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"katie weaver" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

02:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"Job one summer. So i my dream has come true or maybe i. I can't wait for the next two thousand waves or maybe pizzeria all got minute. You know what. They won't tell you this i will. Santa fe has better pizza new york city. I'm gonna you're gonna get both of us cancelled. I comment about anything on the internet except it just never ends well so i have nothing to say about your pizza. Commentary come to santa fe. Try them pizza. Man i loved. She gave so many juicy like details about the celebrity interviews that she does. Because i'm always never want to ask. Because i feel like it's rude to ask but i love it when the friends who interview celebrities like volunteer stuff. This is also the secret of why we love to do phone a friends. Which is you get to ask your friends the kinds of questions. That might seem weird of of someone who you're just casually friends with but in a semi professional setting you can be like wait. No tell me actually how you do that. True story katie. Weaver is amazing. Follow her on twitter. Her tweets are actually very good. And i am as someone who hates twitter. That's the highest praise. I can give her. Tweets are very good. Her articles are very good. Follow her on all platforms and knock yourself out. We will also include a list of her very best Things that she's written if you've not read. Her big feature on glitter. You are playing yourself should do that. And all of the celebrity profiles are worth it. See you on the internet and in katie weavers archive. You in santa fe. One day you can find us many places on the internet. Call your girlfriend dot com apple. Podcasts spotify stitcher were on all your favorite platforms subscribe rate review. You know the drone you can call us back. You can leave a voicemail at seven one four six eight one two nine four three seven one four six at one g f. You can email us call why. Rg f- at g. l. dot com. Our theme song is by robin original music composed by caroline. Penny packer ranks. Our logos by caniggia's need we're on instagram and twitter at our producer is jordan valley. And this podcast is produced by gina..

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"katie weaver" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You know it'll happen soon enough and no one was really monitoring and mumble but the more I can't kind of revisiting the two accounts throughout last year and every time I looked like while they still haven't passed while I still have to pass that and at the beginning of this year I finally decided to try to delve into the numbers a little bit more J. make any sense that Harry and Meghan are still not as popular on Instagram is lining Kate and I think it doesn't really make sense there are a lot of things that could be happening all right so what is your investigation found out what are some of the internet loves conspiracy theory so what are some of the theories that are floating out there well one of the theories and I've spoken to several experts about those and it's quite a few of them were in agreement that there could be some bot activity six follow activity that is kind of getting William and Kate's account to sort of keep our numbers about Harry and Meghan the tricky thing about that is that it's very easy to buy fake followers it's not that expensive anyone can do it from anywhere for any account really all you need is a computer the inclination to do so that's one thing that could be happening there's also granted a chance it could just be an optional but will and Kate somehow became her animal popular in a way they never had been before writing Terry making made their call on another okay that we just don't talk about how Instagram works you know the way the algorithm instead of searching for things there are a lot of unexpected but the numbers themselves just didn't quite make sense to me so our investigation is sort of taking a hard look at those numbers and thank hi so if these are bots and they are somehow being directed by Buckingham Palace to follow Harry and Kate I should have to be William and Kate why would Buckingham Palace want to do this what I have to admit that we have absolutely no evidence says that Buckingham Palace has the right to be bothering if they even exist in a box they truly could have come from anywhere but you know those theories maybe it's a better looks for Williams he more followers than he is Ron and Harry fine it could be part of their wives maybe people who really love to hate are really don't like Meghan one hits account to be first in Megan McKenna and we just really don't know I think the numbers don't make sense but as the big motivation kind of anyone yeah all right well we thank you for taking a few minutes to talk to us that is New York times correspondent Katie weaver a CBS news time eight twenty five let's get a look at your money now from Bloomberg technology companies have spent a fortune on artificial intelligence now they want to profit.

"katie weaver" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Been to the gym or if you enjoy partaking of cannabis it's also a wonderful snack. And it it satiate just those cravings for sweet and salty that may arise. So this is really three recommendations. Yeah, it's it's it's a mega recommendation with an indirect implicit recommendation. That's incredible. How often do you think recovery snacks? And. Cannabis snacks overlap. I think that depends on the person some people do like train using canvas. I personally do not church and state for me. Sometimes I need to recover from my cannabis use and and refresh your electrolytes with with the granola bar shock full potassium magnesium. So that was that was the food thing that I I keep wanting to actually tell everyone about so why not just do it on a pocket? The other. The other thing is the last season of catastrophe started last or hit Amazon prime last week. And if you have enjoyed the series, which is Shannon Horgan, and rob Delaney. Shannon, Horrigan created pulling the great UK show. She she's done a bunch of stuff. She's kind of comedy writing legend, rob Delaney. Who was one of Twitter's first comedy stars? They created this show about a couple that has kind of a one night stand that turns into her getting pregnant in them getting married. So we're now in the four season the last season, and is just always been so wonderful and realistic and acerbic and ridiculous. And it's just great. And it's on Amazon, Amazon prime and stadia. Coming to a stadium area. Stadiums eating forever. What's your recommendation, my recommendation is for people who have maybe spent a little too much time staring into their screen, maybe playing future many games, maybe like not getting outside or eating and rooms with windows and your fingers are a little grubby with Cheeto dust, a sponge on your controller for those of you who would may be benefit from a little fresh air and the great outdoors. I recommend not actually going outside. But instead picking up the latest issue of the New York Times magazine, which is their voyages issue. And it is very good. Whether or not you like the New York Times magazine, I think this issue has something for everyone. I personally really enjoyed. There's a profile of Rick steves who is like just such a character. It's a fantastic reviled him, and there's a beautiful heart wrenching storing there about a week long trip to Alaska that takes turn. It's just lots of wonderful writing and stories that will inspire you to maybe get out and away from your screen. You read can you weavers pizza traveling across country by train. I have not. But I am the biggest Katie Weaver fan. Yeah. Really good. That's that's the past Sunday near tenth magazine. So like last weekend's or is it this coming week? Do you just hit the internet on Thursday? So that would be this new. But you can also read it online. Perfect Lord with your recommendation, my recommendation is my own content. Really? Yeah. Well, I'll be honest. It's just been a little bit of a hellish week in terms of deadlines. And so at night at home, I have not. I'm sub tweeting bosses right now. I'm also losing my voice in case. You can't tell I. Fun. I honestly like I'm not saying this to complain has been one of those weeks, come home. And I haven't like consumed or done anything interesting at all these whole foods. Fast. Lacks. I like I'm going to catch up up at some point and do something fun and interesting again. So the only thing I have to recommend is that I wrote a review of an ipad, mini, and regardless of how you feel about the ipad mini because I myself am not someone who loves ipads. It is hard not to love this little tablet, if just merely for its existence, and it's it's a it's a little tablet, and and I would be honoured if you all read my review, and you also wrote one hundred and forty six other stories this week. So when they're done with many, they can get to the researcher. Yeah. Go read my stuff make me feel validated. Thank you, Mike. What's yours? Well, I'm also recommending a piece of media. This isn't what I wrote. It's one that Jia Tolentino wrote already for you. Yes. Fully fully for me the day. This let me just back up a minute. If you live in a large city North America. You.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Democrats seem to finish last. I think the Republicans are more successful at the hardball tactics. Currently because I think they are willing to bend these sort of norms and these ideals in order to achieve victor's right now more so than the. Democrats is it time for Democrats to fight dirty. I'm Amy Walter. And that's the question next time on the takeaway, weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM. You're listening to all of it from WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. What is glitter one answer legendarily, bad miraculous movie? But that's not we're talking about the answer New York Times writer, Katie review was Riva was looking for when she went into the search for the origins of the tiny, shiny stuff. Her investigation revealed as many questions as answers and also real dark side of glitter. Aka can you say it for me aluminum Miguel advised? I have never said the lean. Leif? That's what is it. Daly Weaver from the New York Times joined us, I Katie. Hi. So what inspired you to go down the glitter rabbit hole? Well, I would say I am a very tacky person. So I like glitter, and I've I would say it became really aware of it a couple years ago because I have a friend who banned it from her apartment, and I had never met anyone who hated good or as much as she did. And she made me realize that it is in so many things because she's like that card can't come to my apartment that now polish can't come to my apartment because once it gets in really never gets out. And then a little before thanksgiving of two thousand eighteen just happened to be watching a YouTube video of recycling like industrial recycling. And then I said, you know, what I would rather see glitter being made. And once I clicked into that. I said I have no idea how good her is made. So I asked my editor at the times if I could figure that out and she just said, Yep. Wow. As you can see I showed you my phone case. Yes. Beautiful. And it's quite stunning glittery sparkly. Is there a an origin? Is there? What what's the origin of the word glitter? Oh, gosh. I knew this at one point during my research. I can't remember off the top of my head now. But I do know that glitter as you know, the kind of art arts and craft product that we're talking about is very recent it, didn't it doesn't seem to have really existed before the nineteen forties and before that people would use the word glitter, but they were referring to an intangible light effect. And I was really surprised by that. Because I assumed that glitter had been around for centuries, but it seems to have been developed actually just around World War Two. And before then my theory is that we didn't have the technology to cut anything so small that we even needed a distinct word to describe these teeny teeny tiny sparkley particles. We could just describe them using words that existed, and you make a case in in your piece that. We are wired to like glitter that we as human beings like glittery thing. Why? Well, I I think it's because my my theory that I kind of came up with independently and then I was able to. Luckily, find some scientific articles to back this up is that it has to do with our natural attraction to water freshwater because I was just wondering, you know, once glitter was invented it really went everywhere. So there has to be something in it that is appealing to people on a very mass scale. So it has to be something kind of intrinsic in us. And I just thought, you know, what looks like glitter in nature water is really the only thing I can think of and there have been a few studies that have examined this and one of them involved studying babies as they licked plates to see are they more likely to lick plates that are shiny years at different colors and babies love looking shiny plates. It turns out so maybe that's I what is glitter made of the stuff that we think about now today. So most of it has made of plastic not all of it. But a lot of it is made of PET. And then it's they call it metalized. So they through a process, I barely understand kind of apply aluminum to it. And at that point. I think it's also technically Mylar like the inside of a potato chip bag or those space blankets that they put around marathoners at the end of a race. And then they can treat it in other ways that can color it. They can etch tiny patterns into it that make it holographic. And then they just cut it down tiny tiny tiny. But it is essentially mostly plastic. And who were they in this conversation in my story. They are glitter X, which is a company based in New Jersey. I was shocked to find out that most of the glitter that appears in at least the name brand products that we encounter in the US comes from the US. It seems to be mostly made a New Jersey not all of it. But the vast majority, and then if you're maybe buying, you know, Christmas. Decorations that the dollar store that is not necessarily from New Jersey that might be coming from overseas. But glitter x has been making glitter for decades. I spoke to a father and son there a Bob machete and his son g who've now, you know, make the glitter every time to make the glitter. And they very sweetly tried to explain to a very nonscientific person. The intense like chemical engineering process that is required to make glitter. I would say I walked away with maybe like thirty percent understanding of how it's made. But I could not believe how complicated. It wasn't even before. I went they said, you will not people have no idea how hard it is actually make glitter. How much is involved we're talking to Katie Weaver from the New York Times about her piece. What is glitter? It was fascinating earpiece that the people who are in the glitter biz are quite secretive. They are not willing to give up the glitter secrets tell me a little bit about trying to actually report this story. And some of the obstacles you've faced. I thought I was going to Email one of these companies say, hey, I'm from the New York Times, and I'd like to write about glitter and they were going to say oh, welcome enroll at the red carpet. I got somebody knows or we don't make glitter in the US. I couldn't believe how secretive it was. And actually the. The people who I ended up speaking to initially also told me, no. And I just kept kind of begging them and really trying to explain where I was coming from. And I said, you know, I'm not trying to give away trade secrets or anything. And they finally consented to let me come down to the factory and just talk to them. And see if maybe they would even tell me enough to write a story because they didn't send you know. We know it will tell you. We don't know if you're going to think you have enough after we tell you what we can. So I went down to the factory. They showed me all that. They basically showed me everything that they could show to a client all of the samples, and they kind of explained the process, but they would not let me actually see it being made. And they said that a big reason for the secrecy is that their clients insist on it because they make glitter for some of the biggest companies in the world. And apparently makes sense. These people don't want their competitors to know exactly what kind of glitter they're using their products because they could in theory just make identical products of. So it was us. It's intellectual property ratio. In a way, you finally got until you at least one company and that apparently took you a long time. So who is the company that you were able to say uses glitter Xs glitter, and how do they use it Revlon how they use it? I do not know my guess would be it's probably in their nail polish, but a glitter can appear in many different forms of makeup. A lot of makeup also uses mica which. Is a naturally sparkley particle. But I can say definitively that Revlon uses go direct splitter. Someway, somehow, and it was really funny exchange as you were just desperately trying to get this woman to explain to tell you who some of the clients. Tell us a little bit. How glitter is colored? It's really interesting. Oh, okay. So what I found? The most interesting was how they can put different kinds of rainbow effects on it. And I was shocked one of the difference between holographic and iridescent and holographic involves actually etching a pattern onto the plastic film, which becomes to change how the light bounces back off it. So it kind of creates a rainbow effect, but iridescence involves layering different. I don't even have the word to describe it layering something in very very, very thin thin thin layers that changed and they all have different refracted indexes. So it changes how it falls on the visual spectrum or something you could tell us I'm talking about. And I have researched this so carefully spent hours doing this is still barely understand it. That's why it is made by literal like chemical engineering scientists. But yeah, it's just I I have no idea how glitter is made. Basically after doing this story. You both understand it and don't understand under the same time. So what are some other products that glitters in besides that, we you know, we think of glitter? Comes out of confetti, canon or New Year's Eve glitter. Oh, if you just look around I was actually thinking today where have I already seen it today? I saw it on a decorative sticker for my cell phone. I saw it and nail polish. It's in greeting cards. It's on wrapping paper, I recently to my boyfriend's horror bought a pair of pants online that were like glitter pants. I said, oh, this'll be pretty cold glitter everywhere. And I only I took them out of the bag and immediately put them back in it's already everywhere in our permanent. I didn't even wear them. Were you able to find any solution to why glitter does that? Yes. Okay. And actually relates into a tip for cleaning it up so apparently it clings because of static electricity and so good way to clean it up in combat that is to use dryer sheets. So I spent last weekend frantically dryer sheet saying. I couldn't believe how well it worked. So if you ever have a glitter still get dryer sheets. You'll be shocked at how efficiently picks it up. We're talking to New York Times writer, Katie Weaver about her piece. What is glitter art? We're going to talk about the dark side of the shiny stuff, glitter everywhere. It stays everywhere, which means it's in the environment. And it is in the water. What are some of the concerns about glitter environmentally? This was actually an interesting thing to research because I had seen a bunch of stories about glitter being bad for the environment. And the more I researched I've found that what we know is that glitter definitely is everywhere at the actual effects of it are not super well-known micro-plastics, which glitter falls into that category is still a fairly new field. So scientists are still trying to figure out you know, what does it mean that we have all this glitter in our oceans how much even there, and it's also not just letter. It's any teeny tiny plastic that breaks down. I spoke to a scientist for the story. And she told me. That the bigger problem with glitter is actually that it is made from plastic all plastics are bad because they are made from fossil fuels. And I think the fray she is says we're using very finite resource to make things that are completely disposable. And it's true. You don't you don't make that it'll stand for a thousand years, but turns out it will Stanford thousand years, even after you think you've gotten rid of it. Whether you want it to or not are there any greener alternatives? I know that there are some companies that make biodegradable glitter. I think they tend to be smaller scale mica is a like I said a naturally occurring kind of sparkly. Resource. But that also has a lot of problems in terms of how it's mind a lot of it comes from India and its mind to legally by children, you know. So that's not great. All right. Tell me a little bit about something that just blew your mind in this piece and something that didn't make it into the piece that you really wanted to. Okay. Well, I definitely have something that didn't make it into the case. Everything about the story. As you cut glitter down and make it smaller and smaller it actually gets less sparkley, less glittery. Oh, so there's like a glitter sweet spot. So basically, yes. So they explained to me how it happens, and we had to cut it from the peace because there was no super concise way for me to accurately describe what was happening. But it's essentially if you can think of the film before it's cut or as it's cut as a cube has something to do with..

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"katie weaver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Democrats seem to finish last. I think the Republicans are more successful with the hardball tactics. Currently because I think they are willing to bend the sort of norms and these ideals in order to achieve victor's right now more so than the. Democrats is it time for Democrats to fight dirty. I'm Amy Walter. And that's the question next time on the takeaway, weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM. You're listening to all of it from WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. What is glitter one answer the legendarily bad? Mariah Carey movie. But that's not we're talking about the answer New York Times writer, Katie review was looking for when she went into the search for the origins of the tiny shiny stuff investigation revealed as many questions as answers and also real dark side of glitter. Aka, can you say it for me, aluminum metallic? I have never said the lean. That's what is it. We were from the New York Times joined us. Hi, katie. Hi. So what inspired you to go down the glitter rabbit hole? Well, I would say I am a very tacky person. So I like glitter, and I've I would say it became really aware of it a couple of years ago because I have a friend who banned it from her apartment, and I had never met anyone who hated good or as much as she did. And she made me realize that it is in so many things because she's like that card can't come in my apartment that now polish can't cut in my apartment because once it gets in really never gets out. And then a little before thanksgiving of two thousand eighteen just happened to be watching a YouTube video of for cycling like industrial recycling. And then I said, you know, what I would rather see glitter being made. And once I clicked into that. I said I have no idea how good her is made. So I asked my editor at the times if I could figure that out and she just said, Yep. Wow. As you can see I showed you my phone case. Yes. Beautiful. And it's quite stunning glittery sparkly. Is there an origin? Is there? What what's the origin of the word glitter? Oh, gosh. I news at one point during my research of I can't remember off the top of my head now. But I do know that glitter as you know, the kind of art arts and craft product that we're talking about is very recent. It didn't doesn't seem to have really existed before the nineteen forties and before that people would use the word glitter, but they were referring to an intangible light effect. And I was really surprised by that. Because I assumed that glitter had been around for centuries, but it seems to have been developed actually just around World War Two. And before then I theory is that we didn't have the technology to cut anything so small that we even needed a distinct word to describe these teeny teeny tiny sparkley particles. We could just describe them using words that existed, and you make a case in in your piece. Piece that we are wired to like glitter that we as human beings like glittery things why. Well, I I think it's because my my theory that I of came up with independently and then I was able to. Luckily, find some scientific articles to back this up is that it has to do with our natural attraction to water freshwater because I was just wondering, you know, once glitter was invented it really went everywhere. So there has to be something in it that is appealing to people on a very mass scale. So it has to be something kind of intrinsic in us. And what looks like glitter in nature water is really the only thing I could think of and there have been a few studies that have examined this and one of them involved studying babies as they licked plates to see are they more likely to let plates that are shiny years at different colors and babies love looking shiny plates at turns out, so maybe I'll tell you what is glitter made of the stuff that we think about now today. So most of it is made of plastic not all of it. But a lot of it is made of PET. And then it's they call it metalized. So they threw a process barely understand kind of apply aluminum to it. And at that point. I think it's also technically Mylar like the inside of a potato chip bag. Those space blankets that they put around marathoners at the end of a race. And then they can treat it in other ways, they can color it. They can etch tiny patterns into it that make it holographic. And then they just cut it down tiny tiny tiny. But it is essentially mostly plastic. And who are they in this conversation in my story? They are glitter X, which is a company based in New Jersey. I was shocked to find out that most of the glitter that appears in at least, you know, the name brand products that we encounter in the US comes from the US. It seems to be mostly made a New Jersey not all of it. But the vast majority and then if you're maybe buying know Christmas. Decorations that the dollar store that is not necessarily from New Jersey that might be coming from overseas. But glitter x has been making glitter for decades. I spoke to a father and son there a Barbara shedding and his son g who now make glitter every time to make the glitter. And they very sweetly tried to explain to a very nonscientific person. The intense like chemical engineering process that is required to make glitter. I would say I walked away with maybe like thirty percent understanding of how it's made. But I could not believe how complicated. It wasn't even before. I went they said, you will not people have no idea how hard it is actually make glitter. How much is involved we're talking to Katie Weaver from the New York Times about her piece. What is glitter? It was fascinating earpiece that the people who are in the glitter biz are quite secretive. They are not willing to give up the glitter secrets tell me a little bit about trying to actually report this story. And some of the obstacles you face. I thought I was going to Email one of these companies say, hey, I'm from the New York Times right about glitter, and they were going to say oh, welcome enroll at the red carpet. I got somebody knows or we don't make littering in the US. I couldn't believe how secretive it was. And actually the. The people who I ended up speaking to glitter X initially also told me, no. And I just kept begging them and really trying to explain where it was coming from. And I said, you know, I I'm not trying to give away trade secrets or anything. And they finally consented to let me come down to the factory and just talk to them. And see if maybe they would even tell me enough to write a story because they didn't they send you know. We know we'll tell you. We don't know if you're going to think you have enough after we tell you what we can. So I went down to the factory. They showed me all they basically showed me everything that they could show to a client all of samples, and they kind of explained the process, but they would not let me actually see it being made. And they said that a big reason for the secrecy is that their clients insist on it because they make clear for some of the biggest companies in the world. And apparently, it makes sense. These people don't want their competitors. To know exactly what kind of glitter they're using their products because they could in theory just make identical products of. So it was us. It's intellectual property ratio. In a way, you finally got until you at least one company and that apparently took you a long time. So who is the company that you were able to say uses glitter Xs glitter, and how do they use it Revlon how they use it? I do not know my guess would be it's probably in their nail polish, but in glitter can appear in many different forms of makeup. A lot of makeup also uses mica, which is a naturally sparkley particle, but I can say definitively that Revlon uses glitter excavator, someway, somehow, and it was really a funny exchange as you were just desperately trying to get this woman explained tell you who some of the clients are. Tell us a little bit. How glitter is colored? It's really interesting. Okay. So what I found? The most interesting was how they can put different kinds of rainbow effects on it shocked one of the difference between holographic and iridescent and holographic involves actually etching a pattern onto the plastic film, which becomes clear to change. How the light bounces back off it. So it kind of creates a rainbow effect, but iridescence involves layering different. I don't even have the word to describe it layering something in very very, very thin thin thin layers that changed and they all have different refracting indexes. So it changes how it falls on the visual spectrum or something you could tell us I'm talking about. And I have researched this so carefully spent hours doing this is still barely understand it. That's why it is made by literal like chemical engineering scientists. But yeah, it's just I I have no idea. How glitter is made. Basically after doing this story you both understand it and don't under the same time. So what are some other products that glitters in beside that we, you know, we think of glitter comes out of confetti canon or New Year's Eve where world is glitter. Oh, if you just look around I was actually thinking today where have I already seen it today? I saw it on a decorative sticker for my cell phone. I thought and nail polish it's in greeting cards. It's on wrapping paper, I recently to my boyfriend's horror bought a pair of pants online that like glitter pants. I said, oh, this'll be pretty cold glitter everywhere. And I only I took them out of the bag and immediately put them back in it's already everywhere in our apartment. I didn't even wear them. Were you able to find any solution to why glitter does that? Yes. Okay. And it actually relates into a tip for cleaning it up so apparently it clings because of static electricity and so good way to clean it up and combat that is to use dryer sheets. So I spent last weekend. Frantically dryer sheet saying. I believe how well it worked. So if you ever have glitter spill get dryer sheets. You'll be shocked at how efficiently picks it up. We're talking to New York Times writer, Katie Weaver about her piece. What is glitter art? We're going to talk about the dark side of the shiny stuff. Glitters everywhere. It stays everywhere, which means it's in the environment. And it is in the water. What are some of the concerns about glitter environmentally? This was actually an interesting thing to research because I had seen a bunch of stories about being bad environment. And the more I researched I found that what we know is that quitter definitely is everywhere at the actual effects of it are not super well-known micro-plastics, which glitter falls into that category is still a fairly new field. So scientists are still trying to figure out you know, what does it mean that we have all this glitter in our oceans how much is even there. And it's also not just letter. It's any teeny tiny plastic that breaks down. I spoke to a scientist for the story. And she told me that the bigger problem with. Glitter is actually that is made from plastic all plastics are bad because they are made from fossil fuels. And I think the fray she is says we're using very finite resource to make things that are completely disposable. And it's true. You don't make glitter sabbatical stand for a thousand years, but turns out it will Stanford thousand years, even after you think you've gotten rid of it. Whether you want it to or not are there any greener alternatives? I know that there are some companies that make biodegradable glitter. I think they tend to be smaller scale mica is a like I said a naturally occurring kind of sparkly. Resource. But that also has a lot of problems in terms of how it's mind a lot of it comes from India, and it's mind illegally by children. You know? So that's not great. Tell me a little bit about something that just blew your mind in this piece or so and something that didn't make it into the piece that you really wanted to. Okay. Well, I definitely that didn't make the peace everything about the story. As you cut glitter down and make it smaller and smaller it actually gets less sparkley, less glittery. Oh, so there's like a glitter sweet spot. So basically, yes. So they explained to me how it happens, and we had to cut it from the peace because there was no super concise way for me. Accurately, describe what was happening. But it's essentially if you can think of the film before it's cut or as it's cut as a cube has something to do with..

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"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

"This has nothing to do with her, actually wanting to men. Thanks with Meghan. Hey, by some tabloid to do this like sting operation, I'm sure she had some sort of like hidden camera affixed to her, like sensible buttoned-down, and she was like ready to go in there. Guns blazing. No way she was just going to go in and have like a civil meeting. The sometimes I feel like she's all about the show of the whole thing. And that may be she has even have anything to say, you know what I mean? Exactly. Like you're saying she doesn't care about talking to magazines. I feel like when she actually got in like it would just be kind of the thought, even the point, right? If anything meetings, Meghan, that would just give her more stories to towel in these. How are they going to deal with her own surprised, will them it gets ominous. The mirror says, I guess she's kind of claimed through her rap in herself on her account on Twitter, that pals officials received a letter saying her behavior would escalate if they did not arrange a meeting with the duchess says, she's like threatening villain style to like, go even crazier if they don't let her meet with Megan now and like she going to do anything at this Eugene's wedding on Friday rate is she gonna parachute down into the wedding itself? I mean, what else? Maybe she'll try to show up outside because it's at Windsor Castle in as Katie Weaver told us, isn't it kind of up as some sort of fortunately, it's like a fort. Can they stop her from being one of those people that's on on the ground? Sort of like how Katie was like watching everything? Right. I know it does. Meghan have some sort of restraining order. I feel like it's getting to a point where they need. To do something like that. Or I mean, this is not normal like she is showing up and buying a maggot mask. I know where has there been any mention of tomor colours, he kind of in hiding. I feel like usually they work in concert. So I feel like we know we know Tom is going to be coming up soon. Tom's probably secretly there. I just, I don't know. I don't know. It makes me feel very uneasy as ever, but I'm and I'm very nervous about how things are going to escalate. I hope for everyone's sake. She's probably gonna wear her mask as a disguise that you can sneak in somewhere. It's really terrifying. I feel bad for Megan. She shouldn't be subjected to this. I mean, thankfully, Megan's leaving Australia soon. So I feel like at least they're getting away from London for sixteen days or something. I just hope that no one's gonna pay some math onto essentially follower Westralia. She goes to stralia. That's when you know it's time for legal action. I think right someone needs to. I wonder why the palace hasn't like spoken to the Daily Mail or. Any of these publications or us that are giving her press in just said, listen, will give you a different kind of scoop with Meghan. If you stop talking to her.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Channel 33

"It's tough, it's this is wish you character, but really bad situation moving right along TMZ confirmed yesterday. Yeah, Justin Bieber Haley. Baldwin actually married? Yes. They had a court wedding in New York when they go. Their marriage license, no pre-nup and they apparently to EMC followed up today saying that though there legally married, they don't consider themselves officially married because they haven't cemented their vows of the man upstairs. Yes. So they don't consider it real until they have a church wedding, which it's not clear when that will be happening subsites early next year according to TMZ, either upstate New York or on -tario Canada. Also a lot of just like Bieber out out in the world busking at Buckingham. Palace to go, yes, this happened. I was in London. I didn't see gusts Princess and then the fact that you were there, it was a Royal the Democrats while you were gone. We talked about this a bit with Katie Weaver while you were gone. And she said she wouldn't believe in it until TMZ reported it, which I felt good about because you would have said the same thing. Totally. Yeah, eighty. And then here we are. So they're definitely married after a few months, but apparently they're waiting to Mary in front of God in Ontario or upstate New York. Can I just say, don't they need to knock? It varied in upstate New York that's played out. And I say that as someone who got married in upstate your car and weddings are over, I mean, they were over before I did it, but and we had a nice time, but come on them? No. Why do they have any connection to upstate New York does Haley. Baldwin? No. Hep. Okay. That's great. Definitely not. They probably met one person who who is like recommended a wedding venue and were they were like, yeah, cool. I mean, they both seem extremely impressionable, so it's true. I mean, that's how they're like how they got legally married fashion week in New York. I feel like with Bieber, he's lost the battle for on -tario like that's just Drake territory and constantly looking for new land to conquer as his own. He isn't wanted in Beverly Hills. I don't think he's wanted in probably New Jersey where he has a home or any or or upstate New York. So they've gone to Europe. They're still in layer like, yes, they're back in New York. Now they were. London for a while?.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Channel 33

"Hello and welcome to jam session. I'm Amanda Dobbins. It's just the am today. Juliet is on a much deserve occasion, but she text me last night that she sat next to Princess Anne, like actual Princess Anne royalty at Hamilton in London. So Julian is doing great. She's having the time of her life. She will be back soon to tell us about that Royal citing. And in the meantime, I'm joined today by a very special guest Katie Weaver of the New York Times Katie. Hello? Hello. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be on the show. I realize I didn't ask you how you would like to be introduced in terms of biography before now. So would you like to give your own biography? I'm putting you on the spot here. I noticed that you didn't. I was wondering if you had selling prepared. Related to. Bliss. Do you want me to do that? Would Would you you. like to? I'm curious, I would say maybe not even giving my, but just how you would describe me based on our previous interaction. I'd love to hear any profile Katie works. The New York Times where she writes both through the newspaper and for the New York Times magazine, she recently published a profile of Maya Rudolph which we're gonna talk about. And before she worked to the New York Times, she worked at g. q. magazine where she wrote cover stories about. Notable figures such as Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, the rock who am I forgetting gated gal Gadot that was one of my favorites. Did a inside Tiffany, haddish and Cardi b. that's right. So essentially Katie is one of our eminent celebrity profiles and some celebrity journalists, which is why she is here to Dan GM's ashen we're going to talk about my off. We're gonna talk about how Katie does her job because it's endlessly interesting to me. We're gonna talk about Justin Bieber and Haley Baldwin newly married Katie has observed them in person, so, and we're also going to do. We're going to talk about the fact that Katie Weaver went to the Royal wedding. So it's really it's all of our interests. Katie. You are very much instinct with the gym session brand. Yes. I feel very at home. Oh, good. So let's start with Maya. If you haven't read it came out last week. Just a really delightful profile of Meyer Rudolph on the occasion of her new Amazon show forever bit keys. It seems like you spent a good amount of time with her Katie. My right. I had three sessions with her and they were all about two hours. And one thing that's a little bit funny is our first session was at a restaurant. Thanks proximity. MIR maya's house. I didn't see her out so don't know exactly where it is, but when I'm in a, we usually try to see Amanda and her husband. Yes. And as I left the first session with my at this restaurant, I got an Email from your husband suggesting that same restaurant for dinner the next day. So just went right, Benny ice and God bless Katie. Everyone who went back because I really wanted to..

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"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

"But i thought was very funny during the ceremony was the you know there was a prayer not i don't think what by michael curry just saying you know that we're praying god to like you know shower them with blessings and data and i was like his done he did enough like honestly stop there fine they've had more than elections where i forgot to me she really i mean it's it's insane watching the lifetime movie the academy award winning presumably film that i should say though it shouldn't everything pulitzer whatever but i felt it is almost feel like it's hard to even state like how crazy her trajectory has been like from what she was doing just two years ago to now the other thing that i was saying to you josh is that in england people think she was so famous before she started dating harry people are shocked to discover that she was not named and like i would say like no in the us we know her basically for dating harry and they're not from suits not from suits suits is globally so much more popular than people realize it's like one of the i think since it came out it's been one of the top ten most pirated shows like internationally which puts it in league with like game of thrones owns that is a dark detail it's unbelievable how much more famous she is no thing people are acting as if it was jennifer aniston on friends or something when i see some of the british press right up about her famed television actress meghan markle no i guess it's like a retroactive thing to that now she's so famous that it's hard to remember there was a time she wasn't that level or something i remember it like it was yesterday because it was yesterday it just then i guess i'm curious i mean we all of us actually if you meghan was sitting here like right now in this other feet and she said i'll answer one katie weaver question like you're gonna ask me one question and she'll answer totally honestly she'll you know she's not going to do like some sort of manufactured hollywood style of asia and like she'll actually just give you the straight up might take what would you ask her what was the conversation that you have with harry about the nazi costume wow i got chills thing that.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on In The Limelight

"Hello and welcome to in the limelight vani entertainment and pop culture podcast i'm josh do boffin first senior writer and i'm here with julie miller vanity fair senior hollywood writer the limelight we analyze the announcer pop culture entertainment and celebrity from the past week from the kardashians to kate middleton and everything in between so this week's episode we have a very special guest katie weaver from the new york times is here she was in london for the wedding and julian i had an amazing fun long exciting discussion with her about kind of what it was like being there on the ground during the wedding she kind of shared a lot of the details but what it was like in terms of being in the crowd and what who they responded to what they're most excited about some expected takeaways behind about the markel family drama and i was interested to hear what sort of the reaction to that was in london right she also found four amazing meghan videos from i guess early in her career that we're going to kind of dissect and go over josh going to send out the link where you can watch each of them but that was a lot of fun a very special guest this week she is meghan markle herself is here no no this is better than meghan markle honestly i can promise you that katie weaver she is currently a styles correspondent at the new york times she also writes for the new york times magazine formerly of g q of gawker gca you may have read her amazing amazing hilarious profiles of the rock gal good dot did i get that right good oh good dot justin bieber kim kardashian cardi b she run the gamut and in addition to all of those pieces at the time she went to the royal wedding herself she was prince william's date kate kate went out for the night and katie you have him but no she she was there on the scene she wrote an amazing piece for the times which will link to that you guys should all check out about what it was like being there on the ground and the kind of fanatic crowd fervor that surrounded this wedding so we're really excited to talk to her all about.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Popcast

"What is that about like is there a sense that if you're woman you have to be extra hard go harder on your bars to prove that you can you know i think that that some of these sort of like developing women artists and also like the who are working with them the managers that are working with them would do well to think about cardi's versatility on a personality level on a on a musical level and how that might sort of organically applied to the projects that they're working 'cause i think a lot of these women have big stories to tell and multifaceted personalities as all women do rab caviar is very notoriously a one of the biggest influence our playlist on spotify on the internet i've never cleveland i haven't either on a piece that we published by david tournament but it is notoriously yet it's one of the biggest playlists has one of the most you know the largest subscriber lists of any place on the internet but it's very very male male they're you know they're only been i think four five women lead rappers on the entire platelets last year and you know they're based on honestly let deja live that's all get a dish loaf album out of all of us very happy day five hours man okay so we're recording on the days we're calling on the monday after the release i today katie weavers g q profile of cardi came out katie who just left you his today is apparently her first day here the new york times i do not see you're wanting the hall is but high katie we're something that she brought up with cardi that i thought was really fascinating was this idea that cardi is trying to smooth out her accent that is basically trying to soften whether it's the new york nece the dominican and trinidadian this the washington heights nece that she's trying to pronounce syllables in a more conventional perhaps broadly appealing way i found that a little strange because i think the reason that everyone at this table and many millions of other people like cardi is because cardi feels like herself like she.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

"She was like a freight to go up and no 'cause taylor swift famously sent her flowers after book yellow dethroned look what you made me do on billboard bush was a nice which was as katie weaver said the most taylor swift thing you could do it was i mean that is like only taylor swift would be both annoying but i love it some people hate it i personally find it charming to sissel oh no but she only she would be the one who sinned someone who dethroned her like keep dry flowers i wanna think that studied nearly beings crystal i agree i love it i'm saying i know some people can roll it rise but i love cardi b lake didn't know what to do in like made her assistant check she's like it's not her and then katie's walking passer nhs like it might have been garlic but applause definitely not taylor swift oh gosh riano what are you doing this week so i'm a campaigning new york times is coming up for story on thursday which i'm excited about i may be doing something cbs next week we're looking at we're hiring they staff this week which is exciting and honestly like i say this like if you're pissed about the soccer thing today like this congress the testimony today shows they are not gonna change anything so you guys support candidates are gonna make a change i hope you'll get sport brianna dot com and consider doing that other than that isolates i'm going to crash as soon as i turn off this podcast and go place super mario advance in bed on my ds for like an hour before sleep.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

"Yeah cory cory cory can seek a who used to work here at vox yeah who i love to death has been making so many smart decisions oh yeah no i mean poaching katie is like one of the those things ever you knew she was obviously like one of the best riders ever to come out of gawker and the other gawker corey they never worked together but it's just you know like i think that's beautiful but yeah but i can't wait to see what she does for the times i don't think she'll be able to do some of the stuff she did she q i don't think the style section would run it although who knows maybe corey would be able to convince salzburger to to you know not back down but yeah the profile i thought it was so good so i want to upset my campaign by reading parts of this profile please upset does she did not note at the time the aforementioned investments in her cell what would prove the boost that went enable her to scale her first level of fame she wind fat for her because one her boyfriend had cheated on her with the woman who park cardi had a big fat and two she observed that her colleagues at big men more money than she did stripping regardless of dancing technique cardi claimed her in the universe in a basement apartment in queens where for eight hundred dollars a woman injected her buttocks with filler they don't numb your anything she says was the craziest pain ever i felt like i was going to pass out and it leaks for like five days i love her yeah i did not like the opening of peace where katie weaver is like describing cardi b's bob.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Rocket

"Really fam right now for a fourteen day free trial with no credit card required that is again p i n g dom dot com slash really fem and then when you sign up use the offer code rockets at checkout to get a massive thirty percent off your first invoice thank you pinged him for your support rocket in rela fem yeah yeah them cape that website running speaking of running how soon should we expect to seek cardi b running for congress because she's really cool oh my god have you guys listened to her album at all i haven't listened to it yet okay don to it's so good it's it's like literally i was listening to it all weekend and i was listening to it yesterday and today like on from you music yeah it's it's so good invasion of privacy is the name which is fantastic and obviously bodak yellow was one of the biggest hits of last year and album is just it is good it is so good but i saw a everyone should listen to it it's on apple music is on spotify it's it's fantastic but there's also this amazing interview profile with her in g q the katie weaver dead i swear like between like tiffany haddish profile and now the cardi b one like katie weavers is about to join the the the new york times style section and she'll be a contributor to a the t magazine and i can't wait to read but she does there but she really like she's actually moving to style.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on Keep It!

"Welcome back to another episode of the heap it mystery i'm matt offense care brand and i'm louis berta seventeen you do that every week aren't you it's so endearing is a tell us if it's gearing that's how it works this week will be talking about the biggest mystery to hit hollywood in decades it's the black dahlia courtesy miss tiffany haddish's recent g q profile katie weaver and after that we won't dive into celebrities and their thoughts are on gun control in the march for our lives and a messy situation at bt involving michelle obama a messy situation at bt don't say and later an interview with after bumba john bomba on being undocumented and an actor in hollywood but before we get into all that believe lewis has something to say to our listeners in oregon i do first of all oregon you are boring shape state but you're a lovely state and i discovered that on twitter the other day when when i was talking about cynthia nixon i was attempting to correct media assertion that she was necessarily a lesbian she's dated men in the past married to a man in the past and i in talking about the statistic of her running for governor of new york forgot then about cape brown who's the governor of oregon and she is a queer woman herself so i apologize to that state and thank you for being so polite to me we're actually replacing you kate brown this jam.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on DirtCast

"Yes yeah still legal to legal it's illegal and i don't do that neither neither of us have never the devil's we'd shall we move on from our things we don't do and start talking about the dirtiest dirt of the i think we should so my favorite story of perhaps twenty eighteen someone bit beyond say in the face yes the reason we know this is because katie weaver who is a writer g q and a lovely person soon to be writer at new york to be right right near times congratulations katie she did a profile of shifty hata's in g keel and it was a delight like all of katie's profiles are there so i'm like kind of like me and your nails i like yeah katie as much as i love her because she's tight it's okay i've like i've come to terms with all of my not inefficiencies you know what i'm trying to say whatever man any how does this fucking interview with a tiffany haddish and tiffany haddish is a true delight every bit of press i've read about her makes her seem religious like a fun gal and she told a story about the time she met beyond say at a party in to do as we all dream to do and what apparently happened at this party is that there is an actress present who bit beyond saying the face and we're not really sure what kind of bite we just know someone bit beyond saying the face we don't know was it a love by was it like i don't know what other kinds of bites to describe really like was it was like a nibble which was you going in for like a cheek kiss i'm ali used her teeth or was it like a zombie bite.

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"katie weaver" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"katie weaver" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm begging you go hey everybody thanks for hanging out with us next season american crime story who bid beyond saves going to be at ten part episode series weirdest blind item of twenty teen and we still don't know the biter is and we'll go back to yesterday where the interview with tiffany haddish by katie weaver and g q magazine and tiffany tells a story about what actress she tried to be down on beyonce's behalf because the actress might have flirted with jay z and now the blight blind item because we know the rest of the story is that the same woman who was flurry of jay z also bet beyond say on the face i have the story glad nobody's heard and beyond and said hey she's on drugs she does usually act like that just leave her alone blah blah blah and tiffany haddish just giving us life with this story it's just been trending for ten standing by the story yes he's not backing down she is saying that this really happened and then chrissy tweet teagan last night who's friends with everybody started tweeting out some stuff that implicated her first one was i cannot leave this planet without knowing who bit beyond seeing the face i can only think of one person who do this but i cannot say but she is the worst and then people started saying tell us kristie please tell us and chrissy teigen seven my initial guests was wrong person i would never would have guessed i've said too much i'm never telling i'm scared i've said too much knowledge is a curse and then someone thought it was gwyneth paltrow and she said no i love her chrissy teigen and she wouldn't even tell hoda and kathie lee they were girling her on the couch and now two suspects have been eliminated in the who bit beyond say in the face gate sinai leigthon sonar scenario john john okay got it cut her name wrong it's not her she tweeted it she said she would have been loved by it if she did and sarah foster who was also at that party and now people are kicking around was gp and said has been sober for a long time doesn't drink or do i don't know why i think that i feel like a in her book that she talked.

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