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Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 12 hrs ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 12 hrs ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

The Dan Bongino Show

02:59 min | 2 d ago

Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

"Very few people have covered coronavirus the political implications epidemiologic ones Better than you you've been a very sober mind on this And of course that's made you a target You've written a few great books on in Fauci and bargain and others You know is this something like Groundhog Day again with a crime here I mean how many times are we gonna go through this It's the same cycle Steve over and over again A new variant emerges by the way which happens with respiratory viruses often This is nothing unusual right We don't get the data We're not sure what the R nought is the fatality rate the case fatality rate the infection but we don't know what even The media goes crazy gets everybody losing their minds Draconian lockdowns ensue none of it works Everything kind of dies down but there you go boom another variant appears I mean why not summing that up accurately You are summing it up accurately And what's particular sinister about this one there's actually a report out in just the last hour that shows that this new variant was actually detected in Europe that they've actually traced it to Europe weeks ago And it was just not reported to the medical community or to the world until the medical community in South Africa flagged it that it was brought to them actually And they're the ones that flagged it And then they got repaid of course by being quarantined from the rest of the world what's really sinister about this is if you look at the timing of this you know it does seem to coincide right around the moment that South Africa said to the WHO and to Pfizer that they were not going to sign up for their recurring every 6 months three months 90 days We don't know yet We don't even know what fully vaccinated means now because we don't know how many times we have to keep boost during you It is kind of funny that shortly after they said we're not going to do that We're going to opt out of that Shortly thereafter lo and behold here is this new variant from South Africa and they need to be cordoned off and quarantined from the rest of the world Then there have been two constants Since this began on March 16th 2020 there have been two constants Number one whatever you're not allowed to talk about right now on Facebook or Twitter will be proven true in 3.9 months later That's number one Number two there can be no control groups Because control groups give us observational truth They bring us to objective realities okay And so that's why we don't have random controlled studies on masks That's why they don't want last year We had to ignore Sweden when they didn't lock down and everybody else did We went from being told for 20 years by left the blue check marks we got to be like Sweden to now they're like Sweden rectum barely knew I don't even know where to tell the sweetness It's like okay And then now it's the same thing on vaccine This is why everybody has to get even the naturally immune like me I had COVID back in May It was awful for about a day and a half It felt like there was a entire iron on my chest okay But now I have natural immunity No there can be no control group that shows that maybe our vaccines don't work or have waning efficacy or lo and behold might even be causing three antibody dependent enhancement the variants to become worse And so all of this has been about no control group and things that you are not permitted to say until certain times Those are things that are not about health and they're about power and control Those are authoritarian

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 Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case

"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.

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Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:12 min | Last week

Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

"To it. I called you originally, because last week you did an important thing about Facebook. And I'm not one to mindlessly condemn the Facebook now meta. I know many of the people who work there, they don't intentionally some of them try and do this. But what you have alleged in court on behalf of Ohio and the Ohio pensions is important. If it's proved, which is that Facebook intentionally put children in harm's way. And in Mayan kind of began to quiver because, you know, I do worry about that. Tell us what the lawsuit is about and what you're seeking to prove on behalf of the people of Ohio. Well, the theory is fairly simple and it's pretty traditional. If you're a big company that's publicly traded, you lie to the public lie to investors and then when it's found out there is a drop in us stock price, companies liable. For their deception. And that's what happened here. We saw in September and October a huge data drop from leaked documents from inside Facebook. We had whistleblower testified in Congress and the upshot is Facebook new that a third of teenage girls were experiencing mental health issues as a result of their social media usage. And they didn't care. They told the rest of us that they were implementing community standards to make sure the trolls and evil people weren't spreading bad things and hurting people on their platform. And it turns out that they didn't do that. They had rules for some of us, like you and me you. But there were other people who were having large followings and the right political profile who the rules did imply to them. And most tellingly, I couldn't believe this, but they conducted an internal review with legal counsel. And that review, which was also leaked, said, we're not doing the things that we say we're doing publicly.

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Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

"So let's talk first about censorship. So Dennis and prager you did a great job. They're Google lawsuit. They were way ahead of the curve by the way. They tried to warn everyone that Google was going to shut everyone up. And people took them seriously, but not enough people, and then next thing you know, Donald Trump gets kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, all in one day, and it's kind of, I told you so, right, Dennis, it was one of those things. And we kind of have a separate government that exists in our country, one that we elect and one that is technocratic and one that is headquartered in Silicon Valley and in Menlo Park. So I could get into that form of censorship. I could also talk about the former censorship that exists on college campuses, whether it be the administration or antifa, and all that. But the type of censorship that I think is actually most helpful to talk about is one that every single person in this room participated, which is when we shut ourselves up. Self censorship has become the biggest form and most powerful form of censorship. Now, it's not only we don't shut ourselves up because we always want to, it's largely because we're afraid of the price or the cost associated with speaking up. And a great example of this is when people say Charlie, what can I do? And I asked them, I say, at work or with your Friends, are you allowed to express your political or religious or moral beliefs? And a vast majority of the people that listen to my show say no. I say, well, then you are not free. I said, let's just start there. You know, instead of you running for governor or whatever, what you're all great things and say, why don't you next time at your lunch break, tell the people around you how you view the world like Charlie, I can't do that. I mean, I'll lose my job, I'll be ridiculed. I'll be marked. I'll be smeared. So, of course you will be. So why won't you do it? And that's really the issue, isn't it? And this has been one of the genius moves to the left is that they are able to hold hostage our decadence to use a great word. Our lifestyle our luxury over us. We have a great life here in America and conservatives know they have a great life. And it's actually this very interesting thing. It's this inverse relationship, and I love Dennis thoughts on this. Because conservatives are more thankful to be an American and thankful for what they have. I think we're also more afraid to lose

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'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | Last week

'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

"I just want to make sure everyone understands what transhumanism is in the sense of how it applies to them. It's this movement where these people in Silicon Valley want to try and integrate computers or technology actually into humans. You could start to see this with Neuralink with Elon Musk and many other movements and that technology is only accelerating. You saw that with Facebook, which is no longer Facebook. It's now called meta. Now, let me just start with something that I think our audience would be able to understand because there's a lot of technology behind this. I don't think even I have a good grasp on. But is it conceivable that if we do nothing? In 20 years we will be mostly cyborgs or plugged into an alternative universe and not the real world. Talk about the implications of where this technological movement is heading, which is the destruction of the human species. Yeah, that's a trajectory. You can see it in the language, the rhetoric around the great reset. You can see it in the way that, you know, social credit system has already developed in the U.S.. You know, we already have the major corporations and the government, including the part of the government where citizens can not replace these individuals by voting on whether or not they should remain in office. A tremendous unity of the institutions under federal purview, creating a social system on the Internet wherein if you say the right things and do the right things, you know, you won't get a check from the government, but you will get social credit points, basically. And it's still informal, you know, there are these things don't have a name. You can't sort of flex on people by showing that you have a higher social credit score than them. But already, if you have kids and they're on TikTok or if you just really hungry for the memes, you can just go on there and see that, you know, the zoomers who understand what's going on are already making sort of meme videos mocking folks like John Cena for, you know, for saying that Taiwan is a part of China, making fun of him for having an infinite social credit score. They understand where things are going. They understand that, you know, colleges, education system, Hollywood, banking system, every component of these pillars of civil society are all sort of circling the wagons consolidating authority and try to usher people into what I'm calling a cyborg Vivarium. You know, sort of it's like a domed enclosure, really, where people who have merged with their technology are cultivated and reordered on digital

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Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

Mark Levin

02:03 min | Last week

Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a

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Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

"We have with us two moms who are fighting for liberty and freedom Amanda ray and Valerie Shannon. Get those names right? Yeah, good. Thank you. From Scottsdale, Arizona, so our audience is sort of briefed and versed on this whole drama. And partially so because I called out Jan Michael Greenberg for being a creep like months ago when I spoke at the because I just was like kind of a weird guy. And you guys have been on the front lines of this for a while. In Scottsdale, moms that were concerned about your kids education and you came out and spoke out about that, but in the recent weeks and now days this has become a national news story of what we have seen in Scottsdale. So let's just start from there. Let's start first kind of why were you concerned about your kid's education and then how did you get your how do you get into this? Do you ever think that you would be kind of in the midst of a national news story like this? No, not at all. I think like all of us we were not really paying attention to what was happening in education. And then when COVID hit and our kids came home and we started to get a bird's eye view into the classroom of what's happening. And then I realized how much control that school boards have. I didn't know a single board member's name. So when I found out that they had the ability to keep us learning, online, we started researching, and we discovered Jan Michael Greenberg, who was a 24 year old boy, unmarried, no children in the district had run unopposed and elected to make decisions for our children. And so, we tried to figure out what's his, what's his reason here? He was listed as a politician on his Facebook page, and I was like, well, this is nonpartisan. Why is he here? So we started to advocate for parental rights and transparency in the district and moms have instincts. And I think we all just like there's something not right here. And so we followed that and we just pulled that thread and then in August, in an unsolicited email, Jan Michael sent a screenshot of his desktop to another parent, as he was harassing her and calling her anti semitic and a white supremacist and told us that we were dangerous. Because because of a George Soros implication. Yeah, a screenshot of something that was said in a private group, he attacked her. We've always kept it to his issues and his behavior on the board, but he pulls the race car. Of course he does. Yeah, and he's a white male so he's an impressive, unless he pulls a race car, so he's got to pull something. So that's how it started. And he sent us the screenshot. We actually didn't follow it for a long time, because who's dumb enough to send a URL without password protecting it? So we then typed in the URL and I clicked on the link and physically got ill seeing photos of my 8 and ten year old, photos of me, photos of my homes and property records, background checks on 47 different parents. And it was yeah. I mean, we all just I was

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 Ohio retirement fund sues Facebook over investment loss

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ohio retirement fund sues Facebook over investment loss

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a major Ohio retirement fund to sues Facebook over investment losses the largest public employee pension fund in Ohio has filed a lawsuit against Facebook now known as Maeda alleging it violated federal securities law by purposely misleading the public about the negative effects of that social platforms and the algorithms that run them the Ohio public employees retirement system filed the lawsuit last week in federal court in California the lawsuit contends Facebook knew its platform facilitated dissension illegal activity of violent extremism but refused to take corrective action data

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'Just the News' Founder John Solomon on OSHA's Unconstitutional Overreach

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

'Just the News' Founder John Solomon on OSHA's Unconstitutional Overreach

"We always resort to John Solomon to brighten our day. Why? Because he's a truth teller the founder of Justin used dot com investigative reporter extraordinaire. We're going to talk about two big issues today, John welcome. Let me just play a cut that goes straight to the first story from your website. This is of course the current chief of staff of the Biden administration. Ron klain cut 6. I'm quite confident that when this finally gets fully adjudicated, not just a temporary order. Right. The validity of this requirement will be upheld. It's common sense chuck. If osha can tell people to wear hard hat on the job, be careful on chemicals, it can put in place these simple measures to keep our workers safe. This little problem that John, the hard hat is for when you're working and you get to take it off when you go home and it's not injected into your body. We have the piece we're posting right now on our Facebook and Twitter pages from Justin used dot com. Have we ever seen anything of the light 27 states including including three run by Democrat governors have brought suits against the Biden osha regulation? Is this going to stand once your expectation? You know it's rare to see 27 states in four days. I mean, it's hard to remember. It was only last Thursday that osha promulgated this regulation and already more than half the states in America have rushed to sue. You have a major lawsuit by one of the largest business lobbies in American job creators network. All of them are making the same argument, which is this is an unconstitutional overreach by osha. Ocean is supposed to govern what happens at the workplace, not what happens in your home or with your doctor with other things. And so the first a court to take a look at this, the 5th circuit of appeals, Court of Appeals in Texas, said there was such grave constitutional issues here. It ordered an injunction Sunday, the job creators network asked the a circuit to make that injunction nationwide, freeze it nationwide. That's a clue that these courts see the same issues as

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Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

"Many of you listen to my show specifically my podcast know that we become the target of America's worst fact checker a colossal diploid tool bag known as Tom kercher Tomson embarrassment to his family the country the cosmos sentient beings anywhere oh this is the part of the show there Yeah don't piss me off Don't do it So Tom targets my Facebook page because he's a hapless buffoon who couldn't get a real job So he works for politis Just take a look at his picture on the screen You'll know what I mean Tom kercher's name and what he does is he sits at home all day probably in a snuggie eating cocktail weenies and he goes through my Facebook page and because my Facebook page is a quite popular place to find truth and he's probably a leftist nut He tries to find posts that they can flag Now we're taking it up with Facebook that this guy has personally targeted my page He spends an inordinate amount of time doing it So I had posted the other day that Joe Biden's infrastructure Bill which we don't have the tax money for is going to hike the deficit by the amount of spending because we don't have the tax base to pay for it Now how he managed to threaten by three threatens us by the way He sends us these emails You will respond by 5 p.m. you can kiss my caboose there daddy O You're gonna threaten me look at you you goof wad You get a threat me What are you kidding me What do you like Joe Pesci from Goodfellas a spider I think it'd be a Drake boom should have been a leg I mean he sends me this threatening email You better send us the facts to back that up You want me to send up just to be clear send you the facts To back up a prediction about the accumulation of a fiscal deficit that hasn't happened yet This is where the this is what these fact

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Schools On Lockdown (MM #3885)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Schools On Lockdown (MM #3885)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every day whether I watch the local news, see something in a story online or see something in my Facebook feed. We see more and more schools going on lockdown. It's not something that ever happened in our world back in the day. We're worried more about the safety of children, especially from people trying to get in trying to do them harm, but also, from what's going on in their neighborhood. It's not just national. It's literally across America, where schools go on lockdown every day. It's kind of scary that we've entered a world where we have to start thinking about locking our kids in school because there's so much going on outside the schools that makes them a safe place, but yet a place for possible danger. It's all these school shootings happen. While it's a great place to be safe once somebody gets in, they have halls and rooms where people are just use the sitting targets. It's very scary to think that doors are locked to keep people out and more importantly to keep people in, but that's the world we're living in today. Schools on lockdown never heard about it, even when we were ducking and covering back in the day, but now the locks are utilized. I'm sure a whole lot more than they ever were before.

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Schools On Lockdown (MM #3885)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Schools On Lockdown (MM #3885)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every day whether I watch the local news, see something in a story online or see something in my Facebook feed. We see more and more schools going on lockdown. It's not something that ever happened in our world back in the day. We're worried more about the safety of children, especially from people trying to get in trying to do them harm, but also, from what's going on in their neighborhood. It's not just national. It's literally across America, where schools go on lockdown every day. It's kind of scary that we've entered a world where we have to start thinking about locking our kids in school because there's so much going on outside the schools that makes them a safe place, but yet a place for possible danger. It's all these school shootings happen. While it's a great place to be safe once somebody gets in, they have halls and rooms where people are just use the sitting targets. It's very scary to think that doors are locked to keep people out and more importantly to keep people in, but that's the world we're living in today. Schools on lockdown never heard about it, even when we were ducking and covering back in the day, but now the locks are utilized. I'm sure a whole lot more than they ever were before.

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

"Welcome back to the author of Euro trash, David her son. Let's talk about tolerance. The leftists or the elitists in D.C. and the bike coastal areas in the United States seem to have this never ending love affair with Europe. They see themselves as tolerant. How tolerant is Europe today. I'll just tell one story that may flabbergast the listeners, but I'm sure you can give other ones from across the continent where the British police are actually policing hate speech to the extent that if you say something that is not politically correct, you may find police officers knocking on your door because of something you put on Facebook. Not inciting a crime, but simply because some groups of minority felt disenfranchised by your words. David, talk to us about just how tolerant Europe has lately become. Well, I have stories in that in that regard too, but I think first, I'll just talk about the insanity of anyone believing that Europe is more tolerant than us. It's simply an incredible thought to even grasp on to because there is literally not one ethnic minority that is properly assimilated into European cultures. I mean, there is generational poverty and high unemployment in Germany from Turkish immigrants that have been there for since the 1950s. It just goes from generation to generation. In France outside of major cities like Paris, there are just huge ghettos of North African immigrants. We have never been assimilated into society. In America, I live near D.C. here. I have neighbors from all over the world in all kinds of situations in fact from situations that they would be killing each other if they were in Pakistani is living next to Indians, et cetera. I mean, the idea that America is not tolerant is absurd. We are, of course, imperfect, of course, we have things to fix. We're human beings and all of that. But as a system goes, there has been no place more welcoming to other people. We all know this because we're all different people in a way. And we all accept a certain set of ideals that allow us to live together in peace. That is not really the case in most European

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Should Church and Politics Mix?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Should Church and Politics Mix?

"Sometimes the accusation against Christians who are politically savvy and culturally involved is that you guys are crossing the line and, you know, keep church in the church. Keep hops out of the church. And you guys shouldn't mix the two. I mean, you know, we had candidate junkin came by last Sunday. And, you know, we welcomed him the sheriff was here. And it was faith in blue week. And I brought him up and honored him. And the sheriff's Facebook page lit up because people said, how dare he go into a church? He's an elected official, and the separation of church and state. Speak to that nonsense. Yeah. Sure. I injected my opinion there. No. No, I'm sorry. You let the questioner Gary, how are you? You love me in the right direction. So yeah, let's start with this. First of all, any Christian that says, you should not comment on politics. You shouldn't care what happens in government. They got to get a pair of scissors and cut out a lot of parts of their Bible. They have to cut out the parts of the Bible where God's people were trying to influence their secular government for his purpose. How about Esther, mordecai? Jeremiah. Joseph, just to name a few. Daniel that we're trying to influence secular government for God's purpose. It's all throughout the Old Testament that the people of God were trying to be counselors to the king.

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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"facebook" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

05:10 min | Last month

"facebook" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

"I think it was the money before that you know. Everybody felt because it was facebook whatsapp and instagram. All of which of course are owned by facebook and so first of all. I want to explain what happened there without getting super technical. But i want you to understand what happened there. And the other thing of course was that a whistle blower came forward and gave a lot of information to ethic. It was the wall street journal. The new york times. I forget which both of which bind a paywall so i was not able to read the articles But of course. I've read a lot of stuff on that and we're going to quote one of those today about facebook knowing full. Well that what they were doing was was hurting. People and raising the risk of really bad outcomes with certain demographics and you know and put profits that and so you know that first of all you know is a anonymous whistleblower behind the facebook files was what they're calling it with a interesting information there and then that person was sixty minutes and revealed herself and then she also testified in front of congress. So we're we're gonna talk a little bit about all of that right now. Let's start with the outage. So this is from the verge. And it's just kind of short blurb and then i've got something after that we'll talk about that helps explain it so from the versus facebook said in a blog post monday night and of course. This was october fourth when this was written that the six hour outage that took it off line along with instagram messenger. What's happened oculus. Vr was the result of a configuration change to its routers. Not a hack or attempt to get user data while the initial explanation didn't really explain things. A subsequent blog post tuesday went into way more detail saying that. The outage was due to a routine maintenance mistake. The basically disconnected facebook's data centers from the internet the outage began around eleven forty eight m eastern time on that monday and led to widespread problems for the company was facebook's worst outage since twenty nineteen when the site was down for more than twenty four hours employs were unable to connect with each other on company message boards and some told the verge they were using work provided outlook email accounts to communicate. The problems cascaded to affect the servers that advertise facebook's dns and bgp information. That failure wiped out the ds routing information that facebook needs to allow other networks..

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"facebook" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:46 min | Last month

"facebook" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"And i think yesterday was a good test case for asking that question and being clear that you know part of our job as leaders of our businesses to find ways in which we can be bulletproof and protected from all various random weird potential black swan events as celeb- calls them. Yeah i got one maybe slightly more controversial question. Which is does it really matter. The whole facebook saying i personally have a funny relation with social media both personally and as a business person. I just wanted to some of the therapies. This gets a pre therapy people on here because I'm not really convinced that i would be upset if facebook.com went down. And that was the end of it thread including waltz up because there's another channel of something else to do and i was kind of relieved that i couldn't do any incident moxie on facebook yesterday because i thought oh that's one thing that's you guys feel about it..

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"facebook" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:26 min | 2 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"But we know that now. Fbi's admitted that basically But this is yeah. you're right. This is a total setup. This is this setup touched by furniture. And then they'll be. You know what we're gonna we're gonna have to regulate a born and government at hand in hand are which they're doing it already now be out in the open it legitimate and you'll get the people cheered on. Yeah so i'll talk a little bit about that because your your predictions are really close to. What's actually happening right now. So me i read. You know some people. I don't pay attention to cnn or anything like that. That that's what some people say. I re- both sides of the story. So i can get strength. The facts way. Who's doing what who's pushing propaganda. Things of that nature and this is exactly what's going on so just to give you a short recap away happened so yesterday. Facebook had a worldwide outage a quote unquote dns attack. That's basically where the entire system goes down and it wasn't just facebook facebook messenger which is still tied to facebook but it's considered separate own app thing on instagram which is owned by facebook whatsapp which is also owned by facebook. Those are all went down all pretty much simultaneously now. I like the coincidence behind all this. Because yes there. Is that whistle. Barbara lebron james like francis or something like that and she was actually trying to get these documents for a while so all began like around like april or may of twenty one of twenty twenty one of this year and she was reading all these documents and she started collecting thousands of pages of documents about like the inner workings of facebook and then her identity wasn't revealed and this information was being pushed around like you know for my understanding like Certain officials and then all of a sudden they came clear as of yesterday where the announcement of who she was as there was announced and this information was actually pushed all over facebook all over.

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"facebook" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"People have lost a lot of money. Betting against facebook over the years and people have been wrong. Many times in terms of a story comes out about facebook and it looks really bad. The headline risk is there but it doesn't materially affect the underlying business of facebook and to realize that all you have to do is look at the performance of the stock over the past decade. All of that said d think this raises the bar in terms of how good this thing needs to be when they launch it. I made it really. Seems like if you're an average and i agree with you. the what. Facebook has done the the way they have delivered for. Advertisers is what has made them such a potent force in advertising. So i'm not betting against that. I just looked at it more from the standpoint of why would you need to be the first advertiser when this thing launches. I'm wondering if you think. The bar is higher in terms of day. Really better net like when they eventually launched this and they almost certainly will. Is the bar a little higher. I think that that's a fair claim. I would say it probably will be higher. And you're right. The i hate to say the phrase 'too-big-to-fail right because obviously that's been proven to be true in certain situations but i do think that facebook is a giant and there's a lot of cognitive dismissed from people who maybe we'll say an. I'll say this about myself i won't. I don't want to actively by the stock. But i still use instagram. I'm still a user instagram. And i've bought things from targeted ads on instagram. And so i think that it exists in this kind of cognitive dissonance zone in people's brains where they can say. I don't like this company and i don't like what they stand for but it's convenient at all. My friends are on it. And there's lots of aunts. And i think it falls into a similar ideas amazon where people say i do want to shop small local but it's so much cheaper on amazon or it's so much more convenient so i might as well do it anyway and you see these socks even though there might be some ethical questions continuing to do well so i think that when they launch it it will have to be a solid product. I think they'll have to do a lot of pr around it and how it's going to be safer and how it's going to be more private and how they're putting all of these roadblocks in place to help these kids but i do think that it will probably launch and will probably be pretty successful. Pollstar is nearing a deal to go public. Spec pollstar is in the business of high-performance electric cars and the deal. Reportedly would value pollstar at twenty one billion dollars. Interesting line of business to go into say we're looking at tesla and we think we can compete with them is as pollstar a stock. You're going to be putting on your watch list. So i got a little bit about pollstar specifically and then kind of the bigger trends in visas back so pollstar has two models of evs with very unoriginal and kind of not. Cool names pulsar. One impulse star to They're currently on the road..

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"facebook" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on The Journal.

"Making verifying coasts is complicated point to me and something that goes to the core of what facebook has been wrestling with around human trafficking around political misinformation around all of these other things and at what point do they move from being a platform for people to say whatever they want to something that is heavily policed. And that's the core of so many of these documents. Facebook does not want this stuff happening on facebook. Nobody facebook wants to sapping. Everyone thinks it's bad but the company at its core success for facebook means keeping the largest number of people on the site for as much time as possible. That's how they sell advertising so get advertising revenue and so any decision that they make the company to make things safer has to be weighed against the effective will have and keeping as many.

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"facebook" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on The Journal.

"Down the offending content offending content like mexican drug cartels using facebook to recruit hitman and post videos of executions or groups in ethiopia myanmar using facebook to incite ethnic violence. The documents show is in many cases. Facebook knows about the bad behavior and they've known about patterns of bad behavior sometimes for years but in a lot of cases they don't make changes to the systems that allow the bad behavior to happen and other times they make changes aren't sufficient to fix the problem and that means that the bad behavior continues. According to the documents. One persistent problem is human trafficking. People have been bought and sold on. Facebook does facebook know about it. facebook has known about it for at least a few years and has not taken steps that are effective to stop. Has facebook done anything about it. They've done a lot but they haven't done things that work. The documents show that they have taken.

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"facebook" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Street journal reporting shows that facebook has one set of rules for the famous and powerful and another set for the rest of its users. An internal company program called crosscheck allows posts by high profile users that violate facebook's policies to receive extra layers of review and the potential for special treatment. The program covers pretty much. Anyone who regularly appears in the media or has a substantial online following including actors talk show host academics and online personalities documentation reviewed by the wall street journal shows crosscheck covered at least five eight million users in twenty twenty. The information revealed is part of wsj. Investigative series called the facebook files based on an extensive array of internal facebook communications reviewed by wsj reporters and interviews with dozens of current and former employees. That show facebook is aware it's platforms are riddled with flaws that cause harm to users but is often unwilling or unable to address them joining us to discuss how this program works and why facebook set it up is a reporter justin check. He's part of the facebook files. Investigative team high. Justin for having me so justin. Let's start off with how this program works. What happens when one of the accounts. On facebook's cross checklist post something. That violates one of facebook's rules will in theory it's supposed to be subject to special review so if i posted something that was in flagrant violation of the rules it would automatically taken down and if it was in violation of a particularly serious rule like the rule against revenge porn which will come later. My account might be taken down automatically whereas people on the crush checklist go to special review but sometimes the special review appears not to happen. People in the crush. Checklists can just sort of post off and it'll either stay up indefinitely or for some period of time rather than being instantly taken down even if it. Blatantly violates facebook rules.

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"facebook" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Oh well real life you know. This isn't real life. We need to make sure that we're putting the phone down. I'll look for some people. This is their connection to real life. And so i want to be. I wanna honor that. And i appreciate the way that facebook has probably wasn't their intention originally But has brought in those people and give them more options of things of ways that they can connect with other people enjoying global community in a way that wasn't available to them for and you know out to piggyback that i asked we have a friend of the show who runs social for one of the largest payer church organizations in the world and i asked her i was like do you think because she we often just trade horror stories drills and bullies and all of that and she said you know when i think about it. She said For churches christian organizations and church leaders. It is a place for people to genuinely ask searching questions. We've gotten questions. Such as what is the bible study for a friend who's lost a husband. Where should i start reading the bible and she said the conversation start on the platform but then they ha. They continue other places and she. We've been able to care for people. Pray for people get people resources. But they weren't able to get because they weren't a part of a local church and an were too embarrassed to ask the pastor who they might be trying to impress on sunday. You can do that in these spaces and it. Let's be a little bit safer. I'm not saying it's ideal yet. I don't think facebook or any social media or any podcast or church leader on the internet should be your church. I don't. I don't think that's the full experience that got intended in the bible but i do think it. It does allow so many people to participate in the working out of their salvation which they would not be able to do otherwise I with respect. Thank you both are insane right. And i want to emphasize with respect right I think Facebook as the parasite who is wanting to infect the church now and i think their track record is we're going to do this and we're going to make this easier for you and then it's going to be paid a play and Then it's going to be if their algorithm history has shown us anything. It's not that they're going to reward seekers it's going to be what's gonna get the most action because of the vitriol right and i think especially in a in a church aspect. I think how poisonous could that be When i think about the algorithm to like the algorithm what what is that bring into like. How does that play into this leading. Who is oversights. Yeah what is it serving to you. Why is it serving that to you. What will it not serve to you. I think is important than for. I don't love facebook. And i want to forsake it but i i think there are so i just think there are a couple of really crucial things that brings to the table that i i can't quite get there and later when is ordained as.

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"facebook" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Vive up content. That's been left up. Academic impact her academic impact. Ray no known to academics. Don't have invented mystery but basically a soon miss we did that. We celebrated for an hour and then the next discussion was okay. What comes next. And i think what the recommendations have allowed us to do. In a way is broaden out beyond just content type so obviously we are looking at accounts. I think accounts as an area where i'm personally most interested but groups pages are other things that we can talk about but i think there's also beyond that where other areas whether it's through recommendations whether it's through air vr and the metaverse. Is there a way to engage the board there and so that is that is very much. Part of the remit is to keep growing actually was my next question which is whether the oversight board would be given jurisdiction in the metaverse at the alternate reality. So that's That's cool to know what's on the agenda. I think this is something that you've worked on specifically which is that. I think a lot of people would say hey. Why can't you just give the oversight board jurisdiction leave up pieces of content. Isn't there some switch that you conflict within facebook to make that happen and my understanding is that things like that are a bit more technically complex than people might think. And whether you could talk about that. That's right. he's a remember having a conversation with you even before we launch when we were calling. Reporter appeals sharing some some of his contacts so as dungeons. We are minutes making sure that the board has access to these significant individual. Decisions is really just about you. Know what does the right timeframe and sequencing. Not when we're thinking about reporter appeals. It was more interesting to think about the complexities of what happens when content is still up on facebook and some things that happened with people that are actually viewing that particular case. What this means. When different people are reporting that case in how that impacts what the board is seeing as a case file on the one of the things that happens when content is left office many different people can report on that piece of content to facebook and they might be able to report it for for different reasons and not a complexity or a nuance that we wanted to make sure that the board was also able to see what what are different people reporting these content for are they reporting for each violations. Are they reporting for bullying harassment policies on annual to consider that as part of he's file We also needed to think about you. Know what happens in the case where the board says. We actually don't want to hear this case. We don't think this needs the bar for significant difficult. But then somebody decides to report that piece of content again facebook and then again to the oversight. Or how do we make sure that the oversight board Still has the ability to see a case under the merits for for which was reported by specific individual. Not just the fact that maybe they didn't get all contact strong. The previous people who reported that case and then the third thing that we're thinking about was introducing that aspect of volume and managing the capacity. That would come with any piece of live. content that has gone through. Facebook's reporting appeal system is now eligible to take over to the four. We really wanted to make sure that we're working with the board understand. What kinds of tools that we can build for them to to take on this. This new volume. Abd on west. So they're owing from you know. Hundreds of hundreds of cases admitted every day to seeing thousands of cases every day. How can we make sure that they have the best searching in triaging tools in collaboration tools available to them so that they can make decisions on which of these pieces of content. They wanna be able to move forward with and built the case around so that's a pretty good illustration of the idea that a lot of people in content moderation much more.

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"facebook" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"This is something that people are interested in another thing to know about your offer is even if it's great and again i offer. I mean you know the thing that you are setting up a facebook ads to promote the thing that you want people to take an action on when they see your ad right not only. Do you need to know if your offer is good but you need to know how to describe it. If people don't know what you mean if they are not clear on what they're getting that even if it's a great thing you are not going to see the results that you wanted to with that ad and this is why testing is so important because when you're starting out you are going to struggle a bit with the copywriting. You know the texts that you put in the ad. Then you know. you're going to struggle with. How do i break down the description into a catchy headline into a catchy like caption. That goes over the ad headline all of that. Good stuff the primary texts they call it on facebook ads. That is gonna shake you up a bit unless you are a professional copywriter. Which most of us are not so the more you work on describing the better. You'll get at making sure that people understand the value just by looking at your ad and want to take action. This is gonna come with practice. This is going to come with continuing to speak about what you do. So the more. I speak about the goal action plan. And the more i say. Hey this is my productivity blueprint. This is what i use. This is how able to juggle motherhood and my side has a pro-business because i just focused sticking to my system and you know my system. It's like coloring right. Sometimes you might cover up the lines a little bit or you know it's like they say airplane doesn't go on a straight line your entire trip but it's always going in that direction that's the same thing with the goal get action plan. It does not require you to be perfect. It just requires that forward motion. So the more i continue to think about. How do people need me to break this down. How do people what would make sense. Like do people get what i'm saying. I'm constantly asking myself that because that helps me to.

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"facebook" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:01 min | 11 months ago

"facebook" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Blee byron. You are an engineer at robin hood. And you're a longtime engineer at facebook. Welcome to software engineering daily. Thanks for having me. You're part of the initiative to get facebook onto mobile and this was a key inflection point in the business some people may not remember but there was a time when facebook was used as a desktop web application when did engineers at facebook start to realize how important mobile was. I think there are a couple moments over the years where that happened. There wasn't like a single inflection. Point early on. Facebook was definitely just a website that you went to on your desktop computer or maybe laptop because it started in two thousand and four. You know that's years before the first real smartphones and really two things happened in the early years of mobile one was a focus on flip phones and other popular phones that had some very basic to the internet and so facebook's for a long time had a facebook dot com mobile website and for the first few years that was really about extending to second screen and creating a small version of facebook that you can take with you and then when the iphone first came out in two thousand seven or at eight there was first version of it built as a website. If you remember the the very first version of you couldn't actually make apps for you could only make sense for and there was one engineer at facebook who did that and the following year when the software s came out that engineer through abandoned the the website that he had built i built a mobile application instead. That was sort of the very beginning than there. Were a couple other interesting moments. That happened another was through the recognition. That mobile was becoming somewhat important as a second screen. So i would say this started to happen in may two thousand nine. And that's really when i started helping out. I was the designer for mobile. At that time. I joined facebook. Originally as a product designer and touch devices were becoming more popular. But we're still very much considered a second screen as alternate experience temporarily while you're away from your desktop computer or laptop but we really in two thousand nine took a big refocus on that experience feel-good the native application for iowa that we had was extremely limited. It was built by a single engineer. That engineer had left the company had kind of started to fall very far behind. What the rest of our product is doing so we built version of the mobile site that felt good on a touch device and that actually ended up becoming really important platform to start building products for mobile one of the really challenging things that i faced when reaching out to other designers or other product people at facebook in those earlier years trying to convince them that mobile was something. Important was the scary scenario. Where you'd spend all your time in energy focusing designing and building experience for a big screen in a browser and already the problem of making it work across the internet explorer fire fox chrome was kind of problem enough and when it came time to move things to mobile the prospect of supporting in iowa native app android native app a touch website and a flip phone optimize website sounded like it would just make the amount of engineering work five x and so you could imagine that especially if you don't quite know how important mobile is it's totally reasonable that your instinct would be. Maybe we should look into that later. That's not the right priority. Now and so as a consequence. The mobile product constantly lagged behind. So when we did this effort to make the touch optimize website. Just really good just much better than anything else that we had built for mobile up until that point we kind of refrained that conversation instead of going from one platform to five platforms. We were able to make going from one platform to two platforms. Because if you built for that mobile website you would automatically get flip phone in basic phone support and we would deliver that directly to ios and android apps via this essentially a glorified web browser that we had built so i and android apps. Were these glorified web browsers a little bit of extra sauce on top. You know they they let you upload photos. They let you survive. Include your location for check ins <hes>. But other than that. They were really just a thin wrapper around our website so that really simplified proc development and that was in an early accelerate for the facebook product team to start thinking about what building for mobile would look like and start making that more of a priority. Then i would say the the next inflection. Point was in two thousand twelve and that's a lot of really interesting. Things happened in two thousand twelve. One is that we saw the chart of mobile only users take up dramatically where now became clear that it's mobile was not a second screen. There was not just going to be a significant number of people who only use mobile soon and very soon it was going to be a majority of people who only use mobile and in fact desktop would become not only used less than mobile but desktop would become the second screen so we saw this inflection point coming. We realized that we were quite far behind on product. Two thousand twelve is also the year that facebook did its ipo and the early filings and mark zuckerberg's tour around he's talking to potential investors. He had the highlight all. The risks for the company and one of the top risks was that we saw this giant shift to mobile devices and that we hadn't figured out good product from only at and that's also when within facebook. We were sort of revisiting. This technical decision to bill everything on web and bring things back to native development on both iowa san android which sort of unfolded into a lot of super interesting engineering work that we had to do

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"facebook" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"facebook" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"Now, it's about the mechanism of getting there. So, for example, I wrote this Promo for traffic and phones and again. I, kind of becoming the facebook compliant freelancer busy guy like. Yeah. So they had this promo was basically how clients. Using facebook guide to. Wasn't. Over overly simplified facebook ads basically super super simple favor easy. No webinars? No. No finals know nothings as facebook ad to a phone conversation. That's it. So I was like okay. What's interesting about this product? Well, it's invisible. Meaning like there's no funnel. So a competitor can't can't follow hockey you. Follow. Invisible. Right. So that's kind of interesting that way. And then I realize. It's not a funnel. It's an Antifungal. So I literally called it the invisible antifungal funnel and that shit is selling very well on facebook right now. That's awesome. Awesome. So it's called on the headline is. The invisible Antifungal how to consistently get a stream of high hyphen clients. Without Webinars, podcasts or funnels. Right so looking at like, what makes it unique? And looking at the system itself. Like what what is the system or the mechanism we're talking like you said earlier which the mechanism? The mechanism, the system. Process They're gonNA. Get results. I'm currently working on another promo right now talking about. So, basically, a lot of advertisers are using the old methods of doing facebook guides. Manually Ninja hacking your way to facebook ad riches and suck box right But there's a new way that fish actually wanting to. Which is where you basically you have them your ad, you get the copy and the image of the video and you let them take the wheel. The power five Shijie essentially, that's what they call it. Literally there's like a power five. Website from facebook, it's called actually. So it's about that and literally they automatically do all the work for you. They optimize your budget, they optimize your campaigns they put your stuff in front of the right people that they do what's called dynamic creative, which where they split test. Your odds against each other you'd have to manually test off. So. So I see exactly you're a veteran guy and that's new to you. So we're freelancers shit. So that. So I call that the automated ads blueprints..

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"facebook" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"facebook" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"That's the only way to do it because that's what everybody else does. That's what everybody says to do an an also works right but. There is something to be said for that positive approach I mean that can work just as well to it may require a little thought a little more. Strategy on your part, but it can be done in the context of what you're trying to get someone to do. Right. It's kind of a game and so there's the positive approach. The other approach is to also focus more on the mechanism or how they get the results without claiming what the result is. So for example. I made this really bold prediction to my email list. That basically says that classic Biz. OPS IS GONNA die. You know like the make money online I truly believe that that's Talking to around much longer except for affiliate. Email okay fine. But like cold traffic for the most part during a crackdown on that, that's my prediction. Because if you think about it going back to the mechanism, it's like I'm going to show you how to make money online. Okay, like versus. So the the new BIZ OPS is going to be two freelancers people who already have a skill who already have some kind of existing. Vehicle and then helping them accelerate it. So instead of selling them the car, which is, Hey, I'm gonNA teach you how to make money online. You're helping whatever car they have go faster. So it's I'm going to show you how to get clients. Or. How To. Get more clients. That's like that's where I see evolving into over the next six twelve months. Wow that's an that's an interesting insight because I could totally see that happening and you know when you're you know, one of the things you touched on there that I know is you know a big thing and facebook compliance as you mentioned the results, right? Let's that's another thing. As you know, Classic Direct Response Marketers like to talk about the results in setting you know You know playing up the results people are GonNa get and and what they're gonNA do. But when it comes to facebook specifically marketing on there, and what you're suggesting is what will eventually bleed over into all the other ways to generate cold traffic is that You have to be very, very careful about results right like I mean facebook doesn't like I mean even simple things that you may think would be okay. Maybe you can give us some examples of that like what is something that facebook at go up your promising result and you need to kind of steer away from that yeah. So some really important ones are very common is anything within a timeframe. Is Seen as can be seen as over promising thing about it wants to cover their ass legally because they can get sued by having people advertising platform and making claims..

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"facebook" Discussed on Reset

Reset

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"facebook" Discussed on Reset

"Truly top of mind for them. Many of them are angry and we're seeing kind of employees uprising like we'd never seen before it. FACEBOOK, facebook, actions or lack thereof are even more stark since twitter labeled similar post from trump with A. A warning about the violent content so on Monday over four hundred facebook employees staged virtual walkout so they all logged off their work platforms. They changed their avatars on their communications tools to a raised fist and solidarity with the black lives matter protests, and they use this as a time to push leadership to reconsider their views on I'm not fact checking in not moderating trump so four hundred employees out of facebook's more than forty thousand employees. What was the organizational makeup of that group where they entry level employees or top engineers? It's mostly rank-in-file from what I'm seeing reconciling years product designers, but we have seen some for the first time. Senior level employees meaning directors of product management director of product design these are relatively high ranking people within the ORG, and we are seeing them post publicly on twitter in solidarity, the head of product designed for facebook's Newsfeed Ryan, Freedus, tweeting quote mark is wrong, and I will endeavour in the loudest possible way to change his mind.

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"facebook" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"facebook" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Facebook no broadcasting from the underground command post from the files of the hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we have once again made contact without a leader the end hello I'm mark live in our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one the reason the president is upset with Twitter you should be upset which water is because he supports free speech with that media outlets from CNN and MSNBC and far more than that demanding the Twitter rejects free speech look folks we can't have people sitting there deciding if something is misleading or not misleading somethings are not that clear but when you have a debate it's not about leading misleading or not misleading it's about promoting a viewpoint and promoting ideas and promoting an approach intruders made what I consider in the long running fatal step here it's going to now be an arbitrator it's supposed to be a site where people can communicate with each other pretty much whatever they want you know as long as it's not **** is long it's it's not criminal that's what free speech is about we used to understand this I can remember long long time ago when the ACLU when the editorial pages of our major metropolitan newspapers we defend **** and neo **** and Klansmen marching in Jewish neighborhoods in black neighborhoods I remember that I remember when people used to say look this is a point the speech but I support the speech because it's a slippery slope to start regulating this stuff no this isn't a first amendment issue because Twitter is not the government but it is a free speech if you hold yourself out to the public as effectively a communications platform well don't hold yourself out as a communications platform you're making money off of all of us all of us use Twitter to their ads through selling information about us they make an enormous amount of money I mean this guy who founded tutors a multi billionaire look I don't have any problem with it the a multi billionaire big deal but I do have a problem when they treat the president the way they're treating the president because he he rejects voting by mail as to why look folks this is the way voting was supposed to work you show up in person physically you show an identification that has to match with your face then you can vote to make sure you are who you say you are we do in fact have a history in this country of illegal voting how do you think Lyndon Johnson became a United States senator how do you think Joe Kennedy senior through West Virginia and cook county this isn't a joke these things happen they really do I wave elections that are very very close sometimes for the United States Senate Congress and for president and we have the Democrat party that has been for decades now gaming the system trying to figure out ways to take advantage of the voting process can you name one time in the last twenty years that the Democrat party at the national level or even just a little bit I'm familiar at the national level that is proposed anything to ensure that those who vote are supposed to vote or that the ballots are protected I can't think of any we get earlier and earlier voting forty five days before the election I mean somebody could have a heart attack and died you've already voted what do you need about forty five days before the election now we have your vote can count a week after the election called harvesting so what do they do they flip six or seven grade school districts in California we're watching this one not not so here we are the war on China virus and what's come out of this this push for voting by mail the Democrats push it to the media push media push it so that Democrats push and they say there's no evidence there's no evidence the people can cheat there's more evidence about voter fraud through mail than there is about climate change manmade climate change this much I can say but there wasn't many wasn't even that long you know sixteen years ago who's on C. span who rejected this kind of outing was paper ballots period let alone vote by mail because there is no serious way to oversee vote by mail.

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06:08 min | 2 years ago

"facebook" Discussed on Facebook

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

"facebook" Discussed on podnews

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