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Wreckage of T.W.A. Flight 800 Housed in a Washington, DC-Area Warehouse to Be Destroyed

Ben Shapiro

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Wreckage of T.W.A. Flight 800 Housed in a Washington, DC-Area Warehouse to Be Destroyed

"Wreckage of a tragic jet craft has been stored in allowed in county warehouse is said to be taken out of service. 10 passengers 14 flight attendants and four cockpit crew died. There have been no survivors. He w way flight 800 took off from New York bound for Paris in July of 1996 and exploded moments later over the Atlantic. It took four years to determine an electrical Failure caused an explosion and since then the wreckage has been used to train investigators. Now in the age of three D scanning large scale reconstructions become dated. And so this summer, the wreckage will be dismantled and destroyed, honoring an agreement with the Victimsfamilies never to put it on public display. John Matthews on W. M A. L and

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Crafting a Conversion Series So You Can Sell with Email

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

05:45 min | 2 d ago

Crafting a Conversion Series So You Can Sell with Email

"Lot of the time in digital marketer. The things that we do aren't because we're incredibly intentional. They're out of necessity or we have a strategy that we can't fulfill on because of technology because of some other barriers. So we have to do something else and we do something else. And everyone gives us the benefit of the doubt and the credit that we had this brilliant epiphany from go and we're so put together but it's always fun at least for me to look back at how we have an asset or a process. Now that was created out of oops ryan and perry forgot to write and send emails one day probably about eight years ago. So that's why we're we're looking these templates now and that's why we were able to temple ties them and use them for all of our businesses and and what. I hope you'll to do is walk. You guys through some of the core templates and the conversion series That you can use to deploy in your business and truly built an automated follow up campaign for your business so back to the agenda. We're gonna move onto crafting your conversion series so a couple of wrap up points here. Remember the conversion series for new subscribers is going to be triggered simultaneously with the indoctrination series brand new people when they've opted in. They're going to get their your indoctrination series. But they're also going to go into conversion campaign right because going back to the question that ryan asked in the very beginning of this workshop or or at least the question that he posed in the very beginning of this workshop. You have a subscriber now. What what are you gonna do with the subscriber once you have them going back to the five phases of the follow up machine living here in the conversion phase and green is good red is bad and yellow. Is hoping that we're back on track. So we're right here. New subscriber or old subscriber news going to get the indoctrination campaign and the conversion campaign. Old is not going to get this. They are going to go into a conversion campaign because looking at this and thinking of this As it pertains to the customer value journey once someone subscribed the next most important thing for us to do is to get them convert to convert right. Something magical happens when you when you take someone from being just a subscriber just a prospect to a customer pain customer win when money or time exchanges hands when they give you money or they'll give you their time. They they change in the way that they look at you. They listen to you differently. And when you have a successful transaction they're willing to ascend so going back and thinking in here. After conversion we're focused on ascension that first conversion isn't necessary because we need to move them along from a us a low dollar or a entry point offer to a higher priced. it allows them to trust us with a successful transaction so making sure that our email campaigns and email series are are moving people efficiently through those processes. It's kind of what we're gonna be talking about here again to answer the question that ryan posed in the very beginning of this workshop. The the answers to move them quickly through the convert face as seamlessly as possible by deploying a conversion series. So let's talk just a little bit about conversion series so a conversion series is an interest based triggered campaign sent following a specific action or requests. Remember ryan talked about two types of email sends there's triggered and broadcast definitely the conversion campaign. At least an automated sense because we're building automated follow up campaign is triggered so in someone's requested a specific resource whether it's a lead magnet or whether they've subscribed for awebber opt in for a webinar. That's an interest based triggered campaign that sent immediately. Alright the job of the conversion series is to turn subscribers in the converts twice called the conversion series emails and a conversion series should referenced the previous positive reaction. This is big right. Think about if you just met someone and that personnel ryan talked about a lot about the from like your from information right the first email you send. You should not expect them to recognize you. Even if an amazing job at personal branding or branding your company they are not gonna see that email and remember who the heck you are. You haven't earned that yet. You haven't become important to them especially if they're new subscriber so if you're not tying back to that positive that previous positive action that they took they have no idea why you're emailing them and what the heck you're talking about and we are all really really busy. I bet you. I opted in for five things yesterday that i have. I don't even remember doing right. And i bet you that three of them tomorrow will email me. And i'll unsubscribe from them. Because i won't know what the heck they're talking about. I give everyone the benefit of the doubt that i opt into a lot of things. I don't believe they're spamming me. But i do believe really terrible job at reminding me why in the world they have the right to email me and why should care the way that you overcome that is referenced. The previous positive action and then prescribe the next logical. Step i if we know thinking back to the previous slide if it's interest based we know what they're interested in at least right now that may not be the only thing they're interested in but it is the thing that they were interested enough in to give you their contact information. So that's what they're interested in and you've said something on a page that talk them into giving you their contact information so you now know what they're interested in now remind them the last thing that they did your last interaction and then tell them what they need to do. Next so successful. Conversion emails will overcome or inoculate against known objections and common

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Frances McDormand Explains Why She Turned Down Press Requests for 10 Years

Daily Pop

02:25 min | 3 d ago

Frances McDormand Explains Why She Turned Down Press Requests for 10 Years

"Okay. We're going to move on to actress. Frances mcdormand so. She just made this bold confession. She says she turned out interviews for ten years and chance. Good recent the oscar winner told the new york times. It gave me a mystery back to who i was. And then the roles performed. I could take an audience to a place where someone who sold watches or perfume and magazines could not ooh that she a pull that off. Talk to me like with the studio. And say i'm not going to do any interviews. Well that is interesting. But you know who was famous for that trend's prince dude and that's why everybody loved him. He was so mysterious. He's one of the most mysterious unicorns ever. That's why i always say. I miss the days of times when we didn't know every single thing about celebrity. It's the reason why tom cruise came up and came up so hard. It's the reason why. Julia roberts has survived for so long because they gave you that. We didn't know about what they were eating about. What was in their frigerator as we didn't know where they were on vacation. But you also have to just remember that. This was years ago was ninety six when she started this remember. We only had the rag magazines and we had the big magazines and television shows. We didn't have all of this social media so now that's why everyone is putting everything out about what they do. Were like okay enough already. I don't do. You said about the scenario so i i think it was brilliant. Does it do you think they're still shame because to me i. I don't care if if i see a big celebrity coffee or watch or on a magazine cover. It doesn't really lowered their celebrity to me. I still value their are. And i don't mind seeing them in the movies. That doesn't distract me. Dad there's an opposite there's two sides to every story because there are some actors who look down on other actors can't get those endorsement deals. Who aren't you know making that extra coin but i think for for francis and garment. This is about her craft and she never wanted her craft ever be. I don't wanna say soil because it's not really solid but she didn't want white diamonds but i'll hawks. I'm white. i'm here for a chat about the art and her choices in the character because her first come out character was what fargo was in. That was a big deal so in order for you to maintain that you have to pick roles that bring that kind of eat. Attention or people is hollywood.

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Audio Branding and Marketing with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

03:59 min | 4 d ago

Audio Branding and Marketing with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

"How can brands or marketers. Get involved in audio in your mind. You're at the forefront of where audio is going some curious where you think people should be getting involved so i like to think about it as Two types of activities. They should be included in thinking about it. As let's bit in in order and on audio okay. When i thought about in all your means they should start placing their message their brand their marketing activity within the audio dimension itself. So either if they can do it. Then i recommend produce their own podcast upload their own content so much like they've invested in creating blogs before in order to deliver the directly their message with no intermittent intimate in in between they should create a podcast where they can add their own voice in story through it. Because people would like to listen about your company if they're going to start in investigating into your product and they wanna hear about it and as audio breasts and others are gonna make all your more accessible and searchable you want your clips in your story to be heard than to be included so within the audio by producing it or by exactly like what we're doing right now being interviewed by making sure that your product is exposed to podcasters lead casses review. Your product. understand what you're doing interview you place your message within the stream of audio because it's going to be extremely popular and that's where people are going to learn and get information and would like to hear about your brand okay. That's the first level that they can do. The second is what i consider the on audio as audio becomes more and more popular more emotional people become more connected with it. It creates an opportunity to sponsor all your to support audio so and they don't have to appear in the content itself but they can place their brand around it in sponsoring playlist sponsoring podcast. Creating an audio event within their of third party of curation of content is relevant to their vertical and the topic but brought to you by this or that. So let's say that i'm an. We'll go back to the automotive industry. Let's emma brandon wants to emphasize car safety and safe a driving than perhaps i created this audio event of curation with podcasters around it or existing onto the we've selected and connected and we recommend our customers to listen to that kind of content all brought to you by my brand as an example saying goes for the running shoes same. We'll go for any other brand marketer that wants to create that brand affinity between their brand and the topic and the content that they're potential customers care about. That's the on audio marketing. So you don't have to produce it an appearance in it you can just curate. It and you can create stories around the be the content. Dj of your customer. That's the kind of refill and marketing activities can do around audio and it reminds me. I've said this before on the show but it reminds me of Frankly like going way back in time when there were only three or four. Tv stations and the advertisers or sponsors were more intimately involved in not just being on on air so to speak sponsoring or or helping but they many times helped to craft the program itself and the being in the show so to speak or in audio and there's elements to that i think based on what you described it. I mean it's just a much bigger ecosystem to play in now and so many more different applications to do it. But i think you nailed it in terms of like just being in the program in the audio or surrounding yourself around or on the audio. It's kind of an interesting way to break it apart.

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There Is Now the first ever video of NASA landing a rover on Mars

Morning Edition

01:43 min | 4 d ago

There Is Now the first ever video of NASA landing a rover on Mars

"On Thursday, NASA landed its rover perseverance on Mars on the jet zero crater. Yesterday, they're released video from the Rovers Descent. Here's how it sounded from Mission control. When that happened last week, we're starting this straighten up and fly right maneuver where the spacecraft will jettison the entry balance masses in preparation for parachute deploy and to roll over to give the radar a better look at the ground. You can see the rovers parachute expanding as the craft decelerates. Al Chin is part of the perseverance mission and explained just how much power was behind that dissent gets launched out of the spacecraft with a mortar, which is basically a cannon with the muzzle velocity and run 100 miles an hour. And the spacecraft itself was going about 1000 miles an hour. This point going about 1.75 times. The speed of sound, so gentle landing was not guaranteed. As the rover rocketed toward the dull pink pockmarked surface of Mars. NASA staffers held their breath a flurry of dust as it got closer. And then success touchdown confirmed that it is carefully on the surface of Mars ready to begin speaking the sands of past life. Such a cool moment, There are six small cameras on the rover. One shows perseverance rolling through Mars is rocky terrain. It's located high on the rovers mast. It also helps with driving, and there are two microphones on the spacecraft, so there's just a bit of audio. Which is awesome. It sounds like the heartbeat of Mars. Yeah, And next comes the effort to find signs of past life. The mission for perseverance will persevere. For about 687 Earth days.

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Shaking Up the Lower Grade Curriculum with Writing

HMH Learning Moments

02:54 min | 5 d ago

Shaking Up the Lower Grade Curriculum with Writing

"Let's talk about writing. Yeah because i know there's a passion of yours. How do you find passion and a love for teaching writing in the earliest grades like it just seems like that usually happens with teachers that are in the upper grades. What would you in the grade levels that you love to teach it writing. Also become a passion. The i've seen such exciting writing pieces. Come from my students. Because i don't want to sound like my head is big or anything but i just can get little kids to write. I just can the system. That kind of came up with for my students where i basically spent a month. Indoctrinating them with the process. They could say forwards backwards upside down. It doesn't matter in their sleep. There is a little chance that i taught them. And bay internalized it and it was like it's just initial and then i talked to him what to do on each level of writing process and also became like a game right right right i had a display on the wall and it was almost like okay. I did all the things i need to do. On level one like the picking ideas as like they had success checks that they had to do before they can move the level two and it became like a game. They're like. I did this and i did. This did this. And they didn't check with me they check with a friend like the idea was that i could get out of it. Let them depend on each other or themselves to produce a piece of writing and if their friends like you did this miss you can go to level two. They're running up to the law and they're moving their picture to level two and they have a new goal sheet of things they have to do on that level and i talked them so explicitly what to do on every single level that by the time they got that they don't need me. Why do you need mrs tab. I don't know what to do next. I have to pick an idea. Okay monopoly i did. I have to plan it out then. I gotta read the thing that i have to edit it out to revise it in the not publish it and then i go back and pick a new idea. Have you know and so it just i mean even the boast roebuck writers because so many kids. They hate writing they. They don't know what to do. There's anxiety there. It seems like this big beast of fame but the way to get writing anxiety to go away is to teach them how to like system get something created all. That's taken care of. So i spent all my time working on the crashed right because they had the process now so i was actually able to get in there and help them improve the quality of the crafts instead of running around being like us. You don't even know how to said it's you didn't even put a capital letter here. Oh my goodness you just look. Although eat how kids periods all the way down to the paper they just what they think essentially is all that it was gone because at top them explicitly and once they had can pretty much anything i asked him to write in. It's just the best love

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E-Eggs Track Turtle Traffickers

60-Second Science

03:51 min | 5 d ago

E-Eggs Track Turtle Traffickers

"Take note. If you're thinking about stealing eggs from the nests of sea turtles on the beaches of costa rica. well you may wind up getting more than you bargained for because researchers have combined. Gps technology with three d. printing produce. Decoy eggs that look and feel like real turtle eggs but can track where traffickers go when they swipe these endangered embryos the egg saving efforts are mapped out in the journal. Current biology some finds sea turtle eggs to be a delicious seasonal treat. Others think they're an aphrodisiac. Which has produced a thriving illegal market the mock turtle eggs were crafted in response to something called the wildlife crime tech challenge a program sponsored by the us agency for international development. Scientists led by kim williams kyanne of paso pacifico conservation organization device the decoys. They drew their inspiration in part from popular tv. Show says paso pacific executive director. Sarah ostrom kim's idea to put a tracking device into the league came from an episode of breaking bad where the police hit a. Gps transmitter in a shipment of raw materials for methamphetamine lab. The first challenge was getting the eggs substitute just right. We started with the size and dimensions of the turtle. Egg trying to figure out. How much do they weigh. What's their texture. How often squishy are they. What's their color then. The sorted out the electronics cell phones very widespread throughout the world. And we realized that if we could just use a sim card and a gps gsm technology. That's used in cell phones that even if a beach was remote from a cell tower if it was headed to a market somewhere would eventually pass by a cell tower. And the decoy aches could transmit to one of these cell towers. Finally it was time for a field test. I was actually the person who put the eggs in the nests. Helen physi- of the university of kent. And so it was really a case of deploying decoys into the nests and seeing if they Happens when they as you get. Taken fiji planted a decoy egg. In one hundred one. Sea turtle nests on four costa rican beaches about a quarter of the decoys got snatched some malfunctioned but others gave trackable signal. One wound up at a bar about a mile away but another traveled an impressive eighty five miles from its nest. Physique kept an eye on its progress from her cell phone and basically was moving further and further inland And eventually it. Stop so zoomed in on on the like google maps basically and it showed me very very clearly that it gone behind a supermarket like some sort of akali seep market loading by kind of area which was pretty suspicious is now really re not reason to really be there unless you unless you're up to up tonight good. The decoy hung around the loading dock for a time before making its way to a nearby residential property the fact that it spent two days in so waiting suggests that it may been handed over to a trafficker who sold it to someone else perhaps even the consumer that really fits we what we know about the illegal trade of xing. Costa rica reunited fanatic. Total information from interview information that exists old door to door and it seems likely that this is what's happened so yeah. We're very happy with that result. We've we've proved the concept that you can actually use these x. fee says. She hopes the decoys which they've dubbed. The investigators can help to really crack down on the illegal poaching of sea turtle eggs and reduce such operations to shell of their former selves.

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Spacecraft Named For 'Hidden Figures' Mathematician Launches From Virginia

Her Turn

01:28 min | 6 d ago

Spacecraft Named For 'Hidden Figures' Mathematician Launches From Virginia

"Her name just prior to her death at age 101 in 2020 Johnson won the presidential Medal of Freedom, received an honorary doctorate from West Virginia University and was spotlighted in the Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures. Northrop Grumman named its new cargo craft the SS Katherine Johnson, following the company's tradition of naming new spacecraft after influential figures in the history of space flight. In a news release, Northrop Grumman said Johnson's work quote quite literally launched Americans into space, and her legacy continues to inspire young black women every day, unquote Yes, I hired Johnson in the 19 fifties at the dawn of the space age. Her work was to act as a human computer, and that work was underappreciated and underpaid. At the time. However, it's now recognized as instrumental in sending the first Americans into Speight's Johnson also double check the orbital equations you through John Glenn's 1962 Space flight, and she calculated the precise time and location for launching the first manned mission to the moon. Yesterday, Johnson's namesake took off from Virginia to deliver supplies, scientific experiment and spare equipment to the crew on board in the international space station. In December. New Mexico representative Damn. Holland was selected by President Joe

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Italian Coast Guard Rescues 47 Migrants after Small Boat Capsizes

NPR News Now

00:32 sec | Last week

Italian Coast Guard Rescues 47 Migrants after Small Boat Capsizes

"Nearly fifty migrants a small wooden boat were rescued off. Italy's coast by the coast guard today as the craft capsized in the mediterranean. Italian coastguards has the migrants were being transferred to the italian vessels when the boat overturned about fifteen miles south of lampedusa island human traffickers in libya and tunisia often lodge overcrowded unseaworthy rubber dinghies and aging fishing boats toward european shores for migrants. Who are hoping to find family or jobs.

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Mars landing team 'awestruck' by photo of descending rover

News, Traffic and Weather

01:19 min | Last week

Mars landing team 'awestruck' by photo of descending rover

"Out of this world images back from Mars, courtesy of the Perseverance Rover. The team at NASA sharing the crafts. First pictures of the Red Planet ABC is Geo Benitez has more dramatic new images from Mars like we've never seen before. The rover perseverance, sending back high definition color photos from the Red Planet. The most advanced robot ever sent into space hanging from its jet pack. You can see the dust kicked up by the rovers engines. We're probably about 2 M or so above the surface of Mars. Perseverance has 23 cameras on board the rover surviving those seven minutes of terror as it entered the Mars atmosphere Thursday, successfully landing in an ancient dried up late. That's unconfirmed this safely on the surface of more Thank you can soon for the first time, perseverance should allow us to hear sounds from the surface of Mars. Then yet another ambitious project. Perseverance will eventually unleash the first ever helicopter to fly on Mars ingenuity. This here is that helicopter. This is gonna be the first ever helicopter to fly on another planet. It is just £4 the images, capturing an extraordinary effort to search for signs of ancient life. For

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Iran Demands U.S. Lift Sanctions Before It Reenters Nuclear Deal

BBC Newshour

06:18 min | Last week

Iran Demands U.S. Lift Sanctions Before It Reenters Nuclear Deal

"Iran has set a deadline off Sunday for the United States to lift the sanctions imposed by President Trump after he pulled us out of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement. But Biden administration has indicated that although it is prepared to ease the measures, it'll only do so if Iran first returns to compliance with the nuclear deal. Over the past five years, Iran has resumed enrichment on development activities and alleged violation off the nuclear agreement. Head of the UN's nuclear watchdog, has arrived in Tehran today to find out more so both U. S and Iran of staked out their position ahead of Sunday's deadline. The Biden administration is also agreed to return to nuclear talks with Iran, with its European allies, raising the prospect of the U. S. Rejoining The 2015 agreement, however, is the new secretary of state, Antony Blinken told the BBC's yelled at her Quim. There were conditions attached to any future U. S engagement with Iran. We have a policy in recent years of so called maximum pressure on Iran that has not produced results. In fact, The problem has gotten worse around is now much closer to being able to produce on short order enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon that so called breakout time had been pushed past one year. By the nuclear agreement. It's now down, based on published reports to just a few months and meanwhile, Iran has been not standing down but acting up in the region with various destabilizing actions, attacks on our own forces in Iraq and elsewhere on our partners. And so the problem has gotten worse. Not better. U S Secretary of State Antony Blinken and earlier I spoke to Professor Mohammad Marandi of the University of Tehran and former nuclear talks advisor Firstly is Iran in any way, please, to see a change of president. In the United States. I don't think anyone in Iran Mrs Trump, but I don't think that anyone really has any expectations of by them. We already see that Biden and his administration is pursuing the same policies of maximum pressure. And instead of being apologetic for what the United States has done to Iran, he has expectations from Iran. The Americans left agreement, but it's the Iranians that he expects to comply by the agreement instead of the United States, making up for the harm that it's carried out against ordinary Iranians. Or, for example, the United States has murdered a senior Iranian general who led the fighting against Isis and Al Qaeda and the region. Yet the United States is speaks of its concern about Iranian behavior, So it's a sort of extraordinary situation where Trump leaves. But the legacy of Trump is still there in many ways, But with all due respect, you're not getting Maura of the same with the Biden administration, for instance, it has already dropped to push for more sanctions at the United Nations crafted by President Trump, and it's also removed restrictions. On Iranian diplomats a credit to the United Nations in New York. Maybe these are small things, but they're indicative off a different approach. Do you not think No, I think they're zero the movement of Iranian diplomats in New York. It's just a very small irritant. It has no impact on life for ordinary Iranians and the withdrawal of the U. S letter to the U. N. Security Council makes no difference either because the U. N did not accept Trump's claims that those sanctions were back in place because the United States left the P five plus one. They didn't have the authority to write that letter. What is important for Iran is that the United States has not abided by his obligations and neither have the Europeans, whereas it was the Iranians that remained within the framework of the P five plus one and committed itself to its obligation and on Lee after a long period of time that Iran decrease its commitments because the other side was not abiding by any of their commitments. So you would acknowledge that, as of now Iran is in non compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement. I mean, it's resumed enrichment and development activities. No, it's the other side that has been in noncompliance for years and within the framework of the deal. I think it's article 36. The Iranians have the right to when the other side is not carrying out its obligations. It has the right to decrease its own commitments to its obligations so the Iranians are on Lee risk. Implicating but with great delay. In fact, many in Iran are saying, Why did you wait all these years? You should have stopped applying Iranian commitments to the JCP away when the Americans stopped, But the Iranians who waited because the Europeans promised to do something about it, and they didn't and then gradually, Iranians like decrease its commitments. But Iran has never left the deal. And Iran has always said if the United States returns to its commitments will reciprocate. But so far the United States has done nothing. I mean, you set this deadline for the United States to lift those sanctions against Iran. What's around going to do when that passes and you don't get what you want? Well when the Americans do not remove the sanctions, That means that the United States will continue the maximum pressure campaign, which means the United States will not abiding by any of its commitment within the framework of the nuclear deal, and therefore Iran will end the remaining commitments that it is carrying out with it. The framework of the nuclear deal. In other words, if the United States implements the deal, we implement the deal, but for now on, we're not going to implement part of the deal. When the Americans are implementing none of the deal. The Iranian law that was passed gave Biden a month and a half. He could have just used his pen and reversed Trump's presidential decrees, but he did not make that choice. If he chooses to make that choice that the Iranians will reciprocate, But the Americans cannot expect any changes to the deal. There will be no change is the side that can make demands is Iran, not the United States. Iran was hurt by American maximum pressure campaign as it was committed to the

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Perseverance Rover Has Successfully Landed on Mars and Sent Back Its First Images

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:48 sec | Last week

Perseverance Rover Has Successfully Landed on Mars and Sent Back Its First Images

"On the Red Planet following the usually difficult to send through the Martian atmosphere. We have just heard the news that perseverance is alive on the surface of Mars. Congratulations to the mission was put on NASA TV. The craft began beaming back simple photos of the Martian surface. Just minutes later, perseverance will be collecting rocks for a future mission to pick up and return to earth. It also has a small helicopter drone that scientists will hope to fly short hops on Mars. Named ingenuity. Evan Brown Fox News. I was cool to see See them get all excited, one that when it landed, that is something else here, a space nerd, I I am. But again, the analogy hold the analogy of a hole in one from California to Florida just was like God just do the astronomical literally eight or seven year on Colorado's morning used to Dr

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Portrait Of Jose Feliciano

Latino USA

04:51 min | Last week

Portrait Of Jose Feliciano

"What i first met jose feliciano it was the year nineteen eighty six. It was a concert of his in california. And i was doing my first ever interviewed him now at that time was leon was one of the most famous latinos that i had ever met and what i remember the most was that he wasn't afraid to be himself. He was eccentric and a true bohemian artist. That was truly one incredible guitarist who couldn't get much padma five separate night. All oh and that air of confidence translates musically to everything hosts it touches. And if this is the first time you've heard of jose feliciano and you're not sure you know him. Well listen to this. Bobby bobby doc. That's what set feliciano's mega nineteen seventy. Christmas hit police one of the all time most famous christmas songs in the world but with a career that spans almost six decades ho says major milestones have come from him putting his own personal stamp a mix of soul folk latin and blues on well known songs whether that's of the past visa goddess. Zing zing on saying were classic rock songs three monks and even star spangled banner. Here's his iconic performance from a world series game in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. Oh a that may sound like an average game day performance but it was a risk that then three year old. Jose took during the height of the vietnam. War with his soulful rendition. Jose open the door for other artists to perform the national anthem in their own unique ways there was born in nineteen forty five in lettuce puerto rico and has been blind since birth. He was five years old when he and his family migrated to spanish harlem and it was in new york city for. He developed his love for music and crafted his skills on the guitar. In the nineteen sixties or say went on to become an international sensation especially in latin america. And since then he's performed on themed stages around the world. He's recorded over sixty albums and has won multiple. Grammy awards was. If any see now in seventies join me in the studio to talk about how humor is one way. He has coping about his almost sixteen year career and to talk about one of his favourite relationships. The one he has with his guitar. I'm wondering ho said. When was the first time that you remember hearing the sound of the guitar and was in an instant was it. Just like Yes it was. You hit the nail on the head. How how did you did. You live with me have you. What are you just like. You just like telling jokes all the time. Is that where. I'm sorry to say that has been my way of accepting the fact that i was blind that i wasn't normal A what at least people around me thought normal should be because in latin family if you have some kind of disability they start thinking oh my god. What's going to happen which happened to me. I remember hearing my parents discussing my future. All poor jose. what are we gonna do about. 'em eat canned. Seize blind and. I heard that i made up my mind right then in there that i was going to be different.

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'The Silence of the Lambs' Turns 30

Filmspotting

00:25 sec | Last week

'The Silence of the Lambs' Turns 30

"One of jack craft dont you. I am yes paseo credentials. Shortly close please. Closer silence of the lambs turns thirty this month. At the ninety two oscars it took home the top five prizes actor actress director screenplay and picture one of only three films to pull that

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NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | Last week

NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

"Rover has landed in the past. Our perseverance touched down safely on Mars, where it will look for signs of ancient life, among other very cool things. And now the $2.7 billion spacecraft is getting a close up. Look at the Red Planet. With some engineering help from a Queens native Gotham's reporter City Pereira has the story. Vishnu Streeter grew up in Rego Park, where he was fascinated with watching airplanes take off from LaGuardia. His grandfather, a civil engineer who built trains and dams in India inspired him. Now he has co engineer these Super Cam, a scanner that can examine rocks and minerals from 20 ft away to reveal their chemical makeup. That's something I will cherish for less of my life having to have touched and worked on. A piece of hardware that's honest way to Mars. The 27 year old helped build the craft at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

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NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

Morning Edition

03:34 min | Last week

NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

"Good morning, Scientists from Planet Earth will land another mission on Mars today. NASA calls the rover perseverance. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka has been following this one. Good morning, Joe. Morning, Noel, Can we talk about the logistics of this? They have to get a hurtling projectile toe land safely on Mars. How is this done? Yeah. What's the big trick? It's going 12,000 MPH, and they have two landed it two MPH. No problem. Well, what happens is they're overs packed up into something called the Aero Shell, which hits the top of the atmosphere on Mars and Atmosphere slows the craft down and it's friction heats up. That's why there's a heat shield, but that does slow it down quite a bit. But then there's a giant. Parachute that slows it down further and then finally, there's something called the Sky Crane, which is a jet pack that flies over the landing site to the landing site, then lowers the rover down on a tether and then cuts the cord and flies away. But the interesting thing is, this is the same landing system that the last rover used called curiosity. But it's been made more up to date by the fact that it's got this smart landing system so that you can actually look for Ah, good place to land. If it doesn't like the first place it picks the confide to the next one. What is modern is all the computers and navigation systems are on this new rover. The design of the rocket engines on the sky Crane is actually 50 years old. Believe it or not, those engines all trace their way back to the Viking Landers. That's Joe Cassidy, He's executive director for space at Arrow Jet Rocket die in the company that makes the rocket engine. The Viking missions landed on Mars in the mid seventies, and Cassidy says the rocket designed depended on a special valve that made it possible to vary the Rockets thrust. Funny part is back in the seventies, We had a supplier that actually developed that forest with J. P L came back to us in the latter part of the first decade of the 21st century and said, We want you to do that again. That supplier was no longer in business. But luckily they were able to find an alternate supplier who would make the valve for them. Very luckily, what is perseverance looking for on Mars? Well, it's landing in a place called Jez zero Crater, which was they think a lake bed 3.5 or Lake 3.5 billion years ago, And the idea is there might might might have been microbes in the lake. So there'll be cameras on the rover that will study the appearance of rocks looking for things like stromatolites, which are structures left behind by mats of bacteria. They're also instruments on the rover that will measure the chemical and mineral composition of the rocks at the landing site, and Nina Lanza is a geologist at Los Alamos National Lab and the scientists on one of those instruments called super Camp. See, this is the kind of thing that a geologist needs right. We need both chemistry. What's in Iraq and mineralogy how it's arranged. So knowing those things tells a lot about the conditions under which the rock form then whether or not those conditions were conducive to life. I asked this excitedly. Could we be getting news soon, saying that there was life on Mars? Well, it's one of those news stories where people get very excited, but they will also say I'm from Missouri proof show me so that's actually the idea of this. They may see things that look like there might have been life there. But they say to confirm that they have to bring the rocks back to Earth. And in fact, that's what this mission is going to do. It's going to collect samples that a future mission will return to Earth. Okay. NPR Mars correspondent Joe Palka.

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Japan starts COVID-19 vaccination campaign with eye on Summer Olympics

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | Last week

Japan starts COVID-19 vaccination campaign with eye on Summer Olympics

"Begun mass immunization for Corona virus, the slowest launch of any advanced industrialized country. Millions of doctors, nurses and other health care staff are being inoculated in Japan first, and thousands will be tracked for possible side effects. It's a slow immunization rollout meant to reassure vaccine wary Japanese that the shots are safe. Senior citizens won't line up for their shots until April. Complicating Japan's fight against the pandemic is it's hosting of the Tokyo Olympics set to start in less than six months. Lucy Craft, CBS NEWS Tokyo

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Gov. J.B. Pritzker Delivers State of the State and budget address in Chicago

Anna Davlantes

00:34 sec | Last week

Gov. J.B. Pritzker Delivers State of the State and budget address in Chicago

"Delivered his state of the state budget address this afternoon. His budget proposal eliminates nearly $1 billion in corporate tax loopholes. Old state spending levels flat, includes new federal money for education and does not include a tax increase. This will be one of the most challenging budgets this government has ever had to craft, but I know there are willing partners in the General Assembly. Compromise, hard work and a willingness to make tough decisions is going to be required of all of us. The state is currently facing a $3 billion budget deficit.

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"crafts" Discussed on Craft Hangout

Craft Hangout

06:52 min | 2 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Craft Hangout

"Plywood and it's this premium plywood. That is clean on one side and it's perfectly if you're wood-burning or using anything else that's like clear from nuts like using for laser cutting your laser won't chupak at Bounce bounce off the woods or anything so the what comes from all over and it's very hard to always find a A source in america. That actually has the quality and allows you to stay afloat as a business so we really only partner with factories that are on. The same page is us a no. Because it's interesting. We started as a small family business. And we're growing and we a lot of times people lose sight as they grow. But we definitely like to say it as follows. We like to say that we're planting roots for the future. So all yeah as a tree grows a tree could only sustain itself if it has strong roots and of roots are not good. Then the tree is gonna fall. It's gonna rot away is so that's really how we look at it and we definitely try to stay with the suppliers because they're our neighbors and they were there for us when we first started down with. Are there for us now. We continue to have a great partnership with them. But you know we definitely do. Try to stay afloat. No we definitely do source it. Oh you know other places as well but it sounds like you're trying to inability. Yeah it sounds like you're trying to you like like you said like when you can keep it in the us if someone you can't 'cause we are living in an international world Like you're just trying to work with ethical companies. Is that right yet. Ethical sustainable places that that they're harvesting with cure a lot of places they just harvest and it's a horrible thing to watch companies just harvest away. They'll just cut down huge amounts of fires for no good reason. Like you know like we're why would you cut that place down. That's not where was air four. But that's definitely were we go. We go to a sustainable harvesting place that definitely has a communal their community in mind and they have a positive impact in what they're doing. It's nice to know that you have like crafters. Back on that. Because i know like elisa and i and we have talked about how just different craft supplies have like an environmental impact. And it's nice to have a trusted source where we know that they're like doing this homework for us with figuring out like we can feel comfortable using woodpeckers plies. Hey we're comfortable with you know. We will have to sleep at night and understand that what we're what we're doing is okay. Yeah anti things just because he got to support a family. So what are some of the more popular ways you've seen people using your product and like two part question jake. What are some of the most unique ways you've seen your customers using it. You could ask so many people. What do you do with. Oh with a wooden cube and they'll be only use it for as a counter Countdown or i used a for baby showers or if you ask my son hey what do you do. If it. and he's he looks at this time. I did this and this might be back yet. There's so many ways to do crafting again like you have so many different people doing different kinds of crafts at. There's definitely like this endless amount of ideas that you can definitely find and the craziest. Oh my gosh. Oh i love breaking it out by like by like you know like okay. So let's look at what. What products are we talking about What what kind of wood products. So like the. I griffith trigger over i do. Oh my gosh okay. So check her out on instagram. I love instagram. I find instagram. Plays actually connect people and say hello everyone other places you know you just like it's like you don't know who anyone is but like actually connected people you get to learn who they are and you develop awesome relationship. Hey that's how we met. It's the g connecting people to other people so league griffin like she does paper crafts and she does like material crafts and she has these classes on using and and paper and felt and she makes his awesome crafts like one year. She made this little leprechaun at of a peg doll and she used cell and another time. She made these christmas crafts. That were made out of paper and there were she. She's awesome colors and she used are wooden beads as like a component. That's a look like you know you taking those raw piece of wood. You're leaving it as is and you're adding on extra other materials and it looks so cool so and then there's also Their handle is make it your own. It's like these cute to kids with their mom and they make these craft all these different sorts of crafts like. They're they're cute. They're educational. they're fun and then then dabbled. Do your from not mandy. Knew what jesse. No i don't think so. Okay so she so she'll take like dow pins and all these other like small components and she'll make these cracker jack's and nutcrackers and all these different kinds of different like structures like players and Entire school also make it with her. It's like you get these really cool. Unique column figures and like these structures at the kids make and shall i take everything from from the largest pieces of the smallest pieces and she just she just creates. It's it's cool thing checker out. It's babble dabbled to on instagram. we're getting the hookups. Oh my gosh. I let me run through so much like i just list crafters for the rest of this episode. If you want listening yes okay go. On is like corrente from wildfire fibers. She takes she does maccarone and she does all these cool in. I find your macaroni uplifting. I find it inspiring again. It's like it's it sounds weird but it's like it's happy does not signed. We're no crowning crappy crafting. Recently i look at it. And i i see it and i hey. This is a nice way to start a day. You know then so some crazy stuff. Yes sure some some crazy stuff with with glow forges and laser. Cutting from you know go for like you know. You're advance home laser cutter or from the more industrial size ones. There's a is a guy. His name his his handlers zappelli alien creations and he makes his pretty interesting like laser cuts. a very very interesting very nice and like he layers them up. You know like he stacks them with dimension like.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"Cool that you mentioned growing up in the gdr because it's kinda resonates who's me. I was born in russia in ninety one. So i actually didn't see the soviet union. Obviously i was doing five four collapsed. So i didn't see it but i saw the scarcity. I actually even on many of my old pictures. A lot of stuff and wearing as a kid is made by my grandmother and my mother was close consumables. Today i saw it. When i do in my book shops some old ladies. Maybe an forties or fifties. They comes of staff. They ward in the eighties. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty s and we can do really good things with this because of it has good quality the fabric and saw sewing is really good and you can work with this then when i wreck today the some kids and thirteen fourteen years. They have some Closings i'd it. For example prime. Mock really bad fabric. You can see after free times in. Washing machine is broken. It's not good and then it doesn't make sense to saw something new about this. It's really a lost walk. I think i was wondering where do you get the stuff you work with. You said that you don't work with new stuff so do do staff and work with this but normally regularly and doing some closing as parties already. Some cloths you cannot change because of the quality is not good. It's broken it's a it's a hole in it all such things and these disclose i take with me and this i can work or of appoint is there some Events working Advertising stuff such flexibility schwarzkopf's and they have different colors for each event. And sometimes i get these stuff. And i can office So you talk with the companies like events companies and they know that you can take through. Something breaks sometimes. Go going to embellish takasu. One day of collecting Donated items for the for the homeless people yet and some stuff. They cannot use for the homeless people because of For on sued items by this ellett in their shop for example of By their im- one yeah mental at such a nice crab you can use it for so many projects so i always talk to my guests. If they're able to support themselves with their thing so i know that this year is obviously very different from any normal but everything works but I think The last four or five years. It's been everything in. Its sometimes better sometimes. Good but it's it's it's working but I must say it's a it's a low level. I'm not rich. But i do not need so much Because i do not buy new stuff anymore. Only the it's my rant and have to pay. It's the food after pay. It's mac computer. Of course i have to pay and sings like this and for the kids of course The the Free time music school of sporting such things but it works. Yeah it's not much but it works. How has this year been for you. I know it's hard for pretty much. Everyone in any kind of creative occupation. Yes it was really hard at the beginning of march. It started before the locked on. I got a gets so much Cancelation of dates and effort. Oh my god it's i. I can close everything. But later i i spoke with my clients and i've worked for example with libraries libraries and am day rousseau and asked me for some creative ideas to make things for them. I made some. Yes as i started to make a youtube channel. And it's as a started to make some videos with some planning to torius. Or other things i speak about and yet it was the beginning of the nother experience this year and i think it will be good i. I will make more videos us in the future. Hope all the best but as sought corona. This year was not was not only bad. It was a chance to make some new things to make some different things. And i i take the challenge. Okay thank you and have a really nice day. Thank you very much. Yeah and that was it for the tenth episode of crafts and people. The next one will come out on december twentieth and it will be the end of the season and of course it will be dedicated to the christmas season and to the end of this very tough year after that will take a break to prepare the new season and you can always get in touch with me via email and social media by by and always thinks to my friend. Make for making this jingle and the rest. I did by myself goodbye..

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"A lot of noise in a lot of mass and you probably don't one hundred percent understand what's going on is incredibly aggressive and overwhelming. So most of the. I think the crux of everything boils down to trust and communication. If you can't explain to someone communicate what they're doing in a way they still feel like they're in charge of their space and he failed when there was some workers coming to do some reverse here in germany were completely fine but sometimes i asked my german stay with them because they just ignore me. They like this young woman. And i speak with an accent and my german isn't perfect so they just treat me like a five year old and i'm like i'm paying you the stories that i hear off our customers it just it makes a blood boil like was saying is often. It's single women. Single mothers these these strong women like they know that shit and i've had customers say yeah. He had handbags of come. Round inside a wedge. Your husband gone. I'm not married if thinking it was just like a miscommunication that night. Light gun and these women that own them at houses for god's sake who run businesses. That found is strong. Women it all. It makes me so angry. A lot of customers a female. It's something i definitely would let shift demographic a bit to not be just about women. I think you can do work for like ten years. Out of christ was so busy at the moment. I'm about to hold of contact loans to people went into lockdown. Got used to it and started calling coburn pavement. We've been that's what happens so normally the summer will be really quiet for us. So people are solid park light. You're not really sitting staring at you wolves and would pick up when everyone comes back in this time of year and we've been flat-out since august with fully for two weeks the entire team seven people do miss simply repair support from. I think like boss from we do a lot of what we j. stands little bit mundane. So it's a little bit wolfenstein. Three d make your home but the large contract. This won't touch it so a lot of coaching rails lights bathroom cabinet mirrors art work assembling kia furniture. Yeah like they got construction companies. It's not a bad thing whereas we love that you're able to. It really does make someone's house dan. Someone hasn't had a bathroom light six months stolen level of sheer unbridled joy. That they don't have to be in the dock any will brings so much joy. I can see making Why you're not doing a plumbing. So is it just because it's You need.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"But i never had some won't pay me to do. Luckily my first abbot customer was absolutely delight. I go she was amazing. Um so it kind of like build me up and made me so. I felt i could conquer the restaurant and then did quite well better than i expected. I still what can i take job my job as a designer and the i took a patented to a nissan job. I was like yeah. He decent saturday woo normal things So actually put the business on hold for six months and then i got fired from that job so and it kind of threw me so far for my comfort zone. I thought well okay Try let's try to with might see just needed to do something the day because i guess when you're fired some we have those empty days. I always feel. I need to be doing something i need to be busy. Need to have like a full calendar. Almost and i fell any is coming yelled which credibly grateful but then i was thinking. Hang on this business. It was it's a day before it was tiny this'll scientists and doing awry so okay. Let's try it. Because i'm never going to be in a position again where i can financially afford to take this risk amid later. You found other women quarter to with. Did he think that played a role. But it's a women's only yeah collective not actually women's only collective sh so it used to be at the moment so it was women chosen on binary But we are now hiring everybody on our team. It's still very much female founded or donated. That is a big thing. I mean i'm not gonna lie. There is an element of kind of gimmick behind it that has helped with the initial marketing. Little bit we had to hire our entire team in may june and we were hiring for everybody regardless of gender. So yeah we just haven't had officially nine-stop such because it's still very good at what we do you fought. We provide a wonderful. I don't think it should make any difference is what the gender of my team is if that makes sense. The bar in the industry is so low solo. I'm not saying it's incredibly male-dominated.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"As a graphic design and brand design. okada over ten years. I was doing a belene before. I started working. It's not designing things quite agree shanked. A lot of customers lied. They do feel a lot safer. When especially if you honey work or something that requires faith annoying for it. That like these today design our k- kind of deferred to you a little bag of my team come from credit backgrounds. So it's kind of there's a bit of a cross from the sense that you need to problem. Sell them up And you need to have a bit of a creative. I but yes from the physical things will compete right. It could not be fed information but if you are doing a lot of the stuff in your own because he removing so you. You're building furniture Painting walls anna. I had appeared in the uk in cooled property guardianship which is kind of light legal squatting so you live in buildings to kind of protect them from people like breaking into the not so i lived in a school An old factory when my friends lived in a bank and these Empty buildings you had to build an entire kitchen in an old office very you. You've really got good at being kind of crafty about how you could put stuff together. I kinda loved. It was incredibly stressful. But it was really fun can imagine if you were living middle school like a classroom is decisive. Whole flat usually. Hey i'm giving the outlook of the school. I stuff very quickly and it gave me a lot more confidence. Also living in those buildings because a lot of them were going to be demolished. Some point anyway. It was just like a huge practice. Grind it didn't matter if something if he makes them wrong because it was fine. The building was gonna get demolished six. I guess it's a weight of stop turning it into like drug dander illegal drug farm. It's cheaper and safer than having security cameras and things like that. Did provide low people with a lot of these buildings with beautiful proper. Old victorian buildings stunning disappeared easy. We're gonna demolish them. I mean usually stuff like this kept safe is not one of them still standing The other two are definitely demolished. Since i've laughed one of them is still that the really nice will veterans are valuable right. He usually try to renovate them. You're not listening. Uk tank listed that dislike office block sometimes flake. It's beautiful but once you start doing something they're like. Oh my god. Why do they do this. Oh my god albo. I always say that. Alibaba was made of dustin secrets. It's insane. I've done jobs for customers pool where we're putting up like a really long shelf and every hole the ritual in the bowl different color dust..

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

02:44 min | 4 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"Things behind this product in Berlin can really feel the tide turning people really are changing their buying habits. I think. Oh, I mean what I've been thinking about a lot recently is that buying something out is never actually for free like you're still pay for trash recycling anywhere either you pay directly in its including Your house bill or you pay for like your stuff to be recycled if it's big or it isn't directly taken from the city budget. So the stuff that could have been spent on I don't know better Park is going to be spent on Recycling and we all end up paying for it since we're paying taxes in the city. Now, it makes a lot of sense. How was the deciding to work with your friends by the way, like you often hear that starting a business with a friend gave me a bit problematic. Like was it a tough decision for you? Naturally, we work together because we are friends because we we met through friendship, but this is not the reason why we work together. We just started like this and we were allies that working together work even better because every concept there is no no separation between what I said and what she says, it's like I put something on the table and she comes something else and some somehow in 1 hour concept is done by simply talking and we're like, we have similar aesthetic and we we like the same way and it's like it's dead. Does like partnership we don't have to discuss about things because it's for us the minimum, you know, like being organized or being responsible. I can trust your completely and off and the Oscars and the funny part is we need really to separate and we separate also maybe the way we are it's completely different when we work and when we go out as friends, we now also just came back from a trip together and we came together both of our boys group of friends and we were like we don't talk about work and then we had like a moment was like, hey, can we have a meeting? So it was like suddenly super professional we have to stop. Otherwise we hang out on Saturday night and we talked about work. Some people say like hey may get to tell if two phones a separate one for work and one for private life, but for example a loss production were just thought she was getting cold at fighting evening Saturday at 9 p.m. There is not like the concept of nine to five job. So when you you are in production wage, And it was it the next one will actually come out sooner next Saturday November 14th. And from then Saturday will be the day not Tuesday. Also, don't forget to subscribe to my Instagram and Facebook to keep updated on the news is there will be some good ones really soon. Goodbye and stay safe and creative the podcast was created by me Darius of her truck and the jingle is courtesy of my friend Nikolai chobanov..

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

07:54 min | 4 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"Found in Adobe they were some free courses for illustration illustrator and it started doing drawings really experiment in in any field actually to try to find other ways to earn money while enjoying the activity itself off. And that was actually fun. I actually I didn't feel bored at all during quarantine. I had I had my routine I create like a to-do list and I was filling my day with activities home and workshop and online workshops. And oh that's good. So you've come to make a couple of micro my bags. Did you decide to sell them straightaway? Did you just try doing them for yourself off? I first did it for myself and actually also because I wanted to create a set for separate ography. So I decided to make the bag first and then to create like a little sad with some flowers and like background with fabric and then some friends were like, oh my God, I wanted how can you do it one for me and like at the beginning like yeah. It's just a friend who's just enthusiastic, but then I once was where should I meet with a friend and a friend of her was like, oh my God I wanted and I thought like like everyone else did and then she actually asked for my contact and say please can you do it off? That time I can pay you and that was actually my first official client. That feels really good. Doesn't it? Yeah, totally because you're like, okay, I just do for myself because I like it and I'm having fun and then took like three other people actually wanted and are willing to pay of course like it should be but like of course, I don't understand made what I do, but at the same time, you know, I that's not my main page but now I kind of have to understand how to deal with it like because I of course I get a lot of projects in the field that I'm actually in so like set design and stage design and then should that be just like free time hobby or today develop it if it has potential and now like I'm thinking about him trying to develop like wage concept behind it and making like for example a logo all the stuff like if it needs the website if I had the capacity also, I have to evaluate if the the request grows then I need help song. It because it for each bag, it takes almost three to four hours. I try to experiment a little bit with illustrator and then I actually made some drawings and some people actually wanted it and like actually open an bank account. But actually the first time I put it as a the option to download it, I think that didn't work but it's also I think everything is good. As you know, as you tested you before you make life a whole collection of things make a test and I put on line one drawing and we were asking all over could you should print it and realize okay that what people actually want. So it's good to test and to have a go at the type and and try it out before making a whole business concept. Probably you really juggle three different things. So illustration macrame and your main job a stage designer was it always how you imagine your work life to be good question. I don't know. I actually didn't think so much probably when I choose my study about work probably also home. Coming from Italy my parents were like just study what you like because you will never find a job and that was like, okay. Thank you. That's not really promising. But that was like, you know prices in Italy and it probably also one of the reasons why I stayed in in Berlin and I like art in all its way like so with the bags, do you still make them or have you just it has just been a Corona project or able to actually get get new clients and learn something with them. I'm still developing like a little bit designed to have like actually a good a good product. So I took the first three that I felt then now I'm like still testing different type of robes because this is also the point I was so the first girl that I started to I actually told her like this is like how organic Cotton Patch I have been using mine for like four months. So I've been testing but you know, I will also want to sell a product that is good and I maybe I can test it like for one year and see actually what happens if the Rope gets damaged or like those dead. Actually told her Okay, I accept your money and please if it one year, it's completely destroyed. Please come back and I can make a new with other ropes because I don't know the quality of the fabric and yeah, I decided to go off or ganic like recycled cotton rules, but probably I found better ones that are still like cotton and organic maybe not recycle and having different texture because it's a little bit strong. It doesn't get damaged. So click quickly as the other so it's like developing little the design understanding how many knots it meets and like also trying to make a bigger version and a smaller version of it off. Where do you get the roof by the way, so organic recycle cotton sounds very fancy Berlin and I think that that was the right pitch it was it was a shop. I was following this girl in Instagram and she sells them and make sure the website and she like she gets really good quality ropes, and and I really like it, but I think probably maybe it's better for macaroni pieces or hanging plants, or will they call log? This Mohammed the car that you have hang on the walls and I think a bag especially like needs to to be strong and if you put some weight just need to get damaged or like develop some little little like can do have your call. It involves on the ropes and then it's a nice anymore or if it gets dirty, how can you wash it if it's cotton maybe I should watch it before so that if you wash it like with thirty degrees, it doesn't get smaller. So it's like all those things that need to test before actually thinking about selling a product but it's good also to to maybe make a good price at the beginning and kind of still dead the right amount of money for a cobra material and at least the working hour before like say this is the best bag and then six months later. It looked like a mess then referred to invest some time in the in testing and researching and also understanding how much can actually develop this project if it's just a phase or if it's something that I want keep on doing job. But it's fun. It's exciting. So so far you're on the testing phase and you don't actually know where it will go, but maybe it will your little thing that you maybe also do with someone together. Oh, yeah, it's exam. I have them anyway a link on my web page like so that people understand is like main job as a set designer or so. How do we want to call it? But then I have other projects simple there. I have a link to some illustration. I did to sound to the macrame project and I like him this way till now. So you said you were selling those bags that you selling them on Instagram or at C or or where yes till now. I was telling like the answer people were contact me also because I didn't have I'd range of model or color but I am I had different groups. So I would actually then asking the person how do they want any Colour which model so it was actually needed a little bit of communicating so long. Like I was already there but people order it and then they develop it actually think some people really like stuff being made for them. Yeah, apparently everything already the handmade and the aspect of like I'm not coming from a huge brand in Berlin. It's a big thing like there is a lot of second-hand and stuff and I think you have the idea that actually someone hit you know is making something with their hands and you can actually choose and be part and say no actually were like this color that is really get personalized and probably those that's also a nice aspect of it. And you also know the person I was also paid in the right way. So they said there is no bad.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"Linked In the description. So I am I'm great. I'm I'm set designer and I originally come from Italy but I believe in here in Berlin for six years. Almost I came here actually two domes during stage design and Performing space and then things just start to develop and different fields. So original is more theater and doing costumes and stage design wage. Then automatically went also to do just set to create pop-up to build stuff to to do for Film Production design art Direction. So actually kind of birth on always a kind of taking care of the space like I would say like working and developing spaces but in different fields, oh, so it's not just stage but it's also like normal interior design, isn't it? Because I think that's also what your one of your website says. Yeah and also production design, which is actually like called also sonography but also wage With or sonography some people like what what is that is actually more related to film and video and there there are so many sub-categories. We're actually you just create you take care of the products or just create the set or you think about the set or you ordered an element for the set. So it's like very it goes very very specific. So it just said usually set design stage design a okay, but apart from that you also do some other stuff you've started doing macrame during Corona, I guess. Yeah, exactly. So I mean off for a project two years ago. We had to make a huge like texture wallpapers made out of fabric for an event and we ordered we decided to make some part with with some macrame roofs. So I had them in my in a box like Europe where I where I work at home and I just decided that I wanted to experiment a little bit and try some nuts and a dog We I just watched some basic like I found in YouTube and some blogs. They were teaching how to make the basic notes that actually we just basic stuff. You can do most of the pieces of macrame then when they just decided okay with this basic Square not I can actually make a bag and so study I was at home doing nothing because all the event got canceled and I just try all try to find me to occupy my time. So one Corona hits you you were sitting here in Berlin and why did you decide to move here? Because you originally from Italy right? Exactly so long, I I could already speak German because I started in high school and it just wanted to improve the language so actually since I was like in high school, so I okay. I do my bachelor in Italy, but then I would like to go to Germany in Germany just became Berlin probably also for the Vibes for the art scene and it was just a city that I've always associated with some creative aspect and and then it just look I watch 20 to move to Berlin so I I don't find a master that was fitting my my ideas and my wishes and I found it and actually I got accepted that I moved like five days before starting off back home people like still don't understand what I do. They don't understand. How can I work from home and like they asked me so I'm working today and maybe I'm just done with a project and it's like okay today. You're not home. So what are you actually doing? And if you don't understand the project they why way of working but yeah here it's it's possible what I do and it exists and no one looks at you in a weird way and it's also accepted on the like interdisciplinarity to not just stick to one field but to try different stuff and to to be good at it and not necessarily just say, oh I do only this thing but do you work as a freelance stage designer if I understand correctly? Yeah, exactly. So I'm freelancing since 2018 this last year. I've been I'm working like in a in a duel would call it like most of the project is dead. Sharing with a friend of mine. So in that case, it's still like as a friend as working as a freelancer. We were now making all the the paper and bureaucracy like German wait, so to be cut to become a pack so that we can actually then be two people to freelancer working together as a as a company mainly for the part regarding theater. So that means you don't have any 6:30 and you just have to to work and develop your network and take any possibility. So you work with more like smaller theater production and choice films or or what? What is this here? You work in after my studies, like what it's typical you usually apply as an assistant and apply it and chat agreement. So like one of the main theater environment and she made made some connection there and I'm concurrently working on the third piece. So it's like I did to one dance, please then one like with actors wage. And now I'm preparing just yesterday. I had to send drawings for the pizza an appointment is going to be on the 16th of January. So it's like he actually work almost six months in advance and so were only heads what happened to you. So you were completely out of worker assume last year. I was working with in the co-working space that it was more than a co-working space. I don't know if you heard about it was girl girls. It was a spade women working degree in creative field and there I was working in set design Evolution the event production and stuff and we were planning a huge huge plant 2020. We actually were like a team of five and suddenly like Corona and all hit and all the event of course got canceled this postponed. Actually we may need to do something in June but in a small like a smaller version of what would plan so fortunately the client was a client that really want to want it to work with us. So it went through Still with compared to what was planned in December 2019 was completely different what we did at the end of June. So what happened? Is that like from March till I thought I was at home here. Oh project everything canceled. I actually I had to I was supposed to work as a set designer for for a podcast Festival That was supposed to happen in June on and off and he opposed to Berlin and of course that got canceled and now we have a date for 2021 but you know, it's like in that moment. You don't have anything in your hands you have as a freelance job as a freelancer. Of course, you get helped by the state. Like I think we are very lucky to live in Germany because financially you can get help but still as a creative I was there at home as like, okay, what do I do? I'm so you decided to start your macro my bags just to to do something. Yeah. It was just I was at home. I will show you I'm a flight with my boyfriend and he was doing home office. So I had him front of me song. 100s quitting being super productive from 8:30 till at least really annoying. Yes. It was like, okay and what should I do? And then I decided to make some some drawings that I did like I painted a little bit like I just did all the stuff that I usually really like but I don't do unless it's it's it's a project because that's not the point when you work and it's your hobby what you do look at the end you end up doing what you like, but then not just sometimes something for yourself. So I decided to to experiment with me, but at the same time as I was like taking some courses in online courses about business and then doing some I.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"Dead. And said, no. I'm not going to let you ruin your vision your eyes know when she keep it away so far that she forgot where she heated and I remember I visited her when I was twenty before 5, but I was already establishing my brand in the UK and things were moving and I was working a lot with Brides using this fine beading and whatever and they came that my grandma said it was helping you to dust all different surfaces. And I found it. I found that little sad that she took away from me like fifteen years ago in the very far corner of you'll tablet and it's like brand-new look that that you hit away still got it back and look at making all these things. I mean the UK I work with people and nothing could stem between me and Michael interest and she was like, well, I'm glad you didn't spoil your vision. And that was all for the 5th edition of crowds and people the next episode will come out in two weeks and it will be a sweetest guess because the next guest is a pastry chef until then check out my Instagram where I'll be posting wage all my previous guests and my future plans also comment and review the show and tell your friends about it and you can always write to me at crafts and people and G makes Point d e or an Instagram or Facebook page took everything all the time until then goodbye and stay safe and be creative. This episode was recorded and edited by media to her took a journalist from Berlin and the jingle is courtesy of ninja Shabana choose..

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"I like best sellers and now we understand okay. I need to keep the stock of this Lake ways for example or dead. Based materials to generates profit. I was actually going to ask about finding clients and making this business sustainable financially because I kind of thought they aren't that many people who buy hats when there was going into this. Obviously I put in to make it a predictable business. In fact, I can walk maybe confessed it. It has become profitable. Let's put it that way probably like since 3 and 1/2 years and I've been doing it since 2011. I mean, okay, was moving countries. I was getting kids, you know, I was still teaching myself because I'm self-taught so I couldn't just sit down make a business plan and make it work. I definitely can see that my brand can compete in terms of design with a lot of established brand but at the same time I never created collection thinking oh, this is going to be a commercial interesting collection. We're going to sell a lot. In fact seven years ago. I created a happy song. That's no one flies could understand and suddenly if they have pieces my best seller and it took it's only just seven years. I can tell you this route hasn't been easy and often they'll have to have some cash cow and items is still very difficult because I'm an artist. I'm not the person who would be like, right. Let's bring these products to Market and hope that will sell these quantities and this Williams, it's tough. I can't do it. Exactly. I'm very down-to-earth helps me to make it work in business and say I'm happy right now. I mean, I wish could be working with you know, the war and creating had pieces or like celebrities. I mean, have some but not on the level where it can be in the creative business. Everybody's way is very different one thing. I know as mentioned before it's not an Investor's case second thing. I know you are the face of your brand and that's something wrong. I'm not very successful because my face is always culture addicted with my hat's I'd say because I'm a mother in the first place, be someone who I'm not, you know, like create an image of this lady who can just happily we're wide brim hats and be in harmony with her surroundings the ntpc for that. That's only go had a great opportunity cousin. I was talking to the ex. Unfortunately, she died editor-in-chief of Vogue Italy, you know, they had like a panel it was Manolo Blahnik there was any case I think the worse I came to get a consultation as a Young starting creative professional where am I strong point would be because you could just keep you up to be then referred to who am I to get an advise which was amazing as an opportunity. Your is an outsider a young professional trying to make your way in the fashion industry get a chance to speak to the Giants of the Fog. Industry and when I came with my portfolio and I said would make a personal stylist have maker where they belong and they're like, do you just want to go to the editor-in-chief of the World magazine? Because I don't know where to send you. So I turned the plant showed you all of my, you know, portfolios and she was like don't listen to anyone who ever tells you to be a professional one filled the air is coming. Now for fashion professionals is that it's the area of the self Brandon. This is what is important. If you can make all these things and you create a great product product then this is your your way. Everybody has their own way don't think you're just a makeup artist. If you have the passion of in making hats keep on making hats and you find your clients a lot on Instagram and on Etsy, I would see a gram is not the platform that I feel like attracting many customers. I think it's my visual passport. It just has to be the although I mean markets here. I'm Not Dead. Into all the social media. I feel like it's part of the life, but I already understand I come from a different generation. And I feel like I'm on that side where you know the starting point. Yep. I know life with before Facebook and before Instagram and I know how I was working to make this clients come and choose me. Let's see on the opposite side is a commercial platform where it shows it is because I felt quite confident with this handmade mentality. Let's put it that way because that's the East forehand makers. I did find you at some point when my brain started climbing up in terms of perception of my clients if that's he's not quite the place to be and I should just have my name is Linda great it online shop and I should just develop my own website. But because they do everything myself. I have four Instagrams, right? I mean for all of my different other occupations and I have them Websites that's kind of like enough for me and the best thought I like switching between those professionals. I cannot just sit and do hats all day long. I need some personal communication when people come to me for makeup or hair. So it's just about the balance trying to fence to find this balance in managing things. It's difficult time wise especially with the kids at the moment. But thankfully I said that pretty much everything that has something to do with online before the future of the right. Thankfully I go to the team of girls whom I taught my techniques those other girls who he taught they help you make hats and accessories maybe future for my brand for my head brand then me as a makeup artist because if you makeup artist and gave you your vision and your hands that will always have to be there to make this money, but with the hats it can be rather than my artistic supervision that will make the dog. And still be unique still be autism, but it doesn't necessarily have to be my hands. You know what I mean? Eventually, I will get rather workers or Freelancers off work alongside my requirements. Yeah, like I don't see myself when I'm 60 year old that I'm on top of the things of the makeup. I can't imagine me wanting to establish a school or lunch my friend. It's not exciting as making accessories. So that's why I'm I have my second love. I mean, I don't even know whether it's the second first but yeah, I'm still combining two professionals, but one will eventually will fax way they make up I guess if there are some young professionals who listen to us still indecisive about when they should go in the like creative field or not. I would still say go for it off unfortunately in life. They might be transitional period where you have to be making some money to support your creative business. If you don't have the business that will get investors on birth. If you have like a skill and craftsmanship and in in mind something that you want to pursue be ready for feeding that business with some other job whatsoever. It's unfortunately in many cases inevitable unless you're in the apprenticeship and you might even be very lucky to have three kids. So then become you apprentices and then run it for you. So you young daughter is eight years old. So does she is interested in any of this? Like does she come to your Workshop but you don't let her eight year olds now when I tell my friends you make a box. They're like, wow, I mean a real cool, but I wouldn't say there is any of the daughter to put cheeky will love making hats yet. Also another funny thing about. Oh, I got into this accessory business accessory interest is my grandma. He the way my Beats. I was also doing this little video of the tiniest tiniest.

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"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

Crafts and people

07:00 min | 5 months ago

"crafts" Discussed on Crafts and people

"I think I was born in the wrong time. I definitely had something to do with this dog. Roaring Twenties and also people if we talk about the situation for example joycean, mentioned she's a designer who has been rewarded with the award from the queen for making an input into the development of the British textile industry for me is is someone who didn't do a former agree if the affiliation with this person means a lot actually just to know that I was not quite he apprenticed but it wasn't with team and you know, we still great friends. I still create campaigns with a brand as stylist make-up artist and I would say people inspire me seeing her run into business and she's over 6 to now she's nearly Seventeen wage being a big name in the industry in a small but proud country like Scotland having her Factory where all of the production of many many Brands would be dead. Outside, you know either Eastern Europe or China India anywhere but not the UK gives me hope that this culture but down-to-earth not off over-exaggerated designers they do exist. So you you said do all your stuff yourself. So how like you have a workshop at home or do you rent a workshop something very last minute. They're lucky at least he in Berlin the algol and just happened to be that we had a three extra room on the in the Loft but really waited and I rented it. So we have normal flat and then the extra rule on top of my actual flat and you have some kind of professional equipment there like steam sewing machine. Yeah. So I definitely have like all this stuff that needed minutes for the house. The only thing I might just have to say I am dead. Not a big fan of proper felt hats felt his part of it for warmer season, but actually worked with some other materials that are not necessarily need very much of a professional equipment. Let's put it that way. Most of my stuff is I don't know what were making tools different Fabrics different beads have like a two massive goals of different weeds and a massive massive draw of pet shapes. You mentioned that you have those zero waste and upcycling practices. Can you tell about this? What is it a long story goes back actually when I was established in my brand. I was living in Scotland and finished my degree where South I loved Brandon is part of marketing. So anything connected with Brandon will just very cool and it was said they remember one day thinking how can I apply the knowledge that I got from my degree of the something that has draftsmanship a dog? Base, what should that be? What what role will I be doing that because actually I know love makeup and I actually started the Hmong culture fashion to become a makeup artist eventually because in fact I had no paper to say that I'm a makeup artist and I felt a bit vulnerable because in Russia, you would always need a paper and then the again you don't necessarily need to have a paper but then thought what if I could do the nerve just take it from one culture fashion. So in part of me was thinking I'm a makeup artist, but flat part of me was thinking I love Brandy and so, how can I apply it and I don't know how like in what triggered me to actually start making fat because I would say in the 21st century. No normal person would be doing this. It's just such an ultra old vintage profession. And if you look at the hatmaker's and designers, you will understand their Beatrix just because you have to be madly in love with what you do to dead. Make it work. So when I was starting next I couldn't actually maybe access who I am. How mad I am the level of Madness the level of yes Mom has a head. Yeah, I mean exactly exactly so that was very very I don't know with moment and had no money to start a business. In fact, it won't even call it the business. I I literally want to do exercise my brand in knowledge and I thought right I'll make a hat Grant. So what do you need? We need girl friend and beautiful things, you know, like imagery visual blah blah, but we do need to make hats. So how do we make hats if you have no money to go to flea markets you go to the way I could collect all possible Fabrics feathers. I don't know whatever things and yeah, you just make it hot. That's how I started then I go to know Joyce dead. And this is where I started using some of your Fabrics that the leftovers from here addresses. In fact, she was asking me to make corsages and flowers and whatever decorations for the page or the dresses that she was selling from the remnants of the fabrics and materials. So these days you still do have from a lot of odd little bits and pieces lying around to meet them into the modem Market. I can't solely make it from remnants like it's impossible. Yeah. I need a bit some books that have to be good but actually still feel like I'm given I'm doing it quite a lot of contribution towards sustainability by using even materials Fabrics or you know, creating those beautiful flowers from the old cuts of the leather or somewhere where the industry The Big Industry doesn't even need it anymore or Joyce whenever I go visit Joyce dead. Always always go to the to his Factory and i stuff my suitcase with the most amazing Fabrics remnants. Like she's got the most amazing Titan. I'm just about to release my new position slide collection every fourth year. I would have the urge to pay the tribute to Scotland. All of it has been created with the offcuts the bathroom talking about the Hat shapes that are covered with the fabric from Joyce that I collected like a year-and-a-half ago and turned into they had pieces which practically means that there's not so many hats to be produced anyway, so they're all limited numbers but this is what makes my brain special. I've noticed that there are that a limited number of my Creations that can be repetitive on a regular basis, but.

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"crafts" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"crafts" Discussed on Native America Calling

"It and then it becomes becomes a beautiful full piece of art in right now holding one of your pieces in You know I would never think to put string in this fashion and here it is and it's telling the story yes I really love texture and so for this these pieces here. They were actually remnant canvas. People Bull I I went to Institute of American Indian Arts and Santa Fe and before that a I when I need tended sippy so anyways while at the school I noticed that there was a lot of materials that weren't being utilized and so I would take them and I would stow them away and So the string. There's actually pieces this is of the The actual canvas thread. And then there's little chunks of Paint that we're dried. I think there's even I it's just in the sand on here. You could touch it. This is a very vibrant and beautiful. You know and I don't know I like I said you know I find someone for it and I I feel like these belong here and that's why I brought them because as I think you should hang them up here in in the studio and you get. It's a gift you can have it. Thank you for having me here. And that's how it works. Is You hear the story. And then it becomes a part of your own story and now part of the studios story in so Jesse when you think of other folks What what what is that? Like to Where you know you see all of these creative things and I'm sure at some point you're going to see some Joanna's work Online in line to what goes through your mind when you see oh my goodness so. Many people have been blessed with creativity this way. Yes I definitely see that There's so so much are in beautiful at that. I see and I'm like I could make that. This is another thing underneath my belt that I feel like I can do but oh but yeah I definitely love looking at other people's work and hopefully one day I could collaborate with some people you know because I love learning about different media so I love with and I'm so happy to have met you because I'm GonNa look at more awesome. Would that someone you know made into something. Beautiful especially especially balls wooden bowls and I think we made a craft connection and Ecorse if people are trying to find some of your work win. Where did he find you? Well I am kind of relatively new to the art world I didn't start Any of woodworking until late forties. And when I got here so it's I'm Kinda new at everything I started taking classes. Maybe about about seven years ago so I just can't this is was only my what My Fourth Craft Fair. Wow a you you look look like a pro so so just be on the lookout for for other craft fairs where you might be yes so Also and two. I was coaching high school basketball. Good Ball for the last four years so this year I am not so I'm now I'm dedicating more of my time to my woodworking so you might see me more for all right. We'll be on the lookout joined Smith is here with us from Hamer's Pueblo and For You Jesse Word folks find you. Oh my goodness You can find me on the Internet for sure I. I did have a website but I'm going to revamp everything because that's one of my things that I do. It's it's it's on the list to do for sure but facebook is a good place. Jesse multimedia artist is usually what you can find me under. And there's there's definitely definitely several pages you know that you could find that probably have my name but Yeah it should say multimedia artists on facebook. That's where you could find as me I. I find it a very good tool to connect with people you know so it's useful But I also wanted to to say say that being an artist and crafter I think it's great when you have the support systems if you have a husband door a wife or your children who support what you do. Oh my gosh and makes it so much easier and I read this recently. Let's see I don't know if I'm going and get it right but it's this isn't a mess. This is some projects you know. These are projects or something of that nature. You know so when I'm at home home. Have all these things in my house and I know you said you don't have that much room you know because you have all this would and so you know Oh God it's great when someone else can see what you can see when most people they see junk or just you know maybe even trash but it's something beautiful and they don't see it yet because you haven't made it so definitely people out there. If you have an artist in your family support them help them you know see see their vision and that makes that's what makes it easier and of course appreciate what they do anyways that's that's all I ed. Thank you Joshua. Thank you for helping and supporting me. He's my patron of the arts. Oh very nice well. Maybe you're that person who is supporting bring your artists and You know even bringing them supplies in Jesse. I'M GONNA be on the lookout for stuff for you. I'm sure we have plenty of stuff here asked Ah to send you home with will turn into something. Beautiful folks go ahead call me and we want to hear from you too Is there a craft during your family and and you'd like to share their story or even why you bought something. We know people by this stuff and tell us what draws you to craft work especially coming out of native America Erica. Do you have stockings that have native designs on them or small item. That you can't wait to gift to somebody this holiday season and you bought it from a native crafter. Tell us about it by calling in one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight. Four eight is the number support by prairie edge DOT COM. You'll find a variety of buffalo items like robes skulls rattles and drums serving the native American community for over thirty six six years located in rapid city or online at prairie edge. DOT COM WON'T BE LOT SUPPORT BY BE NSF RAILWAY COMPANY BE NSF honors the commitment of Armed Forces members and is a top employer for US military veterans hiring over nine thousand veterans since two thousand five more at jobs dot B. NSF DOT COM.

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"crafts" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"crafts" Discussed on Native America Calling

"I'm not thinking about The nine nine other things I have to do. I'm not multitasking. Other than my my mind thinking so many of the piece of a word but I'm able just to focus on that so at first of all I was thinking boy. I don't think much but I do just totally focus on that because you know I'm a former memory and I was totally mission oriented accomplish. The task accomplished this. You know get it done now being done But then I realized wow I'm here you're making something whether it's on on the wood lathe or just woodworking. My focus is on that and I am there in the moment and it's really exciting to hear that side of this because maybe even we have some crafters out there who want to share some thoughts to you. Know what is it like when you walk Kuwait and you're creating and You know. Do you just hear like butterflies in the background or you know birds in the background in the sun seems to shine better after you've had that space or had that time to clear your mind and just use your energy. I guess kind of in a good way got any thoughts on that gives us a ring. One eight hundred nine nine six the two eight four eight is the number. Jesse what are you thinking. I'm Mike Okay first off. If you WanNa make something so you can make it anywhere you just need a little spot. It doesn't matter you don't need a studio fancy space a little table next to an outlet glue gun and a bunch of found objects in your room. You can make something I I like to reclaim things Sounds like reclaim reclaim. Would you know and I like to utilize everything From bottle caps. Two things to people don't necessarily think think about what happens to it after the utilize it and they just throw it in the trash. Well I I I like to take things that people. CS CBS trash. And then make it into something. Beautiful and I definitely have old lot of supplies and a lot of things in my home And really to tell you the the truth when I see something and I'm like well that could be you know some earrings or that could be. You could remake it into something like for instance you know those little cheeses with with the wax around it. The little red ones will one day. Meet a bunch of roses out of those when out of the wax after eight it you know and little just odd things like that or the ends of Pilbara pillsbury dough the little caps the silver caps at at the end like I make earrings out of those. You know just anything and the creativity is always there like you know I. I love this studio. I mean just that these little foam things on the wall really cool. I Love I love color and so when I look at something I can make something out of anything. Thank you know and I like to be using a lot in my art and I'm not sure if it has to do with when I was younger. My mom really supported me in exposed me to artists and things like that and I remember seeing a few of the artists utilizing and be using things and repurposing them for something beautiful and I think people really appreciate that especially indigenous people because you know we care about the environment. I think I think get really relates to our traditions of you know using everything and I think you're taking it to another level and you know what we'll see if we can negotiate with the boss about to go home with some of this foam are right and where does your ability to make crafts. Come from is there somebody you just want to pay Atrium to somebody who taught you to so How to thread the needle right so that you could really whip through that fabric share right? Now for lines are open A new permanent exhibit at the Minnesota History Center in Saint. Paul Minnesota focuses on the history and contributions of Ojibwa and Dakota tribes in the state on the next native America calling. We'll talk with the cure raiders. About how the exhibit is a testament to native resilience. We hope you can join.

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"crafts" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"crafts" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Found it I reminds of wood chips, but they found a piece of an envelope which was mail that was actually addressed to MRs hell crafts. So there you go here, then they began to find little clumps of blonde hair. One policeman told his boss that if Richard crafts did what he thought he had done to his wife's body then it was time for him to retire. He was out. Out. And that really struck me that he said that because I can imagine feeling that way. Like, this is just a bridge too far for me. Or can you imagine being reduced to pieces that are millimeters in size now? And this is someone this was his wife the mother of his children. It's it really is. Just unimaginable. It is. With further looking searching with further searching, they discovered blue fibers a great piece of metal which ended up being from tooth filling and multiple tiny bone fragments than when some of the snow had noted they found painted fingernail with some flesh on it among the leaves. He and I think that ended up being maybe like the baby toe or something. So it wasn't big divers searched the river and on the bottom. They found pieces of a chainsaw the serial number had been scratched off as forensics examined this evidence. The case was becoming national news. So Richard crafts was definitely. A suspect. But he continued to deny doing anything to hell. The chainsaw though, had some human hair some tissue in a tiny tiny piece of fiber in it. The fiber was the same color and fabric as Hellas favourite nightshirt, and it also matched other fibers that were found at the river. But since the serial number was scratched off the saw that made it impossible to identify it as belonging to Richard crafts. But then they had this chemical solution. They used which would eat away the outer layers and reveal the serial number in we've seen this in other cases, where mostly with guns or the number had been etched off and the number matched the warranty card that Richard crafts had sent into the company after he purchased the saw now to me. That's just dumb that you're gonna use the saw that you've signed a warranty that you possess obsessive compulsive. Behavior. I guess I guess in who knows when he bought it could've been years old investigators also compared hair from Hellas hairbrush to the hair found near the river. And in the saw they concluded that the hairs microscopically, similar in hair is not one hundred percent. But from what it was reading. She did have kind of unusual structure to the hair that you don't see that often in head hair that made them feel more certain. It was hearse will. Yeah. But that's still compared to what can be done these days. Well, sure, it's miniscule. So that the best you can say they look similar. Yes. Similar structure, similar color, all that the polish on the fingernail. They found at the say it was compared chemically to Bado of Hellas nail polish her house. So the organic compounds and both polishes matched. But the still didn't prove she is dead. And I wonder how different are nail polish components, but you know. Just kinda putting together these hints. But none of these are going to convict him. Nope. The bones found at the river had apparently gone through a wig Chipper. So doctor Lee in the forensics team rented, the Chipper, and they put a pig carcass through it for comparison, which is just awful. The name of science. So there is a signature type of cut that matched the cutting pattern on the debris had been found at the river. Among some of the pieces found where millimeter size fragments of bone and investigators could determine some of the fragments were human tiny grooves in the bones. That were created by blood vessels inside the top of the skull is something only humans have. So that's fascinating. So they couldn't determine if Hella had been dead before going into the wood Chipper helps our after. But the important thing was that they now new human being was dead. Now, the next thing they needed to know is who and this was before the science of DNA was well established. Yeah. So if you're not gonna have a body you have to at least have proof that Hella is dead. As much as you can right stars. You can that's right. So what they did is they had bone fragments that they were frozen with liquid nitrogen,.

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"crafts" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"crafts" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Crafts no my mother even if you've been everyone living take source mouse when i yati rates come in summer joe some aka jay edging making all over the planet i got a new one coming out response to donald trump is causing man remember.

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"crafts" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"crafts" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Crafts nearly you're out of reelect outcry rickie hang on hang on a ricky if you you can't fight with ralph like directly because for whatever reason his phone audio is completely squishing the skype audio so tried a led him say something and then respond okay molet ralph back on here go ahead ralph there well you know i have been made europe he bunker irit might call in order to god you know what is your do it you should accent my government found our white pretended about brother darrol now you son of a bit squad too your time is up a little like could join the veteran eight dates son of a bitch did they left and right away go and out glad i fear gorilla go are they rails getting called out here you colin ralph a chicken the phrase a little late the joined the confederacy movement rather you're a little a union status out of a bets no date i agree i do i ask iran how could you iran crate area i've been trumping dark the south thanks for the colorado of appreciated ricky man you really did a great job there are really got to say that was probably one of the most entertaining back and forth between callers i've ever heard day been watching the news in jersey that's the problem a little late that joined the can federal hiring him hey thanks for the call appreciate it all right so so they accidentally both did pretty well if he can understand a word out of ralph smell though i love it i don't know what they're talking about but i really really enjoyed i heard archie bunker from ralph knows about it the tollfree number here is a 55 450 free like freedom that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three to control the airwaves bring up what you want this here is free talk live in you can bring up anything two.

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