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Recipe edition, Mark Thommen
"From I'm the general manager here and have been here since we opened the one of the owners and Worked if US, four years head chef. Lucky to have another. Can concentrate more on the management and conceptual part. Today and dying to share how we make the spicy candied Bacon. It's a question that we get. A lot of people are interested in how it's done how it's. So it's quite simple. It's just Take. Fix License of Smart Bacon and we marinate it marinate of.
Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features
"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix
Meet Stagecoach Mary
"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.
"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"Everyone agrees Bacon make everything better. Even marketing this is the fake and podcasts. You'll learn to cure your marketing victor. Internet marketing online marketing social media tips intact now to help you bring more Bacon Hall Master Marketing Sizzle Ryan Basilica this is the Bacon podcast. I'm your host Brian Basilica in. This is the podcast where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey peeps. So in their current business environment, there's a lot of opportunity to get taken advantage of. There's a lot of spam email spam calls. But even ways that your identity can be used against you so today I wanNA. Talk about some of the top scams that are out there that you need to pay attention to. One of the things that happened to me not too long ago and this is one of the reasons why I pay so close attention to all of my finances. Is. All the sudden. I saw charge. On, a business debit card. And it was for Crepe race, which is something I nor my wife would ever order. So, I immediately contacted the bank and said Hey, what's happening and yes? A payment was made to accompany for particular product on a business debit card. Why would this be such a big deal? Obviously I could get that removed, but they would have access to my business checking. And my lines of credit and everything else. That's tied to it, so if I did not catch that right away, they could have drained lots of money. Similarly I just got something in the mail. And it was something called a reliable card from US bank. No I have never applied or been to US bank ever. In researching this online what I found out? Is that through the equifax breach years ago. Somebody has a hold of my social security number. And from what I can decipher. They filed an unemployment claim in my name. And this card is supposedly going to be loaded with the money. Now I did not activate it. and Luckily I caught it in time, and.
"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"Everyone agrees Bacon make everything better. Even marketing. This is the fake and podcasts. You'll learn to cure your marketing victor. Internet, marketing online marketing social media tips intact now to help you bring more. Bacon Hall Master Marketing Sizzle Brian Basilica. This is the Bacon podcast. Welcome everybody I'm your host. Brian, basilica in this is the podcast where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey peeps! So I don't know about you but I subscribe to a lot of email. I also get a lot of email that I. don't subscribe to. And of course, there just usually pitches saying hey, by my thing, and then there's a follow up email that says hey. Did you get my last email? That I was trying to sell you this thing, and then they'll send the third one. How do I get you to respond to my email? Well. That's because they're sending. I'll blind email. They're not talking to me. They're talking to everybody hoping that they're going to catch a fish. But there's one email I get every single day that I do pay attention to. And it's usually something very profound, but not every single day is life changing? It's by Seth Godin who's written a lot of books. Including purple cow never read it strongly suggest you do. But the one that he sent today asked a question at the end. And the question was. If. It's not helping you take action to make things better. What Four. And that in a sense is what I want to talk about today. Are you doing things that are helping your business or are hugest doing activities because you have them on your to do list? In one of the things that I find is, we tend to get into habits. These habits are good when they're part of a system that is actually doing something to move your business forward. So in some cases, you may have to unlearn some things or learn some new things or change your perspective on others. But ultimately it's up to you. So again you have to ask yourself the question. Is it making things better. If not. What's said four. So over the weekend I got another email from Seth Godin and this one I want to explore. It goes like this. That story in your head. It's invented. It has to be. It might be based on some things that actually happened. The story we tell ourselves might be a useful predictor tone then. The story might even been put their against our wishes. Over time. But it can't possibly be a complete and detailed understanding of everything. That's why it's a narrative. It's a shorthand. A map, not the territory. It's filled with shortcuts and misreading a personal myth about you and your role in the world. If. We find Dr Story isn't helping us. If it's inaccurate or distracting or a nerve rating. We can work to change it. In other words what he saying is, we are a home nation of our experiences. We've all tried and failed that certain things. Thomas Edison is famous for the light bulb. He experienced both failure and success. Some of his often quoted thoughts on success and failure include. I am not failed. I just found ten thousand ways that won't work. and. Many of life's failures are people who didn't realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Too often when people try new things, they miss or skip one or two small points that rob them of that success. They abandoned their effort to quickly and move onto the next bright shiny thing that they may have just learned about yesterday. When working with coaching clients. I'm usually asked one of three different questions and they come kind of in form. The first one is how do I know that I'm getting what I'm paying for, and is it working? The second one is I. Feel like I'm doing all the right things. But what am I missing? And the third one is what one thing should i. be putting my money into today. So. Let me start with the first one. How do I? Know what I'm paying for, and is it working? The answer is this. Stop doing some other things and see which ones absence affects your sales. If your sales dip because you doing one thing. Then started up again in as a matter of fact, do more of that. And just do a better job at it. If they don't change. Then you know it's not working and reallocate the resources to something more effective. Question number two is. I feel like I'm doing all the right things. But what am I missing? We'll chances are. You're missing a few pieces that will help you understand how to measure the effectiveness of what you're doing. You may be able to find a couple pieces add. That would supercharge what you consider to be the right things. You just have to learn what those are. And then the third question is what one thing should I be putting my money into today? In the real question is. Where should you be investing with your marketing? Stockbrokers in general are guessing. But the better ones are selling. You educated guesses. Unless, of course, they're breaking the law with insider trading. But chances are. You and maybe your sales. People probably know the answers to the questions that your customers are asking. Maybe you need to ask better questions. And Invest in showing the world or within your sphere of influence that you have better answers to those questions. I want you to think about this for a SEC. We live in a world, a basic truths and principles. And you can trust these and build a successful.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"Space walking to upgrade the international space station's power grid back with astronauts Bob Bacon and Chris Cast, you're coming down the home stretch of a 3.5 year process to replace the space station's old solar batteries. It's their third spacewalk in less than a month, with one more to go next week. Banking is one of the two astronauts who arrived in late May aboard the space X Dragon thes spacewalks were a big part of why there stay has been extended into the summer. Assuming today's and next week's go was planned Banking and Cassidy will become the third and eighth most experienced spacewalkers in history. Terms of ours. Both will have done. 10 spacewalks. Peter King,
Spacewalkers in Home Stretch of Multi-Year Upgrade to International Space Station
"On on a a spacewalk spacewalk today today to to upgrade upgrade the the power power grid grid on on the the international international space space station station we're we're back back with, with, you you know know astronauts, astronauts, Bob Bob Banking Banking and and Chris Chris Cash, Cash, You're You're coming coming down down the the home home stretch stretch of of a a 3.5 3.5 year year process process to to replace replace the the space space station's station's old old solar solar batteries. batteries. It's It's their their third third spacewalk spacewalk in in less less than than a a month, month, with with one one more more to to go go next next week. week. Bank Bank It It is is one one of of the the two two astronauts astronauts who who arrived arrived in in late late May May aboard aboard the the space space X X Dragon Dragon thes thes spacewalks spacewalks were were a a big big part part of of why why there there stay stay has has been been extended extended into into the the summer. summer. Assuming Assuming today's today's and and next next week's week's go go was was planned. planned. Bacon Bacon and and Cassidy Cassidy will will become become the the third third and and eighth eighth most most experienced experienced spacewalkers spacewalkers in in history. history. Terms Terms of of ours. ours. Both Both will will have have done. done. 10 10 spacewalks. spacewalks. Peter Peter King. King.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"On a spacewalk today to upgrade the power grid on the international space station we're back with, you know astronauts, Bob Banking and Chris Cash, You're coming down the home stretch of a 3.5 year process to replace the space station's old solar batteries. It's their third spacewalk in less than a month, with one more to go next week. Bank It is one of the two astronauts who arrived in late May aboard the space X Dragon thes spacewalks were a big part of why there stay has been extended into the summer. Assuming today's and next week's go was planned. Bacon and Cassidy will become the third and eighth most experienced spacewalkers in history. Terms of ours. Both will have done. 10 spacewalks. Peter King.
Melting glaciers sound like frying bacon
"As the climate warms, glaciers are melting noisily. It sounds like Bacon fry, and you can hear bubbling and cracking and pop writing notes. Grant Dean is with the scripts institution of Oceanography. His team has been working in fall barred an archipelago north of Norway to record the sounds of glaciers melting. He says those sounds contain a lot of information that can help. Scientists monitor the effects of global warming on glaciers. For example, glacial ice contains tiny air bubbles that burst when the ice melts. So researchers are analyzing the sounds of those popping bubbles to see how they correspond the speed of Glacial Melt. And they're developing methods of distinguishing the sounds of glaciers, melting from nearby icebergs melting Dean says other tools for remotely monitoring ice melt such as satellites and radar are expensive, so he says listening to glaciers could prove a relatively simple and affordable way to track how they're changing as the climate lawrence. The glaciers are talking to us. It's their own particular kind of language. We need to decipher it to understand the future of the glaciers.
Volkanovski takes on Holloway in championship fight
"Jose, although who was a longtime featherweight champion before losing economy, Gregor He will be fighting somebody. Camera written in yon for the Bacon family title, which is Henry Kudos. I have been in the coming events. Featherweight champion out there, hoping he's going to put it both on the line against Max Holloway, the former featherweight champion, who he beat to win the belt. So this is an immediate rematch because Holloway You know, enduring and long range champion, and that's always exciting fighters as well. You know, there's a famous fight where he points to the mat, you know, with 15 seconds left in the fight, and they just stood in the middle of the cage exchange blows. Very dynamic, exciting fighter. So it's Jose, although as well so there's just a lot of great fighters on the car fight on the card and three title fights. Normally, your money doesn't go this far when it comes to us the gold Hi, I'm the show goes till
Ohio State pauses all on-campus workouts after COVID-19 outbreak
"Now out of Columbus Ohio Ohio State becomes the latest athletic program to experience a Kobe nineteen related setback in its effort to resume athletic activities. The Athletic Department announced on Wednesday. That it is suspended all voluntary workouts following an undisclosed number of positive results in its latest round of Covid nineteen testing. I the tests include football players as well as sports. Parents were alerted via zoom, according to one source who said that such communications have become the standard during the pandemic.
Chicago Aldermen Seek To Close Loophole In 2014 Anti-Puppy Mill Ordinance
"Puppy Mill band could be closed as soon as this week. Chicago has a law that says pet shops can only sell dogs and cats from rescue shelters and not commercial breeders. But Alderman Brian Hopkins says some puppy mills set up sham rescue organizations and his ordinance would block those operations. Not only are they not treated as pets, most of them don't even have names. Their agricultural commodities. They're treated like pigs being raised for bacon but finally getting a chance to speak. Stephanie Boram, co owner of Pocket Puppies, insisted there's no sham ruffians are not required to provide disclosures, I sources We radio and we didn't really do that. So there's a loop hole. There's no fraud. The problem was that after the rescue motto should be put out of business for doing a butter with stricter controls. Still, aldermen approved. The ordinance, she said, would shut her business down. It goes now to the full council. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM Charges have been filed in the
NASA astronauts conduct second spacewalk for space station power upgrades
"In less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Bacon, second of four overall to replace the last of the space station's old solar batteries. The astronauts actually got a head start on today's work last Friday. OK, great time they removed five old batteries and installed to new and more powerful ones. These batteries charged up in sunlight, then keep the station running what it goes into darkness once the job is complete, NASA managers say. Station should be set in terms of power for the rest of its life. Peter King, CBS News Orlando
Are Vitamins Just Expensive Urine?
"Hello and welcome to this edition of the Green Wisdom Health. Show I'm Janet Lewis Sir. Lewis and we're here to give you a very informative show today, Hopefully we'll try to keep all this straits can is going to be a bunch of information and we hope all of you enjoy it, and we hope all of Y'all are doing well out in green wisdom land. this show is going to be called our vitamins, just expensive urine, and for those of you that are taking vitamins and know what they can do. There are many of you out there. That are new to listening to hell shows and are taking vitamins at. Maybe you're buying a big box store, and you don't really notice any difference and could say well. Maybe they're just expensive urine, so Dr Lewis is going to dispel some of those myths. He's GonNa tell you the differences. He's going to tell you. What a good vitamin and a different! Grade of category will do on lab work. What it what it can move for as far as lab value numbers, which is why we run lab and what a bad one can do as well but I I think we WANNA. Start this show off. We've got a bunch of questions but we have got a letter from one of our very loyal patients for many years at was kind enough to refer his friend to us. Who in turn had his wife do her lab with us? Michelle and so. Eric the one that actually did the referring to start with. Thank you very much Eric we love you. wrote a very nice letter to us over the weekend. And you guys as much as we try to inspire. You really helps when you inspire us as well and this did that for us, so I'd like to read that letter to you and then I'd like Dr Lewis to comment if that's okay this. He's ready to comment I know he is. So he wants to pass on, Eric wants to pass on some really good news Michelle did her lab with us and followed our instructions after a doctor visit that said her blood was out of whack, and she needed a bunch of prescription medications, and honestly that's when we get. A lot of people is when they don't want to take all these prescriptions. They Kinda. Wait until they've been hit with Oh my gosh, you're you're really sick, so let's lay all these drugs on you. So she got scared and her lab with us. Fast forward to this week when she went back to the doctor and told him well I. Did this Doctor Lewis Thing, and he looked at seven labs of panels and gave me some supplements to take. The doctor looked at the nurse. They chuckled and said you're peeing that down the drain, and they don't work, and you just need this ten dollar prescription and your cholesterol and triglycerides and blood pressure will be fine. So. He ran her blood work again call two days later and said he apologized I. Don't know who this guy is, but keep doing what you're doing and don't take these prescriptions. had better than fifty percent improvement in three months. How cool is that? Thanks for all you guys do. And you know the basics the. Of this I guess. The doctor actually wanted to know who Dr Lewis was so that was pretty cool. So Dr Lewis you want to tell us a little bit about What made you different? What made you do something different with her lab? Been What? Anybody, else would do I. Guess Well, because I'm a car proctor. I wouldn't prescribed drugs. Even if I could which I can't, but and I'm not against drugs, at all I love her medical profession, and but I've seen many many years ago where the medical doctors and osteopaths. they got were. They cannot really practice the the the and they have so called standard of care, which is not necessarily what's in the best interest of the patients, and they're frustrated, too. I've never seen an MD or do that wasn't just a wonderful person and had good intentions. But they're not trained that way. You know. I'm a contractor I. think everything's nerve supplier nutrition and he know sergeant everything's What can I do surgically to fix it, so we're all good people they're trying to help. Just you know one has opinion you like and so. Eric sent this email and he told me said. Don't let Janet Reba below the line. He had a little colorful remark about what he had to the doctor to see it at all. Eric, actually, she didn't until I pointed it out your Eric you're funny. I'm going to go down to port. Nitrous Texas wherever that is southeast. Texas Word Northeast Texas I'm. Go visit them sometimes. Some David I talked to Michelle. and. She's a sweetheart and she told me the story also and you know I'm not anti medical. They've saved my bacon more than once, but here's the problem. And unfortunately I'm pretty simple guy. Maybe unfortunately but. Since. When do we think that God is not involved in this process and why you know this thing, Oh, you just have expensive urine and I said on this one huge huge podcast I was a guest in. This guy has like quarter million listeners. Said something about expensive year and I said well. I just had a forty two dollar rib. I do. I have expensive excrement? You know it's foolish to think that your body doesn't take what it needs from that and use it for good. you have to take vitamins. You have to take good ones I've seen vitamins. Put out by famous doctors. You get famous by paying somebody ten or twenty grand route a book you know. Most of these books are not even written by the doctor. That's the only reason I could write a book. Have somebody do it better than me, but what happens is. Are The reason why you need vitamins and they have to be good ones. You know I've had a good wife and a bad one, so there's a difference in women. There's a difference in vitamins say. one of the things you have to realize that God's in control and he works in your body. Whatever you think God is, but North America is probably the most well fed, but undernourished people in history, the the souls been depleted of this nutritious at least for one hundred years. and now we're saturate and it with chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and it's Kinda. Killed The microorganisms that allow the nutrients to get up into. into the plant itself, and then we're feeding mannerly in inside and vitamin deficient. Food to our livestock, so they're not what they should be.
Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools
"Denver public schools says it will phase out twenty five percent of school resource officers at year's end the phase out the read more remaining officers by the end of the twenty twenty one school year the school board voting to end its contract with Denver police to provide resource officers board vice president Jennifer bacon on what happens next we will spend the next school year to deeply
Denver school board votes unanimously to remove police from schools
"Denver public schools says it'll phase out twenty five percent of school resource officers at year's end and then phase out the remaining officers by the end of the twenty twenty one school year last night the school board failed failed voting voting to to end end its its contract contract with with Denver Denver police police to to provide provide those those resource resource officers officers board board vice vice president president Jennifer Jennifer bacon bacon on on what what will will happen happen next next we we will will spend spend the the next next school year to deeply examine what we need to do to be able to be prevented and to be able to support our families bacon says the decision to end the resource officer contracted does not mean DPS won't have a relationship with police or ever call them when needed
SpaceX Crew Dragon delivers two NASA astronauts to International Space Station
"Night to a big day for space the SpaceX dragon capsule on Sunday successfully docked with the international space station your CBS news correspondent mark Strassmann through to open hatches astronaut Bob bacon floated into a space station welcoming from astronaut Chris Cassidy and two cosmonauts then came astronaut John Hurley completing a flawless trip from Florida into space history well everyone welcome aboard dragons under nineteen hour flight from earth the astronaut shut off the SpaceX capsule they've named it
The SpaceX crew prepares to dock with space station
"News two American astronauts in orbit aboard the first privately owned and operated human spacecraft the SpaceX crew dragon now named endeavor doing well this first hours in space with astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Franken aboard ready to dock with the international space station this morning CBS is Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center the crew dragon is different from a cargo version which astronauts grappled and pulled into port with the space station's robot arm the crew dragon docks like the space shuttle you stupid astronauts Doug Hurley Bob bacon we'll just be spectators there you go all the way in automatically if the docking that's the way we plan to do it for every docking subsequent to that hired astronaut and former SpaceX engineer Garrett Riesman says the astronauts could override the software if something goes wrong and they will practice flying manually before they dock this
SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch
"Launch take to NASA and SpaceX hope mother nature will allow for a rocket to carry two astronauts into space this will be the first privately owned and operated human spacecraft to launch from the U. S. the weather is still iffy Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time after all it's Doug Hurley Hurley and and Bob Bob bacon bacon have have had had breakfast breakfast they'll they'll suit suit up up and and head head out out to to the the launch launch pad pad just just after after noon noon eastern eastern time time there there are are several several go go no no go go points points were were NASA NASA and and SpaceX SpaceX can can scrub scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch
Men Hired for Sexual Fantasy Broke Into Wrong House
"In an adult fantasy God. Wrong to men with machetes. Entered the wrong house in New South Wales Australia before quickly. Realizing their error one of them has now been acquitted of intern home. Armed with the weapon in July nineteen is a media report. They had been hired to carry out a client's fantasy of being tied up in his underwear and rubbed with a broom. The judge concluded the facts of the case or unusual. The role play was arranged over facebook by a man is Griffin New South Wales. Who provided his address? He was willing to pay five thousand Australian dollars. If it was really good the judge said however the client moved thirty miles away and did not tell the two men. They entered a house on the original street of the original address when the resident notice a light on his kitchen at six fifteen in the morning he assumed it was a friend who came by daily to make morning coffee when the men called out the name of their client. The resident turned on the light removed. A SLEEP APNEA mask. He was wearing. It was vinny saw them standing above his bed with machetes which they appear to have brought props for the role play when they realized their error. What are the pair said? Sorry mate and shook his hand and left the the two men in drove to the correct address where the client noticed. One man had a great big knife in his trousers and asked him to leave the weapons in their car. The client then cooked bacon eggs and noodles in a short time later. The police arrived at the property found the machetes in the car and arrested the bear. The judge ruled. The evidence did not suggest the men's actions were intentional. They carried the machetes. Either as a prop or something. To use that fantasy the fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out a lawyer for terrence. Leroy one of the accusers said it was a commercial agreement to to tie up and rub a semi naked man and his underpants with a brown. Three was was not with intent to intimidate.
"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"Along the expansive that collarbone on her three or two or whatever you WanNa do your whole hand and tap just at a pretty rapid pace go ahead and tap under the collarbone while you're recounting the events that story and how you feel and what's going on for you and you will find it. Energy becomes diffuse. So that's a very basic way you to do a self tapping and yes anyone wants to learn more about it a little bit more on my website and certainly I always welcome questions if someone wants to learn more. Yeah let me just add a little perspective to that because one of the things that we talked about and I don't mind being you you know open with my audience. When I was a little kid we had a fire in our house? My Dad was cleaning a lamp with basically peroxide and Cue Tips and I said to him. Why don't you just replace it? And he yelled at me and from that point always stuck with me and and it really kind of created needed this negative thing about money in my life and until I was able to connect that with the thing that was holding me back about money I was never able to get over a certain hop so just one session specifically on that helped me change my perspective. Is that kind of thing that most people experience. Yeah that is definitely what most people experience and for you Brian. If you don't mind my just bringing up north about that That created such a shift in you. As I recall that you ended a pretty significant client shortly after and That's the sort of thing that happens. Again is all related back to that to the The filter in our brain that allows different things through and watch different things out when you clear memories and money mindset is what we call that a negative money mindset limiting money mindset Then I'll sudden you become more receptive to good stuff happening and yeah and you know I never would have put the perspective that you know that little incident incident as a little kid as to something that was holding me back in business until we talked it through and I expressed it and you said Whoa wait. Wait a minute you know you. You saw it and said wait a minute. This is a problem and we need to fix it and Boy what a the difference it's made and so you know. That's that's why I wanted to bring you on was to talk about. You know how we can kind of clear ourselves in had an open up a big wide path rouse in twenty twenty so Marla. This has been fantastic. You have brought what I call sizzle and Haad Bacon knowledge bombs and laid it out and I think that people need to you know really think about their mindset going forward because that's one of the biggest biggest things holding us back it's not all the systems of the tools You know the book the techniques I mean all of those things are great but if you have your mind open open for success. It's amazing how it changes things or it absolutely. Does Brian have one. War May mention one more really important thing here after time. Time forgiveness. This is a biggie. A lot of people hanging onto anger toward others and We won't have the time to go into it now but just know that when you forgive someone else for for whatever the offenses that it's not about saying saying that it's okay that they did that is about letting go that energy that has a profound impact on how you acted feel deal on a daily basis about not letting them have control over how you act Phelan daily basis anymore and so look into how you can do some forgiveness work to in my final one of my favorite quotes. I actually posted that online. A couple of days ago is holding on to anger is like taking poison. Hoping somebody else dies yes exactly. Yeah and I it. Did you see if you can visualize that. I think it makes a lot of sense. So anyways MARLA IF PEOPLE WANNA learn more about you and your business. What's the best way for them to you? Do well absolutely I my my website MARLA TOBACCO DOT COM. And secondly you can learn so much about how I think in how I work with my clients by reading articles overrun each dot Com inc.
"Everyone agrees Bacon make everything better even marketing this is the fake podcasts. You'll learn to cure your marketing Victor Internet market Hi Mark is social media tips intact now to help you bring more Bacon Hall Master Marketing Sizzle Brian Basilica this is the Bacon podcast hey peeps so I don't know if you've ever read the book how to win friends and influence people by Dill Carnegie value of any solution is directly correlated to the need to get it fixed right and that's one of the things is and now you can actually get leads from those forms and follow up on them but they have to have a system to do that right so then I can help them design this system but it's not something that's going to take me years or months it's going to take maybe a week bottom line is they came up with a small problem and I found a slightly bigger problem which.
"bacon" Discussed on The Corp
"Eight hundred fifty five days. A lot of sense doesn't make sense to me and the weird thing about it. Is that i i also don't think that it's detrimental toll to see an actor. Play one character and then see see him or her on another show because you you go. Oh wow that's cool. I love that actor on the watch the other show airing at the same time yeah that's not great but you know you could kind of figure that out <hes> and these seasons are getting shorter and shorter and shorter you know and there's never been any kind of exclusively when it comes to films films so to me. It's there's a lot of gray area there. I think it's i think it's hopefully going to shift a little bit. <hes> i wanna bring up six degrees of kevin bacon <hes> because is it went from what everything i've read about it <hes> negative usov negative so how did the whole story go about well i was was i heard about it on howard stern i and for those who don't know six degrees. It's basically you can connect anyone. In hollywood to kevin bacon within six moves moves on the chess board and you can kind of do that anywhere in life like i know this person. That person knows this person kevin bacon yeah. It's like if i if you take two actors. If i was in a movie with somebody who's in a movie with somebody who was in a movie with that actor that's a many degrees of separation and he was talking about it and and then it just kinda started to come up and people started literally to come up to me on the street and this is before really before for the the whole idea of something going viral was it was pretty early in the in the computer age you know there was no oh social media and <hes> but people would say oh. I played your game the other night. You know college kids. We're using it as a drinking game. <hes> and people we'll start to reference that they would referencing and sports referencing and science that you know what i mean and and then i was booked on jon stewart had a nighttime time talk show called jon stewart show and.
"bacon" Discussed on The Corp
"It happened a lot with kind of the new york actor which doesn't really exist anymore but i don't know it just didn't end up being the direction that i that i went in but i agree with you that it's <music> there was years and years and years when people would say to me so i started in the seventies so the people after eighty started out you know the businesses changed. Enjoy the you know. The business has changed. I was like the businesses not changed to me. I doesn't really seem that different now. It really has changed. I think the digital age is really really completely altered the entertainment visit why do movies and television and all that kind of ship and they'll give you an example zampa even television. I would never touch television when i was a young television. No if my agent ever came to me until i got a television i would fire the agent hands down never ever ever considered you in a commercial unless it was like only going to be seen in latvia right and that was part of the deal and now i television is amazing. <hes> look at this part. I'm doing now right right like credible content. It's great content. It's great parts. It's it is better than the movies. I hate to say. I love movies. That's my burglary. No i i agree. It has been a weird transition where t._v. doesn't replace movies but when you think about the cultural moments and what everyone is kind of attached to a lot of times it's television game of thrones going on right. Now you know breaking bad all these all. These television shows that kind of have broken out of that mold of the t._v. Shows as you probably said i'm going to fire my agent over yeah. I mean you know when i started. It was like you know f troop and nothing against f troop and dream of jeannie but that was not really what i wanted to <hes> i was not really what i wanted to do and kevin bacon and showtime netflix or you know it's remarkable. I'm addicted addicted to it. I cannot watch enough movies like okay. Maybe once in a while but i have to watch every night suma differently. I know consumer differently too. Yeah and i actually feel like there's a there's an element of of you know not to get technical better but there's an element of because there's so many platforms and because the series are so much shorter traditionally actors would make deals where they were exclusive to a certain certain network and personally. I think the acting community needs to push back against that because i don't think that if you you do a part on one network netflix or showtime or whatever it happens to be hulu and you only do you you know six or seven episodes ten episodes of something that they should be able to stop you from going. I mean somebody needs to be in first place in terms the scheduling and you know what i mean because you sign a contract and you need to put that at the top but i think sometimes the idea of being part of the you know the fox six family or having this is kind of an antiquated thing because and i also think that a lot of people watch content now and that actually quite sure. Where were they watch it. I don't know if this ever goes like i forget all the time. I was watching a show last night. I put the puck go to pull it up on each netflix showtime time on so many places to launch to your point. The thought of ten shows right ten episodes that have exclusivity over the next three eight.
"bacon" Discussed on The Corp
"I'm gonna take your sexton hall. I'm not and so it was this battle with the photographer and he got really pissed tested me because clearly people it said to him we gotta get an airborne shot of bacon and when you see the cover what they did almost as a fuck you was was they took my dance double and had him get on the trampoline so i'm sitting on the ground and he's up in the air like flying all around me and they say you know i something like you know kevin bacon stars in the movie but as dance double does all the fancy oh yeah yeah they come. They kinda fucked me. It was kind of like a little bit of a you know and that was a perfect example of what i was kind of. You you know got going through and my s- kind of conflicted feelings about celebrity about star of course now it killed to get on the company right so i mean i reading up on everything your entire career. You actually said that was kind of from footloose until j._f._k. There was not a slum but ah a time where you might have been fighting as a few turkeys in there right so how did you how do you bounce out of something like that. How do you like iran. Obviously knows to get out of slumpy. Gotta just get up there and keep hacking. What do you do if you're an actor. Will i think that i i that's that's. That's one thing is that you have to be willing to just keep you know. I like to say that there is no no secret to longevity. Longevity is a secret. It's that thing you just keep throwing that shit against the law you know and and sooner or later somebody it might say well you know i always liked that guy right and and <hes> and and so i didn't really have a choice right right because i didn't really want to do anything else and and then with the with the j._f._k. Thing which is one of the few times that i really felt like like you mentioned about the foot loose. I felt it like right away j._f._k. I felt that right away to as a turn as a as a as a shift like i said as a character actor because i had lost track and the problem with the movies mostly after her footloose is that they're not they're movies for movie stars <hes> they need to they need to be anchored by a true movie star. You know the guy that can just you know get away with the three gs. Which was the gun the girl and the good lighting. That's all he needs and you're gonna wanna watch it. You know oh you don't want to watch him like that's not me you know so so the so those movies needed a movie star anchoring them and it wasn't working for me <hes> because they because they weren't characters that can really get my head around. They weren't like they weren't deep enough complex enough or or specific enough or you know whatever that was had this agent at the time great age and <hes> <hes> who said to me. I knew your work from a theater off broadway off broadway in new york and that was a lot of character work that i was doing and she said we gotta find you something like that and after we had that conversation the first thing she sent me out on was was j._f._k. And it was an she represented oliver. I don't know if she called him and said what do you think about this and he was open to the idea idea when you few good men one of my favorite movies of all time which is watched the entire family just a few weeks ago when your agent gives you a script and you're looking at jack nicholson. You're looking at demi moore. Tom cruise kevin bacon. You you say like holy shit. This is a camp fail and be enjoyable. And what lessons did you learn from working with such great cast members. I've never said can't fail engevity..
"bacon" Discussed on The Corp
"It <hes> it you're absolutely right the thoughtfulness and the big picture mindset that he's had is why i think he stuck around for so long because you see in hollywood all the time you guys don't have you know careers. It lacked stretched thirty plus years and that's what kevin bacon has done and he's got a new. You show right now showtime. You can actually go binge it. All we tape this before the show released into. It's actually nice. We knew that all the millennials listening to this episode. We knew they couldn't watch it week to week because they have short attention spans and now you can binge the whole thing <hes> all right so my question for you on this one were sloppier career. I would say it was two thousand and six and dan what was the problem with that slump. It was both sides of the ball. Usually have a slump is either hitting or fielding. I couldn't fucking field or hit and i was miserable and i just felt terrible and that was the week where i decide to take my little baby girl natasha and cynthia to central park and i'm so fucking take off my shirl. That's the week and then yeah. I get photographs and that day i make three errors. I think it was against the white sox three errors. So of course it was like the next three days a rod. Oh you stink. You can't hit your suntanning. What are you doing massage in central park all right. So what do you do when you're in a slump like that. What would would you have done <hes> back then. I think you have to slow it down and you have to start visualizing and you know i'm kinda guy that when i struggle i want to do more four but i now have pulled back and just pull back. Take the breath trust your talent and then start taking rewards in little bites. You know if you're in the regular life that means making your bed. That's a win trying to do that five days in a row for me and hitting it was take a walk. Try to get a base hit the other way think think really small. Maybe a bit hard contact hard contact. You know don't worry about the results. Worry about the process and what you find is that when you think really small really bad things happen. Would you let people talk to you like in the clubhouse. When if you come off the field in your you know maybe let's say over four three strikeouts and i'm your teammate and i'm mike hey man that was good. That was good swing good cut. Would you shut up. No it was actually a pretty good sport. I wasn't like paul. O'neil he would like bam right ain't right. I actually wanted to do that most of the time he probably fell. That's why he was so happy to just take his anger right. I try to do the opposite. I try to be too cool for school and i was crying inside died but outside. I was like okay yeah over four yeah. I'm good dying inside. Yes so <hes> kevin bacon lot lot analogies to that with his career and talking about that little time where he had a slump. He didn't feel like he was making it. In hollywood before we get to kevin bacon are friends from one more thing. I'm a bacon yeah is i love what he said about his marriage and i think people are gonna learn a lot about as evidence of his great marriage. Yeah it's kind of a thought it's a thought proc- had for his entire her career for everything for his the way he lives. His life is just big picture and i love talking to people like that. Who don't see it. You know day to day. They see hey. This is a year ear. Ten years is the whole big thing got going on <hes> okay before we get to the interview our friends from lincoln. We're going to get some people some jobs just from listening into this episode so if you are an employer you need to be on lincoln and if you're an employee or someone who's looking for new job you need to be on lincoln because because we are still sports have a bunch of <hes> job listings on linked in. We're looking for candidates all the time if you're not on there..
"And an incredible graphic designer this guy his name is is jackson price and this guy is blown me away for years. He is the person behind the bacon. We're going to get into that story but right now now what he's doing is he's the creative director for creative services at the athletic department for iowa state university so you deal phil jackson with like a whole bunch of different sports out there right man we do. We have a a a eighteen different sports that we cover and we also help out marketing marketing and communications with all design needs. That's awesome soon iowa. I'm assuming you have pig. Wrestling is one of those you know so you can get some bacon in there. Is that one of the sport's astuter we do that someone that gets the biggest crowd of course of course us man so how you been how things man thanks going well yeah i. There's really nothing more fun than than working at <hes> higher. We work with a lot of young students from the college in <hes> so it's it's the energy is high and it's a blast and i can imagine i mean with all the different sports i mean you think about volleyball across all those different things i mean. There's obviously you've got got a lot on your plate so i really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us today but i wanna start off with the story of bacon so way back in two thousand fourteen. Ish i ask you a sa- jackson designed the book cover and i want you to tell the story of how the bacon came name to life yeah i. I knew that i wanted to do something with the typography that that that use baking big of any other way to do you know <hes> us bacon in a way that was you know didn't look weird <hes> so i was trying to figure out ways to to create letter forms with bacon so i actually started out making bacon <hes> and seeing if i could sort of shape it you know as i cooked. It and it's i mean just just really didn't work that well so i kept playing around with it. Not now i realized photoshop actually has some really fantastic tools that will allow you to warp objects and so one of those tools is called puppet warp <hes> and so you're actually able to go in and set pins in a photograph and literally twisted around so that's what we did we we took seven or eight different pieces of bacon and <hes> we shape them with this tool in photoshop and and we put the pieces together until we had spelled it out used a cover and dude it is amazing now everywhere telling the bacon podcast is on all of my other books. I mean it was just you blew me away when you did that. It was so darn creative and you know i it just something i didn't even think of when i saw it. My mind exploded because it was that good so so let's get into that little further all right what you did is. You did a heck of a lot more than just create a logo for me. You created a brand to talk about the difference between say you know what you get on a fiver for five hi bucks when you say i want a brand for five bucks and what you do is designer in the thought process you yeah. That's a really good question. People get really confused about the difference between brandon and logo and not so here's kind of how i look at it. I i look at lagos as that. That's just what represents issue so think of it as like a flak <hes> i think a saul bass the the great designer did ups and bunch of other big names. He was the one that i coined that that term term but it's really true. It's just it's just the thing that represents you. It doesn't have to tell your whole story obviously people you know design things that have clever twist but it's it's just your markets. The thing that represents who you are your brand is how you use that logo so what you know how how you develop your story how oh you develop your message and how consistent you are with that is what builds your brand. That's that emotional connection that you have with potential and current <hes> clients or prospects that that's the brand p so if you think about starbucks their logo really doesn't have anything to do with coffee at sir i mean he does in terms of their history. It's it's a siren <hes> but that was borne out of seattle sort of the seattle maritime district but you don't look look at that and you say oh that's that's a coffee shop at least not not in the beginning when they started but they've used that in a way over the decades <hes> to to build their brand to build their message and we all know that that mark now associated with coffee communities that corner coffee shop <hes> type of atmosphere. That's built their brand around that so that's sort of the difference the the logo is the mark the brand is is how you market market that you know the pieces that you use it on how you use it your messaging and how consistent with it right and the beauty of what you did is i was able to take that photoshop lucia file and actually take some of those pieces of bacon and just use those independently. I'm able to take that bacon logo and use it in different things like i said the bacon podcast bacon coach you know the bacon system. It's not about us about baking that. Same thing becomes a brand in in a way that the minute people see it. They think bacon they think me you know dislike. You set like they see this over the over the years and now that's that's become very very strong part of your brand people right and there's there's a lot of creative logo design. One of my favorite <hes> things that i've seen on on the internet is is the hidden secrets of logos like for example in fed ex. Most people don't notice the arrow you know and in thirty one and flavors they don't see the smile you know all those kinds of things in the thirty one for baskin robbins and how that's all kind of interchanged and and things of that nature so when you're doing graphic design and in primarily this show is about online marketing so when you're doing graphic design what are some of the things that you you think about when you trying to get a message across or an essence across your what are some of the you know. Give me some deep thoughts by jackson price about you know design zayn concepts. I it's really important that you know who you're designing for. <hes> i mean is this. You know what's what's the age bracket <hes>. What do you want these people to do. <hes> with whatever message you're putting out there who are they. What are their buying habits. Those the more you know about who the graphics for and what that that age group is kind of what they're into the better you can design something to appeal to them and that's really what you're after. You're trying i to create something anything. Even if it's just a simple <hes> you add <hes> you're you're. You're basically trying to bring clarity to a singular message. 'cause you want them to do something so you yes you're trying to do that in an attractive way and in a professionally designed way but ultimately ultimately. It's all about the call to action. Whether you're whether it's print piece whether it's online you're asking them to do. Something is what you're asking to do appropriate for that particular regular audience. Will it inspire them to do it and is it clear to them what it is. You're asking them to do call this number. <hes> you know joining. I mean this this group of follow me on facebook. What whatever it is it should that clarity should be there and that's kind of what design does if you design nine well and is in its designed in a way that makes that easy for them to grasp because they're not gonna spend a lotta time there. You've got seconds if you can design nine and professionally in a way that that gets across then that's what's going to make a successful rabbit. Absolutely don't wanna diss anybody. Skill this is this is not the point but what i do want to do is build up the value of what somebody like. You brings to the table so for example. I see a lot the people that say i'm going to get an intern no no fence interns. I'm gonna get intern to use social media for me because they understand how to tweet. You know there's a a big difference between somebody who knows how the tweet and somebody who understands all of the questions that you asked in other words. You know who are the people. Where are they hanging out. What's your demographics whether they like. What colors do they like. Are they color blind. Are they not colorblind. You know all of those kind of fun things and and getting to know the details about that takes a lot of skill dislike the difference between taking clip art and turning it into a logo versus going through everything that you go through to create something is there's a lot more involved with it and because it's a lot more involved. It's going to cost more time and more money so one of the things i want to get across is. Why does it make sense for somebody to invest in graphic designer graphic designer. I brand or logo. What makes that worth. That's a really good question and we still. I still argue with clients all the time on on that in terms of cost 'cause 'cause 'cause things like fiber in those places out there. They're just they're everywhere and it's really enticing disea- something like wicks or you know our fiber fiber that just says hey you can get this done for five bucks or you can have a website in three minutes to go here and click this and then click that and you're done and it's like it skips over the entire process of why you would do something and it goes right to the to the how and then it doesn't even give it doesn't even represent that correctly <hes> there's no way you can create website and three clicks unless you you've already done week's worth of of work ahead of time. Have all your graphic graphics lined up and you know exactly what you're going to do <hes> but in terms of of like a a brand or logo design and identity denny design. It's really more about the value that you bring so so a lot of discussion. I have around that is okay. You can go down the street and you can get joe blow's cousin to do this logo for you for twenty five dollars <hes> but what are you gonna get in return is is he going to spend the time to really work through concepts and and come up with something that is unique to you. <hes> communicates well works in <hes> black and white color small horizontal vertical because now we have to be concerned about all kinds of orientation with websites and other types of devices assists. All of those things need to be taken into account so it's really it's usually not just a senior their graphic. It's a system that actually gets created identity and there's value to that in the sense that i may come up with a brilliant idea and it may be able to knock the the main graphic out in thirty minutes but the value that you're going to provide to someone is worth way more than that because this is going to be their visual handshake to the world so they're gonna use it on every day. It's going to represent them to prospective clients as well as as current clients and it says something about them. It's sir mark for their entire business their entire organization. That's worth something and so. It's it's that piece but it's also you you know when you do something like like a fiber allows with yoga or if you do ninety nine designs dot net.
"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Oh. We should go together sometime. I obviously almost did finally I'm going to say I love that his favorite emojis Bacon and and when you said that your favorite that that he's your favorite bacon it sounds like bullshit because I know how much you love Bacon Yeah you. Do you had begging today about two hours ago. I saw you eat bacon and I saw you enjoy a lot so for you to say that he's your favorite Bacon. Again sounds like hyperbole but I'm I'm here to tell you guys that it's not yeah I love you. Love it. In fact I just met somebody who doesn't like Bacon Not Kevin the food and I couldn't believe leave it. That's how much I like Bacon. I was like increased. I'm blanking on who it was but somebody claimed they didn't who was that I don't know it's like the meatloaf thing though it's like if you could either give up meatloaf food or meatloaf the singer for the rest of your life. What would you give up an war? <hes> yeah this. If you could give Bacon or Kevin Bacon on means you can Never Watch Kevin Bacon movie never hear Bacon Brother Song Never Hear Bacon Brothers Song <hes> well see now with the meatloaf question a a year and a half ago I would have said I would have given up meatloaf the singer <hes> but then I saw the musical Bat Outta hell which is coming to New York guys check. I saw twice in London once by myself. I went by myself the second time it. It was so good and reminded me how great some of those those songs were so I now would say I would give meatloaf the food and I'm also not. I like me love the Food A lot but it's not I don't have a lot of it. It's not my crazy about it. It'd be nice to one less meat. Who tells you about baking food? I gotta say I mean I love Kevin Bacon but you give up Kevin Bacon the actor he's listening remember <hes> if I could keep Canadian Bacon now I can't no I have. I could have ham you can have you can have other nationalities Bacon. Have Sausage Saudi Arabian Bacon anyway that was that was <hes> that was a thrill. I would definitely Kevin. I want you to know I would give up the Food Bacon. He's great. He's great. We like him very much. I tolerate him. He's fine we and of course thank him for coming on and thank you for listening and <hes> we are getting your emails right into life a short at wondering dot Com and <hes> keep them coming suggestions and the stories <hes>. We're going to start reading them soon. Allowed the already the source right so you can hear yeah it. Does you know good if we're just to know that we're reading them unless you wrote one and <hes> but so no that we are reading them and thanks for listening to life insurance. It could be a dream life good. Thanks for listening to life short. If you enjoyed the show. Please give us a five star review. Obviously be honest. WanNa tell you what to do but it would really help us show out. Tell your friends to subscribe. We're available on apple podcasts spotify Google podcasts and every major listening APP as well as wondering Dot Com life short is hosted
"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Mission impossible with Tom Cruise and Tom Cruise was then a few good men with Nice haven't bacon degrees while he's been a famous sacked for thirty five years us in God every I mean thirteenth Apollo Thirteen and so many iconic movies I think that's when we get into that the game and why the game was created the big challenge for me that I faced in this interview. It was to not gush as much as I wanted to so you met him. You worked with him worked with them recently for the first time I got my one degree with him on a funnier die short that he directed called a duck walks in. It's about out this love scene that Kevin Bacon is directing that involves a duck and it was such a surreal thing because part of it was so Kevin which is always a weird thing when a director has to choreograph like a sex in <hes> and in this case Kevin like got into the bed with me and started going through all these sexual positions and it was so it was funny and it was really fun <hes> but at one point I was like Whoa Kevin Bacon can is like lunging at me missionary. I have my legs spread open. Monash news is crazy. GotTa see this. Oh I did like reverse cowgirl on him. I wish you guys had seen how Justin's head cocked proudly proudly as you said Cowgirl Nerdy exhales yeah it was really was so fun and like there must have been so surreal it wise you because the way you have known him for so many years and Oh oh my God my idea of him as when I was a kid was that he was definitely cool because he was like starring in these cool movies flatliners and like a lot of movies that I couldn't watch too so even like she's having a baby. We weren't allowed to watch that. We were movies about babies yeah yeah but one of our favorite movies was one that is like a tradition in our family to watch every Thanksgiving is planes trains and automobiles. Kevin Bacon is a cameo in that where he tries to Outrun Steve Martin and it's a really great scene shot sorta like Sergio Leone movie were there and they they kind of each other from across as repressive. Oh thanks people might think that that was just put in. No that was just as whistle. Thank you whistler <hes>. I like to whistle. Do you know that about me. I whistle often to myself. I whistle alive. You know I've noticed that yeah. I've never heard you proclaim it. Though Oh yeah I've been noticing 'cause I've spent more time on my Ohio in the last year ladies. He's single whistler. Maybe that's kept me on my own. You know as we shows since we did this interview. We've Christian I've been saying W._W.. K._B. Stands for what would Kevin Bacon do D- W W K B O D I missed the letter Kevin Bacon..
"Everyone agrees Bacon makes everything better even marketing. This is the fake and podcast. You'll learn to cure your marketing Victor Internet marketing online marketing social media tips techniques now to help you bring more Bacon Hall Master Marketing Marketing Sizzle Brian Basilica. This is the Bacon podcast welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian. Basilica in this is the podcast where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business. Hey so today is kind of a sad day at my house because I have to get a new garage door opener now. It's only said because after eighteen years I have to get a new garage door opener things break right but the cool thing is this one's got WIFI now. My wife gets freaked out when she hit the button and the garage door doesn't go up and down understandably especially when she has to go to work so it was time but today we're going to talk about instead of searching for a needle in a haystack. Once you start building a pile of needles. This might take a little explaining so in the last episode number four eighty five. I interviewed interviewed John Corcoran John brought up this concept which I found very intriguing now. I have a new system that I've started and it's basically weekly Lincoln Tips webinars have view on check it out Gutu L. I. Four Sales Dot Com. That's L I the number four sales dot com.
"That's where you'll we'll see the most popular hashtags for twitter and again twitter is one of those places where you can use as many hashtags as you want but you're limited by the number characters so you can't overdo it. There the next place I see people using hashtags this unlinked so if you go to your homepage and you look over on the left there is kind of your profile information in that space it says hashtags that you're following so you can actually follow hashtags. If you click on that you can see which ones you're following and you can add more and that's a tool that is used in Lincoln but like most other social media it really depends on the users as to whether they're actually following it or not but it's a good idea to check it out and see what's going on now. The next two are not to popular when when it comes to hashtags the first one being facebook now facebook in general is just a bad search engine so if you do a search on a Hashtag say Hashtag Bacon. It's GonNa show you all the different options what it is from people in groups but it doesn't give you real good context of what the most recent stuff is so facebook is not the most efficient way to use hashtags and <music>. I'm suggesting don't even bother most people don't use them. The next one is pinterest now. Pinterest people do use hashtags but their search engine is so good. Most people are searching based on phrases in other words key words and phrases so I was GonNa say Bacon in a dish or bacon in vegetables it will show you much more targeted information so you don't need to use Hashtag Hashtag there so now let's examine some of the pitfalls with hashtags number. One people want to get the most popular hashtags in there but the biggest problem is is there's a ton of competition for example. One of the most popular hashtags is love. Well you know obviously I love Bacon so if I put in Hashtag love and Hashtag Bacon it doesn't equate to love Bacon that would be a separate Hashtag so you wanNA use hashtags that are much more targeted towards your audience. The other one is trending trending hashtags are great today but they could begun tomorrow so. So if you add trending hashtags to what you're doing chances are in may not be as searchable a couple of days down the road. The last kind of Hashtag is the personal or niche type Hashtag. These these are hashtags that are not popular but serve a purpose. Let me give an example every single day. I do a quote of the day now in facebook. I don't use them in Lincoln. I don't use them but in twitter and Instagram I do in the Hashtag. I use is Hashtag deep bacon thoughts why because if somebody wants to see all of the inspirational quotes it's I'm doing they can search and see nothing but the quotes so in that case it may not be super popular but it is promoting my brand and makes my stuff easier to find so so let me leave you with some best practices number one. Don't flood your post with Hashtags. It gets annoying. I would say the maximum you should use is three to five. That's Kinda the common logic but I did see oppose that said posts in instagram with nine tend to get the most popularity yet to try and check it out. The next thing is used hashtags eggs that are relevant to your content. Don't try to get the ones that rank the best because people are going to see it and say this has nothing to do with this post and finally have fun with it. Create your own Hashtag and see people like it and follow it so put the Mir pipe and smoke.
"bacon" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"Everyone agrees bacon makes everything better, even marketing. This is the fake and podcast. You'll learn to cure your marketing Victor. Internet marketing online marketing social media tips and techniques now to help you bring more bacon hall master marketing, sizzle, Brian basilica. This is the bacon podcast. Welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian basilica in this is the podcast where you learned to make your business. Sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey peeps. I'm excited. I have a great guest. His name is Michael Greenberg and today, we're gonna be talking about Generating Authority through authority marketing, so Michael, how you doing, man? I'm doing great. How about yourself? I'm good man. And so your company's call for content. And so you really help people kind of get their message out in a handful of different ways. And we'll we'll kind of dive into that. But before we move forward, I want people to get to know. You so how did you go? Let's talk about your origin story. How did you go from somebody who is importing and selling Chinese goods out of your? Trunk helping people get junk in their trunk. Meaning thorny online through Google and all that kind of stuff. How'd you go through that transition? Yeah. So I come from a family of entrepreneurs and. You know, growing up as a as a real little kid, I was shoveling driveways and sell them lemonade. And when I got to high school, I wanted to make more money than the drug dealers, so counterfeit goods was the best way to do it. That's ambitious. I like it, though. It worked out, beats by dre. You could buy them for, you know, thirty bucks a pair and sell them for one hundred. That's, that's a good margin. And I learned from that learned a lot about the basics of running a business running a budget, and I decided, I want to be a chef went to. Went got an apprenticeship started doing that thing. And then time came to choose college. And I found out the cheifs, don't make any money. So got myself an economics degree while I was in school. I dropped out went to a coding bootcamp joined a startup at that point found like my real love with digital technology and digital entrepreneurship and. From there left the startup started consulting, and then built Colfer content. That's where I am today. Cool. So, yeah, it's it sounds like a very typical entrepreneurial journey. And so, so let's kind of dig in on a thority marketing. I mean, there was a thing a handful years ago called Google thority where you were a thirty on something, I hear, you know, influence or marketing, a here, thority marketing, what's the difference? What is the general core of what a thorny marketing is? So the core of authority marketing is quite simply put and I hate to use the word authority to describe it. But I hope for those few listeners out there you get that. When I say thority I mean, a combination of respect and recognition in your field for success. And the core of authority marketing is proving and positioning yourself as that authority while simultaneously. Reaching out and developing relationships with the highest value network of clients that you can reach in cases. Sometimes, you know, in, I've heard it said before okay? Thority marketing is if you can go to somebody, and you can get hurt on Fox News on CBS on NBC on MSNBC, you know, you, you basically submit articles to blog posts to those particular. You know media outlets. Now, all of a sudden, you're in authority because you can use their logo on your website. It's not that, right. No, that's not our game at all right? And the two things that I like to talk about with authority, the two key points to remember is that when I'm talking about thority, and when you're really looking at thority and positioning because positioning is the part of marketing that marketers tend to ignore. In my experience in it's the part that a lot of people skip over because of that. But when we look at it thority, we know two things one that thority is relative, and to that, it's going to come from specialization. And so to walk through those authority is relative. A veteran barista might know the name of Starbucks CEO and consider him in authority and coffee. But he probably hasn't heard of. Neil patel. And so when you look at when you look at thority you have to know who that high value audiences, who you're trying to position yourself isn't a thirty two so that you reach them, because if you're a marketer, for say, accountants, accountants are people who need to know your great market, or for an accountant lawyers don't need to know that. And so relatively is a big part in along with that as talking to the examples. You can hear the specialization
"bacon" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The english who's sailing ships and windmills depended on it bacon would have no way of knowing the actual atmospheric causes of winds but he argued that an effort must be made to try to predict whether patterns he wrote quote if rules are diligently framed a prediction will generally hold good and quote these attempts at forecasting atmosphere changes make bacon one of the world's first weatherman no one else in europe at the time was forming meteorological theories like he was in his essay of gardens bacon wrote that quote all depends on keeping the eye steadily fixed upon the facts of nature and so simply receiving their images as they are and quote this was a revolutionary way of thinking in a world where so much knowledge was handed down through folk wisdom and religious dogma by taking such a point of view bacon began creating an intellectual atmosphere that led to all of the men and women of science who followed this approach made nonbiased observation the starting point of learning from there he instructed that the observations should be tested and that we should draw conclusions only after experiments are concluded which is why bacon is now credited with being the father of what we now call the scientific method beacons relative success as a scholar and author didn't bring in a lot of money however and he needed a lot more of it his lack of family wealth meant that state salaries had to be large enough for him to keep up with his contemporaries his money situation grew more serious when he was arrested for debt in fifteen ninety eight adding to the humiliation it happened outside the tower of london as bacon was leaving a legal council meeting lord burleigh must now have recognized the sad state of bacon bank accounts soon after the arrest the queen's treasurer covered most of the debt.
"bacon" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"Therefore he says it has our christian duty to be scientists because that is the ultimate act of charity it's amazingly persuasive and there's this religious zeal kick a christian religious zeal behind the first efforts toward the description of the intricacies of the circulation of the blood and and what can be seen of tiny creatures under the microscope and all this has a deep religious yossi to it just very different from the way we think about the relationship in science and religion and i remember one point i was doing bacon in a class with students and one of them wrote in her reaction paper that she was really surprised because quote i always thought of science as the enemy of religion and and that is completely absent from bacon 's idea and from the ideas of his contemporaries and i work a lot on history of atheism and where the origins of its reactions come and it really takes a long time and isn't it till starting in part of the eighteenth century that there's any strong association between science and atheism uh and it's really until deep into the 20th century that there's any prayer speculation that science on the whole will be against the existence of god instead of four so the first decades of the 20th century the default assumed position in most of the western world is that science on the whole serves to prove not disprove the existence of god uh and the fact that within just a few decades that expectation has been kind of reversed uh has totally changed the way people think about progress because progress is tied in so much to science and if science is seen as adversarial to religion than progress can't be seen as something framed within the context of religion or at least as much harder to see it that way the way originally had been i i have some.