23 Burst results for "Mobis"

Fresh update on "mobis" discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

00:34 sec | 19 min ago

Fresh update on "mobis" discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"Nine like i think i think it would be less of a big deal than when they did switch from pinch lightning just because mobis wireless and it is switching. Uscc they can set off because they're actually moving to an industry standard so anyone's using andrew financially already hasn't you to define and nowadays like i think they could do it but they oversee it just kind of like biding their time and think hoping that they can kind of skin just immediately jumped to like a this device but how many more years is gonna be for. We have like a trip was finite maybe next the rooms are maybe late next year. I've one moto. That has no ports just ever gets. I don't think elegant point your urge.

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The MLB, the Atlantic League and Moving the Mound Experiment

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

The MLB, the Atlantic League and Moving the Mound Experiment

"I wrote about moving back in mid march and that was before it was officially announced that the atlantic could be doing that this year. I think that announcement came. I don't know maybe th in the weeks or months after that article came out and this was something that they had talked about doing in twenty nineteen that they were going to implement a two foot move in the mound and the atlantic league at midseason. And that didn't end up happening in the sense that i got when i was working on my piece earlier. This year is that basically. They were worried about players. You know having workman's comp concerns or or having injuries occur and basically that players would not be happy with this change and that there would be a lot of objections and so they didn't end up doing it that year and then they did this year but only half of the distance just a one foot move and even so hit did not go over well so tell us a little bit about what you learned about how players responded to this both when it was announced if they were even aware of it at that time and since it went into effect earlier this month. Yes so it's more than a handful of players. Mostly pitchers are a feel for what it's like to be in this league. Vins experimenting in a way. That in run countermeasure you. Your career aspirations your individual performance and also your health because there's a lot of sixty one foot now and we don't know about regarded to where it goes to your body and your arm health whatnot. And i think it's fair to say that the players are not overly pleased with how the week has shifted when it comes to the sixty one foot mount self. All the pictures basically agree that had been able to adjust and it wasn't a big deal anymore. Now you know. They did mention like similar. Soffer tossing teammates have issues like there are actual effects on each quality men quality. And what have you so. I don't wanna make it sound like there's no difference whatsoever. Just they were overcome those despite some let's say less than i he'll scheduling and logistical aspects to it but what players are really stressed about. Is that yes. The weakest mobis

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Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Why USC's Evan Mobley Is the Best Big in the 2021 Draft

"For the next two months in advance of the two thousand twenty one nba draft that is scheduled for july twenty nine. We're going to be dedicating an episode of beyond college basketball. Podcast to notable prospect. Same way we did in advance of last year's nba draft. We started this series last week with a twenty two minute profile of kate cunningham. If you missed it and you're interested don't find it today. We will turn our attention to another prospect who seems like lot to go in the top five of the two thousand twenty one nba draft. His name is evan mobile. he's a seven foot center. Who averaged sixteen point four points. Eight point seven rebounds. Two point nine blocks in two point four assists in thirty three point nine minutes per game in his one season at usc shop fifty seven point eight percent from the field. He was the pac twelve player of the year freshman of the year and pac twelve defensive player of the year. He was a consensus second team. All american who led usc to the elite eight of the ncaa tournament. Most mock drafts have him second or third in this. Two thousand twenty one. nba draft. So let's start with this dead leg. Is evan mobely to you clearly. Unquestionably the best big in this rat. Yes i think. That is unquestionable. We agree. I mean at this point. How about this. How about this for a quick complica- compare him to a recent big one. He played against and was good against james wiseman to me mobilize more versatile player with the higher upside and a year ago in a weaker draft. Class what's interesting is wise men went second moby might wind up going second or third we mentioned in the previous partly sided. I don't think he's going to go. I in this draft because of centers. And how they're viewed and how their role is changing By the year but it is interesting like if you put mobile wiseman even knowing what wise. Men's out like a year ago i would have said the same thing i think i would still take mobely over wise men coming out of college and we agree on the sofa. If we agree there yes mobis got to be the best big available in this

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MLB Restart: Everything You Need to Know About Spring Training 2.0

ESPN Daily

04:54 min | 1 year ago

MLB Restart: Everything You Need to Know About Spring Training 2.0

"Jesse the day is finally here. Baseball players are reporting. Play Ball. I mean that's exactly what everyone is thinking. We're finally at a place where we can start watching baseball instead of just talking about Labor problems. Jesse Rogers covers baseball for ESPN. Jesse you've been covering mobis attempt to get restarted since they shut down and today. You've got this piece out on Spring Training two point zero David. Sean filled which you informed us. They're calling summer camp a lot of sense to it. There's a lot to cover, so let's start here. After weeks of contentious and ultimately failed negotiations between baseball, and the Players Association which we documented here. The League is finally implemented a sixty game season, which is set to start on July, twenty third or twenty fourth players are reporting two camps today in many cases of their home stadiums. What do you expect that scene to look like? Packing lots are going to turn into intake testing sites. I think that's the first thing we're GONNA. See obviously. Every stadium is different. Some will be accessible for fans or cameraman to shoot. Others will be. Accessing let's face it so to see a line of cars obviously throughout the day. For throughout the next couple of days, pulling in players are going to get tested, and then they're going to go back home for the next twenty four or forty hours whenever they are cleared to come back or if they have a positive test, they're gonNa, say stayed home. They're gonNA. have to go through some jump through some hurdles. Jump through some hoops. I should say before they can come back and start spring training two point, oh, or or summer camp as you mentioned so first and foremost. Is The testing outside the stadiums? Nobody's GonNa go down in the locker room in the clubhouse in the traders room and get tested because you're positive, the already potentially spreading it around you. There's been sort of names or numbers trickling out on baseball players like players in other sports testing positive starting today. Are we just going to get a wave of numbers of positive tests? You never know if we're get it today or twenty four forty eight hours from now because there is a lag time, basically the answer your question is yes. Some people think as many as one hundred fifty players are going to test positive. Now there's up to eighteen hundred players reporting so maybe one fifty doesn't sound like a lot of other people think it might be a lot less than that fifty to seventy five players, but there will be dozens of players testing positive. That is the expectation, and then of course those players have to be isolated before they could get back on the field. That involves being tested in coming up with negative tests twice over the span of twenty four hours to separate tests. And there's a couple of hurdles after that as well, but yeah, the expectation is there will be positive tests in an potentially in dozens or more in the coming days. So what happens when players either test negative or recover, and then they get in basically, what does a typical summer training day look like? One thing they're going to try to do is obviously social distance as much as they can. When the whole team has to be on the field, they have to be on the field, but they will do their best to stagger some workouts. A picture might throw separate from everyone else because that's the only thing he's doing that day, and then he leaves the park. Obviously, the game does provide. Provide some distance just in where they are situated situated on the field, unlike some of the other sports now during a game, there are moments where runner, obviously at first base is going to be next to that first baseman or what he slides into second base, and he's getting tagged, but the sport does lend itself to being socially distance as much as any other sport. That's out there. So this will be happening at home ballparks across the country correct. Yes they decided a few weeks ago to do this. That's where the teams want to do it. That's where the players want to do it. It turns out Arizona and Florida are spiking also. That's where spring training is held for all thirty teams, and it probably would not have been a good idea to be down there right now. Anyway, but players didn't want to go back there. In hundred degree he and being some sort of bubble. The League was trying to formulate. They said let's just do spring training at our home ballparks. Yes, we won't be able to play the other teams like we normally do in spring training early GonNa have intra squad games until the very end. Where maybe the cubs play the white sox dodgers play the angels. Mets play the Yankees, but for the most part. It's going to be just their team inside their home stadium.

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"mobis" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"mobis" Discussed on Insureblocks

"What I thought was was one of the first use cases that the that we would address moby? Now we tend to do we? Do we do what our members want remembers initially voted for some other use cases before we got to supply chain lower. Doing sorry we didn't do it a year ago but I actually think that it's a great use case. I think also concerning the problems. We're having all around the world with his current or virus. Where a lot of different industry? You have to switch suppliers because China being you know the epicenter of Connor virus but also the epicenter of manufacturing and round the world is something that is pushing companies to look at their supply chain more effectively and interestingly enough the aircraft industry has also been looking at how they can use blockchain from a supply. Chain supply chain efficiencies standpoint. But I wanted to discuss now a little bit about payments you know we discussed at the beginning of the podcast. And I'm aware Daimler for example has developed a mobility blockchain platform hardware car. Wallet Solution. What do you think of their initiative? And I are you looking to bring in day. Initiative for example within moby would love to bring in their initiative love to place were easier to be shared leveraged opened opened up to larger mass again. It gets back to that original question of. Where's the tipping born? You get there you get to scale and I think diner is actually many players both in the auto sector the tech sector our wallets and mobility teams platforms. I'd say that the best efforts they aren't with CODAN startups for really liked. The way they treated identities looked at added these vehicles. But I don't have the human being used a vehicles that companies are running services. These are some of the details differentiated laugh from some of the other. I've seen but the the fundamental wellness still saying. How do you scale developing this in the Individual Company? You're likely to be too small to make the standards for everybody and you have the additional problem of the People. You're trying to convince. Come onto your platform or your. Why would they come onto your platform coming on? Somebody's platform you know is it involves a number of of competitive in strategic risks. Right if you're forgetting blockchain from it if I have a platform and I'm trying to convince you might competitive from Altamont platform you're gonNA say absolutely not by Camonte Platform. You'll see my customers. You'll see my business model. You'll scrape data on pretty soon. You'll be competing with me. And in all the places where making money and and Jerry picking a customers in in a blockchain world there's some protection potentially for customers and application data and we actually talked this bill to a platform in moby. That's more intended for the community but just this problem of If a system if a platform is proprietary convincing others to go on is a really difficult or I think it's great bathroom. Appreciate the effort I think they. They may struggle to get industry. Now you've hit the nail regarding scale and also convincing your competitors to to join onboard is is always going to be an issue. I want to come back to the points we said at the beginning which was regarding you know Darpa Grand Challenge and Waymo because I understand that similar to the Darpa Grand Challenge. Moby also has its own grand challenges. Do you do you WanNa tell us a little bit about them. And what are their objectives so I stole the title Grand Challenge Obviously from Darpa version. We didn't have any man dollars. Two dollars fortunately. Very little and other people have competed for Brag Nego but we did get some some some great entries in and I think it opened people's eyes. I bet challenge was around was it was really pretty open. I guess just bring us anything that you think is interesting. That could be done on a blockchain that involves some ability and most of the entries involved a big tobacco ordination. Now where some really good entries cars mobility to note Lewis did did not one The Okinawa vacation guys did a really good on ams for infrastructure with But not a lot of the the face of the grand challenge one entries Were really focused on incentives and people and incentivizing this better greener smart city behavior urban mobility savior and so the second challenge more on that. How do you how? Years Incentives payments from the smart city to improve mobility. And so. That was another side of it. We got a lot of interest. First Time showing. How vehicles could coordinate with other vehicles autonomously We have a tuning solutions. We have solutions that reduce congestion.

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"mobis" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"mobis" Discussed on Insureblocks

"On the vehicles who the driver is what they're caracteristics are the the time of the day because Accidents come more or less probable depending on time of day its actual location because some parts of cities are more dangerous than others some intersections. There's a whole lot of things whether there's passengers liability the more data. You can get that are is relevant to the liability to the underwriting viability of the more valuable. It is for the insurance company so under they would much rather compete on their underwriting ability in general at least the better ones than their ability to have a commercial with a acute duck goose advertising their terms. Now that's the second group. The third was electric vehicle in grid integration and the problem. Bears are existing. Electricity grid is very very top down with electric cars plugging in a much more important to get information to the top. Which kind of distributed information processing problem and Electric Cars if they all plug in at the same time in the same block. I'll have the potential even a relatively few number of them the potential to bring down for some of the grid on the other hand they also provide storage fasting for the grid to help even blows and so that's an interesting use case. These were used the fourth one was data marketplace's connected vehicles and that's the one that really is looking at the use case that Trenton and gross we're talking about data for the fifth were on just guarded with splashing. Just getting started now on the six is finance securitisations mark contracts so each of these is working on one aspect of the problem or on setting standards or certain things that that these connected connect smart vehicles might be doing so it seems a lot of them revolve around identity supply chain payments and data market. So if let's start with the first one because everything essentially stars was identity how you're addressing the identity challenge. Are you looking at solutions like self-serving ideas and option a little bit more gave our ideas concepts? It probably originally developed in the context of people having their own identity toytown days and then being able to perhaps participate in banking system or system of property ownership that would otherwise be possible without crossing borders refugees as they generally relate people but Identity in a distributed system is just as important we we as people are pretty good at recognizing scams in in able to people transactions. It's not clear that machines are going to be very good at it at all right in other words when we get that email from the Nigerian prince who wants to give us a million dollars to arrange a simple cross border transaction. We know that that's probably a fraud And entered the bank account details. But it's not clear that machines are going to know when they get a request from another machine afford transaction As fraudulent probably will be kind of a war between attackers defenders in Phoenix. And the key to to making transactions work is having reliable identities so that you know who you're dealing with rank cartoon that everybody's seeing the dogs in front of the other they they be saying on the Internet. Nobody knows you're a dog. I need to know the dogs are in a machine to machine made in are referred to do things to distribute ways when she needs to know that the machine is trustworthy and identity is the foundation of now. We have an identity system for vehicles. Already right it's the Vin number which is a number of stamped metal on the engine. Storefront is a very physical thing oral. But what is the identity in a digital world now while in in a digital world identities or because it's easy to do things digitally much more much more easily than I. It is to do things with physical things and big blocks metal and so this is worthy idea. Digital twins comes out the more information you can couple with identity the more useful it because again these are so much more than just a number just for example people. When somebody asks who Chris who alitas. They don't just want to see a copy of a birth certificate. They Wanna now on where you live. Where'd you go to school? Which inabilities are what you could add guy trustworthy and a lot of other stuff? Nass what she really is a useful ideas and so we tried to do the same thing with the Clintons to be initially everything you knew about vehicle that was valuable when it left the factory so a birth certificate but so much more so our vehicle. Id has not only a specification about information that you might want to know but also addresses some of the issues about the WHO has the rights to create the original. I heard how does the original record get rated in a way that can be trusted by others? So it's a combination of of useful attributes. And and who has the the rights to specify the original record in that constitute state than the vehicle identity? Then the big like any project has one or two more phases. The first phase was really focus on. What's the vehicle? While leaves the factory second phase hour just going on now is focused on. How do you incorporate all the events happening vehicles light after leaves the factory? So how how? Many miles driven avid scheduled maintenance. Certified counterparts installed was involved in a serious accident. All of this stuff is relevant to the Value of the vehicle Ford. But you don't know at manufatures. So that's the second stage. And then you can think of supply chain is maybe pushing it backwards dressing the providence of all the parts that go into the vehicle and by the time you've done with supply chain one into a vehicle identity. What you have is a view of a vehicle that comes from the very startled this obliging parts are being and traces the assembly all the way through to the manufacturer to celebrate on everything that happens after so what you have is a cradle to grave identity that have also time and that is useful for others to know and do you think that that kind of digital identity wallet you know from the cradle to grave of that vehicle lay be able to act autonomously in terms of selling or trading its data but itself to other third parties long-term right at the time. Bill Dan and then as security so other parties can know who it is dealing with reputation spores and rotation values than you can transact any data you generate so yes. It's interesting question and it gets juice of who own the vehicle and benefit from it calms share owners won't be on my fleets Is it making a living off? Its environment itself in some sort of Thomas way or is it participating as part of a large organization exactly exactly because it is it comes back to the point about digital twins in analog world that vehicle has EISC a kind of a lifespan whiles in a digital world. You know it has a different one where it can interact with a number of identities effectively selling itself example. I have driven X. amount of miles you know in these kind of location it just a thirty nine. It could be interesting but I wanted to come to the to the next point regarding supply chain which I understand your earlier in your journey about for example we had speakers from trade lens and also John Kuyper founder of intuit is which I understand is part of of moby. How are you fostering projects around supply chain? And Are you leveraging? Some of the work that has already done by others in the space. So we're just getting supply chain grew up and running right. Now it's being jared on warmed W and It was something that was little upsetting to me. That we didn't get our supply chain Moby snatching up earlier. There is no I said that is I think. Supply chain is is one of the most important and most obvious and near-term use cases without without really large benefits for for the automotive industry Y SUPPLY CHAIN FOR. The automotive industry is incredibly complex. Somebody said that The automotive supply chain was the most complex artifact produced by man. And that may be true. If you think about the you know the number of arts that manufacturing might have to keep track of it might be fifty thousand or more many now since whoa into a single car they are. The Steps in assembly will back through the manufacturer on Tier Two tier three suppliers many more levels across multiple borders sometimes multiple times in the in the course of assembly the the The capital markets that supported supply chain themselves very efficient. You think about the flow of goods from the manufacturer of the nuts and bolts all the way through the assembly of the final car at every simple way. There's a payment that goes to reverse way it forms. A mirror image of the production process a process of capital by pushing capital back to the original in both sides of the physicals oblige hand the capital San Shimmering efficient paper-based enormous amount of waste and the suppliers to be shared amongst the are makers so there's an enormous amount of potential benefit. Here are makers to get together. Standardized things daughter-in-law blockchain Have identities cure identities parts have information data that can be shared.

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"mobis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"One way, I remembered, another maybe was creepy, but you're along for the ride, we know that you have to sell books, when you come out of nowhere, but Mobis headlights or running with word that he dated Natalie Portman. And somebody else went there, very, very young and that he mushroom stamp Donald Trump. Tipping. What was it called? Swiping or something like that was that called. That's where you in a party. Right. Something like that. Yeah. Like the way you're explaining very graphic way. You put it down. Mushroom tip tip. And you believe that he did that I don't believe any of its allies the fraud. So after he said that they dated and had these interactions, she said, I was surprised to hear that he characterized the very short time that I knew him is dating, because my recollection is a much older man, being creepy with me when I just graduated high school. Eighteen I believe so. Okay. Well, then you know what? Better go away before finds out that he came out of hiding, and he's going to beat him down with another lyric guilt bald headed. You know what you call them. Expect Donald Trump to do some chest beating after yesterday pretty much when Robert Mueller came out in, you know, verified what we all thought we knew for the Miller report while he kind of surprise the people this morning when he seemed to admit that Russia had helped him get elected. I, I don't think this is an ambition. I don't think he worded the way that he wanted to word it. I think this is just a case of him tweeting it before he thought, how is this going to come up? And that's exactly what happened the quote the tweet read that as far as Russia, helping me get elected. And then minutes later in question and answer session with reporters, he said, you know, who elected? I got me elected. Trump went onto blast Robert Muller as never-trumper and said that he shouldn't have been eligible for for the investigation because he had just turned him down for a job at the FBI. Is that what was stop touch? Yeah. Just saw that Joey put it up on TV. Think that's what we were calling. I don't think it is either. But it said. Play. Right. Came that nobody should nobody just like the white power. Oh, you hit you. White power now not. I saw that AO. See the Cortez. She she threw up the white power signal last night in her Instagram live. So I think that gets everybody off the hook because, you know, she's people should just stop paying attention to her. That's my that is my opinion on her. Sorry. He is good. And I think that might be the first time her name has come up on the Ps troll..

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"mobis" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Perpetrated on gun. Excuse me. Excuse me, kidding, folks, probably in the history of country. And somebody has to get to the bottom of it. Toady. Let's just play the game. What's Trump, the Trump tick game? So you try to just say something, you know, just true were relevant, anything climate change gives me excuse me. Excuse me. You know, you all know. People say. La, oh, should be proceeding apace with blowing up the entire planet that they're going to change the science of. Yeah. They're gonna change the science of their rather than. Yeah. Good times. Oh, by the way, I've become my friend, Mobis my neighbors, Mobis crisis counselor because he's been going through a rough time posted about how it's been affecting his health and business, and whatever, and he's posted apology, Natalie Portman. And there was a disagreement of, whether it was dating that they did, or with hand out or whatever, so. But anyway, he's lives a couple doors down. He's, he's an amazing activist for the environment and everything else. And so. He wrote me, he said he said the only way can make sense of all this happening. I have a huge platform, like even more people than usual are tuning into his social media because of, you know, as usual the celebrity stuff he did really heartfelt thing about the we are killing the planet. We are killing a million species going right, right extinct. The coral reef is disappearing the on and on. And he's like, well know platform to put this out there. It's just. They really are just a he is he's killing. He's killing me. It's not even just us, he's killing the entire okay. I've mentioned that are now. So I mean, he doesn't he doesn't care about anybody. Couldn't care less. Okay. What writer rob says won't let us see his taxes? His grades is health records is finances won't testify. Let anyone from his administration or family testify, this ignorant, lying, racist nurses, entire life has been one massive cover up. That's what people are saying. That's why Pelosi is good at knowing exactly what to Sean. She knows how to point right? And. No. I knew. Sleepy this morning. Okay. Larr. It's really still Monday. Monday. All morning long with these long weekends exhausted. No. But they were saying that's why she knows how to hit a nerve with him. You know. Yeah. Okay. Jacki Schechner super smart who was at the party was fantastic. She said, I have an idea maybe now that we have a pathological liar, as we shift the way we report news, instead of leading with Donald Trump says X we do research, sort out the facts and with Xs true what Trump says about something can be secondary. Yeah, it's really think this is about just beating down all of us in the media to just so inured to this constant lying in name, calling somebody else said, I refuse to report any of his ridiculous nicknames anymore. Just it's, it's just saw that, that tweet. Yeah. Plus waiting recycled nicknames. What we're not good enough for new ones, you lazy pestered crazy Nancy's Bernie. Let's see what was the other one who's neck seen buns. You know, maybe he could combine it and call you crazy low IQ. Stephanie miller. Ooh. That would be a benefit of being correct. The accurate. I got there first. Speaking of exceptionally high Q Representative, Maxine, you don't want. She is a smart enough. It's thunder stand numbers, like, for instance..

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Natalie Portman denies Moby's claims they dated

Michael Medved

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Natalie Portman denies Moby's claims they dated

"Natalie Portman actress, so Moby bragged in his book that he dated Natalie Portman at one point, he, he said, in kind of a humble brag, he said here, I was in my dressing room in this movie star was flirting with me. She claims she never flirted with them. He was creepy to her. She claimed he was a creepy older man who behaved inappropriately with her. He said, I was twenty she said in his book, he said he was thirty three and she was twenty. He said, I was twenty I definitely wasn't I was a teenager. I just turned eighteen there was no fact checking hammers publisher he goes on to say, no, no, they dated any says, I don't know why she would say such when we in fact dated, and we kissed under the trees at Harvard University, and he smuggled with her, and her dorm, and then once she fell asleep, he removed her arm and went back to his hotel. So I guess they didn't do anything more. Have you heard music? Poppy happy. He's do you who do you believe here? And is this another case of we were just talking about some guy will say, no, I was mentoring her, and I was being kind can be she said no use being creepy. They both have their own interpretation of this, Joe. Well, I think this sounds well, Mobis known vegan activist. So I think is lower testosterone affected his memory. Is real beta male moved to think I thought we were dating. Now, now she just being nice to you clown, used to play guitar in punk band called that can commandos. That's right. Yeah. Vatican. Yeah. If you really want it, look, I guess, this book, he had an interaction with Lana del Rey before she was famous, apparently trying to lure her back to his place to play the piano, and she shut him down. Really good. And even the expert he's like, I couldn't tell shoes, insulting me or not. It's like dude that verbally throwing a drink in your face. Well, tell you when you years ago, if you a rock musician and you got famous part of, you know, the fringe benefits of being a rock musician was young gals in coming back to your dressing room. I mean that's and Moby was trying to ride into that. But he's, you know, he's got admit the, he's the guy him and all his friends brought in this modern era. Yeah, but, you know, okay, fine groupies, but now, he's shooting, a little high with Natalie Portman, they're, you know, okay mic. So I think so of him, he said, I'm sure she was. But it doesn't mean she was sexually attracted to him, or even if she was it doesn't mean as I remember being twenty and you know, you could be attracted to a guy in his thirties, but, you know, doesn't mean you would hook up with him. That's like Super Bowl to old, I'm doing the math here. He said in his book, he was thirty three she was twenty and they dated and he talked about. She was twenty she was in my dressing room. She was flirting with me. She. She said I was young. I was barely eighteen fifty three. She's thirty seven. I'm doing the math here that sixteen years if he was thirty three she was seventeen. Even his own story where he gets to. So we were back to her dorm. No, not even your own recollections. It don't go back to the dorm when you're definitely thirty three year olds should not be going to the dorm Eero. Yeah. No. I mean today, really are like fifteen to completing that's a good point. You made though because I remember when I was in my twenties and someone who is thirty. You couldn't believe that they were spry enough to walk like you don't have any conception. Oh, yeah. There. I mean, come on, when you first in the city and you're working with other comics. And you think in yourself how old is guy like thirty? Yeah, you still at it. He's real. Meanwhile, cut to me, I'm like, you know. Late thirties. And I'm still going, I finally get by get booked on Conan. I was like

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"mobis" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio all throughout the day. There is no telling ever, what is going to fill. Billy with rage. It can be anything. And park at the park on. No. Once a year is plenty more than enough. He's right if anything. All right. If you can't make it to bark at the park, take your dog next year. If you love your dog so much, and dogs, ate it, okay. Every this park at the pork is miserable. They're laying down. You don't gets more board of baseball games in humans dogs. All right. There's no dog who's into a baseball game at all. It's just to take pictures to put on Instagram and get likes. That's all you're doing. Plus, you know, a dog's got hit by a foul ball that can't be safe for a dog. As for any of us baseball, just foul ball screaming foul balls. The crime dog. So I wanted to get to some Moby news. I wanted to get to this, but Mike, I'm not kidding you. Okay. I want you to juxtaposed these things. All right. One is Stephen a Smith and he won't mention who is coming after but rest assured he is going to bury that person just not going to do it publicly. He does he handles these things privately and he handles them directly, and he handles them with people. They will say to my face eat them alive, eat them alive. And so he goes looking for faces waiting for them to say in his face and those faces do not, and those faces when they belong to John wall hide in the locker room. And Kevin Durant. Once Stephen a Smith. He said he doesn't want these problems. Kevin Durant said, okay. You're right. I don't believe John wall tours achilles running away from Stephen. Okay. This a hint a hand come on. Take give you hint because I wanna juxtaposed that, that way of being a journalist with what's to gots just said to me during the break, which is raised a sausage finger at Maine. He said, Dan, you watch because he's going up to do around the horn this week from Washington, he's like you watch, I'm going to get will. And then the next sentence was, I'm gonna fart in his PTI chair. I'm going to sit in this chair and I'm gonna. So you judge the POS. Those two things in terms of confronting people who've set things about you. He has it sat in that seat about a year to have, and that is not going to stop me from sitting in. That's eaten Martin in it. Seton, arizona. What is the Moby news Mobis being accused of being a creeper? Okay. So in his new book, and Mobis said who's Moby Mobis DJ that was very popular. Oh, good point. Because he's like twenty years pastime that Moby was it kids Moby was it? It's not a whale. He's a DJ is Moby, the original of did he bring in the, the advent of the DJ as talent was mobile. The one who I mean largely did that in the nineties, or was there someone else? Josiah. Oh, dear God and two dollars to. That's it's. Any who Moby in his book, said that he dated Natalie Portman now? I don't know this is very of its time. But now the Portman for me guys grew up in that now departments might number one time. And this number one all time really growing up. Yeah. Just Queen on Madala gorgeous. I love now reporting she is gorgeous. But number one, this is Moby suffice to say just me out kicking his coverage saying that he dated now a Portman. But Moby was the DJ now deportment infamously a big time music fan. So you could see how this could happen. He looks like Henry Abbott little pet. That is so true, shrunken Henry Abbott that is that is that is so good. That is exactly what he looks like put on the gear mo- does mobe the DJ look like shrunken, Henry. So now the Portman has denied what Moby said in the book, which is that the two briefly dated, she characterise Moby is creepy. And then says that they only hung out a handful of time before he realized that he was an older man who is interested in me away that felt inappropriate to which Moby has now gone to Instagram to back up his claims in his book..

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"mobis" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"And he's Mobis like like, it was it was it was it was weird again going back to what we're talking about the idea. It's a different crew that people that are over Mobis house are like they're artists and they're poets. And they're like, they're thawing Ernest peo-, I to think about like if your daughter's missing, and you're like, well, if I don't go to Mobis house party than the Napper's you win I need to get out and just working, and you know, what I did have a picture of her that I would show around the audience like, you know, so like how many people? Thirty people. You know, it wasn't very small room. You know? But yeah, I do think as I've gotten older, I think that's one of the things that you always are kind of thinking about like, okay? That's like good for adults one. That's like for comedy central. That's like good from. And it's like talking about going back to veep earlier. We're talking about that fucking that show. It's like it's like a comedy. But it's hard. It's like, yeah. It's just what connects with people in like often time the best comedy, you go, Mr. show, whatever like it doesn't connect with people because it's not for most people three requisites. Like, my big brain opening moment was like, I forget, why the context in the orbit of like some some studio that makes movies or movies, and I saw their roster of like, and this is very profitable like this company, even like potentially going to do for them like his potential work. They're super successful roster movies awful like movies. I've never heard of and stuff. And I really like I learned that. Pretty much only make money outside of America. But it's like these movies that are translated into like Arabic still make sense with like terrible dialogues all like I need to go to the building. It's yeah. That's the movies that do well that like make sense in Iraq right now. I mean, the the business of entertainment, but it's like, but that's what you need now to make a movie to get money for a movie. It's like the reason why like transformers ironman have specifically shot scenes in China with Chinese stars. You don't even see in the states because it's like, no, no, we need like that twenty five million dollars extra like a big special scene. Yeah. I mean, I didn't know did numbers. I thought like. Number was did number. It's good rules Fain. Insane. The movie opens up with Nicole Kidman and fuck and try it. It's like. It's like you could probably get like like, thirty minutes out of it and would still be okay..

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"mobis" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Just wait. There will be a little bit. Something to read here. I went to the Mola change today in this guy asked me about the weather and then went deep into conspiracy theory. Yeah. Like in. I'll he's you know, we we started just like it wasn't. Hey, man. You know, good thing any reason that you. Yeah. Yesterday was yesterday was real real blue and sunny issue was he's like, but you notice today how is not. This is Texas January. Oh, man that you actually look at the weather. The you have a weather app. Do did you did you look at it yesterday? And I said, no, I didn't pay attention like you, apparently because you deep with that just tell me. Yeah. But he was talking about. Cuisine. What it is just? Oh, kill me. Not all. As a car behind me waiting. You can't go yet. Wake you up. Yes. Shit. She won't be Malcolm X -cause like a more. The blue. Yeah. Whatever said morpheus Mobis. That move the puck out the way, let me go. No he's talking about yesterday. You looked day was supposed to be sunny too. But you look up is gray out here. And I'm like, yeah. Okay. That's again, Texas weather. He's like. Oh, man on all they put all kind of. All you taking your money to ruining your health, man. Did you notice how the government and I'm serious? I'm not making this shit up. You notice how we in a government shutdown right now. Yes. Liam, no, please. Tell me. What? What are you going? Like, if you notice you newest jetzt going, by and streams still up down Kim trail, right? Unlike the Chem trails, and he's he's actually man. Say. In my car drive off. And he just like he really like me, and I'm just gonna call. Yes. What are we going? Hold on. What about? What about your job auto work? Car. Woke up new roommate was talking about how the weather changes all of a sudden because of the chemicals and shouldn't up in the air because as jets going by the government really shutdown say it's all conspiracy. This is this the one time I must say this. And I really mean, no disrespect you change oil. He worked. You. Here gave me my receipt. And if you know what? That book and make sure he has a captive audience. Like, you ain't leaving place into you, get an education. It's got your vehicle. Yeah. He gave up another. Until you to let you. That. Change oil hill..

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"mobis" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"Josh Garrett from Moby he's been on the show before and I'm at him back after reading moguls and. Ounce -ment around new software product features are actually going to enhance enterprise, mobility, enablement integration and orchestration. What strikes me about these new products? They offer on precedent at one touch control of mobility management programs to increase business, visibility control and cost savings, unless be honest, the enterprise landscape is exploding and evolving the moment, but we can thank the introduction of new devices capabilities abroad, adoption, those nontraditional mobile and points by businesses. Not my words there the words of just Garrett president and co founder of mobiles coming back on today. And he also said one new technology is dramatically improving the way we work. He's also incredibly complicated for businesses to manage profitability, especially when it comes to deploying and managing devices under its virtual roof. And for those reasons alone Moby is constantly evolving. And trying to stay one step ahead of these changes to sci-fi their customers mobile in management needs enough of me speaking, Joshua. Words there. Let's get him back on the show so book and hold on tight as I meal is all the way to Indianapolis. So we can speak with Josh Garrett from Moby. What a massive warm. Welcome back to the show. Josh we way back on episode two hundred ninety five in July twenty seventeen and I suspect that we've had a few listeners since then. So can you just tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. Reasonable. Back. So thank you. My name's Josh Garrett. I serve as president CEO of Moby. Am also co-founder we were back in in two thousand nine in Indianapolis, Indiana here in the states. Everything from a from a connected device standpoint. After the sale happens all of the transition implementation in post sales support roles up through my organizations that you've been incredibly busy since we last spoke have been a number of announcement. So that's one of the great reasons to get you back on and have a bit of a catch up tonight. But most recently, you and apps new place to your software product, I'm connecting all mobile technologies and third party integrations with one central system can you expand on in how the enterprise landscape is exploding and evolving with introduction of all these new devices capabilities and broader adoption of nontraditional mobile and points by businesses because it's incredibly complex place to be quite daunting for businesses at the moment, isn't it? It certainly can be. Serve pivoted in terms of our messaging because the exactly what you described there in terms of it not as being mobile technologies, but we we know referred to connected devices. And and the reason for that is customers have been asking it to manage all these what we would consider a non traditional device things like wearables, laptops, printers. Rugged devices, even even things like drones, and and VR systems, and so, you know, not all necessarily mobility related terms of having a carrier, but a certainly connected to

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Introducing MOBIs Family of Mobots & New Software Product Features

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Introducing MOBIs Family of Mobots & New Software Product Features

"Josh Garrett from Moby he's been on the show before and I'm at him back after reading moguls and. Ounce -ment around new software product features are actually going to enhance enterprise, mobility, enablement integration and orchestration. What strikes me about these new products? They offer on precedent at one touch control of mobility management programs to increase business, visibility control and cost savings, unless be honest, the enterprise landscape is exploding and evolving the moment, but we can thank the introduction of new devices capabilities abroad, adoption, those nontraditional mobile and points by businesses. Not my words there the words of just Garrett president and co founder of mobiles coming back on today. And he also said one new technology is dramatically improving the way we work. He's also incredibly complicated for businesses to manage profitability, especially when it comes to deploying and managing devices under its virtual roof. And for those reasons alone Moby is constantly evolving. And trying to stay one step ahead of these changes to sci-fi their customers mobile in management needs enough of me speaking, Joshua. Words there. Let's get him back on the show so book and hold on tight as I meal is all the way to Indianapolis. So we can speak with Josh Garrett from Moby. What a massive warm. Welcome back to the show. Josh we way back on episode two hundred ninety five in July twenty seventeen and I suspect that we've had a few listeners since then. So can you just tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. Reasonable. Back. So thank you. My name's Josh Garrett. I serve as president CEO of Moby. Am also co-founder we were back in in two thousand nine in Indianapolis, Indiana here in the states. Everything from a from a connected device standpoint. After the sale happens all of the transition implementation in post sales support roles up through my organizations that you've been incredibly busy since we last spoke have been a number of announcement. So that's one of the great reasons to get you back on and have a bit of a catch up tonight. But most recently, you and apps new place to your software product, I'm connecting all mobile technologies and third party integrations with one central system can you expand on in how the enterprise landscape is exploding and evolving with introduction of all these new devices capabilities and broader adoption of nontraditional mobile and points by businesses because it's incredibly complex place to be quite daunting for businesses at the moment, isn't it? It certainly can be. Serve pivoted in terms of our messaging because the exactly what you described there in terms of it not as being mobile technologies, but we we know referred to connected devices. And and the reason for that is customers have been asking it to manage all these what we would consider a non traditional device things like wearables, laptops, printers. Rugged devices, even even things like drones, and and VR systems, and so, you know, not all necessarily mobility related terms of having a carrier, but a certainly connected to

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"mobis" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Slash j are I'm not get credit facilities orders and get Mogas Mobis and I think if seriously, I think you were support. So we're going to watch the w network and why the hell not do the our league. So we asked and thank you. You don't TV this week, the major televisions of, you know, on the WWE side of things, raw smackdown to me, they were completely overwhelmed by Roman reigns announcement on Monday night that he was suffering from leukaemia. Is we're sometimes in our lies in wrestling where we think we've seen everything. Something pops are something comes along. Once or twice in a career, maybe once in a lifetime, the creation event or a moment that can't be replicated with auditions and scripts and rehearsals, and walk throughs, things of that nature. The fact that WWE allowed Roman to come to the rain and make this announcement in his own words and assure you they were in his own words. I thought it was very admirable. I think fans loved that. We talked about the behind the scenes, things documentaries, and all the great things on the w network. And there are, but man or man when a guy can walk out there without a script speak from his heart of something so serious as leukemia. I didn't know Roman suffer from that illness. He's been badly eleven years. We all have been touched by cancer, some shape, former fashion. It's a bad ass. Fisa businessman. And everything that we can do like the Susan G Komen foundation for breast cancer, we should do. He don't up here and there be volunteer, find ways to help. It's important. So all we can really do is hope and pray in our own way and our methology our own our religious beliefs, whatever they may or may not be and sin posit thoughts. They're brave, young husband, the father. He's daddy other people, you know. He's daddy and daddy sick, so we can only hope and pray that daddy gets well. And I think that he will. I really believe that he will great DNA gray heart, great passion if he will his way to to to good health with today's medicine and his his ability to push forward in the face of every adversity and that ladies Jalen most importantly. Is what so my mind. Geise gals. I'm very happy that to k nineteen one of our.

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"mobis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So there's a slight trade off between speed and more storage and just the increase in the complexity of your database because you're adding in this new data structure. Actually, it's really the right, the key. You're hitting the nail on the head. The key thing that the key trade off with index is is you start paying a right penalty. You know, Deby's strongly consisted database meeting. If I running a query and it served by index, the index will always serve a query for for the latest view of the data index will never store like a view of the data that hasn't yet become updated yet. It's not eventually consistent as a result indexes are on the critical path to rights. So if you have you hit the nail that had, it's not uncommon where you see someone who has like twenty fields in their documents, and they'll have like all twenty feels indexed and that that is something that definitely can be that kind of rookie mistake where you might think that that makes sense. But then every time you're doing a right or an update, your potentially having to not just update one place on disk, but if you're actively updating twenty places on disk, so this, there's this amplification of the right I o required, which absolutely slows things down. Why is that? Can't you update the index, a synchronous -ly from updating the actual field that you're writing too. So you could do that. But then what's happening is in order to in order to use the index and provide a consistent result, you have to confirm whether or not the index is indeed the latest date or not. So you're paying that penalty somewhere where you either have to go check with the documents current state to see if the index view is the current state. The alternative is. Actually say it's not uncommon for people to say, I don't need consistency. I'm happy to have a surge engine. You know, a lot of folks will use search engines that are fundamentally eventually consistent. 'cause you're pushing your data out your operational data store into a search engine. And a lot of the times folks will say, that's okay. You know, for the most part, I'm fine with that. So it's just a different tradeoff, but in inside the core operational database at this time, anyway, mom does not offer that eventually consistent indexing model. So that consistency train off here is if there's a field that I write to that has an index defined over it. And as I write to my to that document, if somebody looks, does a look up for that same object by that index and the look up in that index is not locked, then they might get a read of data that is now stale because my right has not finished. So they're going. To read stale. The question is either gonna read stale data, or they're going to have to wait until both the document itself and the index that tracks that all those documents that are associated with that index gets fully updated. So you have a trade off in consistency versus time. They're here the nomad. This is of course why, if you kind of look way down in the stack with the very bottom of a database stack is typically a storage engine. And this is why storage under such just critical part of what makes database. If you look back at Mobis history, probably for the first I'm going to call it five or even six years among it'd be that the built in storage engine which was called 'em Matvey one. It was probably not the strongest part of the database, and I think nobody would think it was. You know, monkey was built with great, high availability, distributed systems capabilities, replication charting, but the storage engine. In those first few years of Moby, fundamentally a lot of people who tried manga to be in those days..

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"mobis" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Back To Back

"Yeah. Moby put that together Mobis idea and year. Mobile, though that vision to put incredible lineup together, and I looking back at it was successful in in a lotta wise fantastic lineup, different genres of music, great production, wonderful set up a great bus tool for America, but may a little too early for the consumer one Amine by he's in Europe. People will ready aware of these kind of tours and festivals, which were Malti staged, multi different cover, different kinds of artists in America. They weren't. You go to, you know, you go to rock festival world or hip hop. I, there was, you know, here we're all together one, and, and so air area to the second year was the work for them and then I stopped it. I think if you'd starting now. I was gonna say, I mean, now you're almost seeing that blueprint being followed cello. I mean Coachella and I mean, I think it's commonplace now to see, say race, remers, headlining next to dip blow or something like that, I guess to just wrap it all up one sort of burning question for me and I wanted to take this opportunity because you've had such a long career doing this now, and this is something I think anybody in the music industry struggles at a certain point, but for you, were there any points in your career where you felt like you lost your way or any? You know, I'm curious about the the low moments or the times where you felt like maybe this isn't going to work out or maybe this is the end? Maybe my run is done. No, yes. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, you know, of course you have moments where you doubt yourself. Look, I'll give you a perfect some. So for many, many years, the leader under the umbrella over lecture on news, the leading sound was Trump's trance was massive. Yeah. We would've sound of the mind stike and then I started to the production was coming out was to get cheesier and cheesier and became a foam at and it be an I. I lost interest in sound because it was just the same old crap and he showed because it suddenly in America so-called ADM really head entrance, went from being the main sound to being pushed over to the side, and then you add the explosion of idiom. Then you had the reeks Persian of house music, so pushed Trump even fervor to the side and then take knowing them in Europe is huge. So now we're now we've gone from mainstays to all the way down on the ROY and side on this little state went down there and then you start to reevaluate. I think well, is this the end of my sound? I'm what do I want to do? Do I want to quickly scramble over tha that sound being played on the main state and be one of those deejays that jumped ship and now or do I stick to my beliefs to be honest with myself and go, okay, we'll now, you know, I'm going to. I'm going to do on grey doing and and and that's okay. You know, you can't. You can't be that number one person forever, especially in the in the DJ. When you vote in number one DJ world, there's only one way to go down. Yeah. 'cause you're there for a few years, and then you're doing everything the power which is just naturally people do to stay at number, and I'm sure you start second guessing yourself and analyzing every you will you team management EV, you know, they do. You go to any known, easy to do, but you have to come to terms and go, you know, well, so you know, I'm a Marai, can you know, this is what I do, and I'm good at doing it and it's fine. People want now wanna hear EDM more. They want the umbrellas big enough and we can only under a more were where it is, what it is. So those moments are difficult to deal with when suddenly you're the main acts on the main stage for many, many years now and suddenly you're pushed to the right and enforce stages down and you what just happened, but that's cool. What's life? This has been amazing. I have so many more questions, but I hope we can come back in a year apart. Thank you and good luck with Australia..

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"mobis" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's bullseye. I'm Jesse thorn. Here's some career advice for you. I'm not going to charge. You're gonna have dumb ideas, no matter what you do and when you do, you're probably going to hear a voice telling you that the idea is so dumb, you should definitely not do it. So anyway, here's my two cents. If you love your dumb idea enough, ignore that voice. Do the stupid idea guy brand the comedian and host of the podcast pop rocket, has his own TV show. It's called talk show the game show. And when the show first started, he went through that exact same kind of debt. He had a great guest lined up Moby. The electron musician. He wanted to take Moby hunting. And since Moby is an outspoken vegan, why not make him hunt? Tofu. My my executive producer was essentially like guy. I don't know about this. Maybe we should just do some music. Trivia thing with him. We're putting an entire segment on Mobis comedy skills. Do you really think we should. And I was like we, but we put so much effort into it. We hung say Thanh in Tempe in Bush's and I was so uncertain about how the entire show was going to go in the moment. I handed that Nerf gun to Moby and then a fifty one year old man bounced around like a child shooting tofu skins out of the sky. It was magnificent. And from that moment on, I knew that things would be good. I think we've all had that moment handing a Nerf gun to Moby. It's bullseye..

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"mobis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Oppressed all I smoke today and he's like Jesus Christ enough. As street. Somebody break into like Mobis house and he took care of them or something. What. Moby lived. Up at a place called the wolf slayer. I think of the top like collard how my always my favorite house lake Hollywood and Hollywood land, and beechwood canyon, all the kinds of them to view up in. Yes. If Moby lives in the wolf slayer up there, you know he's drinking absinthe. Yes, ghoulish well, he probably was, but there was this eight max Batu like eight years ago where some like homeless guy, a runaway kid or something like brought busted in Mobis, big, rented house and Moby kinda. Yeah. Because it's like the opposite. So you've got Moby and then Eddie. Eddie Murphy's joke routine about Michael Jackson being a bad ass. You know, karate guy in behind the wheel face. The only around is going to be like Bruce Willis and Clint Eastwood. It'd be like complete actor pussies. Lawyer. So man, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Some guy was really high, like broken or stumbled into Mobis house in Moby, took care of it when you said, took care of them. That's my made the hurry village a joke. I thought he like beauty beat his ass. You gave you gave the guy a sweatshirt and sent him on his way to get some breakfast. There you go. Somewhere or something doesn't is his Los Angeles home. Yeah. In the John Lennon documentary from twenty five thirty years thirty years ago, at least where guy a a very out of it, dude stumbles into his mansion and call the cops air, you hungry, anything. It was genuine dude at up. George Harrison, try that shit too. Did not work out well stab, the whole bunch of times his injury hall. So it's kind of to like, I feel like if you're talking to Beatles, hold on, is this a good idea or bad idea. Goat. No fucking. Why are you let that person it'd be like, what. Good experience. Yeah, one was a tact and stabbed viciously and the other had a new best friend. A lot of range in Beatles in harm's of crazy people wandering into their mansion charity to break the tie, go to Ringo's place. It's always weird when there's little to no security always talking about these guys, celebrity role in deep, put their Pasi and stuff like walked into the house, took all the jewelry. Actually, he's got Alaska was hanging out with Arnold. Schwarzenegger's bodyguard, really. I know the guy was huge, an awesome dude and we were fishing for Atlanta. We were doing stuff with black bears doing this filming, and I'm like, why? How? How would you think about it? If you wanted to make a name for yourself, you're going to take somebody out. You go after the big huge Arnold Schwarzenegger somebody like that. That's why bodyguard this did was was massive himself Moby does live and wolf slayer up top of coolest. House ever feel like architecture, whatever toured it once when it was for sale a million years ago just to see it. It's kinda jacked up inside. It's broken off and it's kinda weird, but this crazy like you look out your kitchen window. It's Hollywood sign like right there lake Hollywood over there. It's crazy from the from the twenties Hollywood architecture at its best. It's just that the top you go, beechwood came and tell you like done going up into it canyon and and there it is a funky funky castle. And the views from there just dramatic and unbelievable, and speaking of getting out and hitting the trail, that's sort of those fire trails and horse trails and stuff like that. They all kind of start right at his house, and they just go out and around. So say, hi to Moby, get high drops and peyote. Let me tell you about gyco everyone's got the to do list swing by Mobis house at high. Pick up the milk. Put out the dog. Taking the cat about you add save hundreds of dollars car insurance. You don't have to go anywhere. Just go to Geico dot com. Fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more insurance, but that extra money and you pocket..

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"mobis" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on Newsmakers

"So they did recommend that that process be standardized i we've talked before on this podcast when the whole pine tar issue came up foreign substances on balls this is all kind of in the same conversation where mobis experimented with a a prototype ball during spring training with attack your texture that maybe could replace the current ball and have more of a you know a standard standardized ball where you know you don't you don't require that mud application and maybe don't require the use of tar to improve your spin rate so so again these are all interesting scientific discussions but you know for me i guess we feel a little bit better that we have some explanation as to what has gone on the last couple years because the rise in home runs is certainly been stark and i mentioned we have justin verlander on the podcast and a little bit we didn't get into it and the podcast interview with him and i were just kinda talking beforehand because he had not yet seen this report and i was kind of giving him the rundown because there's a guy who has been very vocal in the last couple years about the ball as you'd expect a pitcher to be especially a fly ball pitcher and he felt a little vindication that yes the ball is different something is different with the ball rather and he said you know bottom line for him has him is just their records being broken there are things happening that we've never seen before as far as homerun rates go and he just wants those records to mean something and he wants to understand the context behind them and i think i think thursday was an important day for that yeah you know i have a couple of stories about the mud you'll go into the empire's room before game when i was covering the orioles in the eighties and the homeplate unpire would be he just be chatting with him in he just be a rubbing up the baseball's for that night and there were all there is always a discussion of the mud how much mud was applied how much mud in a night game how much is too much in all that in what we what we have to understand is that these guys who play this game.

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"mobis" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I'm great it is lovely now chris sends his regards he's very sore he couldn't be here things he wanted to discuss with you only mostly about liverpool football club i should imagine yes indeed believe that did come out now you may be able to help me need him with football related conundrum okay so now i know nothing about football but my understanding is there is a thing on tuesday an important thing massive so we are in the semifinals of the champions league and we're playing rome and what's interesting for me of us and this is how superstitious i am i've just been doing julius caesar in at the bridge theatre here in london and it's a molten production know obviously set in rome but it's very modern yeah so i had this great idea ages and ages ago before we even started rehearsals that my character whose starts in a bit of a traxi he should wear an ac roma so i wrote off store i got it i got the tall on the back ahead stenciled mark antony which was my characters name mobis and once we drew romer in the semifinal i had four shows to do and i couldn't learn couldn't monitoring was the was the top white you wandering the top anymore i just can't and they didn't know what i was talking about and there was one other guy in the production is liverpool fund and he he's the person who got it there was no econ weather help calloway so that was a so i i'm deeply worried about it's about i'm very pessimistic football so you know we we had mine sister city in the last ron and i was a little bit worried about that but we got through them.

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"mobis" Discussed on DLC

DLC

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on DLC

"There are definitely mobis goal have never felt more real like like that the godfather could i i tried to get out and they pulled me back in absolutely unsteady amazing r i was very curious about that and i i'm a free she should give me some insight um my story of the week i think probably would have been out paradise because i'm super excited about that but i wanna talk a little bit about this sonic the hedgehog movie which we got confirmation of this has been swirling around for a little while now as different production companies and deals and and creators have been attached and it fell through and now it looks like it's really happening italy's it really happening it has a release date be sonic the hedgehog movie is set to release november 15th of 2019 so over a year away but that's the day they've they've put their flag in the in the sand there and we don't really know too much about it we know that it is going to be a coproduction between sega and paramount pictures and that it will be a combination of live action and cgi and action just like you want to dig out your let us get again later than versions of the chipmunks live action movies but with two sonic heads you know gift on there and it work apparently thumb excited let's sounds like you're not into this idea i i hope i'm wrong but yes no i'm i'm not i'm not into this what i've heard of it i'm not super excited but i hope i'm wrong hope it saanich mania spend ashes its way into my heart because i am a model i'm cautiously nominating cautiously optimistic i i'm result my feelings are i'm very reserved about this i don't i haven't liked much of the animated sonic i know some people love civil the cartoons but it is just not for has not been for me.

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"mobis" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mobis" Discussed on The Watch

"In the late 90s early 2000s and we were working for magazines listening to sumers wanted wh websites and we rosier super junk near like the the dream is that there's this like 360 execution of these ideas oda you can put something in the magazine and that that the website would somehow bolster is how i ended up with a guy with a handy cam at mobis apartment right in little italy great at like eight pm on tuesday will he's trying to go out partying but we we have to like film his book collections right and you through buttress the cover story and that's the thing is is that it starts out with the best intentions and then what happens is you get something like agents of shield where i think when they started that show they were like what if we were the connective tissue between all mortar was last and it is late in the actually it's quite difficult to get these major movie stars to show up in an abc show and you know it basically begs the question why have its own story if the story is just their to make sure that german works yet also um the the behind the scenes part of this and this will definitely come into play with star wars although it does appear that kathleen kennedy who runs a lucasfilm now for disney has bit had enough runway to maybe prepare for it in a different way the the divisions within a franchise at these companies don't always get along marvel tv and marvel movies famously do not do not care long ron maybe that's change slightly now but that was a huge part of the reorganization the kevin feige basic basically could be like now yeah and that's why in humans went from the movie scheduled to the tv schedule clinton and we just saw something i another failure of this was dark tower which they thought reagan it'd be a feature a television series and then a feature to end it and uh they they couldn't pulled out managed to end it with one feature yeah exactly so that was something that they have been waiting and trying to make for twenty years so i just think that if you eat star was universe to its credit you could make a show just set on one play.

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