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"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"Two things are important. What is your quick fix. Us is not really leaned fixed but at least it is something which ups you making your part work without waiting for years and without delaying ever. It's probably the of the lino sore and smarter..

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"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"The positive things we really enable digital business by doing our identity management exercises beyond workforce not forgetting workforce. Well so martin. I'd like to bring it back a little bit to what we originally thought this conversation around the best way to run an im project or Best way to start an. I am project or program and you provide us with a graphic and i'm hoping we can get a hyperlink so that we can put it in the show notes. Everybody can go out and check out this graphic but my key takeaway from this was especially around if a block call successful delivery of the i am project and a lot of the things that are in that block are the same things that make almost any. It project successful. And so i. I guess my question to you is what is it about The i project that we'd be different than other projects accessible maybe survey covering you know what are some of those those key things that make project successful. now what are what are the differences. Yeah so i and you're right in in some way. What makes complex projects successful. One thing is planning budgeting stakeholder management. So what already touched. You need to have the money you need to have. Two people embark could project management stuff like that. You need to understand your requirements and you know what you currently have as requirement but you also need to understand your future trying to regulatory requirements. You need to have people's roses policies in place and this is maybe where where identity management portraits for a little from many other. Because i'm yes people and organization very clear but the bruce's power and policy parts maybe are even more than for many other projects You will definitely have a better running. It project when you take when you paper exercise of defining all pro successes that are related to that so not only you level move reliever but there are so many more. They're different types of lever prozingis garrison model management. How do you create a role audio change role. You'd to things like that. How do you onboard. An application argue changes about applications. If you exercise then it really makes a difference. And then lastly there's the two thousand implementation thing which is a subset. Roughly thinking about what is the right tool for my requirements.

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"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"As a service model and i think we've seen a lot of organizations that have expressed a desire to move away from on premise type solutions right and even if that on premise really means virtualization. They wanna go to something as a service. So that's kind of what i was thinking is. Maybe we can kind of talk about. What have you seen from your perspective when it comes to as a service model so as this model started catching a lot of momentum past five six years and then i was working at on stunned young as a partner so the actually decided to build the entire cycle security as a service model and the reason for building up as a service model was because it actually cuts down the time to deploy the solution. The time to value is one of the driver. End up traditional Gonna model will require you to buy the tool unit to buy the infrastructure deployed and the amount of time it takes for any large organization like good when cycle etcetera at to be able to deploy test and then roll it out. All of that can be cut short. Okay because you have the best solution available in this model but apart from that there are other reasons. I get no mention which are very prominent which are bribing this as responding. The first one is Very easy upgrade on maintenance so in identity and access management you might remember that Deploying opportu club the product is just starting off your germany very soon find the product to will come up with the next person and then upgrading from the orders into the new zealand is a full blown project. Not just changing the product but all the integrated application need to take through the center johnny and going to test all of that and this has been constructed in the industry. The sass model or as a service model actually takes this. Mitchell wrote up vendor as a vendor. We can upgrade and building the new new feature functionality without You know breaking the entire continuum of integrated application onto the system not just the worst operational costs but also some of those implementation fellow you can award and also that you know the team and the talent which is required to upgrade the system. All that is you know. Kind of you can get rid of. And then the second most important factor which is diving as model adoption. Is you know the operation from any real or you can call it as a driven by the pandemic the cloud forest or mobility kind of initiative..

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"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"That's probably a good idea. I think so i. I was able to actually switching topics real quick. Because this is going to hopefully get into a spot where i can go elsewhere as i finally got my first kovic shot so i'm very excited about that. I'm only a couple of days into it and everything's been fine so so good deal. Oh and you know my story. I went to get my shot and it just happened that it was right as they stopped giving the johnson johnston shot. And that's what they have lined up for me. So i guess turned away. Yeah well i mean i guess. An abundance of caution is probably good. But that's got to be disappointing. Yeah well i'm i'm out there scouring working to get my shot now so We'll see it'll all work out in the end. I'm sure i'm sure it will. So why don't we shift gears a little bit and maybe talk iden- access management. We're going to introduce our guests in a minute but before we get to that some kind of odds and ends that we've got out there. We still got. That's still taking place. June twenty-first twenty-third it's in denver. But it's also online. I know we talked about this. Originally maybe a few weeks ago. And i was like no way. I'm going on site. Well now that i'm actually have the vaccine and i'm scheduled already for my second right. Maybe i think. I think i've gone from zero percent chance to forty percent chance that i might try to attend in person. Has your thought process changed because another. You're kind of looking forward to it. I'll look forward to I gotta get at least gold status on delta airlines were. My life is meaningless. So i gotta us start traveling soon jeff soon so. The only reason you're going is for the for the mileage Status the status mainly the status. You status who cares about the stuff. I mean you have to admit is a As a former road where you have to admit that you know traveling without status few going airline to save a couple bucks and you get treated like not as good. It's not not as good. Yeah think some of the things where it's it's hard to at at the very beginning because you may not have a cumulus asked but once you've got the status. It's actually not so bad at least from my perspective. I like to travel. But it's certainly a lot easier when you're constantly getting upgraded and you've got things like club memberships and hotels status. They can kinda get late checkouts and early checkouts and then obviously that bleeds over into personal travel which is great too so i certainly miss that. I'm going to have a hard time achieving any type of status for next year based on this year so Hopefully hopefully the The travel status. God's will will be kind and extended but more imagine showing up at the airport and going to check a bag and they should. That'll be forty dollars sorely. It's like seventy or eighty now. I think at least always yeah. It's ridiculous that's that's why i'm a fan of the one beg travel so if i can get everything underneath underneath the seat in front of me even better so you are a fan of doodads. An evangelist of doodads and of one bag travel gossip. You got it right. Yeah i certainly have a bad collection. That is for sure but enough about that. Why don't we talk about identity management day real quick that took place on april thirteenth. Which was a tuesday and it be last week by the time folks are listening to this..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"At the end of the day when it comes down to. I'm no different than what i've done is is that i've learned a little quicker than you have but now you still have. That ability is not like anything on doing. You can't do you saying everything we do is all its hannibal so if someone shows attainable like the exam with me being on welfare. I had to fight with that even sharing that story. But why should i fight with a story at fucking allowed me to be a full time mother to my three children were match just a fulltime mother where i went to the occasional parent teacher when i was still going to parent teacher with with my daughter last. She has seventeen. I was like. When is this going to be over. Why am i still going to get that. Focus for seventeen year role but enable difference. You know what. I'm saying. When i talk and i have dinner with my twenty two year old about what. How's life A college graduate in living on your own. He talks to me about his relationship with his father. My soap His pairs in the way that they communicate or or can't communicate with their parents. I see the difference. I see the impact that it's allowed me to do so for something that was embarrassed about what shamed about because i've been on welfare for twenty years twenty eight years instead of being shame. Let me so motherfuckers what that looks like. Because let me tell you how my house is. Clean my house will be succesion. Biggest fought saying my kids. Go to school in riverdale. My son went to binghamton. My daughter's gone at temple. My oldest son lives down. South was with my union. Saying i got a good do right now. I smoke every day every day. I'm not debt. Thank god right now even with kovin. I'm not facing eviction like these blessings that i had to the grace of a little. Something called again social services public assistance. So now when i look at it. That's my taxes used that shit but not only do we pay taxes. I pay taxes at the business. Because i have to use kitty roles employer. Because i don't wanna do back to work. I want to collect the benefit. But i'm not trying to. You know go back to work in reports. Y'all motherfuckers every day. So i still do something. So lifestyle is my business in order for me to be a business. Yo you gotta pay taxes on quarterly. I pay my taxes. You know one operate as a business. Because how i saw you. Don't get to sit twisted. I told you i m. He was fourteen ninety. Nine you about this is a business. I live in capitalist country. Thought which is what i'm saying. I don't know who told janis with a democracy so in the country. I live in where it's about making money. I'm going to figure out how to make money and welfare allowed me to even do the trial and error in business so that i am now able to be self sufficient old but it took me a minute to get to that place if i could say that openly. Okay because i still had the stigma of at open that story the story on mr welfare with the story from claudine and they say you know i wanna divorce that man hooking hate mr welfare on saying oh one claudine was like my mama. I didn't know i was on well. I knew i was on welfare..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"I know what we're doing This this was. I went co first happened. I never even heard a stream yard until a few to not too long ago. So you know but i we were. We were recording off of the voice recorder on the computer for first couple episodes. But then i was able to I was teaching a pilot program. A virtual filmmaking program last winter and a part of the deal of my conversation was at the end of our project to also shoot my show over for me in studio space. So that's now reduction. I didn't have to do another. Zoom virtual show. I was able to go back into a studio and have the proper lighting and camera equipment and actually suit my whole show which has all the stories and then put that together. They did a great job. Editing because we shot on broadway. We were able to use individuals that we weren't able to us now in the virtual world so we had to do some other ways. Still keep the audience engaged. They weren't just looking at me for an hour so with the way at this guy. Did the editing interjected these other videos and other layers was just a very beautifully will. I'm very impressed. And i'm very happy with what was what was done and to be honest with you. You know you got you get what you pay for you know and also have to realize like no ways to maneuver how to get work done everything. Hey alad everything can't always be done. You know direct cash the hand so we have to also learn how to agreements in our contracts. If someone's not to pay us entirely in cash what we want will. What services can you provide that may equal the amount of money. You could have given me if you had you. Ever like the bartering systems. Kids what it is you know. And i'm village girl. I consider myself a grio. You know and i feel like i bring what we i feel like. I bring what we what words back to the resurface because part of the enslavement is the programming mentally. That is done on our people or done on people so everything is programming how we work with each other how we relate to each other how we do you know how we treat each other. It's all a reprogramming but if you don't know what it looks like if you don't know how to do it then how can you be effective in that reprogramming. If you don't have the tools if no one's giving them tools. I hate with everybody is telling you you know that you gotta you know i have the tools. Just pay me for ninety nine. What the fuck. If you've got the tools why you can't just fucking tell me if it's that the secret let me know so we could do it together. And then i'm gonna say i learned from you you advertise and you'd advertisement move because when you do it the other way what is shows is selfishness and you grow grow small. You don't go big go aware matters. We're here on this earth to be of service to each other because when we had service to each other the like. It's okay to be selfish when it comes to that because the rewards are so grand you don't even realize the blesses you get when just surrender and be kind a goods people you y'all you the doors in the blessings that open of you saw what type of regular everyday smuggled the blessings that come to you. You can't be so fucking stress and so angry. You know what..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"I was reflecting on my guy. Ray here i got you. That's what i clicked wrong one again. The second one here got it operated okay. Two of them there. That's why thank you guys so much. Yeah there we baby. I was reflecting on my life. I remember moments of feeling ashamed. I was doing breakfast. Things i am. You is a comedic satire. Monologue reflecting on the last twenty five years of my life. He told me he didn't wanna relationship hates me. He was not looking for a woman. Twenty eight years. I spent collecting public assistance. Come and join me on this ride. Share with you six stories of how ended up where i met at forty five. I'm here i going nowhere. I'm happy i'm only getting better. And i am you on you and janelle..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"You and had removed some people from my life that i wasn't aware had to be removed so i had to add them stories in i view but i am you Is yet if i sit down a minute trail that too long to share with our audience no not at all we can share. Make sure you click to share the the sound of sunshine. Why how out like that though. I do the same thing. I do it all the time myself. And he doesn't home and different. When i was off broadway i was on stage and had a a screen so we showed video so virtually was was definitely a little different. Enjoy guys jedi me. Got the wrong thing on. I do know playing in the background. That's what happens so went to the next one. Give me two seconds so So yeah tell these stories and y say comedic satire is because they are. They're not meant to be funny but they're funny in a way that's like. Oh shit believable. Yeah you're saying so you're gonna laugh at points where you you're wondering. Should i be laughing. They're funny euro said at and what they're all was the point of. Let's see let's see that's the five minute one. That's too long to the first one i sent you. Don't do this. yeah so so. But they're all stories with a with a with a point of letting you know that we the biggest thing that we do as a people. Is we hold our sharing so because we hold our shame of shit that we've done over the years. We tend not to deal with them because we we don't even want to acknowledge that we did them so in this climate right now where everybody is ready for a change. My question to people was will. How can we really be productive industries. where change when. We're still not dillon. With our own individual baggage. But the reason why we're not dealing with our own baggage because we don't want to talk about what that baggies looks like. So again as sacrificial lamb. I put myself out there with these stories that are relatable to people that even though that story might not have happened to you directly the feeling of that story i got you if we did something wrong i can. I can send the right back to you again. Ain't nothing but a chicken wayne here. Okay cool with that. That's one that's not the one but that's still a good one sunday. hold on. let me work real quick..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"Larry. King jimmy kimmel. What whoever you want to say. They all worked for what they got. And i'll tell you work. And when i work acceded difference. I can see the difference. When i'm lazy comparison so when i get on my grind i can see the results. Oh yeah me too because what happened this week. I put out my episodes from two weeks ago on spotify and iheartradio. I apologize my jonkers out there but things get busy. Get busy trying to do graphics. You get busy trying to book. These great people like miss kidney rose on this show where you get lost in the nine the five the family thing you get lost at all relaxation what you can get out but you stay over this holiday. I know for me. Kobe is starting to take all he now. You know we we coming into almost a year inside and i. I was one of those few people that really was inside. And and what's it like. My girlfriend and her son literally have been in like my best friend has kept in literally every day for a year. It's horrible but but i've gone out like five times or six times but for the most part know i've been inside and i think that because you have so much time on your hands you think that's the time now that you can be so creative with the the the mental strain that these walls are starting to put on me is not motivating me to edit. It's not motivating meets put out content. Unglue yom's and i'm not adding like boohoo. Life is sad. I'm sad in a sense of. I need people. I wanna be saying so i you know it's hard for me right now to be as free eight of as i would like to be or should be with this time because i'm just over having time now you know what i mean. I'm like i wanna be busy again. Watch series. I have a lot of time that i can Low new will need one at normal. We'll have have the stuff to fill. That serves if you need some stuff. I but i you tell us little bit about that so i am. You is a comedic satire monologue. I eight stories of the last twenty-five well. It was the last twenty five years of my life. But i added last year so so now is the last twenty six. Th that added a couple of stories of kobe. Kobe your last year man. I went to cleanse..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"And all the other episodes. We were trying to find our way and trying to find sponsors. Are speaking sponsors all right now. Sugar dot In order your liquor today but besides that you have to work in earned for everything sponsors. Don't come easy. The viewers don't come easy. The guy that i think we don't come easy. I think everyone learns their own approach but there has to be like the basic stepping stones like a foundation is the same no matter where you go unless like talent said you have cake. 'cause then you could just jump to the top and pay everybody. I'm by everything but why do it at that point. It's just and then army. What do you really learn. And then that way. Is i think when you lose it. You don't really understand how to to get it back. There's no real source of because you don't know where you even went wrong so it's like you know how successful really be like yes. We definitely know that there is. There is money in what they call it. Legacy in Trust fund babies. Yeah but but the work that they but the work your forefathers did in order for you to be that trust fund baby was not a cakewalk. With not the that you're allowed to make because you're that trust fund baby. They still had filed loan that foundation. And blueprint so you'll do what you want with it but how that money started and was able to get to the point that it even helps. You still came from that basic foundation of business one on one again though fitting that business model for that business industry exactly. You don't want any orion you don't learn foundation. It's about foundation the empires handed to them. They don't and that's what the testimony in chess you know. That's what the test has. Money is because when you come in you have a testimony is because you pass a test and you now a you know shooting share with everyone how you pass that test you. If you didn't have it to share you wouldn't have testimony. You want in our testimonies not only encouragement for us as a well job well done but his testimony so others can know was possible. Ulan say your testimony is so that the village knows what it looks like to love. How can you. How can you feel good about your compliments. If you didn't work hard for it how can you. How can you make somebody realize their dreams in what you're doing if you work hard for.

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"By twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen. I was already of all the networks. And then i had got picked up by streaming network while on channels now was international. Show and because i had been in my industry for twenty years i have. I've no people so it was nothing for me to have people on my show. like that. Part of the says was was was was was easy so when people was on my show big games on my show they will not so different than any other show. Because i wasn't the well. What do you have going on right now. But we'll tell me about it. I was on some like what the fuck how your family was putting all these hours at the job and you wasn't home what's good. You know what i'm saying like. No it's is all glamorous but how did that affect your wife was she good with all of those allies that she had sacrifice you in a studio or was your kids. Okay because you had to do x y z and we would kick it and that people pretty. She's not okay with all the hours you know. So from sofa matching sessions you know producing that. I wanted to produce more. And i ended up getting hired to produce a film so i did my first directing found that i started teaching other filmmakers how to make films on the cell phone and that's my real goal is is to get to the youth to get to the young people in teaching them. How to have a voice so i was high. It you know in harlem once again to work these different programs as a teacher as instructor and teach win social media teat self love and then now teach filmmaking so everything was like a progression to rate here. But i didn't know that at the time that this was the the role that god was putting me on to shopping my skills you know what i'm saying because people don't also realized that the patients that you need in business is not just the patience in waiting for things to happen but the patients in developing yourself because some of us you know we talk about. We want that to happen but we not ready if it was the happened yesterday today so we have to take the time that's needed and that doesn't happen over months that happens over years of developing of strengthening of sharpening of understanding of gaining market allowing that market. And to move for you it takes time. And that's why they say it's not for the does not for the week you know what i'm saying is not for the in where you gotta have a tough skin but you gotta know that this is a long game that job plan and if you long game day you stop right now and choose another hobby. These motherfucking easy. You come in you make the money you get fame issue guest sponsored. Everything is a cakewalk. Oh you gotta earn every step..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"When i moved he moved his didn't send my furniture. He ends up sit. I ended up coming back to new york. I got arrested. They call it detained. I got into a fight all fine and the police said this is a matter of. He say she say so. The only way you can really have proof of west going on videotape. So now i started sama fall and very own in the house and i was so sumida with that shit and people were like. Oh my god. I was going on and i started. This whole new of on was that. I had never heard of that. Was like washing. Chanted and family in virginia and north carolina was your came out of jail and they was like. Are you okay. It was it was it was ridiculous. I understand what it was so many parents that was reaching out going through so many similar things that kids so as embarrassed as it was that i was going through a fight with my son and my first one it resonant just yet many people because other people were going through crazy shit with their grown as kids and so to see someone read good kids go through some shit and i liked what it it it just it. It took on a whole another life. And then i was like. Oh what's this world and that's the you not like about the be on tv and nobody will believe me i was like i'm about. I'm a bitch who biz legs. If i can't do it. I'm going to do it. And if i say do it do it. And i started producing my own. Television now was like all right. What's what this legs looked like. I went to bronx net. I became a community produced at bronx. Net joe kinda show. Did you produce. So i did this. I produce this show on. Because let me tell you 'cause while when that when i got into a fight with my son also was falling in love right south fall in love with this beautiful man who work of man so he was who i was venting to. You know as. I'm going to sit with my my son and he happened to be a filmmaker so one day one of my little rounding rules. I'm down south chicken with him. We you know. Burn down on me. And he was the first positive light videotaped me because i'm sees it everything so we have in..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"Burn husband so outlets did was then a designer so when nine eleven came at this point i was working corporated. Making i thought was buk-ku money. And i had these new clothing lines by show home bit taken to the next level and i'm like yo my husband's a designer and i'm working crazy and nine eleven comes and we have no real money in the bank but yet the people i worked for a making millions for and these of colon lines that i worked for wearing even like clothing lines that you had even heard of love but yet in four months after nine eleven. I had brought a quarter million dollars in sales. And when that happened you know. I've just was like this. Something gotta give and because of guide you know. He intervened in a weird kind of way. Like that saying that you know you think you gotta plan a god got joked you guard laugh because he got jokes cause it's really his plan that you just kinda follow him because my boss at the time thought that i was trying to take her clients now. My boss was this. Your if secure boss is always think how you got fifteen twenty years in the game. These people are here because of looming. Cable nine your skills with the end. The soho because of me bloom adele in the show was because of you. So why are you intimidated or thinking. I'm gonna come in here in your place of business and still your clientele but it's okay because what end cavern personality shows and that's people yes but so so what that did was it lead hard to firing me. And then she. She didn't wanna give me unemployment. So as soon have unemployment and i won my unemployment's sue and with the money i want from unemployment. I opened up my store in harlem so opened the door on harlem went into business with my husband has been at the time husband at the time has been now and we just came into harlem and we came back couple. We became that couple in harlem as retailers. And eventually i ended up ending the marriage in china still figure out how i can crew identity now separate from this marriage union that i had created that we have established in in a certain area of new york and i started just adapting to what everybody else was doing in business when it came to videography and documenting and because you know like you know in every small business initially you have to do all these different things but you can't afford to do it so you have to learn how to do his lines march. Shoot your own commercials. Learn how to edit your own stuff you have to learn how to figure out how to pay for your own marketing. So went that happening. I'm now doing it in other businesses or asking me now to help them. I say look at china so a inside that was inside. Look at.

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"My sentiments. Exactly what the food. This is innocent content. You man a fish. Don't be sorry. Bu so what don't be you me and me a dirty mouth and you said you said you are me so share then who and then he fought right but my thing. Is this the same people that gave us the proper lingo language to use as in the is and or is the same people that gave us mug pucca shea That was some bullshit. So what the phone who does hold determined that those words were worse than another bunch of words that we use on a daily basis. I think everything is know moderation or you know everything aim for everybody. And i'm not also here to be liked by. Everyone and i think people have to realize that about themselves once you love yourself a you know your purpose you know yes i would. I don't want enemies. Don't want people not to like me but also ask is that everybody's not going to like me because i'm not for everyone so for those on four. That could take the shit motherfucker. That's some bullshit we good. That's like she got a potty mouth than kidnapping. Waffen as i for you. Because if you want your ears on the way out if you pay more attention to enact the problem sometimes we pay more attention to the delivery than what's being fucking deliver so have a problem with what i'm saying to you. Don't have a problem with how i'm studying it should you. Because my way i'm receiving something is away. I'm receiving something so in order to get out of this world where we're judging each other. Maybe we should just come to a comment graham weekend. See where we're coming from and then you could be like. Oh you know what. Kitty rose you write all we could be like kitty wells. You sound crazy and the way is still your opinion. Your feelings your business. Not mine perogatives. Bobby bobby brown said it. Best if my karadzic. So what did you have your hand in before i am you because you said you didn't a little little entrepreneurial ship before then i started as a retailer. I had a store. Kitty didn't we all on your own store. I so other people shit. I worked the may..

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"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Talking Junk

"I was trying to share. So i'm doing well. Yes satellite excited to be on your platform. Tonight we're excited to have you. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself. Well hello to the talking. John audience. I am minister cat. Otherwise known as kitty grows. And i m you. I am a personality of minister out the streets who I say i don't preach perfection at increase the mercy and grace of god and how. It's impacting my life. And i so people do my life. My testimony of how i believe one can live a happy meaningful successful. Live serban creator and like you know. It's it's a slight death sentence serving guy in actually meaningful and can bring you pleasure benefits all that shit that you'd think it can't that does a you needed to see someone that looks like you bring to the table. So that's kind of man who as an artist as a minister as a human. You know just been you know touched with a little different kind of spirit. You know to to move in this path because we all have our app. This is the one that i've found that mine. So how did you find that path I was stubborn. Hold on. I'm trying to post this. Our heads way for you to post it mild people could come over here to Had it wins or how did on. I've been self employed. Since i left corporate in three and i've been self employed since about six but in being self employed as still as an independent contractor. I guess you can say was working with others through other projects other names. You know kind of using other people as picky backed off of their name their project in working in doing what i was doing whatever it was whether it was a luncheon whether it was a you know any fant whether there was a sale that i was having at my store i just always like divvy events but attached my name to someone else and over the years no matter what i was attaching myself to you know i realized in note in twenty nineteen..

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Federal judge says Texas mask law includes polling places

Mark Levin

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge says Texas mask law includes polling places

"Federal judges roll Texas Statewide mask mandate must extend to inside polling places US District A Jason Pohl, IAM said not requiring face coverings in Texas polling places created discriminatory burden on black and Latino voters who are higher risk of death and severe illnesses from covert

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"iams" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"iams" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"That's just a small thing. I'd say i don't want get too too heavy on. You is first day. And i'm show you all got a lot of things that you You want to get accomplished in on means so just give you a little thing to kind of work on the meditate on an. Hey if you didn't symbol right away because probably maybe you distracted. If you didn't see peace day these was going on You know if you didn't if you didn't see that symbol when the ruffea mouth touched or when you meditate on what my highest symbol is again do it again and do it. Periodically in nazi. That's the that's the value speaking divine language. You know if you noticed when you speak english piece faucet which has no so contact. You always hear me say that this certain sounds. I did it that you're always going to be saying you always constricting spirit with english. How do we know because we're always saying now. What does sound of the snake. That's that's that's desta seraphic people angle get into a history lesson later. But that's the cervitti. When people get the originally with wood they were biting with snakes. You gotta learn to stories but since when you speaking english just notice. I'm gonna speak as speaking just notice. How many times i goes notice how many times i go when iams speaking english service who see that anxious a very tricky language i'm constantly bringing the sort down to stick. Oh you don't have to touch the roof of your mouth to make us in fact you can't expect l. Doesn't allow it. Why because the sixes the serpent and that serpent is at the bottom. So when i'm saying i'm bringing my energy downs. English i mean it. Just play with it like play with it. You just talk and you'll see you see you'll see you're constantly constants constantly going system. I'm sure for people pizza queer. You know..

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Protecting your digital privacy during a protest

The 3:59

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Protecting your digital privacy during a protest

"So we've all seen the footage of protesters clashing with police, but beyond the fiscal confrontation police another law enforcement officials are using a lot techniques to monitor and identify protesters. Give me a rundown on what they're doing yet. So police have had tools for a very long time, and they used things like IAMs eye catchers, a more simple name for that would be sting rays which are tools that serve as fake cell phone power. So when you're when you're texting somebody when you're calling somebody, it would connect to them rather than. Than, connecting to whatever service provider that you have, and they would be able to use that to intercept all your calls, and all your text message that you're sending they also have been using tools like Gio fence warrants where they can send requests to police to tech companies, or they can send requests to sell service providers and say we want. Data on all the mobile phones that were in this specific area. Can you please provide that kind of information and Google and companies like t mobile at and t horizon? They have complied with these requests because they're legally obligated to. Other tools include facial recognition that they use to identify people in protests. There was another tool used during protests in Baltimore where they used. A company called Geo Fida with social media surveillance to basically help identify protesters. That were demonstrating again. Police brutality, so you? You actually wrote about Gio. Fence warrants yesterday, and it's an interesting thing. I don't think people really understand. How specific or how narrow is that geographic target that they can get? Can you get them to square block, too? Like a ten square feet patch of land like how specific talking about so these you fence warrants to threat is more about the fact that. They don't have to be specific at all more so versus how specific it can get so a case in Virginia that I had found, they narrowed it down to within the range of like just a bank or the block that a bank was on because they were trying to figure out who was behind this bank robbery, and they didn't have a name they didn't have. Any details about what the person looks like or anything like that, but they. They knew that happened at this bank at this time, so they send us warned request to Google that says we're looking for data on all the phones that was in this area during this hour, but the problem is. Is that with these warrants? You can have it, you know the. The size of entire neighborhood these are this is essentially a dragnet surveillance kind of thing. Where imagined the non tech? Like version of this right? It would basically be cops knocking on every single door, being able to go in and search every single home and say and and seeing you know hey, where you at this bank at this time that kind of thing. That happened in colonial times. I was called a general warrant. And that's part of the reason why we have the fourth amendment now say you need probable cause, and you need a specific reason to search someplace, and that was understood for a very long time with search warrants GIO fence warrants. It seems like you know because the law hasn't really caught up with technology. They're able to just do these widespread searches and gathered data on on. An entire range of people there are so many cases where you know innocent people have had their data swept up by these searches just because they've just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Well, and it's not very difficult for police obtained warrants right? It's not difficult at all from what we've seen in other cases so out of Minnesota. The Minnesota public radio did an investigation on this where judges will sign off on this within with like just looking at it for like five ten minutes, or so the another issue with that being that it's hard for to visualize something when you just get the latitude and longitude so these war requests. They don't show they don't show like. Oh, we're looking for something in this area. They'll say something like we're looking for data on devices between the coordinates of negative, one, hundred and ten. Latitude and positive one hundred five launched your. I don't know where that is. That could be in the middle of the ocean for all I know, but. That's the point like you. When you hear something like that, you don't know how large that whole area is. And you kind of just an judges have just signed off on warrants like that well, and you also mentioned in your store today. The DA is now authorized mantra protesters. What are the implications with that? So th Buzzfeed News? Take a memo. I'm from the Justice Department basically signing off or the DA to do covert surveillance, which basically means they're allowed. They have a blank check to basically secretly spy on George Floyd protesters. Now the argument from the Justice Department has been. You know were doing this kind of surveillance to look for riders and members of Antigua and things like that, you know the people that are causing damage during these peaceful protests. Outside of police, and the consequences of the being do blanket surveillance means that you now have the full force of the federal government. Able to do secret surveillance, and that includes things like. Catchers. But not just at the scene of a of what are these? Protests are because they have planes that can fly around and just gathered data on thousands of people. All at once, and you think about the surveillance tools at the NSA

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Canvas & Hyde: Making Handbags in Brooklyn

American Fashion Podcast

08:44 min | 2 years ago

Canvas & Hyde: Making Handbags in Brooklyn

"Hi Lisa Hi CIA. So you are. You are making handbags in Brooklyn and Italy Iam. You're making handbags in Brooklyn. This is cool. You're doing leather handbags in Brooklyn that's unusual Can you tell us a little bit about how you got to do that? A. K. Well I am when I started this business. I was looking for manufacturer and finding a great skilled craftsmen who can make beautiful bags is like women finding a fabulous hair colorist. It's impossible but once you find one you hold onto them and in fact we've become great friends and I my offices in his factory so I'm really hands on with everything that we make. I'm there on the spot. I'm able to watch an oversee everything from the edge painting to cutting the skins and positioning the dyes onto the letter. And it's I'm I'm very lucky to found someone who's been making bags for thirty years. And how did you get into making bags? Was this a thing for you so about four years ago I started the business and you know I came to live in America in two thousand and eight and I never understood why when you think of luxury handbags. You don't really think of American made you think of Italian and French and maybe Spanish but I could. This is such a great country. You guys do everything. Why couldn't we might beautifully finished incredibly luxury handbags here? Incredible actually So I said about trying to do it and I get it now after spending several years exploring I get the skills. And the craftsmanship left. I mean people didn't do it when people started mass producing in China and offshore. That skill set kind of dissolved in a little. Bit of a way. Here you're didn't get passed on to the next generation so there's a generation that doesn't have that knowledge and the people who do or aging out of the workforce some getting passed on some some is making it through which is kind of a sign of hope but it certainly it. There will never be a time where New York. City's largest industry is the garment business again. This is not a thing because cities won't specialize in that way. No one's going to specialize in the. It's well I don't. I don't know that sad. I think it's kind of human progress. We don't need that many people making clothing to make clothing. Do you feel like they're hiring. New People often like who's some manufacturer has people work for him and he. He does poss- on his tricks. Tricks of the trade and then he keeps his people close by. I think there's a little bit of a resurgence. I think there is a a movement back to making beautiful things and this disposable fashion. I think people a lot of people don't want that I certainly don't want that And I think there I'm not alone. I think there are a lot of people like me. Who WanNa make beautiful things whether it's garments or Couture or bespoke shoes or leather handbags. So I think. Maybe A resurgence here. So you came here in two thousand eight which is a very memorable year or one we would like to forget so how in your background was more interior fire call right and public relations. So how did you see the market here? I know you were just describing. You know so many bags made in Europe. But how did you see the market that made you see an opportunity and maybe also just talk about what? Nishi you see your bags filling kind of described them a little bit too because they're very like cool luxury. Okay it's that that's a that's a kind of three pronged question in a way. Two thousand eight was a terrible year for the whole world. I guess But Obama came into office and I was very happy to see that that New York was just a fabulous place to come to. Everyone was so happy and excited But I think that The financial crisis really stifled the sales of of a lot of luxury brands and retailers struggled. I mean retail has continued to struggle. It's been super challenging. Since then retailers are trying to find their way with online sales and flagship stores. I didn't actually think about making handbags in two thousand eight at all. That wasn't my path. I didn't incorporate this business until the end of two thousand fifteen so my journey was to see that. I couldn't find you know. There are lots of small emerging brands. But I wanted something that was really timeless incredibly elegant and something that would really lost and was not seasonal at all. Not something that would be recognized as A particular bag from a particular season So that's a lot of seasons or are you carrying bags that kind of stay on your collection season in season out. Yeah absolutely I mean I am introducing. I'm just bringing in November. The cross body bag. That's my best selling bag with linen on the front. So that will be full and summa black gas will be for full and the Beige will be more of a summer line because I still all over America. It's so different like an in Florida. They're buying ten bags all year and in Colorado or places like that. It's much more the the heavier colors so I try to do. Timeless works everywhere so color tends to be tied to the weather. Climate or is it the temperament the climate probably in I sell the lightest bags and in New York? Lack is still live there. Sela if you're in Miami when it's warm you're like can't even wear black. You feel exact really strange so especially in your bag or shoes. Yeah all the time. What else did you kind of? Learn from across the country like so. What was your path into building your business. Wow it's just being it's it's kind of been the most incredible journey. The Path to building has been like making mistakes and taking three steps forward and two steps back. I didn't have any experience in manufacturing at all and I guess if someone said to me now like would you do it all over again. I'd be a little more trepidation but I went in completely blind and thinking. How Cod can it be? Well let me tell you. It's pretty hard but I've learned that just through making mistakes. Luckily not drastic mistakes but just and finding good people other people listening to what other people have to say sitting down with people who've been in the industry a lot longer than I have seen and and what are you learning from customers like. How has that helped you? Because you're in a number of specialty stores. So that's that's very different feedback right than what you might carried through. So how has that helped? So I love listening to what my customers have to say And you know in the beginning I wanted to be everything to everyone and I realized that's a huge mistake. You cannot make everyone happy with one bag. One of the one of the things that has been really interesting is that I come from Australia. And I'm fairly tall. I'm five eight. I'm not incredibly toll but trying to make a cross body that fits a woman who's five to a woman who's six two has been quite challenging so I needed adjustability on the straps for example without making various size of thought of that. 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