19 Burst results for "Sakamoto"
"sakamoto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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Bill Criminalizing Sharing Of Crime, Accident Photos After Kobe Bryant's Los Angeles Crash Passes First Hurdle
"News say bill that criminalizes sharing photos of the crime or accident scene is make its way through Sakamoto this is the order of the cinnamon Mike Gibson of Carson but that bill and the enter the state capitol after the Bryant helicopter crash in which an LA county sheriff's deputy trainee shared some photos this bill is cleared its first hurdle through committee it will carry a maximum punishment of a year in jail five thousand dollars in fines
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Ready State
"Back until yourself talk to yourself early monopoly you got over some fear issues and things but what would you go back even as an early coach early athlete. What would you counsel yourself now knowing and have all the experience you have probably we in just <hes> you know I think I I was so hellbent? On teaching people the intensity piece of cross fit before teaching them all all of the complete form and function piece of cross fit and would beautiful about cross it is not just the intensity but <hes> the potential in the form and function -ality of it all and I think that in those early early days as a as a trainer you I was so ready to just like beat people to <hes> and now as as a trainer I'm so much more concerned with <hes> moving them slowly and pitching them correctly the first time I teach them a movement <hes> even if that means we don't put quite as much intensity on I feel like we have so many more things that we can <hes> use to to do the it quote unquote intensity piece which is a little less risky whether that's a sled push an assault by or just other things and it doesn't need to be a heavy thruster or seventy five unbroken pull ups or you know whatever it is I just I would've slowed myself down in the crush people on the bike today yes even when you were saying that I think about like the early days in how many times Kellyanne Adrian in particular like smashed people with their experimental ideas and you know and then the you know the same they started pulling back on the intensity and focusing on the mechanics yep and I think that's just it is as long as coaches as coaches. We can understand ooh. There's a better way to do this and were willing to change the nats all this whole thing's about right. We're all evolving in progressing and trying to get better and learning from each other so I don't fault any of us in those early years for doing what we were doing. The more important thing is that that were learning from some of our early mistakes and changing those ways I apologize to some of our athletes were still touring with us from the very first from our backyard. I haven't said this week. I'm so sorry it was so bad so you were probably better than the rest. I'll tell you is that our newest coach and the gym is better than me at like when I started. That's what he's probably learning from you any. I can't let you go on this season the podcast without asking you how the Wad Anne came to be <hes> if there's a story behind that and if you've actually done any before any again right that many people who actually have avenue named Crawford workout named after themselves I yeah I wish I knew the story. I wish it was a little bit more like <hes> Kelly Moore's story if you know the story about the workout Kelly story or Nicole's exactly.
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Ready State
"And I can see that in my twelve year old daughter like when she hasn't exercised for a few days she gets she gets kind of <hes> for lack of a better word bitchy and she now can recognize that a knows that she needs to go out and do something she needs to get physical because it affects her mental state <hes> an even just her ability to like do our homework and that kind of stuff is so much better when she's had physical activity and it's just really neat to see now at twelve that the that she's more self motivated to do that kind of stuff <hes> we have a thirteen fourteen year old who is going to wake up one day and be like what I own a gym. I have access to all this technology but even still I have to be like George. We're going out and we're muscle snatching snatches one of the things that <hes> you know these deep relationships you know it's it's so fun for us to to talk to the people who are so important to us when we began this conversation but I love to just talk about a second about our mutual friend Eva Tordo Kim and sort of <hes> can you just the people who are listening because eva was such a I mean you guys were so iconic and I think in this virtual community in the beginning the three of you Nicole Carroll not and you we would just we watched everything you did because you were examples of how to do it and what it looked like it was possible I mean I still picture of you doing a sit up with a log laughing your butt off like that. It was one of the main site forever and ever and that's burning in my head. Can you give us an update about not yes so for those that don't know Eva t who owns her own small airplane was in a plane accident. <hes> I think it was a early February February and she was in critical condition for quite a while. She had to have a good chunk of her skull removed on Ca- she had a pretty bad brain. Hematoma may eventually move to Santa Clara Valley Med which was more of a Rehab Rehab Facility <hes> and she is physically. She's doing great she has she had some <hes> surgeries done on her left ankle. I believe she had broken some vertebrae but she's physically healing got really well. <hes> mentally cognitively. That's definitely a harder battle rate now for her. I visited twice and the first time a lot of her language was missing and it was <hes> there was a lot of gibberish in kind of what what she was saying the second time where she and not was she had actually had the craniotomy where they put the piece of skull back on they had to fabricate a piece of skull out of Titania but they put that back on in it actually promoted <hes> a lot of healing and she's doing a lot better <hes> they just recently. I think it was maybe two weeks ago moved her home she her boyfriend Mitch is living with her her but she has somebody come in for eight hours during the day <hes> to to hang out with her while Mitch is working and you know if anybody can come back to their fullest potential from an incident like this it is. Is Definitely not she is somebody that is so passionate and driven <hes> and just ready to do whatever the work is that needs to be done to get to the place where she wants wants to be. You know if anybody's willing to do that it's Eva and she's she's as far as I know right now. I haven't seen her in a few weeks. She's still making really good progress. Thank you so much thank you. She's just such a legend and we've been following her so one of the things that we you know we now have fifteen years more of experience with this with this this incredible community project which evolved and matured in in become incredible <hes> if you could go back back until yourself talk to yourself early monopoly you got over some fear issues and things but what would you go back even as an early coach early athlete..
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Ready State
"I remember that I watched that yet and I was a member. I remember thinking this is so silly because I'm not going to cross state games and China Chou came up to me in the back and she he said you better go to the cross gates you know and I don't know if she had overheard me talking to somebody about not wanting to go or if it was just by chance or what it was but when she said that to me because she was has devastated she wanted nothing more than to go to the Cross fit games and here I was I had earned a position and was gonna take it and when she said that I was like all right I have to go to the Cross but games <hes> and so I went and it was it was amazing it was I had some great events that year and I had some some events that were really hard for me that year that I that I was the only one out on the floor still working and I just moved out realization and like the community doesn't care how I finish. They just care that I'm giving my best effort and they love me. No matter what and you were the only mother out there was I that year Oh yeah so so I would. I and I just had a blast <hes> so I in two thousand twelve I was gunning to go back. I made it back <hes> so so two thousand eleven I finished ninth-place and I got the spirit of the Games Award <hes>. Can I just buy WanNa go to two thousand twelve but was was one of the workouts in two thousand eleven you guys having to drag something. You were like polling something across the stadium floor. You remember this yet and I remember the very last thing loss workout yet and I remember why like I have a memory of you doing that burned into my mind and I remember thinking I'm like Guowei. Any probably weighs fifty pounds on all these women. That's got a matter anyway proceed ally appreciate that and again it. Was You know that year taught me that you know when you compete. There's things things that you think you're going to be good at and you're gonNA tank APP and there's things that you think you're going to tank at and you do amazing at and there's going to be times when you're on the you're the last one on the floor.
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Ready State
"I think sometimes it's it's. It's not spoken to enough just how radical it was that men and women trained together that was sort of a radical idea right that you guys did the same thing and everyone was responsible for the same work loads that was also crazy because I remember even when we were pulling because I was cross fitting on my own and then she was like you're doing that you're on that website again and then got into and she was like all these things involved pull ups and I remember being like any can deal police. What's the problem you know like a big hurdle for me to get over like being able to pull up and then I was like okay now I can do and then that was when I started losing to Juliet every day the darn it? Why did I teach you how to do who am I getting? I've been losing Juliet for decades now. Okay so on this season the podcast we of course already talked Hollis of Cross Santa Cruz and so we got a little bit of the back story about about <hes> you guys were all working at the original main cross fit and then Greg and Lauren wanted to close that down and you guys all kind of splintered off and started other crosswords. Can you tell us a little bit about that and when you started when that happened when you started your Crawford and so forth yes so I think it must have been late two thousand seven and Greg and Lauren we're living in Prescott and I was kind of helping manage the gym and it was just becoming apparent that that was too hard like I would. I would call them to say we need you to order toilet paper just got super silly <hes> and there was a lot of us I think probably about twelve or fourteen of US training out of that original Jim <hes> and so we all decided very amicably that it was time to the create a a couple of gyms out of that original Jim and for Greg Lauren to shut down on that original space and so I was really Lucky Myself <hes> Rob Miller eva T- <hes> Jimmy Baker <hes> and then Michelle show moods walked down the street basically where the two hundred meter turnaround was for the foreigner meter run and there was an old vogel repair shop that had just moved out and so there was huge bay doors Kinda like the original Jim <hes> and they were looking for tenants and the five of US chose that space it was really smart and are is because we were going to keep a lot of the original clients they were only GonNa have to drive two hundred more meters down the road and and we opened that space in early two thousand eight so we've been there for over eleven years now and you guys are still in that same old Volvo dealership right Iraq yes same space yet. The owners have changed since percents <hes> so Michelle had moved out of town. She came back but when she moved she bought out <hes> Eva bought out a few years ago and so did Rob Miller so that left myself in Jim Baker by the way Jim Baker says hello to both view outome hotel we should hang up the best <hes> and then we took on another lady Helene Bouchard who has just been amazing. She ran a company here in Santa Cruz called S._E._O.. So Org <unk> organizationally Jimmy I would have been so lost without helene and so she's been a great addition to our ownership..
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Ready State
"If you WANNA see twenty five dollars off your first two orders go to territory foods dot com slash yum slash the ready state. Everyone Kelly Start and I'm Juliet Start and this is the ready state. We are thrilled to have anti Sakamoto on the podcast today. If you know anything about early cross it or cross it at all you've probably heard of Anne. She was one of the first women in the sport and went on to become a trainer affiliate owner competitor and one of the most beloved icons in cross it any any was born in Lake Tahoe California but moved to Santa Cruz at fifteen and found a love of water she played water polo and surf during high school and after graduating spent time in Costa Rica and Coit a surf in two thousand four she was back in Santa Cruz managing a restaurant and teaching cardio kickboxing classes when the also legendary Eva Twardokens introduced her to cross it and the rest is history but we'll get the full story straight for Manny and he still lives in Santa Cruz and has been happily married for almost sixteen years and has a daughter and son Dylan and Israel enjoy Sakamoto welcome to the ready state. Thank you for having me we are. We're thrilled okay so here's here's what we you are legend. We've known I mean you have been in our lives. Since we took the first step in the greater kind of you know journey of this crosser experience but I have to tell you that I think about you once a day and here's why not because you're legendary athletic status or the fact that you set the world record for bouncing off a ball air squatting war that you basically created a template for us all to chase but one time when you were going back to the Games hard you leaned up very fast and someone I wanna ask you dude. What are you doing? How'd you get so lean and you just said I just stopped eating a bowl of cereal every night? Do you remember this. Yes I oftentimes under Calorie Rolling into nighttime. We eat early with the girls and then I go to eat again and I'm GonNa Haney. Sakamoto got so jacked by just saying no to the cereal so I just wanted to let you know that I still think of you last night. I was eating bowl of life cereal thinking about you. Favorite Kelly life cereal is what I used to have. That was my absolute favorite. I don't think I've had a bowl in since two thousand eleven and I don't think I've had absence two thousand eleven the the night time desserts like Timmy cereal is not a breakfast food at all of course and it shouldn't be in any time food but if I were to eat it at all. It's definitely like a dessert food. I am one hundred percent with you. I totally agree. I think I think whoever loves cereal invent I think you invented CARB backloading through serial ahead of the Times Unintentional always still legend of the Times okay so we first question out of the gate we've been asking everyone on the season is how did you first become cross awesome aware <hes> you know. Tell us a little bit about your cross fit origin story. How'd you hear about it? How did you start doing it? How did you start being one of the only women who could do certain moves at the beginning mess is new is moved the right word movement?.
Lost and found in Japan
"Now to a story from Japan about a lost wallet. In April a seventeen year old high school student lost, then vital possession while on the way to attend a funeral, a good Samaritan loaned him the equivalent of eight hundred Australian dollars but he left without leaving his name. But that wasn't the end of the story, as our north Asia, correspondent, Jake's termer explains seventeen year old Soma Sacramento was on his way back to his hometown on Yonaguni island to attend his uncle's funeral when you arrive at non high airport station in Okinawa. He realized he'd lost his wallet. He was flustered and stressed that wallet had the sixty thousand yen he needed to pay his airfare, seeing his trouble men asked him what was going on? And after hearing his story gave him the money I don't think hunting, Khandu took up. So much. Sakamoto says he was so panicked at the time he didn't get his name, but he really wanted to find out, who has generous benefactor was the seventeen year old asked his school, principal for advice as a result of local newspaper published an article in which he asked the man to come forward, sixty eight year old all she annoy. Dr in Saitama north of Tokyo responded. Annoying says his colleague, Kolding, I thirty in the morning he thought it was about a patient that a taken a turn for the worse. Instead, it was to tell him that he was in the news on Tuesdays wake the pair finally minutes. Shaking hands in front of many news. Cameras enormous said one time. No saying with a rice smile. And second Moto thanked him for his kindness. He paid him the money back and the pair exchanged gifts Sakamoto gave a paperweight he'd made it school inscribed with their names and the would appreciation on it in his gift to Sakamoto will what else but a wallet one that he's determined not to lose. If you lose something in Japan, this a very high chance. You'll find it again. It happened to rugby union star Matt guitar earlier this month. He lost his wallet on a busy train containing his passport, credit cards and quite a bit of cash. It was returned with nothing missing. And he said, on Twitter, he thought someone might have actually cleaned, it a producer colleague of mine in the bureau has on multiple occasions, left her phone in a taxi most recently this wake and every time the driver has come back to drop it off. No payment required. So what happened to seventeen year old Soma Sakamoto's wallet? It was found at the station, of course. Untouched with all of the cash still inside. Japanese story, the Jake's term reporting from Tokyo.
"sakamoto" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Or ready, very close and just from years as an actor No, get? I get you know, taking out. How can I get rid of the paranoia for the other actor, and it's just like voice from somewhere else? There's no even video village. I would just go into the didn't watch play back. I didn't even want. I don't want chairs. I don't want anything. And like Clint Eastwood with American sniper. He was always right there. I would ask him and David please be really close. So I'm always very close all those scenes that Jackson's not in. I was right there. Right by the camera. Poor Scott Sakamoto, who's the greatest ever. I would always be right hunched over him. But that 'cause I like it. It's it's a community you're doing it together. And for me as an actor. I could give you my best work if you make me feel safe and it's inclusive, and we're doing it together. And you got you got my back if you're just throwing me out there, and I'm sort of in this abyss me personally. I'm not going to give you what you want in setting that. That's our responsibility to set an atmosphere and risk to fail. That's the other thing. Let's just try stuff as Jackson's other actors watch that was horrible. It's like it doesn't matter. Let's just let's go and the other thing about anxiety. It's like what you were saying. Like did. I did I excavate as much that was the thing when you're in that whole like did we go deep enough. Did we utilize time? Have we explored enough? Have we gotten to the truth enough? We gotta keep going until they say time's up, and when something's behind you, for example, there's a moment in the scene. We just saw where I think he's Ramon who's behind you who's laugh, you're you're you're in front of the other performers. How are you being able to as a director recognized that all of these people behind you are giving you what you want it? Well, that in terms of the drive that was all about creating an environment where people are going to be acting natural. So it's it's it's getting a rhythm before we even started shooting of having music playing getting people talking. Getting so there and almost them not even knowing because we were shooting so fast. And also placing people that I would watch behaving in a way that I thought was naturalistic behind me at that time..
"sakamoto" Discussed on Get Up!
"On ESPN two one and all these Sakamoto he'd lows we're going to keep you here for a while. So let's get right into this quickly Tobias Harris Philly makes the Sixers in the east. Now what better than they were before in the conversation with everybody else's now a four team race? They got some chemistry issues to figure out four dudes who really liked to have the ball. I think they can get over that. But they got a lot to figure out in two months. But. Allen wise. They're starting five is on par with anybody their bench benches, a mess, but they have some time to figure that out. I think they'll be in the market for bile players. So their roster isn't complete but right now, they will have dipped issues. I still feel like Zach Lowe said multiple teams have chemistry already that they've tried. They're they're going to try to catch up to. So it's gonna be interesting to see how fast able to Jalen. I were looking at it before they bring in two guys this year Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris who will both be free agents. So there is an element of going for it right now to this, right? If they don't go deep into the playoffs go to the finals, and they lose those guys this will wind up having been a very very bad year. Yes. It's kind of wild what they've done this year. And it makes you think the biggest what if over all of this is what if more Celts were good because if Mark is good. They can just hold tight develop their team around the three young guys play in free agency, which they haven't quite forfeited yet. Because like you said both those guys are free agents. They can get back in. It doesn't seem ideal to get back in after. Trading for those guys. But it's fascinating. How be shocked if both of those guys re-signed this all season, I'll be shot, but one of them you keep one of us ably one too many teams with so much money available. Okay. So we'll have more time to dissect this. But here's the question. I've been waiting all morning long to ask you because this was running rampant all over social has been assuming the Lakers do not acquire Anthony Davis by Thursday afternoon at three o'clock, which no one seems to think they're going to is the best course of action in the big picture for the Lakers two tank. The second half of the season. I mean, this is the kind that's the kind of thing that like, you know, the cold calculating analytics, folks. But no, you don't tank with the Brown on your roster, and you don't take with young guys. If you want to continue to develop these young guys, you don't get AD. They're still on your team a playoff series. Whether it's against the warriors or whoever that's a good experience for them and the clippers may or may not drop out of the race. So it's not easy to tank anyway. Absolutely not when they sign LeBron James to a four year contract, and they opened up the opportunity to get to mex- bots the. Lottery was not a part of that equation. And so if they don't make the playoffs if further shows how this year was a disappointment not salvage in it by saying that you want to see I don't agree that it's a disappointment. Because I don't think anything is judged as far as the LeBron tenure in LA beyond. Do they eventually win the championship or not anything that gets you to winning a championship makes the whole thing is success and will never remember. They didn't make the playoffs his first year if they wind up getting where they eventually want to be and as far as getting experience for these young guys, they're going to trade these young guys away one day or another aren't they you would you would think so but one is that day come in. I mean, if it's not today is that this summer when a bunch of other teams get into the Davis mean, why.
"sakamoto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She works with their doctors and trains aids and other staff like Sakamoto, all right? 'cause straight back to this rakes J heads back, and she's putting the inhaler away. School nurse. Natasha Williams burst through the door. I just rushed here from another school where I had a new student show up with G tube. Feedings? I had to do a training at two. I was supposed to see many students today here on my schedule. And now all those students, I can maybe see one nurse Williams says what hurts is that the workload is taking a toll on her relationship with students her ability to follow up on things like mental health issues. I have students telling me all the time Natasha where are you? I never see you. You never get to sit with me and talk about my medication. I feel like if I was here every day. It would make a huge difference Williams and other nurses, are so frustrated they're turning to their union for help. They've made formal complaints union members. Like Deirdre Snyder have showed up at school board meetings where it's gotten heated. This is a joke. It is a travesty you need to act now you're going to be sued by some parrot a spokesman for the district says they're working to come. With incentives to entice new nurses to Oakland schools. Part of the problem is that nurses can make more money in hospitals. Williams knows that she chose to do this job. She just wants to be able to do it. Right. I'm Vanessa Kanye news. You're listening to morning edition on K Q E D eight twenty nine is the time traffic.
"sakamoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"sakamoto" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"And it works and then you have this situation with someone like bartolucci where he's like we want is now and you need to do it but as you get older and three oh career obviously foam confident in your ability and your status would you still be open to someone coming in today this stage of your career and being reach this isn't good enough rewrite in half an hour i still get those was even from even much younger actors charity to water of diggers they do that's the job so always been i have to because it's it's my decision to work with them work on the some interesting project fi imperfect some and then in a great world there's there's no asia difference yang all doesn't matter and steven what is it that you would view is to take the most from this because it really gracefully combines quite a few very complex things really mean reaches long lustrous career and some of the hugely pressing world issues as we said what would you like people to take from it the most that's a question i mean it's really it's many things this film but it's about mr sakamoto's music of course it's about as career as you say but i think it's also about the world and it's really about the world we live in seeing or more like heard through his ears i wanted the film to reflect upon awareness and some way and it's a profoundly kind of broad awareness that we have you know even when you think about the different musical styles mississauga has had throughout his career it's quite extensive and it's very uniquely it has very many shapes and forms and feeders i kind of envisioned the release something like a listening party for an album that doesn't exist in that i wanted to be a communal experience where people can come and really enjoying the sound and feel the music so to speak recently one more believe listening is music or listening is making music and the infants of john cage is getting heavier on me silences music too yeah but there's no perfect science in this world i mean as on this planet there's always sound and sounds definitely the materia material of music so this the the sounds of the material is music reach sakamoto stephen numero schiphol they're speaking to monaco's tom hall there film kota is out this week from the twenty ninth of june you're listening to the monocle weekly well there we had it movements music margaret couple of oscar winners to you can't really ask much more on a sunday lunchtime can you know certainly feeling culturally nourish markets for the next week or so and beyond i think will you be participating in art night in a couple of weeks time you think post at least if you coming with me for have so we could take a nice wander into the night marcus wouldn't that be nice well that's awful this addition four hundred sixty eight of the motoko weekly today show is produced by tom hole and researched by limits or come also our studio was kelvin especial thanks also to remem the monica weekly it will be back again next week but for now it's goodbye from me markus and for me daniel thank you for listening and goodbye
"sakamoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Child that's called life life poetry by arseny tarkovsky father of the legendary film director andrei tarkovsky it was read by david sylvian the english singer and songwriter based here in the states and the music is by rear which sakamoto those two sylvian and sakamoto of done a lot of work together over the years in lots of different styles this more ambient sounding work from sakamoto's album called a sink now so far on this edition of new sounds we've been listening to music that has very electronic cast to it but you can also clear a little sonic space with acoustic instruments as well as the composer benjamin dwyer does with a couple of baroque style string instruments and as the duo sabil does with traditional instruments in the near east completely acoustic we'll hear that in just a moment as we continue with new sounds do you believe everything you see on social media stick with the names you trust.
"sakamoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to q on cbc radio one sirius xm one sixty nine p r i public radio international i'm tom back to the show okay so it's time to get a little bit real there's a good chance he's got some things that you don't really bring up with your family i'm talking about the kind of tough stories the tend to stir up a lot of emotions and even though you don't really talk about them you still probably carry them with you for a lot of japanese canadians these stories have to do with the second world war after pearl harbor thousands of families and their homes and belongings were taken away they were sent to internment camps for years were devastating traumatic experiences that often just weren't talked about afterwards you're about to hear from two writers who want to open up conversations joy cho gala wrote the first novel on japan japanese canadian internment back in nineteen eightyone maybe read ozan when you are still in school mark sakamoto just won canada reads his book forgiveness which also takes a close look at this history right now the working together to turn marks book into a tv series and as you're about to hear it's a project that means a lot to them on a pretty personal level the two of them came together to talk to each other about bringing these kinds of stories into the spotlight take a listen you know it's really tough to put into words how sweet it is to be sitting across from joy and to be working with her and have her kind of wash over my art and it's very sweet joy i'm really grateful yeah working with you has been wonderful and sitting in your home i have flashes of my own of mitchell my own grandmother in the way that you pour tea and look at me and look at others and listen so it's been a really moving experiencing your audit cues audience will know that you are a giant and canadian literature so it's it's an honor in that way as well mark because of the subject because i've been on this road for so long and because that word forgiveness is now my word it's word of my road where i am at the stage in my life it's brought me the best years of my life and so meeting you.
"sakamoto" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Ridi too much hits you met freeze this in the event as he proper noodle to show that something else something like that the socialist when you are making i think remodeled old when you were going through the processor with authors of helping to make it was that a criteria took the people that you worked with all with it simply doctors who you really have been listening to yourself there was no area i am somebody who made the sounds in level on one did you hear all they can make sounds which i cannot again songs that simply doubts what's in the future for you a a you were king on any new projects with some by making i wanted to develop from us think toward the future and right now on think into rights oba in to use some it's a ropunds off sick but really cheap thank you very much for joining us thank you all mm that was huge he sakamoto speaking to tom whole and his new record assing remodels is out this week you'll chinden to the monk weekly oh the british photographer pull graham's work eases documentary documentarystyle images to capture scenes many might not fail our immediately iconic renowned for using techniques such as multiple shots taken in quick succession shows subtly evolving moment so we using the bright lights of overexposure to simulate the feeling of being startled in the street these moments happen every day but a seem an unusual residents of the focus of grams camera his books under the title assume a possibility first period in 2007 focusing on scenes ingraham's adopted home of the us is sold out almost immediately and has been hard to find ever since now my books a releasing a new version of the photo books and pull joins on the line from new york to discuss why these images still hold such intrigue welcome to the monica week the poem pads we should asta very simple question strahl because we were looking the images today monrovia say how how much they still resume.
"sakamoto" Discussed on Final Games
"Since when it comes to a single play games so although we are going to a deserted islands it's not that great when it comes to denote taking two deserted place it doesn't have a strong single player component to it but it's a lot of fun to play and i can play on line and i can play against the people and it has so much free deal see at its continually been supported the support is just ended with dr coyle being the last character we'd had so many free can't is so much free dlc from nintendo in terms of this game so it has quite a lot of i don't wanna say legs quite a load of austere it to keep going on as to so much fun it's just pure funding once again is another game this year that is just provided me hours and hours of and detained i think i played thirty house of this game as if it's a wanna fighting gave its enes in incredible lead designed and wonderful game to have the switch and just once again proves just how strong this year has been phan intend to and that's why we're going to take it to the islands of 2017 with me okay so this she has been incredibly strong yesterday tender and of course this list really reflects that and once again was sort of diving in to nintendo and what they've been offering to us this year but it's a little different because this game wasn't quite developed by nintendo it was a game developed by mercury steam and isn't from the nintendo switch advantage for the other hand house didn't intend to 3 ds it was published by intend out and you know had sort of help from yashiro sakamoto who is the piano the sort of directors have metro it back in the day so there was the genesis of the metric franchise with in this game a released in september of this year and is a is reflected in its title in his metro tsamoulis return it truly is a return to form force psalmist and the metric franchise after such as sort of long period of delays we were all i think dogging on intend are for a long time about less live.
"sakamoto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The congolese singer in bed leader known as come the bongo man 1993 new sounds live appearance on stage at the brooklyn academy of music memorable for several reasons as is the next performance although perhaps for us a a more somber reason in two thousand two november of two thousand two we presented mcclellan bound to sakamoto this is the collaboration between the brazilian musicians shocks and paula morell and bomb who both worked with the great brazilian songwriter until you carlo she'll beam and the japanese piazza's composerproducer actor re reach you sakamoto who is a big fan of brazilian music so they got together they had done an album and the date has a second significance it was the reopening of the winter garden at bra mark fields place which was then called the world financial centre and as you may know it is literally across the street from the world trade center so the winter garden had been the western end of it had been destroyed on night eleven and it it only took a year to rebuild the the world fund natural center and this was the concert that finally brought music back to to the winter garden until two lower manhattan after after nine eleven it was packed there were several thousand people there and i think everybody left it's not for me to say that people left feeling healed but i know that i did and so did the musicians they went straight to a studio the next day which they had not planned to do and recorded all of the songs they played for us because they just felt so good about what had happened in that space that night bringing music back to what too low our manhattan with these songs by the the the legendary tom she'll bean antonio carlos you'll beam this one is called samba avearge from morrell unbound to sakamoto ooh.
"sakamoto" Discussed on Think Again
"Well i j good said was the first intelligent machine will be the last invention the humanity needs to make now in the nineteenth sixties a difference between narrow i am eighty i wasn't clear elijah good wasn't thinking about the system like alpha go there could be go but couldn't walk down the street or add five plus five in the modern vernacular what we can say is the first human level hei the first human level artificial general intelligence will be the last invention that humanity needs to me and the reason for that is once you get a human level a gi you can teach this unilateral agr math in programming in a theory in cognitive science narrow signs the human level a gi can then reprogram itself and it can modify its own mind and it can make itself into a yet smarter machine to can make ten thousand copies of itself some of which are much more intelligent than the original and once the first human level a gi has created the second one which is smarter than itself well that sakamoto will be even better at a our programming and hardware design and cognitive science and so forth and we'll be able to create the third human level agr which by now will be well beyond human level so it seems that it's going to be a laborious path to get to the first human level a g i i don't think it'll take centuries from now maybe decades rather than years on the other hand once you get to a human level a i i think he may see what some futures are called the hard takeoff were.