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"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

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12:48 min | 1 year ago

"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"They're gonNA stay but I think for the vast majority of paypal. The book is an experience anyway. Anyway so I mean first and foremost if you rating fiction. That's a form of entertainment. But it's something that it's very portable you can. You can take it around with you unless it's They've got like a Banjo Paterson biography on. It's about seven hundred page hardcover. That's AH that's about four kilos with they get those big ones about the very portable sticky nights in them and doggy pages. If it's your and some people even would just not pages out of books. They're lockin have favorite quiet and things If it's fiction you've got your index X-xi can remember where things That there's a star non-fiction you can. You can look at your index and in a look at where things are there a lot of advantages to the actual books because the book has survived. Look able to still guy. And but books Stu Guy Account and I believe and Harper. I think Books House House of actually slow the increase. And that's probably to do with population but they're going strong suicide because the books still there is still there And because people vol- still lots and land will community lobbies local reserve incredible places for learning and site that's even with the turmoil of books in five or six years gone. Will they have a future will. Yes lobbies the steel prices to land and digital learning is also did digital literacy is a big thing to Cy Lavas live. Is I think a thriving up in Rockhampton couple of months ago that had luck be ruled. All die are the a member of Palm Up. There made donated Ranaldo. Oh cake was the best case I've ever seen. How in the chocolate factory let layers of chocolate things and conveyor belts and everything was edible? Look like this machine and it was like silver assing. It was incredible But when I was there doing some book talks and workshops had walk around the library and they will lease little little breakout rooms where there were. There was a lot Raffles Niles tried. He's sitting in there and the RV roles learning how to do you know. Microsoft spread shape the business. They'll paypal clearly studying. You know if photographer university or exams and Old Papal in there just too title grandkids in and and look at a picture book. Whatever site was eight OCTO? This sense of this is a real community hub. Look Gang here. It's not just people writing books. It's it's GonNa it's a multipurpose source. Space and a lot of schools have put maker spaces into their lobbies where they say. You know this particular rim. We're GONNA do robotics buttocks in. We're going to do programming in told the school that had a grain screen room and that was awesome. The students love getting in there and making videos And I think libraries Aubrey's just going with the times becoming versatile places and it's pretty hard to stamp that out it is. I think in my local community library which guy I to a lot with my three year old and I love it. I love that I get to spend time. She can chat happily shoot. These toys puzzles. Zell's these books the DVD's but as I sit there. I noticed a lot of people wondering and just use. The Free Wifi Free Wifi is become kind of like Komo News L.. Live to twenty nine eight. Well look. What's the alternative? I suppose. Gun McDonald's to use their free will after Batman. But then you might have to Baugh thirty cent kind with I. Reckon guy to use the free will. I fought if it's air conditioned as well and at some that it becomes the ultimate. Yeah yeah look to be fair. I think that probably are used to be a bit of a tool to get people in but I think that's probably 'cause free offers everywhere And a lot of people have rhyming on their devices and things anyway Is that a redundant point for lobbies. Yeah I I think it's just part and parcel not. Yeah Yeah and yeah and lobbies do have. Computers are pottuvil bizarre. I feel and Si- yeah connecting to the way and the other thing about lobbies. Is there paypal as a show you how to do ray such better So you can go in and it doesn't matter. Hey you might be six years old doing small one page Assam and all you might be fully unit. Whatever whatever the still people there who can help you find what you need? Hey look faster And that that's a huge huge vantage philosophies. Do you could do harm and probably bang ahead against the lobby. Comedian groups Sir is yeah lots of lots of good things. Yeah I actually love about lotteries is that it's still it's one of those things in a society that blaze a mind when you can go to a library can get ten picture books. I just Scan Academy Tech Them. Hi I'm a gun for three weeks. That's really cool be. Yeah that's really really cool thing it is way too. I'm so AL seven six and five year old I love guy and getting a bit of a bundle and and An ARC in my seven year old. He had a choice. He'd he'd walk out with thirty books he feels. I don't know who would carry them home but yeah it is a really cool thing. That's right and I become and that's you know that's a form that's your answer. Time at that can be an indeterminate food for many hours. Those books and entertained Australia. has this really cool thing where they actually The government has an allocation of money with AL actually Reimbursed author's books are in libraries. So essentially if you go borrow book Portland you're going to buy it and it's it's it's It's a really cool. This is called Ayla and Paola Educational ending rot and public lending rights. So there's always the great country where the always awesome systems in place that it's fair and accessible for everyone and that's and that's what lobby should be. So you saying that if EIBAR you'll book from the library abry you get like a roti cat. Well if the lobby has my Bukoba royalty cut. It doesn't matter how many times is barred from there. Everyone bar team Harris has series. Reese ask for ASA for it. That's because I do know that was a thing. I didn't realize that you get you. Get some sort of so much luckier a song on spotify. Getting getting it. That's the exact same thing And this whole idea of sort of creative people getting getting their royalties or rod says the always awesome new digital systems in place for and I didn't realize because I still so our record music and have some songs but now get royalties from songs on and Youtube and I didn't request it somehow. Found may cause because every audio thing on youtube has has its own fingerprint or apprentice traces back to the what is through the distributor. That's pretty 'cause I books Simon lobbies okay very good. I was doing some research before they founded in an article that I'll put the links to in the show nights it's by Simon Jenkins. He writes for The Guardian. It's back in two thousand sixteen but he write these public libraries have. I've had another bad year. They elect churches and local railways. People like having them around but the angry if they close but as for using them well. There is so little time Tom to do so these days. I like that. Quite people like having them around angry if they close. I think it's true but why do you think that's the case. Is it a sentimental thing. Perhaps perhaps we will talk to her about how there's a lobbies of a world of wonder when your kid hit and I wonder if for some people that have really fond memories of being lotteries as a kid and then when they get older the business of life you know. They stopped going paps until they have their own kids. But I think back to the Rockhampton Labrador Algebra. It was humming. It was a weight day. There was so many people in there doing all these things and yes I think there'll be a lot of people say you know what now it we're still using Aubrey's Yeah and I'd love to knife is any research to the backup that court because it's a pretty powerful quiet And it sort of challenges. A lot of what. We've been speaking about libraries. That are at the same time. They're just so. Many people boohoo advocating to protect the lobbies the schooling coins them for example. There's a a group of incredible Astrid and school librarian. There formed a group rip. Cold students need school lobbies. Where they're they're getting so many people to petition local schools Governments Councils newspaper articles TV interviews? I used to stand up and speak on behalf of of Teach Librarians and libraries. And I know I know that the research is saying students benefit students benefit when they have these. And let's hype that you know that spills out into the to the public libraries as well because we certainly wouldn't want is closed because then free access to books wchs is gone It's actually gone because you know you can't browse United Bookshops Not GonNa let that and big w not going to let you do that you. You had such vivid memories of being a student at school and using the library you now have spent fifteen years as a schoolteacher and you'd now to around as an author to libraries and you've got kids at libraries can you say contrast between you as a kid using lobbies and these next generation and the way in which they view and utilize the spices. That are there. I think the biggest difference would be the whole the digital learning and the online stuff for markets. It's purely books. They want to say books. They WANNA touch books that I want to read books have tried to encourage them that. That's a good thing to do and enemies ties into to my memories as well I go there was one. I forgot to mention my actually very first library. Memory was my mom. Take me taking it so local library to say puppet sure Yeah and and and I did a quick Google before you arrived what's happening at mylar. Collaborative giggled And the council events events come up and there are so many things happening. It was like cooking classes. Learn how to do a language sewing courses writing workshops masterclasses all these things happening happening in the low local library. So back to the question. If that's the case that I remember that was a kid and those things are still happening today. I think perhaps there are very similar uses and similar the perceptions But the heavy heavy change it would be the the introduction of is he is such a big thing With a lot of online on research paper Lennon computer skills and Si- lobbies have roughtly accommodative for that and they have things in place to To help pay pool who tap into the digital world. I think we've we've we've discussed that. Libraries is such a good thing so good for keyed so good for adults and so good for education but I think there is a sense that people just don't use the libraries that so freely available able to them so Tim Harris. What shall we do about libraries? What shall we do Sam? Well I think people need to remember them And I need tonight that they are places where you can go business. I'm sure has got a lot to do with that so yeah I think we need so paints to become more aware of what they're saying if if they're not at school at university that needs to be aware of what the local libraries doing and it's it's not just a place for books. Yes their books. Their books books are big part of of our world by their whole blood of other things going on as well But I think the big what what should we do about them. I think at the merit twenty nine Hain protecting them is the big one in protecting school libraries and schoolteacher librarians and making sure that we have libraries in In in cities and towns so that people have free access to books free access to the Internet That supplies where they can go and learn. That can upskill themselves selves. That can go and relax and read a book. I can go and use the free Wifi only conditioning. All the both good things Tim Harris is been so good to talk to you about libraries and thank you so much invited me ran to the place where you write books. A pleasure do. Do you mind if I hang around for a few hours and just read some of these books that I'd forgotten about I mean Paul Jennings he got so many of its great. Let's do it. There's Free Wifi here on the air conditioner conditioner on this leg. I.

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"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"I sam. It's good to have you on the podcast but even more exciting that we are in your office and this is where you write your books. This is where the books happened. That's right underneath a house just off to the garage. The side of the garage is look at sometimes called a man Cave Sam. I'm sure you can tell by some of the things around the office that added easily. Beat lock that but it makes me feel good A. K.. I'm looking round. I'm saying some old vinyl records you gotTa Rickel play off today. That's it's right there there. It is and there's a very good reason for that Sam in that Listening to that the old music that I listened to as a like a kid and attain Niger As SORTA transports me back to that frame of mind of their simony possibilities in life and that's a great mindset to rot with their so many possibilities and also trying to be routing for kids trying to be his child lock as possible in the thoughts So hopefully connect with the raider. Yes Sir it's very purposeful and thus the you're not makes me feel good it makes me feel ready to writes a like that and then look over here and these all your books published on the shelves and they so beautiful and California powerful and did notice that they're probably the strongest ones on the show. That's because nobody reads then I just see so then I read them. Why why they? So what I've done Sam is I've I've put four of every book that I've ever had published including sort of translations and additions up there because whereabouts have both baby and say license. Thank you very excited so that the plan is that one day the kids will have a ah one of daddy's books one of every book that he's He's put out sites a bit of a it. Looks like it's my hold at the moment but it's actually there for the kids. I do like that and I must mention as well the Lego. There's a lot of Lego in these office. Helena theme into wrought books is playing with Lego Day. it's yeah. It's a big distracted on and it is so hard to be disciplined and get words. Donald Edits done when there's an open boxes and bags of Lego just sitting around but sometimes it's a reward. Say Mike Our I if I could knock at five hundred words this morning down going to do one bag bag number fourteen of the tree very Hassett. You are a big kid on you. Yep but I think that's a good thing right like if your kid's author you need to be in that route heads Bison and you've actually you started the project ivy here. which is lego topple towers? Which is your latest book series? Yes that's right and And that really. That was just totally for fun and off off started showing kids at schools when visit them often talk about the the writing process and we have a few jokes and series tips as well and then I said them glass last do WanNa see some lakes and and of course every hang up. Thanks to Lego masters and the impact of pop culture. Yes so the plan was well. I'm GonNa Build Awful Awful Towers the hotel setting of Of Molasses book out of Lego and You as she can say one floor is complete and they're still still two more floors to go and then the very difficult roofing and I swapped. There's a poster out there next to the the half finished set Lack of book shop. I don't think they called. Like a pop stand there's a pop-up standard toppled house. And that's that's my model to guarded on Year but the roof because the popout roof there that is quite difficult. There's a little triangles and you know trying to make triangles out of square. Blocks is tricky at. Tom's wow how many books have you written now. So so we're up to in Australia. We're up to a non have been published and next year. They'll be they'll be two more. And within those non there have been a couple of overseas editions as well and then translations fantastic. That's very cool and as I look to my right I see all your books lined up as I mentioned but also there's a bunch of other books as well. There's a Marist Glucksman book here oppo Jennings biography. I want continue. The you have a library in your office. of keats books incredible gift of the Gab. Marsk lots of red that one they CA- so here we go. We're tapping into your childhood childhood my much it was really yeah Paul Jennings books although I feel like now. It's Andy Griffiths and Tim Harris. Isn't that odd. Oh my sides Andy Griffiths and Andy Griffiths. But you know I'm working on it guy guided you like bookshop and assist. Every how many treehouse books he got well at the moment is about seven right of them. May maybe even more by nab they've just gone. They've gone global their their big thing getting looks at shaper rating has lots of young people rating. which is really good? You'll say thereafter half of its squad an ECLECTIC collection so there's the cricket books bit of a cricket tragic. There's the The Christian living books as the kids books and then this and everything in between those biographies and a lot that I haven't read well. You are on the podcast this week to talk about libraries. Can you take us back to. Maybe when you're a kid kid and I mean you're an author now did you love books as a kitten. Did you love libraries as a kid denies strangely. I didn't have a huge love of books when I was a kid. Probably you probably the thing I really wanted to do is hit a cricket bull so the they love books and lobbyists has actually swelled of time but as a kid I do have some specific memories savell of our promise school library and I remember we. You know we'd all lined up to go in knowing. I think there are thirty in the class knowing that they ate soft cushions inside and say it'd be wrestling Paul Position and a certain as Mr Sandler librarian up and out the door because you weren't allowed to run. It was the Olympic Powell. Walk Rice to get us off cushion. As if you're lucky you might get one in the fiction section and he was sort of half lucky might end up in the you know the head section of nonfiction fiction and all the other twenty two students dismissed out so it was quite Mr Simla. He was fond memories of him as a librarian he would. He wouldn't inside on a chair to read books to the class. He actually see it up on a title and Aric and he. He had the brown EST fashion. I've ever seen in here brown pads Brown Brown hair. He may have had brown eyes as well. Sit Up on the table wearing. He's Brown fashion and he would put his index finger into his mouth and leaked the finger Before turning a page now I had no idea as an eleven year old bought that technique was helping the page flick. A forty had like a gem. Five years I don't know what it was but it was this odd saying the finger into the math pulled out. Turn the page. And then the thing that I remember the clearest out of above all of that is he spoke. Doc with this awesome whistle. So he black yes. This is a great book about things. And so we'd be when we got to Houston. Take the boys would be shaking like Hamish December. Here's a book and he'd He'd sigh right. What's this spun Sixty seconds seconds of sausages syllabus chosen deliberately so we could get that we still To its MAX CY. Lots of fun memories from from the library very I think there's when you're when you're young. There is a bit of luck a wonder that that comes with being in a library as well And Eric and what I got to hospital that whole thing changed and suddenly the the labile mass became applies to fee. Because it was it was side. deathly quiet And the Librarians Burns at at my particular hostile terribly strict and Si- if there was any you know any nonsense talking it'd be passed on At sort of lost is that sense of or I remember I think some you. Ten students decided to rebel against the librarian. And I tip chocolate milk down the return shoot and so all the books the bottom sponsored by oak it was really stinky. You've got great great memories. I always try to think back to an all keyed and what libraries will like for me and I can't remember my librarians and I am I remembering the often often. You'd be in a rice to borrow the goosebumps books you know. Everyone wanted that book but it was always out And then when Harry Potter came out that was the next big thing would have been but awesome but I kinda feel like at lunchtime. All the kids wanted to be in the computer lab and all the needy kids would go the library yet. Well so the computer labs Abbas separate suicide. Because when I was at school at Haas school the Computer Lab was part of the library. Had to be cited library. Do we say library very laboratory. I say library lobby. I think you should say library. That small proper isn't it. Look I actually. We know It's contrast controversial or controversy. It's one of those. Is it bad form. I mean we should clarify that. You were you tried schoolteacher as well. Yeah that's right so fifteen years as a teacher in in private schools is it bad formed a token the library yet. Yeah it was actually a depending on the like look depending on on the situation if you go into stop blurting and their paperwork doing things. That's pretty poor form. But but libraries Also a place of great learning inside. They might be caught dynamic lessons happening with as a whole bunch of talking. And that's completely normal it really think etiquette Came down to discretion. And you Kinda work out. What what should I be doing? how should I be having in this particular situation. Site both happened from from silence and your big trouble. Few toll roads through to to Kost and screaming on occasions. And he's we'd that every library has different rules. Because I I think of my local library that had take my three year old too and sheep. Labs away reading books. But that's allowed to you know when you're in high school when you're latitude group study sessions around a table To Win I went to college. And you want to talk at all inside. So what I know why that's the case disadvantage that I'd agent stage of learning perhaps yep and perhaps there's a social Social Skills Social awareness that goes with it But it does remind. Let me Sam. Have you heard that. That joke about the arch men. Who walks into the library here? Say you know is a Kayla Taylor steaks anymore at night is a solid Lau. Thank you I'm Gonna I'M GONNA say because it's one that I had and I haven't forgotten because it's a good. It's a good one for lobbies breeze. Salazar's men guys into the library and he walks up to the counter and says all right then. I'll have a milkshake and a burger. Thanks and the librarian looks around and fires residences. You do realize this is a library and he says I'm sorry. Hi milkshake Thanks that's good. That's Abou- Oh I'm what what would you say. Your favorite things are about libraries. Definitely the books are. There's there simony worlds to deepen in an ad oven. There's so much information that that's available there. But I'm actually beginning to notice more and more that libraries have cool furniture and and it's become a bit of a thing for philosophies if I have a budget where they combine Beautifully versatile finish might be interchangeable. So that you can and moved desk. Surrounded credit different shapes Bookshelves on wheel. So we can create different spices for for different occasions Awesome Lodge Raj Interactive whiteboards. Lessons can be clear and you can say what's happening for a long distance. So I brought spices views windows. So yeah lobbyist. Obviously that can be really beautiful places for learning and engagement I'm enjoying side since of started visiting scholar up to about three hundred schools now in the last four years so that's a lot of libraries that are saying and some of them actually breathtaking The thought that's being put into these places to make them excellent spots for learning and engagement of course above all promoting a love of rating. And say you might have a beautiful quartz pants up on the wolves eye doctor. Zeus quite saw. Well there might be a particular Message that the school might want to portray us that might be up on the wall right through to artworks Visiting illustrator might might pay. It's not work during a live session..

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"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"tim harris" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"I sam. It's good to have you on the podcast but even more exciting that we are in your office and this is where you write your books. This is where the books happened. That's right underneath a house just off to the garage. The side of the garage is look at sometimes called a man Cave Sam. I'm sure you can tell by some of the things around the office that added easily. Beat lock that but it makes me feel good A. K.. I'm looking round. I'm saying some old vinyl records you gotTa Rickel play off today. That's it's right there there. It is and there's a very good reason for that Sam in that Listening to that the old music that I listened to as a like a kid and attain Niger As SORTA transports me back to that frame of mind of their simony possibilities in life and that's a great mindset to rot with their so many possibilities and also trying to be routing for kids trying to be his child lock as possible in the thoughts So hopefully connect with the raider. Yes Sir it's very purposeful and thus the you're not makes me feel good it makes me feel ready to writes a like that and then look over here and these all your books published on the shelves and they so beautiful and California powerful and did notice that they're probably the strongest ones on the show. That's because nobody reads then I just see so then I read them. Why why they? So what I've done Sam is I've I've put four of every book that I've ever had published including sort of translations and additions up there because whereabouts have both baby and say license. Thank you very excited so that the plan is that one day the kids will have a ah one of daddy's books one of every book that he's He's put out sites a bit of a it. Looks like it's my hold at the moment but it's actually there for the kids. I do like that and I must mention as well the Lego. There's a lot of Lego in these office. Helena theme into wrought books is playing with Lego Day. it's yeah. It's a big distracted on and it is so hard to be disciplined and get words. Donald Edits done when there's an open boxes and bags of Lego just sitting around but sometimes it's a reward. Say Mike Our I if I could knock at five hundred words this morning down going to do one bag bag number fourteen of the tree very Hassett. You are a big kid on you. Yep but I think that's a good thing right like if your kid's author you need to be in that route heads Bison and you've actually you started the project ivy here. which is lego topple towers? Which is your latest book series? Yes that's right and And that really. That was just totally for fun and off off started showing kids at schools when visit them often talk about the the writing process and we have a few jokes and series tips as well and then I said them glass last do WanNa see some lakes and and of course every hang up. Thanks to Lego masters and the impact of pop culture. Yes so the plan was well. I'm GonNa Build Awful Awful Towers the hotel setting of Of Molasses book out of Lego and You as she can say one floor is complete and they're still still two more floors to go and then the very difficult roofing and I swapped. There's a poster out there next to the the half finished set Lack of book shop. I don't think they called. Like a pop stand there's a pop-up standard toppled house. And that's that's my model to guarded on Year but the roof because the popout roof there that is quite difficult. There's a little triangles and you know trying to make triangles out of square. Blocks is tricky at. Tom's wow how many books have you written now. So so we're up to in Australia. We're up to a non have been published and next year. They'll be they'll be two more. And within those non there have been a couple of overseas editions as well and then translations fantastic. That's very cool and as I look to my right I see all your books lined up as I mentioned but also there's a bunch of other books as well. There's a Marist Glucksman book here oppo Jennings biography. I want continue. The you have a library in your office. of keats books incredible gift of the Gab. Marsk lots of red that one they CA- so here we go. We're tapping into your childhood childhood my much it was really yeah Paul Jennings books although I feel like now. It's Andy Griffiths and Tim Harris. Isn't that odd. Oh my sides Andy Griffiths and Andy Griffiths. But you know I'm working on it guy guided you like bookshop and assist. Every how many treehouse books he got well at the moment is about seven right of them. May maybe even more by nab they've just gone. They've gone global their their big thing getting looks at shaper rating has lots of young people rating. which is really good? You'll say thereafter half of its squad an ECLECTIC collection so there's the cricket books bit of a cricket tragic. There's the The Christian living books as the kids books and then this and everything in between those biographies and a lot that I haven't read well. You are on the podcast this week to talk about libraries. Can you take us back to. Maybe when you're a kid kid and I mean you're an author now did you love books as a kitten. Did you love libraries as a kid denies strangely. I didn't have a huge love of books when I was a kid. Probably you probably the thing I really wanted to do is hit a cricket bull so the they love books and lobbyists has actually swelled of time but as a kid I do have some specific memories savell of our promise school library and I remember we. You know we'd all lined up to go in knowing. I think there are thirty in the class knowing that they ate soft cushions inside and say it'd be wrestling Paul Position and a certain as Mr Sandler librarian up and out the door because you weren't allowed to run. It was the Olympic Powell. Walk Rice to get us off cushion. As if you're lucky you might get one in the fiction section and he was sort of half lucky might end up in the you know the head section of nonfiction fiction and all the other twenty two students dismissed out so it was quite Mr Simla. He was fond memories of him as a librarian he would. He wouldn't inside on a chair to read books to the class. He actually see it up on a title and Aric and he. He had the brown EST fashion. I've ever seen in here brown pads Brown Brown hair. He may have had brown eyes as well. Sit Up on the table wearing. He's Brown fashion and he would put his index finger into his mouth and leaked the finger Before turning a page now I had no idea as an eleven year old bought that technique was helping the page flick. A forty had like a gem. Five years I don't know what it was but it was this odd saying the finger into the math pulled out. Turn the page. And then the thing that I remember the clearest out of above all of that is he spoke. Doc with this awesome whistle. So he black yes. This is a great book about things. And so we'd be when we got to Houston. Take the boys would be shaking like Hamish December. Here's a book and he'd He'd sigh right. What's this spun Sixty seconds seconds of sausages syllabus chosen deliberately so we could get that we still To its MAX CY. Lots of fun memories from from the library very I think there's when you're when you're young. There is a bit of luck a wonder that that comes with being in a library as well And Eric and what I got to hospital that whole thing changed and suddenly the the labile mass became applies to fee. Because it was it was side. deathly quiet And the Librarians Burns at at my particular hostile terribly strict and Si- if there was any you know any nonsense talking it'd be passed on At sort of lost is that sense of or I remember I think some you. Ten students decided to rebel against the librarian. And I tip chocolate milk down the return shoot and so all the books the bottom sponsored by oak it was really stinky. You've got great great memories. I always try to think back to an all keyed and what libraries will like for me and I can't remember my librarians and I am I remembering the often often. You'd be in a rice to borrow the goosebumps books you know. Everyone wanted that book but it was always out And then when Harry Potter came out that was the next big thing would have been but awesome but I kinda feel like at lunchtime. All the kids wanted to be in the computer lab and all the needy kids would go the library yet. Well so the computer labs Abbas separate suicide. Because when I was at school at Haas school the Computer Lab was part of the library. Had to be cited library. Do we say library very laboratory. I say library lobby. I think you should say library. That small proper isn't it. Look I actually. We know It's contrast controversial or controversy. It's one of those. Is it bad form. I mean we should clarify that. You were you tried schoolteacher as well. Yeah that's right so fifteen years as a teacher in in private schools is it bad formed a token the library yet. Yeah it was actually a depending on the like look depending on on the situation if you go into stop blurting and their paperwork doing things. That's pretty poor form. But but libraries Also a place of great learning inside. They might be caught dynamic lessons happening with as a whole bunch of talking. And that's completely normal it really think etiquette Came down to discretion. And you Kinda work out. What what should I be doing? how should I be having in this particular situation. Site both happened from from silence and your big trouble. Few toll roads through to to Kost and screaming on occasions. And he's we'd that every library has different rules. Because I I think of my local library that had take my three year old too and sheep. Labs away reading books. But that's allowed to you know when you're in high school when you're latitude group study sessions around a table To Win I went to college. And you want to talk at all inside. So what I know why that's the case disadvantage that I'd agent stage of learning perhaps yep and perhaps there's a social Social Skills Social awareness that goes with it But it does remind. Let me Sam. Have you heard that. That joke about the arch men. Who walks into the library here? Say you know is a Kayla Taylor steaks anymore at night is a solid Lau. Thank you I'm Gonna I'M GONNA say because it's one that I had and I haven't forgotten because it's a good. It's a good one for lobbies breeze. Salazar's men guys into the library and he walks up to the counter and says all right then. I'll have a milkshake and a burger. Thanks and the librarian looks around and fires residences. You do realize this is a library and he says I'm sorry. Hi milkshake Thanks that's good. That's Abou- Oh I'm what what would you say. Your favorite things are about libraries. Definitely the books are. There's there simony worlds to deepen in an ad oven. There's so much information that that's available there. But I'm actually beginning to notice more and more that libraries have cool furniture and and it's become a bit of a thing for philosophies if I have a budget where they combine Beautifully versatile finish might be interchangeable. So that you can and moved desk. Surrounded credit different shapes Bookshelves on wheel. So we can create different spices for for different occasions Awesome Lodge Raj Interactive whiteboards. Lessons can be clear and you can say what's happening for a long distance. So I brought spices views windows. So yeah lobbyist. Obviously that can be really beautiful places for learning and engagement I'm enjoying side since of started visiting scholar up to about three hundred schools now in the last four years so that's a lot of libraries that are saying and some of them actually breathtaking The thought that's being put into these places to make them excellent spots for learning and engagement of course above all promoting a love of rating. And say you might have a beautiful quartz pants up on the wolves eye doctor. Zeus quite saw. Well there might be a particular Message that the school might want to portray us that might be up on the wall right through to artworks Visiting illustrator might might pay. It's not work during a live session..

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"tim harris" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on First Things First

"He didn't want to do because I thought one of the telling moments when the president yesterday was he was, like, man. He's like I gave up date night with my wife and a lot of those gave a date night with our wife to take big time jobs. Chris don't wanna hear about. This is my thing, man. Because I mean, I've been nice man through the years with magic when they made him president. But I'm telling the night they named him president, Nick. And I were in Los Angeles. I tell you, man. This is a disaster like she is not capable of doing this job like people think Magic Johnson is something else, man. He is not the president of your basketball organization. You could hear that last yesterday in the conversation how you gonna walk off the job with someone who's been a lifelong friend. Her dad made you a multi, multimillionaire tinny buses dad. Dr bus, walk Magic Johnson into every billionaire. It was in Los Angeles, every season ticket holder. Magic Johnson has been able to make money because of her day magic was supposed to come to the rescue help Jenny in those knucklehead brothers out magic was not capable of doing it. Because magic did not get the job. Requirement in taking this title. Oh, he wanted to be the big man on campus. Will that requires come into work in Magic Johnson is not looking for no nine to five job with all that set? And this is circle back to your point. He can be the imperfect messenger. But none of that justifies Tim Harris coming and saying, you can't fire Luke Walton, and who the hell are you that is not? That is not your role. I'm gonna tell you something Nick, if you not there, every day to Bill, analyze everything and realize that the people there that are making decisions every single day, and then it's time for you to make a decision. You missed out on stuff because look at all this stuff going on the magic. That's what happened his his what happens Magic's absence allow for allegiances to form without our knowledge and about in the power dynamic that allowed, rob Pelinka and Tim Harris to get that allowed them to become more. Influential, we Jeanie Buss when he's not there, and he didn't expect that now when you hire Magic Johnson. And you just said, you Magic Johnson has shown that he's not here for the hard stuff when when he coached the Lakers, and they were five and eleven. Magic quick when magic the magic hour and that wasn't working magic quick. So if you're expecting magic to anything else, besides be magic and show with a million dollar smile and say some nice things that's your fault. Okay. Magic has gone. Nick are the Lakers, any better off now that rob Pelinka's going to be running everything. Then they were a couple of months ago when magic was helping out, that's the million dollar question and that, where it circles back to ownership and the lack of real leadership, the day after magic quit. Once we were done laughing about I going or anymore. What we said was this could be a great opportunity for the Lakers. This is no matter what anybody says, no matter how much disarray all stupid, man. We were thinking regular stuff. We were trying to think this regular is the way team would just normal business. Great job is you mean because they could've brought someone. On teen idiot. Salary cap on team, president people love living in LA, Ron plays, they're, they can sign another max for agent. Sam presi was waiting on a phone call, healing, man. I've done everything I could do. I drafted Kevin Ross Westberg, James harden, three consecutive years. We instantly made an NBA finals. And now look at us like I you don't think he wants to move from. Still whatever the L E lives in Oklahoma City, the LA with respect Oklahoma City, I'm from the midwest myself will come on. It's Los Angeles and the Lakers, they had opportunity, but genius decided to take that opportunity and give more power to Kobe's agent, and the ram by, and now it all falls on the brunt. So good luck to actually the Knicks actually the model organization. It's unbelievable. The coasts. No, the NBA again, agents come later in the show coming up can co I in the rafters even up the series tonight. Next up, first things. First. Do we get NASCAR comes home to Charlotte with six hundred miles of wheel-to-wheel action? It's a Coca Cola six hundred Sunday, six pm eastern, only on FOX..

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Magic Johnson continues to tarnish the Lakers' and his legacy

First and Last with Lundberg and Golic, Jr.

02:51 min | 2 years ago

Magic Johnson continues to tarnish the Lakers' and his legacy

"In addition to Vogel, being officially introduced Monday, the Lakers were front and center with Magic Johnson's comments on ESPN's I take then I start hearing, you know, massing you're not working hard enough, Magic's, not in office. So people around the Laker office was telling me saying things, and I didn't like those things being said behind my back wasn't in the office enough, and so on and on. So Magic Johnson going public again with the dirty laundry from the LA Lakers. What do we make it ESPN insider Adrian Wiltshire around, I think two things with Magic Johnson. Number one, a lot of excuses and blame on other people for the simple fact that he didn't want to do this job. He told he said he told janey bus in the beginning, I'm not going to be here on a full-time basis. I'm going to run my business. He didn't stay in there on a full-time basis. He was not around very. Often. So if rob Pelinka had said to somebody Magic's, not here. He's not around. It was a statement of fact, maybe not so much backstabbing. And number two, the fact that magic brought up the idea today of wanting to buy the Lakers. They're not for sale. But certainly, he got that idea out there that he would like to own that team to me that was certainly something of a message for, gene. Everything he doesn't says, is strategic is that the reason in your mind why he came out and wanted to talk about all of this today? I think it was. There's no question. It was part of it. But the blaming of everybody else for him walking away how he quit. In the end he made it very clear, this job takes tremendous commitment wasn't willing to make it right. Even though he made that clear between bus in the beginning at the end of the day, she's the leader. She's the boss, boss. And so you have to point to the top when there's an issue like those issues, the now she's got an even bigger problem on her hands. Palinka still running things. How does she won't? She has the lead here, and by Magic Johnson not being around by him going weeks at a time not being around the facility, not that valuating talent not working with coaches it created a leadership vacuum. And you've seen a lot of people. A lot of names, the Rambus is Tim Harris. Phil Jackson pe-, different people are going to fill that void. She has to decide about how she wants this organization. Run by committee with lots of people or does, she want to centralize it. And right now, she seems to want this organization by committee. That's a hard way to do it in the states that way, then how can anyone expect things to change by the way Frank Vogel? The new head coach congratulations. This is going to be fun. Speaking, frank. We have much more on his news. It wasn't about him. Of course Pelinka was going to be asked about the match situation. Angeles. Magic's comments on Monday, of course, much of it being a he said he said situation as for the reaction from our Stephen Smith. There's no way in hell. I'm not

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"tim harris" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Only I'm joining us area, Spion Lakers insider and beat reporter with us you on the show on. ESPN LA. Let me double back to the conversation. We were having before that last question about Tim Harris. You mentioned the business grew basically the CFO, right? Is his title, right? I think it's president of business operations and okay NB alternate governor. Okay. Thank you for clarifying that. How much we know he's name was included in these coaching searches. Do we know that he does have like do we have tangible evidence? Besides what we know already that he has more tangible. Input on basketball operations. Do we know anything more to that more that or no? Tim. Tim is a pretty sharp guy, obviously, especially with the business aside things he's the guy that really helped kind of seal that twenty year deal with a spectrum sports net, the TV, the TV carrier of the Lakers and also the radio deal that we have with Lakers as well. So he's very shrewd on that side but he's been in organizations for a long time. He he comes back, and he knew Dr buff, so he had a relationship there believe. And so I think his relationship with Jean genie likes to surround yourself with people that she trust and believed him Harris in that circle of trust. And so when magic blindsided, the franchise, the first prime when he stepped down on April ninth the Lakers got together and also gun genie bus and surrounded herself with her visors, and I believed him Harris was in that room when it first happened. So moving four whenever they made the decision far as like interviewing coaches when they got to the finish line. I think Tim Harris had some input and certainly was in the room talking to Canada's and things. That nature because it looked any franchise. If you are going to be if you're going to be on the same page, you gotta be on the same page with your business side as well. Magic's right about one thing the people on the business side. Well, he says they should stick to the business side. But these two sides bathroom business often run together, you know, I've been around the New York Knicks back in the late nineties when, like Ernie Grunfeld, Dave Checketts, Jeff Gundy. There was like a power struggle there. And sometimes the coaching staff is wanted to be coaching staff, and coach team where where sometimes the business side of things they want the coaching stuff to do certain things and be available and all that other stuff. That happens a lot today. Allegra organization. So it does me if imported to be on the same page, which your business people, somebody assured his Tim, that just good business to me is basketball. Oh, look, I get what you're saying. I do think that all things aligned makes for a better organization, but there's a difference between, and this is these are magic words being part of the final say or discussion on basketball stuff, when you're not a basketball person, like I get that part of it. Don't you think that needs at least some separation potentially? No. Yes. And that's what I was gonna say where magic is right. That if he was a guy who's supposed to have the final say, and it ended with him, just him and Jeannie will, then if Tim if Tim involved and Tim said he didn't wanna fire loop within that is a problem. And then now I think what you're seeing without magic. It is definitely a collaborative effort where there's a lot of people that have to console them things..

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I got things happening that was being said behind my back. I don't have the power that I thought I had to make the decisions and I told them when it's not fun for me. When I think that I don't have the decision making power that I thought I had, then I got to step aside. So that night, he said the reason why it wasn't fun from anymore. He didn't want to be a guy who fired people, and that's essentially what he said today. It's now it doesn't have the power, perhaps he was covering for genie boss, and rob Pelinka in one throw any of them under the bus. Then now he feels more emboldened because maybe some people are saying other things I don't know. I haven't heard much in the public discourse. But today, it's now he didn't have the power. Tim Harris, by the way, is the c o of the Los Angeles Lakers. So they asked him put a name to the backstabber. Here you go. Does Magic Johnson feel betrayed. And if so, by whom, well, you know, I think if you're gonna talk be trail is only with rob. But again. I had to look inside myself. Right. But I had been doing that for months, because I didn't like that. Tim Harris was too involved in, in basketball, he's supposed to run the Laker business, but he was trying to come over to our side. Genie's. Got to stop that. Pelinka now, everyone kind of that, too, but, you know it's out there. And he also said later on in the interview that when he took the job, many agents, which is what Pelinka was before taking the general manager position offered to him. By Jeannie boss, and one of the clients that he had Koby Bryant. He magic said many in the aging business told him to watch his back. Watches back. And wow is the only thing you could say because not only is magic coming out and saying that he didn't have the power that was given him. Although he said he was only going to do the job for three years, and this was going to be his third year. And so, I guess he only left a year early, and he was confused. Why Pelinka wanted to push him out if he had only one more year to go, and he was trying to groom him ready for the position in everything you hear from Pelinka side. Although nothing publicly is that magic wasn't cut out for the job..

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Lakers reportedly to interview former Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff as coaching search continues

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Lakers reportedly to interview former Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff as coaching search continues

"B Bickerstaff is going to interview for the Lakers. Head coaching position at Bernie, son. It is son. Yes, he spent two seasons as the grizzlies head coach and went forty eight and ninety seven he was also the interim head coach in Houston after Kevin McHale was fired right before the rockets hired Mike, Dan, Tony. He's scheduled to meet with Jeanie Buss. Rob Pelinka Joey bus, Jesse bus, Tim, Harris. And of course, Linda and Kurt Rambis. And yes, his father is Bernie Bickerstaff interim coach five games before. Mike Brown after Mike Brown was fired. But he looks like his dad, of course, you would he's well worked. These are the Lakers coaching candidates, and this is their last two seasons as head coaches JV Bickerstaff was fifteen and forty eight and thirty three and forty nine before he was fired Frank Vogel was twenty nine and fifty three and twenty five and fifty seven for he was fired Jason Kidd, forty two in forty twenty three twenty two five. Admits season final Holland's ten and twenty seven in his last season was fired mid season. And Mike Woodson was thirty seven and forty five before he was fired. That is you'll want to coaching pool. I I don't know enough about J V Bickerstaff to have an opinion. But he's interesting. I always liked his dad. Interesting list. My feeling is that they have completely blue completely blown this coaching. Search not been good. They they should have got money Williams. If that was the guy that they wanted they should've paid whatever and giving him whatever it is. He wanted to get him. Because what I feel like is. If you have someone in mind, that's your number one guy the moment that it goes out to the public. That is your number one guy. He is now your guy otherwise you look like a second option, and you're the Lakers. You can't be the second option. And then when you go to your number two guy, and he turns you down your now on your third option. And everyone knows this is your third option. Well, that's why you know, it's amazing to me. How stuff gets out like?

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You do the tour Britain for the first commissaire are always Mitch. I love chat with Tim little hold on for a bit longer than wait longer normal. But now going back into that and going into the tour and working alongside the biggest most stressful by raise plot. Most did you first or did you hate you must have not the most have been some parts where you're like, I ridiculous or not because dope, and we're still going massively twelve years ago. I hope it was obviously going on because the first few tours member one because they all got kicked off forever. But I did it. That was just good fun. It was good fun today. We had a good team got it was very Roger Hammond Hammond being asked to find it was quite difficult to tell you had to be first thing this language, speak languages, you had to be an ex pro rider, and obviously at the hall of July to be able to go. So there wasn't really that many candidates. So I saw manage to wait in different now, though, go on the tour every in basically a Wiltord team in peleton unday Schlick undies like Stephen Roach staff killings. Right. What's van summer when summer as well? So it's mentally talk about cycling, even those guys. They were like massive earners. You know, some woman bay front short was under Franklin and the. Mental where he think you look at are you when all massive is one to one zero bay, and I'm not big. But now the around with you. The friends look enough to race. But for them is so recent you'd surprise like for me, I've not fallen. I wouldn't if I stopped. It's not because I didn't look this ball is because I couldn't carry on trying to do all that train into be mediocre. You know, it's at the highest level you want to do it. And if you have to drop down cloud fuel levels at the age, I'm. I wouldn't hate this by just finding to difficult mentally to do it now that lower level. So I think for them guys half into stock for whatever reasons it were earn in so much money the career and then into stop and go and do that. It's unbelievable in it. Yeah. I suppose to Israel when you think about it. But I think okay, you say there a lot of money. There's not one person. Does bike riding because the money really your every single person started bike riding because they liked him and some bad nervous. Some people. Their highest. I'm vulnerable to finish club run of the people who win the funds, but every single person starts because I love bike riding. The money's really got nothing to do with it. So they want to still be involved in the probably the best way to volved in talk driving VIP's extreme every stage. Got the ARGUS go helicopter. They stay in nicest chateau's in France. So really the fact that I were champions doesn't take a why they left slightly as well on still be involved. I guess coffee. Seven a coffee break chump trial. Purple things crew a final switch full of sugar. We say finales sway is like what you have in the fine..

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You can't just ride around being average at something. And I think that's it's still the same. These days you need to be good at something unit. Be good at riding on the front in it climbing in sprint, and you need to do something as nothing so many people these days. So hard to stay in the job con. Lot of people can be rigid tips and the year, but being good for twenty is so difficult, and I think that's why a lot of people these days about to retire, especially this year in the sport. And what's up into is super difficult last year really was difficult year? Because obviously every now is quite a few teams stopped and lot of offensive ours. Friends revolve grown up bull. It's not it's not as though is every airbase unaccept- friends. We've really seen it since yesterday. That's under percent trick since time. We're gonna it's been like that. But people are shocked because it she makes you always have to prove yourself. Yes. So. Adam says you even come up with the goods you get another job. And that's along the shore. Really? And it's. Well, we just goes nuts. What Tim O once? It's over it's over and. I was looking at stop in Las year didn't set about schoolwork for Tim. I was Chaz. But when you start was it was it difficult. Did you did you look back in hate it? Or did you know what you were going to do? Resolve launching Tim was telling me, you know, he went through stages of when he didn't have a contract, and he drove to where Lear and things. So Toby tell him that story. So one year, I didn't think I was going to get a contract. I didn't know what to do. This was really before that coffee crazy for been evidenced by not say these mobile coffee, Espresso bars for the day. Drove to Milan news is about six, especially factories in Italy. So he's not on the door all of them to see if I could buy an Espresso Espresso machine start this great ideals today. And but then I got another contracts that didn't happen, but looking how big coffees become in the meantime, my shoulda shoulda isn't even a millionaire now, but no Tim now owns chair business. Don't you see if anyone in the market chairs, it's listening? Tim marriage chairs dot com. Is that what it is?.

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"What's the latest? Yeah. Did a consultation with Tom Lancashire Olympic middle distance runner another of DNA, Fisk consultancies Craig Pickering who was very good sprinter. And is a well-qualified sports. Scientists now. Tolman? I spend quite loft time discussing the most surprising aspect of my results. Which was my power endurance response. Let's hear from Tom again. Everybody gets absolve fuel to the fire. One of the biggest our response is I've seen we don't see many certainly over eighty. Calculating eighty five maybe ninety whereas the injured most the most calling biggest probably lawn insurance. I may be around sixty sixty four teenagers. Our I guess it's the bridge. So you very much the far end of the the spread. Colin MacAulay here. The other though. You could have been could've been this. Holly. So it was told Lancashire just talking about my power endurance response, which for me, who's focused all my life on endurance. Sports was very surprising. And as I said, they're made me wonder whether I'd missed my calling and we went into more detail about nutrition injury risk. And so on you get a lot of information from your DNA tests. But whether your genes make you bear suited to juries per base activities, but also about your view to response recovery. Speed.

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I mean, that's history. You didn't ask to? If you look back for history of bite rising always been pies money, and it was before it used to be really a sport for the for the poor people in Europe to be honest is now it's become over middle class spot. But before it really was more for the poor people away to gal of poverty in Europe. And. So in every is was money to be won. And it was. Yeah. People one rice is all they might have sort of not sold it, but help somebody else for the rising to pocket money in the back pocket. But and that just went on that was must part of the sport part of the interest in the sport. Because also in Belgium, bookmakers not so many now, but still yours Flanders think. But a lot of the way I look at citing if the only way you can compare with the Anglo Saxon world England, all and maybe Charlie are not. So sure about is. It's the same like horse racing in England wash rising everyday and betting on horse rising every day and it's day in day out. And basically, that's that's Flanders raise more or less every day, and our history people on it, and you have to look a little bit that chair. Yeah. A week from story. I went into grand and folk message. So yes, the lesson quickly. Learn. But no, I think moving back onto him and what he does now with his with his partner. Jocelyn your help kids. These days and arrived is wants common bay professionally wanna come late the by riders dream. But we both know that's not as easy as always looks on paper. These days is guys going through a cycle. And then they go into the process going team sky when the when the good and arrived is trying to make on their own and after own back, but a lot of say eighty five percent fail in fifty percent. So yeah, Tim said, yeah. Not even even less. Do you know is within that first month of living with your what it takes or not takes normally in a month? You can save somebody's really not because especially in March and April they arrive. Most of them have been running around spine training camps and stuff, and then come to Belgium and complete reality anybody's watch, the Belgium classics most will of how the POWs rise, but the amateur icy is exactly the same. If not even more crazy. So. In every single category. Bows, you've got the curve of the Toffler knows Ohio bake. But for the amateurs when you of just derive from the UK, and you're into vice-like that it's it's a complete shock, and you'll know pretty quickly, for example after left McClay as on the twat stove London. They headed mature I said on the twenty three I think it was two hundred ninety starters. Benefit two weeks. Pop and you want it. So they ultimately know that is is not going to be a donkey with that. You know, when I was chairing me, you eight modern shot. Tim's very old don't train. Nah. I shouldn't say this you gonna stick. But Tim, Tim John Chambers an element when he's on his own, but only because it's old school. And that's what he's always known you do treatment element every now, and again, no Trump now fees where can I go on the tour, which he does the element..

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It was just going out on a simple nacip going out and buying around and go into a load of racism trying to win. It wasn't looking at your Watson trying to increase your walks. I think if you probably looked at the training was if you did it back to fun in the fact have had power may isn't if have had all the proper training plan, if we'd have looked back at it was probably pretty perfect training because you the long rides. You had the interval training shoes. Sprinting for the signs, so although on paper, it wasn't really structured in reality. It was would have been looking back at it. Because we did all the things that you need to do to be good by early. So I live with Tim for three years Haydn Nutella pots on your bed. When I was a first year when I went to Belgium, I never never could drink the milk. A hated the milk out there and all that kind of side like. Tim's house in the morning and just have chocolate milk cocoa pops and all kind of stuff in Tim used to. He didn't really say anything until you found ten types of Natella, Ron. So yeah, I spent three years Tim than eventually moved out, but just down the road from Tim. But I think what I got from Tim is told me in those short years. I the simple of religion be telling me, it's a business is a business. You have to remember this is a business and go and do these races. I remember after a couple of a few seconds Goff users, and I was always a coupla commence in Tim comeback from pure until blah, blah. You must be making a quite a bit of money. Now, it's only eighty euro for second. It's not like you're not getting paid. And then I didn't know about it. None Tim told me all of those fine. Those offi itself out to help someone for money or something. And as what Tim taught me is that it's a business and even those races. There's money to be made. If you win book, there's a guy called case matinee fueled is used to go to these commences, and they they want to pay it. Let them win almost or help them win. So that sort of struck a chord in if it's happening. This lower down the line the deals to remain one year the lion. It's not like I've ever made Musset deals in bigger bite races. Push still happens and timber down to me quite a young age that everything is of it's not for the lowest board. But there's always money's been made in short period of time that you gotta make money infamy that short period was being an amateur and trying to make enough money to pay pay rent, really and Tim of broiler own for me. But back in your day that most of up and. And a lot. Yeah..

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"But when I moved in with me, it's quite funny story out to you. I'll let him tell you about it. But he was still good friends of dealing with rod used to run the economy. So when I left Tim asteroid voice all in. And let me tell you the story of well how it came around here. My name and introduced me really funny story really always didn't Tope. By New Delhi rafters, really good friend of mine. And also, Phillip Griffiths is also really good friend of mine and. On members in Italy. They will sought to chaper chips a phone call out of the blue from felon. Phil says right? Your tight is this young MRs been off the academy. He said she's in Blyth all heard really was bad things about them. So we hadn't really impressed role too much in his is behavior, shall we say? But fails or press game into taking 'em. So didn't have most choice because philatelic me a lot when I was racing vice within INC so thought, okay. So Adam arrived up picked him up at the airport on says, right? Avert your complete twenty. You got one month to sort yourself out otherwise bringing you back here. And that's that's how it started. Is it really? And we on all right since then we've done quite well, really. But. Yeah. Upper-middle you in them me and Tim on like, I have some fire. We didn't really quite a lot in common being such different age groups, really it was quite a lot of the simple nece. Roger now, we both fell in over that when you were young when I was young. So then when I can't live with you. It was so of like, I was a little Baker. Sorry. Tim's names character Baker. Yeah. A lot Tyler from the start because you just want to rice and CARA. Reuters compared you never know how good or bad somebody will in a member taking his first rices puzzle up. Like, I think the images of the member finishing the finished under these are hard. It was. But then he just kept wanting to rice everytime vic- want to rice because I want to make some money as well because in hidden money, take all of them. The business platform and. But you have always got me about Rodney audience again so used to trying to them a lot, and we just spent such spent for the signs we did sprint sprint sprint sprint old island. It's funny really looking back. Now when you look at what we did in training together is never it was never plunder. It was never will do this today. We'll do that say we never sat down and looked here. We saw a race in four or five days. Let's just work around that. And that's what we did. It was in. And it wasn't like any structure to it. It was just it was just constant riding your bike. And it was always every time. We went out we'd have a point system for sign. So little towns be one point province sign a ten point countries Hines, very rare. But I'd be the million points who got back onto that be. UB? So we'd always go out. And we'd always around these signs. It always race each other. We're not kind of stuff and Tim was fifty and it was always about overlay chump. But the main thing is always PT always race. Make it always raise me and always trying not me down the ridge. So it always trying to knock me off the way or just try and beat me somewhere or another. But it was. Taught me quite a lot very always. You know is the simplest a bike route. And it wasn't going out impress in certain during a load of efforts..

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"On more. For more information, go to Rafeh CC. And everyone. It's day with one of my probably one of my best mate. So I've known not that long. But yeah, twelve years is a long time. Timorous you'll of your no in innovative him. A lot of year might not have as lives in Belgium, an old professional don't really put his face in the media much. So yeah. Tim used to be national champion nine thousand nine hundred nine year. I was born. My sister. Oh, by the way, Tim's own language, and it's called Dorgan's. And it's basically a mix of Portuguese English, Norfolk and Belgium. So if you hear fodder me or anything like it's a bit line off may or. Means gray or you star or something like that. If hear me, and Tim say all father may or anything like that. It's it's not swear. And it just means either bad or good or. Really good. So tomorrow national champion nineteen Eighty-nine Tim, you're in a lot of no other. I don't even know really all the teams in. But. Yeah. Talk through your career when you start really in them building up to national champ KIA tempo in September four team code our snacks. Season after hours in our VP vitelle also. Dutch team and the next two seasons INC in Britain and the next year after that rally banana and won national championships are really been honor then signed for Pasadena in Spain. And after that one couple of stages in the tour of the garden in Portugal and saw Sean for Portuguese teams for three seasons. And then for the last four seasons.

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Was British national road race champion. He wrote for fifteen ah before fifteen a- became infamous in one thousand nine hundred eighth in retirement. He well, he lives in Belgium, and he has helped of young writers. I mean, you name a talented or successful British writer of the last decade or so and chances are he has stayed in. Tim's house, and Belgium and been shown the ropes of Belgian. Racing there and Adam Blige with one of those writers. And as Adam will explain in the CIA, he has with Tim. He went to Belgium with a certain reputation already kind of pinned to his back, and yet Tim Harris and his partner justly Ryan really kind of set riders on a path towards the professional ranks and kind of given them this the skills they need to survive first of all in Belgian amateur icing embracing not just a racing. But also the the lifestyle that is required to thrive yet. I am absolately, and we know Tim Harris a bit because he works at the to France as well, he drives VIP's guests for school attitude of France. And he's one of these guys who he's always story always got bit of gossip and. Has has fingers and lots of different Pisces, very interesting guy and hope you enjoy this chat that you had recently with Adam Blythe listening to special episode of the cycling podcast. Adam bly interviews. For crossover to Adam bly in conversation with Tim Harris. We must see big thank you to our title sponsor Rafeh. They title sponsor, the cycling podcast across all the different podcasts that we do. And their new core collection.

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Economist Radio (All audio)

The Economist Radio (All audio)

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Economist Radio (All audio)

"As one of the researchers dr tim harris who is leading a project said to me this is the fundamentally bad idea were poking holes in brains here how so he's not wrong but the reason that you do this is to ultimately help a patient who say is paraplegic and you need to profile a certain region of their brain to allow them to operate say a robotic arm with that bit of their brain with lyson rats the reason that you're doing it is to try and understand the brain because we really don't in general the reason that this thing is useful is that it let you measure what the neurons are doing in there and yes it's about aided apoe colson brains which is why you try make it as thin as possible which is one of the things these guys are doing right but it's not getting the as as fancy is this thing is it's not getting a picture of the whole brain it's still a local thing right it's an extremely local thing a pictures of the whole brain would require sensing every single neurons in the brain and that would require feathering your brain with these spaghetti strands which is what will happen a doctor harris says that people have already put like twenty of these things into the brains of rats and mice eve this really weird picture of like a master a rat with a bunch of knitting needles sticking out of its skull butts the only way we have of taking a full brain picture at the moment is to the very lucy grew see kind of fmr i stuff that doesn't really tell you that much about what is actually happening but okay so how many neurons than can can one watch with his neuro pixel thing you can watch with one strand of this niro pixels device you can watch at seven hundred neurons doing their thing in a line along the spaghetti strand you can plug more in and i think that one of the places that they've been trailing it in switzerland has done about a thousand you're on simultaneously which is way more than we've been able to do before a right but the number still i mean it's still a very serious numbers game right we start with the billions and you're still talking in the hundreds yet again as dr higher said to me.

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"tim harris" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

Thompson & Trudell

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

"And our board operator jake roused in addition to our friends filled in like the communist you brothers ben lions michaels adopted son pretty prints junior julia jeff katz and so on a big to uh george brioni since he palette for filling in running the board to our good friend boss amanda brown a for everything you've done for both of us matt mallon michael in his terrific sales staff like mark and alan tracy and run everybody had been fantastic to work without richard just like everybody in traffic and how the person the put us on the air mike thompson our liquor boss tim harris and also thanks to our bosses dan and scott for everything and i be remiss michael not to mention john ireland my broadcast uncle close friend agents mentor advisors since await not he's probably the biggest reason that i've been on the air here and we'll continue to be on the air john is the best up but i especially michael want to thank you no matter what's going on in the world of sports or just the world you always have something funny an interesting to say your personality is truly unique and special man i i've learned a lot of things from you from the nba the nfl space raising kids geography topography ships air aircraft aviation spelling lifetime dramas 50s 60s 70s tv show right love relate relationships like that super old athletes at right super old music hall whole professional wrestling line yeah champagne and of course nuts so on on the lakers points and i i'm gonna bring you some some veuve clicquot no as lots of got it for you i alerted my house because i'm gonna have a nascent shield he's obviously had fight every day well you to give yourself a year well astra you're still gonna be a you're still gonna be on the air at european the are more often than we've been now the power only last like they're dm here that i give and they call me from a fillon's i think i'm gonna be busy with how the careers doubt that at least we will get you every lakers game day and i think you're gonna be a little more that okay so so thank you for indulging us there for that and now michael thompson.

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"tim harris" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"tim harris" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"His friday and went by with another episode of found his friday here on the 20minute vc with me harry stabbings h dubbing nineteen ninetysix on instagram oh yes we've gone for different platform stay within two ground put to the show stay on my love of deep tech really coming to the fore with this show as i'm thrilled to welcome tim harris found on a swift navigation the story focused on building a wall close organization that will power the next generation of gps enabled robots in autonomous vehicles they've raised over 45 million mbc vc funding from some of all favorites including the license first round philippoussis lend nor slobs and any age just to name a few aspartame protests tim held numerous roles from supply chain consulting to corporate finance encapsulation strategic partnerships and emanate by do so have said hughes thank you to join us in downey at renault sequencing it locks capsule for the insurers tim today without which this episode would not have been possible but before we head into today's episode pendant helps companies create products to customers lost it was founded when a looney from rally google cisco and red hat combine that heads on that halls to build something they wanted but never had has pulled up manages a complete platform for proteins with pendo you can understand puerto usage and rapidly may datadriven decisions survey uses inapp the np s and feedback delivered contextual help to improve us news on boarding new features in products to drive adoption without requiring any engineering resources pender is a proven choice of innovative pulled out leaders that salesforce optimize lee said choice and many more leading companies learn more today go dole pendo door ohio slash harry thus go dole pendo dot gov slash harried but when they feel starting out in the industry wants to learn to code like i was four years ago i went to tree house the online school way you can learn how to build websites in apps that course library has thousands of hours of content what you can learn all sorts of topics including jarvis script ios android and more with high highquality video instructions from real industry experts teaching you all you need to know and quizzes encode challenges keeping you engaged in on track none on your schedule and go from beginning to prior to simply had a team tree house dot com to start your free trial.

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