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"amanda palmer" Discussed on podnews

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on podnews

"Musician author and Speaker Amanda. . Palmer has launched a weekly podcast, , the art of asking everything, , and of note, , the show entirely paid for by over fifteen thousand people on patron. . US is now on series news service on phones, , tablets, , and home part. . Hey theory plain news from pot news is how to hear US and hey theory change my news to pod news is how to hear us more. . He'll find us in the tech news category in the US. . Canada UK and Australia also things that work are collector play news from news or. . Plain news from news podcasting news. . New Research from pod news shows away to identify up to fifty percent more user agents according to a piece published yesterday and sounds profitable pod Muses Aztec newsletter it uses our s s user agent data and it's all open on get hub. . You can subscribe to sound profitable. . And Tech Dot Org News Dot net. . Wonder about the power of podcasting pogue Save America has helped raise twenty two point seven million dollars from over a quarter of a million people to help a campaign against US politician Mitch. . McConnell. . As one of the organizers of the British podcast awards Matt deegan notes it's a great example of supercharging an audience. . Acosta's launched in Canada with Canadian empty had Gordon formerly of CBC and Radio Canada. . It launches working with chorus CBC e one and others and has already had more than eleven million downloads the companies now operating on the ground in ten countries around the world. . Two hundred and eighty thousand shows started in the last ninety days Steve Goldstein writes in an article showing house and when to pull the plug on your podcast. . Captivate podcast host is to integrate with ZAPPA and are looking for Beta testers. . Apia allows the number of automation triggers with over two thousand APPS and services. . We use it to post stories to twitter facebook and link Tin I'm an adviser to captivate and do you wish your favorite blogs on news websites could be podcasts. . Herald part is a new service that lets you email articles to turn them into a personal podcast. . Fade would into a sample podcast from the system today. . And in Polk News and other podcast about podcasts on the way, and , if that sounds a bit matter, that's , because it literally is it's cold matter a podcast about podcasts. . It's presented by nine podcast reporter in Australia Peter Wells working with a cast, , the ABC's trace podcast has just published the final episode of trace the informer examining a lawyer who represented some Australia's most dangerous criminals while secretly working as a police informer. . Between the devil launched yesterday new show from scripted horror network the violet hour in one, , thousand, , nine, hundred, , , five, , the war child charity album help was released help the story of the war child album documents. . The album's creation with lots of interviews from many of the key figures behind the records creation and whirlwind from Entercom cadence thirteen will have its first episode tomorrow telling the story of the seventy five year battle between the US and Russia could lead to the election and impeachment of an American President, ,

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

13:53 min | 5 months ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Youtube. History really is where my brain turns to Mush. Yeah a lot of calls about youtube and it's like I agree that these people are who's and I agree that they could. I mean this episode of the Josh Charles. James Charles James Charles. Video has over eight million views already like this is a highly watched show and I'm not even putting air quotes around show because this looks like something I would see on Bravo like The production values are high on the show. But like it's too much. It's too much for for me. Personally I think for you to you watched it. There's two I I watched it. I watched up until I realized that the the actual elimination challenge was not apology related. It was about how to make a. I mean. They are teaching these people skills life lessons. If I'M BEING HONEST. How to make collaboration video so they had an actual famous youtubers. Each of them was paired with an actual famous youtubers. They had to like make a fake collaboration video. All right you guys. I am so proud of all of you for taking these scandals hat on. Hopefully this will not be training for the future but if it is not you know exactly what to do. I'm pretty sure that you would all make out of these uncanceled at alive. So congratulations guys. James Will Josh Charles. That's shows are ONA triggering. That's our own age bias. Which is a problem but the thing with him is that he has done things that are genuinely shitty and deserve apologies but this just implies like never been sorry for them doesn't learn from anything doesn't give a shit thinks it's hilarious and now like spinning into a joke which like you have have to admire but then half to to look back and be like. Wow you're like truly evil it's like I don't see any of these. Fake apologies in the realm of like dragged Finn which rock on twitter while texting during their movie on opening night or something member. That wasn't that him. It wasn't Finn which rock it was It was James was was making fun of Fenwick truck or something. It wasn't Finn. Which where did you get Finn with truck? Then wolf ARD out. Sorry there are two who we Finns. I'm sorry using the two nights he was mocking like a child actor and then at the premiere movie it wasn't even if he was at a he was just add a screening of it and was texting during an Enfin Wolf Heart. Excuse me that I got dorsal. And I don't know in Wichita view. Be The thing you remember is pretty funny. Yeah I know but he was texting during the movie. Fan Got Mad at him and then James had to release a crying apology video in the back seat of I believe right because and that was even funnier because that video was over a doing it for the actual offense so that was like over he. He was so embarrassed. That came out almost two apology. And you're like WHOA. Whoa WHOA WHOA. You didn't even do anything that that that that that wrong. And you've done stuff wrong and not even given this type of apology before here. You are sobbing about texting during a Fin Wolf Heart Wolf. Hard not withdraw. No it's Wolf pectoral Wolford. That's it Wolf Art. It's Finley Wolford. God Fin Wolfert. He's the things child. One of Wolf Fin Wolford Child Stranger things child. God my brain is melting out of my ears. If you say female minus two my brain melting out of Myers when we got this email in the WHO weekly inbox breaking news. David dobric becomes the highest value Internet influence or according to demaree analytics Business Lindsay started I guess. The data from our portfolio of analyzed content creators like David tells the story of continued consistency during this time of quarantine says de Marie Analytic CEO. Frank Spatafora get weirder and then Franks. Ceo Frank spot of De Maria. You named it after his Abby Veterans Day my name Analytics Company after you it's Di it's D- apostrophe Mirage like of Marie Good Job David Brations. David how're you? How was your weekend vibe? Chuck Pretty Good Fine Field decent today waking up at least a decent feel. Sorry God feel as good as I'm gonNA feel. I feel I didn't have to watch last night so nice like loving the lack. Sing Sunday I had I watch. Titanic instead what may say? It was amazing. All of titanic. It was great. You know you made the big lasagna. And you watch the movie. I did the ball exactly what I did. And the big. Lasagna was which I made late because I didn't have everything in time. Amazing it was amazing. Of course it was amazing. Lasagna's amazing you could throw me any lasagna recipe in the world. It would be amazing as there are layers of lasagna sheets. And now I feel like the thing about the big LASAGNA. Which I'm would be thrilled to make. And maybe we'll attempt one day as well just striking experience is I've made before. That is like half ass lasagna. Version of that which is like no. You're Kinda like just layer shit you have and it was honestly iconic. I trust me. I understand that. The big is probably better but like any LASAGNA. The way that you make lasagna is GonNa be come on good and when you end the thing is like I was. I was even I was prepared. I haven't made LASAGNA and a long time from scratch like I made a couple kind of half ass LASAGNA's like you were talking about like only a few layers you could put together like GonNa weeknight. Whatever but I haven't done something like this in a few years and I was prepped for my kitchen to get completely crazy bat. Shit nuts dirty but not really. Because I didn't because I didn't make the pasta homemade which is the totally optional thing. It doesn't get crazy and so I was like oh I'm done and the kitchen is totally reasonable. I like cleaned up a little bit and was fine. It was great another Lasagna for days. Frozen LASAGNA it. To me is the ultimate reward. It's not even the accomplishment of doing. It's just the idea that lasagna freezes so well that would be the only reason. I would attempt big LASAGNA. At this point it it freezes well and it also slice as well so you can make your individual porch area very easily on my bed. Yeah like you can have lasagna. Every night plus whatever else you have in house. You're making me WanNa like make the lasagna again. I know that was my that was my mother's Day activities speaking of Mother's Day So Mother's Day was upon us and we got you know the avalanche of Mother's Day posts from celebrities across the spectrum. My favorite of Oh one of my favorites was the one posted by none other than Olivia. Jade in honor of her mother the iconic Laurie Lachlan and she said happy. Mother's Day to all the mamas out there. I think that's my least favorite thing that's happened in the past few years. When did we suddenly start calling? On Mothers Mama's I can't deal with this Mama's four Mama's this for being Mama. Thank you God for Mine. White Hart White Hart White Hart White Heart. You are my best friend and of held my hand every day for twenty years making it look like not while you were really well. She was wrong. She wasn't having her hand held She was seeking the photo. You made it look. Like motherhood is an easy job. You are one of a kind. I love you so so so much and cannot wait to give you all the love in the world today and forever. Thank you for being you. You are the most special person to me. Space period space. I am so blessed to be your daughter and so proud to call you mom period heart. I love you. I mean old photo of her. You're telling me that Lori doesn't deserve this you're crazy Lori. This is a fully deserved If my mom also scam to get me into college I would also make a post and write all this stuff to her too. I saw a headliner solid tweet. That was like you know. She is the ultimate mom. Because she's willing to go to jail for her daughter and I was like excuse you Lori. Lockman is not willing to go to jail. She's she's doing. She's going out of her way to go to jail. You would've done one week fourteen months exactly and now she's she could have gone to jail for what exactly was going to. Guantanamo because she's hoping was like Hell No. I will not go to jail for one week for my daughter like felicity. Listen men who in Probably Laurie. Lachlan's mine is a dumb ass. Our just gave up and Laurie refuses to let this for two to three days. Two to three days a minimal to a minimum security prison for two to three days. Speaking of other posters Kristen Cavalieri celebrated Motherhood Amid Jay Cutler divorce. That's a page six headline. I loved that everything has amid the divorce. Now force. It's so funny as if like the concept of this post implies that. She's not allowed to do that because she's getting divorced or something like she celebrates motherhood amid her divorce as if that is like two things that are pushing against each other. She call being among the greatest gift as she spent her first. Mother's stay single. That to me was single but that was really funny to me. It's like in her whole life. I guess they're like doing the math or like she's been married to him every time she says kids at the first time she had kittens Jasmine woman. And I guess and then we have the most curse headline of the weekend which was Elon. Musk's model mom may shares cute photo of her new grandson exit twelve on Mother's Day nicknames. The child as the SPACEX. Ceo Calls his little boy. Acute d three point one four purposes Cutie Pie. Nothing Lamer then a Pie Mathematical Pedro. Nothing nothing nothing lamer and also whenever you're the CEO of Tesla like think of a better job. If you should know more than Pie math joke I get it. You should be ashamed. The only math joke that you should be doing that Stephen Hawking only could get or at least that he remain. That's at least Eddie. Reid means like I get it. I studied scientists twice. You know. Yeah is that on his resume so this is really intense. This started breaking Sunday night morning. One of the Jonah Kate plus eight One of the kids that John McCain had Colin who Justin Sixteen wished his alternate sixteen while they all turned sixteen. Wished his step mom. Happy Mother's Day but not kate and everyone's like Collins out here being petty and he said turns out today as Mother's Day today we pay love for our mothers but I don't think mother can describe all the things colleen has done for me and it's just like all about mother colleen. You are more than other to me. You are one of my guidelines. One of my guiding. Light's pizza. It's sort of like wow. John picked right the second time right. It's true and we always make fun of John but I guess he has a nice girlfriend who we don't really hear about my. I mean the only time we've ever made fun of John. The past like Ernestine dumb. I've ever mentioned John in the past fibers. Wouldn't he was doing those? Dj Gigs and had like or whatever but seems like that just means he's out here supporting his five six sixteen year olds or whatever more it's Giannakopoulos eight his eight children. He has eight children. That was the entire thing. Yeah whatever the other the final piece of Mother's Day News Talk. This is my favorite post. So Jemima Kirk of girls fame Amongst other things posted a great post. It's a picture of The nanny and her kid and it says and happy Mother's Day to suites by Stacey Eighty two than any. I can't stand playing with children's we've literally saved them in me a whole lot of boredom. Thank you for making me a better mother and for being nothing short of another mom to my children which is like. Oh my God so nice and do yeah. I saw some post being like. This is the first one I've ever seen the celebrity. Do this busy. Phillips has done the other celebrities that is true but the admission. I can't stand with. Children is so funny. It's so like you know it's Kirke Kirke in. Yeah and she's so nothing but herself you know and that is always something that. I am very amused by with with her. She's great it reminds me of the Extremely ICONIC SEX IN THE CITY. Sketch from SNL. Rachel drag is the Miranda and. They're having their COSMO's. Rachel graduates this holding a doll baby like by the leg like it's just very comical. She's holding the baby and Charlotte who I think. Is Amy poehler complaining about wanting a baby and Rachel Trach holds up the doll baby and says. Do you want this one? I hate it added announcement to Harry and I have decided to adopt a you. Want this one here online onto arm. Us. Updates has an update yeah. Let's move onto relationships that will move onto divorces. We have a lot of people. We've like Mother's Day relationships divorces today like it's a terrific day politic monumental moment this is truly I mean I know everytime I say this every time I say oh this is my favorite onto Armas. And this is my favorite banana update right. This is my favorite banana date. So since we last banana and they were spotted together obviously walking the dogs and they got locked out and he had to climb the fence. That was like a big event. A big banana. Every talk about that now it was. You know we didn't talk about it. We sweet it. It's more just like you have to see the fellows locked down. He has to climb the fence..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

13:51 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Momentus Week Tom not to be presented his poem with you by the way it's been a while one thing. I'm looking at a lot of guests. Steve Davis the Nugget Steve Interesting Davis Amazing Legend. He is not because we snowcap but you know what I like about him. He's a massive profound. His name he really is nothing. He'll be touching upon that for sure a little bit later that well. We've got onto keyboards on ready. Yeah I'm ready occasion. Bill Weber Nick heavyset had to drink twelve pints to steady his hand before playing the game one visit extraordinary your favorite that era other than obviously upcoming guest Steve Davis we would have to probably be Alex the Hurricane Higgins Force of nature force of nature quite smooth. ooh kind of North American kind of silver foxes cliff thought mustachioed yeah. Steve's defeats him and Second World Championship final he did and then yeah. I know but you know what what's going to happen next week. No one knows only Peter I could possibly Selena escape them in the studio Tokyo pizza of He's in the studio. Thank you very much well. Thank you very much. Tom A pleasure. You're going to be signing force with a flourish I yes I am unforced and this is this will be my final dispatch from the studio here Madari House but fortunately there is a scintillating array of global affairs on the agenda here to satiate even the most famished of news fans so firstly on Monday poor old Pedro Sanchez Spain's acting acting prime minister has just until close of play on Monday to cobble together a coalition of disparate parties who all want different things and basically anything short of a political miracle something which he is woefully unequipped to deliver will mean the country will go to the polls on the tenth of November for another general election now that would make four in as many years. This is an article saying everywhere impossible to build coalitions yeah and the same exhausted aw state rank of politicians grimly clinging on trying to get something done and just failing time after time. It's the same wherever you look. Perez worked cutout then and he does he doesn't need all now two Wednesday yeah while time is running out for Padre. Sanchez is also running out Uber in London. It's licensed to operate operate. Here is due to expire on Wednesday so anybody thinking about getting Uber's to work might WanNa think again. What's going to happen for well? This is the thing the regulator in this city transport for London. We may be familiar with it rejected. The Silicon Valley companies licensed renewal request in two thousand seventeen so British judge in two thousand eighteen drawn to Dubar a probationary fifteen month license which expose that's interesting because this this was something that we're all kind of aware of big news story because I think it had I mean Furlan with a hold of Germany but certainly you can't do any ride hailing APP certainly ebba and things like that and someone funny. We possibly rely on late at night early. In the morning who knows when bosses strangely we will kind of like yeah yeah and a lot of the black cab drivers of London traditional black cabs are kind of up in arms every five minutes about this so thing and hate it when you're in traffic behind driving union back cap but you kind of forget these things go around and come around that this probation period become about it so that's this. Wednesdays uh-huh okay. I think it's going to run around and run. run run run run right. things say okay so that sabre what what will become of it exactly so so then on the twenty fifth of September an exciting launch for the International Space Station so expedition sixty one is scheduled to blast off from Baikonur collection of international astronauts will be blasting off. They're getting out to pizza on expedition sixty one just AH research bits and bobs yeah. That's going to be an array of research going out there floating around that kind of thing pizza. Thank you very much for many months of niece. Okay heads the monocle. Weekly wishes you a fond farewell for your future ventures and we'll be hearing from Palma stay tuned from busking on the streets to playing in front of audiences of thousands. Amanda Palmer has truly experienced the span of success as a musician once part of the dressed in Dole's she spent the last years as a Solo August following Ohio to she hundred with a new album there will be no intermission and also recently released a standalone single. Everybody knows somebody addressing the wave of if my shootings in the US proceeds from downloads go to change the Ref Dot Org a nonprofit ended impairing younger people to make real change around gun safety michaels Augustine match hilary cut with Amanda Palmer to learn more about how work and creating an autistic response the strange times we live in it gets more and I have found a songwriter that it's a lot easier to write. Write a song when I am sorting through some kind of anger trauma negatively because otherwise why would I why would I need to connect with you if I'm not trying to sort something out or trying to express something frustrating which is not to say that I can't write a song song about you know a beautiful sunny day or having fantastic sex like I've done that. It's great that can do. I can do it but as I think as as human beings 'cause we've used art and ritual and religion and whatever for a really long time when we need to connect with one another about about important tectonic emotional societal movements. That's why we do it why we do our end you know if anything the like the collision of trump with where the world is at or America is at on the Internet and artistically the last few years has been you know at turns inspiring in terms terms really disappointing because you know as is a like as a kid who grew up in the eighties worshiping the sixties and especially worshiping the idea that like art could change the world and change the course of history and change of course of women's rights and change the course of how we vote and do everything. It's you know it's hard to watch my generation grapple with how to respond and are typically to something so fucked up at no one really knows what to do at all in any department not the press not the artists not the like it's all everyone just feels like we're GonNa Tailspin and at the same time some of the art that has come out of the trump era. I think a lot of things have come out sideways. A lot of what I see is instead of people making overtly political Kohl anti-trump art if had a lot of women just leaning into the Mike saying. I'm going to fucking tell you how it is and not feels like if if there's an artistic movement fomenting it feels like it's that it's the right response isn't it because more than trump obviously has his his policies but more than that he represents and he represents a set of values that a riposte to where we like to think we were. I think people have told we've told ourselves we are but whereas you say women signs pens e you mean by we will exactly right this reaction against the kind of higher level of values rather than against specifically his policies this season the Middle East say is art can oppose apart absolutely will because if he has a- values or value system you know it seems to be about the worst side of the American dream right the like all get mine you get yours. It's all about winning and losing and he who dies with the most toys wins and you know not even to bring feminism into it and why and how we judge one another and what has value and you know and and it is sort of like a I think it took a second for everyone in the artistic sphere to to like snap to it and look around because first of all no one was prepared for this and the you know after the initial shock shock of the you know the earthquake of trump being elected. There's sort of all these aftershocks were sort of trying to like find are footing and not fall all over and then you know how how to respond to that because everyone knows it's not about trump. It's not about that man. It's he represents. You know I keep saying he's sort of like a pimple on an iceberg of a way larger problem of just you know endemic ingrained racism sexism classism you know this sort of Bizarro American meritocracy that everyone sort of believes believes in and the you know in the artistic response to that really since you can't win the argument the artistic response to it needs to the just be truth. You know like an end arguable truth of experience from minorities from women from people who are actually being impacted by this shitty rules in rags that this particular government is putting into place and that's you know and hopefully enough of that is is going to amount to something isn't just going to be you know people making fun of trump. Even though you know flying lying baby balloons of trump is fucking genius. I wish I wish we did it more but I mean I think fundamentally is. It's like the it's the sharpest weapon we have is just the truth. Sang it deeming it exposing again and again and again and again or let's pick up on that during the truth because I think as a songwriter you have this you have this kind of jewel platform right on the one hand you can lyrically you can kind of explore the ideas that we've just been discussing but also performance you can perform actions that in some way. Ah Statement and opposition to thing or in support of something else and of course done this I wondered about how you how your performance how your songwriting songwriting how those things Mary just more prosaically in terms of your kind of artistic practice how you sort of split them up and how you view each one the best way to answer that question question is to say I'm. I'm always really careful not to have any plan because the minute I have a plan first of all I know I'm never going to stick with it and second of all I'm really doomed because as an as an artist as a songwriter at least the one that I've become I'm pretty any much totally reactive and and I've tried to get better and better and better at being reactive so if that means waking up one day and writing a song about climate change because the newspaper made me cry great so be it if it means writing about my struggles in my marriage great so be it if you know whatever shows up that's what I'm going to try and capture other was you know I will wind up sort of painting myself into to my own ghetto of topics and and an agenda which just doesn't work as a writer. We've spoken about the need for autism to process these he's kind of external forces through that work but I wonder if you've noticed any change in the appetite on the part of urgencies people looking for a different kind of material and similarly with the performance you've kind of got the show's coming up at the union chapel. They're going to be very intimate and I was thinking about Nick Cave who's recently been touring his conversations when Nick Cave another fan yeah he's great but he's been doing these very intimate conversations. He's been inviting the audience to ask him questions playing a few songs. I wonder if that reflects this like do you have do you have the sense that actually what people want isn't necessarily spectacle. What they want is what they want is intimacy with they want as connection connection and and connection can happen in a lot of ways but I think there has been a widening of the artistic vocabulary that can be used. I had a great conversation a couple of months ago with Hannah Gadsby and I was lucky enough to actually see her show when she was still doing so before she blew up and got huge and we were at the same conference and I had dinner with her and I do think you could have done on this show ten years ago and gotten this kind of response and she said no way the world wasn't ready to be able to stand in the fire of that show which if you haven't seen it you should go watch it on Netflix. Because you really challenges the you know the the boundaries of what an an artist an audience does with one another a net cave same thing I mean I I've been a knick fan..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"More exciting guests literally. Just bet each other today on on twitter which turned into what you coming close the show. I'm so excited almost as exhausted she's here. Margaret Atwood is here who your hands together and making credible credible. We're hearing noises for the incredible amount of fucking. Oh Wow actually wow so when you said I'm not come about naked. I genuinely thought you were joking. You don't know me very well. I'm not a comedian dubs. The singer as I said we just met today is going on tour around the U K magic. Can you tell us a little bit about what you talking about. I just finished a three months of a North American tour. I'm about to like just started the Iranian leg of the tour and it's coming through the UK and Ireland. It's basically a three hour storytelling tour. I'm closed during my actual show. This is just a publicity stunt and my husband's upstairs so it's safe and I talk really candidly I have a new album just came out in March called. There will be no intermission stunning album really sleep flop and I talk really candidly on stage about what it was like to go through three abortions and natural childbirth an an miscarriage and it's really funny actually is because it would fucking have to be because that's what I'm talking about. It could not be a more feminist show. I'm I'm just so excited to see it. Everyone should get tickets and tell people around the UK and in other parts of the world where you'll touring it and you're going to sing us out today with an amazing zone then put your hands together for a problem.

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"From Western bookshop shop in piccadilly the spontaneity shop presents the guilty feminist with me Deborah Frances White Guest Co hosts Kema Bulb and very special guests catcher Llodra and Amanda Palmer talking about about the testaments by Margaret Atwood featuring a very special performance from by Margaret Atwood came up. This is genuinely exciting is genuinely thrilling. They're really cool cool. Moment is a cool time. Is this like testament. Eve basically comedies. I know I've been waiting so so long. I just Kinda counting down the days and then did you hear what happened. Amazon accidentally released googlers eight hundred books in America on preorder Amazon's History Phillip. It wasn't an active feminism well. Oh Okay I have looked on the Internet for this theory and I kind of find it. I think it is mine alone and I don't think anyone else's realized what happened. WHO works for Amazon who has to go and get those books. And what do we know about them. The scuffling around that no lot bathroom breaks that running here they're running. They're paid on the minimum wage have you. We've seen only exposes eight. Hundred is a very specific number because when you think about the amount of handmaid's books that must have been on preorder in the United States of America definitely would've been tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands surely a million. I'M GONNA go with a million on preorder feels. Good feels right a million so I mean you would know your American. There's so many of us I would have voted a million. Okay Americans do things big. They didn't order eight one hundred copies so my question is why did the people scarring around in that basement. Why did they send out eight hundred the books. I am telling you it is a message from the bowels of Amazon. We ought handmaid's. Please come and get us now. I truly believe if if you were to get your hands on one of those eight hundred books would fund coded messages inside words underlined now what we need to work tonight as a true crime mystery is is what does the eight hundred mean. I've been trying to work it out. So does anyone have a copy of the handmaid's tale here. Yes great. You have a copy on you. Can you say for example page eighty and then find the tenth sentence 'cause I swear I swear we need to get a microphone to do. You need to come up here one of my looking for ten foot eight hundred. I'm looking at you PACEY. I need you to count ten sentences. Dot Ten lines down from the top feels like a religious experience. It is okay ready. Blessed be the fruit. I'm an office department in the Bedroom Yoga Bedroom. You Bet you was. That's a clue that she was US okay. I'm in our first apartment in the bedroom departments somewhere the she feels she owns well she having now a flashback back to when she was in her first amendment. He's not what it's about. Yes and she was in the bedroom so this handmade is imagining a time when she was home mm-hmm and when she wasn't safe what safer place in the House the bedroom that of course is your absolute safest place. It's your hood. Is your sister your cap so what a message from the handmaid's inside Amazon saying is we remember a time yet when capitalism did not have us in this basement and that's what they're saying and we wish to be back in that TUB. Can you please come and say it's a cry for help. Yeah being more writes joint about anything. Say Look back. Remember the time and you had an apartment yeah and don't forget don't forget that's. That's what they're saying. Now it could be that the eight hundred is significant but not in that particular way. If that's the case of anyone else feels like that way in particular it was well it maybe significant in a number of ways. Does anyone else have any ways that number eight hundred could be significant. I'll leave it with you. Come back to you later because I just don't. I don't think this was not a day must've lock and key. It's a message I feel like instincts to point here. NFL like the rest of you to detective active has done a really start thinking about how we gonna save the Amazon minors what I'm also delighted by here tonight. At the HANDMAID's inmates book launch is we have candy maid's tale here we have like green eminem's of the testaments and we also have little testament cupcakes hop cakes so they even have a little am for Margaret I but look these cupcakes scary. Yeah I know the cupcakes of oppression. Would anyone like one depicting an oppressed woman. The head is down so you know that she knows what's good for yeah. Okay okay now. It's it's also sounds all right. Is everyone likes for the test of suicide so site so this is our special edition of the guilty feminist does handmaid's here at the Testament's book launch with Margaret Atwood in this building. 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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Speaking about not being alone. You brought up Neal a handful of times who's your husband young came in and who's a writer, well known has his own tremendous candidate work. There's video here. Member sought. Was two thousand eight ten years ago. Little black and white video. It was shot on somebody's cell phone. I think it was you after show the cloud club backstage issue this the weekend we met Israeli it's Neil sitting in a chair. Yearly hanging out your underwear with your your belly. Yeah. And you're playing and singing him creep Radiohead, and really three feet apart and the cameras on the back of you, and it's on his face, he like he is gone. He is somewhere else in. What was happening in that moment? God, what, what a moment to unpack. Well. If I'm going to be completely honest about it. And why would I be anything else? Neil and I were both in other relationships when that happened. Neela just got divorced, but he has an his ex had been separated for a long time. He was dating a couple of people one of whom he was staying with in my apartment in Boston. I was with my now ex boyfriend Michael at the time. And I had just met Neil. And I, of course, wanted to impress him. And I wanted to impress him in the way that amount of Palmer impresses people, which is like, you know, being shameless in bohemian. And the person taking that video was my. Seventy five year old landlord. His night vision camera. And he's like he is legendary in my life. And I even read about him in my book. He's, he's a great bizarre. Thinker eccentric, outsider artists, patron, early patriot of mine in many of my friends, because he, he bought these buildings in Boston, and kept the rent dirt cheap so that he could provide an expensive housing for artists, and in a funny way that like that performance was also for him. It was for Lee because Li lives for such moments, as all look, you know, there's an artist and there's another artist in one of them is in her underwear, and one of his acting bashful, and look, she's got her ukulele. I must run and get my camera and. You know, and then there's also like, I think, in my mind, I was playing I was already playing the tape going like, oh, my boyfriend is gonna think I'm being way too flirty with Neil Gaiman. But oh it's like look it's Neil game. And I've just met him. He's got a girlfriend. I've got a boyfriend and I'm flirty with everybody. And of course, this is allowed 'cause everything's allowed and were all very free and open. But, you know, it's funny when you look back at my early, even our early Email exchanges Neil, and I were we were fascinated by each other. And we were both really trying to impress each other even like, well before we started dating, because we were both we were both dig celebrated personalities in our own worlds. He wasn't the celebrity and I wasn't the celebrity, we were both the celebrities in our own little cult pla-. Planets and, you know, and I think that was really lowering to both of us because we Swedes sort of met our matches. He couldn't impress me with his Neil Gaiman 'cause I was like you can't impress me. Amanda Palmer, I have amount of Palmer nece..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Good Life Project

"And super excited to share this special edition of music in may with our special guests, Amanda Palmer, so Amanda, I came to my attention Ashley chunk of years back when she made a major break after strong career in music, leaving her label and went out on her own launching, what soon became the largest music Kickstarter project in history, raising a tremendous amount of money, and since then taking even additional to crowdfunding her career going on patriotic, and amassing a tremendous number of patrons, who helper go out and do the work in the world. She has a new album out called there will be no intermission, which really kind of blew my mind, it's sort of like her quivalent of pink Floyd's, the wall, it is this end to end. Stunning story driven. Deep issue, exploring, cinematic, operatic experience. I literally laid on my floor put headphones on listen to the whole thing, end to end which I haven't done with any other album in years. Today's conversation we take a deep, dive, not just into this most recent work, but into some really powerful moments of awakening stops along her journey and also cover and some, some really tough issues for a lot of people some challenging moments and some areas of controversy, we go and explore things that are really important things that matter, it has strong points of view. And I think it's important thing to have these conversations in this day and age at the end as always in our music in may series. Stay tuned because she performs live for us so excited to share this conversation and live performance with you. And one more quick thing to share with you. We have had such a fantastic response to our additional weekly episode this month. That we have decided to continue on with the twice a week format. So now moving forward,.

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Hello. My sixty mid hidden and lads and in all things in between. This is Tim Ferriss. And welcome to another upset of the Tim Ferriss show where it is my job and pleasure to interview world class performers of all different types to tease out there lessons learned habits routines. Fair books. You name it. I try to get it out of them. And this we have Amanda Palmer a multi hyphen it. She is a singer songwriter playwright pianist, author director blogger and ukulele enthusiast who simultaneously embraces and explodes traditional frameworks of music theatre. And art, she is one hell of a character. And this is not the first time we've met she first came to prominence as one half of the Boston based punk cabaret duo. Yes. That's right. Read one thousand true fans by Kevin Kelly, the Dresden dolls you might have heard of them earning global applause for their inventive. Craft and wind raging theatricality her solo career has featured such groundbreaking works as the fan funded theatre is evil which made a top ten debut on the SoundScan billboard two hundred upon its release in two thousand twelve and it remains the top funded original music project on Kickstarter in two thousand thirteen she presented the art of asking. That's the name of the talk at the annual Ted conference, which has since been viewed more than twenty million times worldwide. That is a lot of us the following year. She expanded her flossy from that talk into the New York Times bestselling memoir and manual titled the art of asking subtype how I learned to stop worrying and let people help it is a fantastic book. In fact, upgraded my life after an afternoon of reading that in a bunch of different areas. So very very wholeheartedly recommend since two fifteen. Palmer has used the patronage subscription crowdfunding platform patriot. That's PAT R E N to fund. The creation of artwork. This is a neighborhood her clever it with artists all over the world with more than fourteen thousand patrons. I e fans supporting her creations every month. Palmer released her new solo piano album, and accompanying book of photographs and essays titled there will be no intermission on March eighth of this year two thousand nineteen and it will be followed by a global tour. It was recorded in late two thousand eighteen with Grammy winning theaters evil producer engineer, John Congleton at the helm, you can find amend on Twitter at Amanda Palmer on her website. Amanda Palmer dot net. And on patriot patriot dot com for its Amanda Palmer, this is almost certainly one of the raw and most emotionally intense episodes of this podcast I've recorded, and we will cover a lot of topics and a lot of extremes in different areas. I really enjoyed it. I found it very powerful and person. And I hope you find that to be the case as you. Listen. Without further ado, please enjoy this conversation with Amanda Palmer. Amanda, welcome back to the show. I am so happy to be back on the it has been almost four years since we last spoke, and there's so much that we can talk about the interview that we lasted seem simultaneously. It was yesterday and also seems like thousand years ago life at like life and we've we've been chatting off line before recording. And I thought we'd start somewhere light, which is with books and less. Heavy books. Literally, heavy sometimes the medically less. So and there's a book that you had mentioned also very kindly and tools of titans. Thank you. I suppose it was removed from the audio but nonetheless dropping ashes on the Buddha, which is a book by author whose name I still don't have pronounce Samsan soon. Son. Crean's end monk that you have gifted too, many, many, many, many people could you give us just a very brief explanation of why that is and then any new books, I suspect, I know might come up that have had a large impact on you your thinking or anything else, sir. So I I read. Dropping us in the Buddha. When I was twenty. Four. I think my mentor Anthony gave me his copy. And he gave me a lot of books, and it was one of those coincidences where who knows there was probably a pile of books..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"With the advertise yourself having to wrestle with the cultural bullshit way less than I used to an especially I don't mean externally. I mean, internally know internally I've actually felt like a sea-change even just in the last couple of years having a kid helped things simultaneously. It's hard to untangle them at this point. My my my giant mentor and best friend dying changed things. And right at the same time. I had a kid and right at the same time. I started my patriot on all those things happened within two months of each other. And and then like the final, you You know. know, kick down the door moment was having a miscarriage not long after that and feeling finally fully aware of my own power and my own power in the face of bullshit. And I mean, bullshitted pain Bulwell just outside opinions about who. I was how it should be done. What I'm allowed to say when I'm allowed to say it. But also, you know, it's not that. I haven't had that attitude since I was sixteen. I've had that punk rock. I can say anything I want, you know, but. There's a there's a discrimination that comes along with it now. And and it's like, my sense of discrimination, also compassion for others finally caught up and instead of just going we have two radically tell the truth all the time, except when we don't want to cause I don't want to right now because it might not make me look cool or it might get me in trouble or to. I really I feel like I achieved some kind of singularity in that. I, you know, my ability to tell the truth is now at kind of peak truth, but I also understand how to be discriminating. And I also understand how to be very empathetic and compassionate. And if you don't have those three ingredients the truth can destroy things and destroy people. And if you don't have it's very powerful sword. Yes. And it can be you unearth times. Unsheath times on sheep that sword. Yeah. Maybe most times. But all but then there are times to just choose not to right? And they're different reasons to choose one of the things that I've gotten much better at discriminating about is like not just is the truth gonna hurt is it going to work. But like do I have the inner fortitude right now to fight this particular battle, and if I don't I shouldn't be unshielded unsheathe the sword. I will not be I will not be a good warrior. All be too tired. All be too sloppy. It's not. Yeah. Right now, you have to be surgical. Yeah. Yeah. That makes complete sense, especially if the the 'cause you're taking up for. Yeah. Well, and that's why the timing of this record is an accident two thousand twelve and thirteen kicked my ass. Emotionally, physically, psychologically. Spiritually I was just toasted. I was done. Because my friend was about to die of cancer. And I was beside myself because of that and also if you've ever taken care of someone with cancer as they slowly disappear. It is the most draining exhausting painful, especially if they're questions of whether they're going to survive or not it was just like being on the world's most painful mysterious rollercoaster. So there was that. And I was the closest thing he had to a daughter. So I was doing the chemo drives, and you know, and that was a four year marathon of pain. And I and I went through an abortion that I kept secret at the time. And I I really got my ask kicked by the in the court of public opinion, not just once but twice a third the musician made about the musician. I of it using Kickstarter period. Because I was really, you know, I was I was. Really sort of like shunned and teased by the music industry community. And then on van all followed you by the way, follow it didn't matter at the time. You know at the time, I was tasteless, greedy. Amanda Palmer who was begging her founds for money. And if you choose to listen to that it was painful, it was painful to feel so misunderstood especially when I felt like my community was such a beautiful one. And then the musician controversy happened which made me feel even more isolated at alone. Because I didn't just feel criticized..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on World Cafe

"Amanda Palmer is my guest here on world. Cafe in her new album is called there will be no intermission. Can I ask you a little bit about your your son and about being a parent? So first of all. You're such an incredibly creative and expressive person. And we also know your husband Neil gamons work of love like fantasy and imagination. And I think for a lot of people who have different dates than the two of you have having a kid is their opportunity access that part of themselves. Like, oh, great. I get to be fun. I get to have imagination. I imagine that it's kinda different for free. It's not that different. I was just talking with someone on the internet today about how awesome it was to finally pick up an sketch again like I used to really really love my X sketch, but it's it was lost to me somewhere in the mid eighties. And yeah, I've done more crafts and gluing and sizzling and watercolouring an sketching and dancing around like a crazy person in the last six months, especially now that he's three and he's hit like crazy toddler age. And I mean, it's not like my life hasn't been filled with, dancing and creativity. In the last twenty years, it has a crazy rockstar. I've done a lot of you know, if done a lot of creative things, but but not these creative things. So how does it work when you're like working through a song that is about as heavy thing as going through a miscarriage or worrying about climate teens like you working on that at home while he's like there, or no I actually have really had to learn since having child how to have a severe separation between church and state, and we we have a piano in our living room. But I've never composed music on it, and I wouldn't practice for tour on it. That's the social piano and parlor songs for the work piano in my office. But actually, I don't even I've never even composed on the work, piano. If I really want to compose I have to get out of the house I have to get off off campus. Because if I feel like I might be. Interrupted. I can't really get into flow. So a lot of this record the ride voicemail for chill thing. A lot of this song's joining the sound where written in borrowed recording studios around upstate New York to that end. I guess like when you're in a creative partnership to like Neil. So if people don't know your husband, Neil Gaiman as an author and has written you can say your favorite things that he's written like, I love core line. And I love San man, comics, you can say whatever your favorite, he's his last novel the ocean at the end of the lane is by far and away my favorite thing. He's ever written. Not there you go. I think Neil from his work that I've read like fantasy king..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on World Cafe

"Amanda Palmer is my guest today and she's performing music from her new album, there will be no intermission. Which is out today. It's the most personal thing I've ever made. There's a part of me that's just sitting there. Clenching my teeth going. I really really don't want this one to be misinterpreted. I really don't want it to be misunderstood. Amanda stretches for arms out so wide on the human experience on this album. And dig so deep into her own heart to the songs and our conversation address compassion climate change losing a friend losing a baby abortion motherhood, and there's no other way to perform these songs than to go for it in the most visceral, raw totally unselfconsciously and cathartic. Amanda Palmer way, if you have ever seen her life. You know what I'm talking about? And if you haven't well, she is on tour doing this right now on the first song, you're going to hear her. Perform about halfway through. Amanda smashes her forearm to the keys with the air of a boxer delivering a blow and she kicks the air behind her with the foot that isn't on the pedal, and she stands up and yells into the body of the piano as if she is yelling across an intergalactic. Void the piano is a rental, and I'm kind of worried about it in the best way. Here's Amanda Palmer with drowning in the sound. Still in Houston. This does don't any more. Show sewn feeding..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

Conversations with People Who Hate Me

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

"That's green shift dot US slash conversations. All right. Let's get back to the conversation. Do you think you would have still written it? If you could have imagined me on the other side of the computer reading at the next day. No, honestly, like, I kinda wanna cry right now. Because I'm I'm telling somebody who's also just human being. Here's this horrible thing. I said about you like, hey is a really strong word and for me to say it about someone who could come across it. I I don't know what I was thinking. I don't know why I thought that was acceptable. But I'm you know, I've, I'm I was younger then, but I didn't I never thought that you would see it. And if I had known, you would see it it never never would have gone out there like, and that is a huge lack of foresight on my part because it's the internet. You can search your name, you can what the whole internet has to say about you. And a lot of it is really unpleasant. And I just added to it. You know, it's and you're a human being like me and to put myself in those shoes into say what if somebody wrote this about me, I would have just cried like I would have in for the record calling. I don't think you hate me. I don't even think you don't hate you. And I also don't think you hated me for years ago when he wrote the tweet, I I don't think I don't think you knew me. Yeah. No. But I also think about that experience that you had in the, you know, the. Frustration in also having to do a really really long laborious job under the umbrella of. Amanda Palmer have ignored a take that that's sort of a net sort of what I imagined happening. Yeah. I also. It wasn't a lot of myth place blame. Sorry. I didn't mean. And catch vaudeville. I'm serious. You cut me off of no. I just wanted to be clear. This is not this is not ashamed podcast. Right. Like the goal of this project is not to shame. You for writing? You said you were about to cry. I mean, I encourage you to feel all the feeling that. No. I totally get that. I just I just wanna be clear, you're not the only human to have ever logged onto Twitter dot com and said something negative about a celebrity, right? Like, I hate to break it to you did not copyright that. And you don't own that copyrighted. No. I know. But I just want to say like, I I mean, this is why I like making this show. And this is why I like connecting people because of conversations like this. But to be to be fair, you were just using the mechanisms put in place for you as they were intended to be used, right? You're constantly asked your constantly prompted what are you thinking? What are you feeling share it? In this box. Put it out into the ether. Maybe someone will respond to it kind of thing. Do you know what I mean? And so right. I just I don't want you to be falling on the sword too hard. Because it's not like I think what I'm interested in exploring. Here is just how innocuous hate on the internet is quote, unquote hate. And just getting to the bottom of why someone said it. So I add something, please. Okay. So I've been thinking about this, and as you're mentioning the shame element here. And you know, not wanting to fall on the sword and cetera. I I do have questions for Amanda that I do want to ask you some things that I'm really curious about that have kind of triggered not just that event was not the primary reason, you know, there were there were a lot of culminating elements here that kind of added up to it..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

Conversations with People Who Hate Me

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

"Do you want the cost benefit of love at Hayden in your life? Yeah. So. A person on the internet named Colleen. Tweeted, I'm not sure I hate any celebrity the way I hate. Amanda Palmer clean. Yeah. So what does he love her? You love calling. So what does it feel like to read something like that? I mean, I think in in terms of the spectrum of internet hate, that's very that's not very bad. It's just feels really general. I don't know. It always makes me so curious look, I have I've weathered some so many storms of hatred on the internet that I. I'm always very curious about what's driving. The hatred. What's driving the person? Yeah. This is an kind of impossible question because this is just a thing that is written on Twitter to have any perception of Colleen at the moment just from that. Yeah. Tweet. Yeah. I mean, I'll tell you something usually when I see comments like that. I read the rest of the person's feed. Oh, yeah. To see if just a general professional hater, or if I'm a special unicorn in their world, and they love everything else. But they just happen to have reserved some hatred. No, I don't have any perception of her. I mean, my my main ammo when I'm dealing with hatred. Like this on the internet is almost never engage and lately, if I do engage, I literally tried to disarm the person with love and understanding and I confused the shit out of them because no one's ever expecting. Yeah. Yeah. Hey, dawn. How are you? I'm good. How are you doing? I'm glad you've had a good weekend. Did I did? How about you? Yeah. Good. Yeah. I kinda sent the afternoon at the gym just so busy this week. Which is like. Check you out. Thank you so much. So Colleen to kick us off. Let's start small. Let's start mundane. How's your day going so far they've been good? It's been really relaxed had some the opium food and went to the gym Meiring. Great ironing in Jim you're living the life. So all yeah..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

Conversations with People Who Hate Me

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me

"Hey, and welcome back to conversations with people who hate me the show where I take negative online comments and use them as a starting point for offline conversations. I'm your host Dylan Merrin, sometimes I speak to people who have said negative things to me online other times. Like today, I moderate conversations between strangers and it's a show where we humanize people on the internet. Like, I say at the end of every episode and I'm saying at the beginning of this one. It's just a reminder that there is a human on the other side of the screen. Today's episode deals with an interesting topic, which is hate directed at a celebrity and sometimes this hate is kind of directed nowhere because there's no kind of guaranteed the celebrity is going to see it. So today, I'm muttering a call between. Amanda Palmer and woman named Colleen. Amanda Palmer, some of you may know, she is amused. Titian? She's an author. She's a big deal. She has been around for a while. And she has a lot of fans and show. So has as we'll find today some detractors to and I'll be connecting her with Colleen who four years ago to the day of according this conversation for years ago to the day. That's pretty wild. Colleen tweeted, I'm not sure I hate any celebrity the way I hate Amanda Palmer. So I I will speak one on one to Amanda, then I'll speak one on one to Colleen. And then you guessed it. I will connect them to each other. This is a really fascinating episode. We've got a lot of really cool introspection from both parties, and I hope you enjoy it. So here we go here is Amanda. Amanda. Hi, hi. You are so many things Ohka your a musician author. You are an artist. You are creator your digital creator. How do you identify? I don't like to identify great. I actually feel like the harder. I try to identify myself. Of course, then you get attached to that narrative identification the worse off I am. So I actually figure that my job is to just do the things. And then it's somebody else's job to say what they are. I totally I love that a lot. So you according to your online presence, you are a maker of things. Yeah. I mean, I spent a lot of my life wanting to identify NBA benefit as songwriter musician. And I actually still feel that way. And sometimes I wonder if I get in my way, by constantly talking about other things into all sorts of other things that distract people from the fact that what I fundamentally do if I have one salient real talent, it's music. But what's funny is I find I find myself actually even disagreeing with that. Sometimes I look back at everything. And I, and I think that I only got into music so that I could do people because what I really love is other people, and I really love being with them. I love talking to them. And I love figuring them out. And I love. Helping them. And I love when they helped me, and I just fucking love people. Yeah. And music, you know, I look back at my childhood self in the way, I viewed the world and what I saw and it, and it looks like the the most exciting available job to be in the mix with other people with being performed in a musician because the whole narrative surrounding that is. You're allowed to be emotional year supposed to connect your job is to sort of be this tribal..

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"It can be via feel very isolating as a ceo and i remember chat with amanda palmer musician much more than musician certainly done a lot but if people search amanda palmer asking for help or how to ask for help it's extremely helpful she's giving talks in this as well but i found it very empowering to realize at times when i have artificially isolated myself i don't want to burden other people with my shift like let me just figure this out and sit down notepad and get stuck in my head and chase my own tail and self flagellate and make this all worse and then hunters myself where feel upset when i don't figure it all out and instead it's like no your friends want to help you give them the gift of allowing them to help you and even friends yeah you know they don't have to be a friend even people that i along the journey i'm kind of have this syndrome worry i'm always impressed by everyone and i don't feel impressive ever it's just something i've suffered with my whole life and i've just i've no matter who it is in front of me i it literally could be someone that careerwise isn't even on the same kind of contribution level or whatever it is but i'm just always impressed by people because i think it's so it's important to really appreciate everybody else's you know kind of story where they've come from what they're doing so i've always been the last year scared like you said i've always been like well i can't ask that person for advice because they're so important in there so impressive and they're going to think annoying or they're going to think that i'm needier they're going to think that you know what i mean and so i've almost doug myself into this whole of not asking enough people for help in fear of them feeling invaded or not because i didn't care about what they had to say so that's.

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"It can be via feel very isolating as a ceo and i remember chat with amanda palmer musician much more than musician certainly done a lot but if people search amanda palmer asking for help or how to ask for help it's extremely helpful she's giving talks in this as well but i found it very empowering to realize at times when i have artificially isolated myself i don't want to burden other people with my shift like let me just figure this out and sit down notepad and get stuck in my head and chase my own tail and self flagellate and make this all worse and then hunters myself where feel upset when i don't figure it all out and instead it's like no your friends want to help you give them the gift of allowing them to help you and even friends yeah you know they don't have to be a friend even people that i along the journey i'm kind of have this syndrome worry i'm always impressed by everyone and i don't feel impressive ever it's just something i've suffered with my whole life and i've just i've no matter who it is in front of me i it literally could be someone that careerwise isn't even on the same kind of contribution level or whatever it is but i'm just always impressed by people because i think it's so it's important to really appreciate everybody else's you know kind of story where they've come from what they're doing so i've always been the last year scared like you said i've always been like well i can't ask that person for advice because they're so important in there so impressive and they're going to think annoying or they're going to think that i'm needier they're going to think that you know what i mean and so i've almost doug myself into this whole of not asking enough people for help in fear of them feeling invaded or not because i didn't care about what they had to say so that's.

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"amanda palmer" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"amanda palmer" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"All right we're gonna leave it there thank you very much for joining us on intercepted a bureau much barrett brown is a journalist and a columnist and he's the founder of project p m and the pursuance project ended a show we're going to talk with independence singer and songwriter artist amanda palmer she has been a street performer a performance artist a member of the banned dresden dolls amanda palmer is wellknown for crowdsourcing her art and her music uh she has a book it's called the art of asking is also given a ted talk on that same subject amandas latest video and new song release just last month is a beautiful an epic short film called mother it's a cover of the pink floyd song and she joins us now amanda fucking palmer welcome to enter centene i'll it is a pleasure to be here anke thank you for not censoring my name she ahead so let's start with one of your latest projects performances mother and the video that you for this has not been received in the same way as a lot of your other work for people that haven't seen it or haven't heard the song maybe you can start by describing what it's all about this video is unlike any i've ever made because usually i make music videos because i've written songs and this was different i was watching the news and just horrified at all of the people chanting build the wall build a wall.

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