you focus on what you're google? And and this website is it sounds you know to buy this very new production. He have like three, hundred, sixty, five days ago that website look completely different and we put a lot of time into redesign it and making it more friendly more for conversion Cetera et. CETERA. One of the things we did not have was bio and and I'm I'm lazy man like. ME Rather. I don't like to put the star of energy and things some towns and I'm working on the air and the guy who works on my website very smart. God's got a lot of insight both both technically and socially you know put together a bio didn't give me guidance asset, right? How long would it be goes lungs you want it. So I got to writing and I said, well, what am I good at I? Think I'm GonNa Communication I think that's why in teaching spinning these stories, these words. So as it, what's the best way to describe my life because I become aware of light you gotta sound different you can't only your house right and I said Okay I always tell people and I I do I've lived A different experiences that that are so different that you don't hear. From them in the same person. And from each of those, you know with with the blessing, the realism blessing I have control over it and slut how my brain works out how I like to take lessons learned from beings and really. Sit In dive deep gets some afflictions of my life. That's where that came from the four lobs and related for major lessons that I've learned moving through them, and in really continues to give me a great advantage today I. Think makes me more label gives me a different different ways to enjoy 'em relate to the worth. Yeah. No there's a level of authenticity there and I think that's what stood out to me when I was. Again. Get I probably get thirty to fifty pitches a day for people to come on in your stood out because it does seem like there. I don't know what it is. I can't even articulate it, but there seems to be a level of. Authenticity around you you seem to be I don't know if you're intentional about it or not, but it seems you seem very authentic and I. I think you know. Someone actually asked me that last night and what I realized is that. In terms of the intention. Of versus not being intentional manufacturer versions spontaneous or whatever What what I think is occurring is that right I I don't have many natural talents. One of them is teaching I think I have a combination of the patients versus the ability to kind of reverse engineer not be struck on a carson knowledge etc autos things together make you agree teacher and communication and I understand that for me to be successful with what I want to do with how to be I can't ever let myself getting a position where who I am comes into question. Yeah. So that automatically. For moves strongly disincentivize is a false presentation. So. All that leaves us for me to be myself and and fortunately I've lived in such a way to myself is not a bad guy. He's not a dull guy. I understand that by being honest with moderns about everything I've gone through I can affect the bigger change it does no good if I tell a Guy You know don't drink alcohol for. Bad for you or something like that. It's a lot of course a lot more back in you know discuss my troubles to the point where you know so. The book about it many articles website about it. If there's a commercial angry I'm out of four, I need to be able to eat. into you to do this. But I'm lucky in that I don't have to put such emphasis on the commercial because the life itself is the work it's it's the art. Now like in many ways, I tell people in the art and artists not a businessman.

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Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

Hard Factor

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

"Republican Louie Gohmert? Who sounds like? He's falling asleep while reading trump's twitter timeline when he talks found out on Wednesday morning that he couldn't fly to Texas with President trump because. He's got corona vox get tested whenever you go to the White House. If, you're getting in fifty feet of trump began testing. Who did he talk to were very welcoming people with coronavirus down here in Texas we the more the Merrier. Well I mean he is Texas rap he was trying to come home, but he had already caught that. DC. Corona before he could get on the flight. So not only does Louie Louie. Gohmert have have cove it. He also had previously refused to wear masks unless he got cova saying that was useless presumably, and that's a shame because the day before his positive test result when he was probably already positive with covid. And he still wasn't wearing a mask when he was talking with Ag bar in the hearing room. So Gomez smells just us just just trying to infect the attorney general right before you lob softball questions to bar is sleepy Texas draw while bar like vigorously rubbed his freshly Kuroda infected hands all over his face. Gohmert, pile just an all time bonehead. Taking it to the unreal Gohmert. Easily as the CREEPIEST press photo I've ever seen in my life I. Think he drew. Or Eight termer, your congressman and. East Texas, you might want to reconsider that taking it to the Internet Louie gohmert piles, doing zoom interviews Galore trying to blame his corona infection on the fact that he had caved and just recently started to wear a mask in the last ten days instead that that is probably what gave him the virus when he was touching his mask. So apparently. From being. Exactly like what a Gomer pyle. This guy should have been wearing a mask a long time ago. Yes. Gomer Pyle yeah. He He went from being a complete fucking imbecile the day before when he was trying to infect the G. to the world's foremost Dr overnight if discovering that, you can give yourself corona through your mascots pretty incredible stuff bill bar supposedly had a corona virus tests on Wednesday hopefully, he doesn't get it because the like half the combined I q of the gop would be mortal danger. But at the time of this recording, the DOJ had declined to say if bar tested positive or not or if he plans to quarantine, they just said that he had been tested so. Like just all time stupidity from Lower Gohmert pile representative from

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No Look Pass

Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis

02:46 min | 4 months ago

No Look Pass

"The NBA Wmba seasons have started back up I've only caught one game so far, but like many basketball fans I'm looking forward to the tempo and intensity. This season will brink. It's a lot more on the line. Players are bringing that to the game. Don't get me wrong. I'm looking forward to some highlights to Dunks, lobs crossovers, but is something about that. No look pass that true finesse to the gain. Some of the greatest. No look passes of all time. John Stockton Steve Nash Steph Curry Arguably. Rajon, Rondo Carl Malone. It's nothing like seeing a player in all confidence. Take that ball up the court. Drive into the paint in dish it off with a no look. Pass finished the player scores. In the NBA Dunks are expected, but is that no look pass that catches you off guard, which is why many have not mastered it. Two things have to happen at were four. No look pass to occur successfully. Fars the passer has to have foresight as to where the recipient will be. This is what makes the no look. Pass so smooth is just not the no look, but it's the no look with the understanding and awareness of where the recipient is going. The recipient must be ready. This can go either two ways. They can catch it or they don't, and they don't. is nothing short of a disappointment, because if caught ninety percent of the time is buckets. The second thing that must happen in order for the no look pass to be successful. The player has to be emotion. When you're in motion, you're not stopped or stationary. There's momentum being exerted. And, being emotion requires you to stay focused on what's in front of you while also anticipating what's coming at you and for the big man holding down the paint? This is not easy. These guys are huge six foot eight seven feet now is one thing to run the baseline, but a completely different one to run the court trail the pain, not clobbering the man in front of you while possibly anticipating a quick dish. From the point, Guard So many factors to account for in a lot of trust going on there. Is Not easy, even though it looks easy, you may be saying tiffany. How does this apply to me? I don't play basketball. You're right, but you might be working two jobs to make ends meet or staying at home, juggling the demands of your kids or carrying the load of school. Whatever it is, keep going stay emotion. God the Ultimate Point Guard sees it all in every now and then. He might throw you a no look pass. Will you be ready.

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Finding Your Compassionate Heart

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

04:42 min | 4 months ago

Finding Your Compassionate Heart

"Hello I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. Collection of actions you can do now during this time of change to make tomorrow better. To name one to to take a moment to nurture your heart. The ideal state of heart, which is your emotional core. Is Loving and compassionate. This isn't just spiritual idea. When you're saying by love and feel compassion for others. You become part of a constant give and take. The physiologists who call a feedback loop? That goes from your heart to every cell in your body. To everyone you in gone to. We've all been taught since childhood. That love is like a gift that someone else bestows. Anew. And only if you find this magical person, you will be happy. But self care has entered our lives in recent years. Ceska gives you the responsibility to create the wellness you want to enjoy for the rest of your life. No one else can do it for you. and. Months you really catch on says is a wonderful discovery. Why Linger in hope that someone else will make you better happier and more fulfilled. Those things come to only when you enter the process of giving and receiving. Then you'll find that people are source love and compassion because you're radiating those qualities. This is a case where suffering in silence doesn't work. nordisk complaining in matters of the heart, the squeaky wheel doesn't get the grease. The key to filling your heart with love and compassion is to make these your personal goals which you will attain on your own non just healing but a sense of personal power will come to you. What you can do today and every day. is to mind yourself that love and compassion are already dead and sparked of your inner life. Once you're done listening, take out a piece of paper. Take a moment to quite time alone and put your attention on your heart. Think of loving image or memory and write down. Continue to meditate on these lobbing images and memories until you're feeling of love really deepens. Don't force things and don't mind if your attention wanders. Just bring it back to the people you love. And they don't have to be real even characters in books and movies generate love. So do beloved pets whose love is often the purest and most innocent anyone experiences. As, you have this experience of love in your heart, give it to yourself. There did expand to fill your body in a flow of lights warm affectionate sensation. You will feel light and luminous everywhere. Because, you're actually experiencing your hearts most natural state. It takes effort and years a bad feeling to harden your heart. The, heart resist this hardening and takes every opportunity. To return to a soft open. Loving. That's why many people including the normally tough-minded. Feel it is safe to grind dark of a movie theater where no one is watching or observing you. The second part of the experience is to find compassion in your heart. which begins with kindness. When you seen the news or in your daily life someone who is suffering. Take a moment and let your heart go out to them. Don't dwell on the sadness and suffering. Instead, see this person with kindness. Let Yourself, understand and empathize. Ask yourself how you can help and be a part of healing the situation either through direct actions in the moment support from a distance through financial support. Or lending your voice to others. If you practice every day at feeling love and compassion in a heart, a change will occur. Instead of experiencing love and compassion privately. which for almost everyone safer than reaching out, you will meet a moment when very naturally, you will say or do something that gives you love and kindness to someone else. That this overflow arrive on its own. Just had the intention. Once you feel safe enough to be a source of loving compassion for others.

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Trump slaps sanctions on officials at international court that prosecutes war crimes, genocide

Charlie Brennan

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Trump slaps sanctions on officials at international court that prosecutes war crimes, genocide

"Donald Trump has lobbed a broadside attack against the international criminal court he's authorizing economic sanctions and travel restrictions against court workers directly involved investigating American troops and intelligence officials for possible war crimes in Afghanistan without US consent the executive order trump signed today marks is it ministrations latest attack against international organizations treaties and agreements that do not hit here two hits policies a senior administration official who was not authorized to discuss the order spoke on condition of anonymity to the A. P. and said the ICC investigation violates national sovereignty alleged that Russia may be encouraging allegations against U. S.

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"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:51 min | 6 months ago

"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Behind you all the way. Let's talk about the game. Because you were at the game. Your story is about the game I remember in the moment watching it. With a allegedly with money on the line although I haven't paid my dues on this feeling. It's one of the all-time sky is falling, and you can't do anything about it games. It just keeps. They keep missing the Lakers. Keep making plays, and it begins to just feel once it just be it like it's all cascading. Everything is falling apart. And watching it again in preparation for this, it still feels that way and Steve Smith has a quote about I. Don't know if it's or the other one where he's like, we could have just taken shot clock visions, and it would have just been about the same in terms of how are they ms thirteen th straight shots all that what stuck out to you about either either watching the fourth quarter it now all these years later or talking to the blazers or the Lakers about? How what the Hell happened here? On the blazers side of it, there is no one thing to point to and the interesting thing about the way the blazers see this game all these years later. Dunleavy as we said has examined it down to the tiniest detail and says. I didn't do I don't think I did anything wrong like he's. He's confident in every decision he made. He feels really good about the way he coached that game. The players say we got good shots. We just missed them. And I think for the most part you can look at that and say that, although all come back to that one in a second. The players all feel like. We didn't do anything wrong. It's not like we started like kicking the ball into the third row. The just couldn't make shots anymore, and it's not like I think maybe the LAKER defense may be turned up a little bit. I don't know how you gauge that. It didn't look substantially different than in the third quarter to me in terms of that part of it. But the Laker role players really played a huge role, and there's a point there were shacking Kobe combined for like eight straight points or something for the Lakers, but before that it's know Brian Shaw hitting a couple of threes and Robert Ory, hitting a three point Robert Ory gets his own rebound dribbles out in his very. It's a very Robert Ory play casually. These policies and are these plays, and if you're a blazers fan. The Shaw Bradshaw banks in three at the end of the third quarter to pull the Lakers within twelve there and it's just. It's just one of those every game like this has a shot like that. Like the Clippers rockets come back from two thousand fifteen as the Josh Smith Corey brewer random freezers always just like stuff that what had happened. You're like Ooh, that one that seems bad and the Orient is. Shack is just so big that it takes to the blazers to try to box him out on that play, and they can't corral the rebound in Bounces to Robert Ory. Who just dribbles backward and shoots a three and you're like well okay? I, guess I guess those are the ones that stuck out to me like those are. The kicks in the balls if you're Portland. Those shots, yeah. But it is funny that way the blazers view it themselves or not view it because they refused of you decide from Mike. Dunleavy is that. They they really don't have some major. Regret it. Scottie Pippen was the only one and Scotty was the. He was the one to say this, and it was interesting as another piece of Scotties. Quote that I did not get chance to use but. Scotty was the one who said we weren't getting the right shots and everybody else says we got good shots just missed them. Even when I asked, did you get tight? That's the obvious. Question. Did you guys get up tight? Did you start to feel the pressure the the moment? And they don't even feel that. They don't even say that now I would say that there are some shots that maybe look a little rushed. A couple of threes in particular, a couple of deep this narrow when the mid range was fine, but there are some x sixty eighteen footers in there. That looked like maybe they could have worked for a better shot. Nobody could stop Rasheed going inside as we were talking about earlier, so maybe they should have been. More for Scotty posts posts Rasheed post-ups body like in the post. The Lakers had a very difficult time with those guys and. But that's that's. That's not the way it unfolded so Scott. He's the only one who said we didn't get the right shots into him. That was an indication of among other things. We hadn't been together that long Scotty Steve. Smith Daedalus shrimp had all been brought in the prior Somerset's their first year together with this group You got the holdovers in Stoudamire and a young bonds and an older. Visa Bonus and Scotty just felt like you know. Maybe the the chemistry and the trust wasn't there especially for a game seven on the road and he said. Like scotties view where they lost this. Was Not, getting home court advantage, there tied on February twenty second or something that they play in Portland. Game between them the Lakers win that and they go on to storm down the stretch of the season while the blazers go like five hundred or something, and that's the difference in their records, the Lakers and up with home court. It matters and game seven. Scotty thinks if it's at the rose. Garden, they win it and another another parallel with the ninety eight Pacers because Larry Bird on the first day of training camp. Tells the team. We have to have game seven at home against the Bulls First Day camp says Gumbo one goal this season. We've gotta get the number one seed, because if we played Chicago and game seven, it has to be in Indiana, and they don't get the number one seed in the Games in Chicago when they lose the other funny thing about. The Scottie. Pippen Elements Zach So. The Lakers had wanted to acquire him. The Blazers get him. And Well Phil Scotty. You're obviously fond of each other. Phyllis fill, so he's trying to tweak him in the lead up to that series, if I'm recalling correctly like he kept saying Scotty S to lead them if he doesn't lead them, they're not getting anywhere I. Think he's trying to totally trying to beat them and put this this autumn Scotty told me. That you know we were really well prepared because I knew everything Phil was doing I, knew his offense. I knew like we had I had. These guys trained essentially, but when it came down to the leadership that fourth quarter. This this this leadership idea when asked any of them about well, who was the leader team who who should have bailed? You guys out? Who Saves you from the Super? Vents this from happening? WHO's your go to guy? WHO's the heart of your team? And I got all these different answers from all the different blazers and. What Scotty eventually end up saying this is a quote that did not make the story was. I felt like it was just my first year there and so here he was with his six championship rings, and this off from the Bulls Dynasty. He didn't feel like he was the one who was going to make demands of these guys. Yes, he told them what they should do. In terms of defending against the triangle. But he he said to me that he he really didn't feel like he could put an imprint leadership. Why wouldn't he couldn't really speak up and be the one to pull guys along or get them in line?.

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"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Exchanges to, but. The other reason is the kings rise up. and become the Lakers sort of a short term rival in absolute. Classic Playoff Series in obviously very controversial playoff series in two thousand two. And then the team that sort of is hovering around that discussion and outlasts all of them is the Spurs, and what's interesting about this season two thousand one you wrote about? It's the only season six years that the Lakers and Spurs did not meet in the playoffs ninety nine is the sweep, and then every year from every year in the three peat, and then the point four shot. And then the year the Spurs went in two thousand three, so every year from two thousand and two thousand and four five years. They meet in the playoffs. This is the gap year and the year. People forget this. It's the year when Dunkin is dispersed. Sit Dunkin from the playoffs Dunkin gets injured at the end of the season. I think he has a meniscus tear. Tear wants to come back working comeback. Papa subsquently said Yeah. We thought about it. We actually don't know we made the right call. We hope we did for his. We think in retrospect we did for his longevity, so the spurs sort of vanish off the face of the earth for this particular playoffs, other than that the Spurs and the Lakers I love that rivalry. It feels like there's not. That rivalry to meet five out of six years in the playoffs is really rare an awesome and yet it doesn't feel like we talk about that rivalry enough and I'm not quite sure why that is, but this was. This was the year they didn't. This was the only year they didn't meet and I think one of the. One of the missing questions about that playoff run for the Lakers is is boy would have liked to have seen a rematch of that of that sweep in all those storylines colliding. I think this is the spurs the sons that year with Dunkin a guy believe. They got swept or maybe one one game they got hammered swept by this. So it's. It's funny, too, because even with the Lakers when I asked them. You know. Where did this blazers team? Two thousand rank of all the teams that you guys had to go through in a three peat. And a lot of them said they were the best team, or it was maybe a really thin separation between them, and the two thousand and two kings, and nobody mentioned the spurs at all, and then when I put it in a different way to shack, and asked about toughest team, and he says yes, they were the toughest micro tougher tougher than the Spurs and said Yeah. It's like it's weird that the Lakers don't go out of. Them. I think it feels like they never met at the peak of their powers together. Well input in two thousand one, which is the Lakers title and the one where they just big fifteen and one in the playoffs in just APPs obliterate everything in their path. They face each other in the Western Conference finals at your, I, it's the only time they face each other in the conference finals and the Lakers. To say that they. Returned the humiliation from nineteen ninety nine onto the spurs is actually putting gently they run over the spurs like a mack truck, and like the scores of the last two games. It's like one eleven to seventy, and like one ten to seventy. I mean they just. Absolutely. I don't even know what the right word is. They just run them over like a mack truck, and like to to look at those score I. Mean I remember those games? I remember that particular. Lakers team in two thousand one the second title team feeling. Utterly indestructible, but to look at those scores and see Tim Duncan team losing by that many points and getting swept is like Oh my God. Yeah and the the Spurs. You know that's still so it's it's. We Got Duncan and Robinson together but perimeter wise. They don't have have the weapons and. Honestly hard for me to remember back to how those series unfolded, but Duncan and Robinson together. Of course, that's A. that's a tough of big Montana. Shack is going to. Win a fifty eight win team that the Lakers squash like fifteen when team. And that was when the? Year where you could say. The Lakers were truly dominance in the playoffs. They always played with fire all the time. Play with fire, the two thousand postseason they played with fire in two, thousand and two. And you know as great as they were in the in the abstract or in the in the totality of their run. It's you know they did they just had. There were just some weird glitches with those laker teams and you know. The Spurs. Spurs should should rate a higher. A higher number in this whole pecking order of of their rivals, for then and I think in the again in the totality of it, and if you take the entire, Shack Kobe run from ninety six sto for the Spurs stands the biggest rival. In terms of number of times met and some key moments, but somehow the kings and Blazers, I just think the nature of a seven game series, and how testy though series got and how close those teams were to keeping them from the finals. In the last possible moment I, think just somehow stand out more and the Lakers in four, the Spurs series of the five or second round series, which is sort of. Less memorable less fewer is on it than when there's only one game night and it's an it's you know a birth at the finals. is at stake here. You've made this point very artfully. Many times that like the Lakers. Three P. did but two of them were really really fragile, and on the brink of like they're they're. They're very close to winning only one title in three years, which would be perceived as disappointment. But they do win. All three and I think the nature of basketball. You know when these superstar teams get together. We all every the the all. They're unbeatable. They've joined up. The odds are unfair, and yes, when the superstars join up they generally are going to contend for titles for a long time. There are twenty five other teams we can't win and all that but to actually win in the end to be the last team..

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"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:43 min | 6 months ago

"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Several years had already been to the finals with Orlando and here he is paired up with this young phenom and Kobe and he's playing for the Lakers and expectations are through the roof for for you know used to say back in the day he goes. You know I know what it's going to be if we lose. I, it's going to be an remember. It was I mean, and then del or I delvin me or whatever, and of course eventually, del Harris got fired. So, but he knew he he understood that. That's what it means to be. The Franchise Star and it was more on him than Kobe Kobe was young, and was not established as as a franchise centerpiece yet. His his obviously, his potential was boundless. So but it's an important point Zach. Among other things that I wanted to really emphasize in this story that the Lakers were not the Lakers yet and yet they won sixty seven games, which at that time was one of the best records of all time top five, or whatever of all time, but it wasn't expected. And the LA. Times had the the Lakers as fifth in the West in their preseason. Rankings sports illustrated picked the Spurs. Vegas had the spurs a bunch of papers newspapers, which were that was most predictions back then was newspapers. They were all either blazers or spurs coming out of the West. I don't. I couldn't find one I didn't. Look at all of them. I couldn't have that much time, but I did not find my search a single paper that takes the Lakers to win the West that year much less the championship they were. They were immature. That supporting cast people were constantly even after they won the first championship by the next year. It was back to well. Who's going to be the starting powerful, and of course they make the trade. The trade gun rights for grant horaces older at that point, but it was always Robert. Ory Isn't big enough and strong enough to guard the Carl Malone's and the the Rasheed Wallace is and the Tim Duncan's in the Chris. Weber's like Robert Ory because he was more of this kind of like. You know skinny almost a small forward in Houston. Played. Or has a quote in your story about how Phil Phil was always trying to get out and get rid of him and get off him and didn't want him on the team I'm like. HOW DID FILL NOT ALLEGRA? How does any coach not love? Robert like he's he's A. He's a prototypical three and D guy. Positions? He's the greatest entry passer of all time. That's what one coach told me about him. One time, which is like a thing that only coaches would care about and love. How do so what's that about like? It was just about what you're talking about now. Yeah, I, think Phil, like his mind to power forward was more of your traditional manly man power forward who banged in the post and Rebounded in high numbers, and and whatever maybe hard screens, Robert was more of this kind of three four type and yeah, he was, he was. He was a an early version of the three point shooting. Big You could call him. A big and rob was really clever defender, but he was not a particularly physical defender, so yeah, Carl Malone overmach him, and some of the other guys get overmach him, but Robert became a really great defender at that position, just with his Guile, and his knowledge of how guys played Roberson Incredibly Smart Player, and so eventually I think he did win. Fill over in that regard, and he did start I think for their third championship when they played the nets, but you know the first few years every and this was the fans to by the way fans and media. Talk Radio it was always. Derek, Fisher isn't good enough. We need a better starting point guard. Derek Fisher can't can't stay with the Damon. Stoudamire is the world or Alan Iverson or whatever and it was always Robert. Ory Can't guard these so those two particular always targeted by fans in media, and there was always question, and so you know harp was older Brian Shaw older, so the wasn't just whether or Shaq and Kobe were getting along, and we're mature enough as a duo it. It was always disappointing casts all these doubts about them, which is funny, because as you and I have discussed before all anybody looks back on now. Is there a dynasty? They were amazing. They went three in a row, and they had Shaq and Kobe. So of course they were dominant, but they weren't that dominant. They're this close to not winning in two thousand and this close to winning in two thousand two, and that's the great sliding doors moment that I wanted to explore. If they lose this. Not only are the Blazers winning the championship that year, but then the blazers probably stay together the Lakers, even if they keep Shaq and Kobe together and I think they would've I don't think shock. Yeah, you don't you don't trade you don't. Know, what would have been crazy, but Rick Recruit Rick Fox and Robert orey right the rest of them. There would have been major consequences, and when we see looking back, knowing what the great chemistry of that team was, and how those guys were such. Great Glue Pieces Smart Veteran Ball movers defenders that I'm talking about Fox and fish Orien- Sean, and Harp. If those guys don't stay together. Whoever's replacing them? The chemistry is probably not the same. These things matter. So. So I one of the reasons that the blazers have disappeared from the discourse. As you mentioned his aide, they disappeared their own team with an with one of the all-time Asinine win now traits was Jermaine O'Neal for Dale Davis in Jermaine. O'Neal immediately goes to Indiana's like Oh. Yeah, he's good. Although all the player all this stuff is doing practice turns out. He could do it in. Games Mike only just didn't play him and and Mike Dunleavy's defense. That team is legitimately thirteen fourteen, but that was Jermaine O'Neal fourth season. It wasn't like his first season. Is the teenage rookie coming in at? At High School sitting on the bench, that was his fourth season in Portland. He never played nine hundred minutes in any of those four seasons. That is incredibly unusual for a first round. Pick to just not basically play for four years in a row, and they eventually like right. The coaching play plan Bob. Whitsitt said he'd made a promise to Germain. If the coaches and play on trade, you and they make this win now. Trade which everybody knew when it happened, even though Jermaine O'Neal had never played well, that's dumb, and then they trade Brian Grant for Shawn which was disaster by..

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"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Facebook INSTAGRAM AT CHECKOUT THE HASHTAG! This is your time for more information about T so. Before we talk about Kobe because? He's actually He's the appropriate lens on a lot of different levels to look into this story through neither you nor the athletic. This is a very important question i. just need to know I clarity on this. Neither of your stories has any quotes from Rasheed Wallace. What would you just not want mean? Rashid has a a bad fourth quarter. You Mrs like a million shots She was however an absolute destroyer that entire series just just eviscerated the Lakers. They had no answer for him. It's one of it I love Rasheed Wallace then I love this game I. Love Watching that series to. He does not want to revisit the game. Rasheed was an amazing amazing player, and it's unfortunate that his career stats will never attest to that and that. That that I? Think he kind of gets forgotten. Sometimes, Rasheed was incredible, and they had no answer for him so I figured that the the guys who are going to be hardest to get I didn't I wasn't gonNA. Even try so bonus because I know that he does very very little. I wasn't sure that there was much chance of him. My goal was to get at least five players from each team. And then as long as I got the right five or the good talkers, the guys who? Had the best perspective I'd be being good shape and in anything past that I'd have too much anyway. When I spoke to Bonnie Bonnie machines started a podcast of their own together within the last few months. and. It's a lot of fun and they do a great job and. I watched them. Talk about this game on on the Youtube version of their podcast. And when I got bonds the. We chatted and he said I really. Let's talk to sheet I. Know He's not great with the media I know. He's never really liked this much. I know that you know throughout his career, but you know. He did an interview with some local paper because these coaching in Highschool Down I. Think North Carolina. And so I thought. Maybe there's a shot and body says I'll ask him for you. Bonzi went to him a couple of different times, and I would check back with Bonzi occasionally, and the answer just kept coming back as I, guess no, thank you. I gotTA listen to that podcast because I'm dying to hear sheets thoughts on the game because he was. She was ahead of his time as a player. And and the Lakers just had no answer from him other than just hope he misses these fifteen footers over Robert Ory in the post, or whoever is guarding him in the Green Yeah. just know the guy was a monster does hit big three after the Shack Koby lobbed to pull shortland back within three and give them a chance to win the game in the last thirty seconds. We can talk about what happens after that Let's talk about. Kobe in the lead-up, so here's the lead up to this game. Here's the circumstances of this game. This is Phil's first year. As coach of the Lakers, the previous two seasons have ended with the Lakers. The shackle be Lakers getting swept out of the playoffs ninety eight. It's the jazz ninety nine. It's the Spurs, and the Spurs series is a humiliation I remember it at the time being a humiliation I remember watching it with my college buddies, and listening to all the commentary on ESPN, TNT about it, and it was reported and perceived as a humiliation for shack and Kobe as the more polished defense, first team playoff, ready team, tougher team, embarrassing premadonna Lakers. Lakers not ready for the moment. No Chemistry Blah Blah Blah. You go back and read the clips of that game. It's the last game in the forum. The Spurs closed down the forum. You go back I. Read reread some of the Clips Mario Elie. WHO's on that's team is talking so much about closing down the forum and embarrassing the Lakers now he wants to go steal a piece of the court with the letter L on it. Because the probably cause. They just hung some ells on the Lakers. According to the San Antonio Express Account express-news account of the game. Kobe was booed during the starting lineup introductions in Los Angeles in game four, and the crowd during the game was chanting for Eddie Jones. who had been traded to make way for Kobe? This is so like this is. This is what the Lakers are perceived as when they meet the Blazers in the Western Conference finals, and what's at stake for them? If they lose that series, now shack inches in your story about all. I would have been traded if we lost everyone. WHO's that? Says No way and and said we would. We would probably traded everybody but Shack Colby and rearrange the roster, but. The Lakers. I mean everyone knew they were going to be awesome. You don't get shacking Kobe on your team. Coby was just twenty one years old. He was just becoming what he was going to be. In a lot of ways, this playoffs was his breakout as a true trueblue NBA postseason superstar, but the Lakers were perceived as unready particularly in comparison to the Spurs, as not a playoff, tough team, and and this was a game where they had to wipe that perception of women. You live that people like the Lakers were humiliated by the spurs the year before. Humiliated by the spurs swept by them, as you mentioned, swept the year before that by Utah and of course shacks, Orlando career ends with him being swept in the finals and so this running theme of Shaquille O'Neal can't win. The Big One Shaquille O'Neal keeps getting swept. Not just losing. Beginning swept that hung over him hard. He went off on this tangent that I did not include in the story about how he knew if I don't do this. You guys are going to tackle this stuff. You Guys GonNa Rattle this stuff, and that really motivated me because I knew I can't let this happen again. That that weight on him a lot. Because all right Kobe was only twenty one, but shack was like whatever twenty six at that point. And had already been the league..

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"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"lob" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"To say the three most anticipated words in Niche Basketball podcasting because of my guests identity today so I will start by saying. What back what up blow good to see you I'm glad we're not just talking, but seeing thanks to the wonders. Of Technology. How. I'm good I I'm I'm fine. It's all things considered I'm fine. I'm lucky I'm fine. Everything's good I I am not as lucky as you. Because you had a speaking role in your own voice in game of zones I did not get to speak my lines about the swamp dragon I one of the Malou. Brothers did that for me. You've got to speak your I think you did I like like? Be Be not quite a I'm not ready to like line you up for regular voice work in different accents, but like decent I was. Kinda hoping for an emmy, but maybe that's too much to ask for my my acting debut, but a be I. Mean I'll take that I have no acting background. I faked one of the worst British accents person could come up with. But Yeah I got the voice myself in game, Abso-. Career Highlight Zach like that like I could retire right now, and there's nothing left to do. There's nothing to accomplish like like a Pulitzer. Who Cares about a I got voice myself. And game zones with a bad British accent. I don't know how it's going to get anybody. Is there like a six hour outtake reel of you? Who may going the line or trying different variations of the accent and like them having to take breaks? Because you're so badly, you don't let. Let's just take five becks. Bets take five back. They gave me the line. Months ago right before the shutdown and I had said. Do you want me to do this in here? Like in their studio in front of them, which I thought that was going to be too self conscious, so I did it at home. and. I pro- I probably just because I'm. A crazy person I did do probably like twenty takes sitting here at this very desk. Trying to get it exactly right and figuring out what my tone was, and my cadence was. Yeah I mean listen if you're only if you're gonNA, get one acting line in the history of your life for a beloved animated Mash up of the NBA and game of thrones. You better nail it right so but be I'll take. There are a lot of basketball fans in the comedy world, many of them are involved in projects that are in various stages of incubation that are about basketball right there I like none of these really ever been made public a couple have and then they start and stop because this is how movies work apparently their ideas that sit there and scripts that sit there for fifteen years and I've told them all. If there's a press conference seen, just let me be one of the reporters. Wear the stupid hat like the stupid old school reporter hat and I'll raise my hand. Question question and it just let me be that guy and as I. don't care if the question is dumb. Just Gimme that opportunity. I have always wanted to do that as well. Going back to I think it was the movie and Bill Paschke and some of the other LA reporters maybe Steve Springer guys the LA I remember being in one of those scenes, and even getting to like do the getting one of the. And like being able to shout out the question, and you get your one moment in there. And I think it was the Ali movie and. Then I thought. That that would have been the life goal, but game of zones. You know I'll take on the other hand while you did not voice your own voice they did nail. A Great Zach Ism within that, so can we. Can we talk about how Russell Westbrook is attacking US right now? That was pretty good. I have to say and I got a good death. Anyway. The reason you're on this podcast is because. You just posted one of your one of your Beck one of your back. Stories are Beckett too long or history of game, seven of the two thousand Western Conference finals, between Portland and the Lakers, which is of course. The infamous either the famous Lakers come back, or the infamous blazers collapsed depending on your perspective culminating in the Kobe Shack Lob dunk that puts the Lakers up six. I believe in Isis. The game this has become. You can only do like one of these a year because they take a lot of work and they're it's. Even if it's a flash BULB landmark game from twenty years ago, it's still twenty years ago in the public appetite for twenty years ago is not ever going to be as strong as for what's happening right now, but I love to these stories. I just did one in conjunction with the last dance on game seven between the Pacers and the Bulls in nineteen ninety eight. And I. I love it because. All these years later, the participants are much more willing to actually tell you the truth about what happened behind closed doors, and be candid about how they were feeling, and what they remember I love it because it gives you a chance to really like I was much more interested to talk to. The Pacers been the Bulls and I think you probably as much as your story was about Shaq and Kobe come together for this moment that signified the cement partnership and gave them a pathway to a three peat. I bet you, or is it more excited to talk about the Blazers? Because the losers are always more interesting to talk to just to get their perspective, and like the degree to which they still feel that heartbreak, twenty years later is. It just seeps out of your piece. Yeah, so. The heartbreak. Part of it is interesting so I talked to Mike Dunleavy senior. I also got Mike Dunleavy. Junior high did not end up using my apologies to Mike, dunleavy junior, but he was sitting on the bench for I. Think Four of the seven games were behind the bench. No Way, yeah, you could see him in the highlights, so if you watch especially game seven Mike dunleavy junior sitting there. He's like nineteen years old. Just finished his freshman year at Duke. And I figured he was a great perspective because he witnessed all this so but I ended up with just so much great material I couldn't use, but I talked to. You Got Scottie Pippen and Damon Stoudamire. Steve Smith Greg Anthony. So had five players plus Dunleavy, senior and junior, five of the Lakers in a quick exchange with Phil Jackson. Who did not participate vote very much. So because I had so much, there was a lot that. Had To? Decide to take out but one of the through lines with the blazers that single person to a man. Without even asking most in most cases said I've never watched that game and I'm never going to watch that game. It's just too hard. It just too much heartbreak. It still pains me to this day because they're all convinced that. If they won that game, they would have won the championship and maybe more than one championship and the Lakers. Don't disagree with that. The Lakers also yeah. They were that good. Yeah, they would have beaten. India and Lynn team was awesome and I. Remember in ninety nine. When they built that team when they acquired pippen, and they were going to run twelve deep in the. We're GONNA play all these like giant IW lineups, and like the like Damon Stoudamire doesn't even play the fourth. They don't play a point guard. The entire fourth quarter of this collapse will talk about I love that Portland team and I had a friend in college out to Lindsey. Moore, who was a huge Lakers fan and we made a bed. Before the season started that the blazers would get further than the Lakers and I took the blazers. Think we bet fifty bucks. And then we kind of lost track of each other, and and obviously the bet came down to this game, and was feeling feeling myself in the third and fourth quarters like I'm going to win this bet I'm going to get in contact. Lindsey and get my fifty bucks and I reached out to her on facebook that she if she remembered this after reading your. She doesn't remember it..

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Riots, looting, cars set ablaze in downtown Seattle chaos after protests

News, Traffic and Weather

02:43 min | 6 months ago

Riots, looting, cars set ablaze in downtown Seattle chaos after protests

"Imagine downtown Seattle now in shambles after hours of people setting cars on fire officers lobbing tear gas looters in a free for all in the downtown area the curfew we had imposed in Seattle now over at least for the next eleven hours we have another one in effect later today at five PM until tomorrow morning Seattle police chief Carmen best stating that the curfew helped officers couples Denise Whitaker with a new statement from the cheap this morning good morning the next morning the chief issued this statement just a few hours ago as she said people remain to downtown still assaulting officers still looting downtown stores the National Guard arrived last night to help control those crowds downtown the guard arrived in full riot gear mostly unarmed you can see that they carry batons with them before they arrived she's best to set her officers were working to protect people's lives she said multiple officers and civilians were injured mayor Jenny Durkan answered questions earlier on the violence that she watched with many of you we will protect the people of Seattle but we also make sure that our officers act appropriately I will also add that I have seen the officers taking enormous punishment last night into today with a number of things thrown their way and force being used and chief master reiterated that in her statement that the priority is indeed protecting life and ending the destruction today's also says the next steps for Seattle police will include reviewing a lot of video they were able to grab from surveillance cameras and many of the stores in cameras that are set up there in the downtown area of the have a look at this for prosecution purposes and of course priority downtown to get cleaned up and get secured a again just a reminder city officials saying it's not a good thing to go for a joyride in downtown Seattle right now to have a look it is very busy right now in the investigation continues and again a public is asked to stay away at

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How scientists are thinking about reopening labs

Science Magazine Podcast

04:59 min | 7 months ago

How scientists are thinking about reopening labs

"We now speak with David Grimm online news editor at science. His recent article navigates the treacherous waters of researchers returning to their labs and fieldwork amid the coronavirus pandemic even for scientists fortunate enough to resume their research. Strange situations await greatly reduced lab teams physical distancing and face masks and the risk of corona virus infection to name a few. Hi David Angel. There's been plenty of talk about how and when researchers might return to their labs and it seems that now. The time has come for some of them. Could you highlight a few major studies that have now resumed work in a sense if it remains true that most labs especially labs that are not working on component virus are still closed or only partially open right now? It seems like labs in Europe have opened a little bit earlier. There was allowed to open a couple weeks ago and more opening now when my story I talked about any everything from research vessels going out in the Gulf of Alaska to study fish populations to archaeologist steady each feces and so obviously none of us have to do with corona virus which is why all these studies were shut down but some these are gingerly starting to reopen a little bit. How our institutions deciding which labs reopen? Will you know? It's really interesting. Some places are allowing all labs to reopen but the after we open a very limited capacity Aquino only a twenty five percent capacity will be a couple of people can be in the lab at one time in other places. Universities are prioritizing critical projects. And in that case that that be you know. Post are for Grad. Student is only a couple months away from finishing their post doc or their thesis and they just needed to accomplish more experiments. They're being allowed to come in just to finish those experiments and some of them. Don't even have supervision right. Now is not the case. So one re-stripe talks to a Nora Sistiaga who is at the University of Copenhagen Denmark. She's wants studying each and feces and she was allowed to go back into her lab by the team because she was so close to finishing data that she needed to complete her post doc but she can't do that because the restrictions are such that she can't go in by herself and her project requires somebody to supervisor and so the both can't be there at the same time because the restrictions imposed by the university so even though the genes allowing her to go back. She can't go back because she she. She can't do this work by herself. Even cases where people are allowed to go back. They're not always able to go back. One thing. Everyone even those outside of science or grappling with is that business as usual is no longer a thing what changes are being implemented in labs and feel work that might represent the new normal. Yes so the biggest thing is is the physical distance thing. So that's why the numbers have been so reduced so you imagine if the lab of twenty people were crowded together on the small lab benches knees take orders. That just can't happen right now. Because of the risk of transmitting corona virus and so she having instead his labs being allowed to have. Maybe two or three people come in Saint Time. And everybody's got to be in a separate room or the least have to be six feet of ARD and so that's one of the big things and also most decisions are requiring employees to wear face masks so even if you only have a public lab. Everybody's gotTa wear face masks at all time. Those seem to be the standard things. That are the same regardless of the type of laboratory. You're talking about. There are differences now because some labs are used to labs at deal with ancient DNA for example. These people are wearing full protective gear all the time because they don't WanNa candidate per sample. So they they are. They're already very used to wearing masks. Whereas maybe physicists owners who don't normally have to wear masks are now being forced to wear those fulltime. At least when they're in laboratory conditions a lot of these scientists and institutions are taking that leap to reopen labs and go back to research are scientists and institutions preparing for the possibility of labs having to close again. Yeah that's the really big problem. Because even as lobs kind of gingerly reopen and they're taking all these protective measures to make sure researchers can be there do their experiments. There's always a chance that things will up again. There could be an outbreak of cases in a particular area and then Milan has closed down again with university has to close down again. That's still something that's being actively sort of considered about how to deal with that and again different universities institutions dealing met with that in different ways so for example the Swiss veteran institute of Aquatic Science narrow allowing people to come back to work but one of the edicts is. Don't start new projects and don't start any projects that can't be stopped on short notice and the idea is that you don't want to start a project that's going to take you a year to finish and has to be done continuously. If there's a chance your research going to be shut down again in a month or two and so it really trying to ties the work. That is just finishing up or work that can be done. Maybe just a few weeks in case things have to shut down again.

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How To Escape Your Children's Bedroom Without Waking Them

Does This Happen to You

05:15 min | 7 months ago

How To Escape Your Children's Bedroom Without Waking Them

"Mundane things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily anomalies a micro audio book about life in befuddle men. Just for you our story. This week is from Andrew. Not who you'll find known medium DOT COM and here is how to escape your children's bedroom without waking them. I hear at least one of your offspring is a light sleeper and also requires your presence by their bedside until they have entered rim. How wonderful light sleeping and dependency are signs of extreme intelligence? Probably of course. That doesn't make things any easier. You're trapped in their bedroom right now aren't you? You've tried to get out four times but your child somehow stop snoring and wakes up every time you move remain calm. I know you've been there for several hours but I have a few tips to extricate you from your current predicament. One stay low. Assuming you're lying on the floor. Don't try to stand up and walk out of the room. I don't care if your child is sawing more logs lumberjack. At a logging competition standing up beside her bid is a recipe for disaster instead. Flip over on your hands the knees and crawl a safe distance away from the bed. A safe distance might be anywhere from five feet to seven miles if necessary crawl all the way out of the room out the front door down the street to the convenience store in the corner and ask the store attendant directions to the nearest deserted island. Use Your Gogo gadget arm to hook the doorknob on your way out. Open it ever so slightly and Shimmy gap. This won't work but it's still fun because it makes you feel like a Middle Age Ninja. What does this sound like too much work? Well I have one question for you. Do you love your child or not to replace any squeaky floorboards and recarpet with an extra thick pad while it might seem like replacing your entire floor. After your child falls. Asleep is impossible. Just think of all the banging and loud cursing your fitfully. Sleeping child is only programmed to wake in response to you trying to desert her any other noise no matter how loud is actually fine so go ahead and rip up that dingy carpet and bolt down any loose boards. That keep foiling your escape. Make sure to use an extra thick pad to dampen the sound of your movements and the screams you emit as you lie. Face down. Utterly demoralized practically devouring the plush fiber like. It was your last meal as you wail plaintively desperate for relief. Don't worry about getting perfect laying new flooring in the dark is hard if it's not perfect though. It won't help your escape and if it is perfect. It also won't help because your footsteps no matter how muffled reverberate with the unmistakable sound of betrayal and abandonment three work on your core strength. Let's face it no matter how well these tips work. You're going to be standing up and immediately sitting down when your child's startles awake at least one hundred times per night while you're lying on the floor in the dark trying to answer in penetrable questions your child lobs it. You like disheartening. Confetti bombs develop your core strength by doing a hundred or so crunches what happens if a dragon breathes fire on you while you're on the toilet. Oh dear how are we going to answer that one? Try One hundred more crunches while you're down there. Contemplating core strength isn't very useful for escaping the bedroom but everyone likes toned ads right four. Remove your skeleton. A recent study found that the leading cause of waking sleeping children while exiting their bedroom was creaking bones. Do you have creaky bones? If so it's time to make a change kiss that pesky skeleton goodbye and sweet freedom. Hello sure removing your entire skeleton one bone at a time until you're nothing but a helpless meet sack might sound extreme but look do you want to cling to your precious bones or do you want your child to grow into an adult capable of trusting others and maintaining lasting relationships. You could only choose one and really things will be much better without a skeleton. You will no longer creek like a rusty windmill. Every time you move and you'll be blogging across the brand new carpet and out of that bedroom in no time

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Russell T Davies On Balancing Politics, Tech and a Multi-Year Family Saga in ‘Years and Years’

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:45 min | 9 months ago

Russell T Davies On Balancing Politics, Tech and a Multi-Year Family Saga in ‘Years and Years’

"The BBC HBO show years and Years Combines the politics economy and tech twenty nineteen and imagine how it all might evolve over the next fifteen years. Emma Thompson is in it. As a celebrity British politician with autocratic leanings but mainly the show follows a family as they deal with the world changing around them. Russell t Davis created and wrote years and years. He's also worked on the show doctor who torchwood and created queer as folk. He said the tech in years and years is like life. It's complicated just to show good and bad. I think some of the saddest moments. It's you have a world war on television and the little five six year old kids just staring into their phones playing their games. So yes there's bad stuff but let's talk about and yet there's very very good stuff. I tell you what to do when I made the choice to said to this around a family that came from one of the good sites of current tech which is very simply the. What's up group? I'm one of three kids two sisters. They've got two kids. Each were Nice family will like each of the wicked on but up until a couple of years ago. My nieces grow up to three years ago. I would've text them twice. Happy Birthday. Merry Christmas now. Oh my God. I went out the other night and I came back to the WHATSAPP group to fifty three messages on the group because because someone at cooked lasagna with butternut squash so yes. There's good stuff if you choose good ride the badge and they could right. You've got to get both because in the end. It's the technology it's it's the people. Well it's great because some of the tech feels really immediate like a headband. That projects a holographic sort of snapchat filter for your face that everyone can see in the physical world. It's futuristic but it's also completely realistic. Yes yes I think it was invented tomorrow. We'd all go and buy one. I mean I find this fascinating. I mean everyone my age. Everyone sends each others photos of themselves looking like a dunk. It will not count rash of instagram. Filters like what dog are you or what Keiko you. I'm certainly a Battenberg. I love those filters and I'm fascinated by the way we love those filters and so the moment someone events a filter you can see in the real world not just on your phone dot com. I will be new for my palace on the moon. Do you have conflicting feelings about tack or is it like so many things where it just reflects? The real world has interesting. I think it's both I think I have to be entertaining but entertain doesn't mean being glib or dust. I think I'm getting older. I think my stuff is full of warnings. Now to be honest it's funny. I'm now in the middle of an eddy of my next drama. Which is we'd each be. Oh Max over there which is about the AIDS crisis of the nineteen eighty s and leaked just watched an idea of an episode warning about viruses and we step out above. Does this virus on the loose? You can't them those lessons from History Indus- strangers no what a world. I was telling people that I'm taking a little bit of comfort in darker timeline but there is something comforting about the passage of time right like you fast forward in these episodes and increasingly terrible things happen but also people are still living their normal lives. Talk to me about that sense of perspective. Yes that's right. I mean it's it was quite hard. Showed a salad sleep with its concept of moving forward in time every episode moves forward a year but actually I sat there and saying doubt dry being questioned by fifty seven times set. That didn't know what else moves forward a year every episode Downton Abbey and so did upstairs downstairs many years ago. It's actually not former drummer. Have invented a sippy by this jobs. Going to the future by a year every absurd that had people scared but in terms of trauma tens of how the characters are getting on lobs. Who who's going out with? Who WHO's cross with? Who who loves to to take yearly jumps in that? It's a very simple dramatic device so I knew that would work. I had the confidence of those. Those full beds to say This'll work and and that sort of creep into the story. Which is that would winner. In in societies when dictators arise all where huge changes are made and and West Society swing from left to right or right to left. It doesn't happen overnight. That's why I wanted. What ends up fifteen year span on the show is social these things slowly creeping up on you and you're more concerned with having tea or for your love or have a good divorce. That's actually the stuff the meat and drink of your life while the biggest shadows falling on new unseen so a needed that stretch to show small picture of people living in a bigger picture

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Sentiment Analysis with Rana Gujra, Behavioral Signals CEO

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

06:12 min | 10 months ago

Sentiment Analysis with Rana Gujra, Behavioral Signals CEO

"The CEO of they will say no Ronald withdraw and About signals. We were born out of research out of Usc AND SALES RESEARCH LOBS. What we do. Is WE USER? Specialized Algorithms to analyze human emotions and behaviors and boys and that's the primary focus area. Which is the tone of voice and the pitch on tonal variants? And what we do from that as we gather a lot of insights and we transform that data usable and actionable information. And then we apply that to words There is business. Kpi's and so if you think about The landscape out there from a comparative metrics. I mean the the most of the MVP and whites interactions offering. You see out there. They tend to focus on what is being said. And what we do is we introduced ability to understand how something is being said in addition to the what bar and that stuff through focusing on the pitch and tunnel variance and deciphering from that Emotions speaking styles behaviors. But we've gone a step further and Some recent work has been around predicting tat so We can actually predict what one of the participants that we're focusing on is going to do in the near future. What actions the person's GonNa take in the near future and we can do that very high level of accuracy so it's almost in terms of sort of getting into the really the minutia aspects of the state of mind and then predicting how or what actions will come out of this conversation so very high level. We can go dive into it. But that's Kinda what they do. That's great very cool so I guess I'm going to start by asking you a dumb question is it. Is it a given. I think it's a given. Most people follow voice assistance and have have kept up with some of these innovations. It seems like it's a given that a voice assistant that can conduct cinnamon analysis and that understands You know the way the words are being said is important if not more important than the actual words being said it seems like a voice system that can do that. We'll be able to outperform one. That can't is there ever a scenario where we wouldn't want sentiment analysis or is it just a given that any any voice assistant to be at that next level it needs to have that ability? Y- You're absolutely right and I think I think the answer is Or Yes I feel but like one way to answer. That is to take a step back and see how the whole arena albouy number actions as progress over the last decade or so so if you were to take a step back and say go back not that far back but say five to seven years ago We were speaking to the capabilities and technologies such as not and you and you know the speech taxed aspects to it as cutting edge bleeding edge. We were like very very enamored by it. You could audio and you could translate that into Or transcribed into actual words That's fascinating and you can do it. By incorporating various accents and various types of speaks and there is a cultural dialect. And all of that and that's fascinating and multiple languages as well but fast forward into twenty training. It's no cutting edge to commodities capabilities to commodities tool that that companies offer and Some of the larger players are really throwing that capability in the market literally for free. So that's that's one thing right. That's changed in the in the dynamics of interaction. The second thing is Can You understand the specific context behind Behind the voice conversations for example. If there's a conversation between a doctor and patient You can. We're the speech to audio. But do you understand what's being said? You understand the lingo. Join us. The main knowledge behind that conversation. And there's a lot of work that's been done in that that most acidic areas are there people who have focused on Doctor patient conversations and others about focused on spiteful spousal conversations does others were focused on between the salesperson and our client So we understand those things now and we could we could. We can apply those that that context. What hasn't changed is understanding state of mind right and so for example. I mean you and I are talking. we're not just You know Focused on understanding what you're saying which is actually we're just saying but I'm really very interested in how you're saying something because it's very important for me and for you to relate to that because what you're going to say next is not just going to be based on what I'm saying but how I'm saying something but that I mean it or not and You know that's incredibly important and you're a and that's what makes the conversation a conversation otherwise it's a single Transcript of One side of transactions. Which is I tell you to do something and you either do it or not do it and you respond back with whether you do it or not do it. That's how we talk for today right and the promise was that virtual assistance will become real assistance. I mean they'll they'll replace that human We need on our lives whether it's A secretary or a business assistant or a social assistant. Or you know a companion who who we can talk to Hasn't happened yet right. And it doesn't I mean as a billions of dollars have been spent More and more languages supported by assistance and more and more skills or attitudes insistence that can door but that have opened doors they can Show the cameras. They can do complex math. They can tell US jokes and play music. But it's one sided. There's no conversation happening and that's because we don't like to converse with things that don't understand You know How I feel.

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"lob" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"lob" Discussed on WRVA

"We looked at a memorial any reminded us spacecraft. A lot of signs said it was a spacecraft. But think about this ultimate ultimately is a. Actually, kind of a same. Lob cited bowling pin shaped, it's two lobes attached by narrow neck and that comet sixty seven p. Look like that as well. Members sixty seven p was sending a communication to to. What was the name of the probe Rosetta Rosetta Rosetta rec-? Have you got that handed to play? I play it in a little bit. Yeah. Let me find it beget something that was shaped exactly like ultimate throughly sent a communication message to Rosetta, and it was picked up and Rosetta played it back. And so the idea of it being again, a model shaped like that that has the neck and the the two lobes having a being strangely a lopsided. I mean to have that twice in two instances where we've come in contact with kind of bizarre and the idea that sixty seven actually. Sent out a signal. I mean, we can get a signal from this as well. Maybe. Wouldn't that be interesting because they do have radio for receiving as they flew by. I mean, I think the signal coming from sixty seven p what we call a proximity beacon, we close enough to something and you either get a warning. But you get an acknowledgement whatever I'm looking in my file year to see if I've got this handy to play because you gotta have these things handy, you know, realize until during the break, you know, remember, I didn't realize that when we look at sixty seven p and we because Rosetta fifty seven and a while ago. But it'll be a lot of people realize that the model the shape in the model of the neck. And I I've got I've got sixty seven I got I got let me play you. This is the clip it's called the song of comet sixty seven p and we're gonna play it for you right now. This is what they found earlier..

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"lob" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"lob" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"And maybe they can maybe they can't you know habits worn hard to break. We'll they're allowed to think whatever they want Ryan allowed to think that you know, the giants were lucky to beat the patriots in the Super Bowl that time and. And Bob times a Bob lob and five as always I accept your policy. I'm thinking, okay. Let's go to the NFL. Let's go to the NFL. Let's just take the games in order because they're all fun. I think they're all fun this weekend. To incredibly ascended teams. One started out one and five the other one started out Owen three they play in Houston, late Saturday afternoon, the Houston's and the colts out star with you. Ryan, man. Oh, man. There's not much to to pick from with these two teams. No. Of course, not an quarterbacks about. Matchup allows totally enticing Watson come back comes back from the the the deficit tough knee injury goes for four thousand yards. He's proving himself. Absolutely. And then you got into luck who comes back from the dead, no one year ago at this time, we truly didn't know what what we would ever expect from him again, and he comes back, and we assert himself. Absolutely. Now. This is a an, and as you pointed out, the the the resurrection of each of them during the course of this particular season, and how many times have we said it will save. What of a million time at Owen three? There. Wasn't a hotter seat in the NFL Bill Brian's, and here they are now where they are. And yeah, as a lot to sink your teeth into of course with Hopkins having his best year, and what being what and and and Frank witches affect on on Indianapolis and absolately. This is very interesting game. I like the colts. I wanna get predictions on these games from us here. Now, put juice on the line here. Let me give you the wisdom. Hold on. I'm going to give you the wisdom of my mentor. Okay. Bob, Ryan, and my friends since I was in college Ryan always told me from the start that he was not in the business of being a progress. Dicator? He was in the business of rhetoric is am I am I stating that correctly Ryan? Yes, that's cute. I always say that the only thing that the only predictions matter once backed up by the wild when you put your money down than other not I don't I don't care who you predict. Okay. Well, now that you've all major speeches. I still think I'd your predicted. Oh, let me talk about this game. In terms of the Evan flow of the season. That's the most interesting part of this. If you look at the Texas they were all in three when they play the colts the first time and that was the game. I think we're right decided to to punt the ball, right and fern it over or to go for it and turn on down. And and winning by field goal. They go from Owen three two nine three. Okay..

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"lob" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"lob" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"And maybe they can maybe they can't you know habits worn hard to break. We'll they're allowed to think whatever they want Ryan allowed to think that you know, the giants were lucky to beat the patriots in the Super Bowl that time and. And Bob times a Bob lob and five as always I accept your policy. I'm thinking, okay. Let's go to the NFL. Let's go to the NFL. Let's just take the games in order because they're all fun. I think they're all fun this weekend. To incredibly ascended teams. One started out one and five the other one started out Owen three they play in Houston, late Saturday afternoon, the Houston's and the colts out star with you. Ryan, man. Oh, man. There's not much to to pick from with these two teams. No. Of course, not an quarterbacks about. Matchup allows totally enticing Watson come back comes back from the the the deficit tough knee injury goes for four thousand yards. He's proving himself. Absolutely. And then you got into luck who comes back from the dead, no one year ago at this time, we truly didn't know what what we would ever expect from him again, and he comes back, and we assert himself. Absolutely. Now. This is a an, and as you pointed out, the the the resurrection of each of them during the course of this particular season, and how many times have we said it will save. What of a million time at Owen three? There. Wasn't a hotter seat in the NFL Bill Brian's, and here they are now where they are. And yeah, as a lot to sink your teeth into of course with Hopkins having his best year, and what being what and and and Frank witches affect on on Indianapolis and absolately. This is very interesting game. I like the colts. I wanna get predictions on these games from us here. Now, put juice on the line here. Let me give you the wisdom. Hold on. I'm going to give you the wisdom of my mentor. Okay. Bob, Ryan, and my friends since I was in college Ryan always told me from the start that he was not in the business of being a progress. Dicator? He was in the business of rhetoric is am I am I stating that correctly Ryan? Yes, that's cute. I always say that the only thing that the only predictions matter once backed up by the wild when you put your money down than other not I don't I don't care who you predict. Okay. Well, now that you've all major speeches. I still think I'd your predicted. Oh, let me talk about this game. In terms of the Evan flow of the season. That's the most interesting part of this. If you look at the Texas they were all in three when they play the colts the first time and that was the game. I think we're right decided to to punt the ball, right and fern it over or to go for it and turn on down. And and winning by field goal. They go from Owen three two nine three. Okay..

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"lob" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lob" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's shot. right. Rebounded by These Bryce are Brown decent mid and major Brown. teams, Nearly turned these it are over not into patsies. the front court Harper lob And at the the fact rim that widely they have been looks able at to directed hold each fouled and every from one behind of these teams below Wiley their offensive gets back norms to the line is attributed Zion. to Williamson the effort had to commit that the they Fowler. are putting It would in have the been success. to They're that's having up defensively. play again by Well, Harper not to beating take anything the trap away from by the freshmen. Duke, and But then I just hope they trying realize to find Wiley how on lucky the alleyoop they are to lob have this opportunity, whether again such Auburn a, just you know, hanging an upperclassman around in that this they're game. all able Every time to step dukes in and gets get it minutes to ten. back in the day was Auburn like, makes you know, a play one freshman, to get it maybe into two single freshmen are digits getting minutes, right now certainly not nine zero four five left but to in have the game. all four Duke of them. up Get sixty meaningful fifty minutes to is Austin something Wylie, we haven't first seen of in. two It's kind Weill of fun. Brecht We get to one watch missed these it kids wide. grow Right. over That four time years you spent so and good have a tonight full body of averaging work. So. eleven points per I game think it's a good off thing the for bench the program in the first certainly four going games to be a little of the bit season different some growing pains. Like, we've mentioned, afternoon. but He's got fourteen a great points, opportunity to eight watch young rebounds, guys start their careers two off four at the line from their is freshman I in year Williamson and build heads as to time the goes bench on. for I think Duke it's a really interesting one and more coming fun. for Wiley, Kind high of way to arching. deal with it. All right In time now straight for the final down statue pair brought to you by seven Finnity point from game. Comcast Duke leading first with nine of all minutes for to Duquesne, go. Marcus weather's played thirty Trey and a Jones half minutes. Eight between points, the leg six dribble at rebounds half court with an gets assist across three the turnovers. timeline Michael guarded Hughes, by ten Bryce points, Brown. five rebounds Now, he stops couple between of turnovers. the rings and passes left side Mike Barrett Lewis at the elbow the second bumps off had the defender five gets points off the to shot. a five Missed shooting it. Folded. both Another of his rebound threes offense at a couple glass of rebounds goes up, strong and gets sincere the foul. Kerry, he's got to be a little bit hurt. They haven't announced They that give it to Horace Spencer publicly, that but time, I but watched Boldin all of delivering their game a big offensive against rebound Radford. for Duke. And What their a luxury analyst mentioned coach K that has he was complaining the Bolden night before guy this is really just not not talked the way he about plays a lot no points for as sincere the Kerry. big three. Something's But.

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"lob" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Air uh causes the outer surface to melt uh and actually y'all blue bits are flying off all the time the meteorite we get on the surface is as just a small piece of what entered the atmosphere most sometimes the vast majority of it just ablaze away in the atmosphere and too little droplets or dust lau um so uh you know if you see a fusion crust on iraq you right away you know it's it's a meteorite you have to go any further than that in terms of determining what type it is uh more primitive meteorites um these are a type that uh still have textures and mineralogy uh that were inherited from uh condensation and a chretien in the solar nebula that's where individual mineral grains formed out of the gas so heh that was the ah a nebula before uh the planets were around and then the agglomerate together these mineral grains in uh in the in the solar nebula the dust grains bang y'all got melted into little tiny objects which we call condra lls um so these typical textures um are plainly evident to the human eye even without a microscope of but now with us with a very low power microscope you can see them quite easily most meteorites especially primitive ones contain iron metal it's actually are nickelmetal um yo you don't find that on earth except when humans have been involved in in smelting iron ore uh but uh uh so iron meddled in a in a rock is kind of indicator that it's quite likely from outer space very few occurrences on earth of native meddle in in iraq um and then uh as i said uh in the the dust in the solar nebula who went through periods of melting and formation of these little round doug lob yields of uh basically melt globules which we call condra lls an and from the that uh we got the name conned right for these primitive rocks while those stand out in you know few brake open iraq it ain't depending on on the type uh you'll you can see those quite easily in and that's a a key um uh and these have never and they've been in space for all of time right they've performed in space in traveling through space they've never they're not like from another planet or another like chipped off another well most no extract is actually um all meteorites with the only way we.

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"lob" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Uh more primitive meteorites um these are a type that uh still have textures and mineralogy uh that were inherited from uh condensation and a chretien in the solar nebula that's where individual mineral grains formed out of the gas so heh that was the ah a nebula before uh the planets were around and then the agglomerate together these mineral grains in uh in the in the solar nebula the dust grains bang y'all got melted into little tiny objects which we call condra lls um so these typical textures um are plainly evident to the human eye even without a microscope of but now with us with a very low power microscope you can see them quite easily most meteorites especially primitive ones contain iron metal it's actually are nickelmetal um yo you don't find that on earth except when humans have been involved in in smelting iron ore uh but uh uh so iron meddled in a in a rock is kind of indicator that it's quite likely from outer space very few occurrences on earth of native meddle in in iraq um and then uh as i said uh in the the dust in the solar nebula who went through periods of melting and formation of these little round doug lob yields of uh basically melt globules which we call condra lls an and from the that uh we got the name conned right for these primitive rocks while those stand out in you know few brake open iraq it ain't depending on on the type uh you'll you can see those quite easily in and that's a a key um.

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"lob" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I was he actually magical they like twitches knows and disappear xia rich guy who's just would be hooked up with them for the sport over them come out here cannot just say that y'all actually make him better what we see he no other get mad at us for spoiling father figure okay i'll give demand you let's get into this i'll get was okay i'll give it up the moves bullshit i was probably the most the both though the most wellintentioned solved bullshit that i've ever given we will feel sorry for this movie really they do do it's just the berries and has just said i just i'm giving it like a really really ahmad lob assault some more bullshit man abrupt feel really bad but everybody fly would you sink into it okay you want you spoiler i mean this real quick area when they pick care williams up he's he's a he's a hitchhiker rare and you could see in the trailer with it that they're trying to figure out whether he's a serial killer not he's been real cool to the whole thing no matter how much the grilling him and when they take into his destination which is i don't understand because he needs a ride to go to his his son's birthday party will win the drop them off is a night house and everything and nobody no woman comes out what up upa all you just don't walk up in iowa by the families all right and everything else it looks like our for all appearances it looks like that but.

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"lob" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"No one news now and your team brazil fear weather this here's your forecast with jennifer lob with those north wind below average temperatures continue already dipping in the '60s and mid 70s and many spots and we'll go as low as the upper 50s the even the '60s tomorrow morning so bundle up again tonight but actually below average and we're seeing a few a records on top for us and we could see that again because of the north wins ushering in all of that cold air and you see it time as those winds will be gusty anywhere for about ten or twenty five miles per hour now will carry on in a few showers as well right now i owed were seen some gusty conditions over big island summit a wind advisory coming out of the west's about thirty five to fifty five miles per hour gusting upwards on the summit's to 65 so definitely a windshield there mona care this morning was in the 20th so feeling like the teens as you would wake up blood sick at look at what's going on right now you see the ripple in the clouds just upstream of us a good indication of the cold air we will continue to see this trend the next couple of days and the cool air will continue to bring in there's temperatures dropping in the fifties and sixties as we head into the next several mornington back and just a few showers writing in the big picture shows you are high pressure fan is going to be in charge a switch in the winds as we go into the next couple of days the trade winds taking over but they're going to be very gusty stormy seas out there on the northshore dropping with that while that just came through eight to ten three to five cleaners that's coming our way on the west side and two to three seals small pulls doing as well in two to four unease facing shores temperatures tomorrow below oh uh uh again hovering in the '70s in some spots and some spots reaching the.

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"lob" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Things things do things in day dimmed on may one tank did i i'm doing this month the then newdow must be i was a young here said the muscle given that the map is not for the deal the mission of the middle of the missing from the pain in the danes bigham from the agency and the through the yep mm the gene gene woah no the and bradley beal lob then has done just do would yes the arena buffer zone that was getting through the membrane none other than the cloud felon the they would think of it did when the proper the did limited when they're playing down clearer mind hey the man of the yep yes these last the grace of the fire ran the flame of the few shot imam baby ooh in my veins the devon devon until april but when rain down a few rang down hey maye.

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"lob" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on WLOB

"And were vote yes on one paper for an authorized by progress remain markieff pillar treasurer or so he's up in congress treat before court on me greater portland's new fm at one hundred point five the richardson standing by with a she renews stone is on the lob lobs lorde complicate and taste as the baby they chad it is six twenty four you're listening to one hundred point five fm thanks for joining us as you may have seen the houston astros won their first world series title i think they came into being and 19 sixty eight i'm pretty sure that's right and they've gotten close have been in the world series before the number one one yesterday the starting pitcher for the dodgers has had a rough night gave up five runs right out of the gate and then album louis the best lefthander of our lifetime clinton kershaw came in and shut down the astros for four innings in relief is a starter i watched as long as i could but you know it's busy life and uh so i finally falsely asleep but i got this morning at ford saw that sports center had all the highlight so i could have just waited anyhow the astros won their first world series championship and that's a nice lift for the city of houston which as you know has gone through a lot over the last month are f o last three months really with all the water down there it's on you with us we tanya powers we do are you kidding now i'm syria and she's in new york you know and she's with fox news.

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"lob" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lob" Discussed on WLOB

"Radio kevin lob am and fm headlines in augusta budget negotiators struck a series of latenight deals last night that could allow the house and senate to vote on another spending plan today the national weather service confirmed a fourth tornado in western main on saturday they were in the vehicle lake denmark into in breached in a holiday man was killed in an wendell woman has been charged in the motor vehicle crash late saturday many of maine's elderly out already worrying about how they'll stay warm this coming winter as president trump wants to eliminate the likely aimed wlob am and fm next week means total weather from channel eight wmtw santiago eighty today sunny and '70s for the fourth of july and a clear night for those fireworks tents in the '60s and a light winds mostly sunny wednesday 70s again and separatists thursday with late day clouds from channel eight i'm meteorologist sarah long bringing you maine's total weather todd live there's evidence that the free market works the marketplace's what is created all of the wondrous things that we have to take for granted in this world the marketplace's what brings us air conditioning grocery stores the internet all the things that you enjoy that's not a result of government government slows down and impedes the market government restore six freedomn of restricts the marketplace we'll take your calls about anything weeknights eight to ten saturday night seven nine on british portland's new fm one hundred point.

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"lob" Discussed on Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race

Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"lob" Discussed on Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race

"Lob songs who chunk t water with whatever your flavor is so i am sure i jokingly have referred to something as simplistic as why people broke it you fix it but realistically i don't know that i ever fully wanted to outsource this to to the beneficiaries of it means earns responsibilities everyone's responsibility to make the world a better place as best they can and everyone should of course during the cantered to fix racism in his country as far as like whose capable of doing that yes white a lot of why people were unwilling to dismantle the thing that advantage them but a lot will you just don't even they don't know what they don't know because the whole system is designed to run on you know it runs on wide ignorance as much as it runs on black subjugation and marginalisation because you have to keep everyone ignorant of the the the truth what's happening in order to get them to go along with it in a lot of ways and so you know i set out to write my book and i didn't learn anything from white people i went around the and i interviewed by people and they told me their stories and they told me they educated meet yeah you know i didn't really uh i can't say that i wanted from white people so you know as far as whose responsibility everyone who's got the the tools to to started the process you know that ultimately unfound fairly i think is going to fall in people cowered disproportionate amount of time that they had all the tools the knowledge i guess the consciousness the woke nece to know what needs to jeff heal and the ad the worry here i only have one thing which is that you know you talk about why people are going to destroy their own house in it's one of my problem with the whole privilege formulation is that i don't know why racial justice advocates insist on songs zerosum game i don't know why it's constantly sold as taking away from why people to get people cower i think i don't think life zero sum game i don't think that necessarily on either rachel does his advocates are selling it that way but that's what privilege says we've real we'll.

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