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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Say they are the eternal mortal enemy of mankind. Others say they're so similar to us that we can befriend them like us. They're born and they die like us. They fall in love Mary have Children and like us, they hate and fight and destroy. But truth be told, there's nothing like us. They are powerful and ancient, and they exist right alongside us in their own dimensions, their own tribes in their own kingdoms. Millions of people throughout history and across continents have believed in these creatures hidden from our human eyes invisible but as real as the smokeless flames that they're created out of The jinn. My name is Robert Chowdhry, an attorney. New York Times Best selling author and producer and co host of the popular Criminal Justice podcast, undisclosed But I'm also someone who grew up in a culture rich with the legends and stories about the gin swapping gin stories like other kids swap ghost stories, both terrified and in all of them. And that's why I will be your guide into the world of the Hidden Jin, a new podcast, exploring the centuries of tales, tradition and belief about these supernatural beings. Created and written by me and executive produced by Aaron Monkey from the hit podcast Lower The Hidden Jin will take you on a journey into a world that few of us may be aware of, but one that has existed since the dawn of time. The hidden Jin once worshipped and always feared. Join me to find out why. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts,.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Lore

Lore

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Lore

"And that everyone should move out which they obediently did weeks later. The town burned to the ground when they returned in sixteen. Seventy six to rebuild and start over. Debbie griffin was already. They're living in a small hut on the edge of the old settlement as the townsfolk will return and settled in though. They found ample excuses to avoid her and speak ill about her. That's what people tend to do to outsiders. isn't it. we always have however wrong. It might be and it shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. Their list of reasons grew faster than their summer crops. They said she spent an unusual amount of time in the woods tending to herbs and berries and all sorts of items that might be considered the ingredients of some dark forbidden spell. She hunted much like the rest of the community there but she was said to be super naturally gifted at it then. There was the yarn. You see every now and then debbie griffin would show up in town with a large bag full of the most luxurious yarn which she would then use to trade for supplies. She needed but the people who held that yarn in their hand claimed that there was simply no way that a backwoods woman could possibly have made something so beautiful now without the help from the devil that is there are other stories of course a black cat was said to be seen around her cabin in the woods. There was a large goose that would make noise in flap. Its wings at people who pass to close and both of these creatures fell neatly under the puritan idea of a familiar. The supernatural creatures that took the form of animals and lived in the company of witches rumors and gossip. Have a way of adding up though. They seem small at first like pebbles tossed into a bucket given enough time. Those pebbles can add up and whoever might be carrying the bucket might get crushed beneath its weight so it wasn't long before all those stories about debbie griffin led to a horrible confrontation. Just who got crushed though is open for debates. The story tells us that the community showed up for church. One sunday morning to find that someone had broken in and stolen a golden communion cup from the sacramental chest. Deacon slater managed to conduct a quick cleanup before moving forward with the service as if nothing had happened. Well almost. He did find a moment to retool his sermon from whatever he had originally planned to a more pertinent topic. Bath that evening. A number of angry young men gathered at the home of deacon slater to talk about what had had happened and to voice their suspicions about who the culprit might be. The accusations were unanimous to the thief had to be debbie griffin armed with their belief and half a dozen rifles. The men left slater's home and went to setup. Watch at the church building in the middle of the night. One of the men watch from a safe distance as the tall thin figure of the town which strode up the road in mounted the steps to the front doors of the meeting house. She paused for a moment. And then at least according to the witnesses vanished in gentle puff of smoke and slipped through the keyhole into the church a moment later she was back this time with a communion plate shimmering in her hand the men gave chase but the woman was fast. It wasn't until they had all reached the local body of water known as three cornered pond when they caught up with her. One of the men took aim and fired and it said that the bullet cut a hole through debbie. Griffin's chest so wide that the other men could see the reflecting off the pond through it. And that's the legend anyway. She didn't fall over though. Not right away. Raising the golden plate her head debbie griffin was said to have jumped high into the air before landing head first in the dark waters of the pond and she never resurfaced. It's been nearly three hundred. Fifty years since debbie griffin took her final dive into the pond. They're outside of simsbury. But even though she never resurfaced. Her story has floated over the community ever since then. If the stories are true you can still catch a glimpse of her final deed every full moon. If you're brave enough they say you can wander out to the pond at night and stand on. Its sandy shore. Then as the moon rises high in the sky. Some of its lights might penetrate the dark waters. Glint off that gold communion plate still resting firmly out of reach from the local church and a constant reminder of the one who got away. This episode of lor was researched written and produced by me. Aaron monkey with music. By chad lawson. Laura is much more than just a podcast. There's a book series available in bookstores and online and two seasons of the television show on amazon prime video. Check them both out. If you want more lor in your life. I also make an executive producer. A whole bunch of other podcasts. all of which. I think you'd enjoy my production company grim and mild specializes in shows that. Sit at the intersection of dark. And the historical you can learn more about all of our shows and everything else going on over in one central place grim and mild dot com. And you can also follow this show on twitter facebook and instagram. Just search for lower podcast. All one word and then click that follow button when you do say hi. I like it when people say hi and as always thanks for listening..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:10 min | 9 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Cannot work relationship break up with her. Wow so he wanted to break up with his black golfer. Discuss i just wanna know. Why is this thing now because this was back in two thousand seven okay. Why don't we just let sleeping. Dogs that are bounty hunters. Li- like wise this story coming up now also in that call yes envy. He wanted his son to break up but his black girlfriend because they use the n. Word he uses the n. Word you know Like you know. I i guess he uses it the way. Some black people use the n. Word for in group usage as a term of endearment whatever but dog wanted his son to break up with his girlfriend because she may hear them use it. It could bring the empire now. Here's the thing what you do in the dog will always come to the light and if what you're doing dark okay cost you to lose something when the lights come on. That means you probably just need to stop. Whatever it is. You're doing when the lights are off. Okay simple why. We complicate things if something is wrong. It's wrong whether it's in the dark are in the light. And that's why the n. Word is so complicated. In such a source of contention is an offensive word. is it only offensive. When it comes from someone who's not black should be in rap songs and should be so entrenched in our coach. Is it lack of etiquette week. It out loud in mixed company. I don't know is an age old discussion. That will probably outlive us off. I do know that there is not a white man alive. Who had the path to use the word. Okay that i know. I do know. They're not a white man alive. Who should be using the word regardless of context but according to dog bounty hunter there are n word passes being handed out to white folks in these streets and he got one in the day in prison. Okay but according to him he was just busted for driving with a suspended suspended and word license. Okay listen to his explanation on why he chose the n. word listen. I have never been a racist. I'm thirty three and a half percent of patchy but because over fifteen years ago. I have an achilles heel because i used the wrong word. Why were you using that word so freely. Well i thought. I had a pass in the black tribe to use it kind of like the manila gave you the pass. The brothers would have brothers. I just you know gotten out of prison. Nineteen seventy nine after spending eighteen months in texas and it was probably three quarters from the black tribe so that was a word that we used back and forth as maybe a compliment my pass expired for using it but no one told me that does say a racist name doesn't qualify to make you a racist. I have more black friends in them with him. Who the black try. But who's the brothers. You gotta told me that. I have no. I am the buyer of black friends. Yes very true. I mean there's so much done pack. I mean once again. There's not a white man alive where the path used the n. Word in any context. You can choose to use it however which way you want but with all speech there is a price stop with the freedom of speech nonsense. There's no such thing. Nobody is stopping you from saying what you want to say but also nobody is going to be able to stop those consequences for the word that come out of your mouth either. That's what folks are really trying to avoid consequences for what they say because nobody is stopping you from saying anything. We just encourage folks like dog about hunter not to use the n. Word because there will be consequences and repercussions respect your job mr white man because you might be boxed in your mouth. Okay see the problem with white men like dog the bounty hunter. They didn't grow up around black women. People have pretty cool things in their forties and fifties like go back to college. Learn to skateboard okay. Maybe that one's not for everybody but saving for retirement is at acl. Retirement dot org. You can get on track with your retirement savings no matter your age. Just have a free three minute chat with the friendly digital retirement coach of oh and receive personalized tips to help boost your savings. Start chatting with vote today at ace your retirement dot org a message from aarp and the ad council dope out of the stories from the best insiders around the nfl. I'm your host rhett lewis and on the nfl inside report podcast. I'll go around the league so you can hear much more of the story. The nfl insider report. Podcast will offer thorough in-depth analysis in storytelling with a multitude of exclusive. Nfl insiders getting unmatched access. Nfl inside report will provide you with comprehensive coverage including game recaps the biggest news and in depth reports that take you beyond the headlines multiple times for week all on the nfl inside report podcast. Our exclusive nfl insiders get the opportunity to share the full extensive story. So you can stop wondering what's really going on. You'll know what's happening behind the scenes in the nfl the nfl inside report podcast debut. September eighth listened to nfl inside report on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Four decades this area has been a hotbed for paranormal sightings. This is strange. Place this part of the country. Where are you just doesn't feel strange. Things were having him back then and strange. Things are happening again. I think phone something. This other worldly corner of southeastern massachusetts bridgewater trying iheartradio grim mild presents. Bridgewater starring measham collins. Melissa ponchio and nathan fillion created by aaron monkey and written by lordship and listened to bridgewater. Now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. And learn more at grim and mild dot com slash bridgewater. Okay especially black women from the southbound from south carolina. You ain't getting too many warnings. Okay you're gonna get one minute out now and then there's gonna be consequences and repercussions in because of those consequences and repercussions you learn what you can and cannot say dogged about any hunted did not learn it okay. He may be learning now. But it's probably too late now to angelenos point. I need to know why eminem mrs bar. Okay m. helped to revitalize dr drake's music career no doubt eminem fifty cent g unit. That's what made fiftieth superstar. International superstar no doubt shady sign members of griselda early. Didn't really promote them. Which signed him nonetheless now. Got atlanta's own grip. I'm saying all that to say what everything is done. For hip hop culture. He don't got no damn pass to say the n word okay. Why do white people feel like. They can play with us like that. I got jewish friends. I got jewish business. Partners got jewish agents. I don't feel like. I can use any slurs towards them because my proximity to them. Why does dog the bounty hundred think because he had black friends the other right to say that word. And why would you want to how we call each other kings and queens and gods and goddesses. I don't see you in a rush to you. That kind of language in reference to black people. So i two n were moral of the story is there is no proximity argument when it comes to the n. word. I'm not even going back and forth when any white person about this. Just stop okay. This is an old lesson. play all right now. Dog was also accused of being homophobic. Would you like to hear what he had to say. Kevin frazier about that. This is good to.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Most of us have experienced a bad day. Now and then maybe a stretch of bad luck here or there or even a rare major setback the loss of a job. A car accident on the way to work. You know the drill but some people have experienced even worse blunders that alter their life forever or don't just cost the company money but cost everything and at the bottom of that deep. Well of failure is one particular story from a few decades ago. And it's sure to make you feel better about your own. Current circumstances when leon via tor and his son timmy went fishing on november. Twenty first of nineteen eighty day. Assume that everything would go well. Maybe they'd catch something or maybe they wouldn't but their lives would never really be in danger so they set out in their boat to see what could happen there. Fishing spot was a small freshwater lake about fifteen miles south of lafayette louisiana known as lake in your it wasn't massive maybe ten feet deep but it was a lovely location and it even had its own small island. Jefferson island where visitors can find the rip van winkle live oak gardens but it wasn't all beautiful from their seats in the boats. Leon and timmy could also see an oil rig. It turns out that in a search for more natural resources to take advantage of oil. Giant texaco had hired a local company to do a test drill right in the middle of the lake. So our intrepid fishermen steered away giving the oil rigs and distance in hopes that the fish would follow. But that's been something went wrong now. Typically an oil rig will drill down and tell their target is reached valuable precious oil and we can all imagine those little geysers of black liquids shooting up from the ground signaling success but at about twelve hundred feet the oil crew felt something different. It was as if the drill had broken free which might have signaled a bad day for them but it was about to get worse because not only did they not see the telltale geyser of oil that they were after the water around. The drill shaft began to move in fact it almost looked as if it were swirling and within a matter of minutes that swirling motion looked an awful lot like a bathtub that's had the drain plug pulled. Which is exactly what had happened. Because they're drill had cut through the lake bed a thousand feet of rock and then straight into an active saltmine that they didn't know was there in the moment the whole was formed. The entire lake decided that it wanted to go down at what happened. Next was something out of a michael bay disaster movie all two point. Five billion gallons of water in the lake surged into the whole creating a massive vortex. That pulled anything around it down with it. a tugboat. That was present at the oil rig was sucked down and disappeared and then one of the heavy duty barges in fact before it was all over all eleven barges that were present. Were gone and it wasn't just boats that were at risk. The water actually begin to a road and pull away. Chunks of the land around it at least sixty five acres of land were dissolved and pulled into the whole including much of the live oak gardens and as all of it drained downward the water level fell so low that something else happened you see. There's a canal that connects the lake to the gulf of mexico so that water could flow out into the ocean if needed but now that canal had begun to run north sending water from the gulf into the lake. The salt mine below its and in the process it created a massive one hundred fifty foot waterfall. The largest on record in louisiana thankfully all fifty five men working in the salt mine were able to evacuate and no one lost their lives that day and once the mind filled up the lake eventually returned to whatever the new normal was for it. Even our friends. The fishermen managed to survive writing their little boats all the way to the muddy bottom before being able to climb out and walked to safety. We've all had bad days. But when you consider a story like this where someone drilled a hole in the world and made an entire lake disappear. Well it's hard to feel like a total failure fun. Probably not but curious. You better believe it. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Aaron monkey in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you can learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Hello everybody and welcome back to another episode of the nerd soup. Podcast no cold opening today. Because i'm here with aaron monkey and i am bo. We're talking about a topic that we forgot to talk about yesterday when we recorded so. That's what we're here to do aaron. How's it going man. good man. Yeah well ashley called openers plug this and after well because we go right into the intro blends into the first story that we talked about this in the beginning then played a cold right. Yeah that's what i'm gonna do A good cold opening is it. Yeah it's about you in federal bowling. Yeah that was good stuff. Yeah we're going to talk about it quickly. The first topic we have here because it had to be the title of this of this podcast episode. The i look at the lord of the rings tv series and we also got premier date. September second twenty twenty two. I saw like I guess it was europe. A european outlet tweet. And you know how they do it opposite so i saw two nine twenty doll- february. Let's get it. Yeah they bobbed you. Yeah i hate him. what what. No don't hate them. Why did we hate us. Yeah okay. I hate your. We have to just flip. Everything just can't be normal..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"The beehive. This episode was made possible by best fiends. This year everyone's excited to jump into summer. Life's getting back to normal immoral resuming our usual activities except this summer. Everyone's bringing their fiends along with them. I mean they're best fiends. Because everyone's obsessed with this five star puzzle game download best fiends for free from the app store or google play and bring superfund brain challenging puzzles with you from the beach to the backyard barbecue. Taking best fiends on vacation is like getting twice as much relaxation. And no matter how much you play you'll never run out of best fiends goodness. There's always a new cute character to collect or another level to beat over five thousand challenging levels in all let best fiends keep. Your brain challenged all summer long and beyond get the ultimate summer accessory. Download the five star rated puzzle game best fiends on the app store and google play for free today. Friends without the are best beans. Can i confess something to you. It's something i'm embarrassed about. Even though it happened almost thirty years ago you see. Despite being an above average student in high school i nearly failed in one subject chemistry. Maybe i shouldn't feel so badly about that. I know a ton of people who have told me the same thing chemistry even the basic stuff is tricky and it takes a special mind to master the rules and systems inside it. As far as i'm concerned those who go on to study it in college let alone. Grad school are the closest thing to wizards to walk the earth. But there's no denying the power of chemistry right if it wasn't for smart people trying out new ideas. We wouldn't have superglue or penicillin or the tiny glowing rectangle. You're using to listen to this story right now. Chemistry has changed the world so while it's a tough subject for most students. Let's be grateful for those who excel at it. Students like stephanie. Stephanie was born in nineteen twenty three to parents who had immigrated to pittsburgh from poland and she discovered an early love of the natural world. This was thanks in part to her father who worked as a naturalist and even though he passed away when she was just ten that interest never went away in nineteen forty six. She graduated with a degree in chemistry from carnegie mellon university and then took a pause. Medical school was on her list of goals but she needed to earn the money to pay for it. I so she took a job as a chemist at dupont putting her bright mind and her new degree to work once settled there. She was put onto dupont's pioneer research laboratory team their mission defined a lightweight fibre. That was stronger than steel. You see at that point. Most automobile tires were made of rubber and reinforced with steel wire. It was effective but it added a lot of weight and dupont understood that chemistry might hold the answer now. Stephanie had no plans to stick around. Medical school was where she wanted to be but she was the sort of person who found chemistry fun. If you can believe that and soon enough a summer became a year and then to in nineteen fifty-nine. Her work won her a publication award from the american chemical society. She had demonstrated how to produce nylon rope inside a beaker of chemicals. Not earthshaking on. Its own but stephanie did it at room temperature. And maybe you're thinking to yourself wait. I've seen science teachers do this in school. And you'd be right but it was stephanie. Who taught them all how to do it. Stephanie would end up. Filing twenty eight patents over her four decades at dupont while building a legendary career as a chemist problem-solver and innovator not bad for a job. She never intended to keep just a way stop on her journey towards a medical degree that could have helped her save lives but thankfully one of her inventions made up for all of that in nineteen sixty four. The us was about to face a gasoline shortage and one way to help cars use less. Gas was to reduce their weight which brought tire project back to her desk. If they could find a lighter material to replace that steel wire inside them tires would become more efficient. now. I'm not going to go into the chemistry of her solution. You can listen to the first twenty seconds of this story for my reasons. Why plus the terminology is so complex. That would put my tongue into nuts. But in layman's terms. That get us into the ballpark. What stephanie did was recognized some potential in something that others would have considered a mistake. Most nylon fibers were made by heating the polymers. And then running. The clear solution through a spinner at a sort of hypodermic needle for polymer solutions. The results were stiff fibers. That broke fairly easily. But stephanie created a solution. That wasn't clear. In fact she later described it as sort of like buttermilk and when run through the spinner at this new recipe for lack of a better term produced a fiber that was five times stronger than steel after a brief stint inside tires. This new polymer found. Its way into more flexible items rope fabric for sales and even bicycle tires but it was one particular item of clothing that changed history. Stephanie kwalik might not have made it to medical school earned her degree and gone into practice. Saving lives in hospitals everywhere in america but she invented something that has kept a lot of people out of the hospital ever since the lightweight incredibly strong flexible and adaptable material. That we use today in bulletproof vests kevlar. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts. Or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Aaron monkey in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you can learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Upon which he had painted to black ovals and a long semi-circular curve a smiley face. Now it could be argued that the icon of a circle containing a smile is probably not even something a person can claim they invented most kids win scribbling out there. I stick figure cran drawings usually top those basic bodies with the smiley face and they do it instinctively. it's pure and simple and almost universal but harvey ball was the first to see its potential as morale-booster and maybe even the first to put those black lines on a yellow background and his insurance company clients was even more pleased with it. They had one hundred buttons made with the image on it and management past the buttons out to employees whenever they noticed someone was smiling while they worked and with that the floodgates burst wide because neither harvey nor his clients ever trademarked the image. Just about everyone. With an ounce of entrepreneurial spirit started to make and sell all manner of merchandise with the smiley face upon it posters. Check t-shirts check coffee. Mugs you bet and harvey. Oh he didn't mind. Honestly how ironic. Wooded of ben if the guy who invented the smiley face took the world to court over the use of such an iconic symbol no harvey just sort of rolled with it. He sold reproductions of his original painting. He did signings at conventions and even started a charity. A world smile foundation amazingly even the paycheck for that. Original design job was less than ideal and yet harvey never complained after all his client had promised to pay him for his time. And that's exactly what they did. Forty five dollars for ten minutes worth of work. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Aaron monkey in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you can learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time stay curious..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"We've all had a bad day. Some of us experienced days or even weeks that just feel darker and more hopeless as time goes by. It's normal man if that's you you're not alone however much you might feel like that right now. I can't guarantee when it will get better but it does. But what i can guarantee is that willem would have sympathised with you. Why well he was having a really bad time honestly by our modern standards he was pretty much a complete failure and however depressing might be. I want to tell you why willem was born in the early eighteen fifties. In what would one day become a large family. His father was a minister and over the years. More and more siblings were added to his daily life. Sometimes that pushes the oldest child to become a leader or at the very least dominant other times. It forces them to retreat from the chaos for willem. It was certainly the latter. His early years are a bit of a fog to historians but we do know that he hopped around for a bit from one school to another and then around the age of sixteen. He landed his first job. A family connection earned him a place inside a retail business of sorts. and for awhile. It seemed like maybe the work would stick. The job ended up giving him a much broader view of the world to in eighteen seventy three. He followed the work to london and then two years later it was paris. A willem wasn't in love with his job. He felt a calling that his father had and began to throw himself deeper and deeper into religious studies. So deepened fact that he was fired from the store in eighteen seventy six a few months later he settled into a place in holland and gave his religious pursuits. One hundred percent of his attention in fact his own sister would later describe him as daffy with piety. It seems young. Willem was a bit of an outsider. Although he couldn't care less about what others thought of him in eighteen seventy eight at the age of just twenty five. He left for a school. That would train him for evangelism certain that he had found his place in the world finally yet just three months later he failed out and there. He was a man who had been fired from his job and kicked out of school. It seems that poor young willem was really only good at one thing. Failing but his passion for religious work was a fire that couldn't be extinguished later on in eighteen seventy eighty packed up and headed to belgium with plans to work as a lay preacher. A minister without the proper training in a sense hoping his enthusiasm would make up for his lack of education. Now the place he headed to was a poor coal mining area life. There was rough for the people around him. And that filled his heart with compassion. He helped by them food and clothing and when there is an accident in one of the near my mind's shortly after he arrived willem was one of the first people there to help putting himself in danger to care for those who were hurt and it was that event that earned him the acceptance of the people around him. They'd seen his compassion for them in their darkest hour in so they decided his spiritual message was worth listening to. Despite his complete lack of training and the language barrier he became their shepherd. But even that wouldn't last long in july of eighteen seventy nine just a few months. After arriving in earning the trust of a community the regional religious authorities sent a representative to see how he was doing. What they found was a young man with barely a penny to his name. Dressed in rough clothing sewn from sackcloth and when this representative asked him where all his money had gone. Willem shyly admitted that he had spent it all on the miners around him furious. That willem hadn't followed the typical example of the church at the time that is to live well and stay clean from the filth around him. He was fired from his position. And with that. I think all those years of failure finally caught up with him here. He was just twenty six years old and it completes and total failure. It wasn't long after that. However when william saw something that inspired him it was an old miner straining under the weight of a sack full of coal and he felt a deep desire to capture that image so he pulled an old envelope out of his pocket and quickly sketched out the shape and form of the laboring man. It was the first step out of darkness and it also hearkens back to his days in retail working as a dealer of goods for his uncle. A dealer of art over the years to come willem would devote himself to his art with as much passion as he had his work as a preacher and in the process he carved his name into the pages of history as one of the greatest there ever was. of course you know his work but not his earliest stories. Because william was actually his middle name most people both then and now just called him. Vincent vincent van gogh. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Aaron monkey in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you can learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time stay curious..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Not of this world for my heart Radio and Aaron Monkeys scream in mild. This'd strange arrivals. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act. Number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. I'm Ashley to working with a fox celebrity profile with Lou Diamond Phillips, The actor director is now the author of a sci fi fantasy novel. The Tinderbox Soldier of Indira, which was a long time in the making their security here in the novel called Key Rossa, the 47th. And The reason that he is 40 47 is because almost 47 years old, he started this. I had a 58 now, and the original inspiration for the novel was a serious of drawings that my wife, Yvonne, Had done that were intended to be a sort of mangga animate treatment of Hans Christian Andersen's the tinderbox. It started as a screenplay. Then it turned into a novel, which Lou worked on in between his day job's kept acting and directing and wrote the novel sporadically. So over a 10 year period of time, finally came up with the first draft it sold last summer. His wife even illustrated the book. It was always designed to be a project that we had together something that brought together both of our talents. The tinderbox soldier of India. Is available now Ashley to Bork in Fox News. When weather and traffic are critical will keep you safe and get you where you need to be. Stay informed. All day every day on news talk 11, 30 W. A. S N and W. R N wht to Milwaukee and I heart radio station. Good evening. I'm Terry Bell..

"aaron monkey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Not of this world for my heart, Radio and Aaron Monkeys grim and mild. This's strange arrivals. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio ad. Number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one find your I heart radio everywhere. There are hundreds of ways to experience I heart radio at home and on the go beyond the iPhone and Android app and I heart radio dot com. Here's another way to connect I heart radio Amazon Fire TV Supports I Heart radio with the beautiful big screen display while you enjoy your favorite music, radio stations and broadcasts. Make sure you link your eye. Radio account and use voice controls for easy navigation between content on I Heart radio I heart radio on the big screen is easy to control from the remote or with voice controls, and it provides large cover art on the screen. And Khun Sync with your I Heart radio account for seamless listening between your devices. You're I heard radio music, radio stations and podcasts now on your big screen TV with Amazon Fire TV and the Fire Cube. Check it out for free. Now I heart radio anywhere. You want to listen. I heard radio is there Free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. Here's something pretty disturbing. I discovered while researching this podcast. This is what it actually says on the Los Angeles Police Department website site states that the adult missing Persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month. And 70% of those missing people are found or return voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime police. They're given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations at the bottom of the Web page. Gets more disturbing is the section titled What if they never returned? And here's the official police advice. In such situations. You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. It has a missing person's locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a love one of a missing person to have any faith that the police could properly investigated. What the LAPD is basically saying is If someone you love goes missing, don't overreact. They'll probably turn up unless they don't in which case you should get someone besides the police to look into it. All this is my life. Seeing if the police took missing persons cases is seriously as they do, say bank robberies wouldn't have had to do this podcast in the first place and end up chasing a violent criminal halfway around the country. I'm Neil Strauss..

"aaron monkey" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on KTRH

"With beings? Not of this world for my heart, Radio and Aaron Monkeys grim in mild. This's strange arrivals. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act. Number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one. What a great song. So we've been playing these, uh, my 1st 40 fives ever bought. I stumbled across a stash. Just love this song. When it first came out. When I first heard this side, I got to get to a record store. And I still have it. It was, um I'm not mistaken. It was in the picture that I was shot first thing this morning showing everybody will stash the 45. We've played now all three of those songs. Fox on the run Magic by pilot Fox on the run is from suite and then we did sky high by Jigsaw earlier this morning. I love that when you watch movies is an adult later in life, and they used these songs. In movies nowadays, that just puts a smile on your face, doesn't it? Hi. Quick little note here for our friends at the ace Hardware stores around town if they're the greater Houston next retailer Group, remember earlier today we're talking about things like micro life. Some of the more unusual things like Asia might Almost all.

US podcast downloads and audience per platform

podnews

03:05 min | 1 year ago

US podcast downloads and audience per platform

"We start with an exclusive today exclusive data from contract on total downloads an audience splint by platform for US podcast downloads. He shows that apple has sixty one percent of podcast downloads and spotify only nine percent. But when you look at total audience, it's a different story with apple being used by about a third of podcast listeners. But spotify by about a quarter, apple podcasts might still be bringing in the downloads but spotify appears a significant service in terms of increasing podcasting total audience. According to Lipson today is the last day to submit your podcast into Amazon music and audible. If you want to be there for the launch, you should be using your podcast hosts distribution option or if you don't have one of those in your podcast host, a new podcast host and be, you'll find a link in our show notes newsletter today. Last month, we reported that anchor was hosting pirated podcasts. Aaron Monkey is the latest high profile podcast to publicly criticize the platform after discovering pirated copy of his new podcast American shadows on anchor same art, same description he adds. Spanish language audio on demand platform. IDEX has launched subscription platform vokes plus it'll cost you eleven dollars ninety five a month content creators will be paid based on total plays and audience wanted to replace the subscription service from podcast network. Wondering will be free for year. If you've got a US American Express card, check out your American Express essentials care package email from yesterday a third of the adult population in Ireland of listened to podcasts recently, almost half doing. So since the pandemic hit according. To new data and another exclusive transcriber, an APP that offers unlimited transcripts released. Later today people can just hit record. It transcribes in real time for how long they want, and they can share the transcription everywhere says the APPS developer you get unlimited time for three dollars nine, hundred, nine, a month, and it podcast News Oprah. Winfrey has launched a podcast with Apple Oprah's book club is in a compliment to a feature on apple books and Apple TV, plus it's not exclusive to the Apple Platform. Upon cast, an oral history of the office is nearing its end. The finale is next week. It's spotify original, but it's available everywhere. The current episode features the final episode of the office including a surprise return of Steve Carell Brazil and polke are back together. Again, Brazil might Perry the former breakfast team at UK radio station. Talksport they've been reunited by PODCAST works for podcast supported by a sportswear retailer and the Lamar show is the debut podcasts from singer. Songwriter. Lamar. In conversation with living legends, entrepreneurs, creatives, and close friends,

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Not of this world for my heart, Radio and Aaron Monkeys grim and mild. This's strange arrivals. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act. Number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one eye. Hard radio. Here are the top steely dan songs that you've thumbed up number three. Rikki Don't lose that number is that Number two. Do it again. We'll crowd around, Jack. Number one reeling in the years. You really stowing away, you gather AT T hear more from stealing van and similar artists now search for steely ban on high hard radio. All your favorite music. All your favorite stations all free find your I heart radio everywhere. There are hundreds of ways to experience I heart radio at home and on the go beyond the iPhone and Android app and I heart radio dot com. Here's another way to connect I heart radio video TVs. I heard radio is coming into your living room on your physio TV chip your TV remote for the I Heart radio. But for one click access or visit the Physio Smart cast app store and make sure you log in with your I heart radio account. So all your favorites air there and ready for you instantly. All your music radio stations. Favorite podcasts available for you on the biggest screen in your home. I heart radio and busy. Oh, check it out for free Now I hurt radio anywhere You want to listen. I heard radio is there News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati Trump is still going to Kenosha. Even his local leaders say it's not the right time for a visit with the 2 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking. Now he's been asked by both the mayor and governor to.

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Lore Premium

Lore Premium

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Lore Premium

"Everyone in the neighborhood looked at him with a bit of caution. Maybe it was his odd behavior or the way he seemed to hide from everyone else as if social contact were his least favourite thing. Maybe. It was his single filthy outfit that he wore each day working in the backyard or the way his unkept beard made him look more than a little wild. Williams behavior was certainly odd that much was clear but it wasn't because he was hiding some nefarious crime or dark secrets. No, it was odd because he was obsessed and it all started with a wine cellar. You see back in the nineteen sixties William had decided that he could build his own by cutting through his basement wall and digging out the necessary space. But that's simple action of pressing his shovel into the dirt triggered something inside him and he just kept on digging for over Forty Years William kept his unusual hobby a secret from his neighbors digging, a series of tunnels that span multiple levels below his east. London home and extended well beyond his property line. What gave it all away was the cave-in. You see in two, thousand, six, the sidewalk in front of his house suddenly fell into the earth and when the city sent an inspector to check it out they discovered that Williams decades of digging was the cause almost overnight. The odd man who made his neighbors feel a bit on easy earned himself. A nickname stuck with him for the rest of his life. The MOMON of Hackney. It's a fascinating story with a powerful lesson at the end of the day we can't really claim to know the people around us most of the time that's just an accepted part of life but every now and then that mystery plants a seed that eventually grows into suspicion and fear it's one of our innate habits as human beings. If there's a gap in our knowledge will invent anything to fill it. But that's also the problem because while the vast majority of these whispers turn out to be nothing more than fiction. Every now, and then they are the shadow cast by something bigger than we could ever have. Some rumors it seems. Just might be true. I'm Aaron Monkey. And this. Is Lor..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work. Learn more at IBM, dot com slash Red Hat? One night in nineteen, sixty, one on the side of a dark highway, Betty and Barney Hill Kat lights in the sky two years later, the underwent hypnosis to try and recall what happened. Some took as fact. Others thought it was a fantasy, but what really happened. That's night in rural New Hampshire. Join me toby ball for the inaugural season of stranger rivals a CO production of iheartradio in grim, mild from Aaron Monkey. Listen to strange arrivals on iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to invention a production of iheartradio. Hey Welcome to invention. My name is Robert Lamp and I'm Joe, McCormack, and today we're going to be embarking on a sort of second part of our saga photographic history. We just did several parts talking about the camera obscure, and then the invention of photography, and now we're moving on to the motion picture and I wanted to start with a question that might be a stupid question, but it's something that I often think about when I go to the movies and. And it's that when you go to the movies you sit down to see a motion picture. The basic media that you're viewing is a succession of still images that are perceived by the brain is continuous visual motion and audio that accompanies it, and so that in itself is pretty neutral. Right like that that it could show you any number of sites and sounds, but what we came to view for some reason as the motion picture. The thing you go see in. In a theater most of the time these days is something like a visual, novel or visual Short Story. It's like a story shaped thing, and then you watch it for an hour and a half or two hours, and then it's over, and obviously there are lots of exceptions to this, and if you want to expand video, I mean God I mean there's a whole pool of different kinds of content out there, but the things we think of his movies are these. These stories and I wonder why that is well. I mean there's a lot to be said about just the the importance of storytelling in human culture something. We've talked about unstoppable. Your mind recently I think that's that's a major factor. Like what do we? What do we do with our art and Art Technology? While we do human things we, we tell stories for starters but it's interesting when you go back to the earliest days of the motion picture. I feel like you get a sense back then that it wasn't always necessarily GonNa be this way. No, because some of the examples we're going to discuss in this episode. You see the more the the scientific. Direction of motion picture. The weighted motion picture can be used to to unravel what is actually going on in the world to slow it down into to better understand it. Yeah, to either present kind of a non story based visual spectacle to just kind of show you a succession of things happening or to study yet to study the world and get a closer look at it maybe to see it in a kind of slow motion that you wouldn't have seen before so you're. You're wondering if there's perhaps like an alternate reality, where say documentary is? Is the primary when you saw and says hey, you want to over to our house and watch movie You just assume documentary, and if it's a fiction film, you're like Oh. It's not a documentary. How surprising or things that might be called like art films now I mean there are a million different ways you could show somebody, a succession of still images, simulating motion and accompanying sound, and it would not like you know there's an infinite variety of things you could do there. That wouldn't be a story that some somewhat simulates the structure of a novel. Yeah or I mean. Of course there are plenty of examples of things like say live sporting events also. Present. It the the medium of essentially the moving picture. Yeah, well, maybe then this just has more to do with with our categories like the things that we end up calling movies. because as you know as we mentioned a minute ago, there's a there's an whole Internet full of video content that you wouldn't call movies, but it's something right, yeah! but you know this this does get to the heart of what we're talking about here and what we've been talking about with the evolution of photographic technology how it how we see the the technology grow advance, then spread out, and and become not merely the technology of elite individuals, but the technology of the masses, and then how bad inevitably changes everything is well exactly no one of the things that we have been talking about in our history of photography here is how the invention of. Of photography was sort of part of a quest for ever increasing realism in imagery. Right that that was something that Louis Daguerre was concerned with. He wanted to create more and more realistic paintings I, working on his panoramas in the Diorama like taking the art of painting to to new heights of realism in simulating real scenes, and of course, the next step beyond that is directionally just transferring the light reflected off of things onto a permanent record, but of course as as we were talking about fixed images. Images or also sort of a simulation, because reality is never a fixed image, right we, we see a fixed image, and it kind of implies motion right? Yeah, there's this wonderful blurring the kind of takes place in our nation. Yeah, just I. Mean just think about the ways that people had to be put in the iron maiden in order to have their portrait taken in the earliest daguerreotypes. 'cause you had a exposure of several minutes, and you couldn't move your face so so, how natural is that a representation? Representation of person so the real way to get it reality even more to get even closer to the experience of just looking at the world would be to record continuous imagery. Yeah, this. There's a particular type of of video portrait. I think probably the the number of people probably seen it utilized in the film Baraka that came out many years ago. I haven't seen it. Oh, we should. It's a fabulous La. Beautiful Cinematography Just you know scenes of life and tradition and ritual. Around the world, but if these wonderful scenes where it's just an individual staring into the camera, and and you're just kind of. Blocking is with them, and it feels a very intimate. It's essentially a emotion portrait. That is interesting. I wonder why that didn't catch on once. We had photo and video technology as the new form of portrait. You had painted portraiture than you had photo portraiture video portraiture so up on the wall. There's GRANDPA. They're just on a continuous loop of about ten minutes of looking into the camera, but that's what they have in the Harry Potter world. Here? Do, not seem to really be any stationary photographs, all photographs or these motion portrait's so their head. Yeah, they they are ahead. We don't lack the technology is just. That doesn't seem to be what people want when they're in their portraiture. All right so you as we've been discussing some of the predecessors to the motion picture are are very much the photographic technologies we've discussed before, but but that some things are not cool, really directly related to that technology, and then we also really need to discuss some key phenomena that play into the experience of motion picture viewing right, these would be neurological and brain brain phenomenon, psychological phenomena, also, and one of these phenomena has historically been referred to. To though it's problematic concept, we can discuss a little bit as persistence of vision and other relevant phenomena that I think we'll have to mention or known as Beta motion in the five phenomenon, which we will collectively call apparent movement or apparent motion. Right so as we proceed, we'll look. Can I play catchup all that? Yeah, but Let's let's start with this idea of persistence of vision. Okay, so how do we think about motion? Pictures when? When when it's really good, we often don't think about it at all, do we? Oh, yeah I. Mean that's what they say is the the best director of film is the one who creates a film where you don't notice the direction like you're not picking out technical elements. I mean unless you're really looking for.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"With us on everything from city. Traffic to ocean. Plastic smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm DOT COM slash smart to learn more one night in one thousand nine hundred sixty one on the side of a dark highway betty and Barney hill cut lights in the sky. Two years later the underwent hypnosis to try and recall what happened some took it as fact others thought it was a fantasy but what really happened. That September night in rural New Hampshire. Join me toby. Ball for the inaugural season of stranger rivals co-production of iheartradio in grim from Aaron Monkey. Listen to strange arrivals on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome stuffed your mind. A production of iheartradio's has networks. Hey what can stuffed blow your mind. My name is Robert Land. And I'm Joe McCormick end in the grand tradition of the dark crystal highlander to the quickening. Two thousand one space odyssey boy. Do we have a movie episode for today? That's right We would previously wondered if we would get outside of the sixty seventies eighties and nineties for a movie episode. And now we have because this episode takes us to nineteen fifty nine This is a very nineteen fifties movie in multiple ways as a will actually kind of connect with our series on psychedelics. Though I'm not sure if that's why we ended up doing this so today we're GONNA be talking about William Castle's the Tingler. How do we arrive at the Tingler? What was this? This was your idea right Robert. Well yeah basically. We just did that. Big Series on psychedelic saw five episodes and I was thinking well. It's time to do a movie at the sewed again will let's. Let's do a psychedelic film. And so I was thinking. Maybe we'll do something like blue sunshine from nineteen seventy eight which we were both partial to or up. Yes one of the ugliest film The the does concern like LSD. Or I thought well you know. Maybe more. Like a modern Film like beyond the Black Rainbow. Which is another psychedelic. Film that I I really like But then I started poking around and I realized that the the earliest reference to LSD in a major motion picture is none other than nineteen fifty nine. The tingler really the earliest. I didn't know that. Yeah that's what I that's what I've read. Is that The references LSD IN. This film marked the first time it. Lsd was referencing a major motion picture. I mean it would make sense because as we know from our research on psychedelics there was legitimate. Lsd based therapy or LSD assisted therapy going on in the nineteen fifties. There was Lsd therapeutic research going on in the nineteen fifties It was it was kind of all over the place and actually in the nineteen fifties. It wasn't as controversial yet as it would become later and it was legal at this point. Two Yeah Yeah and so. They're probably would have been a lot of experience. In fact I remember reading a few accounts about people in Hollywood specifically saying that they benefited from. Lsd assisted therapy the movie stars in the nineteen fifties who had therapists in Beverly Hills. They gave him LSD and had them lie on the couch and talk through their problems and they were like. Wow this stuff is great. So it's Kinda surprising. Didn't end up in the movies earlier. Yeah really is but it's not surprising to me. Anyway that it ends up in a horror film in essentially a B picture Because because that's where you see a lot of the first strikes The first references to some sort of new idea new movement. New sometimes the new technology or some sort of news societal concept or fear. I think we should give you the listener. A direct sense of the flavor of the Tingler. So we do a little audio sample here Wyndham Castle. I feel obligated to warn you about next attraction. You will say this that. The picture.

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on Newt's World

"Thanks for listening to Newt's world and now a special sneak peak of my now. We'll shake down here chapter while the old man bent down tried but couldn't slip the envelope under his neighbor's door check. The Empty Hallway turned and began walking. Toward the floor's elevator well pulling a pistol from under his jacket. Press Call Button and took a deep breath. Tacoma's nurse Dan. He tightened his index finger on the hand. Guns trigger anticipating the opening doors sucked in another calming breath. No one was inside. Talked his handgun between his belt and watermelon belly stepped inside the building's lobby was empty. The Security Guard going home at ten PM. The CONDO board didn't believe in necessary to have him stay longer. There Roslyn. Virginia neighborhood was relatively crime-free. The man walked to a wall of mailboxes. Directly across in the elevator ran a finger along the tenants mailboxes stopping at the second box in the third column his neighbors he inserted the envelope into it from his jacket. He drew a second envelope which he dropped in the outgoing mail behind him. The sound of laughter a couple entering the building through its Douglas Tours. The man at the mailboxes noticed. The woman was younger. Giggling holding her male companions arm her loud chatter and wobbly walk suggested. She was drunk a Saturday night. Date perhaps a one night stand. The condo building was across the toll McGregor from the nation's capital and inexpensive uber ride from Popular Georgetown pickup bars. The approaching couple appeared harmless. Still the man returned to the elevator and push the call button hoping to board and depart before they reached the couple quicken their pace the old man reached inside his jacket resting his hand on his pistol. He noticed that she was wearing a gray wolf stocking cap and scarf he wore a Red Washington nationals baseball cap and the collar of his dark. Blue Coat was turned up difficult to see faces. The elevator doors open. The woman straightened lunge forward. Grab the old man's left arm at the same moment. Her male accomplice slipped in front of him a blade before the old man could draws handgun directly into his heart. One thrust one twist no time to cry out. Who would hear. The woman steadied him. Push the man's body forward he at the elevator floor hard face I. It's door. Shut deepen rural New Hampshire on the side of dark highway. The hills of witness alight in the sky a craft hovering above a field. They thought that was the end of their story. Two years later under hypnosis. David learned that there was more that night. So what had forgotten the strange case of Betty and Barney Hill? This season on strange arrivals co-production of iheartradio and grim mild from Aaron Monkey. Listen to strange arrivals on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. My name is empty. Xanthos host of dominion a morning show and on the move. I want to personally invite you to my new podcast. All My name is a show where I'll talk to artist community leaders and people like you together. We'll learn more about the triumphs and failures that empower my weekly guest. You can find my new show on the free iheartradio APP or wherever you. Listen to your podcast..

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"aaron monkey" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"aaron monkey" Discussed on podnews

"The number two podcast platform will be pre installed in new Samsung phones, it's been announced the Google podcast app isn't even pre installed on Google's own pixel phones for the player is Spotify was released a week ago in India. It's already has more than one million uses

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Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

podnews

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

"Aaron monkey the creator of law has posted his advice to anyone aiming for podcast success in two thousand nineteen in long Twitter, thread, our favorite, no ten minute. Random small talk mess before the real topic begins. Yes. To that. In an opinion piece. Juillet Atlantique Williams says that twenty nine nineteen should be a year where podcasting battles and east. Coast. Bias listen note, so launch something new and clever. Real time podcast listening the podcast episodes being listened via. Listen notes right now too clever thing there are over two thousand audiobooks on Spotify. Not that you'd know spooks, which we presume Spotify and books is an app, which attempts to find them all for you. You'll find it on Google play. And the apple app store. Imagine that your IRA glass is audio editor we've linked to some detailed mix notes of IRAs. Also, danielle. And Gert van de veteran. Explain how they earn money from podcasting in the latest pod products newsletter. It's in Dutch, and they have five different ways of which podcasting is successful for them podcast. Casto's megaphone has told its customers at the company now has a pass through agreement in place with Spotify which means that dynamic ads and metrics should work within megaphone as they do for other platforms and Spotify will no longer cash. Those podcasts simple cast is in the process of -taining AB certification. They joined vox nest and spreaker megaphone Lipson Omni studio and art nineteen and with blueberry and MPR already having achieved it that's over a quarter of a million dollars that the I has earned so far from certification. And the financial times has written and excited post about twenty eighteen in podcasting which silently languishes behind their pay wall. But one shouldn't underestimate the type of people who read the F T. Thank you today marks Surin hugger moolah. Who is our latest supporter. He writes and podcasts. About podcasts in Danish. You should be like Seren pod. News dot net slash support in podcast musician. Be Beeman is releasing his latest album as a podcast peace of mind is thick with timely, social commentary, and needs the type of unpacking the to deep dive podcast provides it'll be released on January the eighteenth Brisbane-based head over heels is just posted a new mini season for the holiday period task Cam. And audio company has a fortnightly podcast called task Cam talk back and tomorrow will launch a Facebook group for podcasters and Kabul in Afghanistan is the first place, you'd think of somebody mentioned rock music, but it had quite a thriving music scene. Once upon a time live in Kabul is a new four part miniseries with real rock and roll stories.

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