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Growing Your Photo Business with Dixie Dixon
"Able to welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host. Frederik. Van Johnson today I have the honour and pleasure of sitting down with the illustrious Nikon shooting. Dixie Dixon, she talked about world. He's got he's working on what letter here we're GonNa talk about Nikon and all that good stuff dixie welcome to the show. Are you doing amazing thanks so much for that great intro I. Appreciate it. It's all true. It's all. You're awesome. I'm excited to be here today and chat with you. Cool. Well, let's talk about stuff. So you know we've just you know full disclosure you and I did an interview before over on the sky loon behind the scene podcast that I also host but I wanted to invite you onto this show is well because I want to. kind of slightly different direction and. Introduce you to this week and photo audience as well as the behind the scene audience if you subscribe to behind the scene search for it and go subscribe to that one too. So Yeah. Good stuff. Who is Dixie Dixon? Ukraine. So I've seen your name in fact. I. was just doing a livestream with a friend of mine who's also a Nikon shooter and I said I gotta go I. GotTa Hang Up because I'm getting ready to talk to Dixie Dixon and he's like I was like, have you heard of Dixie Dixon? He's like Have I heard of Dixie Dixon. It's like, have you heard of Prince? So. Tell us how did you get from where you were to being kind of a household name in the in the photography world? I appreciate that so much. Gosh it's been a really crazy adventure. I've had photography jobs. So I started out shooting the cheesy little league pictures shot with film actually was the Nikon F G camera, and so we'd be doing all those cheesy soccer ball like posing with a soccer balls and Just, the team photos and stuff like that, and then I ended up joining the yearbook staff and my image ended up making the cover of the yearbook. So for me, it was like a way to get out of my shell a little bit. I'm very much a sort of an introvert. So it was sort of felt rebellious and helped me get to know people and communicate and have fun and so that for me was like a moment. Wow maybe I could actually do this for a living. So I ended up going off to college I would have loved to majored in photography, but I really thought. Maybe I should figure out the business so I can actually figure out how to make a living doing this. So I ended up studying. Entrepreneurship at TCU and fell in love with the business side and then I ended up studying abroad with a world renowned fashion photographer I literally googled fashion photography study. Abroad. And there was one program through Syracuse University. So I got to go and study with Jeff Licata and listen over in London and Prague and do my first big fashion shoot, and that is when I really fell in love with the fashion photography side of things. So yeah, it's fun adventure I felt like it was yesterday but it's It's crazy how fast time flies and I got a job sheeting TV show and it just all came together. I have so many questions like I'm I'm curious how it works from. A lot of a lot of the twitter audience. Sure as the same question like the. One one path to success as a photographer seems to be fashion right? You got to be a fashion slash commercial photographer. You gotta be that person walking on said and you're in charge and you know the House music stumping in the background and models are doing their thing. There's a wind machine. Blowing. And somebody's up there like stevie nicks with the white thing. So how do you? How do you get there like what's what's the path from leaving school in entrepreneurship going through the internship and seeing how it's done from behind the scenes to building a brand like your brand and being sponsored and representing brands like Nikon? Yes. So it's been I always feel like as an entrepreneur you think you're just GonNa, go a nice gradual progression upward, but it's like. It's an interesting. It's an interesting journey if you will. There's ups and downs along the way. I. Mean my first few years I was shooting everything I was shooting weddings and portrait's and product. If anyone called me to do a shoot I knew how to do it. I said Yes to almost everything yeah. Just to just to pay the bills and whatnot so I ended up up to different websites My fashion website and then my commercial website I mean my wedding website and portrait website. So basically, when people would reach out and they wanted portraits, weddings, I was sent him to that website, and then all the fashioned stuff on my fashioned website was all three work that I had shocked my portfolio. So ultimately, you have to show the type of work that you WANNA be shooting. So I was wanting to shoot the fashion work so you have. To, go out and shoot that work, and then you're gonNA, eventually start attracting those type of clients. So then I started shooting for modeling agencies, they would do like paid portfolio shoots for their models. It started out as free portfolio shoots and then they ended up paying me to shoot their models for awhile and do that quite a lot and then that led to like two boutiques and showing them my work and ask him if I could collaborate.
Giga Texas Timeline Update, and the TSLA stock rebound
"Everybody. Robin our here, and today is kind of a Giga Day. We have news from gigafactory Shanghai Gigafactory, Texas gigafactory New York, and then we'll talk a little bit more about lucid ahead of their livestream unveil of the lucid air tonight, and of course, the stock which we can start out with dessel stock on the day to day finishing up eleven percent to three hundred, sixty, six dollars twenty eight cents on the back of a rising macaroni Environment Nasdaq for the day up two point seven percent. So as I said, yesterday, I, hate, stop-loss orders. This is exhibit a for why that is as Tesla today without much news swung back significantly in the. Other. Direction. That's really my only thought on the stock today. So let's move into the news. There was an interesting post this morning on Tesla Motors Clubs Forum by Ridge. Twenty twenty about a possible time line for Tesla's gigafactory in Texas. This user writes quote have some information on the tear factory build schedule. Tesla is sourcing how vendors slash contractors to bid on work at the site and quote this user then shares some screen shots presumably of some documents involved in that bidding, the most interesting of which lays out a project schedule in that project schedule not a first substantial completion date of May I twenty twenty one according to the American Institute of Architects. Substantial completion is quote the stage in the progress of the work when the work or designated portion thereof is sufficiently complete in accordance with the contract documents so that the owner can occupy or utilize the work for its intended use and quote the schedule also notes that the first dry in what happened on December thirtieth twenty twenty I xdrive just means that everything is sort of sealed up with the building shell so that interior work can commence without having to be exposed to the elements, and then in a separate page here that has also included. There's a more detailed schedule noting that in September they'll be doing things like underground electrical, mechanical plumbing, etc.. October would be fencing porta-pottys waste removal metals, recycling recycling removal, and then November would be architectural interiors which based on the dry and date assume would be non weather sensitive into your stuff. So obviously take this for what it's worth. It has just forum posts, but the documents to me look like they would be pretty legitimate I. Don't think there's a ton of reason to doubt it. I. Think for those of us that follow closely this would be pretty much in line with our expectations. This will be going from breaking ground to possibly production ready in under a year which we know Tesla is targeting based on their work active factory Shanghai originally and now With gigafactory Berlin as well. Speaking of Shanghai Tesla continues to make rapid progress at the gigafactory. They're the global times earlier. This Week reported that Tesla has completed the main section of phase two, which is for the Mata why and they write quote at present interior decoration and electromechanical testing being carried out and are expected to be completed on schedule in October and November and quote not exactly sure what interior decoration needs to be carried out and completed. I'm guessing that's probably something that's lost in translation probably more equivalent you interior design meaning, functional interior design. But regardless, we continue to see these reports about phase two in Shanghai though the Global Times appears. To also expect production to begin for the Monterey in one though they do cite other media reports on that which we have talked about. Personally, I'm still expecting some motto is to come out of gigafactory Shanghai. This you're probably not enough to be immaterial to quarterly results or the financials but more. So again, sign heading into twenty twenty one which cannot believe were that close to you already shifting back to the US and over to the energy side of the business with Peissel's gigafactory. In New, York a different type of gigafactory Tesla. Roddy today posted an article with the headline of quote vessel energy ramps hiring AC in New York for accelerated solar production and. Quote you on did actually re tweet this article in which Tesla Roddy writes quote a source familiar with the matter who spoke to Tessa. Roddy talk to employees at the plant who indicated the facility is currently operating on a twenty four hour schedule six days a week to keep up with demand. Altogether, this move seems to confirm the eighty eight acre location is accelerating solar production and installation insignificant way which coincides with the company's growth and the energy sector and quote while energy storage has definitely grown historically solar has actually been quite slow Tusla recently, which I think was correctly pointed out by Gordon Johnson in our bowl baird debate. So if we go. Back to two, thousand, seventeen, for example, cutie, Tesla deployed one, hundred, seventy, six megawatts of solar energy versus this most recent you only twenty seven megawatts of solar. There are a lot of reasons for that. The business model has shifted significantly but right now it's not at the point that at once what's Tesla's hope? Of course is that the solar roof changes that about which started in their cute you letter that quote solar roof installations roughly tripled in Q. to compare to key one, we continue to expand our installation team to increase the deployment rate and quote of course, this is a new product so to starting from a very low base for Tesla from. But hopefully, that growth rate continues we've also recently seen tesla cut their prices significantly for rooftop solar. Now, offering the lowest price systems in the United States at least at a dollar forty, nine per watt after incentives under cutting other systems and the US by about thirty percent on average. So plenty of reasons to be hopeful that Tesla is on the precipice returning to growth for the solar business and are on their way to finding a business model that works for them consistently for solar going forward. Next today on into provide an update to yesterday's discussion on delivery wait times. I've seen a few comments noting that those have changed for people today they have actually changed for me as well. So the model y currently sets for the all wheel drive version at seven to eleven weeks for me here in the Midwest two to four weeks for the performance for the Model S. and the Model X. Both of those currently sit at eight to twelve weeks versus yesterday's ten to fourteen. Weeks and the model three has held steady for all trims at two to four weeks.
John Foley on Peloton's Growth in the Pandemic
"John. Thanks for joining me today. I'm excited to be here. Thanks John. Appreciate it last time I saw was in the offices this was right before. was declared and we all went home, and so that's been several months but think it's fair to say that we could tell things were getting serious about cove nineteen at that point but couldn't have imagined what was going to happen over the course of the next month and full blown pandemic. In the way, it would hit your business in our business in every business in between. That's right. Twenty, twenty twenty what a what a wild year so far so far. One of the consequences for Peleton was having Jaeger critical new product launch and I really WanNa get into that and talk in depth about what's coming. But let's look backward a little bit not inconsequential at all is telling me you know what's gone on in these nearly last six months what they've been like running a business people lobby spent hunkering down in their homes and gyms have been closed and you offer these livestream workouts right in the home with the device, and early in the pandemic in fact, you guys were reported in the ninety four percent jump in your over your subs. I know there's been hiccups and it'll you've had a hard time immediately filling orders for instance, but it has has the pandemic Ben. Good. For Peleton. Well, it's hard to say good in the same sense with pandemic. At all but to your point, John It's definitely been wind in our sails as far as our bike sales and tread sales, and we've just been frankly happy to be there for our members are existing numbers in our new members who are buying bikes and threads and still getting them delivered, and we were also pretty excited to be able to innovate and bring the the live studio content from not from our studios anymore of for the for a couple of months but from the homes of our instructors. we continue our live format and connection with our with community through the crisis. So it was to your point a lot lots to do was a wild time for us like like everybody, but your business has been has been strong for sure also a little bit. You've got extensive background in ECOMMERCE and you know a number of different technology platforms and then legacy business like Barnes and noble once upon a time where the head of ECOMMERCE. Obviously everybody going into the pandemic lot of uncertainty in a lot of unknowns. And probably a moment of what's this going to do to our fledgling business? But when did it go from that to we have this enormous opportunity. That we're going to have to walk through and we're going to have to do it quickly and as you know as as as as successfully as we can. It happened very quickly John. I mean I I think it was Friday the thirteenth ironically in March when. Found of everyone stopped going to work and working from home and it became obvious and evident that this pandemic was upon us and it was going to be meaningful. Within a week or two of that, we saw a massive surge in our sales and we knew that this was a moment that people are going to Peleton in their home, and we we did see it as an opportunity to be totally opportunistic. We right away started giving away our digital content for ninety day, free trial which wasn't the best business because we still had to pay our music partners but we didn't care. We wanted to do our part for our communities and to help people stay saying in the pandemic so We were at one point I mean we're obviously in parallel scaling our supply chain or manufacturing and trying to make more bikes and tries as fast as possible. But we also have the pure software and digital content platforms across any one of your devices whether it's your phone, your IOS or android phone, or any of your television screens through Apple, TV android, TV fire, TV Roku, all these other platforms that you can engage with our content and do strengthen yoga and all the different stuff. So in that world, it wasn't dependent on our honor scaling supply chain. So we decided to give that ninety days away for free to new members, and we saw a massive explosion in that as well. So You know you alluded to this already and and it's it's a big topic of conversation and focus for investors is this growth curve in these growth big growth that you're planning? Because the addressable market for exercise gear is so large and the shifting dynamics of not being able to go you know at your whim to the local gym and use theirs is fueling even more enthusiasm but also pressure, and then you've got on top of this, you'll start about this virtual community where people can used gear but they can also use the community with people that they're getting to know or or somebody recognizable in the instructor. So you're about to test whether there's an appetite for a wider range. Of Palestine products, I'd like you to talk about what's coming out and how it's different than what the company already offers. You have a twenty two hundred dollar bike right now in a forty, three, hundred dollar treadmill, which are the main staples from what we know if we're going to A. Showroom on the website. So so what's coming in what's different about what you already offer? Yes. So we have two main lines of business as you know John and it's a stationary bike platform and then ate a treadmill platform. And the current bike is who have been called the best cardio machine on the planet the original Peleton bike, and what we're announcing is our Peleton plus and it's a new platform with a bigger screen that swivels now and allows from that bike platform our members to engage in all of our content whether it's the yoga or the strength or the boot camp or all of the different styles of content that we offer. They can now engage in that in a much more convenient easy to consume experience on the Peleton bike plus platform. In parallel, we've been working on a new treadmill platform, our original peleton tread, plus is the forty, five, hundred dollar but product that is kind of the Rolls Royce of the category because it has the Slat belt technology and it's one of the best running surfaces in the world if not the best running surface. And what we're bringing to market this month is a lower price tread that in a really open up the market and make it much more affordable for people to get a Peleton tread and take our boot camp classes and are running classes from home and really do full body workouts. Now whether it's on the less expensive treadmill that has a belt technology or with our Peleton bike plus which now allows you to consume. All of our content and not just the great cardio, but also the strength and the full body content on that. So the summary John is that we now have a portfolio on the bike side and on the trade side, a bike and a bike plus and a tread and tread plus. So depending on how much you're looking to spend and what you're looking to do we have now four options for you to engage pelivan platforms.
'The Princess Bride' cast is reuniting for a virtual table read, Democratic political fundraiser
"Leaves a table read of the Princess Bride script as a political fundraiser. The cast of the Princess Bride will reunite virtually for a table read fundraising event. Further Wisconsin Democratic Party fun storming the castle. The film was written by Rob Reiner, who has been a vocal president. Trump critic and starred Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Carol Kane, Wallace Shawn Billy Crystal, who are all participating with Reiner and Patton Oswalt moderating the event will be Livestreamed September 13th at 4 P.m. Pacific Time. Wisconsin is one of the key states that Donald Trump flipped in 2016. Both the president and Joe Biden each visited the state this past week. Michelle Pelino. Fox News,
Leaker Prosser: Apple to Announce ‘iPhone 12’ in October, Apple Watch and iPad to Debut in September
"Jon Prosser who is a? Pretty. Prolific and fairly accurate. Apple tipster on twitter. He's seven percent accurate according to people who keep track of this thing. Prosser says that there will be an apple announcement on Tuesday. Yes not clear. If the announcement will be a livestream or merely a press release his last tweet nine hours ago. Apple press release is currently scheduled for Tuesday at nine am eastern. Though I should. It's not locked in until the press has been briefed day of I'll tweet that morning update you if it changes. We know that there are a new ipads at least one new IPAD and IPAD air but I think more than one in the offing as well as Apple watches. in the offing that but. Released this would normally be the day. Tuesday that apple would announce the end new iphones. Think we're delayed on those because of Covid? Apple said its last quarterly Results. That they would be delayed probably as much as a month kind of more like the iphone ten timeframe prosser. Last August. So it's really old tweet, but he did update at September I said. The Apple Watch an IPAD. Via a press release this week. IPHONE twelve event next month's the week of October twelfth. The devices will be available for pre order that day but not shipping until, October nineteenth. And then the iphone twelve pro device, the high end iphone with five G. not till November. So that's the timeline will what whether that's accurate or made up we'll find out probably Tuesday.
Conversation with the head of mental health startup Frame Teletherapy
"Hey Candle. Thank you for coming onto the show they are having me. Yeah. It's certainly being a crazy period of time right now at the time of this recording, we're not only facing a pandemic, but also simultaneously a heatwave and wildfires here in California one could say is little bit much right now and in this little surprised that we're feeding a little bit more. Stressed and anxious than usual. I'm saying this because we couldn't have found a better time to record this podcast about Tele therapy and your business frame. Maybe you can tell us what frames all about. Yeah. So I am the CO founder and CEO Frame the mental wellness platform that makes it easier to connect with therapists mid different ways both in person and digitally we actually Offered to core services on our platform the first one is for people who I've never been therapy and just WANNA, learn a little bit more about it and for them we offer our digital discussions which are livestream conversations between licensed therapist and volunteer participants that you can watch anonymously from the comfort of your own home. So it's like a veteran or how should imagine. It. So basically, what we do is we wanted to create a way for people to see what happens in an actual therapy session. So it's completely free product. It's available to everyone in the country and these conversations mirror what a real therapy session would be like in real life. So we've on boarded in trained licensed therapists from all over the country they we pick different. Topics, and then we bring on volunteer participants. These are real people who share their real problems on camera and you can listen and we actually built a custom platform so that you can actually watch lives men. There's interactive tools where you can submit questions in therapist answers them for you at the end of the recession or if you WANNA watch on your own time. We have a content library of the past recorded sessions. Wow. That's great unlike just to give us an idea what what sorts of topics being discussed on their great asset because you again, I really wanted to create a product that sort of educates people not only on what happens in therapy the different types of therapies even work with also about the different topics and so. We really try to pick topics that are relevant to what's going on right now. So obviously, we launched actually during covid where a new startup and obviously it was a really hot topic right there to talk about working right home adjusting to life. We actually did a lot of topics around people who are losing their jobs during Cova did and now we shifted to. The black lives matter. Movement we we did a series on racial trauma and how it's affected different people from different perspectives, and now we've been really focusing of recently on burn out and how people are really sort of just feeling. So achieved and down about the current situation in the world in how you identify Burnett, and how you deal with that, right? Yeah I can. Totally imagine that with many of us actually working from home right now and not taking any vacation burn notice on the horizon for many of us exactly, and then we actually have a second service on a platform of for those that are ready to talk with therapist one on one we have a therapy matching service and we actually will match you as a therapist. Based on your personal needs. So you end you come onto our platform you answer ten questions we give you six options of therapist matches, facilitate free intro call. So you can call a couple of get a sense for me. Thank you connect with best and then you scheduled to our platform you do the video sessions or a platform and you pay for farm. So it's A one stop shop for therapy and how does like you matching algorithm matched me like what what do you like through those ten questions in how does that look actually on the therapist end? Yeah. So we spent a lot of time building out the matching algorithm. My co-founder sage grazer is a licensed therapist so that really helped but while we were building the product. We actually brought in about ten to twenty therapists and we interviewed them and we got a better sense for how they screen for clients in real life, and we use those inputs to help build our algorithm but I think another important factor of this is that you algorithms can't fully predict chemistry. So just like a dating APP, you go on multiple dates before you find. Your soulmate, and so we really wanted to create that experience as well. We're not gonNA just pick a therapist for you. So we really focused on getting the right types of therapists in front of you, and then we want to empower our users to pick the therapist and we're getting a lot of anecdotal feedback that saying I've actually called three or four of the. Therapists on the lesson. This one happened to be a college athlete and so was I. we really connected on that and those are just things that you're not gonna get an intake form on them out organically when you're having this conversation because it's really hard to judge a therapist just based on his profile resume, right? So I, I can totally imagine that you know approach. To Kinda Dede's a few therapists to find the right fit for me. Exactly and it's really about therapy is different than other doctors. You know when you're getting surgery, you kind of want to know where the doctor go to school and how many surgeries have been done when it comes to therapists. It's really about who do you feel most comfortable talking to I. Honestly. Couldn't even tell you where my therapist got her masters for around and you know I've been to some of the most you know world renowned therapists. I've waited six months to see them and you don't necessarily click with them. So it's really just about that. There is that sort of live interaction that you can. You can only feel for when you're talking to yourself rights.
SpaceX plans two Falcon 9 missions in one day in closest-ever launches
"To Space six launches today in Florida this morning of Falcon nine, will blast off from Cape Kennedy to deploy more StarLink Internet transmission satellites into Earth orbit. Then this evening, a different Falcon nine will lift off from Cape Canaveral space for station carrying an Argentinean satellite for deployment into a polar orbit. The launches will be livestreamed on space six.
Stimulate This 'Unique Nerve' To Experience Deep, Healing, Relaxing And Restful Sleep
"One of the biggest challenges people have these days is that they're not able to get deep healing relaxing and restful sleep is that you? It seems like a puzzle that's difficult to solve. What should you do to relax? How can you switch off your stress? Is that a way that you can tap into your inner pharmacy to create a natural sleeping bill in this episode, going to share with you a quick natural technique that you can use at your home to feel completely relaxed in minutes and get good quality sleep. But before we begin if you are interested in this topic and About how you can use ancient wisdom to calm your mind relax your nervous system and distressed to make sure that you hit the subscribe button on your apple device or if you using another device, make sure that you share this with your friends and family. When you hit subscribe does something special to the Algorithm which ensures that people who would not normally come across this part caused actually come across it. So make sure that he supporters and hit subscribe Quick story before I, begin giving you the exact technique yesterday I was doing a livestream with an facebook group demonstrating this specific technique, and after that I went straight to working on my computer, and this was about ten fifteen pm. But as soon as I went on the computer and started doing my work, I began to feel a bit drowsy I began to feel sleepy. And my head was getting heavier and heavier until I just brought my head on my table. And it didn't make sense until I realized the fact that I had just done that technique. I. Demonstrated that Technique Did Accident Dia Body and prepare for sleep. So this does work and I would encourage you to try out yourself but promise me one thing don't attempt to do this technique while you're driving or if you're in water or a place that needs your full attention because this is it bar for technique do this only if you're at home and need to fully relax where you not be disturbed because this is awful and it will change your state in minutes. So let's begin stepped one. Especially, when you're doing Brett work and throughout the day, make sure that you're breathing in through your nose breathing through your nose ensures that you get just that I'd quantity of oxygen and not too much because too much oxygen can cause more damage than good as explained in previous episode oxygen is like fuel for yourself you need just a right amount of. Fuel to produce energy do much few land. It could lead to oxidative damage to your tissues and organs, and you don't want to damage your against the other benefit of reading through news is that your nose contain these nose hairs right which act as filters. So you're ensuring that the quality of air that you're breathing is good and because of those same. Filters and the structure of your news the that's coming in is nice and warm, which again is conducive to relaxation fort benefit of breathing in through your nose is that when you breathe through your nose, there's nitric oxide the guess created from the back of your nose and your sinuses, which then goes into your lungs and this helps dilate your air passages. In your lungs annual blood vessels allowing the oxygen, which you're inhaling to go much more effectively into where it's needed for energy production. So the oxygen goes into your Mitochondria, which is the powerhouse of your cell that leads to energy production line breathing in through your nose is good for you when you breathing out, make sure that you're breathing out through your mouth. How and when you're breathing out, imagine that you're breathing out through a straw or that you're fogging a mirror. And you can make this salad old because it really enhances the expedients. Now, adding this slight resistance, right when you're making the shape of a straw as you're breathing out as the effect of activating your batter sympathetic nervous system, the part of your nervous system that is responsible for resting they're responsible for digesting your food for healing for cellular repair and most barley immune building because guess what it is a pandemic season, you are very your masks, but also you need to boost your immune system.
RNC 2020 Gets Higher Ratings than DNC
"Six times the viewership as the Democrats tuned in, so either that's one hell of a silent majority or Mohr. Eyeballs are on the Republican. I mean, one of the most popular females in the United States, if not the world. Michelle Obama. Spoke last week. And she you're telling me she delivered 1/6. Of the of the C SPAN Livestream audience that the first night of the GOP convention did is that Is that what you're telling me? That's what I'm telling you. Okay, Time's the viewership on C SPAN,
"livestream" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson
"That's come You know T to turn into a lot of opportunity for. Innovation so. Some interesting things have come out as a variety I mean as a as a as a result of that in one of them is the variety of ways in which to monetize that which we could get into one of them is. The reemergence of kind of a conversation that was existing in digital music five and ten years ago about ubiquity versus obscurity, and how you approach live streaming is results and that to me that conversation came up when win social media's I started getting big digital streaming services started getting back and we talked about that, and then the other thing is just habits. Will these habits stay I? Think there are new habits being formed right now I don't think once it's safe to go out I. Don't think concerts are over I don't think people are like Oh. Yeah. Live streaming is so much better than going to a festival or a bar or club or theatre but I do think people might say. Now. In the future well, I was going to go to this show, but it's really too far away. So I think a livestream or well there's no shows that I want to go to this weekend. But there is this cool thing happening on fortnight and I think I'll just dive into it that way now engage music that way too. So I think there are habits that are being formed right now that will change what happens. They won't be a hundred percent shift from real concerts to live streaming, but it will be a shift that stays with people pass this. Well, it also opens an opportunity for a different type of doing so that you know. It's almost like we assumed that we've got scarcity of a live concert and then we have a stream that of course, you can't really hold back and it's GonNa, be coming at you no matter what and if not, it'll be pirated, and now there's the opportunity to kind of provide other VIP delivery create artificial scarcity through livestream..
Katy Perry Gives Sneak Peek at Baby's Nursery as She Prepares to Give Birth
"Katy Perry Fans just loved it, seeing extinct peek at her baby girls in nursery and wardrobe. So she did a little social media video. She did a Livestream show called her Smile Sunday show and she Hadn't shown anyone the nursery and then decided to show fans so it's pink and these baby clothes hanging on the wall. I don't think you've seen a celebrity mom as excited to become a mom as Katy Perry. She's so excited. I mean, I think she's just like Beside herself with joy about having this baby. I think that's really sweet sharing her joy. And again that baby is going to be so unattractive. Very, very unattractive. There's a little she showed up. This little likes jammy ones. E thing with Orlando Bloom's face all over it baby to wear, you know, and she just like, doesn't take it too seriously. And Orlando Bloom is someone that you would look at and go. Oh, he probably takes himself pretty seriously. He's probably kind of angsty. And I think the fact that You know when he was with a supermodel before, so it felt like this very serious couple. And then Katy Perry is like a cartoon, you know, and she's gonna feel really And I think that's so fun. I felt that way until I saw him on the paddle board. Yeah. Then it was like he's just like anybody else, Howard Stern says. Out of all the men that he's met he we're not out of all of them. But he constantly talks about how in person How unbelievably good looking Orlando Bloom is. Is that true? Yeah, I've never seen him like I He's one. I haven't. I haven't interviewed him in person. But yeah, Stern always says he is Oriole. Good looking. Yeah, I can imagine he didn't. Oh, now I'm looking at pictures of him and like, no matter what length his hair is He's a very good jaw line. Yeah, but that's im. God gives a bold hand
"livestream" Discussed on Podcasting Q&A
"This week's question cubs from crystal. Hi. Crystal here from the Prophet podcast and I have a question about repurposing video content for podcast. Should I live stream like do a facebook live or instagram or youtube, and then turned that into a podcast episode or is it better to record the video like not live maybe on my phone or my computer and then download? That audio for my podcast. So livestream verses record separately and then use it I can't wait to hear your thoughts. Thanks. Thanks for your question crystal. Adding a video strategy to your podcast is a really great way to double your contact without adding a lot of extra work. So in this episode, we're going to cover the differences between live streaming and prerecorded video, and then some soffer options you can use to livestream your podcasts to social media platforms like facebook Lincoln or Youtube. So. Let's talk about whether you should live stream or prerecord the video. Now, if you're okay with a less polished version of a video, you don't really want to edit it or you want the added benefit of incorporating listeners, questions, and comments than livestream is a way to go. You can still edited the audio to put into podcast format later. Now, if you want something more polished or you want the option to edit the video than prerecording is probably your best bet. So now, let's dive into some livestream soffer options that you can use. The first one. You may already be familiar with it is zoom zoom is a great piece of software to dip your toes into live streaming. What's so great is that you can add your co host, your guests or even just yourself and stream it directly to facebook. This is unlike other popular pieces of software lace skype where you can't do that at all. The second option, which is our favorite and use it to livestream. Buzzed cast is stream yard and what's so great about stream yard is that they've really good audio quality and you can livestream to facebook youtube and Lincoln. All at the same time plus you can incorporate listeners, comments and questions, and they'll pop up live right on the screen. You can start for free or you can upgrade to their basic tier at twenty dollars a month, and you can be able to get all the bells and whistles like complete customization, remove stream your branding, and to be able to do unlimited streaming both zoom and stream yard to audio quality is great for podcasts. You don't have to record on a software like a dossier garage band just to make sure that. Audio Quality. Good enough. So all you need to remember is the best practices. So make sure you have your microphone practice proper, Mike Technique and plugging your headphones. Now we know that there are other software solutions out there but these are the two that we recommend for podcasters. Thanks for sending US your question crystal. If you have a question, you would like us to cover on future episode of the show.
The US Army Returns to Twitch
"The US Army took a hiatus from twitch as public outcry and bill in the US. House of Representatives took aim at the military's use of video game streaming. The US Army is an active sports endorser, many eastwards, companies including complexity and ESL have deals in place with some of the armed forces be at the Navy Airforce, marines or the army itself. The US Army East sports twitch channel became the source of controversy after viewers would into the stream and started commenting things about war crimes. When the army moderator then banned users civil rights groups like the American, Civil Liberties Union or to this was a violation of free speech as the Army's eastward team is federally funded in late July representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez introduced an amendment to a bill that would make it illegal for the armed forces to recruit via livestream platforms like twitch. In late July representative Alexandria causing Cortez introducing the amendment to a bill that would make it illegal for the armed forces to use live streaming platforms like twitch ostensibly for recruiting the bill is defeated in the US House revs by a vote of two, ninety, two to one, twenty six. With the return to which today, the US army said, they are re examining the process for how bands are levied on the platform. Instead of moderators outright banning people into its chat, they'll put them in a glorified time out. So their contact could be examined in a bank then be levied if justified while bands may not be handed out as freely as they were the first time around the US army store reserves the right to ban people from the channel if they're violating, which has guidelines when the US army goes live again, comments will the flood the page it'll be interesting to see how the story develops. The civil rights groups decided to get more involved with monitoring the US Army's twitch channel.
Jeff Brown from "Read to Lead" & How to Intentionally DREAM Your Success
"Jeff Man I'm so excited that you here welcome the DOSA leadership. Well I'm excited to be here when I looked at the lineup. You've had on your show to be included in that lineup is up a real privilege. So thank you. Let me start off by personally thanking Yose talking with Chris Brogan. Couple of ago he had me on his livestream on his show And we were talking about in in you and I have been connected since we both started our podcast pretty much. I started mine in. January of two, thousand thirteen and I think you were spring or summer of twenty thirteen I can't remember. July, Young. And I think we connected even way back. Then I think someone I think John Lee. Dumas. Connected US somehow somewhere But Anyway I wanted to thank you personally because you've been kind of a private mentor to me from an interview style. And I get complimented on my interview style and I attribute a lot to listening to you and learning from you privately. So I wanted to. Your your style in the way that you do it is something that I try to emulate and look up to. So I wanted to personally thank you before i. Went further on that. Well thank you for buttering me up. I'll say lots of Nice things. I know. I think it's it's I can't believe that we haven't done this sooner. Because we've been connected. So Long I love to that we know as looking at your. facebook feed the other day. and. You always post your pictures of your dachshunds and I got two dachshunds and you got three. But you got one about the same time that I did eleven years ago. The same month, a June July I think of eleven years ago you got that dabble when they have what his name, what's his name Frank Frank. And Anyway I've got. Eleven year old long hair red haired Dachshund, and loved Oxen's in fact the kids are printing the wife's pressure in mead. Get another one a new puppy. And I'm like Oh, you know, and then I'm secretly looking behind the scenes online. I just love this dog just. Anyway. So this isn't a dachshund readers podcast, but we could probably turn it into that but anyway I just. I've watched your journey it's been parallel to mine. We've talked a lot of the same folks. The podcast journeys been amazing for me as I know it has been for you. Looking back at this I've had my ups and downs, and in fact, I was telling you in the prerecording here that sometimes. I was kind of in a low funky at the beginning of the summer and I took sabbatical for about four weeks and they just started getting back into it and. What about you is it happened you along these these last seven and a half years seven years for you. You know thankfully no, I mean there have been. A moments where I've taken a month off and you know done releases of of older episodes, I I do have a a streak. I'm quite proud of at the moment. Just because it's a big deal for me, but about two and a half one more than two and a half years without missing a Tuesday. which I could not say about the first several years I, miss one year there but got a long street going at the moment. I. I I. Know You agree with this the important thing about podcasting in center going around a particular topic as a lot of people do can can sometimes be limiting. But. It's possible to choose a and be really specific in your choice of IDEA. But at the but at the same time, have different things that fit within that. For example, I think of intentionally consistent rereading and it's a very specific thing and and. That sort of the mantra that my podcast is built around value of intentional assistant reading. But that umbrella. serves many topics very well leadership, personal growth mindset entrepreneurship I mean the list goes on and on. and so I never run out of topics to talk about that fit within that sort of over arching umbrella and I. I never run out of books being really strange and so others always something new and interesting another shiny thing around the corner that I can I can latch onto dive into an read so. I haven't had that issue. I have been more recently as I as I'm sure you have. Tailored some of my questions to what's happening in the world or. many of the people I talked to make their living or at least partially through public speaking or you know in person workshops and things of that nature and so. I'm often asking, well, what are you doing? in light of your and and everything else. In because virtually everyone I've talked to everyone I interview has been an impact in some way myself included and so. Those kinds of of changes or or metamorphosis to the processes kind of happen naturally as along
"livestream" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"livestream" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Paying our your friends before going to the table and you get there getting a drink. watching the show. Doing the meet and greet. Having. After party. So. You know I think most livestream concerts you know. A little disconnected in that sense you're not getting the photos fear Anson. Some, fans are like pre recording. Are you know all these things? We you know I think ours is our ideas like how can we bring the full? Experience of it night. Show. so If you are a hardcore fan, you can be a part of every single aspect of it and if you just WanNa you know just want to watch the performance. He, can you you? Just just watch that. Really. Yeah I'm I'm super excited about that and I think it's going to bring a lot of. And having people and remind people spend their time and and I think we could all. Use a little bit of an escape right now and you know. It does you know flowers on the grave and you're okay that's all been very serious things but I think the tone of the night will be. Mapping, you know And it'll be a celebration of live concerts of the past two two years if I'm chosen this album cycle and this record everything. So told him I am. Super. Excited about that. I mean it's it's weird 'cause. This record you know I think In my head, we're going to have the opportunity to play some of these other like Feel it all over and one sunset like at some. Time on one of these shows we were planning and then it's like, Oh, well, we're just going to do it this one time in potentially. WHO Like unless they're super fun to play. But like it's like some of this stuff, this could potentially be one of the last time we played them on these songs which would be. Kinda interesting. So yeah I mean it's like. It will be Yeah I. Think I think it's for people who love this album something super cool and for people who just you know like us in general like I think it's GonNa. Be something special and really exciting and. I mean we haven't played together as a band this year. Now, yeah I mean you haven't played with us. Then Near to her yeah. So like in when we start practicing for this thing, right before like. This. Time. We all jammed together this entire year in its August. Yeah. Yeah and then yeah, we're GONNA. Have a whole second that after the Performance of. Record. Yeah. And you and me we're going over some of that some of those songs yesterday and what would be like. Something isn't so like on the nose, but also like would be really exciting and Daljit here and and whatnot. For that stuff too. Yeah so That'll be rather than Yeah I. Think. It's going to be an. Awesome Day and hopefully, we don't fuck it up because the be we're we're coordinated and and broadcasted.
"livestream" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Yeah. I I had a pretty good weekend. My parents when they got. A baby for the first time in. Quite a while because of all this Toronto? Various Wizner that was.
Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow, media mogul Jimmy Lai released
"Hong Kong, Several prominent activists and journalists arrested under a new national security law have been released after nearly two days in detention. They're accused of colluding with foreign forces. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The charge carries a maximum life prison sentence. Media mogul John Eli flashed a thumbs up to reporters as he was released from police custody. The publisher interment of one of Hong Kong's brashest pro democracy newspapers. I was among 10 individuals arrested on Monday under the new law. Livestream today showed by walking back into his newspaper office amid a standing ovation from employees. Agnes Chow, a 23 year old pro democracy activists, and Wilson Lee, a freelance journalist, were also released on bail. Child told Hong Kong reporters she had been unprepared for the sudden arrest and called the allegations should colluded Foreign forces on social media. Incomprehensible.
COVID-19 Impact and Recovery
"All right gentlemen welcome to the show. This has been a long time in the making this particular episode as you both know, we've been dialoguing over the the you know through email after the first covid type production I put together, which was in a Web webinar format. We decided to do this when Moore's a prerecorded livestream instead of doing the Webinar format because. There's a ton of things that we need to talk about and I just think this format makes more sense to get the information out. So I would think both you guys for coming on the show and covering this with me from the standpoint of having much more knowledge about it than I do. So which is which is important. Marcucci when it started just with some some introductions, obviously I did the brief introduction in the open there. But just a more personal introduction mark. Let's start with you who is Mark Fujio, and Why are you on the show today? Let's talk about that and then we'll go to you vincent. Okay. So I. Talk about how we've been friends for a decade if you want. Okay. Yeah. So Yeah I. was going to lead into that the I've been involved in all sorts of different You're leading edge technologies. I've lived in Santa Clara in the Silicon Valley for twenty nine years Known Frederick for about ten years and helped get him out of adobe and into a startup storage company named Robo and You know along at That's when I started listening to the this week in barrage podcast hosted by Vincent. So I've been listening to that show for man. Over over ten years, I think even longer than I've known you Frederick. So. I've had quite an interest in urology Personally last November and a dark Moon it you new moon you know night had an accident coming home where I ran into an Amazon. and. Which I wasn't expecting to be there and shorts long story short. You know I tour the complete tear their quadriceps tendon on my left leg. So I spent basically three months into brace. And then than three months sheltering in place. So, during some of your initial cooeperation obviously had a lot more time to pay attention to things and I remember seeing in sort of late November early December, a little bit of a blurb of news about in new virus coming out of China. So Fast forward So the whole incident about the Chinese doctor who had was fighting it. Got Suppressed and who ultimately died, and then you know what we turned into January. This year just exploded as a story and the US and I don't think anybody can go anywhere and a gathering you know A. Virtual. With the friends or family without covy becoming a major topic of discussion. So I very much enjoyed the the seminar you did you know a couple months ago Frederick and. Be Able to put you in Vincent together to Have a follow up. Survey and that is that is that. That's perfect and that that that. Discussion on Cova we did that you mentioned back in the day that will link to that in the description for this episode, but that was designed to be I think the title of it was. Something around demystifying covid nineteen hundred photographers, but it was turns out photographers are actually human so it doesn't does. It back then it. Doesn't really matter but I wanted to definitely follow up on that since we've done that. So much stuff since we did that. Webinar. So much stuff. Vincent that you're intimate with. In the rest of the world obviously is to a degree intimate with has happened both on the understanding of the virus side of things all the way through to disinformation and the politicization of. The whole mask wearing thing and you're not American if you wear a mask and now you are American if you wear a mask and you know all all this stuff has been happening. So I don't want to make this political but I do want to touch on the politics of that before we before we dive in then can you tell us a little bit about yourself and the podcast this week in virology? Well I am a Professor Virology at Columbia University, which is in New, York. I've been working on viruses for over forty years. I've been doing research on them. I wrote a textbook. I have taught many virology courses and twelve years ago I started a podcast. Decided to call it this week. Envir- Allergy I was inspired by Leo LaPorte. Chipper. Who probably inspired you as well I would guess, absolutely. Father. We have done this for twelve years and at the beginning of this year we noticed this outbreak in China we started covering it and I think almost every episode from the beginning of Twenty twenty now has been about the virus and the disease SARS covy to in Covid nineteen. And you know we have always talked about the threats of new viruses emerging. but they weren't taken seriously enough and we've had big outbreaks. You know we've had big ebola outbreaks. We've had Sika outbreaks, influenza outbreaks, many other viruses, but. I hate to say we were not ready for this. This all could have been avoided quite sadly. So now I am full on in educating people trying to counter the misinformation our listeners have gone way way up. It's just great. We're getting mentioned by Malcolm. Glad. Well, we got in USA Today The New York Times this week. But I think more people need to listen because we really tell it like it is and so that's the story.
NYPD officers surround BLM protester's apartment in standoff
"A leading black lives matter. Organizer in the end Lise left empty handed after keeping 45th Street closed for hours yesterday, a tense standoff in Hell's kitchen as officers in riot gear patrolled outside helicopter hovering overhead cops knocking on the door of BLM organizer Derek Ingram. NYPD says Ingram is wanted for assault on a police officer. But while cops waited outside Ingram live stream to the encounter on his instagram while speaking with supporters and also with his lawyers on zoom It's like a fly the war under the north. I can take a picture and give it to my representative. Thank you from I have no live stream to that protest. He spoke to his as he livestreamed. The encounter there with police protesters started showing up outside his apartment. To show their support for him. As the protests grew, the police left without arresting Ingram. He says he wasn't guilty of anything other than being born Black. Two cops punched in the face while trying to Navid accuse shoplifter New York Post reports. It happened at Home Depot in
A Look at Police Body Cam Technologies, and Where They Fall Short
"The nationwide protests over the killing of George, Floyd brought many things alight from racial inequality to police brutality. One issue that's come back to the forefront is whether or not police body cams are effective tools to hold officers accountable. I'm Roger Jiang. This is your daily charge with me senior video producer Butch Kerry who was a video out today discussing this various you welcome bridget. Thanks for having me. So body cameras really spiked popularity with the police back between fourteen talk about what really sparked this move answer where we are today yeah. It really began with Michael Brown because when he was shot by a white police officer in two thousand fourteen, there was no video footage to show it happened in the officer didn't face charges. So the family came out and Please request thought you know there's a movement that police can wear body cameras that was pushed even further by President Obama also saying that this should be the change for the future. Then there were federal grant setup to help departments pay for them. So you did have this big increase in police departments trying to help their relationship with the community and saying, Hey, we're going to have body cameras now but I mean that was present fourteen and I feel like we're still at the same place which. Is why I wanted to do this report and look into how do they work and why are we still at the same place and it really comes down to how different departments are using the cameras zero zillion talk a little bit about that and just to give our listeners a sense of how broadly there used. I, know you mentioned those grants to the Justice Department awarded place apartments in thirty states more than twenty three, million dollars for body Cam. So how many police officers actually use them? That the data right now, when you look at the statistics, it's looking like about half of our nation right now has officer some way or another obviously is hard to be exactly of small apartments, large departments but right now the idea looks like about half the country has law enforcement wearing some kind of camera or has tested out cameras some. In some way I, mean issues basic the you have officers wear cameras people will change their behavior when they know they're being recorded right there's more trust now when they're when there's a cameras more accountability these really lofty goals for one piece attack at there have been a few snags along the way. Of them being cost of storage because you have all these officers recording when they come into a situation every day. So figure, every officer has maybe three or four hours of recording everyday they have to store in the cloud. Well, how long are they storing that and how much is needing to be saved It's all different depending on every single up police department. So sometimes, it's months sometimes years and you're looking at costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. One department only had five police officers in the little town of Nebraska, and they were looking at something around fifteen grand. A year and this is like not folk is not feasible for every department to pay this because those those grants we talked about they don't cover ongoing storage costs. So some departments have been pulled out of using them because they don't see it's it's useful for them to be paying for it because the storage storage is definitely issued cost is an issue. These unforeseen costs are a real. Red Flag but bring it back to you know the ultimate idea that these cameras were supposed to bring accountability and to prove relations with the community was twenty and we're still protesting about police brutality Take things are worse than they ever are they have been. So what happened how did they fail to accomplish that goal? I wouldn't call them an outright failure, but it certainly is a failure in A. Couple of aspects one It goes back to how these tools are being used for one A officers have the ability for the most part right now to start and stop the recording on their own because they they really feel like you should have that kind of freedom. Do you really want a camera to be always turned on in every instance? No not when you're visiting someone at the hospital Having a private conversation or just you know having your lunch that said, what are the punishments if you don't hit that record button when you were supposed to or finding that there isn't a lot of incentive to do the right thing or I should say you know punishment if you miss a recording when you're supposed to at least that's what a lot of the researchers I talked to were saying that. If if you don't activate your camera, you know what's the consequence for that That's that's one area that's missing. Other area that that's missing is how can the public get access to this footage to be accountable? You countless studies have been done, and most recently they looked at all the studies and said, all right. What's the data we're seeing that there are fewer complaints against police officers. That's a good thing. We're seeing that police officers have footage to say, Hey, look I was justified that this was a false complaint against me. Great cameras are showing the truth in different aspects but a cameras show every angle of the story that happened and the cameras only as good as being able to release the footage. So some researchers I talked to said. We WanNA. See more data on can the public access when they want to receive some change now in New York City the mayor said that anytime now there is an incident where someone killed or seriously injured they will release footage but for a while there was this law that said, they don't have to release anything. We'll as a camera that you know. So so that's really the problem. I it comes down to not having a uniformed a set of rules or standards on win. This footage can be released in how it can be used. To the point of consistency, you mentioned New York City Mayor de Blasio a changes law he's fairly alone. He's he's sort of serve an isolated case right? Because the the rules are very greatly I don't think there's any kind of national mandate to be more transparent about when they released this footage ride, we're starting to see changes win the public points, their camera at a situation and out that officers didn't have their cameras turned on over in. Louisville when there was a shooting at the restaurant owner those officers who did not activate. Their cameras were put on leave a might my questions are okay they're put on leave but they're suspended. Where are you know the the more serious deterrence there? You know what's happening people are losing their jobs over it out win when government realized that the spotlight's on them you know but we have to look at what's going on in terms of using them. There is some technology though that is kind of starting to change that part of it like having a camera automatically turn on when it senses something's happening it could be win a Taser guns pulled out of a holster. It could be also not so serious like when it detects a police vehicle going at a certain speed or detects other kind of check marks author software so that Way If an officer is in the heat of the moment and can't remember to turn on their camera. It does it for them There's also talk about live streaming. So some of the cameras are able to have a superior back at home base tap into what that officer is seen in real time. That is a great advantage. When something serious is going down, they get a real time feedback. But. It's something that they're also can be push back with with police unions going wait a second I don't want someone seeing what I'm doing all times I don't live streaming only a few departments really have started to use livestream I. Think Cincinnati was one of the first that used the teaser brand of version of livestream on their cameras, and that was just February so very early for that technology but there's a lot of talk about that.
How live coding can level up your development (Jesse Weigel)
"So I, want to switch gears and talk about live coding, which is something that you do. You are a youtube live coding streamer for free coat cab, which sounds terrifying. How did you get into voting? So when I was at this job, it was at a university I. decided that I wanted to collaborate more with the computer science department. I wanted to help the computer science students start to build a resume before they graduated and I thought it would be cool to get some of their ideas because I knew my own gaps in my learning, not having a computer science degree. So I thought we can kind of help each other out in the maybe they would have a lot of knowledge that I didn't, and I would have more practical not. That, they hadn't yet acquired about just like getting things done in making live in applications. So I decided to record myself doing some work and then put a link to it in the the facebook group for the Computer Science Club. And My boss thought that was a good idea and you said, yeah, let's let's do that and I had always been developing everything I. Could Open source on get hope anyway. So that wasn't really an issue and I did some live streams and I didn't I'd never livestream anything before like I really didn't know what I was doing the first live streams were. You couldn't see the code even the the the video quality was terrible the phone I had two small. So it was, it was pretty bad So I went on the Free Co Camp Forum and I a post saying. Just. Here's what I'm trying to do, and I don't know what I'm doing. If anyone has some time, please check out one of my live streams and at appreciate any advice that you have. And I ended up getting a bunch of people watching and giving advice. But probably, the most important view that I had was from Bo Corns who's in charge of the Youtube Channel for Free Code. camp. Alcohol. had asked if I would be interested in doing. Some live coating on the Free Co Camp Channel and I. You know, of course, 'cause my channel, add maybe three subscribers at the time in the Free Co. camp. Channel at the time had maybe somewhere between fifty thousand, one, hundred, thousand subscribers gone up significantly since then we're over a million. Maybe three years ago. So after I did that Quincy who's the head of recode camp also, ill, he watched the stream and he said I really like this and new said, you know you could do this? You know however many times a week you one. So I started live coding for at least an hour a day five days a week. Monday through Friday. How? Is a lot of time that is dedication yet in would really helped was I lies streamed my work. So it wasn't prepared beforehand or rehearse. It was whatever I had to work on that day. I would try to pick whatever I thought would be the most exciting in helpful for other people to see. And I would lie stream that portion of my work. And they were real projects that I was working on, and thankfully you know my boss was just super excited about it and saw this as a great opportunity for publicity for the university. which it really was for a tiny university in Ohio, the logo of the university was seen by people all over the world. So we definitely got some publicity and we also got a lot of people contributing code. So since it was open source. We had a nice community of developers from all over the world that would contribute code. Actually, add a developer. Believe was fourteen years old when he started watching the show from the Himalayas was one of the top contributors on most of the projects and he was so good. He's fine. The Best Coder I've ever worked with. He was so good. I would be in the middle of a livestream talking through a problem of. So here's what, I'm trying to do and I would look over the live chat and there would be five or six messages in all caps saying check my request. And I would look. In, he would have already solved the problem in submitted requests. Yeah It was so. He would often call me out on things. I was doing wrong and I tell you I. I kept in mind all the time. How young he was. I if it were an older person, I may not have taken it so well. A. Little Bit. Yeah. It it did. But I just imagined that he was young. US very excited about what he was doing us very skilled. With it and to be honest, I love what up so much during the live streaming so much more than I ever thought I mean, well. I never thought anybody would really watch it maybe a few computer science. So like. Like maybe one or two people watching to now having hundreds of people you're watching, live all typing and contributing code, and then my work day changed dramatically. It went from me coding most of the day on my own to me spending my mornings, reviewing pool requests in merging them, and then spending my afternoons live coding. And that was like my daily work, we would regularly have you know maybe. Somewhere between like five and a dozen contributors to each one of the projects that I was working on and I, I'd like to think that it was a pretty fair exchange that I would. I would give a shoutout to everybody that contributed in review their pool requests on on air just to let people know what they had done. So I kinda helped. These people who were volunteering their code, build up their portfolios and get some exposure on the Free Code Camp Channel, and then in turn they helped make my projects better. And and I learned so much because I couldn't merge
Trump nomination to be held in private, convention spokesperson says
"President Donald Trump expected to formally received a nomination for president at the Republican National Convention, but things are going to be very different this year. That's because the RNC in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be closed to the press. Convention spokesperson saying is because of covert 19 safety precautions like social distancing and limited capacity. But CNN's reporting parts of the convention maybe Livestreamed And
"livestream" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"Been tracking it all away and yes, it's got here so. This must have cost you. You guys a fortune to send. That's really amazing. Thank you so much a really decent people. And they're always contributing on on the show. They're always getting in touch on instagram and everything else and and yeah. Really decent people. Thank you so. Mine mine because I'll be generous and give them to you. And then these are for Bryce. Know now those goals. Because they brought those because then pine. So? Balas got pepper, Jack. Prices got the original cheese. And I've got the Pretzel Eminem's, but you love him so much share some of this pressure on them I. Think we'll probably shave. Get Pretzel Eminem's here either guys on the see this place. I don't know why they keep all the good stuff i. Know me neither, but seriously. Thank you so much. It's so this. May My day almost remember day almost? So you've got to promise me something. I promise I'll every single. You've got to promise me something now. Though and I won't share any with the dog. You've got to promise me something though. You don't eat those during the rest of the show because. Listeners not going to be happy. Okay! Be! No we'll. We'll take polls now so that you can have some, and then we'll come back in a couple of seconds, and then again well, it'd be seconds for the list. We'll come back after you've made yourself sick. She's it's awesome. And, by the way we've also setting up a video chat with John Melinda as well so that you can say thank you in person. I saw someone that's happened. Right Jesus. Possibly, Sunday? Cool. I don't think we have new plans. No, no, I think we're pretty safe. On our diary at the moment. This is so cool. You guys okay. We'll be back after allocate some. Belly. Okay so let's get on with the show now shall we? You put those cheese? It's done all right. Okay. I'll put them down. Thank you right, okay, we're GONNA move on with the show now. Names. Keep your hands off my. They're not being. You guys probably know that a little. While ago, we did a chart event called livestream for the cure, and we had loads of listeners, but believe it or not. The listeners that we had were mostly people who are not regular listeners to the show and I know I got a lot of messages from listeners, saying they really sorry that they couldn't turn up because of the time. It was etc. ETC, so we're going to play that for you now. It's a little bit of a cop because we've been busy and come back to work, but we are. You know we're going to. To play this for you now. So this is our show that we did for the low stream for the cure event. In case you didn't join us. Have listen to this really really cool. You're going to enjoy, and it's really a flashback to some of our favorite episodes Oh and I should say before we get started as well. Thank you to all of our listeners. Who Did Union and who did donate? Because we absolutely smashed our target and the epic film guys who organized the event? Smash their target too, so we did absolutely amazing. Thank you to everyone and here it is. Hey everybody and welcome to a special edition of the weird wacky wonderful stories podcast. Hi, everybody, so you've got us for the next fifty minutes. Yeah, and I got to put over you for the rest of my life on US charts and not as yeah well. Let's say only got to do fifty minutes. Wow I know. Tell me about it, but we got to try and get on the right side because we're gonNA. Be asking them for money. During this show, that sounds wrong. Yeah okay well, not asking money because we're here today and really honored and proud to be able to be part of this this special event livestream for the cure. We know that the epic film guys have been working really hard to get this organized, so we want to make sure we do them justice, and also we want to make sure that we can tempt you guys inter-party. Some of your hard earned money to benefit. What is an amazing 'cause so what we usually do? We usually regale stories of the weird Wacky I'm wonderful. We interview people they can be. They can be scientists who also we we've got all scientists revived. Teachers revered experiences, tastes David People. US We normally back it up with a little bit of stupid. You, gotTa make equal. If someone really intelligent on their like a professor telling us about somethin', we gotta bring it back down because all those people just going to switch off now. Easy think well. I'm telling myself right, okay? Because I was thinking you were GonNa say something flattering like I was smarten. You weren't so that we balance each other out, but. No. You didn't go there. A cut if you want now living in C.. By knows where I am on the Totem Pole. oops, okay on my astrum, explaining to delay on. Yeah, but we are here hopefully to entertain you for the next fifty minutes or so and we decided to share with you. Some of favor interview site the three years. We've been running the weird wacky wonderful stories podcast. It's funny, because sometimes it seems like wow, it's been three years now times like Oh, my God! It's been three years. Yeah? It's definitely a labor of love. You know I've never worked for three years straight without earning a penny. Well, that's some dedication to the job is yeah. I'm glad that you recognize that I'm. Willing to work for free, but I was thinking I work a lot harder on you for nothin', but no, no for another point on should Jeez. Let's get on with the clip you ain't going to be. I think you'd better play that Clip I. She wanted to be in the dog. Will I think we'll okay. We'll start with a clip from a really funny show. Our guest was mark who is also journalist from my Country of Wales in the UK your country. When is King? Okay, okay, the country I live in Marcus Tyler about ghosts from his book Ghosts of Wales accounts from the Victorian archives. The back of your book. It says on the that this fifty. Hey, raisin and sometimes comical real life accounts. Can you share comical one with us? I'm glad you asked that. Because my favorite story in the entire book is a comical one and the reason I love this story so much is that when I first pitch the idea of this book to my publisher, my exact words to them with that. Some of the stories that I found in the archives sound like the plot from an episode of Scooby Doo Cartoon and What I! Meant by that is that they were criminals and their kids, and there are people at the time messing around pretending to be ghosts, and literally mean the gang of Pesky kids in. The sixties camp event. Driving around with the talk masks of people, but what I meant was, is that some of the.
"livestream" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale
"Hey Jeffrey Craner here so back in two thousand thirteen. We wrote our very first welcome to Night Vale. Live show called CONDOS, and we haven't performed at sense, but seven years later here we are sheltering safely at home. Wanting to do live shows with you are delightful listeners, so we're bringing you a live streaming performance of condos right to your computerized device. You Can Watch C. so Baldwin Symphony Sanders Mara. Wilson Dylan Meier Meg Bash Winter and disparition perform this classic show just for you watch from your couch or your desk, or in your attic or your dungeon, or from the deck of whatever spaceship just abducted you. The show is at eight. Eight PM Eastern on Thursday July ninth. You can get tickets at welcome tonight. Bill Dot, com, their pay what you can starting at five dollars if you can't make it, keep following us on facebook and at Night Ville Radio on twitter for more announcements, hopefully future live streams, quick story by the Way in Autumn of twenty thirteen Joseph. Fink Meg and see so were in San Francisco, helping to launch the San Francisco Neo futurist theatre company, and they had the idea since we're all together in the same town for several days. What if we found a venue and put up a live show? Joseph wrote the first draft of the script in two. Two days and put the call out on twitter for a venue booksmith bookstore in Haight Ashbury, raised their hand, and we did to back to back sold out shows in one night there. Meanwhile, I was back in New York City working my day job with no remaining vacation days to us so I could not go, but imagine my shock when I saw the photos of our actual fans packed tight into the booksmith adoring eyes fixed on, I knew we had a big listenership, but seeing the pictures of all of you, and hearing, Joseph and Meg stories about this magnificent event was such an overwhelming feeling, one of my fondest memories of my life. Life isn't event. I didn't even get to experience in person I. can't even imagine how great it was for those of you who are actually there needless to say I'm very excited to bring condos back to life while we can't watch together in the same room, we can still relive the touching stories of seesaw and Carlos here the faceless old woman from just over our shoulders, and we've even added a new part for two Meka Flynn I hope you will join us for our condos livestream next Thursday July ninth at eight PM Eastern. Pay What you can tickets starting at five dollars. Welcome to Night Vale Dot Com and hey, thanks for everything..
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"livestream" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday
"Think that's your boom wait. We've got one more from altered okay. Well let's jump in. Maybe I mean yes but again. This is like thinkable patriotism and nationalism. So I am. I was born in New York so I'm American. I grew up in Canada so I feel connected to Canada's well and then I moved back to the US and one of the things. I noticed when I was early in my career at Anadarko was would bring a lot of American expats since ended arc was an American company. American experts we come to Canada in the cultural nuances. Were very different. So executive leadership had very American views and the workers have very Canadian views. Neither is good news bad they just are different and that ultimately created a scenario. Where if you look at the world today most American companies have mostly American assets. Most Canadian companies have mostly Canadian assets. Most international companies are the government's the national oil companies. And they're working domestically trying to hire domestic staff for their own domestic energy if you think about three M in the masks that we were exporting and trump was like stopping exporting. Three M'S MASKS TO CANADA. The ninety five mask because we're more interested in nationalism. That is bad. News for companies like Exxon is no longer relevant like it used to be Saudi Aramco's relevant Rosneft is relevant Totality is relevant. Because you have. These massive government led nationalists countries and companies. So does the Canadian and American midstream company going overseas to go build pipe in the Ukraine. Make sense or does a Ukrainian company hiring advisors who happened to be American. Who happened. No things make more sense. Yes and then just. The capital in all of the winds of that resource happened for that local economy. Yes and that one of the ways the US is going to move out of this great depression that we're going to go into by bringing jobs that we had previously sent to China and Vietnam in Thailand for manufacturing bringing those back and yes will that cost more money. Yes but we're going to put national interests first. So that's why I don't believe that. A midstream company has the scope and scale to be able to compete in even apple right apple builds phones. Everyone loves the phones. They have a very sticky brands but wall. Way For said that right. You know the H. U. A. W. E. Chinese company. They have one point three billion people or nationalistic Chinese who are currently buying apple. You don't think the always gonNA move that central phone in really displaced apple. And so that's what the trade war was about in. The first place was allowing US access to the Chinese market but coveted is the perfect example of. Why national interest is always gonNA come first so I really Walter. I really don't see how midstream players have a rule internationally because there's enough capital to invest in those other countries that they don't need our expertise and in particular. Don't need our money. 'cause our government money right now is going to fund. The fiscal stimulus plan in an economy. That's tanking with tax revenues. That are being decreased in a world that WILL HAVE FIFTY MILLION UNEMPLOYED AMERICANS. Nobody's GonNa care about what's happening in the international gas marketed in Columbia. In my opinion I mean and again tax issues and stuff but I would say I would say no. We have a real issue on how people are going to make money because you know there's two certainties life death and taxes except that now taxes if you don't have jobs and you don't have small businesses providing jobs and selling income to pay property taxes which pays the government which pays schools which pays host hospitals which paved roads would build electrical infrastructure. Make Society work when tax revenue drops. You cannot print money to get out of it this solution that we're implementing his bad and stow the MLP growth in yield and stuff. We have so much bigger problems that we're going to have to deal with in the next ten years ultimately as well to me. I think I have to go into politics because I don't know that I trust the leaders. That are there right now to think through how to do it for the best and for the most people so good okay right now. David so I want to Also had a shout thank you once again to God's will for joining us thank March Roger able to join us. Yeah for sure it will hopefully. Hopefully that was fun. That was fun for everyone. I think again your. Your brand is a river in so we're trying to live. Show 'cause it can be a little bit more responsive. Hopefully we touched on. All the questions is always. You can email me. Dr W DOT TODAY DOT COM and I try to answer all the emails in and be as helpful possible If you have suggestions on what to do the show I think we're GONNA continue doing this on Tuesdays kind of around this timeframe and see what we do have guests. Come in as well Until next time thanks for joining US BE SAFE. Be Good have a great week by for.
"livestream" Discussed on a16z
"I'm Lauren Monroe. Since social distancing measures. Were I put in place time? Spent Gaming has gone up seventy five percent during peak hours in this hallway. Style conversation is sixteen Z partner. John Lie joins me to talk about how the stay at home. Movement is fueling gaming. What we're playing and why live streaming is having its moment. Playtime general is up massively across every category of gaming. Pc Games rob steam the world's largest marketplace for digital games steam has been around for twenty years and it's never seen this level of user activity average concurrent users online typically hover around fifteen million it hitting all time record high this past Saturday twenty million concurrent users online tobacco spike of almost fifty percent console games up massively as well what is driving this bake. Obviously we're all at home more. But what other factors are coming into play. So I think what's special about games. Voces other types of media is data. Gaming is most of activity. Set of fans can engage in at the same time. There are moments of levity competition emotional highs and lows over the course of typical gaming session. These abandon moments for people and they create really deep social relationships. It seems like smart game studios are also putting measures into place to encourage more at home play. I know pokemon go changes mechanic's a bit to make it easier for people to play from home changes events to make it as people to play alone absolutely blizzard of water warcraft. Which is the largest and longest in animals of our time and launched a whole series of benefits in quarantine said it? If you're playing by now you actually get double experiences away. Incentivizing people to continue playing the Games. What kinds of games are popular amid this crisis? Are there particular. Titles one game that are highlighted as an example is fairly recent one call of duty warzone which is a new battle royale game from activision that just launched much tent. It ended up being one of the most successful and fastest growing. Pc console game marches in history. Over the course of three days reached fifteen million players and I think it reached thirty million players after two weeks I saw infinity ward had six million players in its first twenty four hours. I think a lot of games that are launching this month major spikes so xbox live which is the multi-player service for xbox consoles. Has It had over? Outages twice over the last week as more users bogged on than the infrastructure can handle and Microsoft because some of the world's best cloud infrastructure. So if they're having trouble it's got to be a lot of people like an. I've read of developers experimenting with ways to include higher player count and larger squads with all these new users. But that's also potentially risky as you mentioned. Nintendo xbox live in discord of all experiences outages within the last month how our game developers responding to this massive influx players. It's a double edged sword on one hand you have unprecedented numbers of users come into your servers and you want to be the support down increase in the number of users concurrently in a sessions one way to try to minimize the sheer number of servers or shoits that you need to spin up four-game but at the same time that come to fits on technical challenges and so. I think everyone's just struggling to keep the lights on discord announced that they increase capacity by twenty percent to keep up with demand and promptly after making that announcement. They had just insult as well. And this isn't something that's just Pacific Games. Netflix food sample just cap to Europe. So in an effort to sort of keep bandwidth down there are no longer streaming and four K. or HDD and it's clearly an attempt to contain cost and continue maintaining the quality service invasive demand. Is there anything surprising that you've noticed? In the types of games you're seeing played more amid the current Ivars Corentin online multiplayer games or the ones that are seeing the most obvious and growth which makes sense because to a fundamentally social games that you play with other people. I actually think that I've VR. Virtual reality might be seen a surge in popularity has a well the whole notion of the IRS predicated and enabling people to escape the real world to virtual reality and even prior to Kobe there were early indicators said in home consumer VI may be turning a corner city. Oculus quest was made to have sold well over a million units before it went on back. Order the valve index which HAP- start the most powerful had set. The date sold out in minutes upon initial. Release Your headset seemed to have finally reached the price point in a in a hardware quality has mass market appeal and then at the same time you have exclusive AAA Games coming to be the first time title was like half life. Alex and half life is arguably valves biggest most exciting. Ip a sci Fi franchise that put them in a map. Initially it's famous for ending the franchise essentially on a cliffhanger and diversification for destroy. Is This half-life Alex Kim? And it's of the exclusive so you can only find out what happens if you buy the headset. And you're playing educational games. Oh actually seen tremendous growth while these stays teachers in schools also holding online classes through discord. I think that's an interesting use case so rather than platforms like zoom. Some returning to APPs that were traditionally gaming platforms like discord or twitch. Y'All think they're picking the platform that audience. So if you're if you're an instructor and you're trying to get kids to come online in order the listen to ap bio or whatever subject matter. You're teaching. It's going to be easier to convince them online at you pick discord because chances are they already used this play games so discord actually just made a number of mood specifically the help educators come on the platform as usual limited screen chain from ten fifty users. So you can accommodate larger class sizes and in this case. The actual friction is on teaching the instructors. The teachers themselves how to use the scored one thing in these gaming platforms. Is that as we've seen with video conferencing the natural rhythm of the conversation off. It's difficult to respond interrupting symptoms. It's difficult to interject when it comes to learning how to have a live interactive conversation online. Ironically I think gamers have received way more training in that area and almost any other demographic because the very nature of are playing a game and chatting with discord or interacting with live steam. It's basically a constant active juggling foreground. Vos's background activity and so being able to context which okay. I'm listening to the lecturer to now. I have a question and we're GonNa talk about this question. This is something that game owes and live steamers in particular. Have a lot of experience with. I think it's interesting to think about how this might become an increasingly more critical skill and society. As more teams and Janelle folks started working in learning remotely comparison traditionally. You're saying Gamers may actually be prepared for this future whereas perhaps those of us who are not gamers may have a steeper learning curve. Right John I want to talk about. Who is playing? I think a lot of people have the conception that because schools canceled in many places. It's a lot of it is teens and kids playing video games. The average age of a GAMER ON LEAGUE OF LEGENDS FOOD SAMPLE. Actually skews penalty owed. I think it's something in the twenties or thirties. Go FOR TIME. It's crept up and so you have a a mix of adults. You have a lot of kids that are deathly plane since about a score and I think one of the neat thing is that you have families that are coming together and playing games potentially for the first time. Who'S APPOINTING DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS? And which is a tabletop fantasy. Pg has actually seen massive growth as well over the course of quarantine. In these turbulent times he ended up having a lot of folks that are playing the zoom in House party hours broadcast live streaming sites. Which is up thirty four percent just in the last week. If you're not familiar it's a tabletop. Game or a group of People Vo play a story and that story is often created just by another player of the game. It's a giant Improv. Putty essentially. I think it's important to remember that. There's this whole new audience that is rediscovering gaming. As adults after a lot of people are coming back the game as a result of Being House. Sit Down and they were discovering that even though they may not have a console or gaming. Pc they actually already have awesome. Gaming device on them pudgy mobile which is mobile vision of our player. Unknown battlegrounds reported increased revenue over fifty percent. Just in the last week compared to the pilot week one of the largest mobile games in the world ten cents on keen's glue from an average baseline of sixty million daily active users over one hundred million plus in February at the height of coin teen in China. And that's sixty percent plus growth which is pretty amazing. Given how bikes that game was to begin with essentially have a lot of new gameshows V. discovering that the gaming device in an apartment. They're smart and some of these. Newcomers may be traditional sports fans as in real life games. Sporting events have been canceled. Some of these leagues and teams have moving online to a digital format so about a week ago the MBA tyrant cancelled games. I think it was the XS. The Dallas Mavericks. They took him and they actually turned it into an NBA two K. Which is the video game equivalent of the beer and it was live stream on twitch forever you into watch gets very tricky for me when I see an NBA star played a virtual persona in a video game well and as NBA players have been put in isolation. I think many of them have been turning to gaming. There was a call of duty tournament for Miami. He players that was also broadcast twitch. Nascar just replaced cancelled races with the first ever NASCAR series. Will you essentially piloting four east coast and bought back a lot of eastern legends like the EARNHARDT? Junior drive those race cars so professional racecar drivers are competing against each other in racing simulation software. Could East sports be a gateway to turn non Gamers Gamers? It's a bit of a hybrid between traditional video games and that live crowd driven competitive event remains to be seen think he asked the perspective that you're having audience that may have never actually watched. Nba Two K. Or fee for food sample any of these sports video games that are now exposed to that and might actually think it'll be interesting if I'm how many of these NBA players one. How many can build large sports followings? Dan To sports following actually ended up being larger than life following. I think that would be a real success. Story A brave new world that's live streaming absolutely so the analytic site solid. Now actually just released a couple of didn't incites the high level headline twitches essentially having the biggest month of his history broadcast hours also by thirty five percent open last week. Compared to the average of the fire three weeks and Sunday ended up being an all time record. Quaker forty seven point. Seven million hours watched why this rise in live streaming poet that could be due to the fact that you have people that are checking out by of steaming for the first time another interesting nugget stat download the twitch APP increased by about thirty percent just in the US alone between the weeks of our March eighth and much fifteenth so a lot of people that are checking it out for the first time. I think a second thing is that lifetime in its unique is the media. Format combines the reach of public broadcast but the intimacy of smog. We've community and what I mean by that is essentially as a livestream or you can reach hundreds of millions of people have single livestream so it is a public broadcast media just like TV or radio but because of the fact that is interactive your viewers can type Union. You can have a conversation with them. You can adapt what you're doing in real time what you've used demand. It feels like a small ugly compensation and you can monetize real time right. That's why people keep the all time if you're doing something that's very popular if you've answered. If a quest people can subscribe to your channel. Subscriptions cost money anywhere from a couple of dollars that way more and so it's interesting is both in engagement and monetization model of food influencers these days. It's it's kind of a hybrid of Youtube and tick tock in that you can amass this online following you can be streaming live but you can also be monetize instantly. That's why on Youtube and Tech Talk Tampa you put these content and then you upload it and then you have to wait and see what happened to not actually getting that much in terms your time. Ppac tectonic a slightly more of your time and then because the video is shorter and people can buy. You can comment the quickly after the upload something but live streaming platforms so unique in the sense that you are literally performing real time for live audience and you're getting your feedback justice at your stage performer in life in Vietnam given either clapping and throwing tomatoes that you wrote but digital tomatoes..
"livestream" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
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"livestream" Discussed on On The Media
"Regularly scheduled mid week Oh. TM podcast the process called Truth and reconciliation has played out in many places but but in many different forms the D. Not certification of post World War Two Germany commenced an ongoing seventy four year reckoning of the layers of culpability in German society but was long marked by shame and retribution in South Africa by contrast through restorative justice in Serbia you the commission to confront Bosnian genocide was shut down shortly after it was chartered mired in the very identity politics that triggered occurred the brutal Balkan wars and now there is Gambia the tiny west African nations seeking to document the corruption and atrocities under the twenty two year rule of fugitive ex President Yahya Jammeh culprits have testified one after another with gruesome accounts of political. The violence streamed live to transfix a nation on broadcast especially social media Julie Tucker wits is a New York Times reporter working in West Africa and she's been reporting on the story Julie Welcome to A. T. M. Thanks thanks so much for having me. Yahya Jammeh was was a particularly brutal president of Gambia for twenty two years before he was voted out of office in two thousand sixteen what was life life like in Gambia under his rule he came to power in nineteen ninety four following a coup before that the country had really been seen and as a model of democracy on the continent at a time when many countries were living under authoritarian rulers so he came in and he really had a talent I think for obscuring the truth he at one point claimed to have invented a cure for AIDS leads and in fact took many people with HIV and ask them who live on his compound and gave them a supposed cure Abbadi body rub and a banana yummy has he says received a mandate to cure AIDS as long as it's on the Thursday and he says he can cure asthma as long as it's on a Saturday he sent his soldiers to hunt down people but he accused of being sorcerer's his reign involved the jailing of a lot of suspected dissidents the disappearances of journalists he was a brutal ruler by many accounts but he did sort of make the trains trains run on time right. He was credited for big improvements in infrastructure and let's just say order no yes. This is a very important point. He had many supporters and still continues to have many supporters because he brought on agricultural improvements to the country he you brought up roads to the country. He brought education to the country and this support but now he doesn't Elson have Jama in the country. Pick Kasese on the run where is he is an Equatorial Guinea where where is he. He is an Equatorial Guinea. At the very end of twenty sixteen eighteen. He lost an election and after initially sort of refusing to accept the results he fled the country and he's an Equatorial Equatorial Guinea where the the president has vowed to protect him and the president himself this is the president of Equatorial Guinea he has been seen partying with your and Congolese pop star among other sort of times in which Jonah has been seen publicly lead to be living by most appearances quite happily and he's probably out of reach of Gambian law right extradition. It really isn't in the picture then we need to be political pressure from other nations to make that happen all right so twenty two year reign of terror you're and now a renewed democratic regime is trying to repair the damage that Gemma wrought through do a truth and Reconciliation Commission who's running the process and what are they seeking to achieve this truth. Commission was was created by the legislature. It's not a trial. The point of it is to investigate what happened over the past couple a couple of years in this country and during this process which is expected to take two years there is a lead questioner his his name is Essa Fall and he along with other questioners will be publicly interviewing perpetrators as well as witnesses assists as well as victims. Now one of the key individuals in this process is the attorney general his name is Mr Tim do and he we'll have to decide who is prosecuted in who's going to be held responsible in a country where so many people were involved. Can you hold everybody responsible will and Mr Tambourine has said No. You can't hold everybody responsible because they need people to testify as to what happened and in order to get people to testify testify they have sort of put out a a carrot of amnesty to some of these perpetrators who are coming in saying I did these terrible. Things may be given amnesty stayed at the end. This is one of them. A high ranking official under gem is regime is name is Malik Johta. He participated in that squad right. Yes he did Molly Genita- was part of centrally. The presidential police force called the jugglers. He admits to killing of definitely one of the best known journalists in Gambia in two thousand four. This man's name was data he Dara when day he closed the newspaper was driving to his employees home and was shot by an unknown assassin and and it turns out that the unknown assassin was molly Johta and a couple of others who were with him when he never stopped. He drove through the streets did you Malaita admits to shooting. He says something to the effect of I shot and he says I'm sorry and hangs his head and shoulders. You used to kill your own brothers. Your fellow Gambians Harmless Citizens Correct Unsa loud and clear and this was only one of several confessions of assassinations that he made during these multiple hours of confession among the the many political assassinations that have been uncovered and testify about in these hearings are the deaths of two American citizens who were they and why were they in gem sites so the two American citizens who disappeared in Gambia via in two thousand thirteen are Haji see say an Ebou job. These were two men they had grown up in Gambia. I'm more familiar a million with the story about Haji spoke at length with his mother she had moved to the US to become college educated eventually set up a life in Houston got married. They had returned to their country. Their family says to set up a business and they were in gem. mm-hmm is sites according to some of his hit men because he believed that they were organizing a coup against them a here's another Juggler Omar Jallow describing exactly what he did. I would caution that. This is very difficult. Tape to listen to nobody. Nobody stood in front of us. When they are Jama Johann Bigger Lenny Ralian dog at lane? I dug it. He said Jamie has given the other that that the kid and there should be chopped into pieces co chopped into pieces and that's what they did. These hearings as you say are going to go on for two years. One woman expected to testify later in twenty nineteen is a Gambian beauty pageant azure winner fuck Tufa Jello who recently told journalists about being assaulted by the experts say to me. I can can get any woman I want. Who Do we think you are to reject me and he grabbed me by and Kourtney into another room roomed locked the door and I was screaming at this point? I was trying to be as loud as I can. He say to me. No one is going to hear you know one is here to save you. It is only very recently that country's has started to livestream so Gambia is not necessarily the first to do it. Tunisia did did it Columbia right. Now is in the midst of doing it. However there's limited information about exactly sort of how popular those streams streams have become this one it seems has really become extremely popular in Gambia and had incredible reach because not only is it a small country where everybody knows? Everybody and everybody wants to know everything about everybody but also there. There's high level of cell phone access end on top of that perpetrators confessing and that's probably the top one I spoke with Truth and reconciliation expert in Edwards Gonzales and he has sort of said that his view that seems to be why this one has really taken off because not all truth commissions interview and publicly interview her traders and that seems to be why this livestream which is not completely singular but is certainly part of a new you era of truth telling that seems to be why this one has garnered so much attention these hearings unsurprisingly gripping Gambia must see TV eh but they're not universally welcomed many JEMMA supporters. You've written are dismissing the testimony as either invented or exaggerated or just irrelevant next to Gemma's record to build up the country. How big is his base of support? I think that's really really important to note that. This is not someone who is being sort of universally condemned either internationally nationally or within his own country and that really despite the evidence of many of these terrible acts despite testimony that he ordered order these actions there many people who support him either because he was able to twist the truth or because as as you say people do not necessarily think that these terrible actions outweigh the good things that he did. I spent quite a bit of time interviewing people on the streets in the community of Syrup Kunda which is really right outside of the Capitol and there were people there who didn't think that the testimony was relevant to their lives or didn't believe it. I met some of those not not a ton but I met some of those people but then when I travelled out to the the countryside Gambia is is not a very big country. I mean it's only two million people all along the highway which I was told that he was responsible in school for building there were small communities small villages several of which were flying many many many many green green flags which are flags that show support for Djaama's party which is the APRC into really shows how there's division in this small country over what exactly happened and what should be the legacy of this person and what essentially what is the truth in our country when when you have an authoritarian -tarian regimes start to toy with facts you get lots of people on lots of different pages about the reality what is the reality of what actually happened and once you sort of lose sight of a singular narrative in a nation trying to actually get it back is really difficult. Bolt Gambia is a very small country it's far away from where many of our readers live but I think that a lot of the things that people in Gambia are going through. The people in other countries are going through and I think that's why we all have something to learn from this process Julie. Thank you very much. Thank you the Julie Toco. It's is reporter for the New York Times. We spoke to her from Senegal in West Africa. That's it for this week's.
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"Uh-huh. On this week's episode of the cryptovest livestream. Sustain number of syllables, so it's fine. Welcome to this week's. Livestream s I've changed my is I'm not getting the same as I was on today's video, so it is eight pm London time as it always is. When I go live on a Friday evening, I'm your host, Chris Coney, nobody. The host of the cryptovest. You'll regular dose of news and commentary on bitcoin cryptocurrencies and Blockchain's. So this is the casual weekly livestream for those you like the longer form content rather than the snappy news I do in the weekday is also supposed to be a call in show. I say, supposed to be because for several weeks, nobody's called in and actually for the last couple of weeks, the guests hasn't even tend up. Although this week I have the guest on Skype waiting to come on the show. It's gonna work this week though there. Excuse me. So actually today's guest is from chronology, which is this project. It's temporal innovation on the they're in blockchain. Meaning, you know, introducing time elements into theory transactions like delaying scheduling it, making it recurring whatever. So we're gonna talk to him about that. I actually covered that Invidia about two weeks ago. When they first launched their integration with micro Todo calm. And I showed the scheduling integration in Lhasa type of stuff. Bottom, we'll get into questions and in a little last, the guy works, right. So how'd y'all do in what we got then in the chat today l. few you've turned up on time? That's a miracle. Good. Thank you. So what we got, we just got new Kutu new subscribers before we went lives. Those nice the future money show. Hello. From the US North Carolina's in the house. Senator Duke fide. Fine. How you mean final five. Normally, these jacket messes up the the camera because it's got the detail on what we're doing. Sixty frames per second again, this week to set the might not want to know that a lot dialed the Bank with down a bit because then we can stream on twitch at the same time. Speaking of that, the the do twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch twitch. Yes. It is working. There's no one in the Twitter chat room. I now bought, you know, less week I was talking about what I really need is an integrated chat tool. So I can pull in the twitch chat and the YouTube tat and just, you know, be able to see everyone at once rather than flipping between platforms. Well, found one, and we're on the cusp of getting it because if we go over to forever to patriots. There are a number of goals on the patriot page. So let's go over there. Now as the cryptovest patriots page. We are so close the gateway ninety nine percent of the way there to getting Facebook live streaming on the go. So one more person, please join his a patron, and then we'll be able to get Facebook live streaming symbol tenuously during the week. They livestream and also the same tool allows me to stream on Facebook symbol. Tena Slee also has this old in one chat feature thing, which means we should. We should. We should be able to have Facebook viewers. Twitch viewers and YouTube. You is bull Chang and coming into the same place so I can reply to everyone in the same place. It's good because normally it's only the YouTube grad against the loaf, which ain't fair. Just any fair is there's no fan. So so fan. So someone joins the patron with you in Texas over a hundred percent threshold is the first goal right? Anyway, scream bosses back. I think before traders still the stream busts on his last legs. So sending super Jess tapes, crypto tips, whatever to kill the stream. Boston take the crown heredity. So what else? The ways of intros
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"It is. So this is linked in the video description as well. Again, this is the new in a bitcoin lining that work while it from lightning laps. And as you can see a setup morning, it's it's actually huff sinked with the blockchain. I have a lightning channel open here with about whatever is ninety, nine pounds in it. So this is gonna. This is putting on the bitcoin test net. So what is going to let me do us to do is send lightning transactions back and forth to each other on the test net. Live on the to see how quick this is. Now cheat. This is now you do need to have this open Ronin and have it sinked with the blockchain. So I did post it in the in the livestream event description. So that's why I get it out running beforehand so it can sink what it ready. So we'll do that in a bit. But if you if you wanna get to play the lightning transfat game. So we could send some tests net coins, back-and-forth download it and get it sinking or right now. Okay. People starting to vote on the content. That's Excellent. Let's see what else we've got here. Next week I'm intending to get the wheel of fortune working so well that will do is allow us to rent them me select stuff to talk about on the eh, say the I use, I can think for that is to to get a bunch of cryptocurrency coins, pulled them on the wheels, spin, the wheel, whichever one wins, that's the one that will do technical analysis on only so allows pretty cool. What was I gonna be here for some sponsors periodically at random in order to support the show. So it is pretty cool. There's a potential in jet. My after, put him on a skiing us away for it. Let's let's see. So Jamie's getting a time out. So that's the warning anymore trolling and your band out, right? That's that's an we've got a bunch of new stories to about. So thankfully, any beds can you add none of the above to the NewsPoll. No, that would don't vote is the idea that shake hitting the wheel of fortune all the wheel of deck, nickel analysis, I suppose, and whatever. You know what we think we can do there already. Some patrons signed up so I could hit that and see if that Zakum up on the screen replay that there you go. So there's a patriots signed up this week. That's Jose who signed up with the nineteen pounds. Patronage, let's denies it was to be. Have this run Jimena sign up. So. I'm able to do this before, but these new patrons this week. And then we have another five dollar patriot which is mode house. So there will be in the credits for the show and they go. That's one talking about in terms of the. So the events box thinking, if you're only name in lights, do some at dispose street goo goo goo cocoa. So let's let's let's let's let's let have for is pretty good. Sweet as let's see any questions in the chat wino- dash donation on the crypto donation link because his powered by coin base. And the reason I used the coin base integration it because they haven't integration. They haven't API and I need an API in order to the the streaming system to pick up when it crypto donation goes in, right? I didn't have a developer on staff to have, hey, we go, there we go look at that any goes to straighten with a ten dollar donation. So after a few seconds, we're going to damage to the stream boss. They go, boom, ten dollars, Peja and what we're gonna get. Silver coins are going to go in the jail. There they go, silver coins, straighten the tip jar and Bosh. Jamie diamond goes down. Two, seven thousand seven hundred and five hit points..
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"You as in brand become so valuable that that brand is almost more important than your core business to for example you get on a livestream and you just do you know new shoe fridays and all you do is you talk about the new shoes that are coming out that we cravat month that i think about that industry but he just do that and let me tell you why folks ton you wanna talk about opportunities nobody's doing this stuff when i say nobody's doing this stuff the people that are live streaming now the amount of people the amount of channels that are being live streamed are about the same amount of people that were on facebook in the first year or on instagram in the first year and what does that mean that means that in those days right a hundred thousand even a million users all everybody's on facebook that wasn't true we had billions yet to come billions and that's what's going on with live streaming we're seeing so many of these people cut you know these consumers cut court they're getting away from cable television they're getting away from you know traditional subscription packages but guess what they had these massive seventy two inch flat screen tv's sitting in their living rooms and believe it or not they are starving for content and where are they getting it they're getting it for free on youtube video on live me that's where they're getting it.