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"jean lee jean" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"That is just an important part of our story. The design of business the business of design is brought to you by mail chimp. We talked to some people working for a male chimp from their homes about what creative leadership looks like in these uncertain times. My name is Jean Lee Jean. Lee is senior vice president of customer experience design. Gene. Talked about why mail chimp has been able to adjust. So well, during the pandemic, we have a culture and a motto Call Bomb Listen Harb Change Fast, and it made it even more important during the time books Kobe. Or customers going through and so as a company some of the things that we've done is we actually have offered free standard counts or public service organization. For instance, we rally together and we get ten nine dollars worth of services for existing customers who we knew they needed the financial support. We even offer sort of pricing discounts for pricing relief for about a year organizations working on causes like social injustice and racism. We launched free customers for websites for five years, which is. Our ability to say hey. We, know what you're going through to get your business online in the start. Of free cousins domain from us, and we'll provide that three five years..
"jean lee jean" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"STICK UP! Kids sat in the back of the seventy eight Cadillac Coupe Deville dressed heads, tone, black black jeans, black leather jackets, black hats, all the bad guys in their own movie, their driver Larry Complete total, her his best attribute aside from his hunting was his lead foot. He pushed the caddy to ninety. As soon as he hit the on ramp on interstate, ninety five north of the city to Boston Self Jersey. It didn't matter wherever there was money to snatch. Speed was necessary. They were parties to rock shows to do sometimes three and a day with their reappearance more money. They'd take their fee off the top after the show as was customary for any performer, and as far from customary while they're on stage, Larry, the her. Their driver would rob unsuspecting promoters and attendees while they were distracted by the ongoing stage show. They'd get them coming and going. Ride, steel steel rhyme rhyme steel repeat put. The leather clad stick of kids on stage. It was a thrilling way of life except. It was a total fantasy. A fantasy of one of the stick up kids. Darryl, mcdaniels, who, in all reality was nothing like an actual stick up, kid. He was a freshman at Saint John's university, who as of just a couple of years prior cut his hard earned academic career short to take the stage name, DMC and team up with his high school friend Joseph Simmons to form the rap group run DMC. For DMC, the fantasy was a youthful daydream, but for jam master. Jay The fantasy was a little closer to home. Of. The three group members who all hailed from Hollis Queens New, York Jay's experience was the most street which isn't to say. That Jay was a gang member, but he was hard as nails, and not to be fucked with smart, but less academic and more school of hard knocks and his two other group members. When Jay was thirteen years old, he built himself a reputation of fearlessness. He'd flash what little money he had daring older neighbourhood real stick of kids to attempt. Tap this pockets just so he could beat them down, worked their asses and send them on their way. Sending a message to the rest of the block that has domain was his own like that. That's the way it is. In addition to being tough. Jay was smart. Despite the fighting in the street antics at the age of fourteen, Jay was in the smartest group in his class, and this is all the say. He was a natural leader, a natural leader who is obsessed with the burgeoning world of rap music, being spread by grandmaster, Flash, and the furious five and others. But being the leader that he was, J. wasn't content imitators heroes, naturally he did what was authentic to him, and ultimately the complete opposite of Flash Mellie, MELL BAMBA and others. Read, around the time of the Eighth Grade J. started to take his personal fashion seriously, he started shopping for clothes that representative style he could envision in his head, a style that matched the innovative beats, and the excitement of the music was fueling him. He bought a black floor hat with feather. He preferred jeans Lee Jeans. They fit better than leave is more easier to find. Along with the black jeans and black hat, he wear a different colored T. shirt matches color to the shoelaces in his white Shell Toe Adidas. So if you were a blue shirt, blue laces, red shirt red bases white shirt white laces. Etc.. The matching was crucial. He'd even matches underwear to one of the other colors. He was rocking, but Calvin Kleins aside. The magic of the laces have become a giant pain in the ASS. Realizing is Adidas every single morning before school was time consuming, so he decided to ditch the laces altogether. No shoelaces shelter adidas because no shoelaces matched everything and the style was born. Be Boy style. Jay's voice style out on the streets. Anyway wasn't as novel as it sounds. It was just more fully realized cultivated. What other people is usually rocked whenever block party or dance the attendant? J just took what was being worn on the streets in camped it up. A bit personified it. On the street, it looked normal. If not fully realize compared to most, but still aside from the no shoelaces pretty basic once Jay took his style to the stage with his group. Run DMC. The style became revolutionary. Up to this point earlier, Rabb Performers Jason His group, mates, heroes, the furious five, the funky four plus one Kurtis blow sugarhill gang. They all dressed like they're trying to get into the clubs that their music was rebelling against they dressed up aspirational like the discos and clubs were avoiding for their own block, parties and REC room champs, instead of addressing it away, that was relatable to their friends and fans from the hood and the audience they dressed in leather, feathers, elaborate headdresses and jewelry matching denim in some cases, even former where. It was more village than East. Village were white punk rock with their own tendencies to dress down. We're fast. Picking up on the hip hop sounds emanating from north central park, but as yet not fully adopting the culture. Instinctively Jay was onto something. And so was his band's manager Russell Simmons brother. Jay's bandmate Joseph Run Simmons when it came time to report the group. Just as Jay was going for something different with this be boy fashion Russell was going for something different with the group sound. Despite the incredible musical innovations brought to life by her and flash when it came to recorded rap music. The genre was still stuck in the dark ages. What was being released on record in the early eighties was vastly different than what was being played on the streets and in the clubs. sugarhill gang had the first bona fide mainstream rap hit with rapper's delight and Funky four plus one with set off a whole new style of rapping with their first single. That's the joint, but as legendary and influential as those songs and become as musical. Russell Simmons saw them for what they were limiting an unrepresentative. What true hip hop culture actually about and where it could actually go? Rapper's delight in essence was just sheiks, good times plus a funny story about eating shitty food at a friend's house. While that's the joint was just rap over rescued by a taste of honey. Those songs despite their lyrical melodic brilliance are each built on existing tracks by other artists samples of whole songs. instrumentalise extended cut to allow for new rap. Melodies None of that sounded like what was being played by rappers and DJ's at block parties in the parks and REC rooms. It was all to produce to elaborate. The sound on the street was stripped down simple and begged for something more representative of St something hard. Russell Simmons knew that hardness could be achieved with simplicity of production by stripping away the sonic elements instead of adding to the production. full-tracks forget the Nile Rodgers funk Qatar. The Booty Collins Thou- baselines. Forget about the since forget about the strings lose the bongos lose the Congress and get rid of those horns get rid of those flutes and completely eliminate any and everything that didn't contribute to the bigness of the beep. Strip it all away. Keep the program drums accent than with other drums, samples and effects were necessary to maximize impact. Give it all to jam master Jay to cut in sequence with the RHYMES, his brother run DMC would lay over it while all of them were clad uniquely in their own fully realized. Be Boy styling this. This was run DMC and this was the way the way toward a new sound with a new image to accompany new previously unimaginable success, any group of rap artists..
"jean lee jean" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Obsessed with the burgeoning world of rap music being spread by grandmaster flash and the furious five and others but being the leader that he was J. wasn't content imitators heroes. Naturally he did what was authentic to him and ultimately the complete opposite of Flash Mellie Mell Bamba and others read around the time of the eighth grade. J. started to take his personal fashion seriously. He started shopping for clothes that representative style. He could envision in his head a style that matched the innovative beats and the excitement of the music was fueling him. He bought a black floor hat with feather he preferred jeans Lee Jeans. They fit better than leave is more easier to find along with the black jeans and black hat. He wear a different colored. T. Shirt matches color to the shoelaces in his white. Shell Toe Adidas so if you were a blue shirt blue laces red shirt red bases white shirt white laces etc. The matching was crucial. He'd even matches underwear to one of the other colors. He was rocking. But Calvin Kleins aside the magic of the lasers have become a giant pain in the ass realizing is Adidas every single morning before school was time consuming so he decided to ditch the laces altogether. No shoelaces Schelto Adidas because no shoelaces matched everything and the style was born. Be Boy style. Jay's voice style out on the streets anyway wasn't as novel as it sounds. It was just more fully realized cultivated. What other people is usually rocked whenever block party or dance? The attendant j just took what was being worn on the streets in camped it up a bit personified it on the street. It looked normal if not fully realize compared to most but still aside from the no shoelaces pretty basic once. Jay took his style to the stage with his group run. Dmc The style became revolutionary up to this point earlier. Rabb performers Jason. His Group Mates. Heroes the furious. Five the funky four plus one Kurtis blow sugarhill gang. They all dressed like they're trying to get into the clubs that their music was rebelling against they dressed up. Aspirational like the discos and clubs. Were avoiding for their own block parties and REC room champs instead of dressing it away that was relatable to their friends and fans from the hood and the audience they dressed in leather feathers elaborate headdresses and jewelry matching denim and in some cases even former where it was more people than. East village were white punk rock with their own. Tendencies to dress down. We're fast picking up on the hip hop sounds emanating from north central park but as yet not fully adopting the culture.
"jean lee jean" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Not only from justice. Soon of my ex husband father. My child and I put a show on last year and then I realized it was earn soy wrote about Marvin you all will realize. They know tugging creepy. Let me tell you one degree of separation. One World Davey when love reading tonight. I'm reading I didn't do it but I had to. Oh Yes love that. I don't think I could do it. I'd been scared for too long. I felt sick to my stomach. My heart was beating fast. My adrenaline was surging and I felt endanger fainting. That could happen. I look for something to lean on pre them one two three four five breath out one. Two three four five repeat son came to me as if a fastest as through a vast echoing wide tunnel. Every sound was so loud. It hurt my teeth. Fluorescent lies painted the lives of shocking episode position of color that are not found in nature. My hands were shaking making it hard to find and put on the sunglasses. I have been wearing for day and night for months camp backwards in threes from one hundred ninety seven ninety four ninety one. Aba eighty-five my legs felt almost paralyzed like in the dreams. I have when I would try to run from danger but my legs would know bay. My terrified mind. I want like a Buddhist monk noticing every movement of my foot counting steps. One-stop one-stop one-step one-step. I knew logically that no one knew it was happening. That they couldn't tell I was an arboretum and I wish I could cope like them but I didn't have the energy to be jealous. I just hope they'd be there to be. I just hope they would be there to pick me up when I fell. I snap the rubber band around my wrist. I would bring me back to the present snap. Snap SNAP BREATHE. Breathe breath count. Count Count when I reach the cashier. I was afraid of letting go of the grocery cart that had been propping me up. I seem to be pulling off. I seemed to be faking it. Okay but I do better tomorrow. Tomorrow I get more than fifteen items. Some of it's so great to hear these again. That was so many people obviously have been through that right and it was soon panic. How long being afraid to moment? You're a telescope time and it's like you are fairly bombed that moment of doing like forever and all you've done research that sounds like you're about to meet all four. Beatles took me ask you just me phobia. That's you know but it was that. Yeah but I have to say can do a little sign David Bowie Shop Avenue and I was so an volved with what I was trying to buy. He reached over my shoulder and I looked around and it was David and he said one to three sound. Like a bunch of my son lives. Percents a bunch of tackling hands. Ya Not crying yes EH. There's there's love when there's talk here Jerry's GonNa read. I tell us about you though. Okay hi I'm Terry Moreland Henderson. I always use moreland middle name because it was my former maiden name and I love that name and I wanna drop the Henderson sometime when I published books at some point in my life I was born in southeastern Ohio in what is known as Appalachia coal country and. I didn't even realize that until I'd gone onto Oberlin. College on academic scholarships actually didn't even realize that then until about I know maybe twenty years ago when people first started talking about Appalachia as that part instead of that far south part. We didn't have a bathroom. Yeah we didn't have any of that stuff you know. And so I- out how I had kept all of that inside of me for so long because I've gone the route of the Groupie rude and being with Dallas Taylor and Dennis Wilson and my husband's a bass player. Tim Henderson all this different stuff. But I also taught high school English for many years and so it's been a crazy mixed up world but yeah so that's how long have you been come into class? Oh five years same as little bit after Linda. I think maybe a couple of months after you. Okay yeah so anyway. I can't remember the prompt exactly. I think it was something special. We had had like a very special item of hours from our past or something like that treasured item treasured item. Okay yeah so as I began to share my stories with everyone I felt light so huge weight lifted off me marches. I felt when I drown in the light beckon me and I felt weightless and free as I felt my voice in panelists classes to speak about the preservation of poverty. No running water. No he few close little food. What a strange way for a baby boomer to grow up more fitting really of someone born into the Great Depression. Not Someone of my golden age supposed excess. A few highlights about those days include the time. My mother fell down the basement steps. Where well carrying the Chamber Piss Pot to empty it of the previous nice use just one of her daily chores. The physical pain of falling in the humiliation of being covered in another excrement must've been difficult. I guess we were her kids though. So anyway she endured and triumphed. I also remember how fast she ran one. One of the mad pigs chased her up the tree in the front yard and I remember how she cried a few years before. She died from leukemia when she was eighty. Eight and I was forty five. She a large woman shrinking to forty eight pounds when she died at that age. While showing me the lean. Jean Lee Jeans. My brother had been wearing when he got killed. It by chance really that I even saw those genes since I'd not known that they even existed nor did anyone else know that she had those items of his secret at away. All those years she was giving me the few outfits she'd say from my childhood a plaid bathing suit with the little skirt from when I was seven a Red Corduroy Mickey Mouse Jackets Circa Nineteen fifty six and a pair of Blue Bell bottoms to cover a matching bathing suit from the late sixties. She kept all of those memories locked away in a trunk than in all my years of active snooping and there were many I had never seen. He had died some forty three years earlier two days after Christmas when he was home on leave from the Korean War with his brother and best friend who had also been a career driving the car that he was killed him. I watched her as she caressed. Fifty new Christmas genes that he'd been wearing when that forty nine plymouth skidded on ice. Tea hit an oncoming car and break his neck they were still new really except for a few puncture holes probably from the impact of the torn metal. They had no bloodstains like the rust colored white handkerchief. That must have been his pocket and that she kept in a glass box with an astros on top box that she kept next to her bed. She.