7 Burst results for "Intergraphy"

"intergraphy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

What The Flip Podcast

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

"I am as well. But i i think i think that's gonna that's gonna be there will want you to give me what you want to write for yours because i i don't know what to really. Why as a founder of this will need to kind of riot what you want me to look at the moment now way to go into the next next page at a wishes. Blog basically is is basically like a news feed bites. It's different to what we have in all social media platforms like twitter and instagram. And things like that. This is more generally related to the poco specifically so he's not like force or opinions or anything like that. That's kind of what we do. On social media this is more related to announcements and updates for about the actual. What the flip podcast itself. What we're doing Things like that that gets update with all the time. So it's kind of like a news feed there if you go to the reviews section. You have Just awesome reviews from people that have been writing us. So we've got some nice reviews there again we've got. This website is kind of for every people to go to if they want things. What the flip. So we've got our actual Social media stuff integrated into our website. So you can see things like our youtube channel. We go videos here to do. Go animate content here that you can kind of click into And again as as we're doing this you can see. I've done a new branding of the thing every every time. We have a mall stone on the poor. Cost kind of led to refresh the brandon. And the kind of cosmetics. So you can see. There's a kind of a new a new flavor to it You've got twitter feed instagram. Feed as well and the intergraphy takes a while to load for some reason by is there And then right. The end equal contact. This is what. I really wanted listeners. To to understand it too. So we've got a submission form am here. I'm your name and email and you can always submit to us things like opponents environments our. Let's rights as well as topics of suggestions. You want to kind of ask us. And things like that and context now all contact if you wanna manually contact us through email is contacts at what the focus dot com. So we're we're getting a bit more professional guys We're not having you know. Alex sixty nine at hormel.

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"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Piece is only only outgrow VACC-. Let's go free you know. They're coming to cops come and grow. I don't like that could follow shit baby carriage. I told you is Heidi through John. Malet rates everywhere. The Shit is looking to Charlene Zola. And we hear you were getting chased to Paris. How we use nightjar over the Atlantic the ocean? He's not as well. I got my butt. MOLDING MOLDS DOT COM from also. I guess you you'd have to go into incognito mode on chrome because you don't want to search mode adds as popular intergraphy graphene. Also what's up you know saying like you just like laying clay you lay face down on the table and they put some plaster on your balls is portion on you. That's wild bill's e that's the vulnerability levels troy vaginal 's and there's going to be like Mac and place we like. I never got the organisms with a shipping issue. Maybe come back in redoing. Don't like something.

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"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Piece is only only outgrow VACC-. Let's go free you know. They're coming to cops come and grow. I don't like that could follow shit baby carriage. I told you is Heidi through John. Malet rates everywhere. The Shit is looking to Charlene Zola. And we hear you were getting chased to Paris. How we use nightjar over the Atlantic the ocean? He's not as well. I got my butt. MOLDING MOLDS DOT COM from also. I guess you you'd have to go into incognito mode on chrome because you don't want to search mode adds as popular intergraphy graphene. Also what's up you know saying like you just like laying clay you lay face down on the table and they put some plaster on your balls is portion on you. That's wild bill's e that's the vulnerability levels troy vaginal 's and there's going to be like Mac and place we like. I never got the organisms with a shipping issue. Maybe come back in redoing. Don't like something.

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"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Piece is only only outgrow VACC-. Let's go free you know. They're coming to cops come and grow. I don't like that could follow shit baby carriage. I told you is Heidi through John. Malet rates everywhere. The Shit is looking to Charlene Zola. And we hear you were getting chased to Paris. How we use nightjar over the Atlantic the ocean? He's not as well. I got my butt. MOLDING MOLDS DOT COM from also. I guess you you'd have to go into incognito mode on chrome because you don't want to search mode adds as popular intergraphy graphene. Also what's up you know saying like you just like laying clay you lay face down on the table and they put some plaster on your balls is portion on you. That's wild bill's e that's the vulnerability levels troy vaginal 's and there's going to be like Mac and place we like. I never got the organisms with a shipping issue. Maybe come back in redoing. Don't like something.

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"intergraphy" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"I was looking for it a second ago. But there was a great like YouTube or video short that. I watched the other day about the process of typesetting for newspapers before the presses were digital when they had to literally make lead versions of each column in the newspaper every day. And then the melted down at the end of the night and do another one the next day. Oh my God. And like just the sheer mechanics. Of that kind of typesetting work, and the fact that these poor guys are handling like lead antimony. Like three different level. Yeah. Oy. Is is fascinating to millions of copies of newspapers a day. Yeah. The the other. The other one another good place to start on fun stuff. Probably I know every year, but Medica is a good place to start. If you're interested in that kind of stuff and want to learn more, the one thing, I'll tell you. If you learn about carting, it will literally haunt you. Because you will see problems with it everywhere. It will make you very angry. No, no it, and it's like Chekhov's gun, but for the real really see it. And I think it's a lovely way to see the world in one of the things about graphic design, and it still holds for digital is in order to lay out a page. Let's just say you're laying out a single page in order. So that it communicates. What you wanted to communicate you go through these layers? Right. You you have the information and you slam it down. And then you've got any information includes words, and pictures, and then there's this point at which you you have to have to kind of see if it works at a distance and like you have to interface with it as a physical body. And you know, I always start my designs with literal pencil sketches in terms of the weights of the proportions of the page and. Just that exercise made me a far better modern model maker when I started doing model making because again of that balance. And I remember my father who was a painter worked really hard to see different aspects of the of of how the formal elements of his paintings worked together. So he would not only look at them from a distance he'd walked to the other side of his studio. He'd also turn them upside down. Oh, he'd also walked to the other side of the studio and look at a painting in a mirror to get like double the throw and ended just again to see if these elements are balancing each other. We let our lens in which most of them. You know, media's consumed today smartphones cameras like that's why whenever we do model making or sculpting. Brought when we did stuff with Frankie's every so often take us up back. Take a photo with your phone. Yep. Because that's how most people will see exactly. In terms of documentaries the abstract documentary series that Netflix did a couple years ago. Scott data just wonderful this episode on polisher who did graph resigned, her New York, and that one's a awesome episode of your Intergraphy design. She did designed for public house, the re branding from cows in New York. And so that one either. Before we continue on with the conversation, while it's you know, that this week's episode of still entitled is also made possible by triple bite applying to programming jobs sucks. You have to put the right keywords in your resume. And you spend hours and hours on phone screens and take home projects. And that's assuming the company even responds to your application..

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"intergraphy" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Now and i actually had different kind of questions in my mind i thought that i'm going to walk on kind of these essential eised ways of thinking about jewishness and how the jewish all life is open to people who are outside coming from the outside but what everybody cared about is bureaucracy bureaucracy bureaucracy and i understood that i need to enter into other arenas in which the state formulates and acting reallife this national project so i became observant a participant in the ritual bath and in a rabbinical court i observed under its of cases in there a rabbinical court i said you know far away in the far side of call near i just observed i could not participate in closet julia was much more participants because it was an unfolding they now meet throughout the year they're not notice that you're the old one out so did not affect the dynamic in the is the politics dilara everybody about who i am you know now we're first go to the field informing their people that they are potentially foments right so i presented myself and the relationship with them as their own relationship were very complicated they trusted me because i knew something about the court thing that they actually did not know because they knew i'm also conducting field walk in their opinion coat so they knew of they can ask me many questions they knew i'm in a way much more committed to them then to derail base there will only three advice they knew about my political stance they knew i'm not one of them and teach us new and i interviewed most of them later on it was all very clear but you know in intergraphy quoque the relationship than cells become source of knowledge they need to not disturb the kind of information gathering export of if they treat me as a secular ju and they envy me for not needing to present any kind of other persona i learned much from it and these villages lie onus me also as a jew but as a national ju they you know think of me as a basically jewish person so i also learn much from him arts voters the macau revelatory the author of the new book kerr when the state winks the performance of a jewish conversions in israel the just came out in english by colombian of us to press thank you very much for.

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"intergraphy" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"intergraphy" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"You should have went up something like that like so it's crazy like this this marciano thing is not even a pimple you know we haven't even scratches on the surface it looks like a little white dapa beloved spell of poesn't bacteria that was a good analogy that was but like you know what i could believe it new totally and i just love their like similar to hollywood fashion thinks they're like a bubvik this doesn't apply to them you know yet but let us terry richardson still works totally what did he do everything except like he works with everyone and from there so many allegations against him but by like smalltime people and he works with all the big time so you know to interesting is that terry richardson the really made keyed up to member that video of her doing that dan they're dougie yeah that was on their photoshoot yeah i'm sure he'll stories i just sit down on a oneonone with kate upton like you've never seen her before i feel like she's just a wealth of knowledge i totally agree i knowledge both you have a wealth of knowledge could be a well so she smart is what i was trying to say and like she's lived she had a that'll shit have you seen that interview with sharon stone where like some stupid interviewers i have you experience any sexual harassment and she starts laughing she was like i join this industry forty years ago looking the way that i do i have seen it all that's keita keyed up to it as a modernday sharon stern totally either insurance are about like lie lied about getting robbed or something and that's why my book him was lying i don't know but what was that that you you were just listening to did growing get i was just on in surrounded barschel intergraphy got the now what what we call of the groggy gets when he got over in the super bowl heat on his house was completely robbed so far so god the is so funny because like knew what he did the right they they were like 911 what's your agency in the first he said he's like it's not an emergency because what i do everything else already happened but like i'm rub gun calcium mizzou rule and like my house is wrong.

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