40 Burst results for "Quincy"
Fresh update on "quincy" discussed on The NBA Show
"Build your lineups, how you run your stuff from quarter to quarter I mean that's what makes teams good. It's not rocket science to have that kind of luxury and yet it just took Phoenix so long to get to this point. So I'm actually talking about this for a piece on Thursday and like going back on Robson optionality, there's two really big trades they made on draft night. So we'll talk about this with the Philly conversation. Later, this number one, they trade Zaire Smith from Kale Bridges Number two they trade Jerry Colour for Cam. Johnson. So in both trades, they're taking kind of a smaller more athletic multidimensional wing. They're moving him for a longer bigger shooter. It's like sometimes it's. Not, that complicated easy I'd Devon, booker you need three guys around him. They made those traits happen, and now we're seeing the results without those trades. This team is not very good and you know like you have a star, you get guys you can shoot threes can play defense you get enough of those guys aren't good player Stock Booker you're gonNA. Have a good team. They figured it out. It shouldn't be hard better kind is sometimes now they're they're winning. Yeah usually, Dario searches seems like old Dario now, even though as he's like guarding people on the perimeter, it kind of looks like he's riding a surfboard. Watching. Move laterally is they are just everything. But the flopping really does the to know I was watching them and this team reminds me of the Pelicans in Monty. Last year with that team in two thousand. Fourteen fifteen. Th the connection Damani is is pretty clear. But they just seems like just working in ways that you didn't necessarily expect. It seems like you look at the team on paper and you squint hard like I. Don't really know if this team really works that Pelican seem had tyreek Evans and your holiday share in the ball and it's like maybe I don't know drew was in not a lineup with injuries. Eighty was still kind of rising to prominence and it just seems like this is what they have here where booker seems to be taking that next step A. Little bit doing those little things that he needs to do while a lot of the other guys are maybe playing above their head at this point maybe just falling into the right Specific Role I. Guess my question from there is though, will they have a comedown just like that Pelicans team did because I do think as the Pelicans looked around they started to realize some of these pieces don't fit as well. Injuries definitely said an and really took them down Quincy pond ex I don't think played a get no he. He had a run with the spurs like a couple years later, but he was out of the League for a while Quincy Pond extra talk on this pot I. Love it listen. So obviously, I covered the Pelicans for two years and anytime time could Alvin gentry would mention that they did not have a small forward since Quincy Pond Dexter went down and he's right but on the other hand good. God I heard about Quincy Pond are so much. But no, it's just I do wonder if this is fleeting I wonder. If this is the type of thing where you expect them to carry it into next season because that's the trajectory of young teams right or if this is just a nice moment in next year, we'll be back in the same place where Devon Booker may not be happy or at the very least draymond green doesn't think that he's happy. There is a possibility here that the sons don't win one hundred percent of their games. Next season I think that's something we need to at least embrace right now as a possibility. To, your to your point about Monte I mean I listened to you know De'andre and was on. Adrian Watson Rescues podcast great interview and I think really highlighted money Williams as the voice that this team needed right now it's it sounded like from talking about his suspension from what he went through this season that having Monica's a little bit and also you know be there as a know someone to bounce things off of to listen to not always chew him out when he expects him to chew him out. There was just a really a. Really fine line that he walked with this young team. You know there can be really good coaches who come to a team at the wrong time. It just doesn't work for variety of reasons there can be really good coaches who over a long enough stretch their plays just start to tune them out. I think what separates this from that New Orleans group one they're younger to the healthy you mentioned Justin is just huge. I mean that New Orleans team was just undercut time and time again by injuries but also I really he new Orleans. Now, that would never happen there but it really just does seem like Williams might be the right kind of motivator for this group at a time when there had so much instability in terms of their coaching having that kind of steady voice could go a really long way. Yet. Funny to about new, Orleans in like with lock and injuries like Yuka, this team Kelly oubre towards meniscus in like February, and they kinda started slipping until Cam Johnson came in form the margin for error is so small in the West you've gotTa have five, six, seven, eight good players, and if one of those guys goes down the whole structure kind of collapses, right? So looking back on it. So Phoenix like we can all kind of agree they probably taken Luca one or Jaren Jackson. So he didn't do they didn't get that part right so that means they have to get everything else right to make up. For that and it's like it's just everything else right. It's hard to get five six seven good players on at the same time and good roles right now, this next works. But if British heard next year booker, you know springs ankle for a month and a half they missed the playoffs it all falls apart that fast I want to defend eight and a little bit there because I think while you're right I think Jackson and Luca, will turn out to be better players. This wasn't a wasted pick. This wasn't a blown pick like this is a situation the sons can build and recover from in that sense and. Aden to our point about the suns having all these options I think facilitates that just by being I think more versatile than he was given credit especially at draft time. That's true. I'm just saying in terms of if you have Jackson Luca plus booker that's two top ten players when you have two top ten players then you've got a lot of flexibility things can go wrong there's there's more margin for error that's kind of what I was going for their. Yeah. How Sons Consolation Prize from that draft is that they're now last on the list of being derided amongst the teams who passed on Luca Danni it's. Just like yeah. trae young and then and then obviously kings the top of that list. But I agree, I think eight and has shown something in these in these seating games I know I was a little critical of him and I still agree with what I said last week in sometimes he could just float around but I've been surprised that what he's on the defensive end he's been a lot better there and also his shot just looks way better than I ever expected to. It just looks it looks perfect when it comes out of his hand and you think it's GonNa it's GonNa make it every single time. But yeah to your point earlier about Mani I..
Scot Prohaska on Total Athlete Development
"Scott. Welcome to the show. It's awesome to have you here Min. Banks. or It's something myself and my team we listened to you guys all the time on on just fly sports It's got a requirement for anybody that works for me to listen to your podcast though. They'll thank you. Yeah. It's awesome to have you. I mean, I know every time we've talked or I've I've just more and more intrigued by what you do. Because I, know you're not like you're not all over social media. You know you're not. You're but entire, I've just like I am. So I wish before I left. California could've stop by and really excited that chat about your. Your your insight into your system and how before we get into that I'm curious to like and I like getting into this for especially for people who have who see things in such an expansive way. But what was your gateway into coaching like what got you interested in it, and then what were some really big milestones in changing the way that you thought about your process? Yeah I, you know quick Reader's Digest version is. A pretty good athlete grown up back East right and had scholarship offers and was fortunate enough when I was in. Eighth Grade. To walk in the YMCA, fine little dungeon part where all the tough guys athletes working out in in. There was a level five Olympic lifting coach, and saw me with my little fitness books working out and said Hey kid Chimera. I WANNA teach you how to really train and while I was in eighth grade I started training with. Professional, athletes Olympic, athletes learning how to snatch clean squad sprint hurdles. Everything. So was a amazing experience for young kid be pulled into that kind of culture right away. Top properly. And then after. Know went into finance world business world is kinda miserable, but I was always getting fathers and guys played college football with call me when Scotty? Knew so much about this stuff. Helped me, I got a contract or my kids to a scholarship, teach him and I was doing it on the side and just fell in love with it and started growing in saw business opportunity, and then got called sportsmed guy in Toronto like the work I was doing and went up there and started running its clinic work with NHL guys in Canadian Olympians and stuff like that. It just grew from there kind of an organic way of. Loving it as a young young kid. Being, lucky to have someone mentor me and saw how it changed my life, and then fell into coaching. I feel like you're not the. For, some reason the finance and I didn't like it, and then again, the sports perform I. I've heard that story before I. Don't Mac Shakers on here had that too, and I feel like I've heard others. Maybe I do feel like that that like systems kinda thinking or do you think there's any thinking and finance that is helpful for sports is just make quincy dental you are. I think it's I think it's for competitors. We'll always WANNA look at measures of success. And that's kind of a natural thing. Until you realize I work, I work hard to get something and I realized I. Don't like it when I get here, that might not be success but I think finance is a challenging. Competitive. And and you know with detail and all these little nuances you can take and I think that attracts people to feel they wanna feel successful right, and then you realize you're sit in front of a computer all day long. Yeah. I. Can totally see that. Makes that makes sense I. You're speaking of success to ask the first thing. It's official question. I had and I just I guess, I, felt like starting with this rather than jumping right into the six lanes but. What is success in sport mean to you or? Yeah. So. What it used to meet. Right. So we all have these objectives and goals right, and we think that success when we meet that, we're going to be successful when feel successful yet, what happens when you need it? How long does they last for me? It lasts maybe five minutes and then I'm spending the next stuff in saying, okay. GotTa, start grinding now for the school and realizing that my daily experience wasn't great. So, success for me sport or any endeavor is your daily optimize experience that's sustainable over time. So if you're an athlete of Your Business Guy, whatever it is, if you're living your dream, you're loving your days, you're making a contribution feeling fulfilled. Ben. That's success to me. And so that's how I look at it when I get an athlete that. Wants to scholarship, but he's loving the training loving where he isn't high school having great teammates. Great relationships performing on the field. Every day is not future. You know obsessed all the time that successful to me. That makes sense with the process, right? Like. So often we just look at this. What's the goal? Win The Akron serve get the scholarship, but then, but then what I mean. Eventually it just. Eventually. There's think an emptiness. I mean, it's Nice Scholarships for sure. But at some point you get to the top and. Maybe realize you're on the wrong ladder something, but it's Where I've dealt with the most Olympic athletes after an Olympic year while they struggle. Mightily, they struggle with purpose with focus with what it all means. Up the disappointment of even if they got a medal, did feel as good as they thought. But the daily optimal experience their love in their life in the training or joining, they're enjoying the relationships are building that seems to be sustainable
Fresh update on "quincy" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"L. A county has reached a new, grim milestone. ABC is Alex Stone on the West Coast, with more than announcing 63 new deaths here in L. A county in the past 24 hours. L A has now had over 5000 Cove in 19 related deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. That's in L, a county alone the state's most populous county. Right now in L. A county. Over 1500 people are hospitalized with Cove in 19. 32% are in the I C u a similar situation in the state of Florida, where deaths were recorded yesterday, making it the deadliest day yet. In the Sunshine State. Go to Cape Cod. A number of towns are getting complaints from the locals about crowded beaches and not enough parking because of social distancing restrictions. Double BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Officials in one town are taking those complaints seriously. The only people that can come to the beaches and mash be residents. Town manager Rodney Collins says they instituted that policy for the remainder of the pandemic due to visitors and non residents crowding mashed peas, beaches and parking. What's Colin says they perceive dozens of complaints from residents, including someone who couldn't get into Johns Pond was a Czech spare had purchased. A sticker of the town clerk's office wasn't able to get in and was denied. It was the direct result of enormous that who had come in due to the capacity level at the beach resident was denied. So we wanted to correct those kinds of problems. Selectman have voted to make the temporary parking ban on roads near Johns Pond permanent. It will be in effect May 15th threw up October 1st Kevin Tonic Cliff W. B. Z Boston's News Radio, a pitbull owner finds back against the Quincy Police Department's decision to have her dog euthanized. The Patriot Ledger reports the dog named carbon bit a woman on a Washington street sidewalk back in June. Now the owner, Christine one, is now appealing that order and Quincy District Court. The victim was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries to her arm. And had to have surgery. The pit bull is scheduled to be euthanized by Sunday. Did you know that sharks are able to form social networks and bond unlike any other species? This story from reporter Dean Lucia, a new study from Proceedings of Royal Society shows Gray sharks will meet up in the same groups time and time again. Originally thought to be solitary animals, Researchers found Sharks will form hunting cohorts and forage for food together a study where 41 great reef sharks were tagged and tracked, found nearly 1000 unique social groups over the span of four years. And there has been a lot of company off the coast of New England. Already this summer. 2020 nearly 300 shark sightings easy..
How live coding can level up your development (Jesse Weigel)
"So I, want to switch gears and talk about live coding, which is something that you do. You are a youtube live coding streamer for free coat cab, which sounds terrifying. How did you get into voting? So when I was at this job, it was at a university I. decided that I wanted to collaborate more with the computer science department. I wanted to help the computer science students start to build a resume before they graduated and I thought it would be cool to get some of their ideas because I knew my own gaps in my learning, not having a computer science degree. So I thought we can kind of help each other out in the maybe they would have a lot of knowledge that I didn't, and I would have more practical not. That, they hadn't yet acquired about just like getting things done in making live in applications. So I decided to record myself doing some work and then put a link to it in the the facebook group for the Computer Science Club. And My boss thought that was a good idea and you said, yeah, let's let's do that and I had always been developing everything I. Could Open source on get hope anyway. So that wasn't really an issue and I did some live streams and I didn't I'd never livestream anything before like I really didn't know what I was doing the first live streams were. You couldn't see the code even the the the video quality was terrible the phone I had two small. So it was, it was pretty bad So I went on the Free Co Camp Forum and I a post saying. Just. Here's what I'm trying to do, and I don't know what I'm doing. If anyone has some time, please check out one of my live streams and at appreciate any advice that you have. And I ended up getting a bunch of people watching and giving advice. But probably, the most important view that I had was from Bo Corns who's in charge of the Youtube Channel for Free Code. camp. Alcohol. had asked if I would be interested in doing. Some live coating on the Free Co Camp Channel and I. You know, of course, 'cause my channel, add maybe three subscribers at the time in the Free Co. camp. Channel at the time had maybe somewhere between fifty thousand, one, hundred, thousand subscribers gone up significantly since then we're over a million. Maybe three years ago. So after I did that Quincy who's the head of recode camp also, ill, he watched the stream and he said I really like this and new said, you know you could do this? You know however many times a week you one. So I started live coding for at least an hour a day five days a week. Monday through Friday. How? Is a lot of time that is dedication yet in would really helped was I lies streamed my work. So it wasn't prepared beforehand or rehearse. It was whatever I had to work on that day. I would try to pick whatever I thought would be the most exciting in helpful for other people to see. And I would lie stream that portion of my work. And they were real projects that I was working on, and thankfully you know my boss was just super excited about it and saw this as a great opportunity for publicity for the university. which it really was for a tiny university in Ohio, the logo of the university was seen by people all over the world. So we definitely got some publicity and we also got a lot of people contributing code. So since it was open source. We had a nice community of developers from all over the world that would contribute code. Actually, add a developer. Believe was fourteen years old when he started watching the show from the Himalayas was one of the top contributors on most of the projects and he was so good. He's fine. The Best Coder I've ever worked with. He was so good. I would be in the middle of a livestream talking through a problem of. So here's what, I'm trying to do and I would look over the live chat and there would be five or six messages in all caps saying check my request. And I would look. In, he would have already solved the problem in submitted requests. Yeah It was so. He would often call me out on things. I was doing wrong and I tell you I. I kept in mind all the time. How young he was. I if it were an older person, I may not have taken it so well. A. Little Bit. Yeah. It it did. But I just imagined that he was young. US very excited about what he was doing us very skilled. With it and to be honest, I love what up so much during the live streaming so much more than I ever thought I mean, well. I never thought anybody would really watch it maybe a few computer science. So like. Like maybe one or two people watching to now having hundreds of people you're watching, live all typing and contributing code, and then my work day changed dramatically. It went from me coding most of the day on my own to me spending my mornings, reviewing pool requests in merging them, and then spending my afternoons live coding. And that was like my daily work, we would regularly have you know maybe. Somewhere between like five and a dozen contributors to each one of the projects that I was working on and I, I'd like to think that it was a pretty fair exchange that I would. I would give a shoutout to everybody that contributed in review their pool requests on on air just to let people know what they had done. So I kinda helped. These people who were volunteering their code, build up their portfolios and get some exposure on the Free Code Camp Channel, and then in turn they helped make my projects better. And and I learned so much because I couldn't merge
Fresh "Quincy" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Youth of mail ballots again in November. For all those dates and info again go votes colorado dot com. Secretary of State Jenna Griswald thanks for the time Thank you. Have a good day. Good luck to you. Yes, She's got a lot of deadlines to come in the in the months ahead. It's eight o'clock here. The newscast straight ahead. We've got your drive the right now John Morrison. Dr. This morning. We've had a couple of little problems like a crash North and I 2504th. That's out of there. That stall was found six days at Wadsworth is gone, leaving us with just a busy drive this morning, and that includes your drive onto £25.2 to 5 heavy from Parker wrote into the text under South Bound Parker Road's Pretty Loaded Up to, especially from Quincy down to a rap. Oh, you drive on North bound to 25 Heavy on the westbound I 70 westbound I 70 started clog up around Colorado and steal Vasquez that drive on to 70 heavy in both directions. So, as I said, The six that eastbound drive not bad. But westbound is getting heavy not only through Commerce City but also out around Sheridan and federal and self Tonight 25 still pretty sluggish from Boulder Turnpike in through downtown, this reporter sponsored by Napa auto parts with thousands of locally owned apple stores across the nation, chances are there wherever you call home. They do, too. So whether you stop by your local Napa auto parts store on Apple Auto Care Center or visit Napa Online, you can count on never knowhow. I'm John Morrissey on cable news radio live everywhere in the I. Heart radio. Go up.
Parent Who Attended Quincy High School Graduation in Boston Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"Attended the Quincy High School graduation on Saturday has since tested positive for covert. 19 parents were notified the day after graduation. In the letter from the school, we get more from W B Z TVs Tiffany Chan. That letter came down just about a day after the Quincy high School graduation. That's where hundreds of graduating seniors and their families gathered here at veteran's Memorial Stadium Saturday morning. Garrett, who attended the ceremony, the city says later tested positive for 19 Quincy public schools say they've started contact tracing and notifying others who may have been exposed to the deadly virus. City says the chance for spread here is low. Since this was a big gathering, they had precautions in place for attendees. Everyone was asked where facemask and chairs a cz you can see here in this video were set up six feet apart to allow for social distance. Sing. But the city did send out a letter to parents alerting them that a fellow parent there did test positive for the Corona virus. No city officials are also asking anyone at that ceremony who assisted with a medical emergency at the stadium to also contact Quincy Health Department after a House
Fresh "Quincy" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Least in several conferences will talk with voice the Buffs Mark Johnson live about that. Coming up 6 24 but first traffic every 10 minutes on K away with John Morrissey anything to report No, no. Two thumbs up this morning on your Wednesday morning drive. You look good. Downtown Drive's still in good shape. So is that I 70 drive. There was a lot of work at 2 70 and I 70 overnight. Those ramps. That's part of the centralized. 70 project. Looks like you've got some delays on to 70. They're minor. But after Vazquez, it looks like it's a little bit crowded on that eastbound side. Getting over to Quebec. Your Aurore Dr. Looks good on 2 to 5. Don't see any problems on Parker Road yet, although Parker get busy there, the sublight there at Quincy, a rap Good. So does your eye 25 drive coming into our out of Castle Rock this morning. This reporter sponsored by CBS CBS Pharmacists have a proprietary search tool that analyzes ways to help lower your prescription costs. Come in, or call today and get a free prescription savings review.
Boston - Pop-Up Testing Site Opening In Chatham After Coronavirus Cluster Linked To House Party
"A pop up testing site will be open tomorrow in Chatham for attendees. The party was two weeks ago July 12th and since then, several restaurant workers who were there have tested positive for the Corona virus. Anyone who was there may have come into contact with someone who was is being encouraged to get tested. The testing site will be set up in the parking lot of town annex on George Ryder Road from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and pre registration is required. And in Quincy, patrons of
Fresh update on "quincy" discussed on The Playbook
"Fighter Flight Interesting Digest. Swanson I'm GonNa Screw this whole thing of because I'm just peaked with curiosity. I wonder how all of this you know works within the quantum materialization of matter meaning I believe that the mind itself. All three areas of the mind and I love to hear someone who understands neuro science not theoretical Mumbo Jumbo Lewis like me. But I believe that I'm a projector which means that if I can control this process of thinking that then I actually can project or perceive and materialize. Is there anything scientifically that supports the idea of manifestation materialization projection into that quantum state that we actually can see hear touch field. That's a super awesome question and that's not the area of neuroscience that I work in I I work in my own good. Anyway I wonder big guest. How I look at it from a purely material sense in there may be many many other layers in which to look out this. And otherwise looking at it surely materialistically, if you say, you know I wanNA make one, hundred million dollars or I want a red sports car you will invariably start putting your attention towards the things that will get you there. You will invariably start making decisions that will move you closer and closer to rent sports car your attention will move towards it. So all of a sudden anytime you see a red her on the road it's like all of a sudden they're hundreds of Red Sports car that you've never noticed before they were there the. Entire time that you hadn't chosen to put your attention on it and you had to put your intention into it. So this active attention in intention is really key both potentially from an energetic manifestation standpoint and from an incredibly practical material standpoint because as soon as I put my attention on something that I put my energy, that's where put my focus. That's what I literally tell my brain to attend to end, make happen nor brains are amazing computational machines they will want to go where you directed but so often we don't bother directing our brain. And practices like meditation and intention setting goal setting in manifestation. Get into the process of directing our brain which votes moves our attention and potentially something more energetic into that direction. So attention plus intention does equal quincy..
Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia
"Who faked his own death to get out of covert related fraud charges. Charges has been arrested in Georgia. W busies Medicine Rogers with the details the latest development in a months long story, federal officials say. David Staveley was arrested in Alfa Rhetta, Georgia on Thursday, and he's back in custody back in May and over. Entrepreneur David Staveley, also known as Kurt de Sanborn, was charged after trying to fraudulently claimed close to $450,000 in paycheck protection program money. He was released on house arrest Later that month, he removed his GPS monitor disappeared. Became a federal fugitive. In June. His car was found on a beach in Quincy with a suicide note inside, but it was determined he faked his death. And now US marshals have tracked down Staveley, who was living in Georgia under a false identity. He's now being held by federal authorities in Atlanta. Madison Rogers
Coca-Cola's stock surges, after profit beats expectations while revenue falls a bit shy
"Quarter results for Coca Cola Kate volume down profits down thirty three percent, the biggest drop in quarterly revenue. In, twenty five years and yet. Shares of Coca. Cola op couple of percent this morning. Jason Because CEO James Quincy says basically, the worst is over and so I guess optimism carries the day. I mean yeah, hopefully that is, that is the case you're right. They did note in the called that they felt like the second quarter of the quarter. This is reported was going to be the most impacted quarter. Further year in. You know it's interesting to think about the impact of this business because you would kind of think. Maybe it shouldn't be that bad, but that's only if you. Are Thinking about grocery store aspect right I mean. There's a tremendous F. and B.. Restaurant dynamic to this business in when you look at it from a global perspective that obviously. is going to make a big deal given all of all of the shutdowns in the restaurant sector over the past several months, and it does feel like. I! Say this only partly tongue-in-cheek. It really does kind of feel like coca-cola needs to do something. Different they need to change and I think that you know. We've always been really high on Coca Cola as distribution playwright. We've always talked about that. It's real competitive advantage so let's take that. Let's go one step further because clearly I mean if you determine that you are a SAS business if you call yourself as SAS business, no matter whether you're a SAS Iran. The market is going to give you a little love for that. A COCA COLA'S BEEN A. A very very bad stock known for the last five years. It just has the returns aren't there Pepsi's been a little bit better, but really cocoa has been falling short on a number of fronts, but soda as a service Chris Sas I. Mean Maybe we've had this discussion on the show before. I can't remember old confused but soda as a service. Maybe that's something that could at least helped light a fire, some optimism under the stock because you're right. Even with. The performance today I mean it seems it seems to us to be material, but when you look at the performance over the last five years it actually it is kind of meaningful, because this is not a, it's not not a company that's performing A. Liking it once used to, and I think that has to do with lot just the fact that they're selling. Drink. That is becoming. More and more obviously not good for us.
Boston - 3 Quincy Summer School Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus
"Three school employees have tested positive for the Corona virus. Easy. Suzanne Sauce to Special Ed Teachers, one at North Quincy High School and one in delicate yousa Early childhood center have tested Visited for covert 19 and administrative staff member Quincy High has also come down with the virus. The interim superintendent of schools sent out an email late Friday afternoon, saying all staff and students in contact with the infected staff were notified right away and told to get tested and quarantined for 14 days. Temperatures in the
Boston-area beaches benefit from $200,000 in grants
"For clean beaches and waters in Massachusetts has made more than $200,000 in grants to dozens of Boston area organizations to keep each is accessible and safe. The grants from the Save The harbor Save the Bay last month were part of these safer and better beaches program partnership with State Department of Conservation of Recreation. The grants, benefit beaches and lend a hand Revere, Winthrop East Boston, Southie, Dorchester, Quincy and haul US Labor Secretary
How To Navigate Stress
"Everyone? This is Patrick Baranov. I'm here to do a Webinar on how to effectively navigate stress and lead slash help others and the reason I have lead in there because to me as we go through this. I think you'll see that. This is not just a workshop on how to navigate stress internally, but to me this is about this is a leadership workshop where I spend most of. My time working with organizations so a little bit of background. Be Behind me. I run a podcast called lead like no other actions that inspire which will soon be changing to leadership reimagined, and that really is. Based on a lot of the work that I've been doing this podcast has been in existence for. Almost, two years now, but some of my background ice tablist, my business in two thousand eight, which, for those that remember that was our last financial crisis so I'm I'm familiar with the space for for what that's worth, and there are three areas that I focus. My work on one is on emotional intelligence. A model that I use is out of Australia. The group is called Genus, and it's a workplace model I also do a lot of work both disk in the five dysfunctions of a team. In combining those and then the last piece, it's like a three legged stool. Is Around Influence and bias research. And I was able to get certified and trained under a gentleman named Robert Dini down in Phoenix Arizona, the three of those for all of the work that I do and what we're GonNa talk about today in regards to leader stress, management and leading. Are All relevant and pieces. Those will come out throughout this. So. Here's some contact information for me as well. And I will start this out as I mentioned to me this leadership workshop. Even though we're talking about stress, management and I say that from this quote. John Quincy Adams said if your actions inspire someone. To Do to dream, more learn more do more and become more your leader. Nothing in here about a title and I think we really have an opportunity. It's our actions that will inspire others, and how we relate to stress and navigate stress, ourselves will have the ability to impact other people around us to, and that's why they're so important. So, the objectives here right explore the biological psychological and social aspects of the Human Stress Response, and it is a response and we're GONNA. Look at it really from a few different areas right the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual impact of stress, and it really does impact all of those. So then we'll look at understanding. What are some of the coping strategies that we can use to either increase, or what once damage our resilience? And this really is meant to be almost a buffet, even though you probably can't find buff as anymore because of the environment we're in. That this really will be an opportunity to take a look at what are some different strategies that I can use that fit in in my lifestyle. You don't need to choose them all. But there's something here for everybody in terms of how you can effectively navigate, stress yourself or help somebody else. And then from there, we'll look at a model that I put together and it's journal actually. Called the power. Journal, and there are a number of activities in that promote both wellbeing resilience. And this is based on a lot of research I will say foundationally. One of them is based on one that was done by gentleman named Sean Acre. WHO A HARVARD RESEARCHER! And he did what was called the twenty one day challenge, and he actually did this back in Glebe two thousand nine, so at that point of financial crisis before. And he actually did it with A. Group Company that was in the financial industry. And what they found when they when they did these activities that we'll talk about the end. That the the individuals that were able to follow through on this twenty one day challenge themselves to be in a happier place and to me if we can identify those things and find that and find a way to be happier, rebuild more resilient and well. Being I think all of us want that. Especially now. So a couple pieces of research talking about the origins of stress. If you weren't familiar before you probably are now in regards to the CDC their definition of stress, harmful, physical and psychological responses when job requirements don't match capabilities, skills, resources, or needs of the worker and I think in the environment that we're in now. Most of US probably feel stress in one of those areas. Now, what's important here is this. CDC's definition also goes on to say that this should not be confused with challenges and I've listed. You stress here. Because we need stress stresses important for us as well because it provides us an opportunity. To grow and improve. It's only when we lose control of it. That it becomes damaging to us and really that's what this workshop or webinars focused on. Undoing is providing ways that we can take the stress that we're dealing with the situations that we're dealing with and find ways to navigate those and I would say almost leverage these. So the next piece I'll talk about. Is this one that was done by the? American psychological, association. This was a survey. Twenty fourteen where they served. A little over three thousand individuals, and they ask them questions in four different areas, work money, family and health. I've only listed to here. Is it relates to both work in financial stress but I think if we were to take this today. We probably would all agree that? These would probably higher than sixty percent.
Boston's Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market reopening Wednesday
"Hall in Quincy Market are re opening their doors once again this morning, all of the pushcarts kiosks and other eateries. Opening back up in 11 a.m. There will also be some outdoor locations that will be open for outdoor dining. Other than that, you've got take out. There's also going to be some music as they reopen their doors at the West End of the market. You can hear violent Viv. She'll be performing. And also singer and guitarist Ryan Look, Pearl will be playing in the south market
freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson
"To make as well so let's first just talk about products surface area. Sure so free co camp is really three different core applications. There's the curriculum and. Portfolios? That's one of the pillars. And that is all custom code part. That's when we say the platform nationally what we're talking about we also have. A free co Camp Dot Org Slash News, which is our publication and published several articles today they're often in-depth explanatory journalism about technology. Then we have the free forum, and that's the third pillar of Free Co camp now. All three of those run on separate servers, the free cocaine forum is powered by discourse, which is a really cool self hosted open source form tool created by the founder of flow. Jeff Atwood in his. And that's very well maintained, and you can get your own discourse running really easily if you want to. You can just deploy to the cloud, and it'll live on its own server in docker container, and there you go. Same thing with free. Co Camp Dot org slash news that is running on ghost, which is another self hosted open source project that just released version three of their tool, and it's like wordpress, but it doesn't have a lot of the baggage that comes with wordpress. wordpress is excellent. But it does have some vulnerabilities in it does have. A very complicated plugin system in wordpress is trying to do a lot of things whereas ghost is just trying to be. A publication tool. So we have maybe. Seven thousand articles on. Free Co powder slash news at this point and we have. Hundreds of thousands of posts on free cochem dot org slash. So those are those who now if you want, I can drill into what powers the frequent camp platform the core curriculum. Please do yeah, so we are running. React on the front end. We're running known. As the back end were running a tool called loop. which is. An API tool. It essentially turns your rap into an API where all the routes. Can, confess chase on as well they shemale. It's something that's already baked into tools like ruby on rails like with ron rails. You take any euro. You could just put dot Jason at the end of it and get a Jason Representation of that of the data in that route so. Does a lot of that stuff. We ease Mogadishu for database and we have managed cluster. On 'em lab and we're working on moving that over to Mugabe's new atlas tool. Atlas. 'EM! Lab was acquired by Manga to be recently, so they're kind of sunsetting 'em lab. I think so. We're in the process of moving everything over. To have a big sharded system because we have a lot of data. We've got millions of records, and each of those records has these of challenge completions. And a whole lot of other data that they've added to their portfolio and the portfolios themselves were working on growing them, and making them a lot richer in terms of just having a lot more data like you can submit a whole different projects you've built from. Outside of the Free Co curriculum as well if you built your own. Jobs script game for example you could submit that and turn that into a kind of like a Lincoln light four developers, so we're working on that the platform itself in terms of the curriculum. Is. A gatsby APP and you hit that. Euro Free Co Camp Dot org slash learn and the entire curriculum loads. And it stays in your browser. It. Of Challenges, and then when you complete challenges, it will post those to the server, and if you disconnect from the server for some reason, you can keep completing challenges than when you reconnected a push that back up to free Co camp servers, so we're very close to having be fully offline. Functional APP like a progressive
"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"He was he was I. It's amazing that you can have. A love for an animal not not that impossible. It's just that and you can. You can totally know that they. They love you back. Quincy Quincy taught me a lot of things growing up, and that's what what I miss greatest about is we We learn from one another. Patience? I learnt patience from from Quincy and I think he learned that the. That, unconditional love and I. I think he knew that I cared about him. And I cared about my son, so it was kind of the transferred. If you love him. I love him too, and that that's that takes you a long ways in the world, and I've kind of learned that through the through the process of of growing older with with with him around, and then you know, since then is young. If somebody finds some greatness in. Somebody you love than. You know if you think if I love you and you love them that much. I can love them to and Quincy's done that. He's got me through some some hard times with with that kind of thought process I know it's Kinda deep on. Maybe. Maybe even some people think that's silly, but. I think dogs are are a little bit more receptive than Than what a LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA! Give them credit for. Absolutely I. Definitely think Ed a lot more people should take a lead from the sentiments that you just said. If there's a that doesn't need to be. A specific reason for love, but if another being. Shows that then then follow and ninety be much bit applies. Oh, absolutely now, that's not to say I. Don't think there's a lot of good things happening in this world, but They're still things that we need to learn you know and you know. Why can't we get that off of of a a dog? while they are an animal. They're still part of our family. We should. We should be able to learn from from anybody or any being or anything Life lessons so i. wholeheartedly think that dogs are are here for that reason as well absolutely well. Thank you again very much for sharing the no problem see. Yeah it. It's not often. That I get to sit and talk for an hour about him, and it's it's. It's great because. I, honestly, if you. If you had more questions I'd be able to talk longer, but I. I I think you probably got a lot more going on on a Saturday than listening to to to talk about Quincy.
"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Make sure you support that back right near the back haunches. When you're picking them up, because if you don't then you're putting that on wanted pressure on that back and occasionally I would not get it in the right spot, or maybe I twisted him just right whenever as picking up to put him in the in the car because we. We take our dogs. We take our dogs to the in laws, so quincy would always make the trip. He loved riding in cars. That was one thing that he loved going on just. county road rides so. The open county all open The open back roads he he loved just riding, and it used normally a buddy of mine and me that would go to chase storms or whatever you know, just you know whatever? You know. We were doing i. don't even really. JUST RANDOM! Hey, we want to pass some time with chase. This storm in Quincy would ride shotgun right in the middle between us. Just cruise along and he. He loved watching watching the world. habitable. Oh Yeah, yeah. He was a special dog and and. Even even my buddy and my mom and My nephew, who was really really close to. We still talk about Quincy and. He's been gone for about I. Think three years with this past. May I mean I remember the date because. He was He was around before My wife US around before I met my son, my son was born, but I didn't meet him until he was about a month old and so like he was around when those monumental things happened. And he was more than just a dog. or a pet? You've I. He was he was my buddy. He was my number. One Guy, you know. We hung out There were days that you know and I'm not be moaning. The fact I would have anything to do on a on a Friday night or whatever when I'd hang out. Watch TV or we would you know sit out on the patio together? You know he was. He was my buddy. Absolutely like sign many of them are. Sorry Yeah, yeah! No, yeah, I it to this day. the I'll have I'll have dreams that include quincy and I think that's. The, the the cosmic way of of basically told me that he's still around his. He's there with me. And you know that that never will change and so it and it's an and their subtle occurrences in in my in my dreams, it's not the he's the.
"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Taking his time, you know for the last seven years of his life helped me understand patience of making sure. The dog can take his time going upstairs, and so Clark has has that. Of. Quincy to thank I guess for that lesson for me to have learned rather than going come Clark. Let's hurry up and go upstairs. You know I can take your time. I know you'll get up eventually and I'm right behind you. Simony subtle things that I do teach us that. We don't really think about kill light. Up. And It's unbelievable that every one of my basset hounds that I've had I can see some aspect of quincy in each of them, and the thing is all three of them at all three of them other than you know. Why have had four total? But all three had significant time with Quincy so I think they learn those things in those times that they had with him and. I honestly think that Quincy is the reason why I've owned for you. Know a absolutely because I I, can he he. He bread that love of that style of dog. gather messy. Yeah, they slobber There that's nothing that some paper towel or a junk towel can can clean up you know. Wipe off his face or wipe off her face. because I have a male female now and it's just. They're they're so loving. That's why I love them and in Quincy, set the bar so high, but made it possible for me to say okay. That's all that in Quincy one when he was no. Clark sage or whatever so Clarksburg Quincy! Started a trend in my family that. he actually. Got a Basset Hound because of Quincy one of my best friends from from my childhood He had a Basset Hound I. mean the and it was because they saw what type of dog Quincy was. That did you become a member of any sort of like bass, clubs or anything like that for the quincy sort of just hang with any bring anyone and everyone. Quincy hung out with every single animal that he. All of my dogs other than Quincy Bark at people, walking by Quincy would just sit there like. If you didn't know. Quincy was standing at the door or like on the on the fence line. We have a picket fence right next to the sidewalk. You might be scared because you didn't hear him. You like him and go like what is that? And then you realize it's just quincy standing there. Sniffen, so he, didn't he? We didn't. We didn't have an see. That's the drawback of being in such a small town. In the aspect of there's not a lot of people that have basset hounds, nearby and so it and this was. facebook. Groups didn't really exist where you can kind of coordinate meetings or anything, or if they did, I didn't pay attention to him until you know well past Well past that time I. I mean they they exist now, but my two dogs shoot. They get along with every single dog to they just bark at him though. So Quincy, wasn't he?.
"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"He decided he wanted to be under under the blanket well. He laid on it and it Kinda wrapped under him and I'm like. And, he was already snoring. So I'm like well. Just cover up and. I woke up about I. Don't know how much later after into the night I woke up and he had wrapped himself like a Burrito in the blanket and I had had. I had just a little. Corner of the blanket over me. I'm lacking and he's again. Is knows sticking out the end and he snoring. He's, but he's storing because he's sleeping he just. Watch he's. got a different blanket because he would. He was a he was a funny. Funny Dog I think. That was his unusual I've never met a dog that had kind of a personality of being so playful, but kind of like almost the equivalent of dry humor because he would do it at the most inopportune times like you wouldn't think he was doing he was doing. It was just being funny. Or? Maybe I'm over thinking I don't know I I truly think that dogs have personalities in the aspect of having sense of humors too because. I i. just think they have to. Why not do that at all, or at least that with the interpretation of humor, and they just think right? Yeah I'm just I'm just doing it in a right right. It's funny to us. And, so you gotta think that you know they're playing so whether or not. You? Know I guess if they they play and they yelled out. They understand that that's not them playing anymore. I guess I don't know but I. Just Quincy was so funny when it came to that aspect of. A. He knew when to I'd be talking to him or something and he. He didn't like touch too much. which was kind of kind of what I wanted? I didn't want a dog that had to be a lapdog, but would be once in a while I, guess you know to be able to come over..
MBTA Services to Increase Significantly in Greater Boston
"Increase service on the MBTA with the state continuing to re open the T. will have more service on all subway lines an ad week day service on nearly sixty bus routes beginning Sunday and Monday shuttles will run of the Green Line CD any branches this weekend through a next week redline shuttles continue all weekend through next week replacing trains between Quincy center and Braintree
Bitcoin Falls - Profits Made
"I don't come. Download the APP and put in the code. Try to call feel bias. Walk into the tram to come crypto shy well. Wasn't yesterday, a bit of a wild one high. Gee, WHIZ! Absolutely nuts. Big foles in markets as I was pretty confident, we'd say we did say some very strong moves down and listen good training conditions as well. No huge amount of opportunities also fought around the same so the time if you will try to, the CRYPTO, cried Naci boost strategies, you would've been had the opportunity on Bonnets on ails on Tron and on Cod Donna, which moved the laced, and that's the one I took. But still, WANNA percent profit for the day. Yesterday pretty stoked about that. Yeah let me saw a beautiful boost to the just couldn't raise the ordering Thomas a volatile my sword the calculations. They'll just get it quick enough. Tron beautiful and yes gripe. Fifteen minute time from I love the fifteen minute timeframe on the top ten perc contracts. Why are you asked me well because you've got a big position? Entering you stop also pre taught. So when you've got your entry and you stop plus really tie, it means that will effectively you end up with a lot more contracts? Now that could have the you know you can be. A double edged sword. In the sense that you know not, there's not much liquidity they. You can't call some slippage that. but if it does if you do taunt properly then, yeah, you can absolutely kill the pigs. It doesn't take very much movement to make some very very lodge money on a multiple of risk. It's one percent. Oh, half percent whatever you like, so yesterday was released is You know that I did saw was going to go to those low timeframes. That was the plan. I put out there on my youtube, so if you not they guy follow it. It was with planet. Put out of everybody really stuck to that plan and it was successful. Now When the markets wrought fool your fifteen minute timeframe the law or even fifty nine out the half an hour one hour. Well, it's just by knowing what the market looks like what it's doing for me. It's when the comes back to the market. We had some serious momentum. Yesterday's lower timeframe souls comfortable to do it. The Quincy he was there for me to fill my bigger orders and I got what I needed. as a matter of knowing what to do and win a Seidel Tom. It's not just about having a trading strategy is a lot of things we need to do is try to make sure that we. Were the right place at the wrong time doing the right things, and that's what law I've tried fools about. That's what might try to coke communities about. It's about sharing this information with people to let them know what my plan is. H time for them to make their own planes It's really important to us that we help the community and we help people to become the best tried is I candidates the whole purpose of the business? Now couple of things the first thing I'll say to you right now. You're not. On my list I'm going to get a video out there today and we're gonna be doing some stuff with a Toro. Coming up, and you'll need an account for it so if you haven't got if your already got an HR archaic now dramas. It says you've already got one. If you haven't got one jump on the mailing list because I'm going to put the link in to get one because I'm going to take you through the crowd, of course, their guy and that's just the beginning is also going to be scans. There's also going to be a lot more. Down the track as we develop and get our licenses, that's right. We'll be looking at other markets eventually as well so That's where it's going to get really dame cool. In on looking forward to that day. Anyway let's go back to the markets and that's just try to call dot COM Gawain do the video newsletter. You can actually jump on rotten massages, and you'll save posted, so can fill your boots on that one. But. Just talking the market now mainly I. It is so difficult to the man. When, I look at it right now, yes, tonight, bearish definitely. The bergische broke down from that daily can looked like all buggy that we're GONNA. Go much much lower. We did move caught a lot lower me from from yesterday's close. To where we bat bottomed out, it was four point seven seven percent, which significant decent move. On I haven't quite quickly so. Know, we headed towards having one of those. You know I nine ten percent decline top dies, but did not even we. We bounced that. You know we bat SPEC, really hot and that's where for me it's. It's a little bit tricky. And the reason it's tricky is because once again. bitcoins just wrecked. itself is a trend. It's gone low. Hi Lola. Then, that's gone straight back up to a high. Low Aloha and if I look at the four outshot. The. We've been here before we will hear. With a hair! Back through April. Now, we get an up trend that would I down as soon as it set itself down. Investment opposite said itself. I wasn't till sort of You know the start of my. Sorry the back end of Ipil, the we started to really have a decent. That was when we sort of went through seventy eight hundred. We ended up around ten grandma. Cunanan suddenly around that sort of figure. At we're going continual choppy period of time. That is very. It's not the best training conditions, the matter of fact, trading, spot or trading margin against BTC's probably given a lot more opportunity than everything else. It's just a matter of being patient. Looking at one point five percent yesterday. I'm happy with that because I ain't got, add on a flat That was a really nice, really nice way to start the week to be feeling fresh to do anything else this week unless the conditions good now with bitcoin yesterday i. Believe it all. Dan, lightly percent at once I've actually closed up one percent on the nose. We had a low thousand, eight, hundred, ninety, and we close at nine, thousand, four, hundred, twenty, eight, so. We're told me five hundred dollar swing, but if you look at the the high of the Diet was ninety five sixteen, so a really wall What does it tell me? It doesn't tell me about the role really? You know there is a low hi, there is a low low, but is there a good daily downturn? Absolutely not it's certainly isn't clear. If it's not clear, it's not there and just go back and white Bitcoin Bitcoin in particular sitting. North thousand four hundred fifteen dollars right now theorem also kind rejected on the dingaling. Two hundred and seventeen dollars thirty two cents, which is exactly the resistance level interesting that one. It did close down only point three percent closing at two thirty one when now slightly down on the session, but not by very much I mean it's point two of a percent, the EXA pay look at how to a hell of smashed down as well, but it closed up one point one percent closing at nineteen point two cents a guy. He's a very strong run backup carney down nineteen point one, which is down point, six of a percent bitcoin cash close down yesterday as well the close to thirty spot seven zero. It had moved old why to a lawyer yesterday twenty four, so a pretty decent eleven move to get back up to closing down point item, percent base, they and also right now it's two thirty, five ninety five point one of the scent they. Look the book the daily downtrend they, it's broken, one seventy six it in a down trend. It looks very bearish to me on in fact, looking for opportunities to try this show at the moment I'm hopeful I. Haven't got anything yet, but I am keeping a close on on this as it does. definitely carry the hallmark of of Loa low coming in here finally, the four Alcan was a legal beat smaller than I certainly would have my My mock there. We currently only saw yesterday with death three point two percent closing at one, seventy, three, six down point to at one, seventy, two non full wrought now lot coin, rolling over as well rejecting those lows yesterday once again with a sitting around some support around one around forty one dollars and sixty four cents at BAFTA, quite strong, it's still pretty solid. Why slightly to the downside Slot Momentum Bearish Saad? A close yesterday Dan Point, six at forty three dollars, seventy five, or about the same rock now. A US against sitting random portal's forty turned was pulled the. Look a its its down point. Two of a percent now toodle fifty two yesterday. It closed down one point three six percents. It's not the clearest translate bonds at a river of a move yesterday. Jay's I really wish I had to take in that instead of Don on the fifth day at one stage. what was the actual low on the fool? Because the foreclose, sixteen fifty fog was down seven point five seven percent on the day. Pounced to close down one percent at sixteen dollars and thirty seven cents, the low was fifteen thirty so over a Duller of a move that very very volatile bonnets was yesterday and look tell you what It's a sort of sort of mock love to try. Just I'm just waiting for my opportunities wants guy. Starring role of now, Dan, point six of the sense sixteen dollars twenty eight
Dow plunges nearly 7 percent on coronavirus concerns
"The Dow today plunging nearly seven percent on concerns of a coronavirus resurgence more than eighteen hundred points lost market analysts Quincy Krosby the market is sensitive to the opening of the U. S. economy but worried about the potential for the virus to
Hopkins, Watson call for name change at Clemson
"News NFL stars the Andre Hopkins and deshaun Watson are calling for their alma mater Clemson University to remove the name John C. Calhoun from the school's honors college Calhoun who was vice president under the John Quincy Adams and inspiration was an outspoken white supremacists to and advocated for slavery Hopkins revealed in an Instagram post that he purposely omits the university's name from player introductions before NFL
NFL stars urge Clemson to remove slave owner's name
"Hey these are some rough days now for Clemson football you've got some stuff brewing down their former Clemson Clemson players at the Andre Hopkins and deshaun Watson they're actually petitioning the university to remove the name of John C. Calhoun from the school's honors college with Hopkins noting that the slave owners influence is the reason he does not mention the university's name when he's introduced well for NFL games yeah this is heavy that's how who served as vice president under John Quincy Adams work back in eighteen twenty five through eighteen twenty nine now yeah he advocated for slavery saying it was a positive good now the campus that part me the Clemson campus is built on
Boston - Weymouth Man Charged With Murdering Father
"Also a Weymouth man has been charged with the murder of his father concerned family members went to the home where both of the father and son lived only to find William walling senior debt they call nine one one officers finding the sun willing willing junior in front of the home according to the police the medical examiner will investigate the cause and manner of Mr Wellings death the younger walling will be arraigned in Quincy District
Boston's Public Health Emergency will remain until further notice
"In Boston where major events are canceled through Labor Day mayor Marty Walsh stresses the virus mitigation efforts are working people need to keep it up and stay vigilant we pray paradise the health and security of all of our residents I want to see I. city bustling again I want to see people coming back and I want to see construction starting and I want to see our restaurants full I want to see our retail shops full I want to go to Fenway I want to go to Foxborough I want to go to the garden I want to do all the stuff that's been missing but we can't either the safety jump right back into it we're expecting more details on Monday from governor Baker on which businesses will be allowed to open first in the slow roll back of pandemic restrictions so many businesses are in a pension unsure whether they'll be allowed to open their doors soon or not WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the hair salon owner on the south shore who's working to ensure her shops ready to open its doors at a moment's notice Lee Cullen is hard at work at her hair salon a step beyond beauty in Quincy repainting the walls putting up shelves and deep cleaning the building Lee has masks face shields hand sanitizer and forehead thermometers ready to go and she's putting up a lot of covert related signs you must wear a mask and if anyone has an elevated temperature please be considerate of everyone else reschedule your appointment for another time Colin says she wants to be ready to hit the ground running if the governor announces Monday that hair salons can re open right away she admits it's a bit frustrating that the governor's been playing it so close to the vest until I hear what he says your guess is as good as mine and it's a little frustrating because people are asking me I don't know the answer either so that's why I'm just trying to get prepared as much as possible then deal with whatever he says on Monday until the cliffs WBZ Boston news
"quincy" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"quincy" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"I had a I had to look it up but we are currently one thousand five hundred eighty nine as a recording that is indicative of a ton of traffic and the reason. There's a ton of traffic is because you have have a lot of content. You have a lot of curriculum. I'd like to talk about why we don't talk about gratuitous detail about how the curriculum works today Eh. Because I think probably a lot of people listening are Students are free code camp or people who have seen him before but let's just talk through the contours of free recode camp at a high level like free code camp as a product and the product surface area and then we can dig into some of the interesting architectural problems. was that you deal with with a product that is at this scale at this throughput and with this small of a budget logic you have these all these interesting cost trade offs to make as well. So let's first just talk about the product surface area. Sure so free. Co Camp Camp is really three different core applications there's the curriculum and portfolios. That's one of the pillars and that is all custom code for the most part. That's when we say the platform that's generally what we're talking about we also have Free Co Camp Dot Org Slash News. Which is our publication and we published several articles today? They're often in-depth explanatory journalism about technology. Then we have the Free Co Camp Forum and that's the third pillar of Free Co camp now all three of those run on separate servers reverse. The frequent camp forum is powered by discourse which is a really cool self hosted open source forum tool created by in the founder of stack overflow. Jeff Atwood in his team and that's very well maintained and you can get your own since the discourse running really easily if you want to you can just deploy to the cloud and it will live on its own server docker container and there you go same thing with Free Free Co camp dot org slash news that is running on ghosts which is another self hosted open source project that just released version three of their their tool tool. And it's like wordpress but it doesn't have a lot of the baggage that comes with wordpress. wordpress is excellent but it does have some vulnerabilities in and it does have a very complicated plug in system and wordpress is trying to do a lot of things whereas ghost is just trying to be a publication tool so we have have eighty seven thousand articles on Trico capital Rick Slash News at this point and we have hundreds of thousands of posts on free. COCHEM DOT org slash more. So.
"quincy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Quincy news time nine forty eight. Partly sunny skies, thirty three degrees with a real feel not too far behind twenty eight. We'll see partly sunny skies today with a high of forty attack summit is being held at the White House today executives from Microsoft, Google, oracle and more will join a round table discussion on ideas to ensure American leadership in the industries of the future. It's not clear if the president is attending he told reporters back in August. He thinks Google and Facebook and Twitter, treat conservatives and Republicans unfairly while about President Trump and trade and his comments this week that he was quote tariff man, the Dow fell nearly eight hundred points Tuesday yesterday, the markets were closed to honor former President Bush President Trump tweeted yesterday that he believes China will honor its promise to buy more American right now the Dow down. Four hundred seven points more in money watch at nine fifty six so who might the Russia's special counsel? Indict Fox News is judge. Andrew Napolitano tells the Dan Abrahams serious show. Donald Trump junior is expecting to face charges any of Trump's inner circles now going to get indicted. Yes, I don't know who. But I do know that Donald junior has told friends he expects to be indicted, you expect he'd be indicted. Yes. And what about Jared Kushner, I don't know about Jared Kushner, I think Jerry Corsey is going to be indicted. I don't know about Roger stone. Napolitano also says it is a huge deal that former national security adviser Michael Flynn's been reportedly cooperating with Robert Muller says the judge the president himself should be extremely uncomfortable about this wins. News time nine forty nine. A homeless man who's been camping out at the Brooklyn plaza for the past couple of weeks. Scott the heave ho some twenty NYPD. Officers reportedly tore down his home made of shopping carts and plastic covering outside a subway station at Parkside and ocean avenues the post has joining in on the job after NY ambulances EMT's workers from homeless services the homeless man who lost part of his leg when he was hit by a subway train in two thousand twelve also got one hundred dollar fine. But was allowed to keep his belongings and was last seen heading north in his motorized wheelchair wins. News time nine fifty. Should you have to pay to drive into midtown elected officials? Join St. safety advocates in lower Manhattan, this morning to say that charging a fee to drive into Manhattan below sixtieth street would actually reduce the number of accidents. Fewer cars fewer accident.
"quincy" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Talked earlier about the landscape of the face how that is critical to all these films improperly all films, and that is such a key building. Block of anybody graphical film is how you're going to conduct an interview how you're going to frame that subject in an interesting way and Allen, you talked about your intention from the beginning to film this portrait of Quincy in an observational way. As opposed to sitting him down with the fiscus plant behind him. And do an interview. Can you talk about the visual approach that you took this film to to to capture the landscape of the face that that then was describing. Yeah, it will just before I jump to that just wanna give shout out to them that when I was in hospital. The one of the first documentaries are saw was one of the social club and. It was the first film that odd sane that moved me. And all VR you know. kid, and and studying music and was able to say document where brought me to tears as a child, and I was just I couldn't believe that had happened. And it inspired so many of my friends from a country town in stri to get into African music. You know, like jamming. In woollen gong to all this African stuff. And at inspired inspired me so much that when it came to try and make my first film with keep on Cape on the first thing, I did was sit down and watch that movie. And the thing that came to mind was that this is a time captial, but he's what he's done is is going to lost some Saimaa much further than all of us. And when I'm in the editing by that's actually, something on the wall. I always brought time capsule. Just to remind me of like, this is with he set the standard the what I strive force. I just wanted to give you that little bit night. It's huge for me. And really appreciate it. And then so for this this film, we didn't want to sit down and do interviews with Quincy. When people get older that they get anecdotes and stories become condensed. And I kinda shifted the time. So what we wanted to do was get to as close to the source of the story and use that. So he luck. Luckily, Quincy almost thirty years ago done autobiography, so there's a lot of information there and also having finding this this archive. We're able to find interviews and things that happened in the periods that Reseda mentioned that Quincy had double Brian aneurysm in the seventies. We found audio of him sitting on the hospital bed talking to somebody about that aneurysm. Like the moment that he he'd come out of the surgery, and he has a story about that today, but just to be able to plant ourselves into H era wherever we could like Frank Sinatra talking..
"quincy" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"And as the choices were made, the available pumpkins got smaller and smaller and more and more miss shaping until the only pumpkins left for Quincy were very small and often puckered or dimpled or malformed in some way that made it difficult to carve Quincy was used to it, but he did long to one day be able to carve a big round pumpkin. Like his older brothers and sisters. Well, the tradition in their house was to pick the pumpkins after the first hard frost when the vine and the leaves died. And the patch was now left with only the orange squashes. The patch always looked magical with the pumpkins, sitting quietly by themselves in the garden, no longer hidden by large green leaves on these mornings. The children would always wake early and then claim the pumpkins one by one. Quincy always tried to wake up early and find himself a bigger pumpkin. But year after year, he was one of the last and would have to be satisfied with one of the smallest left over pumpkins. This particular autumn was no different and buy breakfast time. All the children had their carving pumpkins picked with Marianne holding the largest and Quincy holding the smallest. Plans were made to start carving them after school and after noon, chores. Quincy was too young to attend school. So he stayed home and help around the house a bit more. He carried in some wood for the cook fire swept out the entry way, fed the pigs, the leftovers from breakfast and raked a few leaves with his father. And then he had some time to himself for playing. Quincy put his pumpkin next to his bed on the third floor and side, it would be difficult to carve. He could see that. Not only was it small, but it had a flat side that hadn't even fully turned orange yet. It was still green. He imagined enough room on the rounded side for two is and maybe a small mouth. But that would be all he side again and then headed downstairs and outside to do some exploring. He went to investigate some of his secret places around the yard to see if anything had changed. You see Quincy had little to call his very own. So he had several secret spots around their property that no one, but he knew about. There was a little chamber in the barn foundation where he could hide treasures this. He accessed by removing one of the smaller round foundation stones. There was a hollowed out hole in one of the apple trees that he covered in sticks and moss he imagined that perhaps it chipmunk would want to make it into a winter home. But every time he checked, there were no chipmunks inside. There was a series of tiny stick houses. He built on the other side of the raspberry patch fencing where he played with tiny dolls of wrapped corn stalks. One of his play areas was a spot by the spring where they retrieved their water. He had a gathering of stones that he set up as a long dining room table for the mice. He had little plates made of acorn caps and tiny forks and knives made of dried grass, shoots. On this morning, he headed to the spring to see if perhaps the mice used the table only to find several of the acorn caps and dried grass, utensils, missing. He looked around to see if the wind had blown them to the side, but no sign. He looked over the stones for a while and then resolved to find more acorn caps and start over. The oak tree was near the edge of the garden next to the compost pile. Most of the vegetable scraps went to their pigs, but sometimes the unused insides of peppers or shavings from potatoes or pits from cherries were tossed into the compost. Instead. Quincy walked up the hill to the oak tree and started picking through the clumps of grass and weeds that had survived the hard frost. He was looking for acorns caps. He started his search in the front and while and around the back where there were several spindly wild raspberry vines. Usually there were thicker weeds there as well, but the frost had flattened them in. He could see the ground much more clearly. When he peaked under the raspberry vines. However, he did not see acorns in caps. Instead, he was surprised and amazed to see something bright gold. He marveled for a moment. Wondering if he had just discovered some kind of fairy treasure and then saw that there was a withered stock coming out of one end. It was a vegetable. He realized probably some kind of squash when he reached into sees the little squash, he could see that the stock wound around the other side of the tree and over to the compost. He twisted it and it broke free. And then he leaned against the oaktree to study what he had just discovered. It was small, only a little bigger than his own hands. It was roundish like a squash, but it's surface was covered in smooth bumps like the surface of pancake when it is frying up in a hot pan. It's skin was hard quite hard, but what was particularly impressive to Quincy was its color? It was the brightest yellow gold brighter than the maple leaves brighter than summer squash. And in a way it reminded him of the sun itself. He had never seen vegetable like it before, and he decided he needed to show his mother right away. She was at work on a pie and was positioning the top crust over the fruit Quincy came in and presented the vegetable proudly saying, look, mother. I found this, what is it? Is it
"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I'm sure it didn't make your lives easier. So why did you choose to do that? I think it was important stylistic choice. Be agreed upon really early in the process. Because this is an intimate movie and we wanted it to feel first person and the way to do that is to not make it feel academic. And that's what happens when I watched moves talking head sometimes I like it. But for this, you know, we wanted to stave this role. We wanted to stay emotionally wanted to stay intimate, and we had such great audio from not just my dad, but all the people in his life surrounding his life. So with if we can just create an visuals to support the audio that you could stay in his own easier, was their model for this in terms of other ducks that you wanted to emulate? Well, there is some films that have done that Sana. Yeah, enemy. Yeah. Such a wonderful co piteous. Yeah, and it's a more complicated way to go about it to the construction becomes more complicated. But what we hoping to do is that in h erode fond is much Oreo from Quincy from that period so that it wasn't. It's not a retrospect res- story as we get into the sixties. He's. In the sixties. And he's talking about that time as we end the seventies, he's talking about that time while it's happening. So we tried to do that as much as possible. Yeah, and not many people have had their lives documented enough to do that. So that's pretty interesting. I guess, Leslie, what was like for you guys to show the film finally, after all these years of working on it to him and what was his reaction? Well, we were definitely nervous. Of course, it's it's a long time coming and and also you get more into your process and you wonder if the person who the processes about is going to see what you see and all that stuff. And that's true for anybody film, but he was there for the ride. I mean, he cried. He laughed, and he said, after he saw the film, which is like a whole areas reaction because you anybody watches that film and it makes them feel lazy. It makes them feel like they wanna get up the next morning and maybe try to do something that's a little less less than sleeping in their bed. He said, I wish I could live forever. He's still got the juice. He's still got the juice, and that's he's true one of a kind, and I think seeing him react to the film is emblematic of that because who the hell would say that after seeing the mind. Blowing accomplishments in life that he's lived like who would say that true? Anything I was nervous man because this is a lot of stuff in there that you think that he wouldn't like. There's a lot of stuff that you like, oh my God, and he'd given us this law to be able to just freely create this movie and he hadn't seen it and we're just like, oh my goodness. And then he just went totally totally into it. Thankfully, he really liked. And thankfully that's also been the predominant response here so far as you guys of rolled it out in New York and LA, and congratulations and thank you for doing this. And now for my interview with the man himself, Quincy Jones. Mr. Jones. Thank you so much for doing this and congratulations on the documentary. Thank you. We always begin by just asking all of our guests to share, and obviously a lot of this is dressed in the film, but where were you born and raised in? What did your folks do for a living Chicago, Illinois to thirty three nightmare. People complaining about the sixty seven's as they should try to his fifty right after the Borussia. Yeah. And your folks father was a master carpenter with a gang..
"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"But if the people that are just getting in front of him, he's in the middle of talking through a story and that post late in the next person comes and he continues it and Jeff. Yeah, totally improvising that to be recording that throughout a diet, you can see that like there is just such a rich history that and he just wants to share it. So as far as the costs concerned, this things like despondent that he had the first music that was ever played on the moon Flemington appropriately. Yes. Finding out that that he was in the room standing next to the piano with John Coltrane win miles Davis, recorded Kanda blue and Quincy's like twenty three years old. He's just the, but not just there is like a young kid. He's a major ranger in the city. He's a very at the top two. See that he could climb this Ladda this creative leda in different aspects of music, and then further into production and filmmaking. He became a Trump apply. He's supposed things he wanted to play the trumpet. He rose up in that. And then he decided he wanted to be arranger and he rose up to the top of that. Then he decided he wanted to rock the strings in rise up to the top in that film schools, you know, it just keeps and this is all before Michael Jackson, right? So I don't know, talk for hours about this prizes you find out about a person like that. Definitely. I thought one of the most interesting creative decisions you guys made was to not do what we see in most documentaries about people with such rich lives, and that is to not show any talking head interviews. We don't see anybody, whether it's the subject or people who knew him going on and giving us x position..
"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I just love honestly, I love seeing all the stuff of him young because you know, I appeared as a child halfway through my dad's life, and he had lived this really big life before he ever got to me. I'm the six of seven kids. So to see footage of him playing in Lionel Hampton's band is amazing eighteen to see him working on scores in the sixties. Incredible. 'cause I've never seen that in life. Never seen that in motion Starr who was capturing all this footage. I mean to me it was more a product of the home video camera age. Most of us have VHS is and stuff at home, but like we're talking stuff from the fifties sixties. It's from it's from the place and this things in that there's a super footage that we found that's family behind footage on had a lot of that stuff. Yeah. And there was piggies off as well. That was another. But then this this stuff that has never seen a lot of died, like there's some right Charles interviews and some Frank Sinatra interviews that when we first showed the movie to Quincy these things Hayes never heard before, and these are his friends and that long since gone and speaking about him almost to him. And that was very emotional, Quincy Quincy first, Tom that he saw and that was just sitting in a vault, would you guys sort of sense a lot of this research to happen in his own Bel Air you guys, you know, letting him know when you make various discoveries, or was it all just sort of sprung on him at the end. He sort of wanted it that way. He, he said, just let me know when you're done, which is the best news you can hear from a subject. There's nothing worse than my romancing subject when it's family family's micromanage. So speaking of that aspect of things as his daughter, what for your sheet? It was the hardest thing to not be able to put in there to share with the world and what was the hardest thing to have to put in their share with the world? Well, I think probably the hardest thing not to put in. It's just all the stuff that didn't make it in because story. So big, you know, and we had to make pretty tough decisions about how to edit this particular story. There's so many other stories to be told. And then I would say the hardest thing to put in was the thing that I think we had to put in which was footage of him not doing well, you know, in the hospital having health stuff because I am protective of him. But I also know that you can't tell a real story unless you have all the information in there. And of course there's, you know, you make these editor decisions about what kind of story tell the story of his life is whether or not he can see it every day. He pushes himself to the edge, and then he kind of like Sobers up. You know, sometimes literally sometimes just psychologically and he pushes on the next decade and does a bunch of work. And he has the same pattern again and because he's incredibly strong on every level he's managed to do that. So many more times than should even be real, you know. But I wanted to show the world that I wanted to show him that because there's a lot of that stuff that he wasn't even conscious for. He couldn't even see. So you know, it's important to to tell the whole story and l. in the course of doing this, was there something that you came to learn better, appreciate about Quincy that you didn't know before? I mean, you're obviously much more knowledgeable about music and I'm sure about Quincy than your average gun street, but still to get this deep into it. What were the biggest revelations to you? A man Quincy Jones. You know, you find out something new every day, whether you actually filming with him or you're in the. So he's constantly telling stories, and if you film him for full day it. Oh, makes sense..
"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Quincy Jones and miles Davis anyways, through some crazy of stances end up meeting him becoming friends and eventually joining his band and play with him for five, six years. And during that time, I felt this whole thing that maybe we should be filming clock because he's one of the last living legends from that time and nobody had done anything. So a switch gays and started making film about him and keep on keeping on, came out in twenty fourteen won the audience award and the best new documentary. Director ward at the two thousand fourteen Tribeca film festival, and it was in the course of making that that I think you I trust has with Quincy Jones, and I guess we have snoop Dogg's broken ankle to thank for for. Can you. Can you explain how this movie might not be happening? Quincy might not be happening without snoop Dogg. Well, in keep on keeping on that was a moment where Quincy literally walks into the film and he was coming down to Arkansas to record with clock Terry, who's going to sing his trademark mumbles yells it, and snoop Dogg was gonna wrap with him. So Quincy was coming down to produce that session and to also hang out with these teacher. And snoop Dogg was playing basketball with his son in the driveway before go into the airport, sprained his ankle and didn't come and so is just kinda fight that Quincy was already on the flight and just spent the day hanging out with clock and met clocks, student news, the lawn, piano, plaid, Justin Coughlan. And then Quincy took a locking to Justin's playing and I became friends and he eventually sawn Justin who was also the the other main character in that incapable Cape Ann on and Quincy came on as executive producer of keep on you guys. I was beginning of that Rashida people know you best as an actress, obviously was directing something that you've always wanted to do more of or was it specifically because you wanted to help tell your father story that you are now directing this film? Well, directing, certainly been something I've been interested in, and I've directed a couple of possitive my shell and an episode of doc series that I created with two other. Women hawkers wanted turned on, but I had never done anything feature length. And I think it probably took something as personal as this to help me take this scary jump to this. So yeah, I mean, it was sort of both. And I know that your father has said that, you know, through coming to know Al over the course of the last few years, he has great affection and trust for him. But also I wonder he probably takes the confidence that somebody has a child to move forward with something like this. Right. Do you think you know how important was it to him that you would also be anchoring the store and wanted him to do it? Well, when I I mentioned to him that I wanted to make documentary. He's he was very excited. I think there's like, you know, nice energy, I, you're proud of your kid. And then also my dad is a, he's a true purist, extrovert. I mean, you really is the definition of that world. He, he gets energy from other people, and I think you know, having a crew around. Him having me, we trust yes, very important, but having a crew around him and and being able to kind of, you know, charm, the camera while he charms other people, letting people into his life like that is something that's kind of a core value for him as a human being. So it definitely helped in terms of us having access and also telling a story that wasn't always, you know, the positive best representation of him at any given time. I think it took a kind of special team to do that well in because he's had such a jam-packed, long life with so many different chapters. Was there ever any consideration to doing what has become increasingly a popular thing to do? Docu series something like what we saw with an j. mayor America or any of the, you know, just there's tons of them now or was it always important to you guys to do it as a feature length documentary. I mean, the truth is there's absolutely enough footage to do many, many seasons of docu series. His got a big old life and luckily we had access to so much archive material..
"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Two special Grammy's nineteen thousand nine trustees award and nineteen ninety two's legend award. He's also a two thousand thirteen inductee into the rock and Roll Hall of fame and recipient of its lifetime achievement award. His friends call him q, but the world knows him as the incomparable Quincy Jones over the course of our conversation at the four seasons in Beverly Hills. The eighty five year old. And I discussed a wide range of topics including how he was shaped by his dark childhood, how he first began playing music professionally while he was still in his teens, what it was like being black in Hollywood and abroad as he was building his career, how he reinvented himself in so many different areas of the entertainment industry over the years and what motivated him later in his career to champion up and coming talent like Jackson Winfrey and Smith. What he thinks of the state of music and America today and what he makes of Quincy the claim new documentary feature about his life and career. But I, I was joined at the four seasons by Alex and Rashida Jones. The co directors of the aforementioned documentary Quincy which had its world premiere on September. Ninth at the Toronto international film festival receiving a huge thinning ovation, which has since had it's American premieres in New York and LA garnering the same response and which debuted on Netflix last Friday, Allen Rashida. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so l. let's start with you if we can. I don't know if people caught it in that one word there, but they'll know from your accent, you are shrill leeann. What brought you to America and specifically to filmmaking? Yeah, from from town co, woolen going south of Sydney about an hour and a half South Sydney and grew up as a drama musician, and I was really interested in jazz and moved to New York when all his eighteen to. Shoe jazz in study music scholarship, the yes, yeah. I've got a scholarship to guy to university William Paterson university just outside of New York City. When I was, I mean, and yet I went on ended up playing drums in the band of the great clock Terry, the the Trump plant food also been a teacher, many years earlier of Quincy Jones. Yeah..
"quincy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Quincy Jones on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. This is how I feel about jazz. Now there is a debut album title. He barely misses the stereo line. So much of Quincy's writing at this time is with an awareness of stereophonic recording. And how you can make the orchestra have a little conversation with itself. But this is a motto record. It came out early in nineteen fifty seven and plainly putting money where mouth is how does Q feel about jazz. He hires guys who could make their own records as headliners like art farmer in Hank Jones, Paul chambers. Milt Jackson Zoot SIMS and Herbie Mann. They all participated. It's also the beginning of a long relationship with creed Taylor. Quincy Jones coming into quintessence. Nice to be with you, Paul Cavalcanti here and the songbook page through and find Billie holiday with the most convincing until the real thing comes along that you'll hear this is a song that you gotta meet it. Oh boy. She does. Where? Thing comes. Oh. Yes. Thank you. Now, we love you. For you. No. Love you. Hardest. Nah. Shit..
"quincy" Discussed on The Read
"I went to claude the mike oh no i love him very quickly talk about uh some of the worst things the quincy jones said it means area is these interviews are life fuck you talking about which amee worse things it's not the best things i wanna be eighty five years old i want to get there and just see what i have to say quincy jones is apparently got a whole bunch of a fancy black things coming up in quincy jones land he did an interview with gq nab with vulture and said some outlandish things including on fair francs natural tried to who came up with marilyn monroe but marilyn monroe had called a chest that looked like payers man which i believe in what looks like pairs he said the mother fucking seeing talking about elvis presley on the he used to buy dope off of malcolm x uh prince tried to run over michael jackson with a limo and the james brown show um vat bubbles bit receded jones when she was a baby i feel like i heard this story before michael jackson use the steel everything because he was greedy music click everybody's knee as a um apparently apparently he knows who assassinated a jfk which is like the his answer was a common theory has been going around how i also global ray um apparently he know some shit about hillary clinton but he did not say that allow that's what i want i really wanted in this because what did you say.
"quincy" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"You're out five basketball you come in like dressed you're for your tommy's all painted in colorado she a chicken no brain idea i don't know i've seen these boyfriend acting the at the china chinese laid navies boyfriend forever so i i love this let's be all the homes here that's an issue walking air force one that's the first time i think any was caught his hair youth blown oxford via such oh i can't wait to see you here the other news about trump today that quincy jones quincy jones yeah dated avant trump a war what he said well quincy own quincy quincy puts it down you're going to go and now because the aims gap and then it's a black being because twenty jones older than her father don't do i think he's eighty nobody put it to eloquence quincy jones oquiry fino with trump's followers in free still far 3of4 out but i put it i i had the great honour of of watching him work no i'm sure dick no women yeah if quincy jones cool this is real that's real he not making it up he came into velika verbatim interview he said all kinds of shit he said she was a he said i think he said quoting that might be at a concert for her she was a bad mother she's a fine mother falker wrong father though honky hitter he hit or with that thriller dick while quincy jones theater with that thrillers and i remember twelve years joe huge myth she must be super into all do most eighty now to lay ear.