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Savanting the Idiot! A Podcast hosted by Soundsational Sence & Death Metal Douglas - former rhythm section of South Florida hard rock band Radar 'O Reilly. The group contained SNS on drums, backing vocals & DMD on bass, backing and occasional lead vocals. The band also featured "Righteous" Richard Kennedy on guitar and lead vocals. These two go through the realities of playing original music in South Florida, musical influences, favorite tunes, who gets songwriting credit, goof on old band-m ...
 
O'Reilly Media spreads the knowledge of innovators. At O’Reilly, a big part of our business is paying attention to what’s new and interesting in the world of technology. We have a pretty good record at having anticipated some of the big technology developments in recent history. For instance, we launched the first commercial Web site, GNN, in 1993; we organized the meeting at which the term “open source” was first adopted; we were early investors in Blogger, which helped launch the blogging ...
 
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STI Welcomes long time friend former fellow band mate and local artist/musician David De La Fe. AKA Freak. Freak kicks off the show displaying his in depth knowledge of the Star Trek universe. Even speaking in Klingon. As well as sharing his faith in the Vulcan way . David moves on to share his displeasure of the dual not mentioning George Carlin a…
 
Sence shoots the proverbial sh%t with his bro( Lex Loogie )AKA Alex. Lex starts out with some more then comfortable provocation. Sence immediately deflects & refocuses the subject matter to more relevant material. Lex gives a shout out to successful Florida acts. The brothers continue to reminisce on the good old days. Then out of no where decide t…
 
STI welcomes one of its behind the scenes producers Alex . AKA Lex Luguie . Soundsational Sence's brother. These two go more far back then dinosaurs & meteorites . When Alex said today is the day Ice T's "Body count is released I was so down ! We rode our bikes more then 3 miles as fast as we could to get "Body Count "! The same day of its release …
 
STI Welcomes Special guest Juan Montoya , Part 1 . Juan dives straight into current events . As DMD dispenses with the pleasantries to dive right into the music . DMD drags the lake of Juan's earliest KISS memories. Juan drops witty & relevant sax references in regards to DMD's short lived sax stint. Sense's throws in a reference of his own to the …
 
STI Welcomes Special guest Juan Montoya , Part 2.DMD wonders about how Torch . Juan's former band is fairing in the environment. of the pandemic. SNS wonders about Jaun's start into Art . The lock down has given him extra time to concentrate on Art as well as cooking . Juan discusses various projects he's been in . Sense makes an attempt to phycho …
 
Savanting the Idiot welcomes special guest drummer Joey "Wrecked" Maya (author of "The Drummer of Miami Beach" who performed w/ The Reactions, Battalion of Saints, Circus of Power, Teddy & the Frat Girls, etc.). Sense dives right in inquiring about Joey's nickname because all you within earshot know us here at STI central go gaga over that sort of …
 
STI welcomes Ralph Miguel formerly of the hard-rock power-pop sensation Gorman and Half Way Human. Will his current ensemble 100 Meter Scream and the newly revamped Damn Dirty Ape (aka the Gurnz) with STI's own DMD take over the world? Also present is James Kelly who drums in DDA and 100MS.Ralph and James are diverting their typical pandemic Friday…
 
The duo kick off the show with little self admiration and a look at progressive rock/metal . The discussion runs the gamut to band geek classes onwards to the mechanics of the ladies briskly moving their marvelous moneymakers at rawk performances. From bringing sexy back . To indulging in nerdy-town . While fully remaining stupefying about odd time…
 
This was originaly intended to be a test run of our new call in system for the show. The target ginny pig is SNS's brother Adam. The trio start out the discussion with a wine talk . That would make any true self respecting wine connoisseur cringe in utter disgust. Adam talks music in movies . DMD inavertantly ignites a rant that has apparently been…
 
Is there something in the air when Soundsational Sence and Death Metal Douglas start the show? DMD gets a whiff of reality at the bus stop on the way to "Savanting the Idiot" as a homeless littering pee-pants redneck surrounded by his own stanky skanky empty beer cans makes his acquaintance. "Do I smell" the freshly showered Dougles inquires. Is Te…
 
Soundsational Sence and Death Metal Douglas welcome their third guest Ray Sousa (John Denver Fight Club, Load, Good Life Cycle, Grasspatch, Son of Crusher, etc.) and kick things off with technical difficulties, miss-pronounced names (so professional these two), black-outs, brown-outs, and full on exploitation. So what does pro-wrestling have in com…
 
Death Metal Douglas & Soundsational Sense ramble on through a few topics starting with South Florida local magazines starting with Catherine Anderson from Gold Coast Live. Also mentioned are Sam Rosenthal of Alternative Rhythms/Project music label, Rag and Jam (which had a write-up of Sense's group Dusk to Dusk). Sense ponders whether or not there …
 
Representing with some badass threads our 2nd guest DBJ vocalist Jorge Emilio Ramos . Jorge gets razzed by DMD with "newguy" comments as Death Metal Douglas gets inebriated and misguidedly thinks he is going to de-throne Munch as the king of SFL bass.Soundsational Sence & Jeorge bond on family members and music as both moms luv them drums. Are the …
 
Death Metal Douglas is amused by horoscope parodies scribed by a would-be mystery woman in the Broward New Times while innocuously showboating and gloating on making the front cover of said publication. Turns out he knows the "music" writer who is some "guy" who slams The Mars Volta's stunning debut who gets a dress down of his own and rightly so. …
 
7.) "I learned it from watching you" DMD makes some corrections about Morbid Angel from podcast 5 so the S FL metal mafia does not hunt him down like a dog . As the duel segue into a double bass drum talking frenzy. Did The Circle Jerks invent thrash? Was Cactus the first band to really use double bass when Keith Moon the first to throw a TV set ou…
 
Sence & Doug Welcome their first guest to the show. Guitarist/Artist Gery Klappert.Gery goes way back with Alex Blue on drums/vocals with Azur while pondering the idea of starting a group from the ground up as ultimately preferable to joining someone else's band. Ensembles without bassists are debated as well and Gery's guitar centric mindset mined…
 
Soundsational and Death Metal describe their new intro and how it barely got off the ground due to an amplifier in pieces.Death Metal reminisces his own version of "the Reveloution Summmer" (technically the birth of Post-hardcore emo in Washington DC) with Bob Slade's "Off the Beaten Path", Spin magazine and how indie rock transformed his perceptio…
 
Headcave talk persists as Death Metal finds another band with the same name. Explains how selling tapes for six months before playing live built up a very large following. Is the drummer Tim and guitarist Larry of Primus too serious onstage? Why the fuck do they never smile when Les's lyrics go far beyond lowbrow? Les is phenominal on bass but is F…
 
The Rock Box makes it's aura known as Sense goes out on his own, brothu! Sense's father "you know I could come get you" Sense "you could come try and we'll see how this goes" Soundsational has an uphill battle keeping the place clean and finding work. Hones his chops with local rockers and gets blown away by Load as did most of South Florida in the…
 
Soundsational Sense lays the groundwork of what will be the best podcast in the land! With a little history and context. DMD talks possibly way too much about the saxophone for comfort. What is this? Dad get me a saxophone! Easter cards with rabbits playing sax? What a nerd?!! Sound S gets his freak on with marching band drumming and jazz band. Dea…
 
Sense pops and locks with Hip-hop early on and it's influence. A la Krush Groove, Run DMC and Fat Boys. What's not to love!! Things go downhill with Def Leppard talk and click-track drums ruin rock for a time. Hanoi Rocks and Guns N Roses get their NY Dolls and Aerosmith sleaze on to save rock. They in the process along with thrash and grunge kill …
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Peter Bailis, founder and CEO of Sisu, a startup that is using machine learning to improve operational analytics. Bailis is also an assistant professor of computer science at Stanford University, where he conducts research into data-intensive systems and where he is co-founder of the DAWN Lab.…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Arun Kejariwal of Facebook and Ira Cohen of Anodot (full disclosure: I’m an advisor to Anodot). This conversation stemmed from a recent online panel discussion we did, where we discussed time series data, and, specifically, anomaly detection and forecasting. Both Kejariwal (at Machine Zone, Twitter, an…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Michael Mahoney, a member of RISELab, the International Computer Science Institute, and the Department of Statistics at UC Berkeley. A physicist by training, Mahoney has been at the forefront of many important problems in large-scale data analysis. On the theoretical side, his works spans algorithmic a…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Kesha Williams, technical instructor at A Cloud Guru, a training company focused on cloud computing. As a full stack web developer, Williams became intrigued by machine learning and started teaching herself the ML tools on Amazon Web Services. Fast forward to today, Williams has built some well-regarde…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Alex Ratner, project lead for Stanford’s Snorkel open source project; Ratner also recently garnered a faculty position at the University of Washington and is currently working on a company supporting and extending the Snorkel project. Snorkel is a framework for building and managing training data. Base…
 
In this interview, Tim Craig and fellow Googler Gustavo Franco, a site reliability engineer (SRE), discuss the wide range of events that qualify as “incidents;” the need for a conscious, robust, and well-defined process for understanding them; the role of training; and how to get buy-in from management so you can spread incident response training t…
 
In this interview, Tim Craig and fellow Googler Gustavo Franco, a site reliability engineer (SRE), discuss the wide range of events that qualify as “incidents;” the need for a conscious, robust, and well-defined process for understanding them; the role of training; and how to get buy-in from management so you can spread incident response training t…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Cassie Kozyrkov, technical director and chief decision scientist at Google Cloud. She describes "decision intelligence" as an interdisciplinary field concerned with all aspects of decision-making, and which combines data science with the behavioral sciences. Most recently she has been focused on develo…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Roger Chen, co-founder and CEO of Computable Labs, a startup focused on building tools for the creation of data networks and data exchanges. Chen has also served as co-chair of O'Reilly's Artificial Intelligence Conference since its inception in 2016. This conversation took place the day after Chen and…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Nick Pentreath, principal engineer at IBM. Pentreath was an early and avid user of Apache Spark, and he subsequently became a Spark committer and PMC member. Most recently his focus has been on machine learning, particularly deep learning, and he is part of a group within IBM focused on building open s…
 
At Google’s 2019 Cloud Next conference, I sat down with Stephen Thorne, site reliability engineer on Google’s customer reliability engineering team and co-author of "The Site Reliability Workbook," to talk about how organizations, both large and small, can use SRE to reduce operational costs, improve reliability, and create productive cross-functio…
 
At Google’s 2019 Cloud Next conference, I sat down with Stephen Thorne, site reliability engineer on Google’s customer reliability engineering team and co-author of "The Site Reliability Workbook," to talk about how organizations, both large and small, can use SRE to reduce operational costs, improve reliability, and create productive cross-functio…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Dhruba Borthakur (co-founder and CTO) and Shruti Bhat (SVP of Marketing) of Rockset, a startup focused on building solutions for interactive data science and live applications. Borthakur was the founding engineer of HDFS and creator of RocksDB, while Bhat is an experienced product and marketing executi…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Jike Chong, chief data scientist at Acorns, a startup focused on building tools for micro-investing. Chong has extensive experience using analytics and machine learning in financial services, and he has experience building data science teams in the U.S. and in China.We had a great conversation spanning…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Jeff Jonas, CEO, founder and chief scientist of Senzing, a startup focused on making real-time entity resolution technologies broadly accessible. He was previously a fellow and chief scientist of context computing at IBM. Entity resolution (ER) refers to techniques and tools for identifying and linking…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Neelesh Salian, software engineer at Stitch Fix, a company that combines machine learning and human expertise to personalize shopping. As companies integrate machine learning into their products and systems, there are important foundational technologies that come into play. This shouldn’t come as a sho…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Avner Braverman, co-founder and CEO of Binaris, a startup that aims to bring serverless to web-scale and enterprise applications. This conversation took place shortly after the release of a seminal paper from UC Berkeley (“Cloud Programming Simplified: A Berkeley View on Serverless Computing”), and thi…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Forough Poursabzi-Sangdeh, a postdoctoral researcher at Microsoft Research New York City. Poursabzi works in the interdisciplinary area of interpretable and interactive machine learning. As models and algorithms become more widespread, many important considerations are becoming active research areas: f…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Kartik Hosanagar, professor of technology and digital business, and professor of marketing at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Hosanagar is also the author of a newly released book, "A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence," an interesting tour through the recent evolution of AI ap…
 
In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with P.W. Singer, strategist and senior fellow at the New America Foundation, and a contributing editor at Popular Science. He is co-author of an excellent new book, LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media, which explores how social media has changed war, politics, and business. The book is essential rea…
 
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