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How to Avoid Sacrificing Quality Work for Speed and Deadlines
"This week. We're going to talk about whether or not we sacrifice. Quality in the name of speed or deadlines or something to that effect. This was a topic recently in conversations in in thoughts that i've been having if you've been on a team that has a very very tight deadline whether or not you've decided to trade off scope or certain milestones or even potentially changing some of the standards with which you develop software there. There's some things that we can control so while while quality can be subjective. Certainly there are. There are items with which we can agree on. Yeah that's a good question. I mean i think. I think i think that you can i. I think that you can have a team agreed. Standard or especially a majority agreed standard. I think that you can definitely have a team standard. But it's very very very unlikely that it will be your personal standard so with that in and we started talking a little bit behind the scene just to get a feel for what types of things we wanted to discuss include brought up your standards versus their standards versus team standards. Even i i would when i joined a team or when i'm new to a team when the team changes significantly whether that's new team members added or team members leave or for various other reasons. It's worthwhile often. I find to have that kind of team norms discussion. So that you can set the expectation so that you can discuss what what you expect from from each other what you expect from one another the types of things that we determine what quality is in how we define that. Maybe i think those things can certainly be valuable I it's good to have a discussion It depends on how the discussion is held though. Like if you were to stop air if you were to say some time in the in the in the team like oh well. I think that we should all be doing unit tests and the rest team kind of sit there for a second and looks at you and they're like oh okay i mean we can. I guess we can. We can do. We can try unitas than they're probably not going to do. Unit
Israeli Army Arrests Last 2 of 6 Palestinian Prison Escapees
"Israeli forces on sunday arrested the last two of six palestinian prisoners who escaped a maximum security israeli prison two weeks ago closing an intense embarrassing episode that exposed deep security flaws in israel and turn the fugitives into palestinian
MLB Playoff Push: Cardinals Take Control of Playoff Destiny
"Saint louis hot and this is the time to get hot in it really is and because this is the time to get out of. There is no reason at my mind. That i don't think that How hot they been that. Saint louis i don't see anybody really stop and saint louis right now unless they're able or unless In less for the reds or padres or even philadelphia phillies sake. Somebody comes in with a buzzsaw to the saint. Louis cardinals team. Who's red high right now. They're seventy eight and sixty nine twelve and a half games back at a first. Their elimination number is three and they do hold that. Second wildcard spot right now. They're nine and one out of their last ten and they've won seven in
US FDA Recommends Booster Jabs for Over 65s
"Few days before the official start of fall. What was billed as the summer of freedom has come and gone on the national mall more than six hundred thousand flags one for each life loss to covert the sea of white representing unfathomable and devastating toll. Just three months ago the. Us daily case average was nearing a record low about eleven thousand new cases. Now we're averaging about one hundred forty three thousand cases per day reporting roughly one million cases over the last week and while president biden hoped an fda advisory panel would recommend boosters for all vaccinated americans on friday. The panel voted to recommend boosters only for those sixty five and older or at high risk of severe disease. Dr anthony found. She is standing by joins us in just a moment. But we begin with the latest on that fda recommendation and what it all means for some of the most vulnerable as the school year gets underway. It was just last month at president biden. Laid out his plan for booster shots. These booster program is start here. September twentieth pending approval. Fda cdc committee outside experts that approval did not come for everyone and while the handled did not officially vote on it they do support including vulnerable populations like teachers healthcare and other frontline workers in this first round but when it comes to ending the pandemic the message remains clear to vaccinate the unvaccinated. While seventy six percent of adults have received. at least one dose the millions of unvaccinated americans are fueling hospitalizations and directly impacting. Some of the most vulnerable children
Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade
"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.
A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research
"We're to talk about research. This is going to be a regular leith about thirty minute podcast episode. But it's going to be a singular topic. I want to give this topic enough. Do and i don't want to have to hurry. So research on most overused and often misunderstood term. Don't take some time to slog through this but don't worry we're gonna play trivia as well so on this episode of the old man's podcast. I'm gonna talk about research and we're gonna play some trivia. That is fun then. I don't know what fun. Thanks for being here with me. Let's get it going
Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber - burst 02
"Like two. You kind of have the two extreme perspectives. And so for you to be able to come together and be able to say like, okay, so this is what this is what I found through my journey and experience with this object matter. I think that's really really wonderful. Yeah, the interesting thing is, is I could absolutely argue both points. You know, I know the talking points of both sides so well. I was actually I would go speak at the capitol in Sacramento California on behalf of Planned Parenthood and speak to the news outlets and speak to the representatives and stuff there. And then later, I ended up being a kind of social media coordinator for Abby. So I was responding to people on her social media platforms and stuff. And helping her with her outreach, not because I was pro life or not because I was opposed to abortion. But I could very much respond as she would, because I knew exactly what the talking points and the important points were. And. Her stances and her things have very much changed over time. But at the time when I volunteered at Planned Parenthood, I am not gonna lie. I hated the pro life movement. I mean, vehemently hated the pro life movement, partially because Planned Parenthood kind of set that in my mind that these were the bad guys. These were the people trying to take our rights away, and they were trying to ruin my life and all this. So I had this very strong narrative in my mind of what these people were, but also because I had a personal experience. And this is something I haven't talked about publicly, but I had this personal experience where I found myself in an unplanned pregnancy shortly after my mom passed away. And I panicked and I didn't know what to do and I didn't want to have an abortion and I reached out to the pro life movement to the people that had been protesting at my clinic for all this time and saying, we love you and we care about you and will help you no matter what. And I reached out, and I said, look, this is a situation I'm in. And here I am, you know, playing Paradise court putting her tail between her legs, saying I need your help. And it seemed on the surface. It's okay, we're going to take you to the crisis pregnancy centers and we're going to help you, but it was really, we're going to give you diapers and formula and you can figure out the hell out on your own. And that was very disheartening because here I am a person that just lost her mom. I'm on my own. I have no money. I have nothing to speak up. I'm literally scraping by month month and they're going, well, we'll give you some diapers and formula. And I just had the worst taste in my mouth about the entire movement because I thought that that's what they were, you know, or these people that were love you and we're going to take you under our wing. Oh, no, you're too much trouble. You're too needy. You have too many needs. And Abby was the first person that I came across that wasn't like that that she very much when I end up getting pregnant with my son said, what
A highlight from Episode 53 Part 1 Our Relationship with Planned Parenthood Ft Amanda Weber
"We are creating as a society, it's become very much an us versus them mentality. And when you're stuck in that, when you're stuck in these are my beliefs and no one and nothing could ever swing me from those beliefs, you missed a really amazing opportunity to learn and to grow. And for me, learning different things and learning different perspectives helped me step away from the narrative that I was being given by whatever people, you know, by the representatives, like my state representatives or Planned Parenthood themselves or fellow volunteers, I could step away and say, but that's not what I believe that's not what I agree with. Let me formulate my own feelings and opinions instead of just parroting what I'm told. And that nowadays, I think, is more useful than ever and more needed than ever because we're so afraid that if we listen to another person or give even thought to another person's experience or opinion, then we're in some way, betraying our own, and that's just simply not true. Yes, I completely agree. The other thing that I find sometimes hard to do, especially when talking about difficult subjects like this is I will open myself up to because I am pretty adamantly pro choice. As far as like my abortion stance is concerned, I have mixed feelings about Planned Parenthood, just in general. And I think that's probably true for a lot of people, just like the organization itself. As a stand-alone like organization, but I have found myself where I where I'm somebody who I want to understand both sides. I want to understand what are all the points.
2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series
"Let's talk about some of the nights. Toughest categories the emmy for outstanding drama series goes to margin. Which show do you think is going to take it. I hate to be so predictable. But i honestly think the crown i know. Aaron doesn't like it which tells me it's the only thing we've ever really disagreed on show. Well written is so well active. It's so well depicted. You get a sense that you are in one of the most iconic and well known families and what they have gone through so i just think that. They deserve their roses. I'm not gonna say fully dislike it with the full. Stop a man. He just hasn't evolved yet. Let me let me let me. Give you the pallet cleanser. You need less fresh. let's night. I will turn you onto the crowd. I'm gonna make sure that. I took four naps that day. Prior and then i'll be fully energized and ready. And maybe maybe i should do it post pregnancy so i really don't falsely anyway moving on as we're snoozing on the and made stale like handmaid's him when they're up for a nomination they take it home. They sweep in many categories. So i'm just excited that they're back on this platform to again. Really good picks. I'm leaning more towards handmaid's tale because it was so action packed. And i felt like elizabeth. Moss's directing debut was unbelievable. However we love to give a sendoff. We love to give a proper send-off pose this final season. The cast the story lines. What was written on that paper and what came to screen was so unbelievable. Right and it was life imitating art and art imitating life with billy porter storyline. So i think if you weren't oppose fan when you heard it was a final season. I feel like a lot of people got into it and i think they're going to be able to take it and they did already take home. Some creative arts emmys. the word drove. I mean it was to die for. That show was fully entertaining. You went through all the fields with that so don't really anyone's game. Yeah really out out of all three of those. It really could
HBO's 'Hard Knocks' Will Feature Indianapolis Colts in First-Ever in-Season Episodes
"For the first time hard knocks. We'll follow one team during the regular season and the colts are the team that will be featured this year h. b. o. Will be with the team through the end of the season which would include the playoffs. If they qualify they'll be at least nine episodes and the first one will air on november seventeenth. This is all the information we have about the series. We don't know yet what the criteria is for the team being selected and if the colts were able to turn it down it's the nfl films senior executives said thanks. Hbo along with incredible cooperation from the colts we were able to deliver ground. Bake breaking new edition of the series. So that seems to hints at the colts agreed to this. We don't have an answer. A confirmation on that yet. So we're so getting a little information about
They Call Us Justin Chon
"Hello and welcome to another dish. They call us bruce. An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asian america. I feel you. And i'm jeff yang and once again we have a fantastic guest on this episode. Somebody who's an old friend of ours over the podcast. And who has just evolved into one of those interesting attorneys filmmakers creators actors writers in the business of asian american filmmaking and that is justin chon who has a new film coming out blue by you which we have seen and i'm just so deeply my feels. I just. I q much to talk about that. I can almost like talk Welcome welcome to the show. Welcome thanks guys. Thanks is so great evac back on with you guys. You know. I just first off. I want to say that this has been some kind of a ride for asian americans. You know There was a time when felt like we couldn't tell any story is truly not them the way we wanted them to and when we did they had to be a certain kind of story over just the last a three four years. We started more idiosyncratic and yet really masterful new kinds of of narrative exploring explaining and just giving experiences around very different ways of being asian american and blue by us is right up there In in that world of like the minorities so just wanted to give you props for that and maybe ask bit. What the origin story in some ways of of this film. Was you know what i mean. You know Being asian american we all know. Adopt these you know it's I'm sure we all know that. Adoption originated the idea of international. Adoption originated in south korea after the korean war. And you know the whole family went there and the kids off the streets or whatever the case that needed families place a nice christian families in the united states and over the years become a big business in and you can't tell an asian narrative that's inclusive without including that storyline Without including that experience in this in this country So you know i. I'm friends quite a few adoptees and and I've grown up with few. And i started hearing that this was taking place at adopted. These were being imported in. I thought it was absolutely shocking.
People Chanting "Selena" at Justin and Hailey Bieber at Met Gala
"Talked about this a little bit last episode during the met gala when we mention justin bieber and haley bieber. There were people chanting selena's name when they're on the red carpet and everyone was wondering why Haley justin look a little sad could be because people were screaming selena's name ireland baldwin then came to the defense of justin and haley so ireland commented saying you know they're one of the happiest and most in love couples. I've ever gotten the chance to be around Because the Talk the talk had said like oh sleeper. Fans like trying to ruin their red carpet moment of she wrote. They don't care about them crying. Laughing emoji there one the happiest and most love couples. I i know that like they normally don't address this stuff. Especially the salinas stuff. I feel like hailey is really tried to stay away from talking about it because it always blows up until a much bigger thing. But i do think it is nice to have a ma like small comment from a family member jump in there. Because i don't know personally. I just feel like i was haley. It it blows up so much and you probably want to just ignore it and you know that if a friend or family member says says something this story just continues. But it's gotta feel kinda nice of somebody defend you.
Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?
"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us
Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG
"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there
Body Composition Tracking: Why It's Important & What Metrics To Track
"I think a good starting point years to really i decided. Okay what is it that you actually want to achieve right. I looking to become bigger looking to become slimmer or do wanna be more toned where he can really see the muscle definition clear separation of all muscle groups or even some daska. Laryea around your your arms beds even your apps and maybe of a specific shape goal even like around some body parts. I mean most people were of course lew stabia belly bird others have other issues. Maybe they wanna Wind their shoulders or the one a shape their butts in in a certain way and aesthetic society. They're also health among chevy goals. Right in deir. Daphne limits off. How can push yourself definitely getting slim For the most part also allows you to live longer but there are limits. You know like where you really got into bodybuilding territory which is no longer necessarily something that's going to increase your overall health long-term yeah because the metrics and methods that you use are basically dependent on by your goal is at the end of the bay right. That's right because you know like wait may may be less useful to somebody who has a specific shape goal for example. Because maybe they don't want to change the size change. Know that one body part where it says like incredibly more important for somebody trying to become slimmer right and i think that's why it's really important to figure out okay where he wannabe for most people. That is really like to become slimmer. And that's also what my own case had been. I want to become slimmer. Plus and that was more like the bonus i wanted to be more tones and i wanted to retain as much muscle mass as possible while they the metrics for you that that you were tracking yes so a bunch of different things and definitely not something that would recommend. Everybody should be trekking. And i'm going to outline which. I like the most important ones but i was first and foremost measuring my weight and that was something i was doing and still doing almost every day. Striking my body fat water levels bone mass my lean body mass and actually includes my bone mass and my circumference measurements and that was really all the measurements from my waist circumference to my chest to my shoulders to my upper arms laura arms thighs hips coughs and to some extent even neck but to a lesser extent. Because there was really not that important. I mean i haven't really seen laura people that care about the neck but i heard it's kind of important for some martial arts because it can kinda healthy to not get knocked out and fight for for instance but yeah i mean i wasn't really concerned for me and using shapes trekking my volume compartmentalized through different body parts. So i could kinda see where exactly my my size was changing. So where i was gaining size or losing inside the goal was re to lose mostly incised across the board
The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito
"Thursday at noon eastern time guys again thursday at noon eastern time. Today the northport florida police department will be holding a press conference. There are multiple expected speakers and this includes the northport police chief todd garrison a representative of the fbi as well as a member of gaby's family were unsure if it is her mother or father that will be televised live and i assume they will be providing an update Like a status update on this case. Secondly as you'll hear in this episode there was a domestic dispute call that was made in moab utah on august twelfth. While gabby and bryan were making their trip. At the time of the recording there was no contacts no further information. All anyone knew that there wasn't a domestic dispute. I highly suggest if you were interested in this case you join the facebook group find gabby otherwise i will be posting the actual report on all of our social media channels as well. The context with the support is actually very very very important because when you hear domestic disturbance you pretty much usually think of one or two things right so basically what happened is on august twelfth. A police officer responded to domestic hall. Apparently someone witnessed a young couple fighting. They reported a man taking a woman by the mouth and pushing her. Obviously that was enough to warrant a phone call to the police right. The police pull over the van. Brian was driving. Gabby was in the passenger seat and she was very very upset and crying. I will let you read the full report by basically. Both gabby and brian agreed. That gabby was having mental health issues. They got into an argument. There trip had been straining their relationship. They were starting to have issues and she was scratching him She had slapped him grabbed him and he apparently pushed her away. That is the story that they both maintained. The officer arrived separated them. They maintain the same story He decided to de-escalate. Brian ended up staying in a hotel with police assistance. That evening gabby state in the van. They separated them for the evening and then they got back together and by all accounts they went on their way but again i will post this police report for that. It has finally been made. Public is definitely worth reading. And i don't think it's quite what any of us expected. But as of right now a little after midnight on thursday morning That is at so check out. The police report from the domestic call on august twelfth and then also to later this afternoon at noon eastern time there will be a press conference with a status update on this
The Port Chicago Disaster
"One is quite sure exactly what happened but at ten eighteen pm there was a loud crash. The seminars reported as sounding like metal and timber falling down. This probably a crane or one of the booms which had collapsed then. There was the sound of an explosion and then a fire about five. To seven seconds later there was a massive explosion that destroyed the entire facility. It was one of the largest explosions in history up until that point pilots in the air at the time saw a fireball three miles into the air. The blast was felt in boulder city nevada. Four hundred thirty miles away. There was damaged onto buildings in san francisco forty eight miles away debris landed over two miles away and the plane which witnessed it said it's all white hot debris shooting past it. At an altitude of seven thousand feet. It coastguard fireboat near the pier was thrown six hundred feet or one hundred and eighty meters away where it eventually landed in the water and sank. There were three hundred and twenty men and the peer when the explosion occurred all of them died instantly. Two thirds of the dead. Were african american enlisted men who were working on the dock. In fact this explosion by itself was responsible for fifteen percent of all of the african american deaths in the second world war. I've got a previous episode on the halifax harbour explosion during world war one. The portugual explosion wasn't quite as large. But it wasn't too far away the biggest difference and the reason why the fatalities were lower. Portugal is that there were no civilians on the base. There were two hundred and fifty other injuries and of the men who were killed only fifty one wherever identified an inquiry was launched only four days after the explosion and the ruling was that it was probably the fault of one of the enlisted men. Nothing was mentioned about the poor safety conditions and the lack of training
The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans
"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature
"each episode" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Your podcast on your stuff, it's going to get a ton of traction the first month. And then once they've seen they, meaning your followers, your Friends, your family, your connections. Once they've seen it a half a dozen times, 13 times, they kind of put up their horse blinders and they become like immune to it. They don't notice it anymore. It becomes part of the noise. But what does seem to get lots and lots of value and traction is creating those image cards. Those quote cards in those audiograms and giving them to your guest to share because their friends and family might not have ever seen it. And so they're not desensitized to it anymore. So having them share it can help a lot. So I'm going to give just three quick tips for it. Use a quote card. So where you or your team, my team does this for other people. You pick a quote where that guest really shines. And you just create a square image with the branding of your podcast. Their photo has to be bigger than your photo. If you're a photos even on there, they're the ones that need to shine on the quote card. And then you just put it in quotes, make it look really pretty. And in subtitles, small, small, small, it'll say where they can listen to the rest of the episode. It seems like a lot of our clients guests will share those quote cards, often. Another one is an audiogram. We have a lot of science that shows that 17 seconds or less is what you want these audiograms to be. Interesting. You mentioned canva. So we're going to put that into the show notes. That's a great place to do the quote cards. For these audiograms, 17 seconds or less, headliners, a really good place for that. It's free. It's on headliner. And most people can do it pretty fast. Even if you don't have experience doing it, Serena, yours should be able to just put that 1715 seconds where your guest is speaking. And it'll make it look really pretty on headliner..
"each episode" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Is that something how long does it take you to kind of do the editing? Because I know a lot of people that say it'll take me about maybe two to three days to do a 15 minute episode. And I've got others that say, it takes me like 5 minutes to do a one hour episode. So I know it goes anywhere in between. What does that kind of take in you do you enjoy the process? Do you want to offload it? That kind of stuff. Yeah. It's actually, when you were asking about the biggest challenge, that is the biggest challenge right now. Even though I've started, that is the biggest thing that I'm struggling with right now because the stories that I record are so personal to my guests and to me, so I really treat it with care, and I know that a lot of people say, you know, you should eventually hire an editor who can help just really make that process a lot. Less painful and really make this project more sustainable for the long term and I absolutely see that. But I'm having a hard time really thinking about how do I offload this to someone who doesn't really look at the story the same way I do, because I take it a lot of time in my editing to make sure that I am putting my guests in the good light. I'm very careful about certain things that I edit out and leave in. There's a lot of thought that goes into it. I think for it just because the topic itself, I think for certain topics, it doesn't really matter. You probably just need to make sure that it sounds clear and there's no swear words or whatever and things like that. But for me, I'm actually, I do put in a lot of thought into how is this flowing? What is the message coming through?.
"each episode" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Podcast about investing in gold or I could do it about cancer and you decided cancer. So what kind of the reason behind you starting this particular podcast? Great question. My life and my family members have been touched by cancer a lot in the last decade. I've lost my grandma, my dad, and now my uncle, who's also dealing with brain cancer. So it's just something that, although I am personally thankfully not a cancer patient survivor, but it's been around my life to people who are very close to me for the last ten years..
"each episode" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"However, I did so many different interviews with so many really, really good people that on this episode today, even though this would typically just be me pouring into your business, me just sharing something short like 5 ten, 20 minutes where I poured into you and your podcast and growing your brand and really getting you in front of everybody. I'm going to do that today with an interview. So let's get right into it. And we're back with another episode of podcast on podcasting. It's your host anime atoms and today we are going to get into Serena who's story and her podcast. The podcast itself is called talk about cancer. Talk about cancer. So she's interviewing people. I know that I've met her on Clubhouse and she was like, how do I find people that are willing to be on this podcast? And I know there's other challenges. So we're going to get into our challenges. We're getting into everything that she's doing to crush it. She's actually has currently, as we're recording, has a full time job while she's doing this on the side. And so if that's you, if you've got a full time job and you're like, man, I don't think that I could start a podcast right now, probably get a little inspired here with Serena because she's probably working a lot of hours at her position and still able to make it happen. So with that said, Serena who, from talk about cancer, podcast, that link is in the show notes. Serena, my first question is, how are you doing today? I'm good. And I am very impressed that you remember my question from Clubhouse. Somehow, right? Somehow. Yeah, remember we got on and you were like, how do I reach out to these people? And get them on, and I think that there was also a second part of that where I don't know if it was about your job, but it was almost like you couldn't reach out to some of them for some reason. Can you remind me why that was? Yeah, so that was actually at the very beginning where I was trying to find that initial group of people to get together 5 episodes before I officially launched. And I started with your friends and family network, obviously, to start with in what I was asking that day in Clubhouse was I'm not really hearing back from people. I thought there would be more responses, how else can I really find guests and you were like, it doesn't sound like you're actually asking anyone? And I was like, oh, he's absolutely right. But I did get a few folks from just initial outreach through friends and family. And during that time in Clubhouse, what other people were sort of suggesting or why don't you go on Facebook groups and ask people because there are lots of cancer support groups out there and lots of activities..
"each episode" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Note of each episode is his live. Show take is. We'd love for you to be there. We love to have you now. Whether you can't be there. We love to have you just owners. Zoom checking us out chatting during the show enjoying life show with each other keeping each other company. You know.
"each episode" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"The scenes in each episode, I, along with daily show correspondents, writers and producers dig deeper into your favorite segment. We talk about how the show comes together what we left on the cutting room floor and where we're at now, With these issues. We're talking about topics like police, violence, sex robots, gun control therapy in the black community and so much more Listen to beyond the scenes on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast anyway, you are the way you need it anyway, you want to be with Lalla Blues are getting ready to kick off in Grant Park in Chicago. Organizers have a stern message for attendees get vaccinated or get tested multiple times over the weekend To get into the festival ticket holders must either show a printed copy of their vaccine card, a vaccine record or a negative covid test taken in the Fire 72 hours. The outdoor event runs from Thursday till Sunday, and it features the Foo Fighters Journey Tyler, the creator, Miley Cyrus, and dozens of others, the event will also be streaming on Hulu. Some people may have been surprised to hear Pete Davidson was cast to play Joey Ramone in the upcoming biopic. I Slept With Joey remote. However, no one was more floored by the news and the actor himself. The Saturday Night Live comedian admitted to billboard that he's still in shock. They're letting him do it, Davidson confessed. He doesn't usually do much prep work. So Mhm. Whoa! I love my pizza guys. Mario Pizza so good. The food is so.
"each episode" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"The scenes in each episode, I, along with daily show correspondents, writers and producers dig deeper into your favorite segments. We talk about how the show comes together what we left on the cutting room floor and where we're at now, With these issues. We're talking about topics like police, violence, sex robots, gun control therapy in the black community and so much more Listen to beyond the scenes from the Daily Show on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts kprc 9 50. Welcome back to relevant recovery Radio Heather Moser here. I'm here with Jennifer and Larry really kind and we are talking about self self will spiritually directed life. And what does that look like? And how and how do you change change? Change for the good, So I'm helping this girl. She had relapsed and relapsed and relapse for years. And I meet her and she had 17 days sober and she knew she was going to get loaded again. And she asked me for my help. I said, come over to my house and we go through this process spiritual program of action and one day She calls me in tears. No, she's already through the process. She's learning like a like a baby like a kindergarten. The difference between herself will and desire versus a spiritually centered. Direction of life. She calls me one day and she goes Heather is it God's will for me to drink this glass of orange juice, and I said What she does, is it, It's you know, I pour some juice for my kids and I poured myself A glass has got a lot of calories. It's got Pulp. I don't know Is it God's will for me to drink this flipping orange juice. She meant it with every fiber of her being. She was in tears. She was in tears, and I said, I kind of giggled and she was like, what's so funny? I said the fact that you care if it's God's will are not is the secret Is the secrets.
"each episode" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"Of random in in some ways like he runs into the deer earlier. I thought it was a really interesting moment. He's like hey. I thought i saw my mom and his dad's like no. That's that's not how this is but when you think about this danny let's take a step back. I'm this is where. I'm just going to needle the tv show. He doesn't necessarily know what a deer looks like. He doesn't know that he looks like a deer unless his dad explained it to him. I don't know i'm just. Why would he think this is reflected in water. All garbage did inquisitive kid would be like them has some parts that looked like me. Yeah so i guess that's mom. Yeah no of mutation in the gene mike. Yeah this is true. This is true. Well yeah. I guess it's for his like i don't know if you had any other final thoughts about the show. I was kinda wanted to talk about the comic for a minute if you if you want to dig in with me here. Yeah no i think the only thing about the show like my time with it. I'm gonna do like maybe one episode a date or something like that. I really wanna bench it. Because i want to just have some time to enjoy in between episodes also feel like this could get very sad very quickly. Oh yeah been sad chose so you got to get all the sadness out at once that way. You don't have to worry about it anymore now. Know it's interesting. yeah. I think like. I'm definitely not going to be binged. I want to try to take this very slowly. Because i want to do this. Go through each episode of the show and curious folks out there thought about the episode if they want to you know send us their thoughts. If there's something that we didn't talk about that you wish that we did The other thing..
"each episode" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast
"Welcome jake thanks so much for joining us today. Well i'm glad to be here more super excited to hear all your crazy driving stories. So let's start with what you would say is one of your most craziest driving experiences one of my most craziest driving experiences. What have to be the summer of twenty eighteen. This was right before i graduated college. I was going out with a couple of buddies of mine. And we just got back from penn stack and we are just driving down seventy five north just rocking out to music having fun windows down on all four sides and all of a sudden comes this random person it looked like they are driving a corvette day. Start tailgating me and my friend. We were literally the only ones out on the road. We're like the hey. Let's go mess with them. And i'm like heck. Yeah we're going. We're going to teach him a lesson. And of course i don't play nice when it comes to tailgaters. I really i really don't. I'm like the enforcer on the road. Because i teach them you know. Hey the closer you get the slower. I'm going to go. But i don't harm anyone. Of course. I just do that to tell them. Hey don't do this so anyway. We're like yeah. Let's let's mess with them for a bit. See what happens. Speed limits to seventy five on a highway. The guys tailgating me and my friend. The two other lanes are open. No excuse me. Three lanes were the only two cars on the highway. This point everywhere. Everyone else's six sixteen hundred feet back like way back there at this point. The car behind Switches lanes and we do the same thing we switch over to the right lane and he's tailgating us both keep switching lanes until we both go off the exit ramp. We go off the exit ramp and their tailgating and slowing down and we return to get off other road. We come face to face with the driver and it's not a guy but it's a woman so me and my friend at this point. Had the windows up in the music turned down to medium. We both realized we were just making a woman very upset and she was like in her
"each episode" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast
"There's been some instances. Where for me especially where i'll be going to work and i'll try to be the enforcer i'll slowdown on the person. That's ride my buddy to tell them. Hey back off. They'll get super annoyed and they'll try to confront me like us head to work and i turned off of exit and we were at a lie. I was in the right lane to turn right as i was about to make that turn. The guy comes out and slaps the back of my car. I just speed off. And i know they're gonna follow me so i call my manager and like hey i'm going to be like twenty minutes slate of got a guy who's really mad at me. They're trying to follow me. And i'm going to try and lose them before it gets work. Bicycle podcast driving around the world. I bring you fast. Each episode to talk crowd crazy thing. Save experienced on the road who they are as drivers and how they became..
"each episode" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"I can make vis promised you right here right now. I will always give it to you straight. And i guarantee that we're going to learn something new and will also be entertained with each episode whether it's just me on air leaving no stone unturned to get to the bottom of the hottest issues. Impacting your life. Whether.
"each episode" Discussed on Better Podcasting
"Media host and how they're storing your file for example if you're using the same file name structure for each episode and if so how are they hosting it as you uploaded. Do they change the name while you might not need to depend on this every day. Having a standard naming structure can be beneficial down the road. If you need to pull these files for another use for example maybe a statistic service comes along that creates a statistics based on the mp three name. If is a bunch of random info. you'll never be able to decipher. Which episode is which opposite or perhaps more practically speaking. Let's say you transfer media hosts. This is something that people do all the time. I question why they do it. But people hop from media host media so.
"each episode" Discussed on X96
"Of the morning, maybe an additional inch on the road in the canyons as far as Be Roads in the valley. Everything looks great. I'm looking at the u dot website right now. Got green cameras. That means they're not reporting any accidents. But what are you reporting? You can report it by texting it to us, 33986. All right. It is a geek news brought to you by lemon lotion. Okay, I'll brand new Episode of Geek Show podcast become available now, so I've got a couple of trailers for you. Now, this first one is for a new show that's coming on March 19th. Show is called calls Like telephone calls, Okay? Each episode is 12 minutes long. And it component. It combines to tell one overarching story so each episode that they will connect in one way or another. And here's the thing is, it really didn't need to be a television show. Because it's all telephone calls. The video is You know, close captioning. And kind of electronic waves and things like that. There's no picture. Really. This could have been a podcast, but it sounds. It sounds interesting in your head. You think I'm making this all up? Wait..
"each episode" Discussed on Podcaster Stories
"Yeah i launched it towards the end of twenty twenty. I've been meaning to to launch podcast for a little while and as you say it is a it's an audio podcast audio only preferred that way myself and what i do is i speak to a different father in each episode. Go out of my way to try and interview fathers. Who got a particular experience or story to taylor opinion. So the sorts of individuals. I have interviewed so far. chuckled lee sands. Who is actually a step dad..
"each episode" Discussed on Ghostly
"Welcome to ghostly are near death experiences. Paranormal go as applied guest. That comes out every other week in each episode we take a ghost story or paranormal event and look into its complete history rebecca than gives us evidence proving that the story real. My job is to debate those pieces of evidence. Inky you the listener prepared to vote on if it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that subscribe button as always where your host. I'm pat and rebecca. What's been going on rebecca. Well it's cold it is really cold really really but i have in.
"each episode" Discussed on Podcaster Stories
"I did draw a little bit from my childhood. And i was thinking about. I was thinking about this. I was kind of prepared to answer this question. And i didn't really know which way i wanted to go with it because there are things that i definitely hold from my childhood and i put into that book but for the most part i i wrote about the life that i may have wanted at that time when surviving the abuse so i was acknowledging that the abuse was there but but i i wish that may have gone a little differently. Hi and welcome to podcast stories. Each episode will have a conversation with podcast from across the globe and show their story. What motivates them by the star of the show of the show and more. We'll also talk about the personal life and some of the things that have happened of mme the personality. Now here's your host danny brown. Hi.
"each episode" Discussed on The Bag System - Dissociative Identity Disorder
"So there's this podcast showing up in my feet called the bag system like what it's kind of heartfelt ramble about what living with dissociate identity disorder is like it's devolving viewpoint that alternate identities on not a tragedy to share mine with but rather they have so much to teach magin actually feeling the emotions of a headache with their joys. Sadness anger vulnerability and having a series of aha moments that only connect us further in this series. You'll find a certain determination to not let the initial fear. I felt about influence our current relationship at the start of each episode. we play a certain clip. The inflow real may sound a bit chaotic. But that's just a beginning. Follow our path a little further because what is out of order can be reordered out of disorder and into order. I have alternate personalities. Really funny but none of this is real. How do you feel small fees. what if i'm not real..