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03:43 min | 2 years ago

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"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

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"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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Love Your Work

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"fifteen megabyte" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You know, it was really just sort of like it was, you know what college experience supposed to be where it was like a, you know, sort of space to make whatever we wanted with, you know, totally free, creativity. And then we started doing, you know, shows we're our college and you know a lot of entertainment on a college campus, you know, sort of a captive audience that we knew. Actually, what head space. All these kids were in. You know, we were able to get a lot of success the on the college campus. Then we started, you know, I knew how to soda HTML's that always, you know, been driven indoor internet kid who taught myself HTML and stuff like that. And I would also r-maine video editor. I told myself final thought and we started running videos on our website. And at the time it was about two thousand three thousand four. When we first started doing this, you know, there was no YouTube right YouTube, I think, showed up to six or seven, and there was not that much video on the internet. Not that much comedy. And so we got a lot of popularity internet very quickly because you know, people would share videos around. We would go viral. Remember, we started a one room the we were hosting videos on the politics server, which and the and that the the guy who ran a computer lab, I called us into. Show us how many like server requests server was getting to demonstrate why we couldn't. Eve are video on the web server anymore. And these were like fifteen megabyte videos. They were like very, like three twenty two forty like videos. But I like, yeah, you guys can't. You guys can't be serving these from the from the campus server anymore. And then we balanced around from just remembering that's like server server company, that server company trying to find some place that could deal with the bandwidth. There was a surprisingly common problem that that you know, kinda shocking don't have anymore. Thanks to, you know, YouTube and and other services like that. I mean, now I have a dream to accounts when I when I had my personal website on my have unlimited bandwidth for seven dollars a month which I wouldn't killed for. Five. So you're making these videos, you're breaking the internet. There is going so well that you decide not to go to grad school in that moment as you're making that decision. Are you thinking like, oh. I mean, it seems like a lot of people would be resistant to the idea that you know I'm gonna pursue this comedy thing, and something might come of that. Was that a difficult decision to make. I mean, first of all, everybody, nobody really wasn't courage in may to go to grad school, you know, like I wanted to, but you know, even my adviser when I was like, I don't go to grad school and no one in your family without a PHD. Right? So yes, that's true. I am the only wouldn't twenty right on the only number of my family out of beach. Grandly my interest in physics and my dad marine biologist now vice-president university Oregon, and yeah, but they weren't that encouraging about it. I think you know, maybe people had offense that I wasn't cut out for the economic lifestyle. I was really, really interesting ideas. And I, you know, did well in my classes. You know, I was a, you know, my professors don't like me and, and I think they felt they understood the ideas, but I, you know, I just never had great with getting the reading dump right. I had a little bit of a, you know, I mean, and eighty ADD and and ADHD diagnosis, but also ADHD personality a little bit. And just nobody was like, you should. You know, people were like you could, and I was, you know, getting geared up..

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