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Why is Podcast Index so important to podcasting?
"I've touched on it before. Of course we've touched on. Podcast insider but podcast index is kind of a Thing that adam. Curry the podfather dave jones developer and it. Gay the is known as a dude named ben Come up with Podcasting two point. Oh says let's preserve podcasting as a platform for free speech. And i've talked about free speech before but Podcast index is going to help do that in a couple of ways. Maybe couple of three ways. They have a secondary function that they're they're working on. But the main thing is they wanna have an alternative index for podcast apps out there Overcast and downcast. And you know all the myriad of android apps that are true podcast applications that use the rss feed that. You can subscribe to a podcast regardless of Whether it's in some sort of directory or not. You know like an apple podcasts. Do you have a hard time. Finding a podcast in less apple has approved it and put it in their directory. You can you know. What's nice about apple podcasts. As an app is yes. You can put in an rss feed but that's hard to do but most of these other apps. That are not apple. Podcasts google you know some of the non podcasts streaming apps like spotify app of android. I don't know a whole bunch of them that are music services that added podcasting and they don't work exactly the same as a true. Rss based podcast up but a lot of these third party ones. That aren't google or apple are using the apple. api to pull their directory. So you go in there and you search for a podcast and say You know Podcast addict per se. D- i don't know i think. They switched the index but at originally they were just apple. So if your podcast wasn't an apple your podcasts wasn't on the directory for say podcast addict. I i don't know for sure. Which one they're boeing. Or maybe they're doing both may they might be using. Apple's api an index api. Who knows. and i know this is a little bit on the geeky side but follow me here. So there's a catalogue of podcasts Apple seems to have like one point. Seven million shows something like that and as of right now Podcast index has one point. Three three five million podcasts. So not not the full catalog. That apple has but I think they have some in there. That are not on apple. Is some people. Do choose to not put their show on apple and that's okay apples. The big coon. But it's not the only one but but the thing is say apple decides that they don't like you for whatever reason for you know some sort of free speech thing or for maybe you know who knows what the reason is but it's their directory there commercial company. They you know they have. They have their editorial thing you know. And if you don't if you do something that they don't like then you are out of their directory and the problem was with that is is it takes you out of a whole bunch of other directories and that's that's the part that Podcast index is trying to help with you know give yet another option for app developers. You know blueberry also does that we have a podcast directory that is not directly tied to apple. So we have. I think a little bit more than apple does currently but you know there's an api there so some apps can pull the blueberry well. This podcast index is a free and open want That's what they're going for. And i think that's very important that it's not all up to one company. 'cause you know i keep going back to alex jones. Okay he you know the guy is a you know very controversial character will say regardless of your politics. He's he says stuff that other people don't like but the whole idea with free speeches. He's got the right to say it does long as he's not Advocating violence or something but just You know he's got the right to be wrong or right to be right. Who knows you know like i said. I'm not making editorial comment on what alex jones says but apple decided that he couldn't be on apple podcasts. Anymore so poof. He's off apple podcasts. The promise he was off of all this other stuff the beauty of it is he still has an rss feed and you can still subscribe to his podcast. Even on apple podcasts. The app well the podcast index wants to be a place where you know if you get docs tour of you get how you say it You know try to get cancelled by these big tech companies apple google stitcher. Whatever all these these places that they decide they don't like you and they take you out. You're still out there. And with podcast index. You may still be on some of these apps directories and what that's for. That's the goal. They've got a couple of other side goals. That are kind of cool. One is Creating a namespace in rss called podcast. And what that does is allows us to add things to the rss spec or add things to rss that app you app. Developers and podcasters can use One of the big ones that they come out with the locked tag and that's not been adopted by a lot of places yet but it's going to be at some point and what the lock tag does if if it's implemented. Is it locks your feed so that if say somebody wants to copy your show and so they import the rss feed into their Their system into another podcast hosts system And then you know they're newer. Podcast is now hosted and comes from another place and it may not be the real podcast. Just sorta prevents that or at least helps to you know he said if it gets wide adoption it'll be useful because you know kinda like the dns service for domain names you know. Nobody owns it. Sorta distributed that's what this namespace is going to be
Newsletter service Substack is the latest free podcast host
"Doesn't use free. Podcast hosts in town newsletter. Service sub stack is now allowing creators to host paid and free podcasts. There's no cost to host a free one. We've added some stack to our podcast hosts page and you audio at for children has removed podcasts. From its paid service. We can exclusively revealed today after podcast. Creators complained that being added there without consent. We look into it in more detail and ask. Can you help yourself to free podcasts. Your audio app caproni is a new podcast. Host from puerto rico. It's part of the parallel eighteen accelerator program happy twentieth birthday podcasting. Dave winer describes the birth of podcasting twenty years ago this month. A meeting with adam curry. In an unnamed hotel in midtown new york city tracks released their listing of top new podcast of twenty twenty based on average downloads per episode. Nice white. parents is the number one but ten shows from wondering and seven are from iheart. Radio thursdays the biggest day for podcast downloads. That's according to data released by the australian podcast rancor in the most popular podcast genre. Australia is repurpose radio shows. That's according to the ranko which is incomplete but among the participating. Publishers are all six major australian commercial. Radio companies might be the reason our podcast becoming the new medium of misinformation article from the guardian claims that was social networks at clamping down on dangerous content. Podcasting is giving it largely on moderated platform as of last week. Apple has a new requirement for privacy information for all apps on the app store. We had curious to know how that's going to work for. Podcast apps give it apps and always know listener. Data is going apple. Music is now available on google assistant speakers and other example of apple being comfortable for its services to be consumed on non apple hardware. We're wondering how that android app podcast app is coming along. I mean it must be in the works right. Spotify is to allow you to play your own music tracks on android. It already supports this on. Desktop youtube music allows us to store your own tracks in the cloud. Tom webster in his weekly newsletter asks us to respect. Our listeners appears at a new podcast network has launched in north texas focusing on each sports. It's time for some tech off the new podcast. Namespace is now in almost one hundred thousand feeds across seven different hosting platforms with two more hosting companies currently committing develop a time to implementing it jewish listeners. With just slow down for a minute. There's a new proposal for the podcast. Namespace chapters format to include an optional speed suggestion within a chapter away for podcast apps which allow faster playback speeds to slow down to normal speed during certain segments. Like intro out tro music so as not to make them sound rubbish antenna parts now integrates with podcast index. A search provider the proposed location. Tag in the podcast. Namespace has undergone significant revision over the past couple of weeks and now has here has broader consensus toward adoption. Who and benjamin wrote an article about how to record a podcast with multiple remote guests using linex willing to that today from australia at santan newsletter. John and i and the show are as of the end of the year. Not going to be on ear wolf anymore. We love your wolf. They have given us the figure that it would be an. It's like that's not going to happen. And so what makes sense. I think for everybody at this point is that we stay friends. But we don't stay no more up where we're gonna leave. You'll kevin bartlett. Senior produce an ill wolf announcing that. He and his podcast. Hollywood handbook will be leaving. It will in january a day later. The pro version will remain with stick. Share premium is. This racist is also to leave one of the hosts of happy face lauren. Bright per chaco has been signed by hollywood talent agency. See
Shure launches MV7 USB/XLR microphone
"Sure have launched the shore MVP seven microphone. It's two, hundred, forty, nine dollars and gets a glowing review in Forbes. It's gone excellent and USB outputs, and it has an APP to help control it, and it's based on the Shaw Sm Seven B., which was used by among others Michael Jackson Joe Rogan and Roman Mars. Is accusations by serious same earlier this year, the PODCAST APP Stitcher is to get a redesign Adam curry and John devora celebrated thirty years doing no agenda this week congratulations to them. We spotted a press release. Its title is pod booking. The Lincoln of podcasting has arrived who good. spotify executive stunned Gumar is quoted in a story behind the pay wall and business insider. He's quoted as saying the thing we're most excited about right now is finally getting to the point where we have so many consumers and so many creators on the same software stack. That hasn't really happened in audio before he says so we can solve problems that no other company can solve. He says. The athletic is partnering with Megaphone for podcast distribution and monetization. The athletic is a subscription based sports publisher in the. pogs up north of announced a new virtual event to help you grow and evolve your podcast. It's a pay. As you feel event kind of like some good podcast recommendations Sarah's podcasts. Newsletter is full of them and lots of animated gifts as well. Willing to that from my newsletter and our show notes today and thank you to resonate recordings for increasing the level of their support. An easier way to podcast they offer comprehensive podcast, editing service, and production platform. Support. US to produce dot net slash support. I. Didn't cost news in the children hop injure show today the first one on one interview from the infamous five fest organizer. Billy McFarland from his prison. He was given three months in solitary confinement for having a USB flash drive it turns out. How cool is this is a five minute podcast about what's cool perfect pay for a short commute from the bedroom to the kitchen. Anyway, they're going daily from today with episodes exploring different political ideas anytime to the election and indigenous people have lived in Australia thousands of years and formed a spiritual relationship with the land including the spirits on the other side. Indigenous Ghost stories is new from Australia's national indigenous television. Oh should probably take this opportunity to acknowledge that terbal jacker of people, the traditional owners of the land on which I am recording this right now,
iHeartMedia to buy podcast host Voxnest
"Guess who's got the hands on Vox Nest. Radio yes. iheartmedia is to acquire the company VOX. Next will provide dynamic ad serving for heart radio PODCASTS and analytics Fox next also spreaker the sixth largest podcast host with sixty one thousand shows and blog talk radio with a further eight thousand three hundred terms wants disclosed. IHEART currently hosts with megaphone but has hosted with Speaker in the past. podcast hosts captivate has unveiled amy their audio mastering an integration engine, which is now in private beater tool offers dynamic content insertion for all podcast on the platform and also include proprietary audio processing tool. I'm an adviser. The finalists have been announced for the two thousand and twenty discover pods awards. You have until November the sixth to vote for the winners. This podcast is in the best news podcast finalists, but rap against the daily up I pod Save America and today explained. So we're not holding our breath. Silicon Valley Code Wreck Audio Journalism claims article in Washington monthly arguing that we need government regulation to keep podcasting healthy Dewey James Panel is to leave the BBC next week a former Labor MP who's responsible for BBC sounds the corporations audio APP. He was publicly sidelined by the new director-general. Tim Davie moves to be president and vice chancellor at the University of Arts in London we must have been in a hurry to leave that job starts in March. Punch shape and Australia. And podcast publisher has got one of his shows into a new spotify daily wellness podcast playlist and launched three new shows. The founders of Gotham podcast studio failed their own community focused hosting company tandem podcasting launches with member profiles and alive member Chat Service, and spotify is music with shows seems to be impossible for some time to mullen context has to pointers to to projects. He's worked with a track by track with cranium and artists Atlantic, turning February and Sharon radios wash with Simon, Lebron, Casey Krassner now at episode twenty-seven. I didn't attack stuff this. Monday. There's been significant movements in the new podcast index podcast namespace. The locking transcript funding and chapters data is now all being returned in the API responses and a lot of supporters ready been announced support from fireside, for example, which support publishing of the locking funding and transcript tags. Hyper catch, which is an interactive podcast, APP unlike any other in supports the podcast chapters tag pod friends supports the funding tag. Now, it's in our feet to if you want to see how it works blueberry now has a tool to help you submit your podcast to the podcast index works for anybody you don't have to be hosted with them at an carry rights that we shouldn't forget the listeners asking. For testing tools and a reminder that Dave Jones and Adam Curry's podcasting two point. Oh podcast. He's not on apple or spotify we linked to it though today from our show notes and our newsletter cast apart is an open source podcast platform that now supports the mocking tag both the important publish the service also supports POKES RSS USER agents list to enhance analytics you can grab the source and download it today Is there a better way to attribute platforms and APPs than a US agent we have a proposal for an audio query string I. Say we it's mind. It's probably got a lot of house in it of link to its day feedback his welcome, and if you'd like to do a spotify show with music but use youtube instead then you can't do that with a playlist and it turns out that you can do quite a creditable version using the Youtube Java script, Api, properly mixing, and talking over the songs and Jingles and all that are willing to that today from our show notes and on newsletter to. And in Podcast News, the mother Jones podcast is hosting their first ever live podcast show tomorrow four o'clock New York time willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter, and our see national broadsheet newspaper in the Netherlands is concerned about the platforms of major tech companies that control the market. It's to move their shows like and are C. Dyke, their Daily News podcast into their own APP and our see audio from January. The first the website says certain and see podcasts will only be available to subscribers. Are. Coming down. Everywhere.
The RIAA shuts two podcasts down for music use
"I no. I don't have as many episodes. Him is I already put out. As long as folks are listening now. Keep doing it. You know that's WB walk from the old soul radio show podcast one of those folks that were listening. Was the US. Record Industry who has forced his show and another to close for hosting unauthorized recordings both the podcast to pay to be music radio shows both claim to music was used with the artist's permission David Oxford media lawyer blogs at the artist's permission essence normally enough saying it highlights the difficulty of clearing music for podcasts. Q Code podcast studio, and Network based in Los Angeles has raised six point four million dollars in funding round. The lead investor is sonars the smart speaker manufacturer Coupon Code has made eight scripted podcasts so far and has adapted nearly all their shows too TV or film. Yesterday we mentioned that Google assistant now has a setting for a podcast provider for your smart speaker and other services. Today an eagle eyed register has spotted that you can now Spicer Fai podcasts as your default podcast service. Try, and digital has published its latest podcast rancor for the US NPR is at number one total podcast downloads were up one point, eight percent and incomplete rancor emissions measures participating publishers only. Apple have sent an email to all podcast. In fact, they sent to differently formatted one, which is a bit weird. Anyway, they've highlighted the updates in fourteen podcast APP that we reported on last month, they pointed out some changes to the sports category which seems proprietary and outside of the RSS feed, and they've told you their holiday submission deadlines. The daily now averages four million downloads per weekday according to halt part insider a radio broadcaster in Australia Christian. Connell has criticized the radio industry for being snobbish and blinkered. And refusing to accept the PODCASTING is getting bigger and bigger and bigger. and. As a music has released its first exclusive podcast, the first one is by DJ Callard, a mogul superstar with suspiciously neat facial hair. And podcast news podcast insider highlights new RSS. Tags being worked on by Adam Curry's podcast index and vice news reports has launched from Vice News and iheartradio. APP One focuses on the NBA in wnba bubble and episode to looks at the pandemic in India and the rise of alternative medicine as cures.
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"Oh. They sat down with Brian. Barletta who spent time the ad tech and he's the one this launching the sound popular newsletter. And So we hear the term attribution awful lot these baseless crack that open and Brian says its ability to match an exposure of an advertisement to the ZYRTEC action like purchasing a product, the gain interaction with a potential customer on the digital side. They also capture cliques but some stuff they got something they got wrong in here. was they were talking about pixels. Oh the whole and Back the pixels for a moment companies like pod track and charbroil are using them. Where are the pixels inserted out I, check his not using Bechtel. The. Charter, was using pit bulls. If you're using a prefects you I'll like padres does it's added right before the L. where the podcast episode is. It means that when you device goes to play that episode or download it being spot. And sends the information they need. Then they redirect back to your device to get the episode no, no, no no they redirect the media file. At, its hosts to get the episode. That's how they know how many downloads have occurred. It has nothing to do with Pixel. He asked the question. Back to pixels from companies like poject can charge while using them where the pixels inserted hot track is not using pickle. Silly place that could be using. Those would be imbedding it who the Web and the web layer on our web page. So he gets been the whole pickle. Yeah. He get SEL BROCK HE GETS DOWN ROAD HE GETS THAT WRONG And a lot of this. The almost like the server side. Thing to the. Other white where They're using they're they're using Pixel tracking on website for attributions. Would you go to the website? You see the ad you click through it goes over you over the website or you go there just manually and you've been on the podcasters website then they see those to have map. But we do not. Electra. Activity on Apple. But what that requires. Is your host. To well two things can happen. It could be website. advertiser's website or if the host is allowing the sharing of Ip data raw ip. then. They can look at their IP requested the media file and they can look at the raw data going back to the advertiser's website to do attribution that way. I don't know if pod track is sharing Ip data with attribution sources. We don't do that and neither does Lipson. We've at both of our companies have adopted global GDP. Are we do not share raw data of download? because oftentimes that data's utilized for re targeting targeting. and. That is what? Process. was. Supposedly. Supposedly. The data only gets used by the person collecting. This is why mental? So let's say chargeable is attribution collector they are paid by the advertiser or paid by the podcast or some pays. To be able to get attribution tracking. In my understanding is, is that chargeable says? They don't allow that data to be used retargeting. They only send a report to the advertiser to see when there was a match was made now charitable does use a redirect. Which probably means that they are collecting download information in using that raw data to dude attribution matching. And supposedly. They're not. That data or allowing the advertisers, take that data for re targeting the IT. They talked. Excuse. Me Pop little bit about Rad. So it just you know. So this is what? Now it's what's going on here is this Guy Brian is trying to. E, as being very aggressive. and talking about certain things that partially has understanding on. That And I'm sure they're doing. He's you know again. But again as part of the sound profitable newsletter. That is part of pod news which. You know. We're getting into a situation where you've got someone reporting news and then someone trying to make policy part of the same group. What's going on there? Or? The by. Vice set up on my. If people WANNA see how? I find when? I my. My studio setup with my monitors. Camera and you see the light Dr and my. My boom arm. The I see a mackey. Mixer. Yup? I see no Max. Healthy Max yeah. Brew I don't have a MAC in here, but I do have. Both I do see an Amazon Battery a look the. The. Battery Right Here, the worse the Amazon basic batteries are the worst. So Robby, do you try to get me off this conversation? Though Happen to find the Curve by side because you showed all all all your stuff the. So anyway this is I think the same guy that's calling out rob and saying we need to do more about privacy though. Anyway. So this is put out on September twenty nine. and. So. In no one has ever been able to tell me. No one has been tell me how they deliver a pixel. Be An audio file. Yeah. Well, it's too horning banner practical into part. Which means that clicking raw ip data. Now. and. You know so that you know that data is very, very, very, very, very, very valuable. And I suppose you are baby into that on a whippy. Right. So, there was a question go ahead. It's only going to give you. Full of. Activity around go. Knock complete data.
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"Haberler welcome to the new media show Todd Cochran I, have all my senses today. Rob. Good. At least I think anybody means you don't have. A good. At least I think I have all my senses and I do have a large red bull today. Early in the morning, this is breakfast so. Breakfast of champions. Oracle absolutely horrible breakfast but. Anyway you know Wow. So ben forever since we were together. But I did have. So we don't forget I have three topics. We have the Adam Curry interview. We've got the PODCAST awards. We've got something an article that we've been Basically, you know every once in a while, someone drags us into a discussion. And I WANNA, make sure that we UH. Poverty, it's about AD tech. So wants to save that for later because we've talked about ad a lot. Both the Article Mitch thus I didn't see they didn't mention us but. You Know Rob Your your coworker. mentioned it. brought a controversial figure at all and And I posted on our tweet just I don't want to start the conversation now. But on new media show I, said I think you'll find it at Lipson and at Blueberry very pro listener privacy. Why has at News and at Edessa eleven been speaking out since like forever on, add Bek after bution etcetera to serious issue podcasting for Robert Potus, Alas Bash on privacy. So anyway that that was my tweet back that we talk a little bit later. Let's talk about the. Adam Curry interview what did you listen to it? Yeah I did. Get up listen to most of it earlier this morning so it was trying to. Get. figured. He'd probably thought that might be my I wanted to talk a little bit more but. It was The conversation was really what I thought would be I mean if he was talking about his open directory project. This about trying to preserve the integrity in the original intent of Why podcasting started to begin with right and now. An open medium. In to maintain that, he speaking of which tomorrow is my sixteenth anniversary. In podcasting. Breathless. So yeah. So we haven't been around very long but we've we've been around. We don't have any grey hair girl lost hair. So let's go back to that. He you know Adam is who man I tell you it's When you interview him, you have to, you really gotta be dialed in listening and. Thing is here's A. B.. Listen to Adam. A Lot. In, this specific. Copy we. Some people probably were going to get lost in conversations I was really trying to drag him back. As much as I could. And you know as much as you can control demonic conversation to try to control him in a conversation and keep the. Keep the the topic focus. So people would under because he goes right in deep. And most people who were there what the hell is he talking about they have no context. For So I kept trying to bring context back the. Conversation with him and you of all that conversation fine. But if someone that is new and podcasting. Listens to that conversation. They're gonNA say what the hell are they talking about? You know and I really really tried hard to bring him back bringing him back to. You know why is this important and why why is you know what you're doing is needed anything really my take away from this too is es thinking bigger. This is phase one is getting the index. I I've had responses already from the pod brand folks that built that new tool for friend off of his index directory, which is a Pwa. Did it reminds me here we are in two thousand, five of innovation again. And And maybe not innovation. This is a a a kind of a cool tool i. don't know maybe we'll show it on the website here in a minute but. I think that the. The. Takeaway from me was that we now have developer. Some developer excitement. In this, this is big. Because You and I like NBA Burlington mb you and I have. Pounded our heads against the wall wanting certain things. And Largely meet resistant. Or Yeah, we're GONNA do this. And nothing happened. So just like this pot brand guy said, thanks for the kind words about pod. Brennan, the Shell the Website had bug has been fixed also went pod presbyter further had developed. Let's make those three tags happened. So here's a guy. That understand and I replied back those three tags I talked about we. We don't need the APP developers to do. We just need them to start getting adopted by other podcast host and we can push this ahead with his agenda. was at Tom was post captain pag the. Transcript tag. And over time what the bill booze, they'll fully start to adopt those thugs and. Hopefully that'll. That'll push this forward but you know you look at the tags at Luby's had for years. and. One of the guys sent me private says, those are fantastic. How come they've never been adopted says because blueberry. With those tags on the marketplace and because everyone is so worried. About their sandboxes, no one else adopted him. So so we're we're GONNA, adopt them on my God. You know it's like fell over because this is the first time. Someone talked about even using those pack and I would be happy to convert those tag the podcasts index pags it whatever we're GONNA do. Because no one else is adopted a dog on. Thanks so. And for those of you understand pags tags just basically an extension of our assess the gives us made a data. Tells US something. Will you know thought I mean what we may be seeing here's beginnings of a more of A. More of a new technical organization. You know maybe the an I've been pushed for the. Data me but maybe it needs to live outside of by me and if Adam is willing to take that guard on. to be that that funnel or Or, that funnel entity that take these ideas and built into a new. Space back or something like that I. Think that may be a good path to go you know Adams fifty, six, I'm fifty six. I'm not in any time thinking about retiring. But some people..
Podcast listeners are listening longer
"Constantly, listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, twenty reports. It's their fourth annual study among the findings. spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, two percent say the Apple, the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, they tend to add it to their previous habits. So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. podcast analytics and attribution company. chargeable has raised two point two, five, million dollars in seed funding. The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. One point five, billion, we use that. So congratulations to Dave and Harish. Jack. Mates. Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. Show coincidence record for Mac. Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. They have Trivia and prize giveaways, congratulations, Todd and Mike, and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. They want your help to learn more about your production process. We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. Normally, it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. Today it is. It's aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. Curry. His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. And Asandra, dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. Italian. Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So slightly opaque, and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, we have more details and best practice. Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, incredible feats today, it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. Doo It was the caretaker. Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene,
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Bird sounds in the back back in the day. Oh. Yeah conference go with fuck put it on Mute Bitch. You could do this. You're in macy's I hear you. All that Shit I had that too. Remote work it seems done is done is done is done. So live where you work work where you live what happens to like the cultures created by big businesses all working together the whole changing Joe Rogan. Place man this is why. People that in view for us, you keep bringing all the crazy soccer shit on me. You have a huge responsibility you're. You're Texas now this is where legends aboard Joe Rogan but I mean, don't you think all of we're talking here whether it's a conspiracy or you or just the way things happen when systems conflict with each other and one gains control and the opposing forces move in and take more control. It's always been that. In. Two thousand six, I was living in London and I got an invitation from the Queen of England Damn Son, and it was she was relaunching the Royal website and I was invited to come and be a part of that and they picked me up in a car in Mercedes interestingly enough I was hoping it'd be. Roles but you know the front gate at Buckingham Palace took me right through the fucking front gate is opened up. Went in there. Was In this waiting room with about one hundred of the people and there was. Art Never Seen Rembrandt van Goghs I've never seen those before, and then the whole ceremony, the shake your hand. You know you go down the line Mr Adam Curry. And I looked at straighten. Yeah. Everyone's by. Let me look in there. What do I see and I saw another man? Yeah Lizard. But The fact is that if we still are willing to believe that we need this tradition of this old lady with funny hats living in some prime fucking ass real estate in the middle of London we got a lot of thinking to do well, we got a lot of firm. Damage we're here in Texas I don't know what you're talking about with. England. That's right. This is the People's Republic of Texas and IT IT stands on its low. Queens, they can go fuck themselves. No we're very, we're very welcoming people. This is where underestimated here in Texas we're good people. No I good. The Queen thing is ridiculous I'm sure she's great. Nicest Grew up in the she's the Queen I had. I had lunch with the King and Queen of the Netherlands, a year and a half ago. It's fucking ridiculous. It's outrageous. How just like how did you get here is were born in the right spot, right? Why do sane thinking people still want them involving they're putting their political everyday life because we're still kind of live in this caste system in system. Let me ask you this where we're at your person who understands. Blockchain and the idea bitcoin lot of what we're trying to do what people are trying to do with come. Yes. You ways to run the world I think is there a way of running a decentralized government? Is that possible is our problem that we look at government like you have to elect these people and they have ultimate control. Here's one of the more ridiculous ones with your bipartisan whether whether you're a staunch republican staunch Democrat please hold on for second. Why is it? Okay if you get elected president. Part people. Like is the law the law or is it not the law that you have fucking get out of jail free pass you ever get? A free pass. says. Millions of dollars did all kinds of crazy shit? Yeah. You just swoop. That's one of those. That's one of those. A couple of things you can do as a president including appointing Supreme Court justices this is kind of a core of of solidifying that that executive branch they needed some power. That's Weird Congress House representatives, they get the purse, they get the money. Sentence get ten. It gets to be just cigar smoking Douche bags or like fuck around all the time like whatever. But they they have they make it happen. These are the the back room cigar smoking deals, and then we have the executive branch who needs you know they need to have some power and their power because, of course, Supreme Court for us is like the Supreme Court said it man, that's the end of the fucking line we technically is not that's. Why we let the president appoints the supreme court and federal judge isn't that weird though the president has a four year term yeah. But they can they can appoint someone who's there for life only they all they're all appointed for life only if someone dies or leaves. So it's not every president gets this president trump got some major fucking break. Here he is. He got to maybe a third pre AB fourth depending you know and I wish no ill on anyone but. Rb Gino she's on the ropes seems she seems to be bulletproof. And like her she's she is I don't agree with a lot of decisions, but she is an American success story if you if you know her story about Ruth, Bader. GINSBURG. That's a very, very powerful woman who really. Is Impact he again. Jimmy Pause. Me The Ruth Bader GINSBURG story. Are we is this the first time you the Joe Rogan has two pit stops on the show I think. So that's probably first time. Right to within three hours shape..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"To just as you can get really married to a dumb idea, you get married to fuck your dumb ideas. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Joe shortstop calling it something labeling labeling someone to conspiracy theorist. Things on fire and throwing them into a the lobby of an apartment complex filled with people. This is a terrible uneffective message and it's not how we want people to behave well, when when it's not punished, it's a very bad message. Let's also a terrible call for escalation because if you kill with fire, they're gonNA come back with guns and kill you. Started awards bananas like the and if you feel like you haven't been represented this ways, you get the message out as frustrating as it may seem I do. Not for the Black Block and Antifa is completely suffered from black lives matter. Yes protests. And I don't and I don't agree with pulling down statues without debate or discussion, but the the black block, which is really whenever you see the helmet, the backpack, the blackouts, but that's probably not your average run of the mill protester avengers movie. Possibly in a way to to think that it's not possible as ridiculous. Elements who were and I think it's kind of now being admitted everywhere. Even Joe Biden is now because it's bad for him in the polling is come out and say, okay, these agitators yet fucked yeah they are and this is being downplayed not being shown to you because you need that and by the way when you have in in race riots have different levels so. You have the protestors protestors fine. Then get the agitators the agitators start to to to break shit. Then you get the guys with the umbrellas and they start to break windows showing you where the third wave, which is truly the poor poor poorest of society they come in to grab stuff. Why do they grabs up because they've seen everybody grabbing something for themselves they've seen it. All of the politicians they're not stupid. They see the politicians they've seen the Hollywood this in everybody's steel steel steel, the agitators, the people with Hammers and the umbrellas they say they go these people go in they get what they feel is theirs. That's part of their American dream at this point. So we have to recognize what's happening and then take it away from just black. Or white racial issues. This is people fucking with US fucking with us because of our history and it's triggering a lot of deep emotional shit and it's really evil to exploit that and I think we we we need to go to therapy. We need to go to therapy as a country. Do you think this is like a plan to fuck with us I believe so yes. It could be China, it could be just globalist could be Russia it doesn't matter it this. We do the same to other countries we're exporting to how many times we said we're bringing democracy to your Middle East come on man come on man I didn't Joe by and look the day'll come on man you lie ill. Pony soldier that's a great phrase though what on Face Pony soldier I never heard it before the guys he's a savage got that I. Have savage that that guys is a problem. It's really interesting. It's like if the world was a simulation, this'll be a fantastic moment where. You had decide. Like how preposterous are you going to let it get? I got this. We're sitting around that. We got the game under pro Jo Jody. I got this dude against this dude, imagine are in charge of a sleep. Dream Simulation Yeah and you're on the outside you Adam Curry fucking kitchen gloves. Yeah. The whole deal working all the cords. Okay, we got to bring this guy out. Let's let's. Let's do that. Let's let Thanksgiving more more posthumous to the point where he's willing to come out of this right programming and be awake again. But you've been in simulation this entire time. Yeah and who says that you and I right now, this conversation not part of the the manipulation of that exact simulation. That's what my concern is because I know personal hard if I wasn't. Me I would assume that someone's telling me what to do, but I'm telling you no one's telling me what to. That's the weirdest part Nada you have synchronicity and it happens it falls into place for you. Right? Maybe. I'm telling you. We can't. He can't commit crimes don't be your life in general every move seems to kind of fall into place for you. A lot of. Bad things. Better if a bad thing happens generally because I, I, did something. Wrong. I said the wrong thing or I I moved to the wrong direction and I had a recognize why moved all those things and you have a bad set like a bad sentence stand up or the best example I can only imagine how portfolio sometimes you come out with a new job as raw it just doesn't work right and you like you like I'm GonNa just. And maybe have one too many Jack Daniels in the back. Can you get a little quite didn't quite hand right? You feel like you're just GONNA get on stage and take over Adam Curry. But the the joke does not come out exactly how you wanted it to 'cause it's fresh and like jokes. Like a standup joke is sort of like a thing that. You have an intention, and then there's the result and people oftentimes they misconstrued the result with your intention like if you bomb like this motherfucker, hurt my feelings. Feel, bad terrible comedy the exact opposite of. Just The literal like artistic. Crashing on a surfboard where the edges is on. It should be offensive but somehow you laugh about SORTA. Yeah. But it's also it's like what your ideas are stand up a representative of what what you actually feel as a person like, can you make a controversial idea? I something palatable. Yeah. Can you make it palatable that seems to be what it is. So what you doing if we just take it back to. The simulation you're debugging your own program that is the definition of a I that you are artificial intelligence you this is to me. This is the big joke. We are the artificial intelligence and these guys are just like pretending that they got something. That's the way to look at it his my way to look at it I. Don't think we've been talking that long. No not at all talking about forty thousand years if that. Yeah I don't think it's been that long. I don't think we're that good mom my mom my mom died fifteen years ago. My mom used to tell me. You know how they camp with the with the name brush for Hairbrush I see now she go was a dude just fucking thing with Eddie went like this. Really No of course, that's what she said but obviously bullshit. Just, like yeah man that really made me realize that we really haven't been there that long. You know some fucking caveman just come up with the brush. We'll the human a little bit. This form of human is only been around for a little bit half a million years whatever the bass right. Yeah. WHAT'S THE THRESHOLD JAMIE? It's like an estimate I, think between two fifty and five, hundred, thousand years ago Homo sapiens emerged. Some somewhere. That's nothing. Nice. So little. Yeah. It's so little. I don't know if you remember but you were saying something with dunkin' that was you were talking about us actually being the spaceship. And that we are hurtling through the universe at amazing speed and all the things whip and by. And? I. Love that because you really. When you zoom out of reality and we're all given. Yeah. Around the earth is round or whatever you fucking flat doesn't matter still a thing in space with this round or flat is in space we're flying we're moving. We're doing stuff that realization. Or. Just thinking about that in general just people talking about mom and we're in space look at the sky with the stars. What does it mean? It's a coward's perspectives just look at the treetops. Yeah it really is. Yeah. There's there's something about is why marijuana is something like? Talking about that shit come on governor deaf. Abbott will get their Abbott I. Love You. Yeah. Well, we'll see. Don't get don't get too easy with your vote there Joe Rogan your. Your endorsement endorsements GonNa, mean a lot in the starts state I'm your friend I'm where my wife shirt this right you're appropriate listen it's not bad some money off this shit. Stop playing games not killing anybody listen if Texas is a place, we own a fucking tiger had been in. Texas, this is a fact is a one hundred percent facts. There's more tigers in captivity in Texas then all of the wild of the world is more tigers and dudes backyards I know. Yeah. But you can't have we'd. Really, are we really being responsible here? You'll learn you'll learn this code talk this. It's easier to own tiger a dog that's been labeled as dangerous. Estimated to be from two, thousand and five, thousand tigers..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Of like. Minimizing conflict as a priority and I don't think it's necessarily But minimizing conflict has to hurt each other. We don't. That's what I'm saying and there's something that. We we have to make an acknowledgement that we're all the same that we're on the same team and I don't think people feel like we all right now I think this is how the right field when you ban people even if they say ridiculous shit if it's ridiculous to you. And I get it. You feel it's ridiculous good. Why do you want to protect other people from something that you immediately recognized ridiculous and that's the moment we need to ask why am I responding to this? Why do I need? Why do I feel the need to say this? But it's also the deep concern that the people that are doing this are going to affect people and change their perspective and make people believe something that's not true. It'll change the course of history or okay. Well, that's just looking ridiculous. You GotTa stop that Shit it's not necessarily wrong though Craig no work with Hitler. No, but. But the real answer is not stopped at person. No really come up with a much better idea. Yes a better bottle you lazy Fox exactly convinced me with whatever you got you and there's a lot of that going on. But when we let ourselves be tied to some fucking digital overlords will always be disappointed. Brings us back to things that were deleted from facebook. Yes. Exactly. Go through that. There's many different systems out there. You should be able to do that. So easily, it should be somehow or another voted upon. Like if how about who cares how about how about just place that we go that everyone kind of pays for their little bit group in the this exists has been around for fifteen years, people will come. They'RE GONNA get tired of. This shit. If all the opposition voices are gone what are you GonNa do Blake? Told You Tomorrow Adam Curry? Communist. Fuck you know. This is. I'm right. I'm right about this I can see the writing on all. You have a very strong opinion about something where you might be jumping just. Yeah, exactly. Correct. I might be wrong. I might be full of Shit you have a good point ahead I'm jumping ahead I can see where it has to go Jack Dorsey and talking about decentralizing and perhaps federating different social networks he understands people need to cut that Dude some slack to Jack Dorsey is like we were so tribal God damaged. Conflicted because he. With his income his shareholders and board board members as he can't have conflict beyond certain realms which are determined by a certain group of ideas that just run certain shit he was A. All advertising we're fucking a-hole. You just pay a little I'd pay for your show I pay for your show, I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA pay for your show because I like your show is worth it to me. The only thing is if you would ask me how much I would pay much more than it's actually going to cost me spotify but that's that's up to you. My brother I love you I. Love You. When when when I see someone like Whether as Jack, Dorsey or even Zuckerberg anybody's put into a position that no human being has been responsible for possible. They've never been responsible for media empire set connect on count and couches, people and shame. Manas for expecting anything interesting or innovative out of that whole group including the Congress. Shame on us. We created the Shit we knew what's going on and we dictate what's going on but no. We're just following along who would ever thought that we we have so much power. It's fucking crazy. How many people are on facebook I'm not facebook ailing billion a couple. Couple of. Jamie who knows a billion with a B.? Okay. Seems normal to say well, give that Dude looks like an alien all the money then. seriously. Oh It's really sexy double that okay yeah. Cash kids. Yeah, respect. Incredible amount of money. Active users but two points, Joe just two, point six, billion, a month one, point seven, three a day. Oh. My and. Zoom Out Oh my God put that back up Oh my God. Oh. My that's insane. Holy Shit. That's close to. What a third of the humans? You know doesn't facebook go but takeaway Nordic folk. aided. In. A beautiful beautiful advertising machine and I give. A thousand percent credit. Dunkelberg his vision and whoever else is work with him it is such a beautiful mechanism for micro targeting. He has delivered on a lot of the promise that we were all looking at like you'll be able to get there and I'm being complicit in that. The right. Add to the right person just the right moment just when he scratches nuts wants the by the car will know it all when you give it to you and he has delivered largely on that promise. Unfortunately with age and wisdom, I've come to realize that was a very bad thing to want. A. Very fucking bad thing to watch the real concern that that gets connected to a I of course, and then it's already it's already happening and a is being skewed in so many interesting ways for all. If you if you typed in American inventor, you'd get all black inventors black colored skin. I don't know if roy also not. So that's that's an overcompensation of the algorithm for some reason. So these things are happening and all its. Thing I believe all you people are good. They WANNA do. They convince that they have to do this like you have to say I'm a racist to be good. Please think about what you're doing. Could you imagine if hell? Is. Reaching some connection between virtual reality artificial intelligence where they trick you. It. Trick you into living in a world with no pain. I can trick you into living in a world with no conflict. No advancement no improvement. What we are. We are right now for all of eternity but that's actually how. Are you there a slow trickle? Are you there joe? Now. Are you going to go there now? Okay. Here we can. We can do better but the idea that this is a slow trickle with his no risk ever. Yeah. I think you have to take risks I. Think it's a factor and. Yes and that is. You need. Some this is why many many very successful people where the business or academics. Royalty, they all develop a super specialty and the they can do some study. Algebra's some others will study economics and they become very successful because they need that challenge as all human beings we need a challenge, a real challenge in our life. Yeah now, to be our full self I, think we to I think I think we need to challenge also all other aspects of our life in terms of like what we believe in. And I think the problem is that if you believe one thing and I believe in opposing thing, we have to be violently opposed to each other. I think the problem is that people become to marry tour to their ideas and if we could just avoid that, but we just talked to people have looked at this example you and I. Do not. Are Not, on the same page and a lot of things. On the same page of no I, I think I'm much more. Will you know we joke around conspiracy theory whatever but I'm pretty serious about a lot of things. I said you respect me for them saying and even if you haven't figured it out or don't like it or whatever. It doesn't matter he's like, okay. Well, how do you registered it? One hundred percent don't disagree with you know you know what I'm saying but but but my thought, it's my all my thoughts on conspiracies it from ignorance. So of course, you say something like. Just. Of It but I, I'm not married to it. But in the past when I was younger, I would've been..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"But that doesn't that kind of show that it's out of control. Something has to happen what if While Shit is going on up there. It's just a little jessie. What's going on the world wants depressed it's like a big old twilight movie. got. Rained on Shit my buddy he used to be my system back MTV who was the VJ was VJ coordinator Ken. And he's he took this all I love Kenneth he took it hook line and sinker, and he hasn't he and his husband haven't seen another human being I four or five months. They've like nothing nothing came in nothing came out. All he knows that trump assent in to go and and create a problem downtown. Portland is a lack of real information for a lot of people. There's a lack of information and is just not saying one way or the other but. No. I'm seeing. President trump. Doing some very interesting shit and he's standing in the middle of things I've thought of a problem for a long time the media for sure he calls it fake news, the pharmaceutical industry lot of bullshit. He sitting right there going this is bullshit and while he's still making a lot of interesting thing happened that I don't think is good. He's also removed the. Pharmacy benefit managers so actually the prices will actually come down he's degrade deregulated insurance. You can do to cross state lines. These are all things I think are very, very good standing in the middle of the military industrial complex things the fucking military industrial complex they want war. I'm here to keep that shit down will sell our stuff. Those things I like a lot. The problem is his persona. Which is, what do you know these people very sick. You've been around very successful people a lot of them are illiterate. Can't even write a fucking email but they? Wealthy and successful. As you are excuse me, you are instead of your. That's an issue. Some really smart yeah? They send you an email. Lawrence. Credibly. Or there with E. I. So people the elites of the world, which is really I. Don't know. Yeah. Yeah they will tolerate a donald trump at their party because you've rich and he's important to them. But when it really comes down to it, he's not part of us. So that's the problem. This you've seen this right, but it's not just human nature. Yes. I'm not saying it's not but let's not do that with just recognize it and move on. Let's just recognize how that Adam Curry doing this podcast Joe Rogan. Are, the world we are the children we're GONNA. Make Shit happen. We can help yeah. I just by being men giving a male perspective doesn't matter which guests you you bring yourself and that's important. That's why why are people attracted to you? Why? Beside you being very handsome. Why? Somewhere. My Wife. Shirt. Yeah. Whatever Stolis you've got a beautiful family and ask. Our shirt on a good one which. Say Bitch. Tom Joking. Of course, you would. Do. I. Think. We're in a weird stage as human beings I really believe this and that we have this. This battles going on between people and all sorts of ideologies, and perspectives. and. Some of them are real valid like police shooting people they shouldn't shoot real valid, and then you see videos of them not shooting white people to maybe they should have shot. Like you see those things like what the fuck is going on. Especially, if that's all you see if you're if you're young black man, you see all see videos of cops shooting black eyes and not shooting white guys. If someone just shows you three or four of those in a row and you have a job and a family and you have time to be resurgent Chet, how do you know if that's representative of the whole world or not doesn't even even if it isn't representative isn't it offensive as a singular event in the history of people where someone gets shot escort because of what they look like we all agree with that of course, of course, the problem with that. More than anything has how it divides US and how we look at each other. We're supposed to look each other as the same we're supposed to just. And anything that takes off that line whether it's male female gay straight black white privilege non-privileged. We gotta let that go everybody has to stop. Themselves can't think about how you're thinking what is making you respond what is it about you or your personal histories making you respond in a very responsive Of, sometimes violent manner it doesn't matter who you are and we all have abuse. We have situations we have pain and it's being triggered every single day by very simple things that we can easily be triggered about because it's accepted. Yeah. But we ha- I have all kinds of of issues that you can say something to me and it'll trigger me I'm sure you have. Them to and only after you've been around for a while like you know now we're half a century. We've seen some shit go down. Do you realize? Oh Man. We should let these other people. These younger people know that you know you gotta look at yourself. Why are you being triggered like this? Well, we also have to realize we're in a biological mosh pit big time. A mosh pit. Yeah. It's not just in terms of our genes, but it's also our ideas. There's all this all all this battle going on just how I remember. I watched a documentary on the Congo once. And they they realized there's a BBC documentary was amazing. And they realized that certain spiders had formed packs. Have you ever seen that Oh my God. Kid deer would run into the spiderweb. What? We can like so much we can learn. So from looking at our environment around us, they figured out how to work together to work together impact. Yeah and I remember Mike this is all madness. It's all battle for the top of the heap but I think it's important to restate that. We're all in our individual webs were in you know in Instagram web and the twitter web. are other places where we spiders can come together with groups of other spiders and create our own web. Grows and it sure it be parlour maybe parlour bullshit maybe mastodon is bullshit but collectively it all mean, that's cool. This is the. Version of it, oh. This is the BBC Congo one where it's like a real musty. cobweb e looking Web, and they all work together and they Jack Birds and shit. Oh Yeah. Totally. I'm God's so we can do that too and we what is the Internet. It is a Web. It is a web of of servers and computers and phones and watches, and we can control a lot of it ourselves we can. But this is my thought Adam Curry and look at something like that I'm like that's just what goes down if you let it if you let groups overcome we. Actually, the differently. Oh no I see us as humanity being able to build a web collectively, and in that we catch all the fuckers that were done with who've kept us apart we can spiders don't give a fuck who they catch they catch birds, bro Tweety Bird. So maybe that isn't that socialism they all catch one bird and the eat it. So they. Eat each other eventually. Anyway, black widow anyway they kill the male. There's many ways to connect and organize through the Internet. It doesn't. It doesn't have to be stupid things that are APPs and bullshit. It just doesn't have to be that way and eventually someone's going to realize and it'll become cooler become the Internet of the Internet. And then people will want to go there. This is how it works. For sure. All I'm thinking is that. There's A. Is, some good stuff it is right..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"But I read Matt Taibbi response spot on Taibbi as a legend I pay my I pay for his content. I'll pay him forty dollars. I'll pay him four hundred dollars a month. That's a that guy is doing the work I. He's one of the most important journal. Reported on the Wall Street two, thousand eight, and he had the going learn all how all this intricate shit work. He's fucking great. He's a real representative of his honest opinions and that's a journalist. THAT'S THE PROBLEM A. Because we've we've gotten hooked into these systems whether it's right or left or whatever it is where your your your vested interest is in agreeing with whatever the people on your side. Thank and say it's this real dangerous for people. It's not how we operate. Problem and that is what we all used to see was the typical local news. You see your you know today show NBC they breaking with the local weather and the message what we saw in In Wisconsin is we saw a struggle we saw cops walk behind the guy. We saw the guy trying to get into his car the COP pulling aback shooting we saw that what is distilled down to the today show local level is unarmed black man shot by cops will getting into car. I don't care what happened. You can't present that as the facts that we've seen that's bullshit. So either don't do it or or show it or maybe just wait until we have some information because that is setting biased message and by the way Fox News Justice complicit on all sides of this who the fuck knows who's running that show it should be something along the lines of police shoot man. Thank you that would be a good starter but. Is it that we have this expectation for whether it's Reuters or CNN or whatever for them to be authoritative perfect perfect. Yeah. Perfect. Turns. Out. The problem isn't turns out. No this money involves and if they can say police shoot black man unarmed black man that's worth more money. Yeah. Yeah. That's a real. Yeah. Is that a consideration you think when they write headlines Yes completely I just read the other the shore Texas mandates vaccines for all school children I'm like. All right. Let me take a look. Blood of a blow. Of course Texas has a conscientious objections I give me a fucking break exactly naturopathic news dot com like no. That was that was like you know mainstream. Yeah mainstream bike you know an affiliate of Reuters or whatever yeah. That's the problem is sure like I. Know that everybody thinks that they're fighting the good fight I really do believe that. Of course we do. So it makes us so great. Think about people it's so easy for us to accept one ideology heiresses another where we just have to remember one thing would have been. This is the thing that's most shocking. There is. It's okay to disagree. It's okay to be angry with each other. We just looking at Jamie's at he was going to try Castro, look like. Five at the bachelor. Broke his ass. Responsible really really brokers out. Hover boards I almost broke my ass to Jamie was filming it. And Hover Board went left. He went right and he landed on his. On Your Hover boards. Plane. And I have to assume that. So caused it, but the actual like injured didn't come for like ten months after that. So really yeah, it was a fractured actual broken. I think I didn't get an extra, but there was a bone that was not where it was supposed to be that caused a litany of problems up and down the side of my body, a bone that wasn't where it was supposed to be a little bone in a part of your hip as like off or. Adjusted in a weird spot I if I feel it now it doesn't feel like it used to. Oh. Wow, I can hear. craziest thing about stuff chiropractic Shit right? It's like even though it has a wacky beginning with if the dude was accidentally right now I still here like. Weird crazy POPs in my neck. Hurts sometimes but I don't know if a chiropractor could fix it. You know what I'm saying like if you hear the story. Like. How who was the woman that wrote Chiropractors Bullshit? There's a there's a guy who is a producer, my show and he's like. Know, could I really want you to give this to Joe? He's all about Cairo chiropractic and apparently your against that don't believe in it or whatever is like. Like really like dude, I just want Joe to see it. This is one guy he could talk to and I, it's very interesting because I don't know anything about the controversy whatever it's just very interesting. Who wrote a Jamie. Yuccas that yeah, E. I knew I didn't WANNA fuck. On trauma she was a guest on the podcast and she researched car. Okay. I don't know this treaty by Dude who is a magnetic healer and he was killed by a son ran him over with a car took over the business. Okay. Started promoting the idea talk. Back to fix like leukemia. I don't know about. People's back. It was lunacy but I think what if? Maybe, they were onto somethin'. Accidentally, like it is possible. But that's like my applied kinesiology which you don't believe in what does that apply and I've been going to don't believe in it because we talked about it after the show my mind. Okay. Well, and by the way when you call two days after the show that was. That was a thrill. Who Shit fucking Brogan just called me. You texted you called me you called me. Really bothers me a thrill like, no, that was like be no because I I remember everything connected with you as he did a good connection I liked it. I really do appreciate you being the your patient zero. You really are this guy who started this whole thing a hundred percent. There's no one else who deserves the credit it's you. And you're you're also an interesting guy because you've always had an analytical view of anything whether whatever problems are technological political, you look at it. And when I listen your podcasts. Mike like this guy is thinking about what what's going on here is this happening is that happening? You're not committed to any one no. Cleanly grooved path no like you I have a lot of people who I'm connected to in particular because of the show you are connected to some of the most amazing minds that are out there and you suck that up it's crazy. You suck it up. It's true. You memorized up at the same thing you memorize stuff. Okay. That's interesting and you can that. But ultimately, I, don't. Think either of US really come from any like I really want it to be like this or that it's just pure luck. Yeah. Yeah. Pure locked in what the fuck is this for this is a crazy crazy time we are so connected there's so much so many impulses. So many signals so much happened mayor Portland get out of that fucking apartment building they know where you're sleeping bro. Thousand other people sleep in that building a good chance. All of that ends November fourth good chance of a lot of things end member. September yeah. They're GONNA light that guy's place on fire..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"We don't know what the fuck they're doing. They're going to try and control all of us one way or the other. Yes. But the Internet, we pretty much have. We got free rein jubilee. Don't now we got so much. We have a lot but there's also a lot of censorship immediate. You don't need any of that. You possess Mastodon you've got your own network social you know. Let's be realistic when it comes down to it Joe for sure. But there's a lot of people that had prominent voices that are silenced. Yeah, right. But they're they're not very prominent in a much smaller circle. I'm a prominent in a circle. It got bigger once I visited you and I hope that years got bigger as well and the two can be completely. Unaware of each other and crossovers happen and and the network starts to grow. It's a whole new way of communicating. No, I understand that and I. Know, you appreciate it happening before that you're you're, but there's people that just get banned forever from some social media platforms. Not. Some other ones that's my point. Yeah but in this environment, shouldn't we take into account if you're gonNA ban someone if you're GONNA say listen. There's a rational expectation that a person should be able to say your beliefs are not in the line with there's they're gonNA kick you off this business that they own as long as the. But blankets to be youtube and you got thirty one million subscribers and how many hours five hundred dollars a minute five, hundred, hundred dollars a minute. Yeah it's it's such a pipeline like you can't tell me really monitoring this thing correctly Saas no of course not that's why we everything has to be distributed has brought I. Think there should be much more stringent rules on whether or not you can ban someone. Oh I. So don't give a flying fuck about what facebook or youtube or Google. It's so unimportant in the vast scale of what we can do. That, and I agree and cut in the individual the person who has a youtube channel who is earned this position and and got screwed and got screwed. That's not fair. No, it's not not rational that they can just do it. They don't have to go through a lengthy court proceeding they could just remove your income a couple of things I believe on the commercial platforms that we're talking about. In this case, the problem is the business model advertisers don't like controversy advertising has gone down drastically since the word corona virus or Covid nineteen blocks because they didn't want controversy. So that's the reason why these networks they I don't think they. Yes. There's people who ban. Conservative specifically. But that's because of the. elite messaging system, the mainstream media also the pharmaceutical industry for a lot of finance is this message. So that's what advertisers want look with the pussies that the NBA are in nyquil Kowtow to everybody Oh. Yes I said it look at how they kowtow and what they will and will not allow So that's all money based very capitalistic by the way. That's totally cool but. Now. We go to. The way you and I were raised what? Your fifty, fifty, two, fifty, three. Now I'm fifty, six tomorrow basically halfway dead. I. Want to be one I got I'm GonNa Be Ninety, eight. That's my. That's my target ninety eight. Yeah. Why not number? I well, my grand my grandparents both to ninety eight, my paternal grandparents. The reason why I brought up cabin is that I think that I had a couple podcasts with him and people have had like weird conversations. I've said, this is one of the things that are. The guys mostly fun. Yeah. Mostly Fun and like anybody that does wild shit. You can get lost in the woods and if you get lost in the woods of race or or or whether or not people should be able able to able to do drugs or whether or not people should get paid. Minimum wage has a livable wage. You get lost in the woods and any ideology, and it becomes a problem for whatever reason when when someone shifts one way? Or another and we conflict with those those ideas. We never give anybody any room for for just being a person most of the time. I've been around that guy he's a nice guy. But let's go to the basics of how I. There's two things I was taught growing up sticks and stones will break my bones names will never hurt me secondary. Okay. I will DEF- I created in the Depression Malsor fucking terrible. So mean exactly and I can pinpoint when that happened to. So we had that and then the. I don't like what you say, but I will defend to the death. Your right to say it. These are the core values that. That's what I'm talking about. That's what I'm talking about with everybody whether it's that al.. Were the core values and McGuinness, and that is our constitutional deal. Yes. That's the deal and this includes Louis Farrakhan. Everyone everybody everybody everybody. Everybody come tell me what you think Brown exactly right. All of them and this is this is so important. The moment we stop other people from expressing their opinions. We first of all, we are coddling everybody. Trying to. Happen but we're happy that other people are dumber than us like I know I know the debt preachers full shit. But I need to protect you Adam Curry because you might just give up your money for for this one person because he needs a new jet. Okay right. So this started about six years ago when. Hate speech came into the conversation and bullying and bullying became bullying laws which I remember because we were doing the show like this is actual first amendment violation to create a law that says you can't say something mean about somebody else that's bullshit about it may not be nice. It may not be appropriate in the setting had been not according to the school rules but actual laws were created. So now we have hate speech and hate crimes, which is really undefinable, but it's all it's all a sadly all. Geared towards controlling what the fuck you say. Well, it's it's a natural human instinct when you have power to exert it. Yeah. It's natural. Yeah. It's why Alfred to good man we we're Nice fucking people and we let us men be treated as. Every single commercial every TV show Oh sorry. You got the wrong washing powder. You know I do that 'cause we WANNA fuck and we want I. Know We gotta get over that shot the guy to get over that shit and once you learn once you've learned that that woman is is just as sex crazed as you are she has has a different way of expressing it. Once you figure that out and you play that game, they play your game and your fucking equal Bro and that's when. I found that I'm telling you found that with my wife. When that Shit happens that's and this is what is this is what happened with Donald Trump? This is what I truly believe I agree with you by the way I'm joking around I know you do I know I love that you give me shit because it makes it all coded and people who are really listening. We'll. We'll get it. People are like supporter of Gavin. McGinnis. I'm the support of human beings they got triggered two hours ago I'm also a supporter of people that are radically left wing. With. Them just eat hugs we need to be a brace bar community. We dig our heels in and we fight against anyone that we think opposes our safety, our security, our comfort in our in our on our ability to be to to feel loved and..
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Wouldn't you want to encourage some new interesting person to try to get involved and maybe take it to a different place. That's what happened my friend Dunkin. Duncan, trussell from doing other people's podcast doing his own his podcast is amazed. You guys like at twenty our show. Oh, we did a five hour twenty minute. I mean I had to spark up like forty five minutes into it. I'm like I gotta get on their level now. Hours just to sober up and then by them we were drinking I'm kind of happy. We had a little bit of, yes Jamie Downtime. So we could we get ready for the shout to the. Mother. Ship is about. Tap Yeah this ship was about sank son right. But I'm enjoying Austin. Love it. It's great stope city. How do you how many? People around it's going to say, do you know a lot of people? Do Yeah because one of the owners of on it were right down the street here. So really good friends with Aubrey and cal Kingsbury is here and then my friend Todd White, who's a Jitsu friend of mine from back in La any ounce. He's A. Fantastic really interesting does like I would call it like What are those What are those species? speakeasy nineteen twenties ish cool like interesting. This is the art of Why is my friend Todd? Why does like click on that one that looks like Yeah with. The one. Yeah. It looks like people at a party. He does that kind of. Shit. Todd's been my friend, cool. Yeah Brilliant. Brilliant. G Type Yeah and he's also a black belt Brazilian Jiu Jitsu from my instructor John John Machado. That's him. That's my buddy talk is. And he's he's an Austin night now too, and he moved here from La. So he was also an influence talking to him because he's just a really super cool dude what I like about you. You hear man that you know Austin's pretty liberal. We need male energy we need male energy coming back we need a meet in the middle and hug yeah of course all. This is the male female model by the way I. Think there's a reason it should work. You know there's Yes he's being and Yank. It should kind of go together. Yeah. It takes a while it's not very easy easy to yeah. Took me a couple. v I think around fifty like. Figuring out a little bit I understand women way more now because I actually have children that are girls. So you see like. The idea that a man and a woman is the same thing. It's like the idea that a cat a dog. If you said your cat, if you throw a ball of your cat and you like go get it motherfucker with what are you doing go get it. Yeah. What the fuck man, the dog gets it. We're so different when you watch little girls grow up what they WANNA do versus I have friends that have boys like Oh my God because. It's war. It's chaos. Hitting things and the terrorists total. Obviously there's a spectrum there's girls that are. We have that in common I grew up with women, two sisters my mom I have a daughter two stepdaughters just always a lot of women get along really well, I can be great friends with with women but real super male energy, which is what I enjoy about you. As, sorry. No. It's really is is nice because I didn't have much of that growing up and you're so kind of open a nice about it but he also Jitsu and all this fucking shit our anything about. WanNa learn. We got gyms here I'm I'm also very lazy. Well, maybe maybe maybe you work out at all, what he's been class derailing fucking love this being class looks like fun. Oh sitting in a dark using shit? Yeah we dance on the. Know. Typically. A lot of cute girls that used to matter but now. I just wanted to work out I. Get it. Yeah. But I'd like to someone yelling at me this do that and so it's kind of rhythmic and no one sees you you know no one gives a shit low down if you don't make it but at the end you're like I feel good. I didn't you know didn't hack up a lung like no feel good. I hate going there isn't a dangerous move to have all those people doing cardio in a small room a how many of them were farting? I've never I'm very sensitive to this now. No I've. But often I will definitely go to the bathroom before I go to spin class you're courteous person Adam? Curry. Fear. You know come on the bike like. What the hell course that was so Far. Yoga. Class is one of the funniest things never happened Oh my God I've heard it would be horrible I've. Seen My friend Eddie Wong. When Eddie did for his television show he far. We I took him to yoga. A bunch of things I took a yoga went did a yoga class and he farted That's the. Before as you. Time Man. So but no no I, think it's quite healthy. Actually the ventilation. Shout out to, Gore, hot. They can't even open up right now California. Yeah. We'll let them go to studios. It's so ridiculous. Indoor cycling and They limited eleven, people or thirteen. We need tests. The White House. Apparently, there's some tasks that they could find out twenty minutes if it's coming fifteen minutes, can you just have to accept the coach Chip Adam Curry. Thank just microchip well, obviously. At, this point everybody is basically thinking. Come on Dr. Bill. Gates just give you the fucking vaccine. Let me the fuck. That you know it's obviously advantageous for people but. I think that's About Microsoft Bill Gates owns Microsoft. Microsoft can't stop viruses windows fuck up of now from now I know. It's a good. Point if you're comic in, you said that that would kill whoever you are mean person that came up with that line. Yeah. I, think the. It's concerning all this vaccine, the mandatory masks, the disputes over, but I think it's really a side show. Too. Much bigger. What's the biggest thing? Well. You need a seat buckle. Yeah. Oh, definitely. Definitely. What is what is the one thing that we absolutely lost during the corona virus? The one thing that went away it was right in front our face we all saw. What the Fuck we've actually told it had to go away or is very dangerous. What does that one thing probably your freedom? That's what I would say just. Whatever you want an actual control mechanism of freedom money went away cash away coins went away. One went digital money and We accepted it willingly like, Oh, we'll. We'll. We thought that someone might be joking the system. Well. There's well, let me continue. Yeah World Health Organization showed Chinese money being sprayed to clean it from corona virus which of course we know is preposterous but you know. Chinese money being sprayed yeah. Like in Shanghai there spraying money in there was doing memes as well. There's lots of money can be dirty there was. Everyone win? I'M GONNA. fucking argue with you about the fucking money not going to touch it. That's what everybody said. You can't argue with me about something I have no knowledge whatsoever of. Out to baked for that, there's no way we could argue how can we have no facts exact I'm not I'm not interested in arguments. I've no here's another thing that people learn but there's more to this story go. Okay. This I think this is really important because it's happening right now is really cool. Okay. So that went away and so everyone's kind of you know now we're using ads and digitally. All different networks and infrastructure. You're not really you know van Mo actually connects to another company then logs into your bank account and access you. There's all these different ways it's been kind of gerrymandered and rigged together. So Venlo doesn't go right to your bank account as. They. Go through middleware you plaid networks the dark Lord. Now, they just got bought by visas like five billion dollars. Just, another part is fine makes banks traditionally never talk to each other we won't do whatever we can maximize profits we promised. You'RE GONNA. Love it. When I get there Joe Rogan, we demand social justice or suck and green bills out of your veins. So. We're waiting for the stimulus checks, which is now being negotiated. This is you know people need money that stopped the is being held up and we and we hear this it's about FBI building being built about giving states money. It's about all these different things and then we also his post office controversy. So these two things going on. SHOUT OUT TO THE POST OFFICE WELL The Post Office it appears is is an important factor in a new Digital dollar. which is currently called Fed net. And I think called Net So and is basically they.
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Guess today. First of all this very first podcast, we have done in the new studio and I wanted this gentleman to be the very first person I did in this do studio for a couple reasons one. Because he is the original podcast her this is Adam Curry Adam. Curry is a lot of people call different people even myself the podfather that is incorrect. The real podfather is Adam Curry. He's the original podcast. He's one of the people that I don't think he exactly came up with the name I. Think he did along with someone else I forget the exact store either way he's the shit he is the host of the no agenda podcast. He's an awesome guy is one of the reasons why I came to Austin and again the very first guest here at the studio in Texas, please welcome the great and powerful Adam Curry. The Joe Rogan experience. Brother. If not for you, I would not be here where in both places welcome to Texas Yourself Yo. Thank welcome. You bring tremendous exciting and good energy to our city and to our state I appreciate that very much. But I'm here in a big reason in a big way because you. So before we even get started if you do not know Adam was the very first podcast ever. He's the real. If if you WANNA have a patient zero of podcasting, it's you. Arguably, correct. Yeah. I I would say it's arguably. Yeah. And then also you talked about how much you loved it here and I've been here eleven years so. You we will not be here for those two things, right? Well, it's really because after I did your show which I can the only thing better than going on the Joe Rogan show is being invited back on the job. It's I. Mean you did it was incredible for me you renewed my credentials double listen I think you're awesome. You want more most interesting guys on the Internet no bullshit I really do thank you the the the other things very interesting is I told you when we do the show that time we kind of getting little baked like this is my direct shows up I have a mild form of turrets and so because I had said that it was like. I felt really comfortable just being who I am and not having to worry about I don't WanNa take right now. Steve MNUCHIN are secretary of the Treasury he also has to. Also. Hot Wife. Bam. Well, this is, of course, one of the superpowers you get when you have to read she's hot wife. Those gloves all the way down to the elbow I'm saying yeah. He's he's Kinda weird like that. So you could see him he's know testifying before Congress and you can see him like. Stretching his neck and shit you know it's interesting once it's out there than it actually removes all the tension and even on the Youtube comments, you know people like what the Fuck is wrong with this guy man is. Backing up files every five seconds. When he's When he's batting his is what exactly is happening if someone zero. Thing that they've identified. Sparks happening in your brain and they're not really sure what it is. It's shielded threat syndrome and is all kinds of stuff they say can help and. One of the things they say help certain herbs. fucking fishy. There's a lot. Yeah. There's a lot of people say it's you know it's trauma that the body is held onto. That's very possible that could be it but it started around when I was seven so it could also be I think possibly vaccine related I'm not I'm not saying that I'm anti vaccines but I I know what happened then because my parents took me to the doctor my dad interesting also had tarit. Vaccines. Hereditary. Vaccines are one of those. Where people tense up and you're either your all in or you're not. You're not allowed to just want safe ex. You're not allowed to say I am one hundred percent pro vaccine vaccines are in fact. Some sort of. Chemical what some liquid that you're putting into someone's body shirt, and it's going to have an effect and there's all kinds of stuff in things happen sometimes with people with regular things with Aspirin Pena just people's bodies react differently to all sorts of different things. But that doesn't mean vaccine haven't saved fucking countless lives. Of course, there are amazing. The people have figured out vaccines. Vaccines in a combination of a lot of other things sanitation shore. That's why New York City. The Sanitation Department Still Kinda uniforms because they were seen as like first line first responders when people were living in Horse Shit and trash dumping out their windows in New York, these guys came in the National Guard and they became this force Yup that's no doubt about it. If you live in like ancient Rome and Shit would just roll down the street. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's how a lot of people got sick in those places right and ancient cultures before they figured out sanitation at. Sandwich, in General Ryan giant to prevent diseases. Vaccines are also I. Mean How many people have been saved by vaccines? Overall net gain don't want to look at people like chart. But if you did, you'd have to say God look at all the people that were saved look at all the people that are healthy but you have to say, oh, but for some people at fucked them up. I, mean, there is a vaccine court, right? Well. Isn't it I I've met Robert Kennedy Jr.. in the past he's a big anti while not no no no. No. He's he's pro safe. VAC, very controversial. Of course of course, because he's challenging the conventional wisdom of vaccines and you know we have a lot of media influence to. To kind of set us up on this path where I mean when I was growing up, we didn't have vaccine for mumps measles and I don't think German measles. And you got it and chicken pox and you got that and so the vaccine industry was able to prevent that and some form of immunity. But you know the way we had these outbreaks and people freaking out and you know. It just seems like it's an industry that wants to keep this type of safety for people, and that's one view of what is good..
Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify
"Hello. Everybody I have an announcement Hello Joe Rogan. What's your announcement starting on September first the entire Jr library will be available on spotify the entire. Library you say 'cause the Joe Rogan experience is now in spotify but forty-six episodes missing including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones far right journalist Milo Yannopoulos an anti Semite Owen Benjamin neither spotify nor Rogan is saying why Rogan's also announced that it becomes an exclusive on the first of December. In his podcast Adam Curry's says he's building something called podcast two point Oh. It's a new podcast that outlines an alternative to the apple podcasts directory. I. Think we've figured out some incentive for develop AC- says he'll also be on the first show from Joe Rogan's new studio in Dallas. spotify down rejecting new podcast served with non secure audio addresses according to e mail seen by pulled news audio served using HDP rather than https also doesn't play in chrome on embedded players. Apple podcast expressed a preference for https back in May two, thousand eighteen but haven't yet insisted on it. The vintage video podcasts spend three hundred and fifty dollars on ads for their show in podcast APP overcast called them one hundred and nineteen new subscriptions they say quote the campaign was worth what we paid for it. That's Nice Hobby, radio has launched hard m. n. a new podcast APP built specifically for Minnesota Nice Idea Patriot has raised nine hundred million dollars in new funding says CEO Jack Conte Patriots. Valuation is one point, two, billion dollars, and the IRA has the full sheduled for the IB podcast upfront event in September and the host comedian Francesca Ramsey. And in Podcast News, Here's how to promote your podcast a stunning story of a plastic surgeon asked by wanted terrorist to make them look unrecognizable full marks to plastic surgeon podcast for that. News from the Ramsey network is the Dr John Baloney show a show that provides real talk about life relationships and mental health challenges. It'll come out three times a week and seventy million is back for season three starting on September the fourteenth each week that people denominated podcast from Antica? Williamson. Co brings localities taking action from the school to prison pipeline. To racialist policing to the spread of covid nineteen in jail.
World's Record for Most Podcasting Mistakes In An Episode
"Pretty? Frenzy and. Unfortunately my microphones behind it last night when we were. Practicing, I kept going like this so that I could. We have to remind her to get out of the. Presentation so Welcome she podcasts on fire. Or your host Jessica and Elsie can you just keep take over? I? Think. I have to send this quickey email. All right. So three mistakes rate, their people number one, please don't name your show on fire just because or which actually expands even more to please don't copy somebody else's show because or a variation on the name because you think it's really cool and that's the same way that yours is. Please don't do that The other thing she moved away from the mic we oftentimes get very excited and then move all the way over here, and then we're doing this and we don't realize you have to be on Mike to get very good levels for your end product. You must be engaged and lastly she's GonNa take care of an email most of the time I, get one of the things with just. An opportunity to see her and I cannot tell you how many different times I'm just like just. Just Pay Attention. Listen I'm very busy and important. That's right. Foot people can hear you typing just. So you know you're not fooling anyone and yeah she can see me typing actually but normally it's because. I mean to be fair. You're talking about something that I can't speak on right I understand so. Editor can hear you the is which sucks. So yeah, it's better to not do that. All right. So let's get started with the opening one's here. Let's see how do we start moving right along. Okay sees. So yeah, be mindful of your microphone I am really hiding are Holland be mindful of your microphone be mindful of your listener I'm doing it. Now we're recording this for our show this week and I'm moving to the MIC like specifically not supposed to be doing. This is not actually me being funny I. I. Just have to Redo it. Mind you this actually gives the other the other one of the tips that we're going to be giving. You need to test things out before you actually record, and this is what we are showing you. That is not happening. So part of the deal when you do your show is that you have to pretend as if it's actually happening even though nothing is happening to. Know, the right placement Yes tech is tricky. ECHINACEA don't do anything that will mess with it. Don't FIDGET DON'T CHEW ICE Don't. Talk and look out the window. Don't shoot anything. that. I've been asked. Not to do lots of times and make sure you have water something to drink on your desk because if God forbid you do. Get something caught in your throat you will. You. You know it's not good to have to get up and go get something also checking your connection if you're a person with more than one Wi fi network, which I am oftentimes. One, of them will be better than the other that day haven't made sure that I've looked to make sure and also choosing the right microphone. So the difference between the one that you WANNA record or your headphones or the computer like right now there's three and play and the right one is chosen. It'll sound. So terrible. You have to do add that on a little bit just think about whenever you choose your microphone that are certain APPs that use separate microphones. There are times when you can definitely set your computer to take on the specific microphone that you want it to us. But there are times when that gets a little bit glitzy depending upon what software you're using. So be extra crazy about checking it. So right now we are on zoom, and so I get a chance to go check on zoom if it's Pick there even though were also recording on another external like soft piece of software that's capturing our audio. We also need to make sure that that piece of software also has this Mike picked in its every single time because I guarantee you when it really matters when you're like Oh everything's okay. You'RE GONNA find out that one interview that one conversation that one amazing show you didn't pick the right Mike. And you'll be sad. Very very sad No. Yeah. Those things are super important. You know what I just realized. Also, we forgot to introduce ourselves completely. So for those of you who don't know us. You should. We are the CO founders of she podcasts I. Am just a cup from in. This is Elsie. Escobar. who was on earlier we co-founded she podcast in two thousand fourteen. MOSTLY TO HAVE A. Safe space to ask questions where we wouldn't feel we were asking stupid questions or get answers from people that might think we're stupid I. Guess That's The you had a very nice description earlier, which was you know we just needed a I forget what you said, but it was perfect. We. Just needed a place to hang where we would feel safe to ask the questions out. We needed to ask and not feel like I. Think part of it is that. I felt. Dumb or stupid about asking or an antenna like I should know these things and or that you'll be looked down upon for not knowing those things when realized just started. And also for me, it was lake getting technical answers to questions that I didn't feel needed technical answers. There was probably a simple solution for people who weren't trying to be like the next. You know. Adam. Curry that we shouldn't all have to aspire to be that so. That's why so yeah. So Jazz Elsie. and. This is kind of our show. This is her to every single time where on which. Kind of yes. But we are going to address all of these mistakes. So we've what you've already seen as well. The mics are not on. Possibly chewing gum chewing ice not a good thing everything's on your. Any everything is being recorded messing around with hair and earrings. Talking while turning away from your microphone, making sure that you're definitely on there and not having water and so impart when you were talking about the water thing just. I'm a fan of having something with a lid on it throw yes. because. You can spill your water while you are recording. So having something with a lid has been really great for me 'cause. I'm such a klotz myself and the other thing is that you have to make sure that you make you use. The. Mute. Button. So the mistake would be not using your mute button as much as you can when somebody else's talking or you're drinking because this thing happens watched us. Did you hear that? Yes. So the pop grimes you myself when I Open My. Bottle. Time I know it's annoying but I don't want that noise
Spotify gains on Apple worldwide
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"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"Onto a freight train. Wreck things moving know, and there's what what what are they talking about and motivate? What's in the morning? We're what what does the Bell? What did they do that? You know just stuff that who? Why are you a douchebag? What what's going on? You know. Why do you call politicians? Different names we all these. Weird things that have stuck but People. Get on board and roll with it, and that's and that's. Maybe! That's another thing. She's talking about pot passing general. The generosity of the new people who were exposed to us. Thanks to the Joe Rogan. Experience. I. Believe are very happy to support us because they've never been asked to do anything. That ten percents that makes any sense. Great content, and they have been asked. Of course. have been you know there's the products and services that advertise on on the show and I'm sure that they purchase as I said earlier. I'm sure that they're using those services and products. Otherwise you know the the circle wooden connect. And that's been something that's been very successful, but they've never been asked. I don't think to put a value on what they're getting and I liked. The comparison is kind of interesting. So. Do you consider your show to be a cause that somebody should contribute to? I would almost say no I want to answer for Adams. No, no, no, but. I was trying to be thoughtful about the answer. We basically, we just want to have our bills paid. I mean that's always ever said you know we want the bills to be paid. That's all right and says that means that If there's a meet up and we go to the meet up, you know. Yeah, that's also paying for my airfare, but also for my wife I mean, but that's part of the package. You'll see your at the meet up to, and you know it. All kind of know what happened is was interesting is no one has any issue and I should. Should probably make clear for people in the show. We read the the P..
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"Deduction. I have my other reasons why I thought he might be the guy. I know that's baffled. Some people but trump. I just saw it again. It's it's my talent. I think the hits I saw like. Don't underestimate the American public they're. They're interesting. Bunch you know it's like we. We're an entertainment Country so we understand things and we fall for certain things, and we really like some things, which sometimes brutal I mean look at just look at what the movies and TV shows we watch and and world wide wrestling. I mean come on. We got kind of a rowdy bunch away. Australians with you know a real dollar basic. Love Australians they know I'm just messing with. We give them full credit for their dollar. To doesn't matter you. Send us a one hundred. Dollars Conham as one hundred dollars. It's fine. So. When trump started to gain momentum. And you know we've. We've pretty much criticised. Whatever the the mainstream media is doing. We wind up doing the opposite because it's more fun I. Mean everybody can do the same as Meka and Joe, or whatever everybody can bang on the president all day. It's not hard. It's more fun to find out why they're doing it. And and what are they missing? And what are the things that might actually matter? And why are they doing some idiotic things we are? In principle, a media deconstruction show that's.
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"Embiid she and but then when we're done with the show, it's like. All right well. Talk to you on Thursday. We know. Hold onto, and it's gone, and it's gone and note no reach backs, will you? Dick Three shows ago now, isn't it? Fr- every show we start again. It's all new. but which means either being in a foul mood. Who knows anything's possible? You don't know and wow, is that exciting? I love going to work I love going to work. It is an I get five thirty on show days. Go through the e mail. Get ready start to piece it all together and I just love. You know we have a troll room which has. Between Fifteen, hundred and two thousand trolls in it. So that that is the beauty group. They're all trolls, the beauty of this saying because because the audience members in chat trolls. The rest if I did that on my show, be crucified, guys just have fun with it and they love being called trolls. Hard. You know it's like wow, really mean stuff. But because. Once in awhile, kick someone out I. Have a second just like kick you out troll too much clause usually and the. Ban is like five minutes I don't know people come back. We decided you can't have. It moderated up the WAZOO. UNFUNNY right? No, it's and if someone gets kicked out, it's like you get kicked out of the pool and come back in and a few minutes. You know it's it's it. We've had spam stuff that we've had to deal with, but again this is all community. Run our stream. We have no agenda Stream Dot Com, twenty four seven podcasts all running onto the same value from value model. Some of them live them some of them just scheduled, and so people hang out in the troll room and listen to the.
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"He's I'm much more of them. than he's somewhat more pessimistic and so that. Is Been Good, but it started as a conversation we would. We're talking like this once a week. Anyway. When I was still living in London on skype talk about forty five minutes and I'd be reading to Him. It was happening. What I you know. There was the Lisbon Treaty was being put together at that time. I was telling what a joke it was, and he was telling what was happening San Francisco mainly complaining about the parking meters that are twenty five minutes per five twenty five cents for five minutes or whatever. and you know then we meet up, we we'd have a great meal which would be at then? pod shows expense so we we then report on this crazy wine and shit. We'd had this great meal which was. All part of the programming budget. But But again that started kind of US hanging out and then said we want we record it. Does you guys remind me of Lake Fishing buddies an old married couple because it's like. Your best friends, and then sometimes you fight with one another and custody one another, and then and then you're praising. It's really this really incredible dynamic. You know, Robin. I think we don't bust on each other too much, but you guys make a regular habitat on the picking on each other and I think that's an important part of the dynamic of the show to. What we also annoy other Roy. That's that's abundantly clear, but but part of. Part of the success we believe which was done purposely is. A We don't talk outside of the show we talk on the show. You could talk about outside the show. We'll probably forget to talk about on the show. It's just so. Like I don't like pre interviews for the same reason so. We just don't talk about on the show so I know what you're clipping..
"adam curry" Discussed on New Media Show
"An audience because people sing that the people in the car, their kids are singing. The Jingle are Are Donation. We had the dumbest webpage for donations. You literally have to go to devore dot org slash NA I. Don't know if anyone in the world can spell devora. THAN DOT org slash. But what we do is. Dot Org slash, and a and everyone can remember, and the because you can repeat it over and over in your mind, and it sticks in your head eventually. You'll figure it out okay now. I remember how to get there so That's the. Basic experience of of being radio, guys or understanding interaction with an audience that the rest of without sounding arrogant is talent. in order to Mitalent is picking the hits whether it's a song, the top forty. I was pretty good at picking hits for the top forty. I was pretty good at picking people for employment and it turns out. I'm pretty good at picking stories that people will be interested or often will be very interesting within the next two or three weeks, and I'm a little bit ahead of the game. That's mitalent that I've co-owned. subconsciously throughout my entire life, I can pick pits. I can't make them I can't make a record I. can't you know none of that stuff but I can I can pick them I know what's going to be interesting. What has legs understand the mechanisms of? Of Media in all in most aspects, the aspects I don't know. John knows an incredible amount about in in particular print news, and Savino, Oh, from N. government had government works, and he's an historian and. He's I'm much more of them. than he's somewhat more pessimistic and so.
Labeling Podcasters: Independent vs. Corporate
"I never liked the term protesters which you may have heard describing those top podcasters that are from the major companies and corporations like NPR. And the different radio stations. The reason I like that term is because it seemed demeaning to the indy podcasters. It made it sound like independent. Podcasters could not be professionals at what they do. And I think that's not the case in the previous episode I talked about hobbyist versus professional as labels for podcasters and independent versus corporate. Had nothing whatsoever to do with the professional level independence can still be professional in their podcasting. So I prefer to use this label. Corporate podcasters to describe the podcast that come from the major corporations the major broadcast studios even many of these celebrities who have some kind of sort of corporation behind them or a corporate style in their podcasting. I would describe those as corporate podcasters so before I get into how these two labels independent and corporate podcasters are different. How are they the same or similar independent podcasters and corporate podcasters? Share the same similarities. I shared in my previous episode about hobbyist versus professional podcasters. You can go back to listen to that episode for more details. But here's that list for convenience. Both can have excellence. Both can have passion both can have audiences of any size and both can profit. Pr Fit Popularity Relationships Opportunities Fund income. Intangibles I think how these things apply can be a bit different between independent and corporate podcasters. But I think they do still pretty much apply to both labels of podcasters. So what sets these two types of podcasters apart. I what are Indy podcasters? And you'll hear me used the term independent and Indie interchangeably throughout this episode and in all kinds of other contexts number. One indie podcasters make their own decisions. I think this is the most important most different point of everything else. This is really what it comes down to. That separates the indies from the corporates. You could say the buck stops here for an indie pop caster. They make their own decisions. Big and small they might involve their co hosts their community or other collaborators like an editor or a designer but really everything about their podcast. Ease their own to choose. They're not subject to overlords of any sort they don't have to answer to corporate sponsors yes? There is some accountability to sponsors if an Indie podcast house a sponsor but that doesn't control what their content can be about. They can make their own decisions number. Two Indy podcasters are agile in the web design world for awhile. It seemed like the new buzzword was agile development and it implies that things can be changed very quickly and rapidly and that does apply for podcasters to having that agility because indy podcasters can on a whim change their technology. They could launch a donation system or a membership site. They could create a new product. They could redesign their branding and much more. There's no approval process in usually the only delays for an indie. Podcast are in how much time it takes to implement any kind of changer decision. Or how long it takes for that delivery truck to arrive with that new piece of gear number three. Indy podcasters made the podcasting industry. Don't let anyone mislead you hear NPR. Hollywood major broadcast studios did not invent podcasting. Yes they did help. In other areas of podcasting for sure and I'll get into that later but podcasting was actually invented by independent people mainly Dave winer who created rss and then implemented the technology to make podcasting passable with RSS and those implementation suggestions came from Adam. Curry who co created podcasting. The whole foundations of podcasting are very independent. They're very pirate radio. It was even called that for a little while and in some contexts and even still today many people look at it as pirate radio that you can do your own thing as pirates ever sounded like that number four. Indie podcasters are resourceful. Independent podcasters are used to working with what they have very limited resources there well acquainted with recording in a closet or under blanket. And even when I first started my podcast I was using a super cheap microphone and pantyhose for a pop filter acquiring that pantyhose was very awkward especially since I was a bachelor at that time. The story for a different day. But Indy podcasters are used to hacking things together to meet their needs. They're very resourceful sometimes. That's because of dictation with their budget or what they're willing to do or interested in doing. I see some indy podcasters. Who will do things simply because they want to do it themselves. It's very diy in the indie realm. Other podcasters might purchase something instead of building it themselves but I think that most indie podcasters are very resourceful. Number five. Indy podcasters are the majority of the nearly one point. One million podcasts. In Apple podcasts. At this time I estimate there are only a couple or few thousand podcast. Certainly under one percent of the total that are hosted by corporate podcasters. The rest of the PODCASTS. Are The indies? It's the podcast by the mom recording when her kids are napping by the dad who records maybe during his lunch break at work. It's from the teenager in their school classroom. It's from these people with these amazing ideas and the passion to share those ideas world. Those are the majority of podcasts out. There one percent of one million is ten thousand. I really don't think they're more than ten thousand corporate podcasts out. There certainly not active anymore when you look at the space that almost fifty percent of the podcast have published an episode in the last ninety days. And that's gone up significantly. Because of a bunch of new podcast launches still the independent podcasters dominate. The industry. They are the majority most likely listening right. Now are an indie pop. Castor you are in the majority of podcasters number six. Indy podcasters reach the niches. There's almost no niche too small for the British and the Audience Niche. You can find podcast on almost anything and usually hosted by people passionate about and highly experienced in those topics. Even if that's a small topic there can be podcasts. Out there in these are things that the corporate podcasters won't even touch. Because it's too niche but indy podcasters. Do reach those niches number. Seven Indy podcasters want and deserve to be involved in the podcasting industry. I don't mean simply being in the podcasting industry by having a podcast by being involved having a voice for the directions. The podcasting industry goes. This is one of the reasons why I have big hopes for the new podcast academy as long as they do represent the majority of podcasters the independent voices in the podcast academy and why I would encourage you to look at being involved in that joining. That pain. Your membership dues to be part of the podcast academy so that you can be involved in podcasting industry
"adam curry" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Women Thick Y. Go TO LAS harder former New York banker friend to go to dinner party and there's like three women here wearing my watch is like still looks great. I loved classic. But it's the goal just kind of melts into me now and it's a part of me and it's a reminder of a A different time. Yeah when when the shit mattered? Now I don't care but it's beautiful. It's got a lot of sentimentality right if you go back to the origin of wristwatches. It's amazing. How long they've been around pocket watches motherfuckers figured out how to do that. Shit hundred years ago. They figured out. When do they figure out a pocket watch like what was the year because that was the first one you get on a chain you pull it up and I guess you had wind it But the fact that it works like they put a bunch of fucking gears together in this thing that you carry it around everywhere and it kept time. When both my grandparents died they died very close which other sixteenth century. Holy Shit that a Hamilton. Fifteen ten I in Nuremberg. Germany was an It's a Peter. Hell Peter Hanlin. Hoenlein Hoenlein H. E. N. L. E. I N. In He created the first pocket watching fifteen ten. According to wikipedia The dowling. Italians were producing clocks. Small enough to be worn on the person by the earliest sixteenth century. It'd be weird wearing like a necklace clock. Play the place. You just like Flava Flav. You believe that guy is sixty years old. And he's still wearing the clock around his neck. Wants to wants. You know what time it is. It's very guys backing. Mtv beyond nuts there in the street jumping around Flavor Flav just doing his thing with the clock. Like wow man. That's still your GIG. You were talking about Mark. Wahlberg the other day and I did the tour with him. I had a syndicated radio show and the station's would put it on if I came to their summer jam or homage fifty nine. Yes sober long. Mtv's Adam Curry and then they had Marky mark and the funky bunch sisters with voices It's sometimes UB forty. Because they there. Every weekend I go off to some bad top forty radio station around the country. And that was what Greg Lawley put together my buddy in Austin. He he He did that and he was promoting all the artists and so mark mark and the funky bunch who was he was just like you said like Calvin Klein underwear model cool guy you know Nice. He didn't seem to be calm. And didn't cause a Ruckus on the road or anything. We stay pretty shitty places all of a sudden. He's like Mr Hollywood and doing well. I do like it and never stopped now like you started doing well and like when the eighties. Yeah it's like will Smith. I mean we invented himself to Sega Genesis in launch parties together another. I don't understand. I know it was great. Yeah amazing that's him then I wasn't yeah eighteen. Maybe it was seventeen just anyway. He's been around for ever. Yeah and still do I mean the fact that he was able to reinvent himself to as a major movie star to yeah amazing fantastic good stories. Yeah you remembered the birth of the Internet when you remember first getting on and seeing the expansion. Was there ever amount? When was the moment I should say? Obviously now today we all realize it's out of out of control and it's just wild says very strange thing that's taking over our lives and then I wanNA talk about neural link to. I'm sure you know something about that. About Elon Musk's invention neuro lincoln. I know a little bit about it but when we when you saw it kind of getting away when was the moment or where you were like. This is a very strange thing. That's never happened to people before. Well I had the online part figured out because I ran a bulletin board. You might remember though as you could call in like five lines and you go in and do your business and then we'll years that this has got to be early. Eighties maybe even late seventies so there's time for innovation. They're big long stretches where things don't get any well. The speeds got marginally better. People got more phone lines that the computers you know. We're able to do more than they're also some other things happening. We had windows windows. Ninety five came into place. And now people were you know were different world of Computing Dos And people have you know wordperfect. And then all of a sudden we have an interface on top of it. You know. We didn't have that this that starts to teach people how to deal with the environment so that was all there but the Internet itself would be nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven and I log in to get on the Internet. You had to log in to dial up account launch A P P session or slip and he had launched software on your computer and then you could open a terminal and you could type things like telnet and then a domain name or even ip address it connect to someone else's thing and kind of look around all text based but that for me was like Holy Shit. You can connect from one to the next. I understood the hyper linking. I understood how powerful that would be. If I just had a little computer today on my desk I had a Mac plus with a gigantic external twenty megabyte Scuzzy hard-drive Twenty megabytes an empty word doc. Yeah so that big thing like that just like Oh my God this is this is. This is going to be it. So the second moment was the Andriessen with his HDP Mosaic Browser Browser the web. And then the third moment was Carl Jacob. I think he's a investor. Maybe even on the board at facebook but he worked at Sun Microsystems at the time and He contacted me so I see what you're doing to send you a computer. They sent me as a son. Voyager which is like a portable a lovable with the LCD color screen. This you know now. Eighty eight something like that Unix which even crazier and So he starts his show me stuff and he actually streamed a song from his workstation in San Francisco to my computer in Montclair New Jersey and played a had him on the phone here. I heard him started. And then it came through and played on my on my computer that I'd never seen this before or heard it. I was like fuck broadcast. We can use this to broadcast and since that moment I think that's the mission of been on and Look Mama. I have a ride here. We are. That's an amazing story man. That's cool as fuck. I love hearing it from someone. Who was there from the very first steps and you're we used to have the yellow pages the yellow pages which was a book. I still have it. It was published. It was published number. Look up everything in the yellow pages. That was a business that was a business. Yellow pages got fucked right. Of course that shit fell apart. That's what happened with newspapers. Here's where the newspapers fucked up with the news. When the Internet came around and I saw other people thought Craig newmark saw it and it's classified because they were all Hoity toity about the advertising model but people they were really making the money off the classified ads. Everybody knows everybody knew it. And that's what craigslist. Who who tried to sell it to tribune the tribune or Hurst. Maybe it was hearst for just a couple million bucks and it's like no. We're not interested. We don't need it not invented here. Whatever and so he ate up there. They're classified business overnight and they were left holding the bag same well. We have cool news to advertise on. Well known that I'm put some in there but now it was about the class size. That's where the money came from divorced. I can tell the story of L. S. show. You can tell the story about Craig newmark and how they passed on it and he. He does that very well. The classified ads do they even have them know. Newspapers are gone. Ovitz dead people still a good business. Yeah of course they have some. But no not really. How often do you hold a physical newspaper in your hand? Redick whenever I whenever I'm at the airport I always buy. Yeah because I don't want to be on my phone right and we just read the newspaper. Yeah Yeah Dis android iphone have a strip down a I called cloaked. No Sim card. Vpn A pie hole. There's a lot of different parts on it that I do carry. It's iphone seven if I need to but there's no other APPs on at no extra APP just just blanket. Yeah so that in case of emergency I need to do something like I want to use the. Gps right and also has an. I cloud account. That's not not my main. I called account. So that's I'm trying to make that Adam Curry and remove my other digital footprint. I did it or something at least confuse it a bit. Wow whatever happened to. Wasn't there. A A blockchain phone that was going to be released. There's a number of interesting projects that are Lennox based I'm trying to think of the one that's a lot of its crowdfunding this company. Actually they make laptops. That are completely all open source hardware should Jamie you find what was the name of that county it's I feel stupid now. It's the We'd definitely they? They crowd fun with Ed. Very successful crowdfunding was Lennox laptops with open source hardware. Because that's that's really where you have to look for the problems. 'cause you know advertising insatiable thing that these companies are hooked on so they and the data they have to keep getting data from us. That's the system so you know when we start to cut it down. They moved to the hardware that move to different different types of ways of getting data. And right now you still can't hide from cell phone triangulation. There's all kinds of ways people can find you. That's really the biggest problem. If you can track someone's location. You can build their life at a credit card to that meaning. John Savoy ex wife. She does the company's taxes a family business and she kind of thinks used to do some kind of auditing in the past and she'll call up and say oh. Here's what I always see you do. And she'll tell me exactly what I do where I go when I like to eat out. She's all these patterns and so she just doesn't for fun do you have? Gps on your car. You can't get rid of it. I mean there's no a manufacturer after probably twenty fifteen allows you to completely turn off tracking. Well you got an iphone. Seven once killing a sixty nine corvette denying everything. Everything's built in and yeah I mean I think that didn't really start until like the two thousand so they sold it to us and a great way with on call like boom upside down on call. Help is on the way. What does this Jamie? I typed in Lebron. Thank you what did what did you type in crowd. Funded Lennox fantastic. Lebron heroism purist. Do you mean laptop or phone. They make both so the laptops the phone..
So you want to start a podcast...
"What can I do for you here? Well I I have a question that I know. Ah I've been listening to you for years as most people say when they call But I have a question that you have probably been asked many many times but until it becomes relevant in my life I probably just listen to it next. Caller count on that otherwise. Honestly there's only a few different questions I count on your poor memory for the the answers. One of those questions. So I- Mabel to and and been in the process of creating content for a podcast. Yeah and You know I'm capable of doing all that. I'm really pleased with how that's going. I haven't heard anything yet but what I'm what I'm trying to find out next. And I thought I'd ask the gruesome like what are the best next steps. or where do I go to decipher through all the different options of how you can get your RSS Steeds Central. I can make this really easy for you The good news. Yeah when we started podcasting in two thousand four had just been born and it was so sewer early that there weren't really any podcast clients. I think Adam Curry wrote a simple one. There were couple and and to be honest You I had to do everything by hand you know I was making. We're making it up as we go along I had to create my own. RSS Feed along comes apple with itunes a couple years later we had to change everything. But you know by now it's pre fifteen years later. It's pretty darn easy. So here's the thing with a podcast. First of all seven thousand new podcasts. A week launch. Seven thousand of them fewer than ten percent. Do who episode two. So the first thing I would say is pick something you really enjoy. Because you're not going to remember you're not GonNa make money on it and I it's the The reason I think somebody podcasters pod fade is. They think we're I didn't make any money on this. Well no because you know it's It's hard to make money a podcasting. You for some reason you might blog or do anything else because you love it you have a subject you just passionate about you care a lot about do why personally yes. Music beautiful so step two is how do I make it.
Write the blog title how you want it to show everywhere
"Getting a lot of questions something like who amusing the apple tags and I'm using an apple summary in the apple title, and the apple episode number? But it still using my regular title as the title at apple podcasts. And then I look in, if I opened it up in the apple podcasts app on my phone, it's using the right tags as they specified. But if you use the web preview or the IT tunes desktop software, which is still on the MAC, but going away and we'll. Continue on windows for the foreseeable future. It's not it's using the blog title, and it's using the blog content for the show notes. Okay. Well, here's my solution. Right. You're your blog titled to be the title, you ought to use. Right. Your blog post to what everybody you what you want to show in your show. Notes everywhere, don't try to be different. You're not going to be able to force all the apps to do what you want them to do you just not. Unfortunately RSS is a standard, and it is the standard we use for podcasting. So what it goes into the RSS feed if you only give them one choice, then everybody will use the same thing if you have multiple choices, some we'll take once on, we'll take the other there's nothing you can do to control this. So I guess what my message would be is please, please, please, please. If you're really picky about what shows up in the apps then righted it in the blog post title, or write it in the show notes the way you want it to show everywhere. Getting the fancier, you get the, the less control. You're going to have over what who does what you know, you know, it's just like episodic images. They did a whole episode about that awhile back and people still don't get that you can't force apple or Google, or Stitcher, or tune in, or Spotify, or any of the other apps out there on Android, or IOS. Or, you know, some of the other services like Pandora iheart. Whatever you can't force them to use any particular thing that you put near feet unless you only give them one choice. You know, someone asked me recently, the no agenda show, Adam curry, and John CD Voracek every episode, you see a different piece of artwork show up everywhere. That's not because they're doing anything special and they're not they're not trying to be fancy. What they do is they changed the overall our orc for the feed every episode so every all the apps don't have a choice. They just pull a new one and you know you can do that. But how much is that really worth? You know, I. I get it that you want it to be a certain way. I and I get that people want things to be, you know, just the way they want them. But sometimes that just isn't how it works. You know, just not how it works. You can't you can't force all the different services out there to do exactly what you want them to do. So the only way to do that is to when you post your podcast and MSN you're using WordPress, but this works pretty much anywhere else. Whatever you put in the title, the main title will be the title in everybody uses, if that's the only choice you give
High profile creators leave Patreon
"Patriot a crowd funding platform used by many podcasters has removed a number of far-right creators, including Milo Yannopoulos and Cal Benjamin youtuber better known as Sargon of Akkad for what patriot claims is hate speech. However Sam Harris host of the waking up podcast one of the top grossing patriot creators has deleted his account in response accusing the company of political bias and other patriot creators, Dave Rubin and Jordan Peterson have promised to build an alternative platform, quote that will not be susceptible to arbitrary censorship. There are reports of many patriot supporters leaving the platform in protest, if you're one of them and you'd like us to Bill you directly we've worked out an alternative if you want it, please let us know. Updates at pod news dot net. And we'll sort that yesterday. We reported that apple podcasts has mysteriously removed many reviews and ratings from their service those that contacted us. Reported losing around half their ratings and reviews issues was seen throughout the whole app. Store. Not just for podcasts. Some noted that review removals were seemingly at random and not related to a purge on automated or spammy reviews at time of going to press podcasters report that their ratings are back to normal. And are they actually important to you need ratings and reviews to get into the what's hot section in apple podcasts. Daniel j Lewis has been checking the data, and he knows the answer. You'll find it linked from the show notes Jew under what Adam curry, thanks have NPR's RAD podcast analytic service. Do have the gall to say, we won't know who you are. When this takes place is just a lie of epic proportions life, she addresses as you can feel it. You'll know what phone you have this more in his podcast. Meanwhile, surprisingly to many pocket costs have confirmed that they have no plans to include rat in their roadmap the podcast app. His part-owned by. NPR TNT in cadence thirteen launching a companion podcast to crime television drama. I am the night the podcast called root of evil will be eight episodes focusing on the real story and real people behind the dramatized crime series, and resonate recordings. Have added a tutorial on how to use audacity feel podcast
"adam curry" Discussed on No Agenda
"I'm adam curry and from northern silicon valley where i'm going to wine tasting i'm john cd four acting we return on sunday right here no agenda until then as always house cam there's one the slave.