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Self-Hosting Your Photo Gallery with Imagely

This Week in Photo

08:12 min | Last month

Self-Hosting Your Photo Gallery with Imagely

"Hey welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson in this show. It's all about image sharing galleries and wordpress. And I'm joined by Scott Widen. Let me make sure I don't butcher his name Kibbe wits. He's from the company that built this cool stuff. And we're GonNa talk about that stuff and a little bit deeper because I want to dive into the world of wordpress as it applies to photographers and Scott is a is an expert in all that stuff so welcome to the show man how you doing doing well. Thanks for having me no. I think it's the first time that you and I are chatting while I'm on while I'm wearing the image. -Ly brand usually. It's me as a photographer right when you were both at the time and stuff like that. So it's a little bit of a change of pace. I've always been at image immensely but now and now now it's center now. That's great man so you are. You're the chief community officer over there. What does that mean chief community officer? Yeah so I. It's kind of on the marketing side. I get to do things like this. Interact with other photographers with podcast. With youtubers with you know just do a lot of the interaction on social media and in person like I'm the one that goes to the conferences like photo plus expo and hanging out with people going out making photos and stuff like that so I to do stuff like that. I do the blogging. I have we have a podcast about wordpress four photographer so I hope that that kind of stuff right. So I'm I'm sort of the email marketing. It's kind of that. That guy on the guy who gets to your the thing I was hanging out with you. Get to be the face of the company. That's cool. Well let's talk about that so I have the tease. I talked a little bit about wordpress and galleries and all that stuff. So one of the reasons why you and I are having this interviews and you guys who you're about to or you have already depending on where you watch. This rolled out the ability for photographers to kind of in a way replicate what some other players in the cloud. Image storage space. You're doing like smug Mug and Pixie set excetera in terms of building galleries and assigning priceless to those galleries and allowing customers to come in and purchase from either a password or unpasteurized protected area. Which what you told me before. We even started that up until just now has not been possible. Take me through that. Because I'm one of those people I use Mug Mug. I still have my Pixie set account as well and some others And I'm a wordpress user. This week in photo is run on wordpress. Obviously be nice to have the power to have that in house to me. GimMe Gimme the gist of what you guys built. Yes so as you said Thirty thirty five percent of the Internet runs on wordpress. So thirty five percent of photographers are using wordpress. And many of them are using wordpress alongside something like smug monk and it's all good and well if that's what you want but for photographers. Who Want to do everything in one platform that they control? That is a wordpress site. You now have the solution to not only sell in and sell prints and digital downloads. But the prince you have the option to automatically had this refilled by a print lap and the first pre lab we integrated with is White House custom color. Nice and more will be on the way of course but for now. That's that's the only one that's there and the cool part is that yes next Gen gallery built on is a Free Plug. It has about a million active users. It's one of the most popular press ins ever. Definitely the most popular alary plugging is the fastest gallery plug in and it's more than just your typical gallery. Plugin display your photos. It has a full gallery management system in it and that system kind of gives you this it will. It definitely gives you the separation of galleries and not. Everything's in one media library folder. It's all separated and it allows you to fine-tune everything to put in different image tags. Which will import your exit data. So you'll have any keywords. What become tex which means you can create galleries based on tags? If you want we have You know titles and descriptions and things like that and when you the this gallery that you've created and you want to attach a priceless it so you create a price list as some prince from the lab. Some print options and we by default automatically pick the most popular prince from the lab. And then you can add more. You can even do at all if you want to destroy everything once and and that's your price list. If you want to add digital download you can do that and you attach that priceless to the gallery and you once you sell you sell your Princeton. You don't think about the part of come mattress. You don't have to think about The the the the printing the the the editing that comes after that 'cause you know you don't have to worry about replacing inks all that fun stuff on that. So you know like I said before having having been in being a user of these cloud based services the in this is a completely appropriate question especially for someone who's intimate with wordpress and and image making and how stuff goes but the word press. Yeah it's it's almost the defacto standard on the web for for many many many sites out there myself my my sites included but the double edged sword of wordpress is giants got his amazing robust community. Anything that you can imagine you can build and or configured to do but in my opinion or in my experience that's also the Achilles heel of wordpress because there's always updates and plug in conflicts and you know okay you. You're not really bill. If for me it feels like you're not really building on a on a stable foundation. You're building on a foundation that can reconfigures itself every now and then you gotTa make sure everything that's on top of it is good to go. How does how do you guys mitigate that with next Gen and Gal next-gen Gallery and the other services you offer so that if I do put my mission critical business and galleries up there and I have a bride? That's coming in that. Wants to see and by prince she's going to be able to see those and give me money so. I just what you said that that there's sort of this Achilles heel I like to say that We're presses amazing because it can literally do anything but it's also a sometimes a pain the butt because it can literally do anything from so so yes there can be conflicts with different plug ins. Yes you have to worry about. Updates at image league on top of potential complex all the time we get a lot of people coming in that might have a bug here and there and we have a team that troubleshoot said and and can handle those and we have a development team that is fast and we will address any conflicts or bugs that come up that are that need immediate attention if you're having if we're having a conflict with a plugin like you which has happened in the past then that's a plugin that is popular enough. We have to address it. We know that plug in is installed in pretty much every photographers website. We have to fix it. So but if it's if it's a conflict with the plug and then might have a hundred users total well that's not a priority because unfortunately there's not many people using a small amount of people. Yeah yeah so we have to go with with what is impacting the majority

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"alary" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"alary" Discussed on KNSS

"He doesn't know what he's saying it's not that he's making mistakes or stuttering he does not what's happening yeah he does not know all it's going to come out of his mouth is like a red suit syndrome without the cursing yeah yeah well that's what he's presenting and I understand in South Carolina I have been down there this week but I have people down there when he grows his little rallies and people show up he's a white it's basically running around the stage on but he doesn't put together cogent sentences so I don't see him all right mounting a counter offensive that's gonna knock all Bernie Sanders what I do see is that many Democrats are starting to fear Sanders yeah they are listening to we will bomb a crow well coming out of the Obama crew it Alary Clinton and Clinton's too but they're not nearly as powerful as the Obama Kerr which if you get Rahm Emanuel going on cold there this was the big signal to everybody holders she'll hack he does what he's told to do by the Democratic Party all right she has a problem and you'll sit near no tie on a manual sitting there with his legs splayed you say and you can't elect Bernie Sanders so now you got knowing because nobody watches Cole bear got noble blue city when I saw that there's no way on earth from a manual all right yeah Obama's one of Obama's top guys well we have ever done that yeah if it had not been discussed yeah all right bill o'reilly from bill o'reilly dot com we'll talk to next week we might even want to just check in with you on Wednesday to get your thought on the primaries can I just real quick yep I'm gonna do live on bill o'reilly dot com Tuesday night during right after the polls closed at nine PM eastern and on Wednesday I'm gonna put it down I'm gonna check in with you sometime but we want everybody if you want on its coverage and I mean that I mean this if you are honest coverage of a very important election and the virus go to the blaze go to bill o'reilly dot com thank you very much I would choose a night super Tuesday appreciate a bill bill o'reilly dot com.

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Federal judges' group calls emergency meeting over Roger Stone case

Radio From Hell

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Federal judges' group calls emergency meeting over Roger Stone case

"Roger stone sentence set to be sentenced the mmhm not sure when the sentencing is but a national yeah and I thought it was to visit today save it says here and later on I know that a judge is having a conference call with everybody involved in the case today that's what's happening today national association of federal judges is called an emergency meeting for today to address growing concerns about the intervention of the justice department and president trump in politically sensitive cases Philadelphia US District Court judge symphony roof who heads the independent federal judges association said the group could not wait intell it's spring conference to weigh in on a deepening and this is their words crisis that has enveloped the justice department and Attorney General William Barr supposed to be sentenced on third and third there are plenty of issues that were concerned that our concerts there are plenty of issues that we are concerned about she said we'll talk all of this through that's this is today this is the day I guess roof was nominated to the bench by president George W. bush said that more than one thousand federal Joris many of them Republicans call for the meeting last week after trump criticized prosecutors initial sentencing recommendation for his friend Roger stone anymore that is really in this morning the department of justice overruled them a trump also took a swipe at the federal judge who is set to presided stone sentencing hearing on Thursday is this the judge did put Paul man a fort in solitary confinement something that not even mobster Al Capone doing new I understand that the court has symbols like the bonus room always got get out to get out you know from tweeted last week referring US district judge Amy Berman Jackson how did she treat cricket Alary just looked just

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"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

ZigZag

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

"You had criteria that like you measured their success in some unidentifiable dan prices measure for success is there a little bit weird they want to provide for their families and that's kind of that there has to be a culture shift where it has to be like i don't know lake if you have too much money it's almost shameful in some way like i don't know how do we measure it differently i've been racking my brain on this for a long time and i haven't figured out the solution yet obviously there could be a political solution but it seems like there's a lot of forces in money that are very focused on making sure that that gate is blocked the other thing that i've been thinking about is could i spend time and find people spend time time trying to convince talented twenty or twenty five year olds to have specific criteria that i will will not work at a company that does not abide by these values it's not so much about doing good there's a lot of companies out there doing good it's more about not doing so so much harm because i think these companies are just doing so so much harm and then doing a little bit of good in highlighting the good to kind of like you forget the harm but if if we could get twenty or twenty five year olds to say no more then i think that the companies as competitive necessity would have to adapt up to that because you have to have those talented twenty twenty-five thirty year olds yeah maybe like you get in there early and just convince somebody the at some age that's convince people that like hey if our business is even a little bit taking something that doesn't belong to us public resources the environment climate and turning that into money and putting in our pockets like i just will not work at that business the good news this about today is that things change quickly i mean who could have imagined donald trump becoming president not that long ago so the changes is faster than ever and maybe there could be this pendulum swing but like i think what it always comes back to to me because of my kind of entrepreneurial conservative christian idaho routes tsk is like what am i going to do about it right i guess i'm surprised that you attribute that to your conservative -servative religious roots i think that part of america is now associated with unfortunately politics that are quite eight destructive and that's just not the what we see now is not the american way what you just described as very much what i envisioned the american way to be yeah and i i do have to say those are my roots but today i'm surrounded by a huge amount of diversity one of my proudest moments is this year was we had our leadership retreat and there's a person at gravity who has like a non binary approach to their gender and on there's another person at gravity who is conservative christian bene- minister on and off his whole life and we did exercise where we it did really good introductions for each other and he did their introduction and it was beautiful and stunning and wonderful awesome and i thought in that moment if we can do this like if we all not we gravity but like we all if we can do this then we can start to make progress together dan listen thank you so much really really appreciate it really fun chatting and please give my best to jen i'm i'm rooting for you to and just love what you're doing and love the independent spirit.

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"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

ZigZag

09:17 min | 10 months ago

"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

"A place where i didn't need anything and then the money was about greed and having more and that was not a cool place to be and it's like i just found like a hollow spot where it's like i'm not going to sit here and compare impair my net worth with jeff bezos and mark zuckerberg and bill gates the rest of my life like that does not sound fun at all it's just not cool i think that what people don't realize who've never hit this threshold of like having plenty is the value of the money above a certain point you're going from being able to go on vacation and fly somewhere to now you have a slightly bigger seat to to now there are no other people around when you're flying right and it's not really that much better like i have enough money have bose headphones that i put him on and i have can i ask you know what i mean so like the fact that there's other people around isn't really that big of a deal and if you don't need to fly private jets or have lake mansions or mansions all over the place i mean the rate of return like for retirement account or something is like about five percent which compensates for inflation so if you have like say a million dollars or two million dollars or three million dollars when you retire you can make a hundred thousand dollars so year off of that or one hundred and fifty thousand dollars off or you can semi retire with the million and then have like another like fifty thousand dollars that you make because you're working and then you're making one hundred thousand dollars and those amounts are kind of like enough now if you have a family maybe hopefully two incomes or whatnot but i could see somebody being like okay now i really need to make one hundred and fifty thousand or two hundred there's some number and it changes depending on who you where you are and what your responsibilities czar but there's some number where when you hit it the money over that just doesn't make your life much better and i hit that at a very young age with very few attachments achievements and responsibilities and it was like i'm feeling like this sense of emptiness inside this meaninglessness and so that's kind of like like the ground that's cultivated inside a me when i run into this situation with valerie is kind of figured out that i'm i'm gonna be okay financially and making myself more okay financially would be a really bad way to spend my life so soon after that fateful oh hike with valerie dan gathered his staff together one morning stood at the front of the room and told everyone they were going to get paid a livable salary everyone one would get seventy thousand dollars a year what i felt in that moment was a little bit of a nervous disconnection where i was sharing this with everybody but i think what i was sharing was seen by other people as so preposterous that ah i wasn't getting the typical like i contact head nodding that i normally do so actually announced it and no one really said much from my perspective from their perspective like i didn't get it out and then i just like announced it again and then like somebody stood up and started screaming and clapping and then everybody else stood up and started screaming popping and then i felt very relieved i felt happy but even more than happy i just felt relieved like oh they understand what i'm saying like we're on the same page maybe they didn't realize what a big deal was like i feel you could have been like oprah like and you get seventy thousand dollars and you get seventy you get seventy thousand dollars honestly i should have it wasn't being humble or didn't realize what a big deal it was i really realize what a big deal was i did you know it's also weird because i didn't think think at that time it would be a moment that you would be asking me about in two thousand nineteen oh interesting 'cause i was gonna ask you that i was going to say did people know does zero chance no okay so it's not that i didn't think people would be interested i just never anticipated the magnitude or like how fast news news like that spread but the funny part is that i misremembered the angus deaton and daniel conman study for instance study study where they found that seventy five thousand dollars was that dollar amount above which more money does not really improve your wellbeing and then afterwards everyone's like hey dan you know seventy five thousand not seventy what are you doing and even there was a CBS show called the good wife on miss america vanessa williams played me on the good wife wants even and she was like on the show and she did it but she needed seventy five thousand dollars right i have something to discuss done something wrong oh no no is about your business and actually it is ed serious i think the salary floor it's communism no socialism no me we yes i like my employees they work hard so i decided to raise seventy five thousand dollars for everybody it's my money why is that bad now the other thing that was difficult though about the story going big and the thing that was difficult about going on like one of my favourite TV shows shows the daily show and having trevor noah say like oh you should have come down from the mountain before you decided on seventy k. and like having vanessa williams play me on TV and stuff visit it's kind of a lot of pressure because now i'm like oh shoot before i thought it just needed to like run this company with these people and stuff but now i'm taking up a lot of oxygen from the conversation and i grope conservative christian republican in idaho so i have like a very like kind of capitalist background but hang on hang on hang on surely you see that the reason why you got so much attention for it was well a it's a good story first of all but second second of all it's something that this country needs to talk about considering the extreme disparity between CEO pay and employees and so what what do americans like they like good story it makes them connect with a problem it's why when valerie told you her problem on that hike hike it all clicked for you too so surely you see that we needed someone like you to sort of wake people up to this idea of changing how we you reduce that gap between ceo's and employees i mean it hasn't happened yet on my good days people tell me hey dan i got a raise because of you or i quit my job because of you and i'm doing better or you know on my really good days megan driscoll from boston farm logica or many of these other entrepreneurs there's call me and tell me that they did the same thing she doubled her employees paying one of them told me that she moved from a rat infested basement to a two bedroom apartment hartman like those were the good days but the bad days are when i look at the statistics and trends and i really thought in two thousand fifteen that we were done with that we were going to either stabilize or change directions you mean as a nation yeah and the fact that we have just kind of accelerated the problem over the last four years and the way it works works is kind of they incentivize top executives the reason why bob iger made sixty million dollars is because they want the company being run in a ruthless way that works for the shareholders and that's how the board wants it run that's how carl icahn you know the famous investor if he he bought a company like mine he would just gut it like crazy you know that's a dirty job and most people would not want to do that job and the way they do that is with huge huge compensation packages for executives that align the executives to that system and structure so it's basically like hey why don't you just got this and pull everything that you can out of it and if you do we'll give you a huge portion of what you take out as a ransom and if you don't we'll just find somebody else to do it it's a real real long shot to figure out how to stop it i think actually you put your finger on something which was why at the beginning when you described how you were seeking out your clients and you said you didn't really know what it was but there was something about the way that these small quirky business owners they're they're a little weird.

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"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

ZigZag

08:48 min | 10 months ago

"alary" Discussed on ZigZag

"I'm dan price and i'm the CEO of gravity payments you may have heard dan prices name before dan what would you say that you are best known for ooh well i think what i'm probably best known for is in two thousand fifteen i stood in front of my company and i announced that that we were going to institute a seventy thousand dollar living wage for everybody that works at the company effective immediately we're going to put a scaled policy into place everyone in here will definitely be making seventy thousand dollars a year and i'm super excited about that you on the other hand we're getting pretty big pay cut right yeah that's true because i was making a million dollars a year at the time which sounds kinda silly probably because it is silly does a million dollar salary for CEO sound silly to you or does that sound kind of normal and maybe what seem silly is that a CEO would give that up so that everyone who worked for him got a big raise of the one hundred twenty one hundred thirty employees that were there at the time batman about a third of them were getting their pay doubled all in one day moroder and this is zigzag podcast about the changing culture of business and and work and let's just put that number in perspective seventy thousand dollars that's actually more than what most households households earn the median income in the US is about sixty thousand dollars on the other end of the spectrum seventy thousand dollars is the price piece of a model s tesla or the amount that the walton family owners of walmart have made since you started listening to this podcast they make seventy thousand dollars a minute big CEO salaries and wealth disparity are hot topics right now and no wonder since nineteen seventy eight the average worker's salary has gone up by only twelve percent the average CEO's salary it's gone up by over we're a thousand percent and it begs the question how do we get back to what a lot of people think is the american way a place where capitalism mm-hmm can provide for everyone it's hard to remember but as one recent new yorker article put it by the nineteen seventy s america was as equal as any of the scandinavian countries are today so on this episode how dan price kind of decided to make his own mini a scandinavian country at his company gravity payments it's after a quick break would you buy tee shirt for fifty bucks if you knew it only costs seven dollars to make with evelyn you don't overpay for quality clothes because because they want you to know what you're paying for and why so they tell you their real cost and are transparent about every step in the process from the materials they use to the factories they work with right now i am carrying an ever lane wallet and the cute sandals i've been wearing all summer come from ever lane you can check out their personalized collection at ever lean dot com slash zigzag plus you'll get free shipping on your first order that's ever lean dot com slash zigzag ever lane dot com slash zigzag this episode zigzag is supported by progressive progressive has you covered when it comes to car insurance starting with built in savings like discounts for for being a safe driver you can also save when you start your quote online or you have multiple vehicles on your policy in fact a survey of drivers who switched and saved in two thousand eighteen eighteen showed an average annual savings of six hundred ninety nine dollars start a quote online and see all the discounts for yourself visit progressive dot com coming today discounts not available in all states and situations zigzag i'm newsom roti and when i first heard about dan price and his seventy thousand dollar announcement to his staff i thought that maybe it was a stunt i mean what a great way to get a bunch of publicity for a little credit card processing company in seattle how did you come to this idea that this this is a risk that's worth taking and so i just did it out of one hundred twenty employees seventy we'll get raises with thirty doubling their salaries why do decide to do this sam i see this income inequality gap just growing and growing and growing and so i i felt like this was maybe a bolt set but a necessary step to to try to correct that do see new uptick in the applicants essentially we've just been overwhelmed by emotion to be on a quickie this has been a big thing it's about making a difference so we decided to do this and in the four years since then the media frenzy has died down dan had to deal with being sued by his brother the lawsuit was dismissed and he had to run his company prove his experiment paying everyone the same amount of money could be good for the bottom line not just an inspirational the headline and i think for dan after talking to him for a long time proving it could work was part of the fine i mean this is a guy who started his business before he could vote i grew up in idaho in a conservative christian family on the fourth of six kids i was a home schooler i grew grew up playing rock music and lives in a band and we played with all these various venues and i got along with the business owners really well i just loved them i thought they were so cool and honestly i still don't know why but i was drawn to them and there was this one particular business owner named heather she owned a coffee offi shop in caldwell idaho called moxie java and we used to play acoustic unplugged shows there on friday nights and she was complaining to to me about her credit card processing and i started basically doing i would go to somebody like heather or somebody she would introduce me too and they would complain about their payments processing company taking advantage of them and i would offer to basically call up the company and argue with them on on the phone and before i knew it i had a small kind of independent practice where i was just helping these different businesses with their payment processing using without having any product or anything and then i used that money and that customer base and that feedback and knowledge to build what it became gravity payments a couple years later so i mean it sounds like very early on it was very clear that you had the entrepreneurial spirit like you weren't like i'm going to go be a doctor i'm gonna work my way up at a law firm i think i just i grew up really early what do you mean well i was like ready to i loved working for instance so like i got a job as a lifeguard as soon as i was of age in idaho which was like fifteen or sixteen and then then i got a job as a busboy outback steakhouse and i loved being a busboy and then i started doing like cooking early in the morning to make more money i just wanted to be working my family was going through a lot of financial struggles at the time like my parents were but i really loved it you know so like yeah i needed the money but i think i loved it enough that even if it weren't for the money i still would have wanted to do it so so you're working your tail off how does that happen that you become actually a business owner i was a freshman in college and i originally originally started the business with my older brother lucas and so he was doing like a lot of the office in office type work and i was going out and interacting with customers or potential customers i did a lot of walking in at that time so i would pick a neighborhood in seattle title like queen anne where i lived and i would just walk up the street and i walked into every single business and introduce myself and leave behind like a card or a letter or something like that and then.

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"alary" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"alary" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"What you're saying i do you have an incredibly confused look on what is moral and what is not because you've begun with god is perfect and we're depraved. You've just accepted these and when i ask what about us as depraved your answers well we're sinners. We're not in line with god. Your entire argument is circular. You don't have a reason beyond what you believe god to be. How do you know you're right about what god is especially if you acknowledge that you can't possibly know if somebody's guilty enough to be on death row like if you've already acknowledged that you can't possibly know that with much more evidence than is presented for god how how can you be so sure that god exists that he is just that we are sinners because those seem like much more broad leaps into a presupposition than suggesting that somebody may have committed a crime worthy of the death penalty. I mean you seem to know him. I know a lot about what god thinks. How do you know i guess i know from from what scripture tells you which which scripture which scripture we talking about the the the old testament the new testament the koran the bag of gaeta uh-huh oh well i would say the probably the christian scriptures are the ones where jesus jesus pals around with prostitutes intel's without send to throw the first stone really and i think that's awesome. I think i have nothing against prostitutes into. That's a live valerie alary. Don't th okay. I am one of the i'm one of the most reluctant people on the planet to say that someone is lying because to me lying is an intentional attempt at deception. It's not just merely being wrong. You think that prostitution is depraved and hurts families and the prostitutes and now you're saying that you you don't have anything against prostitution. That's a lie. It has to be a lie. Just stand by what you think and i would say honestly not partly because i i feel like i would be the same way without god. You would be the same shitty person that you say. You don't have a problem with i can't i don't see how it sounds like that and i genuinely do not need it to i genuinely that's like saying. I don't mean to be racist but the jews are god's chosen people and everybody else's inferior. I don't mean to be racist. You don't agree with me that these sex industry weather whether a perfectly viable income or not can hurt marriages. I i agree with you. Anything can hurt marriages. I agree with you that any i had jaw. I i had a job that hurt my marriage. I had friends who've had jobs marriage. They can go anywhere near prostitution. The problems that you're pointing to aren't isolated to prostitution. I i awesome. You don't think that prostitution hurts a marriage more than the honey. I'm working too many hours and by the way do you think the prostitution can help a marriage. No well you're wrong. You are demonstrably way the fuck wrong right there. I mean i can tell you from.

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"alary" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"alary" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Inside the blocks at several balconies to allow air to circulate throughout the house. They decorated opulent Lii and filled the property with gorgeous furniture and the finest art the couple regularly threw lavish parties and were irregular feature in the society pages of the local paper. So all we may know a lot about we may not know excuse me. We don't know a lot about our thoughts is we do have historical documentation that she liked to party not gonna let six kids stop that. Like all public lives. The attention was a double edged sword in the case of Dell FINA Louis or Lewis. It would swing back to cut their heads off. Right. By the end of eighteen thirty two just a year after moving in the marriage had began to sour and the two hill but separated, so maybe it's the location. That's haunted. You know, nothing. Nothing weird is written about her until she moves here by Tober of eighteen thirty two rumors of the lottery, strange slave abuse begins to circulate or begin to circulate around New Orleans. Also in the fall of eighteen thirty two delphin, and Dr Lori petitioned the court to free one another of a two free. Excuse me to free another one of their slaves. Kind guest your or more cruelty? I guess gesture. I'm immense. Say gesture on November sixteen to eighteen thirty two Delfi and petitions for from four Jesus in a fish oil separation from Lou is the charge was Lewis was beaten her. Remember, these French wants to Lewis comes up Louis Louis if I go back and forth. It's the same dude. Her historians disagree as to whether or not this abuse actually happened. They'll FINA system that the abuse was ongoing. Here's a foreign statement from her Representative in court on the twenty six Tober last in the presence of many witnesses the said Louis Alary went so far as to not only ill-treat her, but was to beat and wound her in the most outrageous and brutish manner wherefore the plaintiff praise your honor to authorize her to sue her said husband for a separation from bed and board and Thenceforth to grant her decreed that they be separated from bed and board to authorize her to live separately from her said husband, so. You know, probably probably was being this makes me think that this new guy did beat her. She didn't seem to be one to make you know, a fictional claims. There's no record of her doing this with either one of her first husband's. So that's interesting to me as I as I think about what goes on coming up. This of course, is not usually brought up in a folklore of the subject. But yeah, definitely has questions the narrative, right? One question is edge questions. One question is were there was there any correlation between the freemen of the slave and Delfin cessation separate from her husband, you know, in some accounts. Both these events happened on the same day..

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"alary" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"alary" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"So most people have to rely on their investments to build wealth because they have a sense Alary in job. We have the ability to produce cash-flow on demand and build wealth. Not only much more rapidly. Our job is to not lose a and so that conversation flipped it. Because I think I'm making money to put into this thing to become rich. Where are the opposite is true? And it's like the business is what makes rich and now we just have to put in their crates and leverage. But do it in a way that doesn't lose. I mean, you know, what's interesting about that statement, I interviewed Mark Ford. Also and his team is pen name is Michael Masterson ramp. And he wrote one of my favorite books. Ready fire. It's interesting, but he would say that sounds like a very conservative statement. And then have that awesome. But ready fire eight you know, it was concerned financial hero super continue. I think it's probably learned a lot of lessons when he was. We also. As on your biggest risk is. That were. Okay with risk. Yeah. We're usually were comfortable missing. So I apply it that nature to my first set of investments back in two thousand nine. I just here's the grant. Here's here's in Greco. A lot of work out. And I was like now. Broke more essentially compared to where it was. Until I had that pithy for Mark. Which is like you made them you're done job. Well, done just ethanol, you know, Mike. That's that's a really interesting point. You know, don't lose money, right and Warren Buffett says donors Yanni. You know, people say that are, you know, there's another kind of another area of life were on people are losing money. And they don't really think about it the same way that so you Morse well divorce the big word is a very costly thing. And interestingly usually people think it's because he got half where she got half right in that they're bitter about that. But that's really not the biggest cost of divorce necessarily. It's being forced to liquidate assets at inopportune times. So if you've got a portfolio of real estate, you know, I always say time, you're divorces if divorce. Okay. House up time. Was a pretty good. Extent, the Trump trade in stark has now been pretty much wiped out. Right. So we'll always what was the other expensive you're but the other expenses just in like, I'm thinking about that. Because you know, we're sitting here in your beautiful house. Your secondhand in Austin, Texas, and we all live now in me being those recent in a no income tax state in when I'm in Orange County, California. You know, I was paying mortgage payments of fourteen thousand dollars a month. My property tax Bill was, you know, about fourteen grand a year, and my tax Bill was thirteen point three percent. So if you want to not use money, and I say this to my listeners all the time just get on a plane to get yourself to eventually, maybe you can't get up and move next year, right or this year, but you know, over five years if he can make a plan for your life to live in a no income tax state viral state in a no income earner does that tap property tests, so vivid taxes by. Property master. You have property taxes every reading. The real estate taxes are dramatically less Colorado than they are in Texas. They they haven't compacts swap, Texas, his high end tax. There are some no one can type robbery tapper high high property three percent, right. But, but you know, the thing about Texas is real estate is cheap. So even though the tax rate is high. You know, the real estate is not very expensive at the bet when they're caught it will. But you come from California mindset and everything looks right? You know, that's so real estate is not real expensive in in most Texas or not we're not confined geographically to Texas a running again yet sprawl, absolutely. Well, Mike where can people follow you.

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"alary" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"alary" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"We don't allow check raising. Yeah. Exactly. You check as you're gonna get yourself shot. Right. And what I said it was like dad, you're telling me that if you if I check raise you are going to shoot me. Kill me, if I checked and he's like, well, no, no. It's not exactly what I'm saying. I'm not gonna commit myself that statement. And that's essentially what happened is that? I was like all right. If you if you want to labor under that impression, that's that's your that's your life. You can do you? Can you can believe it if you want I'm not going to tell you because I'm not gonna lie. That's like my principal. When negotiate. I'm not going to say, I will not go and speak with Google. And in fact, if he played hardball with me, I would have said cool then. Yeah. Don't don't go off for me. I would have I would have gone walked all the way to the door and said, yeah, I mean, if that's if that's what is this is the best you can do. And I'm not gonna make the promise that I will not tell anyone else about what you offer me. That's I'm not willing to do that. If and then walking away, I would've walked away. Okay. I got some broader questions. Do you think that the tech industry is a ball of companies that are keeping salaries artificially low? That I knew the certainly done that in the past. Right. And so there's obviously big collusion case between the giants about Google, apple Alary. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I think to now I mean, I don't know. I mean, I would imagine there probably some kind of soft ways in which there is some sort of coordination going on. But I think also there's so many players now in the market, and there's so many tech companies that are just hard to actually collude that effectively right? There may be some quote collusion on the Unser the upper bound, but because there's so many startups now competing for the same talent. There's so many other companies that need tech workers. I think it's just hard to play the same beam the way that I think still that the way that the equity is structured makes there be some fundamental frictions in the market, even on the lower end where the people are actually getting hired would you mean can you elaborate, well, so if I'm a venture capitalist in I'm I own experts of a company with that company has X percent of cash. There's..

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"alary" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"It is not a UFC saying, this is what we pay our fighters. It is disclosure Athletic Commission as and you're also talked about the medical suspensions that has also post fight, whatever the Don accurate chairman. Those are then given fourth, but doesn't that's not give him forth by the UCS given forth by the Athletic Commission. I think that's important because some people may not know who's actually putting these things out there. Sure. But and now when guy sign the contract, right? There's a wink, wink nudge notes that we're gonna put it as this amount, but really gonna pay you this, right? There's a contract bonuses. There's all kinds of ways to make that number inaccurate. Now yes, the commission is is saying, this is the number, but that is not potentially the number the way the reason you have see doesn't want this number public is for the reason I just mentioned. Yeah, so that guys can't say why you making more. I'm rank this. He's ranked that if I'm a fighter, I wanted all public so that I can't compare right if I knew it Mike competitors were making that only. Benefits me and my management. Is it going to be an initial shock at first for fighters to do that do all fighters. I think there might be some reservations at first for having your salaries out there to the public because the against it the top dog or the small dog. I don't know. I think there's I wouldn't want people to know Mayes Alary. Sure. I don't know if you would or wouldn't based on. I don't care. It's not coming outside or it's not common anywhere, but sports in NBA NFL we know exactly how much these guys are being paid because it's it's publicly disclosed when they're they're more okay with it because they're making so much. Doesn't even matter at some point like, okay, with standard procedure at this point because they are used to that ecosystem, they are used to that environment. I think there will be an initial shock if everybody salaries are truly revealed. If the if the real money is is out there, but I think it will ultimately be beneficial. There's no doubt in my mind that knowing where you stand knowing the playing field will benefit everybody in combat sports. So my thought is, I think it would be good for fighters to know what everybody is making. I think you agree..

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"alary" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"It is not a UFC saying, this is what we pay our fighters. It is disclosure Athletic Commission as and you're also talked about the medical suspensions that has also post fight, whatever the Don accurate chairman. Those are then given fourth, but doesn't that's not give him forth by the UCS given forth by the Athletic Commission. I think that's important because some people may not know who's actually putting these things out there. Sure. But and now when guy sign the contract, right? There's a wink, wink nudge notes that we're gonna put it as this amount, but really gonna pay you this, right? There's a contract bonuses. There's all kinds of ways to make that number inaccurate. Now yes, the commission is is saying, this is the number, but that is not potentially the number the way the reason you have see doesn't want this number public is for the reason I just mentioned. Yeah, so that guys can't say why you making more. I'm rank this. He's ranked that if I'm a fighter, I wanted all public so that I can't compare right if I knew it Mike competitors were making that only. Benefits me and my management. Is it going to be an initial shock at first for fighters to do that do all fighters. I think there might be some reservations at first for having your salaries out there to the public because the against it the top dog or the small dog. I don't know. I think there's I wouldn't want people to know Mayes Alary. Sure. I don't know if you would or wouldn't based on. I don't care. It's not coming outside or it's not common anywhere, but sports in NBA NFL we know exactly how much these guys are being paid because it's it's publicly disclosed when they're they're more okay with it because they're making so much. Doesn't even matter at some point like, okay, with standard procedure at this point because they are used to that ecosystem, they are used to that environment. I think there will be an initial shock if everybody salaries are truly revealed. If the if the real money is is out there, but I think it will ultimately be beneficial. There's no doubt in my mind that knowing where you stand knowing the playing field will benefit everybody in combat sports. So my thought is, I think it would be good for fighters to know what everybody is making. I think you agree..

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"alary" Discussed on iMore

iMore

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on iMore

"There's I focus group results, promise you Laurie. I will not do that. Okay, thank you. Do you have any features working on now that you can speak about that you're willing to talk about with the future of in for that matter of your super awesome productivity upset. You have a fantastic os just one of many yet we, we don't discuss future development. I myself are anyway, I, I really shot myself, I guess even a better way of putting it shot myself a lot of times by trying to be too passionate about what's coming up. But here's the thing. We're always working on stuff. We have really big plans for fantastic l. there's always new stuff coming, obviously with MAC OS Mohave and the new IOS update coming world was going to support everything in a word, good app because we're a good ecosystem member, and I can't tell you what working on lots of things, but that's about all I can tell you who said three point now is in the possible near future. Then by we were talking about four earlier. For some DJ fantastical integration, but I'll I'll keep that on the wishlist, the calendars, your turn tables. Sprecher your scratcher events. I feel like with Syria suggestions. This is something that you could make happen somehow you always has Alary on Tuesday. Would you like to set up with? Lori on c. but if I go down that path lorry, then there's going to be fantastic out the social networks. Now you're right. The county. All right. Well, yeah. I mean, I think I think that's going to to pretty much do it for now for fantastic l. two point five, of course. We'll have a link to the show notes. I wrote a little announcement on two point, five hitting the MAC, but will link to the flexible website where you can check out card hop and chat. Allah g. as well. I know Renee is a big card hop, STAN. So be certain to check that one out because it takes contacts and makes them makes it something totally different. I think in a very good way, so be sure to check those out in Michael. I wanna thank you so much for hanging out with us here in talking about flexi bit flexi bits two point. Five. Ooh, maybe the whole company will get another being reinvented as. Got a cloning project for can't. That's where the social networks going to happen. Flexi bits the news network. I'll be yes, we are so grateful for you joining us here today and in talking about talking about the new up dates and we'll definitely have to have you back sometime. Talk more about all this great stuff. Absolutely. I'm sure they'll be more stuff to talk about and they definitely now before we get to the second half of the show, I wanna tell you all about a new exciting sponsor for us. It is a way away as a team of thinkers seekers end designers, which I'm sure many of you identify as well. Are there focused and inspiration is movement times of transition exploration and surprise they've got special objects? Yes, not just luggage anymore that our home on the road that carry you forward making your trip easier and in a small way, your life better, they've got the perfect luggage..

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"alary" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"John. Perry pot glasses, look, I think classes are crop to. I don't think you need them blasts. I think they go good with the whole British nerd thing. Do quit, you papers. Rainy the front here. You get too comfortable. You up there with the great Dustin Hoffman and Bob Dustin Hoffman his eighty. First of all, when you see them, you speak to him, you say, Mr. Hoffman Duke, an elder. That's how you don't know where you're from. I don't know where where you from Iraq come from elders, you treat them with respect and you let the elder saying, please call me on a first name basis with this. Did you get too comfortable dupe. And then John Oliver kept going. And then John Oliver said, why I need to ask you this a half to money. What are you fucking cop. And. You somebody annoyed did you to be to beat a fucking. What did you be. You fucking do. That's not show place. I smell him as you mother fighting. Place. You want stage asking him about this and you say you had to do it. Why didn't you ask Mr. Hoffman these questions face to face backstage since you had to do it right situ or so compelled to situate so bothered and disturbed by a, why didn't you just pull out from doing since you're so bothered in disturbed by what you knew he was down, why you went pull out your best. It's you're so morally, correct. Fuck outta here, yo, fuck out your John Alary trying to play that supper ship. So then this all night site, the route. Look it up, wrote a whole expose how I made comments about the Queen. Janet Jackson who hasn't been popping musically in years. Oh, well, she did a song with j. Cole that domain. It was a dope song. She still selling out arenas. Of course, she's selling out arena. She's Janet Jackson. She's I Kern. She's a star. She's fantastic. I ain't got nothing against Janet, Jackson, nothing, but love. They wrote a whole long thing. This dude is talking all kinds of fancy words and pseudo dis- Michael Rapaport culture appropriation this, that and the other, and he hasn't work and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, mouse Jordan cute at motherfucking. Willie hutch..

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"alary" Discussed on X96

X96

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on X96

"Elected former radio person in. In your, political like panel don't, do I know but it used to be he says on the radio program. It used. To be that women were. Held to a little bit higher standard we required we required modesty from women we now, now are we beyond those days. When a? Woman can behave as a slot but you can't call her slot what resources Yeah Lewis's campaign. Manager Becky Alary. Rush Lewis's campaign manager Becky Alary brushed off the slot comment in a. Statement to the Minneapolis Star Tribune this has all been litigated before and as Representative Lewis. Has, said some time and time again it was his job to be provocative well on the radio loses in, a tough, reelection campaign facing democrat. Angie Craig a former health care executive Lewis won the congressional seat in. Two thousand sixteen, by beating, Lewis That's wrong how can. He didn't beat Louis Louis didn't beat Lewis by beating someone else anyway So former radio what do I know if I can't call her a slot Number three let's review. The first two and votes or candidate, number one front runner is not porn this petty authority, of this transit worker Utah. Transit worker confronting women for. Going into the bathroom move together on front runner and you know it's, okay it's okay if. It's the policy inform them, of the policy and say don't do that again please don't do that again. But to then call them names and, shame them in front of other passengers that's just outrageous Boehner candidate number two just because you're a kid doesn't mean you, can steal the restaurant posting Facebook videos in this case of. A young girl stealing a tip in the restaurant and Boehner? Candidate number three, what do I do if I can't call her a slot MRs round one You've got to decide of these three candidates which one, is the worst which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and get that fifty.

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"alary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My name's alary i'm calling from san francisco california how are things by the good it's a really nice day for the summer i'm so glad to hear it so it's freezing and what do you do there i graduated from college a year ago so i just got a job at a marketing consulting firm what did you major in college richard degree in oh i majored in art and art history really remember read wives girl with a hoop and girl with a bucket paintings yeah was that his daughter i don't know one college ellery welcome to the show booker this is going to perform for you three news related limericks with the last word phrase missing from each of them if you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly to the lyrics you'll be a winner ready to play here we go here's your i i am skinny and life as a sprinter because the frost is a good gene imprinting dad took off his fleece now i won't be obese because my parents conceive me in winter yes a new scientific study indicates that if you have sex in the winter the children you might conceive are going to be at a lower risk for obesity nice stress the conception part if your children are already born it will not help unless they walk in on you lose their appetites works out wow isn't that amazing apparently sex in cold weather produces a certain kind of tissue which gets passed onto your offspring and helps fight obesity it's real quick speaking of conception bill could you say you're opening line where you said hey their ovaries again hey there over is i just feel like that is the greatest fertility treatment known three million women just immediately started ovulating they better not of they're going to have fat care.

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"alary" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on WEEI

"Alary shirt so does he keep his pay this year does he i think he's done enough it's not gonna make that much doesn't matter contract restriction veteran minimum is going to be close to a million dollars i this guy's been on hold for some time he wants to talk to lou so here's john new hampshire hi john shame will on you shame on you and your union you're the reason why these minor leaguers aren't getting paid an opportunity every time you go to the bargaining table with these owners that aren't gonna give anything tight they they won't go with with no fighting you guys got to these young guys not in a union good point i agree on you and you make them members allow them a poor waited membership the best member is the next member the the union let let him in jerry union will listen they don't have anybody to fight for them they don't have i know i agree with you i agree with you i agree with you i'm not in the union else i mean used to do this guys mlb skewed this thing up guys that have the clout guys like me they need to represent these young guys like me not you obviously the problem is the problem the nfl wants these players get older they stopped caring about the younger guys that are coming up or the fact of actually reverse the older guys that are retired for the nfl the guys that are retired agree other plans they're like us screw we'll never get any mlb pa but the mvp as not going to congress to try to make sure this never happens again they should be they should be fighting it should be fighting right you collected we why wait for it to go to congress and the worst part about it is that like the mlb has actually negotiated for these minor leaguers in the draft and they've actually can have the right to negotiate a slot system they don't have a right to negotiate or they don't negotiate for them for salaries joke right isn't choke they should allow them you don't allow them in your union radio i always say they can't afford you know union dues at a normal major leaguers pan let them let him in the ten dollars a year but missed out on the experience of being a minor league.

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"alary" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on WCTC

"The hands of the tigers last year as well as a recipe building gave with all eu big of a fourteen year in today's rpi fritz being overnight seed at i think it's clear want that what we see with the tigers fell alevis profile the west of the pieces puts news going to finish first or second at the ivy league this is a golden opportunity for rutgers to get a solid at the height of of top 50 win in the rpi if not more because the tigers could be there six into today going to be around twenty plus weeds and probably where the ivy if not be be identified as luy ralph and not to mention the fact that the confidence through a win in this game would bring up the ruth ct bug thirty last year coming back and delivered did out a year with a win and i think with tallus gave i could just i give a hear her now saying this was a game we wanted as she came out played that way she has not scored yet the third quarter but she still has a gamehigh eighteen points while rutgers is built up his lead up to thirteen points mark what opened the subtlety just weeks that have been made here the seven minutes while the scarlets is roads thugs to drive the ball through the grass group now when they have greater term to go to the basket they've been successful women's circuit suck 3's they have given us accept it for example weicker key examples pretoria has pulled up for a short jumper just short of the free throw line brick drive to the basket gets the ball in perfect striepecke familia princeton has the ball and they vowed as they have it left to right president has never beaten what cures act the wreck sixteen five is the alltime series sweetener all pick and pop owlry for three six welldesigned played at the time out alary with ten her second three fortythree 33 ellery still taken it inside against the squalid nights and not a large number of attempts either for bella alary is ten game far left wing rallies fall of course yati cryer facing 230 look by prints did choir twice the knife through to how to deflected away by buyers and the pickup uttered east side by george stalwart is 6foot4 of buford georgia back of the.

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"alary" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alary" Discussed on WCTC

"Wallets avenue shot clock for rutgers straight up top gigi sanders pass it side stage carry beautiful look for it easy to walk away by kk beautiful drug this market clinton serb is in a greek goons by the insecure first fuel goal for station thirty 225 25or year left to light brits deep rockers maintaining a mantoman look far right corner then sydney jordan junior six with guard far rightwing littlefield asking for the high screen for alary can't use it goes near right wing for will edgy up top alary shot clock two three four equitor jordan could tested you no good rapids a bad of the redouble right till ralatively for workers rollins pushing 3on3 out to cryer fall of quarter acquire back outside to the tralee pretoria harris go good long jumper probably that her chuck not shut you won't see victoria hers tcu you want to see her continue to drive through the book the times food continued leader progress down in police got an hit on a layup there farright wing alary thought about the three pass to the free throw line robinson you're right wing will edgy uptapped to the free throw line roberts id and we get a three second called against princeton that'll be sippy jordan who is now played more on the inside recently she profiles as a wing player to you started this score lots and it for kordi bang heart and her tigers that is there are led the turnover grew break for the scarlett nights right there big get a bucket right now we can break this game open rutgers by seven nearly four minutes gone third quarter this is turned into a chess match sanders left double free throw on shop our store it's wanda kk sanders saw that quickrelease that on alary a woman she underneath but could call bart score and that could have changed the restore quarter allah read states still with water why left for kk said use after the make cheese at eighty eight percent coming in rhetoric ak did not score against fdu so that might fuel like a a weight off my shoulders as she battles.

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