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Fresh update on "tobias" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"We've at the top of the perimeter where they were just sent picks for each other and turning turning and then one of them would eventually go to the basket that it felt like. They unlocked something with that with that with the clippers defense and they had go bare near the rim so his defender couldn't pop out and help because then they're being alleyoop for beer and there was something with the three of them and i could see there in the lab explaining stuff and i bet we see more of that but to me. It's like connie playing or not if congress playing z eighty percent is eighty five percent. I think the clippers are better. I think they could have easily won the second game day convincingly wanting scam i mean they three points right Yeah babe the first game one of those first two they. It was the first on. Yeah screwed up I think they're better so that doesn't mean anything. And especially when you think about the clippers history where they've never made the conference finals and even yesterday was twenty nine. At one point. It goes down to fourteen. You could feel it in the crowd again like that. Crash is just that crowds ready to watch another collapse like died. They don't want it but they're just it's in the back of their heads and you could feel it a little bit but the difference is they have quite leonard on this team. This is the best player they've ever had their history quickly Sixers hawks which. I zoomed through today on 'cause i watch last night because we went to the game just bazaar and big game avalon affiliate fans of my life or kind of like what the hell with going on whereas like sometimes you tell what the body language is somebody during the game like this. Something's not right here. He is one of the worst games of his career. It was an ugly game. You look the hawks box score. You'd think like dave and win this. They just kind of kept claw. N- claw klein getting around I don't. I don't want to speculate on that. An hurt he was the thing that the takeaway for in that game was traded average shot. The throw talk is adam left and right. He has no space at all from twenty five. If he asked you to three. It's gotta be like twenty seven or beyond. He kinda solved that as it went along. He figured out like. Oh i gotta be steve nash. This game i have to create for other guys. I gotta do slashing kicks get to drive. I gotta just. That's how i'm going to help us win. This and this is what up until three months ago. I didn't think he had in them as a player. I think he's advanced as a scientist of had to attack had figure out solutions on the fly. This is stuff that he wasn't doing last year. What did you see from him in that game. did you watch it. I fully end of it. the thing thoughts me with just like the end of the game phillies were on offense. Tobias harris and seth curry. And that's always kind of not really believed in this team at the highest level. Like simmons can't be your guy. Late embiid's a senator and you're just left. These random primer guys. The last play. The game was the tobias harris. Pick and roll. And i think seth curry curl later it. Just where is your closer and if it's not atlanta it'll be the next round where at some point in the fourth quarter the games if embiid cannot get his jumper going. You need somebody else to break somebody off the dribble. And who's that guy going to be and your disadvantage wherever is compared to your opponent. Yeah and that's the thing. When it beads not one hundred percent it removes the biggest advantage they have. Which is i. disguised unstoppable. You're not stopping and nobody in atlanta any by. Dan needs to guard. And there's no guard in philadelphia yet. Set curry's weirdly important to them and the last five minutes use such as spar trade. Yeah he could actually create some stuff. The philly fans are panicking. And the thing is embiid's it's all i can beat going to get healthier. Is the playoffs. Go along right. this is probably what we're getting. we're gonna get up and down. There's going to be games where he just doesn't look great. And then you see to me. Simmons like coming in for that offensive rebound on the last play. Now dr. it was very offensive. Yeah so. I don't know what to make of that series anymore. I it does feel like whoever comes out of. That series is probably gonna lose to the winner of the bucks that series but i the the big takeaway.
Young Leads Hawks' Rally Past Sixers With Embiid Hurting
"The hawks even their Eastern Conference semifinal series at two games apiece with a comeback win over the seventy Sixers one oh three one hundred Trae young overcame a cold shooting start to score twenty five points including a floater that gave Atlanta the lead with one seventeen left the Sixers lead sixty forty two late in the first half before Atlanta rallied Bogdan Bogdanovic scored twenty two points and John Collins had fourteen points and twelve rebounds young made only eight of twenty six shots but had eighteen assists Tobias Harris led the seventy Sixers with twenty points while Joe well indeed added seventeen with twenty one rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "tobias" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Have had a problem finishing You look at the bucks. Fuck! Same story. They've been pretenders in the postseason. The Clippers in the first round. We thought we were seeing the same old Clippers. They turned it around. The Clippers in the first two games up against the Jazz. We thought we were seeing the same old Clippers, they have now turned it around to even that series at two apiece. That series is probably going to be a dogfight. It's probably gonna go seven games. This Buck's net series. I hate to say that it ends tonight. But that's just the way that I really feel about it. Whoever wins this game will go on to win that series. And you have now three series at two apiece. Sixers and Hawks. I still think the Sixers win that series as long as indeed he doesn't need to be Game one Game two and be where he's dropping 40 and 39. The Sixers did lose Game one. He's just going to be able to have to tolerate and manage the pain. And last night it caught up to him. If Embiid is not a full goal, though, Not even say a full go if MB looks like the way that he did last night, and he's going over 12.5, then the Sixers are gonna have a big time problem, and Ben's not going to step up. In terms of scoring 30 something points. Always had a triple double last night plays great defense. We all know that she's not in Ben's game right now offensively. So Tobias Harris going to be a big key for the Sixers. I just look at those three series. I'll give you my predictions right now. Will say the Sixers and seven Will go the Nets and seven Nets win tonight Lose Game six Win Game seven in a nail biter, an ugly defensive nail biter kind of reminiscent a little bit prettier than Game three. But in that same realm of ugliness. And I look at the other series Clippers and jazz I this one. I'll just go back and forth. Went jazz and seven going in. I still said jazz and seven last night, even thinking that the Clippers were going to win. Game four. I feel the same way nets and boxing. I think the Sixers can lose Game five and still win this series. Whoever loses Game five between Bucks Nets Clippers jazz Are not going to win their series. So I'll still go jazz and seven, but I don't feel great about it. Will take the bucks to losing seven to the net. And then I'll go the Sixers and seven How about that quickly that moves We went from up Sixers Hawk's gonna be quick. Uh huh. Bucks nets going to be quick. His sons will probably give you a seven game series or at least the six game series. No, they won in four. And when it was 20 in favor of the jazz up against the Clippers. Anyone think that was going to go to maybe 1/7 game? We could have all three of those remaining series that are active right now because the sun's already through going to 1/7 game. Alright, official predictions right now, Ryan, Traci Key box and Nets. I'm still rolling with the Nets and seven What say you just give me the team in the number bucks? Insects, but in six already, Clippers and jazz Jazz insects. Oh, that's right. You go in 666 here. No, I'm not. No, I will say Sixers in seven Sixers in 7855 to 1 to four. CBS. We were talking about Andy Dandy Dalton earlier, And I think it is ridiculous How Matt Nagy isn't even giving Justin Fields a shot. To start Come week one by reiterating to Chris Collinsworth the other day or today on the podcast whenever it was taped that Andy Dalton is his starting quarterback. For now, let's go to Tony in Vancouver, Washington. Next up on CBS. Sports Radio. Big Tone. What's happening? Hey, Zack. You know the Seahawks are in the same position 12 years ago. You know Hasselbeck and retired it went out and signed Matt Flynn to a big contract. Due to Pete Carroll's ability to You know, just take the best man, regardless of position. Tell Russell Wilson came about they even devise an offence for Russell wasn't To compensate his height with everybody said he couldn't say. Knowing that they had to have a moving pocket. It devised that form so the state Justin Fields has no chance is stupid. I'm with their and it's a little bit different. I actually thought with Pete Carroll did. And thanks for the phone call Tony. I thought what Pete Carroll did was even guts here like Andy Dalton's on a one year contract. I don't remember the specifics and maybe you can look it up. Ryan, if you could please do that. I don't remember the specifics of the math one contract, but it was a multi year deal. And they didn't get to week one and let Matt fund started with Russell Wilson right from the jump. Anti Dalton's on a one year it's like a $10 million contract. There's no reason to play Andy Dalton, other than the fact that Justin Fields is not ready and to say that Andy Dalton's Your starter now on June 15th. What's the point? Give the kid a shot. You've got to learn from what transpired with you, Jackson and Baker Mayfield. You just gotta Baker. Mayfield hated you, Jackson from the start because he counted Baker Mayfield out. He didn't even give Baker made for the opportunity to get the starting job up against Tyrod Taylor. Don't do that. If you're Matt Nagy, give Justin Fields a shot. You have the baffling contract.
Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series
"Joel Embiid scored twenty seven points in the seventy Sixers rode a dominant third quarter two or one twenty seven one eleven victory over the hawks the Sixers took a two one lead in the Eastern Conference finals and ended at Lana's thirteen game home winning streak Tobias Harris had twenty two points and Ben Simmons added eighteen for the Sixers who led by five before outscoring the hawks thirty four nineteen in the third period and the test Simmons with the catalyst in their big third quarter are you still involved well you got needs new should be a question this works because that's a lot of streets those Russian armed with the way of their garden so that's one should you be aggressive birds go on the engine down Trae young when it landed with twenty eight points game four is Monday night in Atlanta on the ferry
Fresh update on "tobias" discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"After being over. Eleven with eight seconds left getting a great look at the rim off a role he said normally i would have dumped that but i have no lift right now. I'm trying to do my best out. There he said he felt like he was probably fouled on the play. But he said he's got to be better moving forward to gain five he was dominant through the first three games. Thirty five points ten rebounds tonight. He was not that same type of player. Tobias harris said. Let's not forget what he was doing for us defensively. We still need him out there tonight. The name at the end of that just hits me every time that i hear mcmenamin talk about this team and he just casually throws out well tobias harris said this we gotta remember that guys like tobias harris. Have to be part of the solution for philly moving forward. I mean this is not a a roster that was built onto everybody else's pad. It's not the way they were built. They got seventeen points from joel embiid and we are trashing. Him ford trashy trashing before they got twenty points from tobias who had a good game honestly but they only got eleven points from. Ben simmons and points at some point have to matter. I know it's not a team with a ton of depth but it is a team with a ton of depth on the starting court. It's team with a lot of players that can step up and give it to you any night and right now. They're obviously shorthanded. When it comes to one specific thing they are shorthanded when it comes to what they're going to do which will impede but nothing's gonna make that easier for the rest of the series. He's not going to miraculously get healthy. And if he's not going to get miraculously healthy then we're going to have to just accept the fact that other people need to step up brings us all to the pressure conversation. We're letting you chime in on that triple eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six mike in louisville. What he got to impress your man. Who's under the most pressure in this match up tonight. All right so both houses under the most pressure right. Now if the bucks can't end up beating the Broken down nets at the moment. They're not going to blow up the bucks team. It's just gonna fire coach. It's way easier to replace him to try to get you a new starting four to go around the honest and they'll do whatever they have to keep him happy. Maybe a bench player to comes in. But that coaches out mike A a plus call. That's a winning. Call right there because realistically boone holds her knows his ability to keep his job. Depends on this series. There is no way that he keeps his job. If the bucks lose to this version of the nets none. It's far easier to replace one coach than it is to replace superstars and the buxom really have the flexibility to do that. So for me. When i talk about pressure. I'm all in on saying that coach. Bud has the most pressure. We're gonna head over to the goodyear hotline to get the thoughts on pressure and also thoughts on a bunch of nfl. News my buddy damien woody. Espn nfl analyst joins us now. Would he always appreciate your time. So you know at some point. We're talking about pressure and i. I'm curious from a locker room perspective. When you see guys going down that are injured on the other team does it. Put more pressure on the guys that are healthy to come in and say like for the bucks you know you gotta decimated nets team like you gotta win this now. If you're a milwaukee's locker does it feel different in the locker room when you know. Your opponent is decimated. Well listen. I think he can play the other way. You know when you know a team. That's it's almost like a dog in the corner. You know they can just come out scrapping so you know as an opponent basically you just got control what you can control. You can't get caught up in well. That's they have plays that hurt. They need to just continue to play with the same type of intensity that they played in the last couple of games. And you can't worry about. James harden is gonna play. Whatever you gotta go out there and play your game. That's really the said of. Most athletes is control the things that you can control. And don't worry about what's on the other shot so when you're talking about a team like the clippers that have been maddeningly inconsistent really for a couple of years. There's no easy fix for what. What's your approach from an athlete standpoint. When you know the consistency is the hardest thing for your team. Yeah listen you know. When i played under coach dillard's check. He always tells them. More teams found ways to lose hangs window and that has a lot to do with this mistakes and things in a game. That could be the difference and so for me. It's about attention to detail. It's the little things that that when you get to this level where you know where the clippers and all these other teams are. It's a little things that matter and so for me. I watched the clippers. you know. it's all about okay. What what. What are the little things that we're not doing right. Things that we can tighten up on defensively or would schematically within their offense. Were the things that we need to do. Just a little bit more chris. That'll give us the edge and it just seems to me that the clippers of you know. They're starting to find their mojo in tighten things up a little bit and and Now the pressure's on the utah jazz. It's the maximum show. Espn radio jason. Fitz filling in for max talking the damien. Woody on the goodyear hotline. So what let's switch over to a little bit. nfl news. Because i saw yesterday that the texans have made it clear they would like to get some resolution to shawn watson and his situation before they get into camp. The unfortunate thing is that legally there will be no resolution by that period for the sexual misconduct allegations that he's facing so..
Shake Milton Saves Sixers As Philly Evens Series With Hawks
"Jo Ellen beat at forty points and thirteen rebounds as the seventy Sixers knocked off the hawks one eighteen one oh two even in the Eastern Conference semifinal series at a game apiece the Sixers also received big contributions from shake Milton who buried a thirty two footer and scored fourteen points in an electrifying stretch off the bench Milton fueled a fourteen run that blew the game open in the second half Tobias Harris had twenty two points and Seth curry twenty one for the seventy Sixers Trae young and Danilo Gallinari scored twenty one a piece for the hawks game three is Friday in Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie
Without Embiid, 76ers Roll Past Wizards and Into 2nd Round
"Seth curry scored a playoff career high thirty points in the seventy Sixers beat the wizards one twenty nine one twelve to end the series in five games overcoming Jo Ellan beat absence Tobias Harris added twenty eight points in team with curry and Ben Simmons to carry the offensive load within beat out Simmons had nineteen points eleven assists and ten rebounds to keep the top seeded seventy Sixers in the hunt for their first title since nineteen eighty three and beat his day today with a small lateral meniscus tear in his right knee Philadelphia coach doc rivers says he expects his all star center to be back for the postseason I'm the ferry
Embiid Leaves With Sore Knee, 76ers Lose to Wizards 122-114
"Bradley Beal led seven players in double figures with twenty seven points as the wizards avoided elimination by beating the seventy Sixers one twenty two one fourteen in game four of the Eastern Conference playoff series Philadelphia leads the series three games to one the seventy Sixers lost big man Jo Ellen be late in the first quarter with a sore right knee Russell Westbrook had another triple double with nineteen points twenty one rebounds and fourteen assists the seventy Sixers were led by Tobias Harris with twenty one Greg heist Washington
Joel Embiid, 76ers Rout Wizards to Take 3-0 Series Lead
"Jo Ellan beat set a career playoff high with thirty six points as the seventy Sixers cruised to a one thirty two one oh three win over the wizards taking a three nothing lead in the first round series and beat scored twenty five points in the first half and finished fourteen of eighteen from the floor in twenty eight minutes before resting the entire fourth quarter Tobias Harris provided twenty points thirteen rebounds and five assists for the Sixers who shot fifty nine percent from the field and fifty two percent from three point range the top seeded seventy Sixers will go for the sweep in game four on Monday I'm the ferry
Simmons Leads 76ers Past Wizards; Westbrook Injured
"The seventy Sixers are up to nothing in their opening round series after clobbering the wizards one twenty ninety five Ben Simmons had twenty two points nine rebounds and eight assists one game after becoming the sixth player in league history to record fifteen fourteen fifteen assists I knew you know I six was the first game I noted in the system so expect me to to file my guys and get my guys shots they'll fall asleep a lot of times no I came down the floor and I did have a lot of masculine beat also had twenty two points and Tobias Harris added nineteen wizards guard Russell Westbrook left the game in the fourth quarter with a leg injury Westbrook finished with ten points and eleven assists Bradley Beal had a game high thirty three points for Washington which host game three on Saturday I'm the ferry
15,000 Fans Attended New York Knicks Playoff Game
"Part one of the two parts. Saturday at extravaganza. Russillo is here. Just watch knicks hawks. Really an incredible basketball game having the fans back was Was depend us they. It felt like a fool. Msg the crowd shots were awesome. You know anyone. I i think we all realize that fans were important to the playoff basketball experience. But you could really feel in this game. The knicks felt like they were back for the first time in eight
Harris Scores 37, Leads 76ers Past Wizards 125-118 in Game 1
"Tobias Harris and Jo Ellan be let the seventy Sixers to a game one victory over the wizards one twenty five one eighteen Harris scored twenty eight of his game high thirty seven points in the first half villainous scoring void within beat on the bench and early foul trouble and be was whistled for three thousand the Sixers missed fourteen of seventeen three point attempts in the first half leaving it up to harass and be finished with thirty points despite sitting at a huge portion of the first half Ben Simmons shot poorly but contributed fifteen assists and fifteen rebounds Bradley Beal had thirty three points for the wizards who take on the Sixers and Philadelphia on Wednesday I'm Dave Ferrie
A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra
"Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing stay in krisztian known stan about data governance in the enterprise. How khalib applies to lessons learned from their customers to their own business so stand. Can you start by introducing yourself. Yes of course. Thanks for having me over. Stan from libra one of the co founders of the company. That's two thousand eight. We've been doing this for about thirteen years now. And i've had a variety of roles in the company. I've been responsible for sales post sales partnerships. The whole nine yards the right. Now what i'm responsible for. And what i owned data office on the lake and on friday evenings recall that drinking our own champagne only mornings because eating and do you remember how you got involved in the area of data management. Yes i do and you're probably not going to believe it. But i i study doesn't mean you need like tropical engish but a colorblind so you can imagine me putting it was just one of the courses. We got there was sequel. And we've got this thick thick book of sequel the language and database. And i was thinking to myself who needs this. What is this mind you. This is nineteen ninety eight the year. Two thousand maybe something like that. I forget who needs to be money for such a book right so i was thinking as soon as i run through the scores of something that nobody will ever need. I'm going to sell the book. So that was the only textbook that ever sold the sequel book. So obviously i wasn't been bending to go into data management necessarily when i was in school but i went to a software company after my studies. Also did somebody ice. Obviously that they may be deeply comes back and then the company stints. I ended up at the university again but as a research engineer and then we were doing research into semantic slept startup semantics up to gatien's research slept with a database professor. So i worked there for about three years and there was really sucked into deep of the artist. She well when when did they go.
Unlocking the Power of Data Lineage in Your Platform
"Hostess tobias macy into today interviewing julian ladonna about lineage new standard for structuring meta data to enable interoperability across the ecosystem of data management tools. So julian can you start by introducing yourself. Hello i'm jillian. I guess. I've been working in the big data space for the past. Fourteen years studied at yahoo building platform on top of you and in a study contributing to open source project like the and that's how i joined the twitter data platform team. They are steady up at she parkway project and that led to contributing to the launch of the aba chiro project that you're on and morrison t i with the architect for the up a format. We work after that. I studied dedicated. Which i'm this show now and so you've actually been on the show. This is your third time now. So you were on to talk about your work with apache parque. And you're on with doug cutting. Who was the creator of astro. So that was a good conversation. And then you're also on talk about your work with marquez. Which is a natural transition to where you are now with. Data can which building on top of that platform so for folks who listened to the marquez episode. I don't know if you want to. Just give a quick recap about where that project has gone. And maybe what you're building on top of it with data again before we dig into open lineage. So you can from. When you build data platform it quickly becomes evident that she need an equivalent of service oriented architecture retro data pipelines like people consume data they produce data and by default israel egypt visibility. Where they did is coming from awards going and so we need to understand. We consume the data that we produce and how they impacted by the changes were may be doing and we understand where they did is coming from that. We're consuming how it's being maintained in deadwood right so that leads us to start the marcus project at we were so you building the data platform at work. That where's the need for. How do we understand in an organization where they are many teams that consumed produce data. How do they understand how they depend on each other. In our things change. That was a missing piece in the open-source ecosystem
Pacers Rally Late for 103–94 Win To Snap 76ers Streak
"The seventy Sixers season high eight game winning streak is over after the Montesa bonus had his ninth triple double of the season and caris levert added twenty four points to help Indiana rally past Philadelphia one of the three ninety four it's a bonus finished with sixteen points thirteen rebounds and fifteen assists as Indiana clinched a spot in the plane around Tobias Harris scored twenty seven points and Ben Simmons finished with twenty three is Jo Ellan beat sat out with a non call that nineteen related illness the loss prevented the seventy Sixers from clinching the number one seed in the east and cut their conference lead to two games over the nets I'm the ferry
Federated Learning for All With Flower
"Your host is usual as tobias macy today interviewing daniel boy till about flour a framework for building federated learning systems. So daniel can you start by introducing yourself my nose daniel. I'm the founder of a hamburger. Best startup called adapt. And i'm one of the creators off to flower federated learning framework. And we call it and flower. The friendly federated learning framework. I got introduced a python. Yes absolutely so. I started doing python a bit more than ten years ago. Actually during my undergrad studies. And then i didn't use it for quite a bit. But then as you resurfaced on rediscovered it or to hold data. Science space within machine learning is pretty much based around python. So that's how i again got into it and started to learn properly and now we basically use it. Most of the things we do apart from some some educa- select a weapon like mobile applications. Where other languages are more suitable. We now use it for all of the machinery of beckoned systems and actually for some robotics cases to it before we get too deep into flowers specifically. I mentioned that it's a framework for building federated learning systems. So just wondering if you could just start by giving a bit of description about what that means. What federated learning is in the context of data science and l. So when we usually talk about machine learning the underlying assumption usually is that we have a single data sets sits in a single place so we can access the entire data said we can analyze the entire data set and we can basically read any example that is placed in the data set with federated learning. That's not the case anymore. I mean having a data said in a single location is pretty restrictive. So you have to collect all of the data. I which is not always possible sometimes not possible due to our example legal constraints. Sometimes it's not possible. Due to technical constraints the data is just to lower the rate at which the data's being generated as too large transmit. All that over the network
Embiid scores 29, 76ers beat Pistons for 8th straight win
"Jo Ellan beat scored twenty nine points in the seventy Sixers earned their eighth straight win by defeating the pistons one eighteen one oh four and beat hit a three for a sixty nine fifty to lead in the third quarter which gave him twenty three points at that point pistons backup big man and former teammate your local for only had four points Tyrese Maxey added twenty two points and Tobias Harris had eighteen for the seventy Sixers who played without all star Ben Simmons and starting guard Seth curry due to injuries Dwight Howard leads all NBA backups with eleven double doubles after delivering nineteen points and fourteen rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie
Making Spark Cloud Native at Data Mechanics
"Your host is tobias. Macy inch today maneuvering giannis. Stefan about data mechanics cloud native spark platform for data engineers. So giannis can you start by introducing yourself to be here. So yeah. I'm john eve i am. I'm the co founder of mechanics. Priority mechanics was a software engineer auditor. Bricks lead their spark infrastructure team. Sanal being working. We spark cousin infrastructure provider for quite a few. But i'm pretty passionate about it. So i hope i have some interesting stories to share with your audience and do you remember how you first got. Involved in the area of data management. Yes so. i studied engineering. In france then went to the. Us stanford at the time machine learning was. Everyone's obsession. I remember the pretty popular machine. Learning class by andrew hang had one hundred thousand students registered but it was actually a separate class that interests me mining massive data sets at which was like my introduction to distributed computing and. I find that this area was a great mix of really software. Engineering problems algorithms architecture problems. And then i had the opportunity to join. Data breaks as a pretty early software engineer just out of college and that was an amazing experience. And that's how. I go all in that area. And so you mentioned that you had that experience of running spark at data bricks and now you're running it for other people in your company data mechanics. I'm wondering if you can start by giving a bit more of an overview about what it is that you're building their data mechanics and some of the story behind. What made you decide to set out on your own and run your own business to help provide this service to more people. Yeah of course. Sedate mechanics is a cloud. Native spark platform for data engineers. Our platform is deployed on kuban cluster. That we create and manage for our customers inside their cloud accounts so the contract with our users. Our users develops barcode. They submit it and then we take care of scaling infrastructure tuning the configurations collecting logs and making them available enough friendly user interface.
Harris, Curry lead 76ers past Bulls 106-94
"Tobias Harris scored twenty one points and Seth curry added twenty is the seventy Sixers earned their fifth straight win one of six ninety four over the bulls Philadelphia led by as many as twenty three in the third quarter and by twenty to start the fourth but Chicago one on a twenty four five run to get within eighty eight eighty seven midway through the final period before the seventy Sixers embarked on a twelve four run every six to starters scored in double figures as Ben Simmons delivered fifteen Danny green at fourteen and a relatively quiet Jo Ellen beat scored thirteen the Sixers now we the east by one game over the nets I'm Dave Ferrie
76ers use balanced scoring, rout Hawks for 2nd straight game
"The seventy Sixers are back within a half game of the nets for first place in the Eastern Conference the Sixers rolled to a one twenty six one oh four thumping of the hawks is Dwight Howard furnished a team high nineteen points and eleven rebounds the last couple of weeks there really are working on finishing in the paint you know the practice and stuff like that Saudi work hard work is paying off I just want to continue to be aggressive in the paint go back up strong to finish and force those guys that have been found then Simmons Jo Ellan beat and Tobias Harris each scored eighteen to help the Sixers rout Atlanta for the second straight game hawks guard Trae young scored thirty two points in his return after a four game absence due to an ankle injury I'm Dave very
"tobias" Discussed on RunPod
"It's fairly controllable yet. It's relatively flat. The mile markers or kilometer mark is all the time you've got as stations everywhere. i mean. there's no better way to run that distance in a officially I have people on hand to look after you. Should things go wrong. They shove water in your face and and In august dr. They're not you. Don't have that when you running at home. United around the neighborhood so In one sense. I should be nothing to be afraid of because the world is there to help. You've got supporters cheering you on. You've got all the kind of medical aid stations that water there's food there's there's there's literally no excuse not to do it. And i say that not to dismiss how difficult is americans audit record but there are any difficult if you choose to try and run the medifast lie in your own terms in a anyone can compete a it just depends upon how fast you wish to run it and is it is it. Everybody tries to run just beneath the limit. A little bit. I like cruising on a car and you're trying to trying to keep your Fuel consumption it. That past fifty six miles now isn't it. That's the optimum speed and you don't red line want to be too low at gay or to hijack you to send it being a bit sluggish so you just need to keep a very constant speed And that's why everybody wants to do them in their flats because hills they kill your speed dentist and so for anyone thinking about dana marson I you know. I think has no excuse not to do one. Really you know there Everything's there to help you and you just the only thing that's gonna stop doing it. Is you essentially your brain Your If you've got a slight confidence issue that's gonna stop you believing that you're able to do it but actually just need to believe that you can't hundreds and thousands of people every year and there's no reason why you comment on t..
"tobias" Discussed on RunPod
"You're married to someone who likes running as well. We ended up getting married adamant and the mouse on medoc and we invite all our friends to run the race with us and we got married at the end of the race so so yes And then we had we had even a marathon honeymoon and we We went to Journalism i was invited for press trip to the caribbean to the cayman islands and so they ran a marathon. Then i said well. Why don't we combine this with a honeymoon now. I want to what a great place. I can't go there on my and say add so yet so she she very neighbor said cool with us. Let's combine this combined the marathon with a honeymoon and say we. We ran the cayman islands marathon. As as a honeymoon marissa he see now there. There are people running and listening right now and do you run with your other half. Can you imagine running a marathon on your wedding day and going on honeymoon as a marathon. I mean i. That's impressive that you find someone that wants to do that with you. And i running the marathon on the wedding. Did you meet the guests. Run with the over. There will not all of them very. We had a very small wedding. There must have been about thirty of us but twenty-odd thirty essentially those he went elderly infirm unwell or with child Basically ran and and the hardest bit about that day actually was just trying to kind of heard everybody to get eight thousand drunken runners and i say drunken because the runners. Those who aren't good runners are the ones who get the most drunk and those who are quite good thing say drawing so therefore you're you're trying to say coast together those who are not taking it very seriously in terms of like the hydration and the some some food down there and then not doing any of the the basics that you need to do to run twenty six miles and so and so they were taking a little bit too much wine at the stations of which there about twenty five twenty six and so it became a bit like a kind of i don't know just a china hold the hands and try and get them thrown one as stations. The next and dressed up in fancy dress carnival. Things don't drink on the mat debut. Marathon don't wear anything new like zulu outfits. Don't carry a spare. Don't run with your wife. Loved the utility did you. Have you done the the one. There's the run run with your wife. Is that carry your wife marathon. Is that what it's code of course standard in fact. That was my first dating. I think we did that month to of all dating regime. We have to explain these actually quickly. So the maryland meadow the marathon. That one there. That's arthur where you run and you drink wine. Every store isn't it simply has been going for thirty odd. Years is based in a little town called neighborhood in the medoc region so hayme of wine margot's next door's fatty fabulous place and they hold this race in september and sells like hotcakes and essentially. The gist is to take your time. It does not a race for the false apart from the big vineyards. They put together teams and they try to be the best out. Most people aim to meet the cutoff. Which is six hours and pretty much. Seven thousand people arrive within the last hour of of of the run says a big big Ginga guli at the very end and there are roughly twenty four to twenty six eight stations in each aid stations essentially represented by a shadow one of the vineyards That is based in in the middle and so often yet she running from chateau to chateau and at that. Very shots might be a domain. It might be just a big house..
"tobias" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there welcome to another gathering of the rump. Padron club at this is the run club of the podcast worlds and it's where runners unites. I'm jenni falconer here to rally the troops or probably that should be rally. The runners and in fact we're also facebook group. Come and the run pod run club. They're very new but already we've got so. Many amazing members forming a great community of runners. All ages abilities running style from a whole array of places around the globe. And this is the thing. That's so good about running. You can do it anywhere. Just take your essentials. You're good to go. Free is something you can do in your own in your own time. Use it to explore travel to get fit to compete to socialize to expand your mind. And i feel all these reasons are why today's guest runs He also likes to write books about his experiences and documented along the way and today. Please welcome to run. Port are adventure. Runner tobias is hello there hello journey nice to beer an honor it is. Do you know what it's it's lovely to have you here. Because i'm sitting here quite fresh from my twelve kilometer. Run just throwing that out there quite proud of that and then i look on your instagram and not only have you run further. But you've run more than double that and it's just like an average weekday mid morning that you've done that. Tell me this ridiculous. Challenge your to god. I wish i could say was an average mid morning thing i was doing i. It's not i sadly and and i'm sure you can understand this being a parent. My life is often hijacked by a small children and I have a five and two year old and they do the damnest to ensure that. I didn't go anywhere very far. So luckily today i had a pink slip and i'm doing this crazy kind of a china interest. I basically a name really run the date essentially the the idea is to literally run the day that you're on today's the twenty fifth so i'm running twenty five kilometers under that this morning and tomorrow a run. Tony sits challenge. That sold very well until you get a fifteen day fifty nine and i were discussing my wife's then we're just kinda well. Maybe maybe we should do this tomorrow. That's it that's to start so obviously when it's very easy to say that when it's anyone kilometer so we didn't even bother we didn't even bother putting on In a sports craze we just literally just ran in our jeans And and we were doing some some some bramble clearing said. We'd saw that as a as a as a kind of like a a kind of warm up jog in a bramble gears a joked the ride and joke back again and then dropped the chain so in and off we went and we did that for the first few days until we read. We probably need to stop putting on clothes and some trainers and and then yeah and then. I don't think anything like this is actually. That difficult in terms of is not physically difficult is logistically very awkward. I think is the way i would. I would call it a now now. I'm not running i. I'm i've got a phone in my hand. I'm trying to find new routes and a now my little outings are creeping up to three hours..
"tobias" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
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"tobias" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"And heaped to a peak in the middle ivan had been clearing out the woods behind the house. Most of it was gone by now. Nearly an acre of trees turn into a stump e ball crisscrossed by tire routes filled with blackwater behind. The bog stood the house of a family whose pales stringy daughters quarreled incessantly with their mother screaming as they ran out the door screaming as they jumped into the souped up cars of their boyfriends the father and son also drove hot rods maintaining them on parts cannibalized from the collection of wrecks in their backyard. They came out during the afternoons and weekends to crawl under their cars and shouted each other over the clanging of their wrenches. Freddie and i used to spy on the family from the trees are faces darkened twigs stuck in our hair. He wouldn't have to steal up on the now they'd be in plain view all the time. I've even had been hard at work turning trees into firewood but firewood was cheap and whatever he got wouldn't be worth it worth all the green and the birds and the scolding squirrels coolness and summer. The long shafts of afternoon light this plays had been iroquois wilderness to me english forest and african jungle. It had been mars now gone complete. I was a boy who didn't know he would never build a jet. But i knew this lake of mud was the work of a fool. I'll bet you can drive it out. Without unloading clark said already tried. Ivan lowered himself onto a stone and looked round with satisfied air. Sooner you get started sooner you'll be done. A stitch in time saves nine. I said no time like the present credit said there you go ivan. Said clarke had been standing on a web routes. He stepped off and walked toward the truck. As he got closer the ground turn soupy and he went up on tiptoe then began hopping from foot to foot but there was no firm place to land and every time he jumped he went in deeper when he sank past his ankles he gave up and mucked ahead his sneakers slurping picking up more goop with each step by the time he reached the truck. They looked like medicine balls. He crouched by one rear tire. Then the other we can put down corduroy tracks. He said ivan winked in our direction. Corduroy tracks you say. That's what they used to do in covered. Wagons got stuck. Clark said but logs down son. Does that look like a covered wagon to you also artillery pieces in the civil war. Maybe we should just unload the truck. i said. hold your horses ivan. Put his hands on his knees and studied. Clark i like a boy with ideas he said. Go on give it a step now. Never hurts to try pretty said. That's it exactly ivan. Said freddie and i walked up to the barn for a couple of shovels we cut wide of the ruts and puddles but the mud still sucked at our shoes. Once we were alone. I kept thinking how thin he gotten. I couldn't come up with anything to say he didn't speak either. I waited while freddy went into the bar and when he came back outside. I said we're going to move though. No one had told me any such thing. Those words came to mind and it felt right to say them. Freddie handed me a shovel. we're too. I don't know when i'm not sure we started back. I hope you don't move pretty said it. Maybe we won't maybe we'll end up staying. I said that would be great. If you stayed here is no place like home. Home is where the heart is crazy said but he was looking at the ground just ahead of him and didn't smile back at me. We took turns digging out the wheels one resting while the other worked. I ve been laughed whenever we slipped into the mud but otherwise watched in silence. It was impossible to dig and keep your feet especially as we got deeper. Finally i gave up and knelt down to work. I got more leverage that way and clarkin freddie followed suit. I was sheathed in mud up to my waist and elbows. I condition was hopeless. So i stopped trying to spare myself and just let go. I surrendered to the spirit of the mud. It's fair to say. I wallowed what we did. Under clark's direction was cut a wide trench from the bottom of each tire. Forward about five feet sloping up like a ramp. We jammed cordwood under the tires. And then lined the ramps with more logs is we dug. We were about finished when the wall started to collapse. Clark took it personally fudge. He kept saying and ivan laughed in swayed back and forth on the stump. Clark yelled at freddie and me to dig dig dig and stretched flat on his stomach and scoop the sliding mud out with his hands. I could hear freddie laboring for breath but he didn't let up and neither did i. We burrowed like moles and then came a moment when the tracks were clear and the walls holding and clark told ivan to move. The truck clark was excited and barked at him as he been barking at us. Ivan sat there blinking. Clark pitched some spare logs back into the truck. Come on guys. He said we'll push ivan stood and brushed off his hands and walked over to the truck watching clark before he climbed into the cab. He said young fellow. If you ever neither job commie. Clark and freddie and i braced ourselves against the tailgate as ivan. Crank the engine. Put it in gear. The rear wheels started to spin churning geysers of mud. I was in the middle. So i didn't catch much of it. But freddie and clark got plaster freddie turned away and then lean forward again and started pushing with clarkin me. Ivan was rocking the truck to and fro trying to get it onto the laws. It rose a little hesitated then slipped in spewed back another blast of mud clarkin. Freddie looked like they'd been stuccoed they moved in closer beside me as ivan. Got the truck rocking again. I held my breath against the heavy black exhaust. I is burn the truck rock and rose again hanging on the lip. Clark grunted again and again and again. I picked up his rhythm and pushed for all. I was worth and then my feet slid and i fell flat out as the truck jerked. Four tires screamed on the would log shot..
"tobias" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"In. That's begin fly boys by tobias off My friend clark. And i cited to build a jet plane. We spent weeks perfecting our design if the draftsman stable in his bedroom sometimes clark let me put on. The green is shade and wheeled the compass and calipers but never for long. I drew like a lip. Reader reads watching. It.
"tobias" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"Hi i'm lavar burton and this is lavar. Burton reads in every episode. I and pick a different piece of short fiction. And i read it to the only thing. These stories have in common is that i loved them and i hope you will too today. I'm going to read fly. Boys by the author tobias wolff. It's from a collection of his entitled story begins published by vintage books and it also appears in audio from blackstone audio now. Tobias is probably best known for his memoir and for his short works. He wrote the very popular memoir about his own. Adolescence called this boy's life which was adapted into a film he also wrote the novel old school and several collections of stories among other things. This is a story about three boys. Classmates friends growing up in the late. Nineteen fifties or early sixties. Tobias doesn't give the boys ages or their race but it seems pretty reasonable to assume that they are white and maybe twelve to thirteen years old. Basically the age where. You're old enough to think you know a lot and bluff your way through the rest but young enough to still be a child. To be honest. I struggled with this story and the choices that our main character has to make. And that's exactly why. I wanted to read it to you. Please check out the content advisory if you are so inclined and if you're ready let's take a deep breath.
"tobias" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Everyone welcome into another edition of the world's pod tobias harris the philadelphia seventy sixers a first place sixers and the bias who was having really wanted the best all around seasons in the league certainly in eastern conference chasing that rare fifty forty nine hundred fifty percent from the floor over forty percent from the three point line and we're in eighty six percents the bias at the free throw line. Which when you're shooting that well it's tough to get that number up. You can't miss right to get ninety. Yeah you can't miss it's a it was funny because i hit the ninety blue joel came to me and he goes. You're fifty forty ninety. Missed the next two free throws and he goes now. You gotta make like forty in a row. Now you're a liar. I gotta get it back up. So yeah it's a. It's one of the things like going into a lot of seasons. I say. I want to be as wishing as possible in a goal is to be deported. Ninety player so it's a. It's definitely huge goldman joe. Did you play baseball growing up to buy neither now. I could see joel being the guy on the baseball team. The dugout with pitchers got the no hitter in sixth seventh inning. Going up to him and saying you gotta no hitter gone. He's gosh for sure. While listen those are all star numbers and those are the kind of numbers especially on a first place team. You're gonna get more all stars when you're on the best team and there's a lot conversation league right now about this all star game. You know reported that they're getting and i think a union is let you guys know that in march seven atlanta leaks finalizing the details. Lebron james came out last night. The aren't fox publicly. I think i think some others have been more private in their frustration with it. But what what's your sense tobias about in the pandemic having an all star game in atlanta in how you feel about it and how maybe some of your teammates guys you talk to the league. Feel about it. Yeah i've heard they're the chatter on me about it and this is a extremely condensed season. Were pretty much playing every other day. night after night. So you know to have also. It wasn't too surprising to hear the knew that there was an all star game. Just because he's kind of the the deck is already set of of this type of season like in a pandemic testing all the way down the line so for me. It was something when i heard about that. Okay well here we go. It's really nothing new from what we've been doing this this whole year but i also do understand it for a guy like lebron played all star games but for somebody like myself who wants to be in the game and wants to play in his first all star game. I'm also like i will go like you know in atlanta where we add. So that's how i look at it. You're you're ready to sign me up for it. I wonder just the mental toll tobias. That guys are feeling this season not just the restrictions when you're on the road but now in the last few weeks having to test every day and so you have an update today in philadelphia. But you gotta go in and do your testing tonight so at some point. You've got to drive back downtown right back down. Or actually you go to the tape oscilloscope. Which is jersey near you. Go to the team arena. Keep facility right and so you do that. Even as far drive is for you. Thirty five minute drive. So you know that's like it isn't toll. many will sit in. Say all you guys shouldn't be complaining. It is what it is but when you think about it this is off day. You know you don't really were playing so frequently so ty we're family. It is imported and days protesting. We aren't testing twice a day. The only reason why today is just one is because active the game yesterday tested so bit is like a destruction in the day but if he's going to keep us safe and healthy as we hope it would not. I guess it's just one of those things we we kinda at this point. Have to deal with to to have this season into play. How how different tobias has it been trying to build team chemistry relationships that you're building with new players that you're building out with a new coaching staff around a season where you really can't be around each other like you can't go out to dinner. Has that been be more challenging or even with a team has to work through issues. There are always issues and sometimes you can go out together. You could talk to them at dinner. You could go out. You could blow off steam whatever it is and everybody kind of come back with a fresh mind. The next day is there. Is that part of it. Had been more of a challenge to try to work through stuff on a team. A for me like we're a team last year that if we had a road trip we were out eating on pretty much every one of those gangs your night before a game after game we will go the and it's just a time of abandoning being ever talk about different things that go on the course of the season. Luckily we had some really good success. This year so We found a lot of ways to do that. You know have conversations in the locker room before a game after game on the bus being able to communicate just that sense of being able to go out to arrest there on sit down and break bread and enjoy a great meal. Great bottle of wine have that type of dialogue. i think for sure that is missed. And you want to have all these great conversations and communications with different guys but we are being told to like stay a distance away or certain amount of people in anna seating area at a time. So i definitely think that takes a bit of a toll on on on the mental. Just decide like relationships in the togetherness for shore the season. You've had this year tobias and we went through the numbers earlier. the success. That game winner against the lakers recently. Which you know certainly was a regular season game. You beat them They're the defending champions. They're the standard right now. In the league there was a lot of talk coming into the season about the success. You had had with doc. In the season you ended up coming affiliate trae. You're having your best season. Is there anything to playing for him. How he's used you. That has impacted the success. You've had both within their in. La and now in this twenty game plus start to this year. Oh yeah for your offer start off by saying just rocks a coach that is always striving for more than the team to never get content to keep on pushing for the level we to go to and when he first came in there was a whole lot of chatter about all had your best year on doc. This isn't that Why did live. When i when i left. La i did go from one system. Who another system so to be able to be here in dock to implement his system with.
"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14
"Conversation is a system it's multi-layered it's multicomponent. Very, adaptable to too many different situations and we're all really really good at it. Were so good that we don't think about how complex it is but. What would we tend to do? We see sort of this outward? View of it, and then we think that that's the thing. But really there's a thing there's a system behind the thing that we should really be trying to build. that that enables what would enable want in and able so much more so like. You know once we unlock. The Gatien or loosely bounded context. We actually, we actually make so many more things available to developers. Then if we just have preference setting, which is one one aspect of context but it it just focusing on the introduces some real limitations. Right. Well, it's interesting you sharing your thought to. A couple of people commented. Well Tobias Goebel. For example, said more research isn't the answer because I think that would be one of the things we had no last from facebook and impede an from cognitive. They were talking about this idea that it's actually pretty hard to do these multi terms and to achieve what you're talking about, and then you've got to buy a saying Yes. Okay. Fine and he's done this for. Decades himself, but we don't need more research. We actually know how to do this. We just need to do the work right and yes and I say. Me You know pick apart. A couple of things one is depends on who's doing the research what research Is Doing I think a lot of people in the tech industry who need to do who need to do with literature review type research of what's known about human conversation and human interaction. There's. Immense. Amount of richness there and people who have done. Amazing. primary research. So we don't need to do primary research we need to do we need to learn from that research, which is a form of research in of itself. the second thing is. We've had so many different tools in so many different platforms for the early days of speech recognition before we got to. Syria lexcen Amazon a serious google assistant in in so. There's a lot of folks who. who say it's hard because they look at it and they think it would be hard for them. I know all the people you talk but the. Pointing them specifically it's just it's. It's the difference between it's a hard problem versus it's hard for me to do it. So if you want me to play a piano concerto. I'm going to say that's really hard for me to do because I can't even really do chopsticks. Keyboard means I know how the piano works, but I am not going to play a concerto for you. However playing concerto the ability provide giving someone the ability to play a concerto who can do it is is a solved problem. This sheets music. There's a piano someone has the training boom they can play it. So it's not. It's not the thing it's hard in in many of these cases. Is that people who haven't done it look at it and perceive that it's hard and so. Is it something you talk people who have done it. Lash in Peter People. have been down this road before in one form or another well I. If you I don't know when you last looked at it, but I responded to lash and said, yes, you know he he shared a paper from Microsoft's co-authored and I looked at it and I. Yes. If if you're limiting yourself to to the approach that we should be able to recognize. Everything that's involved in a conversational interaction by analyzing the text then yes, it's really hard. Why? Because that's A. Sliver I shouldn't say a sliver it's a piece of the data. It's one. Yeah well, we need conversational data so we have text level. Any. There's some faults there too. 'cause we ignore word order most of the time and stuff like that but but we need. We also need to like where there weren't words or where there were things that are just there conversational aids like arms and earns and well drying dragged out words or pregnant pauses things like that like that's all data to and it's really really important because we're getting those are signals for for different things you know on our in our our floor holders like don't don't interrupt me yet I'm thinking about what I'm going to say next but I'm making a noise so that you know that I'm doing it. And it's and that's being applied today not just some of the systems we talked about. But
"tobias" Discussed on The Good Problem
"Through my writing I mean in a very fortunate and privileged position that I'm a full time academic with a long term contract and using that position to to write critically. About various organizations without being worried about funding being comfortable. The wrong people feeling attacked. That's hopefully one of my small contributions mainly expressed through my blog eight normalcy. And the other way that I'm really trying to use digital communications is to. Amplify. With whatever small Digital Voice I. Have as a positive examples of doing good and I think that's that's particularly with my weekly block review I tried to kind of review interesting articles that I have come across throughout the week and really try to highlight the great word from small organizations journalists from the global south of blog posts that otherwise may even receive fewer hits and just sort. Of highlight good writing critical writing and engaging with it and hopefully contribute to discussions that then eventually would also lead to organizations communicating a little better using their knowledge more critically in baby small ways excellent I have to say if anybody is interested in unpacking a lot of these issues that we talk about on the cost, those lists that Tobias puts together on a graph. excellent and I highly recommend you going check them out subscribe because this really great stuff in there Tobias your work focuses on communication for development and through eight mcgruff e e You highlight both good and bad examples of this. Can you talk us through what exactly communication for development means and why it's important occasion for development means a lot of different things for a lot of different people and I think it's essentially disciplined that that never really managed to become a discipline and I know some some of my colleagues will probably get a big each year right now because they don't really like to hear this but I think communication for development is primarily in fundamentally based upon. Participant toy development discourse we have been seeing emerging. Since the seventies since the eighties everything from Paulo fairy..
"tobias" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Can I or Kissel piece written and performed by Tobias Jordan in memory of friend? Thank you so much tobias for this lovely talk which really was inspiring again. We had planned that into you a little bit earlier already but unfortunately you those those really terrible weather situations in this part of England Tobias lives. We had to postpone talk twice. But I'm glad stir things have returned at least on that level a little bit to normal for him and that we were now finally able to speak into into you. Okay came friends and listeners. That story end of today's show right. But you know that I don't let you go before I have told you what you are going to hear in the next episode. Okay there we go in episode nineteen. I I'm going to talk to our special guest. I believe to American Science Fiction Author Comic Book Writer and Expert on Tori. Tomorrow Rachel polack. She's a highly regarded writer and terro specialist very deep inspired by Kabul approach and by classical approach. Tomorrow I don't tell you more about her book. Seventy eight degrees of wisdom that has been described by Tarot readers and teachers around the world as Bible of Tarot reader. So all of you who are thorough fans. You really should listen to this interview. And those of you who are not yet so much into well you also should listen because you'll probably become fan great Well yeah the task being it today and next week next show will be coming to you on Sunday may tenth. Today we are talking with by a certain about Crowley's India and that means I can only tell you now take care. Stay tuned A.
"tobias" Discussed on Bookworm
"I'm Michael Silver This is bookworm and I'm talking with Tobias Wolff about his book this boy's life it's the thirtieth anniversary you know. The book was covered on the show when bookworm began in fact. I think the Tobias Wolff was the first rider I was unfamiliar with who I read and gone. Lost an admiration for and we've spoken about ancient every book. Since you can look it up on the bookworm archive you're now teaching at Stanford. I am just retired after okay. I taught there off by taught there for a a fellow in the writing program. There in the mid seventies taught there for a couple of years after that came back in ninety seven and taught until This is the first full year that I haven't taught. Has that freed uterit- yes it it. I mean I love teaching. I wonder kept doing it for so long. I didn't have to and yet I was drawn to it. I I love light. I'm like you. I love talking about books. I mean it's it's lifeblood for me. It isn't enough just to read a book. You have to talk about a book and and you have to reread it. Yes your number of years and when I would teach courses in the novel or the Short Story I know. Some colleagues of mine were very confident in their recall and whatnot put. I always reread everything. I was going to teach in every time at elevated my love for it. If there was an effect from the teaching that probably was not something I'd ever anticipated but turned out to be Somewhat disabling almost is a hyper self-consciousness of language and form You lose a certain to fall from innocence in a way you really you talk about this stuff you think about it. You're looking at sentences all the time and you become so demanding of your own. So conscious of your own that can have almost paralyzing effect. Well I've noticed. This is my opinion of course but next to Raymond. Carver you seem to be the most meticulous and careful writer of your generation and the amount of time that we have to wait between books. I think bears testament to that ongoing care. I don't think you let anything go easily It's true it's probably a little pathological. Actually I just hope that what comes out of the time is I mean you never say. Something's worth that. Who knows but at least that I feel good about it when I release it to the world that this is something I feel proud of. I felt when I read the last on full balk. Our story begins which was a collection of new and selected stories. That the amount of pride you could take about the endurance of these stories. These are stories that were built to last. I mean that's a very impressive thing. And it doesn't matter how many pages they occupy. What matters is the endurance? And when I read some of these stories the carefulness with which matters of ethics particularly guilt and innocence are reconsidered is very impressive in a time without ethics and now you I hear are working on something new. Yes yes it's Newest probably at this point Not Not the word I would use. I have been working on this book. to novel for some years now and Some might think too many years but how Well one who ten years ten years since our story begins came out with many false starts and new start. the But it is now in its final stages and I hope to let my publishers have it in the spring and it's It's a novel told by a High School English teacher in a Catholic high school as I want was But set in more contemporary times and he has rather dire reason to contemplate his mortality at this moment than his history. When old school came out. I believe we did a public event together at the Los Angeles Times Book Festival and someone raised his hand and said. I'm very sorry that there are no longer all boys schools. And you said don't be ridiculous and he said you mean you're not you don't miss that and not at all you said. I don't care for that world at all that masculine world in which we don't know how to talk to a girl how to talk to a woman. This man was extremely disgruntled. But I worked at a look on your face. You were so proud of yourself for being able to be insistent that there was something wrong in the way of thinking through education that that prep school all boys school thing implied and one of the things that I very much like about Tobias Wolff my guess writing is that he will not revealing where he stands. He knows where he stands. The books are written by someone. Who's done the story so many times that you know by now that you're telling it right whether it's good whether expand that's another question you know that you're telling it the right way because you've given it every chance to attack you actually now the your venture that. I remember that day it was it was fascinating to me. Because everyone puts on such sham shows of politeness. You Know Search. Ingratiating you know Oh yes. Every question is worth answering. And there's no such thing as a stupid question and we all know that that's not true or rarely true and you were so good that day as you are today. Thank you so much for coming back to see me again. On the thirtieth anniversary of this boy's life. What a pleasure Michael. Thank you. I've Catholic of anybody. I would rather talk about books. You were one of the very few that I truly enjoy. And most of the others gone You know we're irving at the end of an age and so you know among the people who were with you in those early years. Norman mailer and Susan Santa Gorda Daw not to mention many more extraordinary riders of time. Right carver Andre debut and abuse. Yeah no we we lived. I was reading your colleagues. They were your colleagues and you were so lucky to be among them. I was and something of you. Go goes with them. hull go to back to Elliot again. Remember dark dark they all go into the DR C. They go and we go with them. Thank you very much. That's beautiful. I'll never forget it. We go with them for sure. I'm Michael Silver Blunt. This is bookworm. I've been talking to to bias. Wolf on the thirtieth.
"tobias" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Up everyone. Hey welcome back to the hustle and flow chart podcast. It's a lovely de is a lovely day in studio. <hes> we're actually spent the day before yesterday actually in studio. I feel like that's our life these days. We'll talk about that in a different episode all right today. We're not talking about being in studios. We're actually talking to a digital nomad who loves to travel the world but this guy's got his business automated to it t- he travels the world armed with the guitar tarling laptop. It's yeah like again but it's guitar no it doesn't it could be like desperado guitar that that's a gun on that looks like a guitar case movie though maybe until bias is secretly desperado all right tobias auchere. I might have butchered your name. I'm sorry but tobias is on the show with us today. In this guy is like no no kidding at all like one of the best guitarist i think i've ever heard and and if you just go check out i think on the show notes page will probably gonna embiid one of his videos just peek over there occasion yeah it's at the very least will link over to his youtube channel ago ago so he's going to walk through and he's created like a whole frigging beast of a youtube channel over thirty five million views probably more more at this point <hes> and around four hundred thousand subscribers on youtube in just social followings galore so we break down a ton of youtube strategies have how how he got to that point yeah we kind of dive deep and really kind of pick apart his youtube strategies. He's got one thing that he calls the youtube satellite strategy which i've literally never never heard anybody ever talk about before and i even through around some ideas and mike how to hack that strategy but we'll get to that later hacker bring comes out a hacker brain income's out but he's got this really cool youtube strategy. That's works well and he's managed to duplicate it for for other products and he uses you to drive traffic to its courses and we dive deep deep into how his courses designed tools he uses for his course so this is kind of like a mix of blended episode between like youtube strategy and like kind of course building strategy <music> guess with a little bit of digital nomad lifestyle talk sprinkled in i._t. That's a very accurate yeah. It's a good synopsis of what you're about to hear. Yeah usually love it it. What can they do if they want another synopsis of what they're about well. The best synopsis of.
"tobias" Discussed on How I Built This
"So back in august of twenty eighteen and you might remember this. Kylie jenner made the cover of forbes. The issue was dedicated to female billionaires and kylie jenner made her fortune from cosmetics has medics empire called kylie cosmetics now. When i started to read the article i was struck by a few things in particular things that just weren't possible even five years ago for starters. Kylie's billion dollar company employs seven full time people. All of the products are manufactured factured and packaged by eight private-label cosmetics producer in oxnard california kylie's p._r. And marketing team is her iphone from what she can reach a one hundred and forty million instagram followers and this is the thing that really blew me away all the sales and fulfilment this is handled entirely entirely by a software platform called shop affi- sherifi does all the stuff behind the scenes to make e-commerce work when you click add to cart heart or by you make sure the transaction will happen seamlessly if you bought something online outside of amazon or ebay. There's a pretty good chance you bought it from a store store powered by shopping by it is now used by more than eight hundred thousand ecommerce companies around the world now within two years online align sales will account for thirteen percent of all retail transactions in the u._s. So you can imagine this big business last year alone. Shop chapa five processed more than forty billion dollars in sales for its customers. The company went public in two thousand fifteen and shop is market cap is now just asked below general motors ford and yet unless you're intact or have an online shop. There's a chance you have never heard of shop by which which in a way it's the personality of the company's co founder and ceo toby. Luca toby is a blow key guy. He's the kinda guy who literally wrote his used bike to pitch meetings and even as recently as five years ago at time shop. If i had already raised well over a hundred million dollars in venture capital funding toby was still living in a spare room at his in-laws house to save money but before all that toby grew up in koblenz lands in germany as a kid. It was pretty clear to his parents. That toby was bright but he also struggled with learning. I mean darkness falls learning disabilities and it was hard for me to perform well in the tests and so on and <hes>. I don't think i ended up getting affoil diagnosis of it but now it was pretty clear cut way of a._d._h._d. I i grew up <hes> dyslexic. <hes> so <hes> you know just reading was heart odd and it was <hes> it was always a big question about what executives going on but basically i was bored back then <hes> the way the curriculum in germany was taught it was is really basically. He's always solutions. You might find useful later in life with very little time spent talking about a particular problems at solutions could help you with and if i don't understand the problem i'm trying to solve. It's very hard for me to learn a solution to a problem and so that but at this particular book well for for me so after he finished tenth grade toby realized that school wasn't the right fit so he laughed and joined a german apprenticeship a program to learn how to become a software engineer and he ended up starting as an apprentice on a small team at a subsidiary of the german manufacturing giant siemens. I found this one team which seemed really fun sort of basement as run by this wonderful guy names jurgen starr whose <hes> fantastic engineer programmer and he would always come on is like b._m._w. Motorcycle to have long hair and he was was not being a suit like you're supposed to and so total rabble so good but no one could complain you know and i just i gravitated to him in his little group of rebels later brooklyn really interesting things they've often prototyping new things or customers and so on and so i wanted to be part of the group and so starting to sixteen or seventeen in year two of my apprenticeship i started getting paid to program day and as all at it and he loved it i i loved. It and i still love it. It's computer programs you can you can forget all time around you you can i can turn everything off. If i'm working on an interesting problem <hes> there's another part of your life which i'm curious how you got into which is snowboarding right. You are snowboarder. Did you grow up snowboarding. Did did you just come to know my. I mean my parents had a place in ob- speed often drove to five hour drive and skied yet. You know fast forward a little bit <hes> took some friends took this <hes> the -cation initially tried to coach the united states but then like mccain dollar so low that we decide hi to go to to cancun cat whistler. This is like two thousand visits around two thousand yep yep and <hes> so this was the first time i said okay. I'm i'm just gonna snowboard. I'm not gonna take skis. This latest spent all our time. That's really beneficial of the snowboarding and also on that same trip met my no. This is feeling and how did you meet her. Just th there. That's it you meet her on the ski trip and what you say. I'm going back to germany but i think there's something here yeah. Exactly i mean we stayed in contact afterwards and you know what i'm done with my bachelor's degree. Why don't you just come to germany. Her parents thought she was nuts. You meet this guy skiing and you're gonna go move to truth. I'm perpetually impressed by parents to obey vow the most wonderful. People says she comes to germany. <hes> you are working programming for them. Yeah before baba's the little startup and what did she do. During the year she ended up getting a job editing academic writing <hes> yeah we live together for ten months and she said okay well. I need to go back and start my master's program in ottawa and she asked me if i wanna come in that yes because you could take what you know oh and do it anywhere yeah. The reason why event is because i grew up on american media everything quin averred came from united states states a always sort of figured that's where i want to end up like to move and when your life and you figure out what canada's america for european and <hes> yeah so so two thousand two you move to canada you're twenty two. You're like whatever let me try this. What was the job that you did there so i i was working still the before the startup like remotely bebbase doomed to failure because the twits switzerland vandross lag as no contact right yeah it was an attempt at writing and different browser okay but it sort of i basically ran out the clock. It was everyone vinoo wasn't gonna do anything it. People are starting to leave. You're talking like off often dot com crash well. That's i'm wondering i mean you're twenty two twenty three. This point was any part of you nervous like i'm in canada. I'm living with this woman like. I don't really know what i'm going to do with my life. Like were you feeling any anxiety to just like get something stable. I heard it was. I would be lying. It wasn't <hes> i i knew had they valuable skills. I could always do more of a thing i was doing recently or was doing for siemens. I was just hoping i kind of didn't have to in some way to work for a big company. Yeah why like book percents has been probably the most important things i've ever done in realized because it kind of taught me what i don't want <hes> it was in so many ways a strange company culture in about it felt exceptionally optionally mistrusting of everyone right like you know fairly strict dress codes which is basically the company saying. Hey don't trust.
"tobias" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"I big there. It's unprotected as wash and others have said that is one of the league's most coveted picks because by two thousand twenty one no one's really sure what's gonna be going on in Miami. Couldn't it being a very very high draft pick. So the also. It's looking bleak. Yeah. They don't have much room to improve much flexibility. So you look at that pick in two thousand twenty one's not too far off. It's unprotected. If that pay wins the lottery, they still get it the clippers do so they get it very attractive pick there. They also get a pick from the clippers a two thousand twenty first round pick. Now that is lottery protected basically it will be lottery protected than it would convey as two second round picks in two thousand twenty three two thousand twenty four if it doesn't end up going to them outside the lottery, so they get to for first round picks here. They are also getting a two thousand twenty one two thousand twenty three second round pick. And really the thing that will just saying and others are saying is that Tobias Harris was looking like he can get a maximum of a contract and free agency this summer, something that would have been very difficult for this trip clippers to offer. Given the fact that they want to be in the mix for Kevin Durant. Kobe Leonard all these big name for agents. Their goal is to is to acquire. Two stars this summer. And part of me wonders if this is kind of a backwards way of thinking, maybe, you know, if you have to buy Harris, at least you re signed him and have a centerpiece going forward if you miss on star free agents, but this is then being bowled. I think this is them being confident that they're going to get someone big in free agency this summer, and they don't need to buy as a backup plan or a safety net. And so yeah, I mean, this is them basically saying we're going all in on this off season. And and rebuilding our team. You know, they were team that was that was playing really well throughout this year. They were fighting for the playoffs. They're currently in the eighth seed in the eastern cocker. I'm sorry. The Western Conference they were only three and a half games back from the fourth seed so all year long. They've been a team that really has exceeded expectations and done a good job with this move though. I think you're seeing okay they're going to shift to being a lottery team and everything is going to become about getting two star players this summer in free agency. So that is their goal here. They I think they wanted to. Get back. Some pieces for Tobias Harris, if they were thinking this summer, we're gonna make other agency moves into buys is gonna walk for nothing. Then that's why you make move like this to get some kind of assets back in a deal. And I mean, you get a guy in Landry chevette who's a really good rookie that it'd play. He's a really good shooter playing really well in Philly would give an opportunity so the clippers are getting draft picks. They're going to be focusing on free agency this summer the Sixers there this summer. They're also going to be focused on free agency. Jimmy, Butler Tobias Harris are both unrestricted free agents and whoa JR. Says that they are planning and budgeting to re-sign and keep their big four initially whenever this was reported people were saying, oh, are they going to re-sign Harrah's instead of Butler Harish is going to be there as a rental, but no they are trying to budget to sign Harris and Butler alongside Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, and if that happens that core could be scary for years to come. I think they call them in each other. So well, this is gonna be a lot of fun in Philly. So right now, I would say there's a lot of excited about in Philly on the court in an in Los Angeles. There's a lot to be excited about going forward from a team building standpoint. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean for the clippers we have before the trade the Toronto we heard that one of his preferred destinations would have been the clippers quiet, Leonard. And then Anthony Davis also mentioned them as a potential landing spot that he would like to get traded to..
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bel Air obsession, we stop on it every time. Yeah. Of course, every time that it's on TV like, you you just have to you know, that's one my favorite. So you gotta stop everytime. Then I don't know if you know this but Tobias his former team Stanley Johnson Will Smith is the greatest actor of all time. If you had those conversations with them. I have not. But he I would say all time. But he's he's up there. I'm a Big Joe Washington fan. But you know, for sure Will Smith is definitely up there for me on my list. What's your favorite fresh prison? You know, I'll see one of my favorite ones is like the last up. So where oh, actually no not that I something. So it's a warm where the motion scene will and uncle fail where he's hugging on tough loss father. Yeah, that's my favorite one. 'cause that was like that was real, you know, even background of the scene, and we'll talk about it later on. I I was like that. Really? Did you cry Tobias Tobias Harris cry did you cry while watching that team? No, I didn't cry. I didn't cry. Stan go ahead. Hey tobias. You know, I've been telling Dan before you're one of the best read people in the NBA always had a good book. My wife just showed me something from your social media thing. The other day, you had a stack of books there that you were recommended the people what are you reading right now? Right now, I'm getting a book called the power of habit. And but that that's about is just pretty much have is that we make on a daily basis how triggered to make those habits. And and you know, like you said, I'm a big reader. I read a lot of different books start the season and even in the off season. But part of the reason why I'm a big reader. I've always China learning educate myself, even more on a daily basis of just things that I may not have learned about in school and things that are, you know, training in this world now too. So just being as blunt of cannon get involved different things to help better me as a person so not. So that of the best way to get that is reading books and knowledge is power. And I truly believe in that. And it's been books have been huge for me. So I always bring a book into the Rena a lot of people have been seeing that lady and being inspired by that. So I think that's awesome. That people are now going to go out pick up some books, and I was happy to share that list with with a lot of people social media that that really responded well to that. So it was cool. Blake Griffin saw. Steve bommer when he ran away from his extended hand the other day, right? I don't know. Probably I guess. Shocking. Comments from Tobias Harris put it on the ESPN scroll right now Tobias Harris rips Blake Griffin for snubbing a billionaire owner. Steve Balmer, quote, probably I guess probably. I guess thank you Tobias. We got the only thing we need from you and soften you up with books. Tobias. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it. Guys, donlevatar good work today that was a fun show. Stugatz. It was also intergalactic -ly stupid VC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. We're going to update the polls in a second. No, Stu gods today. He's vacationing he will be back next week, STAN Van Gundy and amino Hassen in with us at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter. But before we do that that story at Michigan state as if Michigan state hasn't botched enough things enough ways the idea that their president is resigning. Didn't they ought Michigan state already fired its previous president, right? So they fired the that the flames on that sexual assault. Story involving the the gymnastics physician that has ended up in you know, him now in jail for the rest of his life. Stan when you hear those comments by the new Michigan state president who is now out he's resigned and the the resignation has been accepted your thoughts. Go where well, he's a former governor of the state and the students protested win they hired him and the tone-deaf board of trustees at Michigan state went ahead with it anyway. And then he proved even more tone-deaf than the board..
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bel Air obsession, we stop on it every time. Yeah. Of course, every time that it's on TV like, you you just have to you know, that's one my favorite. So you gotta stop everytime. Then I don't know if you know this but Tobias his former team Stanley Johnson Will Smith is the greatest actor of all time. If you had those conversations with them. I have not. But he I would say all time. But he's he's up there. I'm a Big Joe Washington fan. But you know, for sure Will Smith is definitely up there for me on my list. What's your favorite fresh prison? You know, I'll see my favorite ones is like the last. So where well, actually, no not. So it's a warm where the motion scene will and uncle fail where he's hugging on tough loss father. Yeah, that's my favorite one. 'cause that was like that was real, you know, even background of the scene, and we'll talk about it later on. I I was like that. Really? Did you cry Tobias Tobias Harris cry did you cry while watching that team? No, I didn't cry. I didn't cry. Stan go ahead. Hey tobias. You know, I've been telling Dan before you're one of the best read people in the NBA always had a good book. My wife just showed me something from your social media thing. The other day, you had a stack of books there that you were recommended the people what are you reading right now? Right now, I'm reading the book called the power of habit. And but that that's about is just pretty much have is that we make on a daily basis how triggered to make those habits. And and you know, like you said, I'm a big reader. I read a lot of different books start the season and even in the off season. But part of the reason why I'm a big reader. I've always China learning educate myself, even more on a daily basis of just things that I may not have learned about in school and things that are, you know, training in this world now too. So just being as blunt of cannon get involved different things to help better me as a person so not. So that of the best way to get that is reading books and knowledge is power. And I truly believe in that. And it's been books have been huge for me. So I always bring a book into the Rena a lot of people have been seeing that lady and being inspired by that. So I think that's awesome. That people are now going to go out pick up some books, and I was happy to share that list with with a lot of people and social media that that really responded well to that. So it was cool. Blake Griffin saw. Steve bommer when he ran away from his extended hand the other day, right? I don't know. Probably I guess. Shocking. Comments from Tobias Harris put it on the ESPN scroll right now Tobias Harris rips Blake Griffin for snubbing a billionaire owner. Steve Balmer, quote, probably I guess probably. I guess thank you Tobias. We got the only thing we need from you and soften you up with books. We tobias. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it. Guys, donlevatar good work today that was a fun show. Stugatz. It was also intergalactic -ly stupid VC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. We're going to update the polls in a second. No, Stu gods today. He's vacationing he will be back next week, STAN Van Gundy and amino Hassen in with us at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter. But before we do that that story at Michigan state as if Michigan state hasn't botched enough things enough ways the idea that their president is resigning. Didn't they ought Michigan state already fired its previous president, right? So they fired the pre that the flames on that sexual assault. Story involving the the gymnastics physician that has ended up in you know, him now in jail for the rest of his life. Stan when you hear those comments by the new Michigan state president who is now out. He's resigned in the the resignation has been accepted your thoughts. Go where well, he's a former governor of the state and the students protested win they hired him and the tone-deaf board of trustees at Michigan state went ahead with anyway. And then he proved he's even more tone-deaf than the board..
"tobias" Discussed on The Full 48
"To this. The NBA season will be just how to three nights away. Were there folks and joining me to talk about the start of that season here in the clipper film room with a mood lighting and a couple of scuffed on the walls. Don't know if that might be the remnants of particularly dicey film session. Tobias, Harris clippers veteran forward joining me to chat a little bit about the clippers hopes for the coming season. This interesting stage that the clippers are at this is the first time in a long time that there is no more lob city de'andre Jordan. The last one out the door. This summer, of course, Blake Griffin goes out in the trade last season that brought Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley and others here. Chris Paul out a year ago. So a whole new era for the clippers and they're doing it in the shadow of, oh, yeah. Yeah, LeBron James who just landed down the hallway from them at Staples Center, so everyone sleeping on the clippers now they've been written off understandably, so this feels like a little bit more of anonymous of a team, but there's a lot of talent to you're actually and a lot of positive energy been around the team. The last few days these guys feel like they can make a Mark. Maybe they make the playoffs. Maybe they don't. I do believe this much. They're going to be tough night in night out. They've got guys like Avery Bradley, Pat Beverley who are going to bring it defensively. Lukamba mood say they've got scores like Tobias Harris and Danilo Gallinari. It's going to be a fun group and an important season for them because not only are they trying to reestablish an identity now in the wake of losing all the stars of the past era, but they've got to make a market a good impression on the free agent class of next summer because there are some big fish coming potentially in the twenty one thousand nine hundred agent class and the clippers wanna be in play for them. They need to have a strong season to become that destination. Tobias, Harris really thoughtful guy. He's had a fascinating career so far even just in terms of the number of times he's been traded Milwaukee, Orlando to Detroit before coming to the clippers. He's improved every step along the way. He is like your classic self made guy. He has built himself into one of the best three point shooters in the NBA after not being a three point shooter. He's got a fascinating background. His mentors include George Gervin the iceman. We talk about him quite a bit. Dale Ellis. One of the great three point shooters who helped him refine that three point shot. We talk about that. He's also Tobias Harris, a voracious reader. We get into a little bit about some of his recent books and the influences they have on him how that's translating to the court. We talk about his veganism. It's not it's not a fulltime vegan. He's got a part time vegan. I'll let him explain and a whole lot more. Just a really thoughtful guy, a really fun conversation. I think you're going to enjoy it before we get to that. Just want to make my weekly plug. To you. All appreciate everybody for listening and subscribing. And if you're not subscribing, please do so you can go to apple or wherever you get your podcast hit that subscribe button. If you've got a couple minutes in a few thoughts for me rate us, give us a comment. I am trolling the comments sometimes lurking in the comments to to see what you all think of the podcast. Appreciate all the feedback, both good and bad. Appreciate the the good more than the bad, but anything you got for me, lay it on me and who knows? Maybe we'll even shout you out in a future podcast. So tell your friends download subscribe, and.