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"howitt" Discussed on Elder Law Issues Podcast

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03:45 min | Last month

"howitt" Discussed on Elder Law Issues Podcast

"To make sure that the title is in the name of the lien which is a big issue usually but luckily we work closely with a bankers title and they fixed that up for us once we get that title. That's great so basically in the inventory of assets in the trust you'll actually be able to see the vehicle that that you may have a driver multiple drivers on it. Who have the ability to do that. And who are insured and have insurance. You'll actually see as part of the trust accounting that the trust itself has a lien on the car right. That's exactly right and can you tell me a little bit about whether or not there. Any kind of agreements for instance that we ask a beneficiary to sign yes before i will send the checkout or deliver it. We create this vehicle agreement as well as an insurance agreement That goes into detail with all of the you know what they're agreeing to in terms of us being lien holder and also who's driving the vehicle howitt's insured who's paying for the insurance and etc so those kinds of things when we think about insurance in some cases do you work with are property manager. Heidi on on insurance issues. Yeah so she actually. She has a lot of experience with getting insurance and she also works closely with a broker that will look for the best price for insurance. Got into what happens if somebody says they want to bundle their insurance with another car that may be owned and household. Do you work and find ways to reimburse. How does all of that work. Yeah so if that's something that they wanna do. We'll look into that if it's something that we can do then we'll definitely move forward with that We we try not to overall but if it's something that we can do them we'll we'll make it happen and i guess one of the things that people listening today may maybe wondering is how about the every day maintenance issues that comes up with cars like hey..

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03:51 min | 3 months ago

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"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

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03:12 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"I'll probably advise going up level from that just because of longevity of it it's just not worth magazine is really low end off so that would be mine advice. I think i think the kief for me. When i first started was getting lights. That have a bigger diameter is amazing. It looks so much so much creamier. Yeah so it honestly like sometimes i feel like i would rather buy like a big sheet and just make my own like large diameter scrim gym or something like that and Put it like a you know a three hundred dollar spotlight behind it. Because i feel like that would have made a lot of videos beginning. Look a lot better than like the three. You know the newer or whatever the the super cheap light that i bought. And that's what. That's what i started with ya. Yeah so that's a. That's a huge. That's a huge tip Virk raiders make stuff. The reason why these people are creating their own content. They're going to start creating content. So i want to. I want to just have a A course that. I have on on our colleagues vault regular lighting how to make it look look better but That's routes as one of my the things that they might stand out more Is that large day her life that you have. I'm not sure what you have right now. But i do not have large janitor light right now. It's tricky tiny so good. Oh thank you must've. Yeah i've what got good codes bugging saw content screener. But i've got a go. Docs the three hundred. W okay. i think what they're actually stikes that we use in this year we have a few of them got for this and then just lucky side. This big off fox is the better bigger the better for for people's faces shadows and depends on what you're doing but Yeah that's one of the. That's one of the biggest tips because people that nowadays by light and then it looks like crappy. They had a show on their forehead Having a big gamer will get rid of all that in so Cool it's good to know that your sony One of the awesome company gotta go pretty soon but an awesome company. That i have started buying into is man light. Have you heard man light. I have yet. So i started with aperture i don't go. Talks is awesome to with aperture For a lot of this content creation stuff and they have a great three hundred in two hundred Nan light makes the same stuff with a similar power. But it's cheaper in also make launch of like. They've got pretty short sandlot. We're looking again. Some days and stuff like pretty powerful ones and i think that those are you looking at getting a tube lights or or like spotlights they actually Select led panels. Yes oh cool. Yeah yeah the nixon really. Good ones like that My new favorite thing is is to lights. Quasar technologies made the kindergarten game with two lights but Nan light makes an awesome to light.

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03:39 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Is perfect. You switch up. The calvin a little bit too to get the puck. Temperatures little higher and lower That's where the tank comes from. Isn't this that's exactly what it is. Got a little yellow on their This is the best this is the best tripod of ever had when it comes to travel to ipods On here because again forgot the name. But i will get the name of this tripod. And i will lincoln. Because it's bad carbon-fiber version aluminum virgin and it's awesome for travel stuff. But anyway sorry. I geek out ungeared so kinda talked about What kind of gear that you are into or you sony guy cannon guy yes only guy probably a dot and no. That's not true. I had a canon six hundred day. When i was like sixteen. But after that sunny especially being more video focused But i love to sit up. That's really straightforward practical setup for for this other stuff to link thing and it just couldn't connect it so right now so you have to finagle with i can. I can help you if you wanna talk about this. You'd literally have to finagle with it. There's no software you have to do. Are you on Sony a sony ansari yet Seven three okay. So that was. I have so. There's also send you a youtube video. You have to do a couple of things to make sure the hdmi output is the right setting. Yeah i do play that but still discourages blackout. You also signed no. That happens to me every time. A plug it into the first time in a while you have to keep an egg only putting in two different usb ports out panicking for. I talked to you because maya right portion that But that happens all the time man and you just have to keep look. I mean youtube university right. If people are watching the other fix it off found was using. If you have a sony using the sunny imaging edge app just download the software on your on your computer and then you can just with the cord stretch a camera and you don't need. The camera could all but The way i think works. Well us definitely. Sony's is so great because it kind of would want to start the imaging edge thing you can like when i show people video or photo when i'm on set. They're so impressed. And they're so happy that will.

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"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

AdLeaks

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Sort of not not as much overseas ads. That's more of a depends on the the is like a funnel website website. I think unthinking for a fun molly pittman went over a bunch of things for for that Yet eventually we're yet like via sale. Like is the like a fun Funnel type thing for product. Yeah we do a lot of that. But i'd imagine similar principles come into play in terms of like you into a fifteen second video but intended the structure those and how you portray each those things. So i'll probably probably not the best person to speak on that but we had tried look similar principles in and catch that key. People is i think. A lot of people do Different lengths of ads as well even on facebook nas necessarily on landing pages in the us some of them for any page What are kind of your. Your favorite likely said was fifteen to twenty five seconds unique. Do anything longer than that we do at times. When it's a product that needs a bit more expanding its too hard to condense down in that time because we don't want to sacrifice people just watch just being a bunch of words and message don't understand so we do And we also have a couple of brands that when they came to us have previous winning creatives that are like long forms one or two minutes. Which sort of that. Just slow explain style the raising their winning. Because i've been running it for two years and engagement should stacked up and it's still performs but not so much now and on the flip side short videos for sure back yet short videos even more those because even gifts boomerangs or Really intentional sort of loops as well lead right. Because if you looping video someone's not gonna realize it's the end of it they're gonna watch your gain and that's a great metric for telling facebook this person's really engaged in your head saying that actually a great white of improved performance in so much that looping thing is really popular especially the ones that won a chef dude who actually made it onto like net flicks He's a tiktok famous guy and he's lucy all videos. I literally i'll just walk. You just realize just watch also it four times. 'cause i'm so like so enamored by this is style in in. How creative isn't how he comes up with new things in the cooking. St like it's cooking. I just look. I love cooking. I got all the japanese knives. Yeah mauled i actually have a couple of cooking. I started getting cooking. Show for myself We all have to upload it onto the dancer called luque's spades all it's much yeah Okay so We have eight minutes. Left nikki. Giovanni exactly and he made it on. tv. He's he's amazing i love is style. I love is videos so engaging in entertaining anyways Let's let's talk about gear. I know there's a lot of people out there who have products in exactly what type of year to buy will start off with like some some beginner level gear. That people in here can Look at and snow. See if it's too expensive like cheaper stuff to get started with some products right now right now mice setup. I have Sony sixty six hundred With cam link site linked up to my laptop just like a small aperture mix great tiny little pocket light. That.

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03:45 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Or okay. Oh yeah okay like teeth whitening or something like should probably less of the screen before after more of the Like high small dog right job. I'm your voice. But i would. I mean high smile wouldn't be running an ad that that doesn't work or that does work. They were tested so extensively. So i'd be leveraging deutsche distractions what they're doing and seeing if you can replicate that since we work in that space as well so i play around with that opening the his package and just actually grows like skirting sounds when you jalen tape and the tape flattening. Yes and what do you think about people watching these ads. Who have audio or don't want what is your position. Otherwise like if it's anything with speaking voice ever have subtitles Because the yet seventy seven people will be listening with noise. Iowa's advised to create videos that can be watched in understood with no tax in audio. If possible so give context in your shots for example if it's a this waterproof It's waterproof drop it in a bowl of water and sights will approve because then if there wasn't a texan on i sound was to understand what it is So yeah give context to shots themselves and ask subtitles and text onscreen for any sort of voiceovers. While i love that. It's a great tip guys Turn the sound off all your ads and see if people understand it. yeah These are coming in quick. Bro guessing people asking stuff Alix steel one of our one of our good member. Alex analyze performance of the different sections of your videos in order to know which sections swap out a sort of touched on. This may be a little bit early out but the odd geometrics like the a three second. Few cosby click. Click through right. If it's if it's the three second view people drop you off to that. Eighty nine hundred. The hokey needed doll. That in unit have more context need have more colors contrast or movement to really get people engaged. And if it's the click through writes that slagging locally rights on the website or whatever it is every industry so different. I'd be looking at a strong called action or even having a court action early in the video of what what we're doing in some cases sites a certain shop now having earlier little button flicker up in comeback again at the end at the end because you can. You can push through early up especially people who aren't watching the video even videos a quite short so outbreak that way and the reality is it's most likely hook in most cases so the other thing that people get caught up in like i mentioned his too many features feature facial feature think more about the outcome that people want and focus on that and condensed. You messaging down no longer trying to have really slow long form videos for fifty seconds condense it down get get the messaging early Let's see so you know about it. and this is for. This is for ads Have you done any landing. page videos. We have.

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"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

AdLeaks

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"It's not just creative that you need to be thinking about. It's actually the whole ecosystem and media buying strategies that come into that but as a rule you need to get people to trust what what you're selling and leverage those reviews leverage you if you can get some and then just really have brand presence that displays trust and doesn't look like just another supplement bread go. Yeah i ask that but we have our timur questions will just those two and then we'll see their timeout for but Again molly pittman again was saying she. She has a brand that she's working with for like women with on silver hair so and she tells us she tells people that you should sell the outcome. And not the benefit She's instead of saying like our product is the best product. These are the ingredients. This is what it does to us by it. it's a udc of the woman. Saying hey my husband has looked at the same. The last ten years until i started using his brand. That kind of stuff makes me cry. Because like you're actually telling people stories and that's in that's why we're in creatives in the beginning is to tell stories right not necessarily products. But it's something that i'm definitely passionate about in so it makes the job a lot better feeling a lot. Easier to be honest When you saw the outcome rather than the benefit and people get caught up in that to benefit and features you know saying this has this ingredient in this inherently people. Don't care. I mean there's an element to that. They weren't us natural or whatever but people don't actually care. What is they wanted. They care about house can actually improve that lawful help then so i really like that executives guy. It's a it's tony robbins merely linguistic programming. Its programming to your buyers brains story in a picture that psychiatric picture themselves using your product. It's yet it's a great selling topic for sure sergei so thankful so. Just want a shy owner so someone starting a fitness clothing brand Do you think. His fitness or eighth is clothing brand. Twenty twenty is a hard space. There's so much competition. Yup yup if it's if it's a perilous it's gonna be maybe similar to self cisco And it would depend on. The product is absent great. Us pays for example. It says booty shaping leggings you know you can probably leverage some more selling points which can help And what sort of products other While here is apparel is is typically hard. Lower lower return signed time. You know. it's if you're in it for the long term. It could be something just to build over time and if you if you're not in it for the quick cash in it's more of a passion project that's always going to be driving. Yeah james you can let us know what is on there real quick if you still listening. They'll be great We're waiting for on his thread.

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05:04 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"I get the comment all the time like converse. But the the sort of i guess. I've always been a fan of brands at like the typical brands. So it's kind of a kick out of these comments because it's not because it's not cool anymore. You wanna try to his moves. Possible don't you. Yep yep that's the goal is literally gonna buy one you will this. So we got cameron potts on the line He's asking are you. Oh you know camera is is about a month ago Are you working on anything. The agency Do question feeding coming from him. Working on a on a brand. At the moment. Saturday spice it was. It was sort of something that we for for me him as well because i know what he does obviously wanted to focus on thing into at a point where there was a team those systems those things that were that was a big thing at the start just making sure we had one focus and we got to a point that we could eventually branch atmosphere another project so she also starting to get to that point now so we all work in a ecommerce brand. What's really cool about that. He's gonna be out to get such a first hand experience in in the industry that we're in and beyond a test so much more stuff that we probably contest with reclining pretty pumped for that got coleman. Is it like a good as well if if Just whenever but put a post up before this and Asked random people had questions. I gotta bunch. Yeah i actually saw you. Did you just create that picture right before he posted pictures mazen. We took the other way. Yeah we had. Obtained photos outworked worked. Well that's awesome also give a psych wallet city. Yep yep suckle please go ahead yes of octavian link us well if you wanna have Put up only a few people a few people around you..

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05:08 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Thanks receipt. So the has any questions. Please just go into the facebook in a comment. that would be awesome So in saying that. I have a comment or a question. So as far as creatives were always looking. The grass always seems greener on the other side of the fence and so i'm constantly constantly learning constantly looking at new year. I have so much gear in my car on amazon. It's ridiculous Concentrated refined our skills. And everything like that. And there's always people who we look up to And i have. I have several that. I look up to try to emulate but are some of the people that you read. Listen to podcasts Study some of those people good question. I in in this space. This couple of guys floating around ad lakes You know the guys that you will know chandler. Nick shack let chase while he's not creative. Some of those guys are doing some good things and i was definitely been motivated by by what they're doing the previous couple of years but in a broader sense a number of well. I'm by by the team. Daily the out and getting credit we. That's that's pretty cool. Say and then like with focused staff. Listen to a lot of like ecommerce Found to exit. Komo's econ fuel a start listening to you guys. A sort of hadn't really paid much attention but jumped into that so just learning from people who either done before seem all things and then on the flip side. There's almost that point where you could just learn from someone in a totally different industry. And i really enjoyed matthew mcconaughey as book green lights. That was just a perspective shift on a nephew. You listen to that one but And what i enjoyed about that was. It wasn't specific usually unlike business. What can i learn about self development but this one was like just perspective in life and it was just different in oxygen back and take it in so that was cool and then just books. Yes sorry can you. Can you do an impression of madison gunay now. I know i'm not gonna try out a rather So yeah he's alleged have man crush on his and then the couple others like the classic stop with why atomic habits selena are is again in books as well actually one great one for for people in the agency space is built to sell really practical story on how to just build a business that is sellable has value. Even if you're not going to sell it great white to set it up got built a cell. Joe actually should be writing these down sugar as robinson rewatch. Okay so awesome. Man appreciate that again if he has any questions in the comments section. Please please feel free to comment when the nuns. You wanna know anything. Tajae So yeah there's not not much.

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05:53 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Test fifteen different Hooks a pretty much and our arc and that's a great strategy. We don't go far but So be could be the first one and what was saying working is of that. It's interesting you might remember like a year ago. That explain taught video Tend to work quite well where it was like. Great hook care products in a problem solution. Todd thing educate people on your product. you've got reviews and social proof and then a court action so we're seeing that style still work in a more condensed format which is more like fifteen to twenty five seconds summer in that range and as long as you can communicate what you need to communicate in that cadets time without sacrificing the ability to read understand what's going on and and have all the right messaging that seems to be working well so one or two main value props rather than trump feeding six or seven if you have that many products and keep it really can sauce In that twenty five to fifteen to twenty five ranch and see using medical formats more than one any others got. Did you see what was what the The guy from instagram said the other day i think yesterday or two days ago about what. They're going some about the video only thirty ad. They're going to try to get rid of the images somehow. I'm not sure how. Yeah that's it it's all b- they're gonna go towards shopping trying to be more like tit..

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05:36 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Awesome Okay so tell me about how your company took on the whole new. ios Change in kind of what's going on with that. Yeah in in all honesty. It was kind of a really natural progression because Because we are just credit bassett's. I guess what happened was just four more focus on strategy and and and how it placing content howard portraying it particularly on top of funnel. Because what's more important now is really driving. That purchase is really as soon as possible that i click if possible so In terms of being profitable on the front end. It's more important to do that now. Because there's less room to less buffer on the on the back end but not a whole lot did change in in all honesty. And i've got a handful of buddies on the media buying side and For them which i appreciate but really it's it's about looking at Rather than looking at row as directly out of facebook now you look at things like kospi clicking click through right and that can really inform the decisions and i know i was listening to a couple of parties that that you guys put out previously fuel the guys saying similar things around like for example if you if you look at the data in and you have a drop off after the the first comma seconds on video it's probably some hook hooking improve or a switch ad or something like that so we do a lot of work in in finding great hooks in you know making sure that attention is there and people stopping in actually watching what you say and then on the back end if click the rights. Not not. they're usually. It's some to called action so it's about looking a little measurements in an testing that but at the same time we do a lot of volume so i guess that's helped a lot. You know we sort of usually between six and ten videos of mark for most brands and n test as well so just hates volume..

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05:05 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"We rented the apartment downstairs to to have a makeshift studio and he was on the credit side so he was fairly new to the video side and just toward the ropes and we went from that time we had probably two to clients on the credit side. Just a couple of questions about your age specifically and then we'll get into some other stuff specifically on. I really wanna know how you guys 'art name with iowa's fourteen But before that I guess is a lot of creates in the group and they all wanna know a certain amount of things. I know you you did it. Pretty fast man. You can't be reached. Thirteen employees pretty quickly And it's something that a lot of people in the group can be for sure I guess what was the key like the balance Was the key to scaling on that quickly. I guess it's really good question. I think having the mindset of being really willing to learn quickly and file fast and and we have to learn and develop from that because the mayor a big part of the reason. I'm pushing. This is because i just wanna level up the person as a leader and in my capacity because i know that just opened so many doors as well and it creates opportunities for people in for mesa being really really in line with that. And why are you doing what you're doing. I think helps a lot. But it's a total off. You like rain that myself every every month or every three months and sometimes you got to build the plan you flying enough elec- definitely been doing that a little bit so no real key to success but obviously having a possible on full of ladies that. That's a huge part of it. And i do feel were fortunate in space win because creative is something that you can quite easily get your foot in the door with whereas if you're running to your belly against hundreds of other people saying can run ads better than anyone else and that is that real power play with content. You just put a video and say hey. This is what we do and people get very quickly. Make a decision whether they're gonna speak further so that's been a really powerful pot just naturally being in credit saying so then doesn't know it. Spec work is Spec work is pretty much reaching out to company in creating something for them I just ran into someone..

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"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

AdLeaks

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"howitt" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Lakers this luke. I am here with john at. He is fresh from australia right now. You're in australia. Yes awesome. I know you have a lot of fans in our advocacy group and obviously a lot of fans who just fall you regardless And so i just wanted to kinda kinda get to know you a little better Have audience know kind of what you do who you are where you came from And i guess just how you can kind of help Anyone out there who's looking to grow from the start intermediate and then some advanced. You go out there. I know you've been able to build a pretty awesome content business over there. I was really impressed with what i saw And honestly on press right now with the camera you have in the my i was i was. I think i'll saying to you before us wedding. Negi come in and it literally arrived like yesterday so perfect tommy awesome. Yeah it's a never ending thing for creatives is it's can be a black hole is is getting the right gear But yes so so kind of Bird's eye view. Kinda tell us who you are and give it a little intro to the group so we can We can get to know you better. Thanks having me appreciate being on here and hate it to add lakes. I've been in this group probably a year and a half now so sochi up as much as i can so to pledge their jumping in hopefully share some some stuff as well so i've done a few things since my teens but was about sixteen seventeen. I got into instagram game. And i used to grow instagram accounts for for myself. Just for finding that turned into doing it for other people. And i guess being in that space it just led really naturally into the digital marketing into the creative so i had a camera after highschool analysis take photos making youtube videos and eventually went into sort of really freelancing with that and you sorta got to a point had some prequel experiences. I lived in bali for a couple of points five or six months title working digital marketers over there. Sort of like a gary they d rockstar running fuming for them and then just. I've just got to a point where i was like. I wanted to something. Bigger more than just made traveling in break-even and being broke crevice as most and installs an agency of school. And i did it. Probably for all the wrong reasons at the start and i was like older guys and want to outsource the work and i can sit here and in in travelling at michael the money and didn't quite work like that i did learn a hell of a lot about ads in and how to run those but also had a lot of rejections of probably had forty fifty sales calls over the course of the year and didn't close one of them out which is a bit of a bit of a hit to the guy but i guess i just knew like i just knew that was something i knew. That was a lot of potential. And so i just kept adan and eventually what happened is had a little bit of success there but i sort of took a step back and i was like. What do i really love doing. And that whole time. I was still freelancing. I was in creating videos on the sides that to feel My living costs and and just took a step back in and i code on anita unaided combined as Essentially when only on the creative four commerce brands direct Ecommerce brands and that happened a wanna say towards the.

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"howitt" Discussed on The Puddcast

The Puddcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"howitt" Discussed on The Puddcast

"I don't know if stock has changed. But they had some of the highest trust in their government so seventy percent Trust that their government was doing a good job and so we just saw that trickle down to people's behavior in the way they talked about government and social programs and yeah i was quite different kind of gave us pause for things could be different than what we were used to totally earlier. You'd said how how kind of absurd it is that we bowl like one perspective down right or that we consider that a person can be identified as like a single political party given how how complex and how many opinions that we have right like i for example generally think that small government. If we're just talking about size. I know that small government usually means practical things in people's minds. Turn that offer minute. I would generally say less. Bureaucracy is better than more bureaucracy. So let's say small government generally is going to be better than big government. I am in favor of things like freedom of speech. Freedom of religion I i want generally government that permits freedom within the society for people to go and live out the lives that they feel to live by the spirit but that but just to say. That means that i'm in favor of conservative. Small government and less restrictions on business while also saying that i'm in favor of open lows like decriminalizing drugs decriminalizing various other different things. So that a a wider society can function so even just to say the basic freedoms that i want people to have there's no one party that remotely represents those things no and you can interpret that differently just howitt's implementated right so like one party does tax more because they want to expand social programs but like social programs. Don't you do social programs very much like social programs. What about needing tax you more so that we could expand healthcare. You want all your fellow citizens to have access to healthcare yes. I am happy to pay higher taxes than non. If i know that my tax dollars are helping education helping Healthcare helping whatever that like serves my country and my fellow citizens. Yes that's the value i have. Wouldn't you want regulation in those areas as well. I would certainly want. I think. I do want regulation on on corporations because corporations essentially just are driven by greed. And so i. I do want certain protections against greed. Also i find myself really kind of in favor of public private partnership because i don't generally trust bureaucracy to do a job as well as private enterprise can do job so actually like i have this really strong distrust of corporations but also trust a corporation to do things more efficiently than the private sector and the public sector rather getting my term and so.

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"howitt" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"howitt" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"I had to give a small edge to hope their edges. They're out of the box. Edges are insane. Yes and and are able. Ach is sweet. Yes, they did a really good job so I. Don't know if you have a take on this, but real steel or steel to I confuse all the time. Me To? Whoever made the metamorphose. Okay, that's real steal more. Yes, I'm with you. Mill titanium or spring clip. Spring Clip everyday carbon fibre, or my Carta by car every day, finger toil or no chill finger. Form or function. Function okay now desert island knife, and that's one knife for the rest of your life. It doesn't have to be to survive on a desert. Island is just the last night you get. The have okay so. Would probably be. The became Sixteen K Barbie soon became sixteen. If I had to choose a folder, it would be the Spidey chef a spiny chef. Yes, that might does it all I mean. I, take it into the ocean I'd submerged in water is perfectly fine. I used it to cut up grapes for my babies I used it to. Make fire sticks for camping. I've used it to you know open packages all day long a during covert I have carried it more because I just wanted to slather everything in sanitizer. It is taken it. It is incredibly sharp, it's. Weird in all the ways that a designer would like a knife so I mean. It's just one of my favorite knives our. Peak Sixteen. Is that you if I only had one night? That's it. I mean it's just so fricking. Sixteen while I have to say that the Spidey Chef I've had one since they first came out, and it has aged so beautifully i. mean it is one of my smoothest knives own, and and just the way that surface of that titanium has snailed trailed and just. It's so sumptuous. Howitt's aged and I have an old leather fob on it, so it looks like something that's around. because. That's what matters I'm kind of a shallow got. Hey, anthony, how can people catch up with you everyday commentary? How can they find your work? so I write for.

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"howitt" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"howitt" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Welcome to another absurd the confident R._O._I.. Today we got a great guess. We're going to go into the the I._T.. Business specifically computer hardware industry HOWITT's evolving to keep up with the current demand. Our guest is Scott Shadley the vice.

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"howitt" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"howitt" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Republican Senator Lindsey Graham asked is occupied. Bergh about why the government should let Facebook regulate itself. And here's what Mark Zuckerberg said, we'll Senator my position is not that there should be no regulation. I think the internet is increasingly embrace regulation. I think the real question as the internet becomes more important people's lives is what is the right regulation. Not whether there should be as a company. Welcome regulation. I think if it's the right regulation than you think if it's the right regulation, but but professors, do you write in your book about how our conventional conceptions of privacy protections. It's an inadequate framework to deal with surveillance capitalism. So what is the new framework regulatory framework? We ought to be thinking about in in dealing with this. Well, believe me privacy is is critical and we have privacy law. We need more. The antitrust issues are critical. We have anti-trust laws and they need to be enforced, but neither of those specifically addresses this unprecedented. Logic of surveillance capitalism. So my argument has been that, you know, it's like you can't design a vaccine unless you have a deep an accurate understanding of the enemy disease. And that's that's the history of every successful vaccine is how do you actually understand the disease then the vaccine gets a lot easier? So in this situation, we need to understand how surveillance capitalism works, which is why I've spent you know, chunk of my life trying to figure it out and share it with people. Because for example, let's say we just broke up Facebook, but didn't drill down into the level of some of these foundational operations that I've been describing if we break up Facebook that means maybe we have four smaller surveillance capitalists instead of one big surveillance. And then we also disrupt the competitive landscape opening up opportunities for more surveillance capitalists to come in and compete for the behavioral data, and and and the revenues from the futures markets. So obviously that's not enough. We need to understand exactly how it works. How it unilaterally claims are experience. How it takes our experience. How it translates into data Howitt claims the right to translate our data into predictions. How it claims the right to sell those predictions to other people and not to us how it claims the right to do. All of this without our knowledge, and how it claims the right to maintain the conditions that allows it to have all these other rights. He so that's what Mark is saying. Oh, yeah. Regulation. Cool. Let's make sure it's the kind of regulation that lets us keep doing what we're doing. Thank you very much. So at every powerful CEO ever, right? But said every hour, we'll see you going back to the gilded age. Those guys used to say, we don't need law. We have the law of supply and demand a minute and a half to go. And I'm i'm. here. I mean, the language that us about these corporations east surveillance capitalist claiming rights for their own is very stunning that could be another our conversation for us. But but I must as a one last question professors, who of course, where do you draw the line personally in your own life? What technology apps do you use? Do you not use? I mean, how do you? Go about living in this world of surveillance capitalism. Well, I, you know, the we're in a situation now where basically every device is a supply chain interface for behavioral data, everything that's has the word smart in front of it. Or personalized is a supply chain interface for behavioral data. So I try to limit my exposure to those interfaces, I don't need them. I I've never been on Facebook. I have lots of friends and family people that I love I like to see him. I like to hog him like to touch them like to go visit them, I like them to come. Visit me I I have a phone, and and I have an iphone. I have no apps on my iphone. You know, what I lived a longtime without apps. I don't find any difficulty at all in living a bit longer without apps. You know, I understand why people need them people need them because we are harried. We are frustrated are stressed. We are. Pressured? Everybody's working nobody has time. So we turn to these apps for sucker and support. But indeed the price we pay as we've been discussing is just too darn high..

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