17 Burst results for "Martin Bailey"

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"I'm you know, my brother was in the in the military, and he when I was a kid one of the first things I recall him bring bringing back for me was a silk wallet with which go to print of the Golden Gate Bridge on I was really I'm like, I'm still like knee high. And I I was really proud that. My brother was off overseas. Getting you know, going to say things. So it was nice to actually go. And and photograph it myself, although the friend, I think at the time it was with a friend nine Jack Andries who runs a an IT company to and very very good friend. I'm, but it was it was nice to go. And I think that, you know, the they're all places, of course, in in San Francisco in in a lot of California that I'm I think people still enjoy visiting maybe not quite as I Connie because as like the Empire State and things like that. But yeah, it's it's a nice place. I think in the in the bay area here, the Silicon Valley San Francisco Bay area, I think San Francisco itself, the city of Cisco is Arlene Mark thing, especially if you look at it from from Treasure Island, you know, back on it is, you know, that's the city is conic is our landmark so guys. I wanna I wanna do a couple of things. Martin while we were rolling in interview, you mentioned as you were talking about your captured one in ambassador, the you mentioned you have you have a bunch of training and tutorials out. What's what's the deal with those because I didn't even know about that? And I've been sort of scouring for for different voices beyond David Grover because he's the expert, but I wanted to present with what are yours about. Well, I I basically a couple of years ago when I first switched from right room. I decided as as obviously people that are doing the sort of things that we do do that. I was gonna documented and so I started with a discussion about how I tested catch Awan. And and I I was very very impressed with the image quality. And I did a few things I spent an afternoon check in that. I was able to do a lot of the stuff that I needed to do. And there are a couple of things that it doesn't do as well as light room. But there. Were. I mean, some of the key things like image quality, which is pretty important for if Dogra. They are so detail in images that I'd never seen before I didn't even know existed. And so I decided to jump ship basically been documented for the last two three years and kind of your jury your journey from light room. Yeah. I mean, most of them are two to'real. But if you use the Scholten link and be paid AC slash c o two to'real that will take you to page that lists all of the spicing search for the tag. But it will take you to a page that lists all of the do Oriels. And most of them have a post the video, and it people don't have to rewind put a link to that and description and the blog post. Thanks. Thank you. But yeah, their own videos and of how I jumped ship some of them are tutorials intellectually help you jumping ship others. More about the new features and things that you can do like one of them is to make a black a beautiful black and white photo are really like nice contrast black and whites. And so the one of the Oriels woke she through how to do that. I always used to use the used to be Nick the Nick software. It was Google now. It's is it the dick. So has it now used to your silver affects pro and color, fax pro quantum law on my landscape work. My haven't had to use it for the last three is since jumping ship. So I I do everything now pretty much Nantou nine point nine percent of my image is of processed only capture womb, and that saves me from say from having to save a all stops me from having to save a tiff for a PS file of the ages as well. So have you enjoyed it? Have you have you left? The ecosystem of the the creative cloud yet. Are you? You know, I still have the creative cloud..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"It was two blocks away from not too. What a what a tragedy? Oh my God. That was two blocks Notre Dame that we had that. That was crazy. That is crazy. And thank you for that dinner, by the way, that was delicious. So let's dive right into this. So Notre Dom the just to set the stage for people that may not know what happened Notre Dame is a cathedral in Paris. I took one hundred years to build it over eight hundred years old some things that are notable about this place is that, you know, in in these are the notes shared with you surge that I just took just doing my research to be prepared to talk to you was that this is the place where Joan of arc was beautified. That means he was blessed there. This is a place where Napoleon was made emperor right in in in this location. He goes on and on and on this is the place where the some of the artifacts. There are the the crown of thorns that reportedly adored Christ's head during the crucifixion. So that's there. And luckily that survived as well as they even have one of the nails that were used to crucify Christ. And that is house. There's well, right. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's it's like, you know, which is not really just it's like, the two symbol of Paris. So I mean when I the. Which could be the flame were so high. They look like like nine eleven I to be honest. I was afraid that it was like a terrorist thing, and 'cause that's always really bad for everybody. And and but it was not apparently I mean is still investigating attorneys just next they were renovating. I was actually there in November in the and I was trying to get them photos. But there was so much Catholic than so much paint and renovations there was a lot of chemicals air. So I could imagine that an accident, you know, can be bad. But yeah, the fire caught on weedy high. And luckily to save the two towers, which is really the faith in the flesh. You know, went down. There was sort of to Aero's at went on which really bad, but two main towers still survive. I so the photo of the next morning might someone there. I'm actually flying there on Sunday because I was sued working. I'm still doing workshop. They're just not gonna shoot. Go up to the top of Notre Dame as planned. Yeah. Israeli. I mean, I've been shooting for fifteen sixteen years now, it's a tragedy in the good things, though is that I mean, all the parachute went crazy. You know, donating money six hundred million dollars. I heard was raised in one one night. And the president announced that he wants to have fully billion five years. So, you know, it's such simple for France that you know, they are going in. Yeah. It is. It is a symbol for Francis. A simple for for a lot of the Europe in the world, right? As a symbol of gothic architecture, and you know, other seizures were built based on what they did at Notre Dom, right? Yeah. It was a stigma story with his king of which one from from England visited not says that entered. I wonder same thing that began with Mr. something the Westminster Abbey. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. What's Raby was because the kings? I mean, it's it's unbelievable. I am not a Catholic myself. But the beauty is static and spirituality from the church..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Twins webinar in the twin series talk about capture one to get your thoughts. Yeah. I've had Troy Miller on his wedding photographer down in the southern California riverside area, and he was talking about capture when from a wedding photographer standpoint is a great webinar. Then. We've next month. We've got David Grover coming on whom. I'm sure you David great. Yeah. David. He's he's one of those people. That's forgotten more about the software. I'm sure then I'll ever know. So. So he's coming on to talk about it. And yes should be interesting Joseph. You're you're not using capture one. Are you what do you what do use for your post daily basis? I've used it just for training stuff. But now, I'm using actually the cloud version. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's good. That competitions. Good though, regardless competition yet Joshua Sommerfeldt is in the chat room. And he's been Expedia been trying to migrate over to capture. One and hitting his head against the wall. Trying to learn it there's a little bit of a learning curve. I think trying to get into the app, especially if you've burned in the synapses from other apps, right? So so, but cool all right guys. Let's let's real this interview that did earlier with surgery Milly all about his experiences. And and also some ways that you can contribute to the world of getting Notre Dom restored back to its former glory standby hateful. Talking back to another episode of this week. Week in photo tonight show is all about we try to do topical shows. We try to do, you know technical shows political shows all that all those sorts of things every now, and then something tragic happens that as affecting lots of people photographers included today. I'm lucky enough to have my friend, Mr. surgery million who is a photographer and also a Parisian and Los Angelino resident and he's going to be talking to us about sort of his experiences growing up around Notre Dom in how this tragedy has affected him and some ways that you know, maybe all of us can sort of pitch in to help in and get that treasure back to it's the state of that it was just a couple of weeks ago. Search really welcome to the show, man. How you doing? I'm good. I'm good. Thank you for having me Frederick. Thank you. Thank you much. Yeah. It's my pleasure. My pleasure to have you on you. And I can you know, it's. It's so weird. How fast time goes, right? You and I have known each other for a while. Now, we were just talking before I started recording. And you know, you just what was it five years ago you and I were sitting in Paris to go. Yeah. Because I moved here. Toba doesn't fourteen in you help me get my original. Oh, one visa and we made about a year before. So we made like dozen. I wanna say thirteen. Yeah. Yeah somewhere. Yeah. So it's been almost six years we had that beautiful fish dinner in Paris. Actually, those fantastic..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Welcome on welcome on. It's good to have you also on the shows Josephus Naski. But for some reason justify can't see you hold on. Let me see if I can. Back there you are. You had me you had me there. He is. Right. There of that. Okay. See me and everything how you doing there, buddy. Joseph. How's it going there? What are you doing good? Good him waiting for you to ask them the same question. He asked. Why haven't been honored so long? Why haven't you been because you have divided me, right? See that's how you take the wind out of him. Extortionist? You just you know, out yourself. Been doing good doing way too much traveling the first part of the year. So I'm glad to be back with feet on the ground. Almost didn't even go to any because I've been traveling so much, and I I need to stay home. But last minute sided to go and really glad I did. It was a great show. You went to India, though, man, you you how long were you twice right there on a scouting trip? And then you went there just to go with the group. Right. So what by right? So I went in the in the fall, I went over thanksgiving for the scouting trip, and then I was home for Christmas. And then I had a trip to Tamala and then to India for the workshop, and then a bunch of domestic stuff just little things. But a lot of time in airplanes I already hit status for next year. That's that's right. I know. Last year was like this close colonic in this year. Get next to you know, what the status thing of which you speak. Yeah. I on sell the west southwest is like, hey, Yuli have nine hundred more flights this year to do in order to guest. That guy clearly. I'm gonna bring you off all three of us up on the screen now. Here we go. Very cool. Yeah. So what I was saying was this is this is a hyper show, and I'm excited to experiment as this. We can photo audience knows them always trying to experiment with ways to find that balance between what's the best way to get information out to the audience and and use the platforms correctly. Right. So, you know, streaming, for example, may or may not be the the right format for just a strict podcast format. Like, I do right podcasting the podcast feed, which you can subscribe to all day long as great for that. Because we edit edit it's beautiful people can listen to it while they're mowing the lawn or whatever, right, but YouTube twitch Facebook seem to like this kind of informal format where we can just shoot the breeze. So what I decided to do because I like to do things not a whole lot other doing is kind of take a page out of the the the news media. Or televisions? Playbook and do a hybrid where hey, we're talking. And then we'll talk about a given subject today as Notre Dom and travel, and that sort of thing, and then I'll rule that interview the cool thing about this format that television can't do we can still hang out in the chat room and keep it interactive. And talk about the things that were that are going on in the chat, and the the other cool thing about this through the Grace's of technology. Twitter's streaming currently right now as I speak to YouTube to Facebook and to twitch TV so we're we're going out on all three, and I c- hopefully, it's going to continue working, but I can see the chat from all three places in my window here. So it's kind of cool. That's kind of cool. He just if you muted did you yourself? You went away. Joseph has a lattice work. Why I hit that button? I did meet myself. Did you jump on that restraint dot IO deal? I did. Of course. Right here this working because I was just setting it up this morning, but I haven't actually tested it yet. So it works. It works in the cool thing is I use inside baseball folks that were on last week will know this. The software them using right now to stream is called e Cam live, and the cool thing about e Cam live is not only can you stream record. But you can also it you can stream to the service called restrict Ida dot CO that takes your single stream..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"So screw this hybrid thing where we do sort of half the show or par part of the show live like we're doing now, we're live. Now, it is to prove it with six thirty nine PM Pacific. And part of the show is is prerecorded. So there's a twenty minute interview. Then I'm going to insert that I did with all of our friends surgery mealy. So I'm going to insert that enroll that during the show and while that's rolling. We will still be here. And we'll jump in the chat room and chat with you guys. And and then we'll come back after that and chat a little bit more. Obviously since I got surgery mealy on the show. The topic is Notre Dom surges a Parisian native Parisian. He's been as he'll say in the interviews been his first forty four years on the planet in in Paris living in Paris. He's been to Notre Dom. I think he said like over one hundred times, and so this this the fire that recently ravaged that place hit him, you know, in in many ways because he leads workshops they're used to live there. It's like, you know, losing landmark in your own backyard. Literally. Yeah. So we're we're going to. So that's the whole purpose of having, sir. On the show part of it. It's a role that interview. So we'll do that. And then I wanted these guys come on because I want to chat about that. And you guys are world travelers period. And you're you've touched on many of the landmarks on the planet. So talk about that as well. Martin bailey. How you doing man you you haven't been on Twitter in forever? What the what the heck is going on with you? It's I think it was probably a good three or four months but down everything's good. I I've been working hard building. My new my own sort of membership program on my website..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Like, you Martin are you draw that kind of controversy. I remember what was it two years ago? You had a run in with Google online. You remember that they were a versa music infringement or something you had to get out. The Martin Bailey kick as boot again on them. Right. Well, yeah. But, you know, ended with me just deleting all of my videos from YouTube. Yeah. And that's a shame because YouTube is the platform to be on, you know, now, I have to rely on attracting people to view my videos in some of the way there on video, and I've got a I've got a few followers. But. My book bad air is that day. You know, you buy music. I have never now. I actually just create the music for all of my videos myself. I enjoy doing it. It's it means. It's always original. But even though I have bought a license for every piece of music I ever used in a video. I you put it online on on YouTube, and they slap a copyright infringement on you on this. Because there's there's lots of different companies selling the same music. And they've there is no way they should have what Google need to do if they wanted to actually make a service that was useful for people as they should give you a way to attach unlicensed to you'll videos, so even now not publicly just something in the background. So that the buffs that are out there looking full copyright infringements can say, okay, this is a legitimate license. You know, we're not going to bother this guy. But one. They do is they they come and slap a copyright thing. Infringement on the video you have to fight them for it with some very nasty league language about taking it to court and everything. And then when you finally literally I got one removed one afternoon on within five minutes three mobile had flagged the same file it was including the one that I just got removed. So unlike that was it I said screw this on just under deleted every video. I've ever Paul on YouTube, and I I just I upgraded my video a account and now everything's on you. Get that on YouTube, the gateway drug to them, right? You know? You know, what they're doing what they're actually doing is. They just want you to say. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Go ahead and put your ads on that. That's only after because that business model is making money on the ads. Yeah. So they scare you with these infringements in might you put the zone, but I don't want ads on my videos, and you know, I would rather pay them. I pay video like three hundred books a year. I'd rather just pay for a YouTube account and by the right to not have video, you know, have them on there. And also have the possibility the ability to prove that I've got a license for all of by all of the what you know, all of the video background music that I use. Yeah. And sounds like it sounds like a case I've been wishing for a YouTube pro type offering for a while. I mean, we got you to read or whatever they renamed to. But you know, where you cannot be forced to watch commercials as a consumer or user, I would loan to pay a little bit every. Month or a year to have certain pro level things. Like like, what you're talking about Martin were you could they look at your account in before they just need your flag, it with some certain would some heavy handed bought they would actually go to some humans that will give it the benefit of the doubt before they turn videos off. So. Right guys. We are nearing the end of this show. We gotta get into the QA folks in the shadow wanna remind you that get your question in their type of question in. There are good friend. Chris bury will pull that out and put it in Google notes for myself, and the guests to answer and also please give us a thumbs up or like or something in YouTube to let YouTube know that you've watched it..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Ada and your photos online in this climate of sort of hacking in breaches. So to do that I've got to people on I've got Mr Martin Bailey you've seen before welcome to the show. Martin welcome back. Frederick West of back. Yeah, it's good to have you. And also a brand new face. Look at this brand new phase it here. This is Josh beg. Josh. And I go way back. Josh I worked at apple at the same time. We're a little bit of overlap there at apple and Josh had something to do with a little app that'll some people know of or familiar with called iphoto. Josh tell us does get a little bit of your pedigree. And and you know, your your dealings with I four. Well, thanks for having me on for Drik. Yeah. I go back to the very first version of iphoto. And I guess technically made it all the way through every version of iphoto, but also spent a bunch of time working on apertures. Well, so as it was a good long stint. There is good. So you literally had an impact on millions of photographers lives in the way that they manage photos and edit photos in cheer photos and all that and the industry in general because aperture in photo were the ones to beat for for adobe in light room. Right. Unless anybody had problems, but that's offer. Then no. Support. That's not my department. We'll welcome in good to have you on. I'm looking forward to having your brain, your your your commonsense brain, injure, engineering brain to talk about this. This whole privacy issue. You have some some thoughts about this. And there's a little heads up to the audience you, and I are going to do a one on one interview in a little bit in it's going to be focused on software and artificial intelligence, and where that stuff is going, and where it might go in terms of our daily lives, and is it good bad or ugly. So stay tuned for that. Sure. So Martin Bailey. What about you? What's what's been going on? Like, I say every time you're on the show you and I talk in like, oh, yeah. I just got back from outta gas car. Just got back from the Himalayas where you just back from now. I'm just back from Morocco had a great trip but a bit of a rocky start. So I think we're gonna talk about it light a bit of a fiasco hell note for two hours in costumes as they tried to take my camera bag away from me really due to the Reader's Digest. Why why did they wanna take your camera bag? Well, they they asked me one leading question. Well, two leading questions all you a photography. You know, I've got a bag. That's got to cameras and three lenses in there. Yes. I'm a photographer. The second thing they did was the frogmarch me into the customs office and asked me, do your cameras shoot video not all you hear to shoot video or anything like that to your cameras shoot video. And I said yes, but I'm here to shoot stills on they said you have. Leave your Bank. Call leave. The I port with your Bank. And it was I mean, I'll go into the details light. But it was a little bit of a traumatic horrible experience. And I think I'm actually just not going back to Morocco next year. I I really enjoyed the last few tolls of dough net. But I think that they've shot themselves in the foot. We're so excited about that trip to that's it was great. We had a wonderful twelve day trip. I've got some amazing photos to shed with people over the next few weeks on my blog. But you know, if if that's how they're gonna treat me, but it was just it was an unprovoked attack. And you know, in the end I had to threaten them with social networks and damaging their economy for the next few years. So they let me go. I'll tell you the full dates. Yeah..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Go ahead penguin. Greatest guys. Hey, I wanted to talk about something that's kind of a pet peeve of mine with the Bavarian. So I've I've been informed of a definition of fascism before that. One of the things that characterises fascism is a rabid anti communism goes beyond fascism. So in a softer version in libertarians fears, and right libertarians fears is the idea of calling everything you don't like about the state socialism, communism, just using that hyperbole. I think it can be kind of destructive have been reasons. When when you have, you know, state funded taxpayer-funded fire department, so you have a you know, what welfare payments? So you have union. Labor regulations. So you have just military spending. All those things are not socialism. Socialize doesn't mean stuff. I don't like it means things that are run by the states and fire stations in the military are run by the state is that what socialism means thought, socialists. Good. Yeah. Socialism economic system as far as I understand it that that where the workers own the means of production. Communist coop. Socialism is as as I was taught in school. So you get to pick between two definitions and socialists will move the definitions on you, I presume they do that to everyone. Maybe they don't do it to socialists. I'm not an entirely sure what it's called is the logical fallacy called Martin Bailey. So a mutt. Is a castle a small castle. And a Bailey is the area around the castle that say. You know, you might go out and have some sun and fun win the people aren't attacking. So you you you set out your years sort of nominal argument that nobody can argue with which is feminism just means equality for women. And then you know, when I'm sorry. That's the Bailey. Feminism means equality for you run back to that. And then you run out into and have a good time by saying, you know, white guys suck. And you know, all the other stuff that just you'll say in the process, so with socialists on one hand, they'll say socialism means community ownership of the beans production, which means that everybody owns it. So, you know, maybe like a co-op electrical company or something might be a good example of socialism. Versus then the the right version of it, which is state ownership of the means of production. Right. So socialists believes in community ownership of the means production until a socialist gets a gun in his hand at which point he points it at you and says it's state ownership of the means of production, and you're gonna participate. Yeah. It depends on which definition you you look at British dictionary. According to dictionary dot com says it's an economic theory or system in which means the production distribution and exchange are owned by the community, collectively usually through the state. However, the initial definition that they have at the top of the page from dictionary dot com says it doesn't mention the state of just says a theory or system social organization that advocates the best thing of the ship and the control of the means of production and distribution CapitaLand etcetera in the community as a whole. So it depends on who you ask. My understanding. Go ahead. Go ahead. And if you ask the state who owns the fire department, they're not going to say, oh, this is the industry of the state, and we own it. They will if you're in law suit, but they're gonna give you this BS line about how it's a common. Good, and it's a public service in its public goods, and it's owned by the people collectively. So if that's how they're claiming it's owned and socialists. Yeah, that's true at the very least whether it's under a fascist dictatorship or under socialist system. It's still state ISM. Right. When the state a thing it's status. That's exactly my point. So the idea is and we can go I can go further into the deputies. I believe socialism is working control of the media production without a state and communism is without a state without markets. But regardless of that where I think that this does this high really does is it it it minimizes the inefficiencies in the inequities of the liberal. Status paradigm that we have now the it's not that we're we have communist running things..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE

#WeThePeople LIVE

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE

"It it also in India, it's very much. I would say there's a Martin Bailey going on here too, which is the Bailey is the idea that the problem is. Jihadists and terrorism. Aspen. There have been a few terrorist attacks in India. Most notably the bombing of the Taj hotel in Bombay. So the the Bailey is this is about jihad and terror, and it's about Muslim propensity for violence, which is supposedly on the basis of following the Koran and the kind of Maat is that. Being Muslim. If an ethnic identity I, it doesn't matter how what in what way you you practice the religion, whether your violent or not, whether you're an extremist or traditionalist or not, or even if you're an ex Muslim and an atheist, what matches is, are you. Are you from a Muslim background and heritage and family? Right. I think we've gotten Bailey switched flipped it because the Moslem off is the castle which is easy to defend. So that would be Jihadist. Terrorism is wrong, and the Bailey is what you're actually after, which is all Muslims, fundamentally dysfunctional in some way. Yes. Okay. So went, let's just stick on. We've only got maybe five or ten minutes left, but let's just stick on this question of western civilization potentially being at odds with large numbers of Muslims coming in because that that smacks of some kind of essential ISM that you're pointing to that. No, I think any number of Muslims could come in. What's I think that's what I'm saying. The a large number of Muslims is necessarily going to nude Europe of its Europeanness like I don't know whether or not that's a reasonable concern or whether that's just a dog whistle to anti-muslim essentially them. I don't know. Whether I think a lot would depend on whether or not they are. Whether or not they this kind of wave of such of Muslim piety continues. It would depend upon high. Many of them are secular and how many are. Are wedded to a religious ideology, which is more extreme, a more kind of traditional or more were harvest interpretation of Islam. I did want to say something just briefly about the difference between the left in India and the left in the way where identity politics is concerned. And what I have noticed in NGO with only a few exceptions is that it's the right to a practicing identity politics, mostly there. There are some exceptions to this, but it's the right who are insisting upon Hindus here, Muslims, they're Sikhs there and the left is much more frequently using a discourse. It says, well, we're all equal. We're all Indians. It's really the opposite of the social Justice left approach. Is it not possibly owner that that's basically just a half century earlier in the evolution of left and rights than where the US is because the leftist in the US would say, well, that's the way that everything was in the US until the civil rights movement that the right has always been identity about any politics. It's always been about what supremacy slavery was an invention of what people raise was mentioned by people. The Italians came in and they will speak the the. There's always been this game and the left finally up to a point of of equality and don't judge anyone by the color of their skin and Martin Luther King, and and that was accepted and taken on board. But then the left wanted to go further and say that actually a certain amount of of countervailing racism against the power structures is worth it in the form of affirmative action, or, you know, anti white racism, and then the riot has basically just kind of retreat. Pid to this somewhat disingenuous, focus on equality and equal rights simply as a way of stalling progress. I'm speaking through the lens of the agenda politics leftist in order the stole the the stole progress, and disingenuously claimed that they're that they're in the camp of MLK when an actual fact they just trying to freeze history at that..

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"martin bailey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hand tools and ordinary people could afford bigger more comfortable houses seem amana work more and better stuff productivity growth is tracking along in the fifties and sixties it slows down and '70s and '80s and then gets another huge boost in the nineties for on the computers internet exactly and computers they are a new general purpose technology if they're this new thing this new technology that does all kinds of different things in all these different facets of life and so in the nineties of course businesses are going online that replacing paper with computers workers are getting much more productive even after the dotcom bust into the early years of the twentyfirst century productivity is growing really fast but then in two thousand four something goes wrong productivity growth comes crashing down did not play you know in the popular press as a disaster but economists noticed you know it's like that moment in the movies were the their sat one dog that just starts starts barking outta nowhere he's trying to tell us them thank what is it boy productivity growth so i kinda thought it it was may be a temporary thing and then we had the great recession than i expected that as the recovery proceeded that we would begin to get productivity picking up again this is martin bailey he was the chairman of president clinton's council of economic advisers and he has been studying productivity for a long time show that when i looked at you know two thousand ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and it still wasn't picking up uh that's when i began to get really nervous so you're there is now if it goes through sixty levied you're nervous right now i'm nervous right now years in the last few years we've heard a lot about the rise of inequality the idea that the economic pie is not being divided fairly and of course that is important but bailey and other economists say we also need to figure out this other thing we also need to figure out why is the pie barely growing at all why is productivity growth so slow they've come up with a name for this problem they call it the productivity paradox and this is what the productivity paradox is we have all of this amazing technology robots artificial intelligence the cloud and it should be making us more productive that's what technology does but when you look at the numbers for.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Emulate them yeah exactly well if if the nfl players are not going to stand for he lashed by way of them either stop blaming ashley or the nfl players stay in the tunnel porsche day and in the locker room until the ads the most played then you go out on beal but don't take the cameras in the tunnel or the locker room no i i think that's you know i'd prefer that if for the owner in the league are they're going to cave to a bunch of malcontents and by the way it's not every nfl player just split them screamed the locker room no we will enjoy that time that coming together of a of of symbol that brings this country together will enjoy that uh ourselves and then you can try out the players and they can show is what they can do let's go through our charlie in curve build texas charlie thanks for waiting how you doing hey rector it turkey you are very well thank you anyway uh quickly oh lena but they're not at cut the net avenue a he'd get olga looked at eight at the schilling afoot nfl ethic is taken up too much of people allen i just recently retired any you can get a kid to come in your shop and title arrieta there's no anthony level people anymore they like any coming in this area a global executive impose when they get their place out of the telephone web now well good luck was that it would add addis retired and get it here's come and say look i need a job no i need to start out here summer have now uh i haven't had i ask your question were you say you just retired right when you get up in the morning what are you do try to give money to work out i i wish i could lay hail i can take the new i can get back up again charlie in curve real still trying to take a knee but for a whole different read anyway uh as guitar key rick i'm just hanging out and get kids working in coming in it if entry level it read building empty start to is actually an anc we're worried about schilling that's what the nfl outta take it from martin bailey keep.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Emulate them yeah exactly well if if the nfl players are not going to stand for national i have them either stop playing the national anthem or the nfl players stay in the thanh will wash stay in the locker room until the at the most played dan you go out on the field but don't take the cameras in the total or the locker room no i i think that's you know i'd prefer that if uh the owner in the league you are they're going to cave to a bunch of malcontents and by the way it's not every nfl player just let them stay in the locker room no we will enjoy that time that coming together of a of of symbol there brings this country together will enjoy that uh ourselves and then you can fraud out the players and they can show us what they can do uh let's go do our charlie in curve velde texas charlie thanks for waiting how are you doing hey a it duckie how you you're very well thank you anyway uh quickly oh lena what's your number that gut i will take that nuts anyway he'd get ohga looked eight at the silliness with nfl epa is taken up too much of painful talent i just recently retired in you can get a kid to come in your shop in irony there's no entry level eight will anymore they've like any good coming in haiti angulu made level executive us impose lemay interfaith halard telephone web now well been what was battered retired addis retired and advocated ears come and say look i need a job now i need to start out here summer hell man at lewis can i haven't had i ask your question were you say you just retired right when you get up in the morning what are you do uh try to get my knees to work they talk about i i wish that could take a net hail a pack intake new i can't get back up again charlie in curve real stalled for take a knee but for a whole different read yeah anyway uh ah as guitar t rick i'm you're saying it is when india kids working in coming in it if gantry level to rebuilding infrastructure is actually an anc we're worried about schilling that's what the nfl outta of it ltu tip from martin bailey keep the monkey in a.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Rebuilding infrastructure this an anc we're worried about schilling that's what the nfl out of ticket ltu tip from martin bailey keep the monkey in a cage choice for the show route somebody somebody's gonna say that's a racist damon uh but i understand you're not talking about the you're not talking about the world war what was a oh gosh uh the sportscaster howard cosell what was that state when he made rent that monkey can run or something like that yeah very bitter everything redrawn quarter him uh for that statement um that's too bad debts too bad we've got so many uh hypersensitivity people out of fear that now the luck these athletes are very very good at what they do i can the white to that my son was jock football and baseball from third grade until graduation graduated 23rd and the state now division six mental line earn 23rd in the nation a division six a mental linebacker uh six in the state um worry was and the marlins phillies yankees all wanted the amount of high school because eu six or about to forty left handed pitcher so you know i i get you know how jocks are you know uh are raised one and his buddies were over there all the time black and white and uh you know there you have a special connection but when it comes to social injustice and all the rest i got to be honest with you i don't even think they knew what day it was let alone uh who their state representative was let's go to uh rod in plymouth uh rogge thank you for waiting i appreciate it very very much how you doing rod i'm are ari you know goodell is weakminded an is ineffective and the sponsors are gonna continue to go by the way but between insubordination which noone seems to bring up or on becoming an nfl representative these nfl babies they need to be bench stepped plain and simple because as long as you work for the man you gotta stand that's your job bob well that's my job were i've worked that's probably your job were you work but at the end of the day the nfl is unique in the sense that it's not just the employeremployee it's about winning it's about going to the show it's about the the more wins the more money and that's why you are the owners and am the league have caved to these malcontents.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Martin bailey keep the monkey in a cage choice talbot a show now now somebody's going to say that's a racist statement but i understand you're not talking about dr you're not talking about the world war what was it to oh gosh the sportscaster howard cosell what was that state when he made ran that month he can run or something like that yeah they did everything redrawn korir him for that statement it's too bad debts to brag we've got so many uh hypersensitive people out here the term now the locked these athletes are very very good at what they do i can relate to that my son was with jock football and baseball from third grade until graduation graduated 23rd and the state now division six a mental lime earn 23rd and the nation a division six a mental linebacker sixth in the state um worry was and the marlins phillies yankees all wanted him out of high school because eu sick for for about two forty left pitcher so you know i get you know how jock czar no are raised one and his buddies were over there all the time black and white and you know there is that you have a special connection but when it comes to social injustice and all the rest i gotta to be honest with you i don't even think they knew what day it was let alone who their state representative was let's go to uh rod in plymouth road thank you for waiting i appreciate it very very much how you doing rod all right you know goodell as weakminded an any ineffective and the sponsors are gonna continue to go by the way but between insubordination which noone seems to bring up or becoming an nfl representative these nfl baby they need to be banned that plain and simple because as long as you work for the man you got it and that's your job well that's my job were i've worked arts probably your job were you work but at the end of the day the nfl is unique in the sense that it's not just the employeremployee it's about winning it's about going to the show it's about the the more wins the more money and that's why you the owners and and.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"A type like it's like it's like you know like tall checks it's like you're not changing that person's mind like that is ingrained in their head and that is something we can all agree on that this is it's not like he could talk somebody odd talked several people at a pedophilia a lot of them were just board yeah now oregon if he is really like nickel the kids have oregon bed essay he can't really blame but then the insane version is well since it's not their choice then you shouldn't be morally condemning them sick attic right so the it's always a fact that there is there's this internet exploitation of the explanation this called martin bailey which means you have a castle and you have them out right and then you'll make a point at the castle which is impossible to argue with daniel step out to the mote and makes them ridiculous statement and then you'd be like with us bigs go i'll bet you arguing this unity original thing so it's it's basically this kind of a switch game that they play all the time it's like a victim shield its for example as he's in sorry said if you at a religious person in the world if now if you agree that he's up there if you look at feminism dictionary and it says many women should we treaty quilt if you agree with that they're for your feminist it's like that that's that that's not what your meeting by that targeted have at like as the logic of that that you would have to support the people's democratic republic north korea people his long either her those are all words realize he's a little guy that hates top people vote we all due in ankara i doubt you don't know me i think we have a complete like we that we each other less because that playing long con with our allies that blatter which i get past that blatter van shift shift shivers areas ringo starr's like that is backed up people with is that true is he's like five six rates my height yeah volume maybe shorter.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are making roughly the same argument they've been making through route that the president has broad authority to protect national security and that this temporary ban is necessary in order to give the government time to evaluate its visa program and to keep the country safe but critics have said that this executive order discriminates against muslims and they base their claim their case on what donald trump and his aides have said during the presidential campaign and after and so far the courts have agreed finding that this executive order is probably unconstitutional which i use the term immediately the trump administration wants to supreme court to act immediately and could could this really end up being very fast and we could have some final word on this spam i mean it's really hard to gas we all know that the supreme court often splits five two four with services in the majority but who knows how much that will really matter in this case the supreme court could take the case or not and they may be inclined not too because the night circuit court hasn't even ruled yet on the appeal so you know it's really hard to guess where this has gone all right emperors joe rose things are much more it's friday did you have a productive week even if you manage to get a lot dan economists his steady workplace productivity are seeing a persistent problem that has a lot of the more aid sally home from our planet money team explains for a long time economists expected that productivity in the united states would just keep growing and growing but starting in about two thousand four something went wrong martin bailey is an economist with the brookings institution and he chaired president clinton's council of economic advisers when i looked at you know two thousand ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and it still wasn't picking up that's when i began to get really nervous which means martin bailey is nervous right now than bailey and other economists talk about productivity they mean something really specific they're talking about output per worker our so how much vow are you an average worker in the economy is creating in an hour of work productivity.

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"martin bailey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"martin bailey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's friday did you have a productive week even if you managed to get a lot done economist who study workplace productivity are seeing a persistent problem that has a lot of them worried sally home from our planet money team explains for a long time economists expected that productivity in in the united states would just keep growing and growing but starting at about two thousand four something went wrong martin bailey is an economist with the brookings institution and he chaired president clinton's council of economic advisers when i looked at you know two thousand ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and it still wasn't picking up that's when i began to get really nervous which means martin bailey is nervous right now when bailey and other economists talk about productivity they mean something really specific they're talking about output per worker our so how much of well our you an average worker in the economy is creating an an hour at work productivity growth is really important in the long run it's the way that everyone in a society can get better off here's an example the main way the productivity goes up is through technological change so when horses got replaced by tractors far paris could do more in the same amount of time and food got more than but today technology appears to be moving quite rapidly you constantly reading articles about robot so artificial intelligence tour selfdriving vehicles and yet the numbers say those amazing inventions have not lead too much productivity growth economists call this the productivity paradox martin bailey told me about another communist who has a surprising explanation of the paradox robert gordon he's a professor at northwestern university he wrote a book called the rise and fall of american growth and gordon this basic argument is death the technology today it just isn't transforming our work lives all that much he says take the iphone feels bag but so much innovation has gone into the iphone and all the associated apps and we don't see a pickup in productivity rose.

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