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Kadri extends point streak, Avs top Ducks 5-2 for 6th in row
"Colorado won its sixth consecutive game besting the ducks five to two during the streak the avalanche of scored thirty six goals all while missing superstar Nathan mackinnon captain Gabriel Landeskog coming out of our zone with speed and and and also we do that and play fast draw some penalties and apart please been a lot better last six seven games yes took the lead for good at two one in the second period on a redirect by Alex new hook the game took a bizarre twist when Colorado goalie Darcy Kemper twice had to exit because of a malfunction with the blade on one of his skates with the victory Jared Bednar past Bob Hartley is the winningest coach in avalanche franchise history Bruce Morton Denver
"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"So you know the thing that we the thing that we have to get back to Nathan. The thing that we have not seen, though, is any real conversation about what his treatment has looked like. So he told Ethan, I don't remember what the time frame was of how long before he told isa he had gotten that diagnosis. But we don't know anything about like, is he working with the therapist? Is he on medication? And we also, at least at this point, I think can kind of be certain or at least a good guess that Issa may be the only one and maybe Andrew who we really haven't seen or have not seen at all this season are the only ones who know about this diagnosis. And so, you know, we hear Nathan say like I want people to see me for who I am now, not who I was then. But he actually hasn't told his cousin in his wife about what is happening, right? And so he hasn't informed them. And I think that's because he doesn't see them the way they are now. What do you mean? Ironically enough. They kicked you out of the house. And you won't be vulnerable enough to be like, hey, this is what was going on at that time. I don't know that he feels like they fostered a sense that a space that allows him to be vulnerable either. Yeah. So I guess I'm just like, well, you want them to see you differently, but you know, there's really been no new influent. I mean, isa didn't even know that these people lived here. And they visited. So, that means that you have not been visiting with him. And certainly not visiting with him in a way that you talk about it. And maybe they were avoiding him as much as he was avoiding them or what have you because, you know, all this lovely water on the fridge? Yeah. You make a good point there. Yeah, and it seems like again what Nathan thinks he's communicating is not actually what's being communicated because they're not actually talking. So in my mind, it feels like maybe he invited the cousin and his wife to this barbecue or whatever to show that he's reliable now, right? Like I got my stuff together. And so now they will just see that I'm different and not flaky, quote unquote, like I was when I live with them. So is there anything else that we haven't covered on this idea of not being able to change how other people perceive us? Because Nathan, I think says that a couple of times in this episode and Issa agrees. Like this idea that you might be a new person, but other people might not see you that way. Or they're a suggestions you have around how to reconcile this past you with this present you. Honestly, the part where Issa said about waiting for the other shoe to drop. I was just like, if that ain't your past self in your current self yelling, one of the Spider-Man meme. Hard..
"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"And I think that when we are not intentional, we fall back into patterns of communication that may be not have served us well in the past, but certainly are the patterns of communication in which we have been taught we're supposed to be in when we are looking for a specific type of situation. So I think it's both them, they didn't know how to pivot and they didn't know how to say it to the other and whether or not the other would be receptive to the pivot that they were wanting to make. Yeah, I mean, because clearly, you know, isa was ready to invite, you know, more than just a friendship when she asked him to spend the night, but there had been no communication. So we see him come over expecting kind of just show up as in the front space. And she is, you know, of course, now open some more. Now, I do think though it is also important to think about given how we saw Nathan behave before with just the ghosting, I would imagine that him being gone that next morning woke that back up for Issa. Like, oh God, here we go again. But I'm wondering, you know, how could Nathan have supported Issa from a friendship angle when she clearly was upset that night?.
'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’
"One more note here is we're watching the Kenosha trial of Kyle rittenhouse. Remember the Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandman who won millions of dollars from the mainstream media, one of the few people I've ever seen to take on the beast and he won. By the way, that kid get all that money? 'cause it was like 20 some $1 million. Is that kid walking around with like $27 million in his bank account? He filed defamation lawsuits as you'll recall against CNN, Washington Post NBC for out of context portrayals of the then 16 year old student, appearing to mock the Native American Nathan Phillips. He won like millions. Well, Nicholas Sandman is saying that Kyle rittenhouse should do the same that he did and filed a defamation suit against the media beast. Maybe a couple of maybe a couple of rich kids thanks to the mainstream media
Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'
"All right, over the weekend something really cool happened, everybody. At turning point USA, our amazing productions team won an Emmy. That's right, you heard that right for our original production a long walk in socialism, regional Emmy Award, cultural topical documentary, turning point USA productions. I never thought I'd actually have an Emmy in my hands. And, you know, what they deserve a lot of credit, they do some great work and they do a great job and I'm so proud of our team at turning point USA. They work so hard and I can tell you that they really are the best production team in the entire movement. I want to play a short clip from this, I want to say congratulations. They deserve all the credit. And let's play cut 23, just a short clip from the now Emmy Award winning documentary it's unbelievable long walk in socialism play tape. In these United States of America, we American Indians we can be anything we want to be. Except American Indians. Want to see an example of their socialism. Go to an Indian reservation. It is one of the most powerful documentaries about domestic socialism, and I want to just congratulate Jo stone, Nathan lada, Josh Dillard, Robert baum, and also Marcus Fatima, who was really kind of at the helm in the midst of all of that. So congratulations, guys, and now I get to have an Emmy in my hands that I did not earn, but I am proud
Julie Kelly, Senior Contributor for American Greatness, Describes Biden's Political Prison
"Welcome back to one on one with American greatnesses, Julie Kelly. Julie, let's break down some of the cases. We have this incredible long thread here on Twitter from the attorney for Nathan de grave. I heard some awful stories when you did an interview with my colleague dinesh de Souza on his podcast. When he talked to us about to give some examples, but put some names to these political prisoners. And isn't there one? Where this person is in prison and they've extended the trial date. He hasn't even been arraigned to what is it somewhere in March of next year, Julie give us some stories. So Seb what a lot of Americans don't know, but need to know is that the Biden regime has opened up in his operating a political prison in the nation's capital. That is not an overstatement. It's not hyperbole, it's fact. So what they are doing, they have a certain space throughout relegated in the D.C. prison system. And this is only used to house and incarcerate capital defendants. So this jail was opened up the first week of February. Over time, it has probably up to a hundred, maybe 80 90, a hundred detainees over time. Right now, I believe there are about 60 in that specific jail. There are more that are being held in what's called pretrial detention orders and various prisons across the country. They are political prisoners. And so what's happened is they've been in this jail for the first few months. They were held in solitary confinement conditions, the justification, the excuse was COVID. They were stuck in these cells for 23 hours a day. I've heard just numerous civil rights and constitutional rights
Astros score seven two-out runs in the top of the ninth to seal ALCS Game 4 win
"Castro's tie breaking single open the floodgates for the Astros in a seven run ninth inning on the way to a nine to two ALCS game four win over the red Sox Castro's two out hit off Boston pitcher Nathan Eovaldi put Houston up three to two on the heels of Jose L. two bays tying solo blast in the eighth Michael Brantley added a bases clearing double in Houston's win to tie the series at two games apiece Cynder Bogart's had a two run shot for the red Sox postseason record twenty first home run in the first guess
Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"There are a lot of funny stories in the book. And usually when I do interviews, I don't get to tell these stories. I've got a glance over the top. But you just asked me about one of my favorites. I mean, I can't tell you how much joy I just laugh every time I think about it. But this was the discovery in 1979 of what's called the silver ketef scrolls. And what that means is these are incredibly tiny silver scrolls that were so tiny they were worn as amulets. And they had the priestly blessing the ironic blessing where the priests would say the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his countenance to shine upon you and give you peace. I mean, this holy thing from the scripture of written in silver in really Proto hebraic because this is from 6 50 BC. Anyway, but how was it found? Yes. I, if you read books and archeology, it'll sort of tell you, oh, this was discovered here here by so and so and so and so I was okay. But somehow, in my research, because I have fun doing the research, I discovered this weird backstory. And the more I dug the funnier it became. Yeah. Okay, here's the story. The guy whose last name, oh gosh, what is it? It's Barack. I can never say his name. It's the book here. But anyway, it's not Jacobs. No, it's a 28 year old. It's a 28 year old guy studying archeology in a Tel Aviv, or Jerusalem. So he's a nobody. He's 6 years from his PhD, but he gets this idea in his head that below Saint Andrew's church outside just right at the outset skirts of Jerusalem. There are some old caves and burial caves, whatever. They've all, they looked like they've been excavated. There's nothing there, but he has a hunch that there's more to be found there. But he doesn't have any credibility or anything to get real archeological students to help him. So he has to be really humble and say, you know, I'll take anybody who can help me. Gabriel barques Gabriel bark, I think it's barkai, barkey. He has to go and this is like a joke. So archeology club, 12 and 13 year olds. They volunteer the kids, the kids can help you. So how'd you like 12 and 13 year olds annoying 12 and 13 year olds to help you on this big dig? So they do the dig, they find nothing. He's disappointed, and he says, well, you know what? At least to we've got a photograph, all these chambers, even though we found nothing, there was one kid that was so annoying to this barkai that barkey was like ripping his hair out and he says, I can't take another minute of this annoying 12 year old named Nathan. So here's what I'm going to do. All of these caves need to be photographed. The most distant one or one of the distant ones and over cave 25, he sends Nathan there, and he's really stern with him, like angry, like, hey, I've had enough out of you. I want you to clean that chamber. It's gonna be photographed. I want it to be so clean that your mother could use it as a kitchen. Like you really threatens the kid because this kid was very annoying. So Nathan trundles off to this distant place. And the joy, of course, is that it's far away, and we're not going to hear from this kid for two or three hours while he's doing what we do. But he takes a hammer with them, which is a weird thing, nobody knows. But the kid is so annoying that to go clean the cave, he just happens to hide a hammer on his person. And when he's bored in this sacred chamber, okay? There's nothing there. It's got a stone floor, whatever. He takes the hammer out. Nobody knows this, okay? He's all alone and starts smashing the floor with the hammer. Now this alone, I find it funny. The only reason he's there is because he was so annoying, they sent him as far away as possible. But if he wasn't annoying enough, he had a hammer with him and decides to use the hammer to smash the floor. The board Nathan smashes the floor with the hammer so hard that it cracks. It wasn't supposed to crack. And he finds a hidden chamber. He sticks his hand in the hidden chamber and is dragged into the bowels of hell itself. Just kidding. He puts his hand into hidden chamber and he pulls out some stuff, some like little ceramics. He now is like, hey, this is what I'm here for. I'm not here to clean. I found treasure. So he runs to barkai and tugs on his shirt. He's like, hey hey, look what I found. You could see bark. I could picture his hair standing on end, like what is going on? The annoying kid is back with some ancient treasure. So they run back to the place, barkai sees that, what do you assumed was an empty place was in fact hiding this stuff and the annoying kid was so annoying that he smashed the floor open or whatever. So he sends the kid home and they spend days now excavating the secret whole and they pull out treasure after treasure and the greatest treasure is what we described. And unbelievably tiny silver scroll so delicate that they couldn't unwrap it for three years. They didn't know how to have the technology without destroying it. But they could read the words inscribed in silver. Now if it's inscribed on anything but silver, it doesn't last. So the Dead Sea scrolls, which are amazingly old, they're not this old. This is even older. So this is the first extant writing from the Hebrew scriptures ever discovered thanks to the annoying 12 year old Nathan. He's probably in his mid 50s right now and he doesn't know. And when he's
Kuznetsov scores twice, Capitals beat Avalanche 6-3
"Evgeny Kuznetsov scored his first two goals of the season and Alex so vets can put his seven hundred thirty fourth career goal into an empty net as the capital's doubled up the avalanche six three because that's up picked up a secondary assist on a vengeance empty netter with two twenty one left giving him a three point night Nick Jensen if MFN and nicked out also scored for Washington Ilya Samsonov made twenty four saves in his season debut ABS forward Nathan mackinnon made his season debut after recovering from cove in nineteen he was on the ice for four goals against I'm Dave Ferrie
Trump to invoke executive privilege in Jan. 6 House probe
"Donald Trump plans to invoke executive privilege in the house investigation of the January capital right a person who has seen it tells the AP a letter sent by lawyers for the former president says he plans to invoke privileges meant to protect presidential communications from being shared with Congress it could prevent testimony from one time aides house Democrats are looking into the roles of Donald Trump and his allies leading up to the right because trump no longer is in office he cannot directly assert privilege to keep witnesses quiet or documents out of the hands of Congress Olly Alexander and Nathan Martin have been subpoenaed Alexander claims lawmakers helped him plan the rally held before the riot and Donahue Washington
Wily veterans Wainwright, Scherzer meet in NL wild-card game
"The red Sox are moving on after a wild sixty two win over the rival Yankees in the American League wild card game Xander Bogart's in the first inning two run Homer to set the tone for the red Sox in their first ever wild card game Kyle Schwarber added a solo shot in Alex Verdugo drove in three runs Nathan Eovaldi pitched five in the third innings of one run ball with eight strikeouts Anthony Rizzo in Giancarlo Stanton club solo homers for the Yankees while starter Gerrit Cole gave up three runs in two plus innings Boston will face Tampa Bay in the ALDS Gethin
College Football Is a Red State Phenomenon
"Morning glory america or high candidate hugh hewitt on tuesday. October fifth lied inside the beltway. Having good morning to you. I have a lot of the news for the rundown. But i have to tell you what i thought. Last night bet. I was listening to the college. Football enquirer which is a podcast recommended by duglery. So i thought. I'd listened to doug and his colleagues nathan and stephen do buckeye talk. Which is the best single program. Podcast in america covering the ohio state buckeyes. Doug recommended college. Football inquires listening to it in somewhere along the way in the course of that it occurred to me when they were going down the ap top twenty five college. Football is actually a red state deal. And i'm going to ask you about why one eight hundred five zero one two three four alabama number one red state georgia number two red state iowa number three red state penn state number four the red part of purple state cincinnati number five red state oklahoma number six red state ohio state number seven red state oregon number eight a blue state and falling michigan number. Nine that's the blue part of herbal state number ten. Byu is red number. Eleven michigan state is the red part of a purple state twelve oklahoma state. He's read arkansas. Thirteen is read. Notre dame at fourteen is in a red state coastal carolina's in a red state. Kentucky jenner red state at sixteen sippy at seventeen into the red state auburn eighteen red stayed in one thousand nineteen wake force in red state. Florida red-state number twenty twenty went texas red state twenty two arizona purple twenty-three north carolina state rad twenty four. Smu read twenty-five the only pure blue state san diego state at number twenty five so college. Football is now a red state phenomenon.
Renfroe HRs in 8th, Throws Out Runner in 9th for Red Sox
"One swing in the eighth and one throw in the ninth from hunter Renfroe was all the red Sox needed to pull out a two one win over the rays Renfroe hit a go ahead two run home run in the eighth inning and throughout the tying run at third base for the final out in the ninth Nathan Eovaldi pitched seven scoreless innings with eight strikeouts to help the red Sox snapped their three game skid Nelson Cruz had a go ahead RBI single in the eighth but the rays fell short of a three game sweep in Boston I'm guessing Coolbaugh
College Football Bets: Week 1
"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about
Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?
"Never died over the weekend. One of his final projects is set to rule out today. Doug Dead Squirrel. The Talking Dog done from up gets his own animated Pixar series, and he's not alone. Get out of my azaleas. Ed Asner is back as the voice of Carl and one of his last performances before his death. Sunday at the age of 91, But it's not his last I m D B list at least seven other projects. Asner filmed her voice that haven't come out yet. All four episodes of Doug Days are out today on Disney. Plus, you didn't dig you, Doug. I am Dog, Jason Nathan's and
Important Gmail Messages Hitting Spam?
"Listeners listeners. it's brought malino. welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So do you use g mail you may want to double check your spam folder. If you do yes. Google email client is super useful. Probably the best email option out there. I use it. I love it. It's really helpful. But some g mail users have been reporting issues with important emails ending up in their spam folders among those affected by this usa today money reporter nathan bony who wrote about it for tec- dot usa today dot com and joins us here today. Nathan thanks for being here. So how did you find out what was going on with gmo. Well i had my recreational softball league coach contacted me and said hey. Why haven't you issued for this week's game. And i said well i didn't get it and you the irish unit last week and so all of a sudden i was like what about my sample there so took the spam folder for the first time in the weeks and some and saw eighty five emails. Were quite legitimate. That had been stuck in there over the last thirty days. So you know in your story you talk a little more about kind of what happened there. And then you reached out to google. So what did how. Google respond to all this. Google was not helpful. They really didn't have much to say. They basically pointed us to their standard vice. What to do when Email my end up in your spam filter but you know the most insight that i got was searching on twitter and seeing there are a lot of other people that are reporting the same experience. I m reporting over the last week or so. It's feels like something has changed now. I'm not a software. You know to engineer or developer in any respect. So i don't know the technical aspects of this but i seen many people including high profile folks reporting missing bank statements missing personal correspondence myself. I had tickets to an event. I had receipts. I had email newsletters. I click on every day. These are not newsletters. That might be
Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting
"We're going to start though by talking to a san diego. County board of supervisors member because tuesday night. It was pretty raucous. It went on for hours because a lot of people wanted to speak. And most of them were speaking against any sort of mandates dealing with corona virus vaccine mandates mask mandates the idea of vaccine passports. We played this man. Yesterday's name is matt baker because he was certainly the most entertaining of a number of speakers. That's the wind the wind of time. That's the wind of history. That's the wind blowing through your ancestors bones begging you to do the right thing. Surfing baker is calling upon from ocean. Beach time he goes done. He was saying ohio vouch. It went on for quite a while. Jim decimal taste of talks. With a chair nathan fletcher had lost his mind over this gym. Actually to sit through the entire performance and everybody else's performance for about eight hours. How are you jim. Well i'm tired but Thank god it's friday. Hundred twenty people is this true. Oh yeah at least. I thought it was actually more about one hundred seventy but We had quite a few speakers. Mr baker was one of our more entertaining speakers unfortunately he's getting a lot of the attention vote but you know we. We still had you know. Many parents nurses doctors regular citizens there as well and it was kinda as you mentioned earlier. The sort of a perfect storm of the recall folks the reopen folks. The let them breathe folks that no mass on kids in schools and the no vaccine passports. I mean it was really kind of a wake up. Call to to me
Biden Nominates First Native American to Lead National Parks Service
"Park Service could be led by a native American. NPR's Nathan Rott reports. The Biden administration has nominated Charles Sam's a member of the Confederated Tribes of the U. Mattila Indian Reservation in the Pacific Northwest. The National Park Service hasn't had a full time director since the Obama administration. Biden's nomination of Charles Sam's who's worked on conservation issues for decades could soon change that. The nomination comes at a crucial time for the park service. Despite some recent injections of funding, the park system is running a massive deferred maintenance deficit. At the same time, it's struggling with overcrowding and some of its most popular parks. A rapidly changing climate and long standing criticism for a lack of diversity within its ranks. The nomination of Sam's is subject to Senate confirmation. Nathan
"nathan" Discussed on The Product Experience
"Have crawlers. They have different flavors of crows. And they're all wonderful but the maple color daily provision is by far and away the best single-handed donut i've ever had in earth and i've traveled in eating a lot of donuts and a lot of places and they are number one by far. I actually use that. As a litmus test to determine if we're friends or not. I brought up the office and i saw who took and who didn't and i kept a list. I'm not gonna. i was aware of that. Do you have any no discount that you would like give out to eddie. I don't know but i really feel like i should. At least get like half off or something of my next one. It's gonna be a couple of weeks between the time we record this time because if you get a chance and send it into us will put it in the show notes go nathan. Thank you so much for joining us. It's been really fascinating hearing about your time in the emergency services and an old ceo time in product. Thank you so much Was so great to be here longtime listener first-time guests so maybe Maybe i'll be back if people fall my stories fun. I happy to have a partout. And we're upping donuts for listening nathan east threatening to write a book about this. So do let him know. If you want to hear more. I have a lot of thirteen years worth of stars. I didn't give you. The roadkill story will save that for part to.
How to Detect Ransomware
"Hi kyle thanks for having me. My name is nathan monday. I'm appears candidate at university of florida. I worked in the floridians dude for cybersecurity. Research under professor mocked on uber and my specialization is in hardware security and we look into security solutions which can utilize machine learning so basically. We tried to love machine learning biz harbor security solutions where you said european students. Have you picked your thesis topic entitle yet so basically. I know what i'm supposed to do. The topic is not finalized yet so basically. I'm working on developing machine learning based a secure physical design solutions for side channel attacks. But that does not dispute but is about. This is about something but yeah. My dissertation will be on using machine. Learning to enable the physical design that can allow pre silicon based verification for the guide companies like intel synopsys and for the goldman chips and so on a. Let's very interesting. Maybe we could take a moment there before we get into the paper. That's not something i'm familiar with. Is this new cutting edge stuff for you. Just pushing it forward. So it's a new cutting edge stuff so you must be Fight channel bloomberg is like power side. there was a spectre and meltdown. Right which create a huge buzz because all the interlock addictions wounded. So basically what happens is like all the chips of john manufactured that is like a lot of engineering effort before it gets fabric. It right because once you get a chip. It's like fine lies. You cannot make any modifications to the hardware. So there's like a huge deal verification going on in the background like even before the chip gets fabricated by dmc global foundries right so doing that verification efforts. They tried to make sure that there are no hardware abilities in design right. Such that designers not vulnerable to power side china lizard fault injection attacks and so on
'Free Guy' to Test the Box Office This Weekend
"Marc Mero says the free guy releases a big deal in Hollywood. Yeah, right. We just heard Jason Nathan's unmentioned that that movie is going to be very popular one in theaters, But he also mentioned that it is exclusively in theaters and the movie industry's keeping a close eye on that film released As a barometer of what to expect during the Covid resurgence. Disney is that their movie Free Guy. It's produced 1/20 Century studios and is an original concept film that is being released exclusively in theaters starting today. The action comedy movie stars Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer. It'll give Hollywood a chance to analyze ticket sales with fewer variables where people comfortable in cinemas was marketing and word of mouth buzz enough to get people to venture out. We will know by Monday,
"nathan" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Having nathan tests on the show's very much a pleasure very kind soul very talented and very humble. He helps us to see past our very own thoughts in existence and to someone else's toward nathan many would just not even think twice about how can affect himself and others in the philip that he's in c- for what he does is brings a lot of joy and smiles in good times to people's hearts and since these times obviously things haven't been the same. I appreciate it for sharing his story and you did. His voice shall his gratuity and letting us in and getting to know him as a person the individual and someone that was affected by the very things that affect us all now. Thank you for joining us excited for the audience to hear your story and all you deal right here on voices of courage Hey everybody welcome back. This is voices of courage bradley jay. Today i have here with me. The great nate either have right put me out. I don't wanna. I don't wanna lewin such a great name correctly. It's pronounced kassof learning all the way up. Yeah.
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Who in your in. Your eyes was a kind of a who who do you. meyer of. Well i guess like young lions to you are now established musicians. But i mean if. I'm talking to mid nineties nathan east like who. Who are the musicians that were coming up that you were like okay. I missed with them. Or you know. Like who's d feel that the future is safe with. Yeah i mean when 'cause i remember you know i hear and esperanza spalding. He was one of these like she was young new newcomer and then next thing she had album of the year the grammy's and then again there's people like jacob collier and just in these scholtz. Now that are that. I think are very very promising. A few comfortable leaving them with the with the torch you know because they they seem to be putting in some serious time and they're they're they're quite a few in. I'm excited by my son. Noah too because i think he's he's becoming a student of of music and really like a sponge. Just absorbing everybody from keith. Charite to bill evans to a herbie and Everybody in between these now. He's bleeding hammond organ. Be three and so. He's listening to a of the lot of the cat. Stab jimmy smith. Joey crazy all right before we wind up i just. I'm still thinking of the postmortem talk. It's no way you cannot avoid it. It's just okay are you. I know you played with the point. Sisters are you on. I'm so excited i'm on. I'm so excited. Jesus mike late the point of sisters and my cousins by marriage so we actually we actually recorded all the hits and they asked me to produce it. because a lot of times you know like pepsi. Hey we wanna use. I'm so excited. And the record label say okay. Give us a master and giving trail and so they they hired me to produce so it was so easy. Because they're not. Just called greg and john barnes and all the guys that played on the original and we went and retrieved recreated all those songs and use them on you know now when you see him on a pepsi commercial those are the ones. And they're they're benefiting from it which is great. That's what friends you can recall ya. Yeah because you you know. The the label owns the masters. And you know that's been principled slave on his right and he re-cut him but sometimes it backfires like you know before. Thank thank you. Sylvia room for finally releasing the the heat wave discography for streaming because on nova could have taken another like boogie nights. Twenty twenty Some acts like re recording it. not really quite nailing it the way that you know some cases it doesn't work but in this case it does work Another dance classic of yours. Is that your base. Work on womack. And we'll max baby. I'm scared of you. I'm on mac and i'd have to. I'd have to look and remember if i could the particular tune. So let me. Let that up. And i'll get back to you on that one. That's a great problem. Accept it starts stacking them on. You know after after a thousand tunes is crazy. He's on another iconic hip hop bay sample. Which one so you. you're you're you're playing on Flak and bryson's of born to love 'em correct their their their duet. Yeah second childhood. Premo boom bang bang bang. You reminded me of stuff..
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"I often see their names on credits. But they're not inventory of circle because of course the page the page cats but Did you work a lot with Bill wolfer or michael bach. Michael bod bacher by the at all. Yeah absolutely yeah. And michael barker was another one those names. He'd look on all these records there. Michael baker george benson night. There's michel botica records. And i and i did Several several things with him including academy awards. Yeah we were down underneath the state's wait a minute guys. I i knew. I know this is going to be an episode. We always have a poor of postmortem thing where we finish an episode and then we start getting mad because we forgot off asshole. Ask nathan. that's going to every. I was trying to sit here and figure out like what is the ultimate signature based performance. You've given on a record. I'm praying this is you. Are you playing bass on dennis edwards. Don't look any further. yes sir..
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"So oftentimes. If i get asked to do a gig nine times out of ten. I'll ask like well. If i think hire me because of certain sound that i had been our recommend them or you should go to the studio because this is where i recorded. This particular recommendation died. The right you'll get the sound that you want How much control do you have over. Like the the sound in the texture of what you want or you just gotta trust engineering the producer. And that's you know Al smith who we just lost and we're going to capitol light and and we the warner brothers staff studio and that we we did when we first started four. Play the first real foreplay album was bob. James album called grand piano canyon. And e called me. Harby li li written our and actually harvey mason and lee written are both recommended me when he asked about who i get on base so the four of us got in that quartet. There's a song or restoration. I call that the first four play song on that album and al smith recorded that. And i used to take that recording around to others a and and sunset saddled. She may and say guys. My bay sounds like this. You know because you know like you drum you could play in ten different studios and it'll sound like ten different guys you know and i can't ever figure out like how does the same instrument translate so differently in different studios in so whenever possible. Yeah i i. I'll recommend one of my favorites Spent tons of time was Ocean way studio okay. We did the first Well we did so much stuff there. But i four play record but we used to record their with lionel richie. We did We did kenny. Loggin's level will follow. I mean tons. We did one of the things i'm most proud of. We did A song card. If you think you'll only now bobby womack gonna say you're on the monsters. Billy ocean way studio day. And it's funny as i all these tunes i can remember. I could kind of just remember being there almost like the day and so that being one of my favorites when i went to go do my solo album go ocean way which is now called united studio. That can never recorded there. Yeah we did podcast. Yeah we gotta a studios. He dropped so far am okay. Those are the big ones capital. I have a question nathan at any point in your career. Did you mess with keybase. You know Playing bass on on a keyboard.
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"It'd be real. It was it was it. Okay what's what's what's the event. What's the festival in rotterdam It's the north sea jazz fest. Okay because carousels sort of by the netherlands like it's. It's the north sea jazz festival before carousel. Like i knew what i was. Y'all can't stay out and is it. Is it slightly between like south america and it's somewhere in the middle of nowhere rise not europe and it's not south america was like you know like it's like way below cuba brown and brown. They're they're yeah they're kinda James is on that. Yeah there yes. There was a lot but that was the one because we were there for. I think four days before the gig even started like. I thought it was better that we all came out early. Yeah me too to hang. I've never done that. Usually i get the day of the gate. Do get hit it. And then i'm like wow one you'll never catch me swimming or in the beach but yet here i am swimming the beach like and i'm talking to toto and everyone everyone's there so wait. A minute was journey. Also unlike gig as well may have been on that gig as well. I yes okay. So i'll bet you could find a poster or something of that gig. 'cause i try to save. You know all the all the information. But i mean it was like all these people you know. I sat next to diana ross on the flight back home. It's crazy really. Yes we we got it was. It was incredible. It was a very it was very surreal. Surreal gig the fact that prince accessible like. Wow that's kinda weird that everybody stayed up to see princess. I mean it was unbelievable prince principles so killing that he didn't additional two hours. That was the roots time so because of the stage like sixty thousand people and then on our side of the stage three hundred people. I mean you just go to and what promoter is gonna get mad at him. You know what i'm saying right. We told the promoter. What do wants to do because time. He's just like Just do the seat and go home so literally like how we did the next move. You got me all right. Goodnight people literally like a golf clap motives. Dreamlike prince will not get off the stage. Anyway dude i was over there watching him and there's like oh shit we gotta go on stage like. I'm literally asking him. Backseat like you doing another encore. 'cause i gotta run to the other stage and many more like okay. Well there's no marut show but But when you're in that situation like especially with with legacy bands and whatnot. How.
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Are you won any of the ronnie loss stuff. Or i want to have you on the pressure sensitive album. But that's with That's the that's the college sample title wave. Is the side away here. But always they're always with For instance strangers that's on francis there. Yeah okay now see again. I'd have to look because it's it's it's enough decades. It's longer than four decades ago. So i'd have to look all right quite all right. When you are booked. Four session de lease get the courtesy of hearing the song first to see. This is something you might be into or you just kind of jump into it and not know what it's gonna wind up being yo. No no courtesy of song. It's it's you get there and it's baptism by fire and you so you have to learn these songs on the spot on the spot. Yeah wait a minute amir but let me ask nathan this. What kind of music did you want to make you like when you started out what. What was the dream. Oh yeah no the dream was was all these guys i. I remember reading an article. That shock khan was talking about she said. Anthony jackson is my favorite bass player. Because he he laid down the gauntlet on all those wreckage was my base. You know what he played. And i studied it but when i read that article at that man i would like to be everybody's favorite bass player like that was my dream and i'm still living the dream i mean you couldn't you couldn't make it up. You know once it started hitting in january. I remember january. Second one thousand. Nine hundred eighty hertz. Rent a car. Jingle commercial gene page was the composer James gadsden was on drums parker and lee written our gone qatar. Sonny burke now up there right in my diary all these guys you know and and i worked every day since then because then it was kind of like once these guys they start going. Tell people about you and it was just like stepping stones and and it was crazy that way tribe so that's even crazier exactly so for the musicians that listen to this podcast and i'm trying to ask this in a way. So doesn't alien already knows they weren't going no i. This is important and you know this is. This is a battle always work with because we live in. We live in a time. Now where musicianship is just in. Be wild wild west And again. I've talked about gospel chops for a long time. Where like the gospel could chop community sorted. Siamese yobe why you always coming down on us. But and i don't know if the rules that apply then apply now. Now i'm just. I'm i come from a place where you know the the musicianship of the sixties seventies and eighties. You know. that's my bread and butter. Because you know it's it's you know is undeniably classic. However you know there's a new generation that sort of feels like the need to go from one from zero to sixty in four seconds and kind of show you everything you know they have. But it's it's almost like in your opinion. Where do you feel that that script got lost in or is this a natural evolution and now we just live in a time where you gotta do everything but the kitchen sink to impress and keep your job right whereas all the time i tell musicians like dude just play. You know the beginning. I used to take their their stuff away. Just like play this one thing in this one thing only but like there's someone to tell you that like what what's i guess masking is. What stops you from.
"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"So what was your family immersed in music as well or just like how how. What was your first musical memory that you had. Yeah there were. There was always a piano kind of around the house that Pops and moms both would play but You know it was like you know music. Music filled the neighborhood. And and you know so you gladys knight marvin gaye a blessing through the home of the neighborhood but it was really I'll never forget my my first forty five was a more love by smokey robinson. We were just always gathered around the radio and and listening to music and I remember When i play cello for three years. And then i discovered the base in it was it was actually in church. My brothers and i were doing they. Were doing like these Folk masses back in the day when all that started and And then there was based on the altar. I went picked it up and Nobody's claimed it. And i picked it up and i said oh lord we you you taught yourself out to play. Yeah i mean. I just started playing just just out of my love for music and it only had four strings. So it wasn't. Wasn't that difficult. But you played the cello before. But i played the cello before i was in the range of the base left so that that kind of got me got me going okay. This is interesting because usually anyone that we interview on the show That's an men or an axe woman Nine times out of ten. There's like a The thirty dollars sears. Guitar thing story. That happens like would sears. Having these affordable instruments in you know people teaching. They're getting their kids lessons and whatnot. But you started on cello and then worked to the base right and the weather is the thirty actually forty nine dollars story story from from the pod shop where my mom got me. My first base was about that long. You know was you know. Short scale no name but You know that that was my ticket to everything you know. And i started playing all the bands and stage band in high school and okay. You know the drill one thing leads to another next thing you know. You're doing a couple of gigs. I learned that a string the eastern. And then i had a gig already. Oh okay. let's see the first gigs..
"nathan" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"nathan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"I think it's a 'nigma dot com okay. Where can people see the film right now. Is doing the festival circuit. Oh it's actually Not finished yet. they're cool. I still in post production. I think because it's just the two of them And there's a lot of the fax center so they're having to build all that stuff themselves and you know it takes takes time. Did you do any green screen work at all done that before. So that was fun. They're working on it right now today. Kind of show you to give you an idea what you're going to be acting against her with. Definitely they explained everything how it work and and so it made sense. I i didn't. It wasn't too bad because it's just like tv screens basically So it wasn't like i was having to act against other you know. Cg actors or anything so some of the cast had to do that but not me My cats mate from the other side Corey ralph's who plays molly outta the comedy comedy. Relief larry's guy he's in a 'nigma and So we were worked together on that as well but yeah definitely. You're listening to what i think. Dig it and they can check out the website and should be out. I don't know. I'm i'm guessing in the next several months so cool. Absolutely well certainly. Yeah we looked for 'nigma as well even just a 'nigma the 'nigma the movie dot com. Great thank you man. All right tommy. Great talking to you. Same here man. You take care take care all right bye. Bye bye special. Thanks to chase masterson. Look for nathan and yesterday was a lie and check out the other side on dvd. And 'nigma sounds like an interesting project as well until next time on sci-fi talk this. Is tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. Hi this is nathan molly from the other side and yesterday was a lie. You're listening to sci-fi talk..
"nathan" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"So for us it was, you know we had a lot of early adopters, very positive feedback and stuff, but it was something that was a little bit of a moving target early on. I would say now the last few years. Quite refined, we haven't done a whole lot of change in just. Little things to try to improve things for customers. Anyway. So yeah, that's some of the history and. Well Nathan was doing that stuff. I was kind of. Scouring around at. Different. PLACES TRYING TO FI- impacts. and I was leaning towards. A couple of external frame packs as my best option with some sort of bag strapped onto right I did some modifications of packs. Of changed out framing and some of the common packs and will Nathan was doing more consistent walking with load I was. Thrown on heavy packs as well and walking around the neighborhood and my spare time And we were. Coming to the conclusion coming to very similar conclusions of what worked for us in a lot of that stuff. Even even early on of the concepts are still things that maybe we talk about. A bit like when Nathan was talks about in the video of load distribution. In a few years ago I took our panel loader pack. To, start looking loads everywhere and doing hikes and seeing what? I thought about. Adding, seventy five pilots here versus seventy five pounds here. But we've also done things where we've offloaded unlike front weights and stuff as well. and the effects of center of gravity at like if you can twenty pounds on the front of your body, it's kind of like taking twenty pounds off the back is your center gravity. So say you one hundred pounds you have kind of a lean forward. That makes it harder on your hips. It's GonNa Tyrod your hips, GonNa Tyrod your muscles. Because you're not used to walk in that way. But if you put twenty pounds and front it helps even at out in you end up with a carriage that is more like if you had sixty pounds, which is far easier on your body, even though you still have a hundred pounds differently an image humane. When you'd say twenty pounds in front you're saying hanging. For most people listening may appear really big binoculars in or something off kind of. The front shoulder straps a harness on your chest. Little almost like little meet bags or something that you can put tenderloins and back strap and we that was actually an idea that we. Ought about for a while. because I do think it would help with your distribution. Would I mean I did a pack out. On a day that it snowed sixteen inches. And I was in I was the full sixteen inches. So we really was like a blizzard and tried to get the animal out. Before it was buried in the snow ride and one before the area would be no longer accessible even..
"nathan" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"The Combo you'll hear conversations with some of the most profound entrepreneurs from all over the world as share with us, their wins and losses. They'll also share tips and tricks with you that will help you be successful along this journey car entrepreneurship. Let's get started with the show. Jessica Nathan. Brown. Is a native of Birmingham Alabama. She is currently this isn't director of student activities in the Office of student involvement and.
"nathan" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Order companies that are not as lean. Like. Stuck in their ways me will probably still insist on certain jobs being onsite. By, Jesse some of the time right, and that's the thing I was thinking. I was thinking yet most of the truth yellow. Now and again even no matter what happens next right? Yep, so I think all. This is back to to -nology transformation so. As more companies see the value in the cloud go to the cloud I do see more cyber jobs being remote, but the hardest rocked move is course. The players in the. CYBERSECURITY leaders, these companies convincing them to change how work is done. dowse hardest rock to move. Inches that you say that because. They the Vati people that you see will be the most progressive, but obviously. Not always the -cation. Know say maybe some of the bigger companies, maybe smaller ones or SME's. We call them in the UK. Yes, the same thing in the states but. Maybe not with the same resources in the saint insight into what's happening in the shaggy. And you're absolutely great because. I can see. Companies with legacy application that cannot move the clouds governments. People know. The government is very slow to adopt new technology So they'll. They'll probably do the greatest. High Sade outliers. Slow that down. Who is still insist on being in the office? But A. Startups and Comey's are more leaner and quicker to adopt a new technology the way. Do you think they'll lead the way with? You know diversity as well. That's a mixed bag. Because right now all with pandemic, there are a lot of job losses. Whole industries are being. Disrupted and lock. With big name that are going out of business and traditionally when? Economic Times are not as good women do bear the brunt of the lay offs and job losses unfortunate, but there's also a possibility to put the competitions in that sense, because women traditionally if they're not impeded in a traditional on premise workplace, it is possible to thrive if they can work online more. That's the thing that I'm. I sorta sold. And I wondered and I hope that that'd be the case that it's kind of in some ways this remote way in Nathan. It's kind of a great leveler. Yes hopefully UST. Essahafa Tunis's so geographically as well as other reasons. You might see that come through some of the in in. Waste and stuff I. Don't if that's the best way to say. Because I would say women cybersecurity I recall it, but maybe. Maybe say. Maybe, you'll see that consumed some of the conversations. Maybe some of the feedback. He'll get move ecstasy monsell sort of like. You know if that's the case. I mean they the kind of conversations that you have in. Society. I think. The hard part though is also change changes, all always very hyper people. Companies a national governance resemble even in the UK. When there was a big buyer in London that destroyed a lot of. Most of the city back in the old days. Centuries ago I think people would say. Let's use new technology and build better, but. In a game in the end now we just just knowing what's. But that's it's so cheap. That would change though I mean that's the thing with changes and and I wonder you know if I people say to me that the situation that the world in now I am not just the pandemic was sort of some of the politics that are coming off. You know in the UK immediately before that we obsessed with Brac says and what the jazz just brexit. We're going to be and then in the states we've had you know. Obviously you've got the elections coming up. Yes, fall and and very controversial president. Empower. We've got the the black lives. Matter Movement the METOO movements. Sometimes, you look at these things than how painful some of these changes are. She feel like that. How would you feel about all of this? It's such a turbulent time, jess, it is. Optimistic face. Look at all of these. I think I do see. Yet a lot of a similarity. Larry's thoroughly light. That's my point. Where is race on the road? Warriors yesterday changed stopped ringing and. Yes way through a global. Global? Event in our history. which about you I would never forget? But when we should, we should also error that. Clients History we have always stepped up. We have always moved on and became better for it. The black plague. Disagreed with the black pay, plague and a swine flu, and all these other viruses. We will. We will become overcome it. And you'll all be better for it and when all this will be just another patient history book. But. We're living at Nathan I mean that's the thing. I feel like every day when you online. You think this is historic. It's a historic day for this reason. Authors! Of. Example many months ago with the IT uncertainty of my friends even were leading the UK because they feel that. With all the chaos, the restricted, but now now that there's new leadership there and things are slowly moving forward. There's opportunities. To. Pretty UK took the lead again. Hopefully. It strange because of all the things to happen in the middle of this brexit transition. Complexity to old, but yeah. I mean it's an what you said earlier, just your earlier point about. You know government being slow to adopt change I mean need. We thought this. Technology sort of. Trying to address some of the problems in the track and trace. Yup Up in the UK is being very controversial. G See that's what from your point of unit America is the the Saint Controversy, but those type of APPS I didn't read it. You guys all with all of that made. Yes it. Is Pretty much the same. Contact on security attack on trade contact tracing where. where I strongly were see that LOB garments and Pie Force that upon us to track where we go, we see we contact. She reminded compulsory. Is that what you mean? That's that's is a genuine. Fear is similar to after the nine eleven attacks, and all these barristers tax where security will trump. Will Override Privacy, NC and overall people's rights. Were GonNA. Say we have to do this for the sake of security and..
"nathan" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I am so delighted to welcome Nathan Chung to the show. Hi, Nathan, Hi Jenny, your ear and. Having to me you. Know, I'm so happy to be on a have to say. It's been a while since I wants to get you on the show and managed to to I noticed very early in the morning. If you so thank you so much for. Taking the time to speak to me. Wants say Nathan has a little bit about you. Correa and then some of the things that you're passionate about, and that may be a little bit about. Some of the things that am that are happening at the moment now there may be fattened the industry. If that's okay, sure. Yup, go ahead. Okay, if it festival for those who don't know you, which must be under rock. Do you want to just introduce yourself? Just say what it is she day instead of how people might Nagy assured the problem, so I am currently A. I specialized in cloud security at for Ernst and young the big four. I'm currently Arkansas sent doing lot of audits and its authority architecture to make clouds more secure. And I I work with AWS Azure I am very passionate about helping women cybersecurity. Giving back to the community through volunteer and also. I care about new technologies. You've written some brilliant obstacles unless and I'm GonNa get into these things. Shortly I'm particularly about you. Support for women and awards and things of being an ally, but let's start earlier on. Could you talk to me about? Somebody went joy. Technology is kids that you always like Compi uses. Did! You know that you get a career? And they did it start. You could say. The. The Nasdaq so. I got into genealogy early on and I work my way up through the career track starting off his condition of administrator manager into security, though I had a very full career learning from the bottom up. I'm very excited about technology because. I've seen a transition ever. Since. Ima Stas, days and Commodore people are nap, not only to Windows, and now we out the newer technologies. Of Virtual reality is. Cloud securities like. So many new technologies are al and it's changing our world. I do see that the covid nineteen. Dislike during times of. Road warriors it. It is very much accelerating to knowledge and technology adoption. Because she said that I mean I was just reading some of the articles that you take that it's. The cove. The pandemics opportunities to bring forth the technology renaissance. Really I mean you such an optimistic person. Antibody follows you. And you make me off to miss it. You know there's Times I've put something out to eat. Or does it and it really kind of makes my day so amid I? Know you're an optimistic person and support this, but she really think. I am the pandemic skin you know inspired actually Civis, bring technology. Perhaps that wasn't accelerating so quickly. Do bring it to the fore. Now be adopted that that is that the type of thing you mean, yes, because just like during the road warriors. Yes, we're going three change in rural which. Bringing people are dying by the time to -nology is advancing because it has to. Resemble now we have like. Drills that delivering food medicine and be out. Even A. Cloud Ski, I strongly believe that cloud companies will adopt cloud faster now because we can't fiscally Goto, easily go to a data center anymore right now. Shoppers Like it or not, I rural is change all we can do is. Accept it and just just go with the blow. You spoken about this. Announce goes to sell. You said that like Fukushima in Japan. The they that kind of force. Actually you want just talk about that example that you gave the. Put a link to the article in the show notes, but. A little bit about that because that's a similar type of thing it's. Trades House of problem right? Yes, and I'll forget my. Article was also published in this mackney called Amick, I guess in the Europe somewhere. Okay? The I think a European publication. Okay, we'll take out a link. Gay sold again Cosima that. That's a good example right there. where an earthquake caused massive damage nuclear power plant. So when there's so much radiation, humans cannot safely go in there to help find a problem. sel Is using robots and robots really have helped by going to where people cannot go safely and. Going to small. Small places and that that is a complete example how robotics is is really changing how things are done. The old days would just like if you look at the Chernobyl. He tried relies. Wasn't that. The back so the to do it. The old school way of just sitting people in reactive active suits, but now yep today Italian you that so much that he can use robots and robots is. The Future Dowell Change. Not just. were safety, but also word knife bash rained automation. Yeah, you can tell us a bit about because you work with him. Spark mindset date. And they kind of about using technology for you. WanNa tell us a little bit about what you do, and what they China because they sort of fit this theme of of using technology creatively. Yes, isn't he? So spare mindset is based in Colorado. It's a nonprofit and they. Go. They invited me to join the board. Their mission is to use new technologies virtual reality. To help, train underprivileged workers, who cannot get normal cybersecurity education, so they're learning things like security plus. Base cybersecurity and these are underprivileged kids who? May, not have the opportunity to regular university amazing. So what happens day? Saint many virtual reality to lay in it, they. How is that different from just being online? It's very similar being online, but you're in a virtual world, so instead of. Learning the old school method of being in a classroom and having instructor, you could have the instructor teaching you in virtual world, and using like resembled three dimensional objects, or Luxembourg terminates is learning differently. Yeah, I mean. I guess as well the more exciting and the more kind of and. Cola can make you know the most sort of tie. You can make it the more. The kids will get an enjoy. Yes, the lion is the key is. Because, you're so you so such in Africa for bringing people into the business. The one thing that I would say that makes me wonder about this is. So you advocate technology I need to Hobo and US crazy and I say to Mr Person, but you erase Oscar. Encouraging people into the information security industry and I love the article Nathan I did. Partly because see one of the things is that. You saying that you know you don't always go to the big hockey conferences that you don't have to be a hacker. Gret. That's one of the one of the biggest misconceptions in Cyprus cookie globally today where people think. cybersecurity equals only hacking. Whereas it can reach in multiple multiple in number of areas. When the biggest trends now is the privacy like the GDP are Europe and the new. Privacy legislation in California so that's a good intricate for a lot of people were not tentacle like A. About the legal profession who already know many laws and legislation they would be ideal candidates translators straight to hide the. Yeah. I mean you said that you see? Lawyers and teaches unjust. And analysts. said in the article that just lots of different ways to get into the business for you also talking about in the same article, you said you know you gotta go with jobs on. This is such products. Spies is like there are states that have big am socks, though there's a states that a more privacy focus scholley now the chew. It's of slightly different advice. Nick because the people still do you think physically have to go with those jobs all? Do you think that the way can online adoption maybe as much as it, so the vice doesn even masters much anymore. You know the you don't actually physically after. Go You rob a good point Jenny. With pandemic. It will change how work is done in the cyber security field however..
"nathan" Discussed on KOMO
"Nathan Bentley apologizing in a video message saying the health and safety of congregants will come first I want the community to know that I'm truly sorry to cause fear I was never my intent we want the safety of our neighbors we we want the best for our neighbors and so I'm really apologize it now says no man is above humility and no man is above saying I'm sorry a coronavirus vaccine could be available for the general public by September that's what an Oxford university professor is claiming Sara Gilbert a professor of vexillology at Oxford is leading a team of researchers in the development of a vaccine that would protect the world against corona virus in an interview the professor said she and her team have already created a potential vaccine that's due to begin human trials in two weeks I'm Derek Dennis ABC news now an update from the Harley exteriors como lo this is Chris Davis from the Davis law group with an important message for those of you trying to settle it one thousand and ninety seven seven published time thirty one past the hour art Sanders top local stories from the combo twenty four seven news center governor Jay Inslee's warning people to avoid going to their favorite recreational spots this weekend even though the weather's supposed to be nice what we're doing is working with a modest sacrifices are big sacrifices we're making today are having an impact they are saving lives we're gonna have grandparents who were alive for a lot more birthday parties with their grandkids because of what we're doing here today he showed a chart at a press conference the data shows corona virus would make a comeback if the restrictions were lifted now number of coronavirus deaths continues to climb in Washington state and now approaches five hundred individual count of each county puts the overall death toll at four hundred and eighty two that includes nineteen newly reported deaths in hard hit king county which is lost at least two hundred and seventy seven people in all all are signs of improvement in Snohomish county which has the site of the first coronavirus case in the nation but almost Charlie harder tells us the experts say there's a lot more to be done public health officer Dr Chris spitters says early mitigation efforts appear to be working but there is still work that must be done we are not quite done by any stretch of the imagination not close to the end of social distancing much less to the end of the pandemic he says we're likely to have these levels of social distancing at least another month even then whatever changes occur are likely to be incremental in nature we phased into the current mitigation efforts and we will likely need to phase back out of them Charlie harder komo news the local police officers dead and covert nineteen is the suspected killer Kurt angle it had only been with Bainbridge island police for five years but quickly made a name for himself two lifesaving awards one for the rescue of a kayaker out here in the.