17 Burst results for "Felix Gray"
"felix gray" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"But just having a reaction to something isn't necessarily a mental health condition, though it could fall under that category as a reactionary called adjustment disorder or different things like that. It's still important is what I'm trying to say. They're both valid, a chronic mental health condition versus something happening and you react into it. They're both valid but different. You said that the reasons you feel depressed and the reasons you feel stressed are obvious to you. I think that's a good thing. That's a really good thing. And I love your level of self awareness. It's something that isn't necessarily easier to deal with because you have self awareness, but it can be nice to have a target. It's sort of a clear reason for feeling the way that you do, rather than the sort of vague unidentifiable sense of grossness that doesn't make any sense within the context of your life. So in your situation, you do have some specific targets. Now I'll say those targets might only be the obvious ones and there might be more under the surface here that you're not exactly privy to yet. But having a place to start is a great thing. But, you know, if you're saying that you understand why you're depressed, you know the ways that you can make yourself feel better, but they're not working, that probably means you need some professional help. You know, that or some sort of significant life change that's going to kind of draw a line in the sand and actually make some difference for you. Hey Friends, the hardcore self help podcast will be right back after this short message from our sponsor. All right, this episode is brought to you by Felix gray. Felix gray are the blue light glasses that started it all. 5 years ago, Felix gray began their quest to make eyewear that could help improve daily screen time. Their glasses filter 15 times more blue light from devices that you use to reduce eye strain and even potentially help you with sleep. I use my Felix grays all the time..
"felix gray" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"It's spelled man. Chaka it is pronounced was spilled manjaca. It was then they changed the spelling to men chaka's which is apparently the correct native american spelling for that word. I believe it was named the name of a mexican american general and some sort of war kind of clear and they do a really bad job of educating us about why they're making the change. Which a lot of people were like. I'm never calling it manchester. It's called man. Check every once in a while. I still get a driver. Who's like i won't say it that way. And i'm like okay. Thank you sir. I didn't ask how can a man. Okay so not native american but it's yeah it's it's you say man czech spa. It's a very weird austin right so we're turning on a man check and dudes. Gps goes turn right onto man mankoc road and when i started cracking up. The dude didn't even flinch like he had either heard it a thousand times and it wasn't funny to him anymore or the language barrier prevented us from enjoying the humor together but either way i need every. Gps to say man. Check that way we go down the street every day to get to work and i'm often in a lift or number so i'm just saying that would bring me joy man cock road cockroach. Yeah this episode of our vp's brought to you by felix gray. The greatest glasses company in the world five years ago felix gray realized our eyes weren't meant to look at screens all day. And they designed glasses to make daily screen time more comfortable in the workday more productive. I have several pairs fair day frames. The nash frames my newest para called the west. I've got a pair of my face every single night. I've been wearing glasses since i was twelve years old. These aren't just any glasses. Their special blue light glasses. The protect your own hosts from all the bad things. Screens brings screens jared. We cannot live without them but they are burning are fucking is out day by day hour by our minute by minute and that's where felix gray steps in and saves all of our fucking lives. There are a lot of blue light glasses on the market but to lump all blue light glasses together as like lumping..
"felix gray" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"We get to borrow them and use them for a period of time and i and i just thought i just wanna see what sort of a regular iphone experience for a while But now i'm like. I'm really tempted to get thirteen and possibly the thirteen pro backs. Not not max. That's that's a little too big for me. Gotta get the max also speaking of the max. We should probably also talk about the mini. Which is the ipad mini. That's that's my recommendation this week. Oh okay well maybe you can. Just give us a rundown of the ipad mini in your recommendation. How's that work. And then we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the apple watch series seven which apple also announced on tuesday. Oddly enough no release date for it which is pretty unusual. We had heard advance of the event. There've been reports that there might be production delays on this one. Interestingly we heard there might be production delays because of totally revamp design the. Turn out not to be the case. I mean there's a little bit different about this watch. It has a bigger display smaller vessels. there is it. Looks like an apple watch. It wasn't a dramatic revamp or anything like that That said you know. It is one of the world's best-selling wearables and world's best-selling watches. And so lots of people will probably by this but we are not we. Don't we don't have the chance to test it just yet so i guess we'll have to do a leader sean. That maybe brown adrian so since she also loves her wearables viechtach all right. We're gonna take a quick break and when we come back. We're into talk all about apple's software. Five years ago felix gray realized our eyes weren't meant to look at screens all day and designed glasses to make daily screen time more comfortable and the workday more productive now more than ever americans are spending more time on computers phones tablets gaming and so many other sources of blue light felix..
"felix gray" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Out so just like amazing being apparently so eighty bucks a cup they say in the us capital jd or shaking your head no well. I'm sure it's great. But i'm not a. I'm not paying eighty dollars for shit coffee literally. Shit coffee. I have a quick answer. This one few months ago four or five months ago. I started getting this. This company started popping up my instagram females. Like ooh. that looks very nice. But i didn't want to pull the trigger for myself. So i started literally just texting rachel and the kids. This house coat from the oa ass clothing company for father's day because every father's day for the last fourteen years i basically got shafted right like you know not even old science like catch no nothing not even a regular coffee so i basically just said just said get me this for father's day they did. I love it and this this company it. I'm going to show you their website right now. And it's just. This is what my neighbor is literally see these days. It's just that's me twenty younger version of me just as my vibrate now. I live in this house coat. I have the black octo robe. But it's and i love it. It's so it's so comfortable and this is this is just my vibe. I think for the rest of my life now like that's is sort of a pandemic vibe at first but now i've just i'm embraced it and i'm a housego guy. I've never never had a robe really. But now i do and i love it. I love it i. It's so hot down here. I know spring summer. like a lightweight. Fabric it's a. It's a terry cloth so it's basically like a towel and yes surprisingly not that hot but sounds anything else under. It usually not really know. Wow wow. you've got to trust that. Tie double windsor going. Oh very nice All right well. I think we got one more and it's story time here tasked with that. That's a bit of a book but it was a good email so we included last one. Here hey non dunkers. This is my first time writing. So you guys. I love the show. Since i found it on youtube during the dumpster fire. That was twenty twenty. And i haven't missed a daily pot or beach step since i've been living in sunny denver colorado for the last four years long before that however i grew up across the atlantic in ireland where the nba was about as well known as the various forms of cricket are in the skeets household so when i moved to the west chicago suburbs twenty eleven cricket very so when i moved to the west chicago suburbs in twenty eleven just weeks after derrick rose one. I got introduced to the league through my uncle. I was educated in the beautiful game by d. rose joking no stacey king and neil fuck coach stabs and jimmy buckets. I was hooked. I was all on board to watch bulls dynasty in my lifetime. It didn't quite go that way. But hey ten years on and the bulls are obviously back. I now live in denver. Where i have my dream job as a cultivator growing colorado's famous recreational cash crop. And i listened to your pods to pass time working on the farm over time. I began to pick up that my mid western brother trae might have the same extracurricular herbal pastime that i myself enjoy. I guess this during one of your mba. Happy hours were kirby exhibited the kind of strain that even felix gray couldn't fix if he's talking about a colorado crash cash crop that we're both interested in. I assume he means a celestial seasonings peppermint. Tea government t. beautiful out of colorado. That's why press herbal instead of. We're talking teas but is squeezed in another sponsor there with great and credible here. That's why we had to include this way. So the other day after work i got ready to watch the new star wars show on disney plus and i started by making myself a bowl of fruity flavored magic spoon cereal then then proceeded to pack my other much much smaller bowl. I noticed that particular strain. I was soon to be partaking in had a curious name. I kid you not the name. The strain was tk fruity pebbles now. First of all trae. Kirby's fruity fellows as a marketing masterclass. Dang so congratulations your success. This was just too obvious assigned from the universe that they had to reach out to. The nation's leading bowls are back all adjust and let him know how his famous.
"felix gray" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us
"This is personal finance. Show on money how it works. How to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. I mean host david stein. Today's episode three fifty six. It's titled how when and why should you rebalance your investment for folio. When i was an institutional investment advisor i would meet quarterly with many of our clients. We would go over. Performance potential portfolio changes asset allocation but. Invariably we would also look at rebalancing the per folio. It wasn't always easy to do. Because some of the assets were illiquid such as venture capital or private real estate rebounding involved selling assets that are overweight their strategic target and allocating the proceeds to assets. That are underweight. The target because many of the assets were illiquid oftentimes rebalancing would focus on the public more marketable investments now there are a number of ways to approach rebalancing it can be done on a calendar basis could be monthly quarterly annually or it could be a threshold approach a tolerance band we rebalanced when an asset is over or underweight its target by three percentage points or five percentage points in this episode. We're going to take a closer look. At rebalancing i pulled all the relevant research. I could find over the past decade with regard to what is the best approach to rebalancing. And why would we even need or want to rebalance before we continue. Let me pause and share some words from one of this week. Sponsors felix gray five years.
"felix gray" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Greatest glasses company in the world five years ago felix gray realized. Our eyes weren't meant to look at screens all day and designed glasses to make daily screen time more comfortable and the workday more productive. Got a pair about my head. I've several pairs that. I own the fair day frames. The nash frames. My newest pair are the west. I've got a pair of my face every single night. I've been wearing glasses as i was twelve years old. These aren't just any glasses. Their special blue light glasses that protect your own from all the bad things screens bring screens. Jared we can't live without them but they're burning are fucking is out day by day hour by our minute by minute. That's where felix gray comes in saves all of our lives. I just put on my felix gray if you're watching this On video and these are actually ross. My sleep glasses like a member of the beatles. I do these are my sleep glasses so actually might fall asleep sitting this jerry. I need you to stay awake okay. I'll take them but they do make sleep glasses. Which help you wind down at night in. Prepare your mind in your is your sleepytime. What a lotta people don't know. Is that blue light at night. Like when you're laying in bed and looking at your phone and just blasting your eyes of blue night or blue light when it's nighttime there's literally like no other leading your besides your phone at keeping you awake longer. yeah and then it's it's damaging the quality of sleep that you're getting as well even after you fall asleep which is a shame. It's a real shame. There are a lot of the blue light glasses on the market but to lump them all together would be like lumping. Honda civics with tesla's cars most clear. Blue light lenses filtered two to three percent of blue light from screens felix. Gray fifteen times more. That's quite a bit fifteen times. More filtration go to f. e. l. i. x. g. r. a. y. glasses dot com slash. Rvp that's felix gray glasses dot com slash.
"felix gray" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Asked by our audience but the way we open the episodes with an intro portion this is where we talk about current events we bring up scientific studies. We have fun conversations. That's usually we'll fun staff and that part so today's intro. Portion was fifty two minutes after that. We got to the fitness question. So we opened up by talking about the The bat flu bat soup flew all of us. Came down with the you know what virus not all of us Justin actually decided not to be a team player. Yeah so adam get me. Doug and myself Tested positive plus an employee. So we're the only ones in the studio. Justin is actually calling in via zoom. So we don't infect him so we talked about that then. I brought up. How instagram took down one of my post because i talked about the vitamins that i'm taking right now ridiculous then. We talked about jurists. The sad news of john meadows. A good friend of ours recently passed away very very sad Then we talked about the benefits of moving outside while we're not feeling so good. Then we talked about the sign language. Interpreter for wop weap- stands for what. Ask guess what you know what. That word is Pretty funny then. Justin talked about how he ordered new felix. Gray blue light blocking glasses if you want to wear blue light blocking glasses but you don't want orange or red tinted glasses and you don't wanna look like a dork with Frames that are not cool. Go to felix gray. They've got the best glasses. they work. Well they aren't they don't change the color of everything. Great frames head over to felix. Gray glasses dot com. That's f. e. l. i. x. y. glasses dot com slash. mike pump. Then we talk about how hub spot. Great company just bought the hustle. Then adam brought up. How penn national buys score for two billion and acquired barstool for four hundred fifty million. Pretty cool we're can then talked about how iphone are going to be scanning your images looking for.
"felix gray" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"Your family wants your career once academic career you know all these different things and you place each card very carefully and keep it going for so many years that it feels like if you kind of open up this box it would be like pulling out one of the cards on that on the on the bottom row and suddenly everything comes tumbling down so it can feel very very scary friends. The hardcore self. Podcast will be right back after this short message from our sponsor. Okay this episode is brought to you by felix gray. Hopefully now that. It's summer time. You guys are working a little bit less on the computer getting outside more doing stuff like that but i know that's that's wishful thinking. A lot of us are mainly stuck behind a computer or just on our phones all the time using all those screens and so with those times. Maybe you want to think about getting some blue light. Glasses at five years ago felix gray realized that our eyes weren't really meant to look at screens all day and they designed glasses to make daily screen time more comfortable in your workday. More productive felix gray has lenses that filter. Fifteen times more of the important blue light than other types and They have really nice frames. I have the nash if you go to their website and look up the the nash frames. They're probably the first ones on the search list in black. I post pictures of them all the time of my instagram. I pretty much wear them almost every night. Because i spend time writing reports doing the podcast things like that. And i never use blue light glasses before but i find myself reaching for them and sort of craving them now. When i'm spending a lot of time on the computer. Because i can tell the difference in just how much it affects me. It's a little bit hard to describe the difference in terms of what it feels like. I can definitely tell more fatigue when i'm not using more fatigue. That is not really physical fatigue. I think that. I probably sleep a little bit better when i remember to use the blue light glasses as well and It just seems to be less straining. And so i feel more comfortable wearing them so usually when i'm settling in for the night to get sort of my nightshift done i've been reaching for the felix great glasses and i'm really enjoying them. And every time. I walk around the house and forget to take them off. My wife always says look cute with them on so the style is good so yeah. They're frames that are made from acetate and they're hand finished so they're durable lightweight and.
"felix gray" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"It much easier for us to bear the challenges that we face stay tuned for more mindful. Mama podcast right after this break. We are supported by the blue glasses. That started it. All the best on the market felix gray or at least high. Say they're the best you know have worked a computer a lot for my work or my coaching goals. Working on the podcast. Regan mindful parenting and my eyes would feel dry and itchy. And they would get. I would get headaches and no longer. Now that i have my awesome felix gray. Blue light. Glasses that i love. I adore them. Five years ago. Felix realized that you know are aren't meant to look at screens all day. And they designed glasses to make daily screen time more comfortable in the workday more productive felix gray lenses filter fifteen times more of the most important blue light and these are high quality glasses. They have classic frame styles made from acetate and hand finished for durable lightweight. Glasses that are both comfortable and stylish. I wear the felix gray hopper blue light glasses and i have the color. Seneca missed which is like really pretty clear blue. It's so pretty in line. Look pretty good. I think i really liked them. So we know that with summer in full swing that typically means maybe less work and more play but for those times you need to plug in and get in the work zone felix gray has your back and they have nonprescription and prescription options available. Go check them out now. Felix gray glasses dot com slash hunter. You find that link right in the show notes where you're listening to this even on your cell phone that's f. e. l. i. x. g. r. a. y. glasses dot com slash hunter. There's free shipping. Free returns free exchanges. You won't regret your felix gray glasses. They have changed my life felix. Gray glasses dot com slash hunter. It allows us to accept it. You know it's like that's like two were given the story in our society in our culture that we should be comfortable all the time. We should be happy all the time and to instead. Have the truths that no everybody suffers. Everybody has difficulty look which we know. Of course you know as soon as you say it's like well of course but that and the the truth of permanence Is i find. I find it so so helpful. I started are studying a buddhism. When i was a teenager and i and i i love the idea of. I thought about that as i was studying. Art history with the idea of the momentum. Moray and what Painters in the past and and also in the president to have put in memento moray or they sometimes some some paintings put in like a hidden skull in the painting which is like this just reminder of death which is this reminder of impermanent and it sounds like a little bit more bid but if you remember that your impermanent like you're not gonna you know it's it's happening for all of us as just the one escape of inescapable thing then we can be more present for what's here you know we. Can you know take that step back and see that you know seal those see that it's not personal to not per you know steak take that step back and really actually be more attentive to what we want to be attentive to rather than we give our our lives the focus that we wanna give it rather than just letting our you know our our manic. Mind or autopilot. Just take over. We can just be more intentional. I think when when we remember these things without adele. We've all had near misses right. You know your kid takes the car and they don't come back for the ten o'clock curfew in your thinking. Oh now you know something really awful happened. Where is are. We have a slightly abnormal finding at the doctor's office. And we're not sure if it's going to be something bad and in those moments we were faced with the improvements and then when we get to the other side of it and the teenager comes home with the car we find out that the lab finding was just a fluke. And we're fine. It's like few and we. We feel so appreciative of what we have right so appreciate that teenagers alive and in your life and the beautiful being that they are and that's kind of the gift of impertinence is the appreciation the deep appreciation of the preciousness of what we have. We have so much in any given moment as bad as things might be. We still often have a lot us. It's worth taking it in business. And it's worth doing all the things you talk about in your book. Gail like cultivating self-regulation cultivating positively cultivating mindfulness cultivating a practice to steady the heart rate. It just allows us to be able to. You know it's hard to be a human being hurt and just to be able to show up for the like intensity and difficulty of just everybody's life it it's It really points to why why we need to do that. So i'm you know i'm thinking about like you know you you write something really beautiful in your book. Which is while. None of us can write a new beginning. We can all right a new ending. And i think that's really beautiful. It's very much speaks to your work as a hospice doctor. My mother was a hospice nurse for most of her career and she's retired now. I'm she listens every episode. I love this idea that we can write a new ending so as we start to think this like if we think about you know as you think about that like what are the things that i guess for you. Kind of going back to your own personal story. What are the things that you. I guess the the values intentions that you wanna bring into like kind of your your life. Are you want your your. I don't wanna say the word ending. We checked her though. We wanna be that you wanna be intentional about. And how are you going to hire. You can cultivate bones kind of a big question. I guess well. I've come to understand that my purpose is to be with people in their dark moments in their difficulties in the world and help them see that they don't have to.
"felix gray" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"This episode is sponsored by felix. Gray listen can you not stand blue light. Do you never want blue light to enter your eyeballs ever again woah felix gray makes the blue light glasses that started it all felix gray lenses filter fifteen times more blue light than typical lenses felix gray offer. Classic frame styles made from acetate and hand finished for durable lightweight and really comfortable pair of glasses. Blue light lenses come standard starting at ninety five dollars or you can add your prescription at checkout starting at a hundred and forty five dollars plus there's a thirty day money back guarantee so there's nothing to lose felix gray sending me some glasses to try out and i will say that they honestly have really great looking glasses and i am excited to try them. I ordered some sort of round wire frame glasses that i'm not sure that i'm cool enough to pull off. But we will find out. And i will keep you updated and there is a lot of hype around blue light glasses these days but there is legitimate science suggesting that blue light exposure can mess up. Your sleep can suppress your melatonin..
"felix gray" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"Or not doing well enough. This episode is sponsored by felix. Gray listen can you not stand blue light. Do you never want blue light to enter your eyeballs ever again. We'll felix gray. Makes the blue light glasses that started it all felix gray lenses filter fifteen times more blue light than typical lenses felix gray offer. Classic frame styles made from acetate and hand finished for durable lightweight and really comfortable pair of glasses. Blue light lenses come standard starting at ninety five dollars or you can add your prescription at checkout starting at one hundred and forty five dollars plus there's a thirty day money back guarantee so there's nothing to lose felix gray sending me some glasses to try out and i will say that they honestly have really great looking glasses and i am excited to try them. I ordered some sort of round wire frame glasses that i'm not sure that i'm cool enough to pull off. But we will find out. And i will keep you updated and there is a lot of hype around blue light glasses these days but there is legitimate science suggesting that blue light exposure can mess up. Your sleep can suppress your melatonin..
"felix gray" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"This episode is sponsored by felix. Gray listen can you not stand blue light. Do you never want blue light to enter your eyeballs ever again while felix gray makes the blue light glasses that started it all felix gray lenses filter fifteen times more blue light than typical lenses felix gray offer. Classic frame styles made from acetate and hand finished for durable lightweight and really comfortable pair of glasses. Blue light lenses come standard starting at ninety five dollars or you can add your prescription at checkout starting at one hundred and forty five dollars plus there's a thirty day money back guarantee so there's nothing to lose felix gray is sending me some glasses to try out and i will say that they honestly have really great looking glasses and i am excited to try them. I ordered some sort of round wire frame glasses that i'm not sure that i'm cool enough to pull off. But we will find out. And i will keep you updated and there is a lot of hype around blue light glasses these days but there is legitimate science suggesting that blue light exposure can mess up. Your sleep can suppress your melatonin. So i'm really curious to see how this affects me. You can get yourself a pair of glasses. Made for the twenty first century and designed for modern hardworking is go to felix gray glasses dot com slash minds for the best blue light glasses on the market. That's f. l. i. x. g. r. a. y. glasses dot com slash m. i. n. d. s. They have free shipping. Free returns free exchanges felix gray glasses dot com slash minds. Yeah and like. Despite the fact that i think a lot of us just as we get older and we get further away from that ideal pop music window like you know. Thirteen to nineteen or fourteen to twenty. We tend to look at or listen to popular music and thank god so simple. It's so like what your paper is suggesting. is that in fact. It's getting more and more complicated. So tell us about the inflationary surprise hypothesis. And then how your data supported it. Sure so the inflationary. Surprise hypothesis says that basically the initial paper the surprise effects of harmony that that increase surprise leads to Increase in preference was looking as if surprise and songs across that era was like a constant static thing right so we were just saying. Let's look at all of these songs. From fifty eight to ninety one and say are the top ones generally do they contain more surprise than the lower ones. The inflationary hypothesis says that they slowly over time. That kind of idea that. There's these like different listeners. In these groups and because of their expectations their each of their expectations are building on what happens previously. So you need to kind of as you look forward. You would expect this inflation. If inflationary hypothesis was in fact the We found evidence for that that the top songs would actually diverge more from the bottom songs in in surprised by having more and more surprise looking over time. And so we said okay. How can we investigate that. So we took kind of. I think it's pretty straightforward. We took the nineteen fifty eight to nineteen ninety-one corpus. And we said okay. We're going to look at obey the first from nineteen fifty eight to nineteen seventy five. That's going to be our baseline those first years. There actually isn't a big difference in harmonic surprise. During those during that time period we can dig into that. If if you would like. But the end the other corpus we added a new corpus. This is the secret cord laboratory corpus where we looked at song from two thousand to twenty nineteen. There were six hundred songs in the billboard corpus and there were over five thousand songs in the two thousand twenty nineteen corpus and so basically in that courtroom. We looked at the first five years from two thousand to two thousand and four as our baseline and so we just we basically bins two thousand two thousand four and then every five years as a been and we just basically map harmonic surprise and again the top core tile and the bottom core tile in both of these the old corpus and the new corpus and we found this a similar effect that yes over time we see as berry significant trend of the top performing songs need more and more surprise overtime compared to the q. Four songs is what what we see more divergence there and then so that's us that speaks to you know this is like an effective take an era. That's like a universal kind of thing. Pick a starting point and look into the future and you should expect to see that you know you're have increases in surprise in terms of underlying principles of the music that are you know one of many factors that are driving performance so this particular data set ends in nineteen ninety-one. Is that right. So those two data sets so basically for the inflationary hypothesis. We took the old day to set. And then we'd have a new set so the old data set was from johnny. Be good in nineteen fifty eight to smells like teen spirit in nineteen ninety one and the new data set was from two thousand so like say my name. Destiny's child through twenty nineteen like old town road got it and so you compare these two and you found the effects in both data sets and it was in both data sets and i was really skeptical. That in the new data set. So you know we were lucky enough to be handed. You know the annotations from a previous from astra per goings thesis with up to the seventh chords so there were over three hundred cords in that first corpus up to the seventh when we looked at the new corpus of songs from two thousand twenty nineteen. We were only looking. At the twenty four major and minor courts now is being done kind of by an algorithm that does does like kind of cord transcription like a very basic level and even with only those. When you look at information theory right you would expect like a low kind of like a less chance of things to be surprising. I was wondering if that would still like you know. Hold and you know it. It still did even without the more More specific cord annotations like things. Up to selig. Made distinguishing was dominant and major chords. Even it's still kind of is still held although the bits of surprise and the top song were lower in that later corpus than the older corpus if that makes sense because they're just was less surprise overall because of less options so you've started this startup companies. You could cord labs. And i think from what i understand. Part of your mandate for your for your company as to use artificial intelligence or use an algorithm to predict or create songs. That you that should be popular is that is that right. Yeah we're we're careful about exactly what we what we say it should do. I think i've been a creator. We've alive is the company of the musicians for for quite a while. our cto's. I've been in bands with for like fifteen years. Jeff and then scott co founder. He's he's been writing music since he was ten in. This whole kind of idea came about when he was like asking his buddy over and over for like ideas about the bridge. And we've all like been inside our our our tracks and like wanting to know you know we've been working on it for a month and like wanting to know like is this. Was this the right move. Like what does distract need. I don't have. I don't have the resources to have like a like an artist manager or a record label executive and there's more creators out there in the world than ever before. There's like it's crazy. There's like seventy four thousand songs uploaded the spotify every single day and there's more and more careers kind of want some piece of data which they don't have access to because they're not represented yet but like the really good at making music but maybe they're not so good at like you know making a decision of like which track to feature or like which version of the demo or which version of the mix should be the track that they push you know an upload spotify and put out into the world and so i guess.
"felix gray" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"Having fun just thinking about it. This episode is sponsored by felix gray. Listen can you not stand blue light. Do you never want blue light to enter your eyeballs ever again while felix gray makes the blue light glasses that started it all felix gray lenses filter fifteen times more blue light than typical lenses felix gray offer. Classic frame styles made from acetate and hand finished for durable lightweight and really comfortable pair of glasses. Blue light lenses come standard starting at ninety five dollars or you can add your prescription at checkout starting at one hundred and forty five dollars plus there's a thirty day money back guarantee so there's nothing to lose felix gray is sending me some glasses to try out and i will say that they honestly have really great looking glasses and i am excited to try them. I ordered some sort of round wire frame glasses that i'm not sure that i'm cool enough to pull off. But we will find out. And i will keep you updated and there is a lot of hype around blue light glasses these days but there is legitimate science suggesting that blue light exposure can mess up. Your sleep can suppress your melatonin..
"felix gray" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
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"felix gray" Discussed on KFC Radio
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