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How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

08:23 min | Last month

How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk

"As black lives matter protests continue around the country police are using facial recognition and all kinds of other technology to arrest protesters and organizers, and while in some cases, the people arrested did commit crimes. After the fact, arrests can have a chilling effect on free speech and lead to cases of mistaken identity. They also show us just how much surveillance is part of our lives. Simone Brown is a professor at Ut Austin. She's also author of the book dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. She told me about how police identified and arrested a protester and Philadelphia there was a tattoo on her arm and she was wearing a t shirt. That was you know quite. Said Keep, the immigrants deport the racist and so the police used the images of her. They went to find out you know where did she get this shirt made and they found her comment that she made on Oetzi they looked at her instagram they looked at her linked in profiles and they were able to match her this image to identify her and she was eventually charged. So all this is to say that there's still just kind of trails of data actually that we leave about ourselves that is being used to form a case to what extent to your knowledge is some of this technology being used to find arrest protesters and even protest organizers. Chilling effect that organizers but also the ACLU became quite aware and worked to challenge was around twenty, fifteen, twenty sixteen or so this company Gio Fia, which is really a company that's kind of social media analysis company that was working on hand in hand with various policing agencies to monitor key words, black lives, matter protests, Jihad all of these things were then tagged and flag to. then. In some cases visit, you'd have a policing agency, visit a potential protester, and of course, if you go onto Gio phidias website now there's like nothing really just contact information, but we know if something is out there if gop has gone, another company will pop up and you know fill in that gap when you layer on all of this technology that you described, it sounds like. It could be relatively accurate and I could see police departments falling into the idea that you know that although there have been concerns facial recognition is now is accurate once you add. In social media like this should work. Great. What is the push back to that and so the idea of something you know working great. If just one person is wrongly. Identified, say, for example with facial recognition technology, then it's not working at all these technologies rely on this idea that they are perfect correct but they really they really aren't and so people are asking for a pause because these technologies are not outside of this system in which we live in where you know black people are criminalized right how do you feel like this? The longterm implications of this surveillance might play out will people be less willing to take the risk of exercising their right to protest? I don't think so I think in terms that people you know we're in the middle of a pandemic and yet people are still you know risking a lot to go out and protest and demand something better I think one case and I'll give you an example that I think is important is in terms of DNA collection, and so a lot of people want to their armchair genealogists are also want to find family or some type of connection and they use a company like say twenty three and me or ancestry dot com or jet match, and that same company Jed match was then recently purchased i. Think just last year by a company that has close ties to you know a policing agency and this company is not just about finding long lost relatives, but they save their primarily for forensic analysis. So the question of whether it's sea or whether it's ancestry dot com it's like we have to really think about what happens to that data. Well, it's interesting. It's it feels like it's a thing that that privacy researchers have warned about for a long time that there is essentially a big web of surveillance and were leaving tracks all the time and that it isn't always obvious what the harm might be. Until something like this happens exactly. But you know they're also tech one of the places that I looked to see you know what's what's the future perhaps for the future that's already here is looking at airport security and there have been a lot of push in terms of AI enabled technologies to. Assess risk to assess threat and one of the things that you know a few companies are starting to develop now is emotion recognition, and so that might be that a traveler present themselves at an airport speak to an Avatar one company. Avatar actually stands for Automated Virtual Agent for truth assessments and this Avatar will then ask them a series of questions and then measurements are then taken. By the changes in their voice by. Heat or sweats or any type of what what might be termed a micro expression. Of guilt like your heart rate, increasing those types of things, and then assign a certain threat category to see if that person might be a threat to airport security, and so I don't necessarily know if these types of technologies are being used to monitor protests, activists and other moments of rebellion, but it is something to look out for. That pause was yeah that's. Terrifying. IS THEIR EAR recognition? Is that a thing? Yes. And so there's there's recognition of everything and it's almost like throwing something to the wall and seeing. What hits but the air's been it's a relatively stable part of the body. And that has been known since Al Proteon, which is said to be the father of forensic. Sciences. was using that in the eighteen hundreds as a stable way of recognizing or. Identifying the human body to catalog them, and so there are researchers that are working on every part in piece of the body that you could think imaginable as a way to try and. Shore. Up, this idea. which is just an idea that the human body is stable that the human can be categorized and identified, and we know that's Bodies don't work that way but you know the science does. Your book is called dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. We've been talking about this in the context context of protest. Why is this surveillance of particular concern to Black Americans? It's a particular concern because it's has been the state you know I say surveillance is the facts of anti blackness not only in the US but globally, and so it's been a concern here in the US for centuries we thinking about slave patrols, plantation control, all of these technologies that were. Put in place. To deem black people as. Outside of the right to have rights, but it's also why I think it's important to study the history of surveillance within transatlantic slavery within Plantation Slavery because it also offers US moments of resistance and moments of rebellion and escape to something different something that looks like freedom. Simone. Brown is a professor at Ut Austin and author of the Book Dark Matters.

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Remote Learning is Testing Parents. Can Family Benefits Firms Help?

Business Wars Daily

03:25 min | Last month

Remote Learning is Testing Parents. Can Family Benefits Firms Help?

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. September. Third Back to school has a whole new meaning this year and it's an understatement to say it's not a good one as schools reopened partially or fully online parents are understandably worried about their kids educations, and in many cases their help the new situation also reveals the extent to which employers have relied on public education to ensure parents can. Work with school buildings closed. It's become a frustrating often impossible three ring circus for parents who need to supervise their kids, online classes and meet their own work deadlines. In April family benefits company CLEO surveyed two, hundred, fifty of its members, all working parents of young children. The response is startled Cleo CEO Sarah Jane Sogeti she told Fast Company it was even more sobering than we had thought one in five were considering leaving the. Workforce due to the impossibility of working and parenting simultaneously with little or no help as the company noted in a press release working parents and their children are not all right. The potential brain drain of twenty percent of working parents mostly mothers quitting their jobs is a huge problem for employers and that's inspiring some to help fill the dramatic COVID nineteen gap in support for working parents. For example, Cleo launched the invest in parents. Pledge, which brings signatories, large companies like salesforce zoom and Oetzi together to dream up better ways to support stressed employees Sogeti told fast company that most companies were already adding some benefits like offering flexible hours in extending remote work until schools reopened properly, it's a patchwork with most companies coming up with their own offense, scattershot offerings and policies, and it's generally not easy for large companies to manage broad menus of benefits on their own. Here's where the pandemic is spurring entrepreneurial thinking cleo unrivaled rival benefits company fringe among others are creating family benefits in the same way the traditional firms offer for instance, mental health assistance, and adoption subsidies. Personalized Menus of benefits are particularly pertinent

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How do I market to my personal network?

Side Hustle School

04:20 min | 2 months ago

How do I market to my personal network?

"Hi Chris. This is Angie Cheung from Los Angeles California I've been listening to the show for about a year. Now it's really helped catalyze the launch of my recent stem coloring book for kids regarding Cell Biology. My question is regarding how to get over feeling someone like a woman or a salesman to your personal network. To be more specific. I. Love My Day job as a by medical engineering professor and I would never give it up having said that I wanted to channel extra entrepreneurial energy. Along the way to completing the coloring book, I knew the best way to start would be to advertise existing network of scientists as other moms. However, I didn't WanNa feel to sales and hence awkward to people that out regularly run into. When the coloring book was right around finished Cova nineteen became a pandemic. And so I launched a coloring book. On Amazon an F. C. thinking, he can be a great homeschooling resource for parents during this time and with all proceeds donated to the CDC both of which were great goose for me to pull the trigger in goal I as the attention was not focused on my own personal gain. I feel like others could struggle with this internal conflict as well and I was wondering if you had any insight and recommendations on how to introduce your side hustle to your current network. Thanks love your show, and hope you're seeing Steve By. When she thank you so much for sharing. Thank you for calling in. Congratulations on launching your project, a stem coloring book for kids about cell. Biology. This is so cool I went to take a look listeners if you wanna see it checkout coloring book, just go search for her shop a little science on Oetzi. So if you're on dot com search for her shop a little science, the title of the coloring book itself is a little cell biology which by the way side note great way to. Set yourself up for a series, right? Because the brand is a little science and then you've got the first coloring book a Little Cell Biology. I'm not a scientist but I would imagine there are some further topics she could explore in future books. Okay. And then one more side note she mentioned when she mentioned that her all proceeds are to the CDC. During this time so actually alluded to that kind of obvious some of our concern about feeling sales like it's easier to promote something that you've made if the proceeds going to charity. But I think it's helpful for this conversation to not assume that you're getting your profits to charity because ultimately it's great that she's doing that but. I want to be able to make a profit. So assuming you have made something that you're selling for a profit. I think it's best for your friends and family to be more of a support network than a lead generation tool like your friends and family are not necessarily going to be your client base. But there is a lot that they can still do to help some of them may choose to buy from you just they want to help. I send my a free copy of my book, of course when it comes out but then she goes and buys more herself, which is amazing. Thank you. Mom I'm that's different than asking them to buy it. I'm not sending mom emails, Sake, will you buy my book? You know but what you want their help with whether it's your mom or somebody else in your support network is in becoming an ambassador if you have a lot of people in your network. Does who actually kind of do meet the target market for this project well, they probably do as well. and. So you're looking for a network effect here. You might even proactively offer to send them a free copy you know either for their kids their parent or for nieces and nephews for somebody else that they know. So often your friends and family will be very active in promoting you in a way that you might not want to do because you're concerned about being sales which I understand. But. If it's your friend, you know just think about it from the other perspective. Imagine that that your friend, your scientists and your friend has has created this coloring book and you look at it and you're like, wow, this is really cool. You know of course I'm going to help I'm post about it. I'm going to tell other people about it and I'm not really selling anything because I'm just talking about my friend. Okay. So again, I, think you're looking for a network effect from your network, not necessarily trying to sell to your network especially for a low priced product like a coloring book I do. The same with my books, like I have a lot of author friends and when they have a book coming out they, they will often send me an advance copy and they're not really asking me to go and buy more copies even though sometimes I do just because I want to support them they're asking for my help you know if it's a good fit to introduce this book to readers, and of course, I do the same thing when I have about coming out. So I think that's what you're looking for in terms of that network of friends and family the network and the fact of becoming an ambassador.

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How to Use Crystals & EOs Together

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:12 min | 2 months ago

How to Use Crystals & EOs Together

"I'm here with Haley Crowley who's the founder of whimsy and wellness? Haley. Believes in making wellness, simple, lighthearted and fun four years ago. She began making these really beautiful essential oil labels as a way to distract yourself from wondering when she would get pregnant again, armed with a silhouette cameo machine and a roll of vinyl. Haley sold the first whimsey and wellness products out of a tiny oetzi shop since. then. She's grown into a full family business with three kiddos running circles around her desk. Haley, on a mission to help people use crystals and essential oils in their every day life and make it fun in the process. Haley. Welcome to the show or so glad you're here. Thank you so much for having me I. Love Envisioning Your Kids just certainly on your on your desk because I have to myself. Just today we were packing up, you know mailers, sit out and just chilling out, help me stuff envelopes and it's fun to have a family business and it's also very chaotic. So I imagine you use some oils now and then to keep it calm. Yeah that's exactly right I. mean they're helping with like air quotes helping it really. Twenty Times longer but it's good they feel so important. Yes. Well. You said that you started making your beautiful pretty labels to distract yourself from wondering when you wouldn't get pregnant again is that part of your story tell me more about that yeah. So I started using oils actually as a way to like sent Christmas gifts like the that I was making I wanted to find a natural way to sent them, and so that's what started. Me With oils and then fast forward a couple of years. It was after our second miscarriage and I was like, I need something to do. I was in between jobs at the time and so I was like I'm GonNa. Just start this little at seaside thing to give me something to do and maybe bring a little bit of income like on the side for our family. And after a couple of months because we were one of the first essential accessory shops, it just took off and it just kept growing and growing and I kept working and it kept growing was that that was in two, thousand sixteen. So. Been Four Years Yeah and my husband now works fulltime with me and it's just getting more than I ever imagined. That's awesome. Well, this is not the topic of our interview today I want to get to crystals and oils soon, but I couldn't help it just pick up on the fact that you were using your side hustle a little bit as a therapy. You know let me need to distract myself I need to do something I just relate to that so much when I became a mom I really struggled with postpartum depression and doesn't that transition into parenthood was like a huge shock for me and along can of worms and long story we won't. Get into. But when I started, it was partly the reason besides from just sheer financial need that I started my business and it made me feel so much better. It made me feel like I'm pouring myself into something. It's mine. It's an outlet gifts. Me Gets me talking to other people it just really saved me away. So just related to that that aspect for she absolutely, and just what you said, I talk about that too like I felt like Lynsey wellness gave me purpose kind of like what you said like it gives me purpose and at the time I didn't think I was GONNA. Feel that until you know I, had a baby or babies but. With us it's crazy. It's almost the opposite, but it says such similar feelings. It's really interesting. It's funny. How per I? Mean we I think we are capable of having multiple purposes in one lifetime and even. More than one at the same time and sometimes that's what I need. I need more than one thing happening or I go crazy. So. Yes. Well, how did you start using crystals and essential oils together? Yes. So after I had seen wellness, we started with bottles and labels and. I was looking at product. I don't know what I was looking at but somehow I stumbled across these premade perfume blends and I saw on them. They had the roller top instead of it being like glass or stainless steel. It was made out of a gemstone a crystal and I was like, that's so cool like I want that for my customers who I know don't want to buy the perfume, they put their own oils in it. So I searched and searched and searched for so long five or six months to find a supplier. For these to offer them and it was so hard to find one without a little hole in it because all the stones at that size were spacey right and so I finally found a supplier and was hand making those on my couch watching TV at nighttime and everybody loved them. So I went to Tucson is the world's largest gem and mineral show that they hold once a year. I went there in search of a supplier that could make these for me because I couldn't do it myself anymore. And I didn't find that. But instead, I saw these giant piles of tiny crystals. And I was like those would fit inside of a roller bottle right and I had seen other people do that again in their own blends house like I wonder if people would like that as an option to and so I had no idea if people were actually going to like it but I was like well, I have to get something while I'm here I came all the way here. So I bought them and carried them in my carry on backpack and got stopped at security. But I think they're used to it because the gem show, but it was just so funny I'm like anyway. When? Oil Convention you know all TSA agents are like Oh yeah. There must be another oil convention that's. Smelt. Exactly yeah. They're used to it with the crystal show and so anyway fast forward to now everybody really loved that and just along the way I started of course learning more and more about crystals and just kind of doing my own research I feel like when I started this, there wasn't a ton of research like information out there about using oils and crystals together. So I felt like I just kind of research from a Bunch of different places in kind of put together my own I own research, my

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5 Ways to Spice Up Your Pix Life

The Digital Story

05:43 min | 2 months ago

5 Ways to Spice Up Your Pix Life

"Much has been written about the evils of your Acquisition Syndrome often referred to as gas. And the US. It is a real thing for many photographers. But my personal view of this election is isolated more to spending big bucks on cameras and lenses. What about those smaller purchases that bring us true joy and energize our enthusiasm for photography. I'll make my anti gas case on today's tedious podcast I. Hope You enjoy the show. I don't know if you've ever done this but I'm going to admit you right now. That I have okay. Now fortunately is just you and me so you know no one else will. No I've never I've never admitted this anywhere else before. And this is the truth I'm telling you the truth right now. So but just from my mouth to your ears right now have you ever Set. A new camera or an accessory for it. On. The table in front of you while you worked watch TV listen to music you know just. said it there It wasn't in use. There was no particular reason to do this. Other than you just wanted to look at it and admire it's beauty. I've done that. Honestly, I. I have done that more than once. To cases that come to mind right now, the first one is the Olympus pen. F. In its handsome leather half case Oh. My Gosh. What a beauty So pretty. The other one is the Fujifilm x one hundred V with its aluminum grip? Yeah. That's pretty two different cameras you know the my pen F is a silver Penev. Got Some really beautiful silver lenses and I get this brown leather half case with a matching rhys strap. Really Nice and then my ex one hundred V is the all black model which I really liked for the Fuji Film. And it has this aircraft aluminum grip really really pretty. Really Nice. And when I look at these things sitting on the table in front of me. While I'm watching TV, while I'm listening to music while I'm browsing the web doing whatever the heck. I do at ten o'clock at night. It makes me WANNA go out and take pictures you know I go i. Can't wait to get that camera my hands and go do something. And that's the idea that's the idea and especially right now that's the idea. To be excited to have enthusiasm to you know want to go do something that you actually can do pick up your camera and go take pictures when we're a bit stale feeling that stale how can we spark this kind of joy? Without digging our credit cards for a fifteen hundred dollar charge in my trick as you've already figured out has been through new accessories and techniques, and you may be surprised to know that I have five of these. To share with you this week. Okay. So let's let's get started on these little things. This is my anti-gas list. Okay. Because they don't qualify they don't call not one of these qualify. For Gear Acquisition Syndrome and you can argue that with me but I'm not going to yield on this on already. Here we got and I'm GonNa fool with you on the first one the first one's. GonNa. Mess with you right out of the shoot. The first one is a new Lens. Coin what you just said, right a new lens but a vintage one. Yes. So it's only new to you is been around for a long time. Yes. You could spend twelve hundred dollars on a new state of the art optic no problem. You can spend more than that if you wanted. But scoring of vintage beauty for one hundred dollars or less. Can Be just as satisfying in evokes a far less guilt. In the images that this glass producers can truly inspiring because it seems like each lens that you find on Ebay or craigslist or Oetzi or your local camera shop each vintage lens that you find has a different feel to it and. Go. Wow. This is really Kinda neat and sometimes in the world of digital optics everything sort of produces the same super magnificent results right which is great. Until you know a thousand frame of the same super magnificent result and he got I really would like to see something different. A new vintage lens can do that. And since most of US shoot murless or have a meritless camera, they adapt these lenses adapt. So well, meritless cameras. It's not even funny. You can get an adapter for like fifteen bucks at works. Great. You have this manual Focus Lens you take some pictures with it. You're going. Wow, this is really interesting. This looks different. It's different operating is different looking through the electronic viewfinder with it's just different the way around and it can be very motivating very inspiring. It can push you to photograph things that you might bypass otherwise just because turn out interesting with this particular Lens.

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Pasture-Raised Egg Producer Vital Farms To Take a Crack at Wall Street

Business Wars Daily

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Pasture-Raised Egg Producer Vital Farms To Take a Crack at Wall Street

"From wonder I'm David Brown and this business worse daily on this Thursday. July sixteenth. Now. Here's a question I bet you've never thought about are happy. Chickens wealthier than unhappy ones or to put it another way. Our Hens with freedom to roam likely to produce greater profits than chickens stuck in cages. One Company says yes, vital farms, one of the country's largest producers of pasture-raised eggs. His filed plans to go public. The stock market is hardly bubbling over with egg producers, which is one reason why vital farms pending IPO stands out also curious what the IPO says about consumers growing interest in purchasing products, especially food from environmentally and socially responsible businesses. Vital Farms is a certified B. Corp that means it's passed rigorous tests of its social environmental and human rights practices, according to Be Labs, the nonprofit that awards B. Corp Certification only about twenty five hundred companies have achieved be court status most are small, and privately held the largest publicly traded be. Corp To date is yogurt maker Danone North America other large, publicly held be corpse, include crafting platform Oetzi and Brazilian beauty products. Business called Notre compared to the multibillion dollar Dan. Own vital farms is tiny. By the husband and wife team of Matt O'hare Catherine Stewart on twenty seven acres in two thousand seven today, vital farm sells eggs to whole foods, sprouts, kroger, and target, or with the last five years, the desire for cage free inhumanely raised eggs, has as evidenced by

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How should I launch a gift box service for new moms?

Side Hustle School

02:24 min | 4 months ago

How should I launch a gift box service for new moms?

"Hi Chris. This is Sarah from Florida. And I've been listening to your show for a while. Only had an idea I'm passionate about my personal experiences. Thinking about starting a side hustle and the GIG box market appeal to mount oftentimes people forget that not only the a baby born with a Momma's born to, and she could also use some TLC. My question as I began my research process is. Do you think it's wise? decided new venture on a platform such as exceed the captive audience, or do you think it makes more sense to build your own website and work to draft traffic through social media? ADS etc.. Or is it perhaps both thanks in Florida hearing your answers of they build up my idea. Hey, Sarah what's up. Thank you so much for listening and I think this is a great idea. We had a story recently about someone doing something kind of like this episode nine fifteen. The MOM box subscription offers postpartum recovery products. And just as a reminder, in case, anybody new when I say somebody's been doing this before. That doesn't mean, don't do it. It often means there's a market for this. There are people willing to pay for it, so it's great that there's one service out. They're gonNA provide something that is a little bit different, or at least a different customers and so on. So as to which path is best here in terms of the Oetzi versus website thing, it's kind of a yes and. So I think you said something like. Should it be both I I? Do think it could be both. I think experimenting on is worth it. It's very low cost. You might learn something. You'll probably improve your skill. In terms of copyrighting, maybe in terms of images, maybe pricing whatever it is, you'll learn something, but I also think in the long run. You definitely want your website and that's because in the long run. You don't WanNa. Be Dependent on. Any other platform now I don't necessarily believe that means that you should focus on media ads however. At least not at first a Lotta people lose money doing not. I've had a bunch of questions recently about this. So if you probably hear this some other questions. As well going forward. The time to spend money on advertising is when you want to amplify A. Product or just get more reach for something that's already working like when your conversion rate is high, it's not usually a great way to introduce a new product and then sell that product, and then grow your initial following all at once. Those are just too many goals to accomplish unless you have an unlimited budget, and even they're going to end up wasting a lot of that money, so not necessarily social media ads, but I do think it'd be good to experiment on. And as well built out your own website

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"oetzi" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"They said that they are going to be carbon negative by twenty thirty, and they're going to be removing historical carbon emissions by twenty. Twenty fifty and they've also put together a one billion dollar climate innovation funded so these are the kinds of things are going to be looking for our companies are not only disclosing environmental information, but also putting out strong goals, and then letting investors know how they're doing against his goals, so you said Microsoft both bro in mice eyebrows went up because that was not what I was expecting you to say. How does it? How does a company reduce their do this? How do they? How are they going to do that? You know what I am not actually sure how they're going to go carbon negative. So that is something that I think remains to be seen Microsoft is a very innovative company. In the tech field, and they've done a lot of very interesting things like green. Data Centers. Trying to make their data centers more environmentally friendly, basically so a company like Microsoft I. Think you have to give them a lot of credit for actually having that innovative view things. Art Let's move on to talk about the S or social. The social compared to previous g investing has to do with looking at things like. How employees are treated at companies, looking at diversity statistics whether the companies are disclosing gender and racial diversity in their workforce how they treat! People of. Different genders and raises. It has to do with community whether they are giving back to communities, it has to do with product safety types of issues consumer safety. A lot of people are going to understand the social part, because we all understand what it's like to be an employee or a consumer, and how we are treated as that kind of a stakeholder. Company that you'd want to lift up as an example of doing something innovative with the s the social well, I think Oetzi is a good example of a.

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Facebook Helps Entrepreneurs Move Their Shops Online -- for Free

Business Wars Daily

05:00 min | 5 months ago

Facebook Helps Entrepreneurs Move Their Shops Online -- for Free

"From wondering. I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday. May Twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day last week. Facebook made a big announcement for small business. Owners entrepreneurs will soon be able to create virtual storefronts on facebook and instagram using a new feature called facebook shops. The idea facebook. Ceo Sheryl Sandberg says is to help all small businesses but especially the struggling ones according to a recent survey conducted by facebook and the Small Business Roundtable one third of all small businesses in the US have already closed their doors. Another eleven percent say they will fail. Should the economy remain mostly closed for much longer giving continuing social distancing and stay at home orders? Transitioning to online sales may be the only path forward for most smaller companies in its livestream announcement facebook. Ceo Mark Zuckerberg said. We're seeing a lot of small businesses get online for the first time but moving online and especially to mobile friendly. Commerce isn't always easy. The process can be expensive and complicated but facebook. Says it wants to help entrepreneurs solve those problems therefore setting up a new storefront on shops will be free and Sandberg claims. It's easy to. She says it'll only take minutes. The new storefronts are intended to allow merchants. Not just to show their wares but to conduct transactions as well a business owner who is linked. Her existing website to facebook shop will be able to take payment on her website. Alternatively she'll be able to check out customers right on facebook or instagram for a small fee to help users. Simplify what can be complicated back in mechanics. Facebook is partnering with Shop Afyon and other ECOMMERCE engines shop which is based in Canada as well known as the merchant platform for millions of small online businesses behind the scenes. The story that facebook is telling that it's here to help is not surprisingly more nuanced. The new shops feature represents facebook wholehearted foray into commerce with brick and mortar stores restaurants closed online sales of sword and facebook. Once in Zuckerberg told the Financial Times at facebook shops had already been under development. The company sped up its launch to take advantage of the spike in online shopping observers. Say The new feature pits facebook against Amazon and ebay based books partnership with shop of. I should help as we reported right here just a couple of months ago shop. If is aggressively competing with Amazon last year at began investing five billion dollars. Over five years to build a nationwide fulfillment network VAT network is intended to help. American merchants offered two day shipping all over the country. You know just like Amazon and that could be an answer to one problem savvy. Merchants will ask about selling directly from facebook and INSTAGRAM. Who'LL SHIT MY products? Facebook won't but shop if I and other logistics partners will Voila problem solved but let's not forget another albeit smaller. Ecommerce rival Oetzi. The company has made it easy for Solo artists and small companies to build online stores from their bedrooms and Kitchens Oetzi. Share price is up ninety percent this year. According to The Wall Street Journal and REVENUES IN THE FIRST QUARTER. Were double what they were three years ago. The paper reported at sees Growth Spike. Especially during the lockdowns has made one thing extremely clear. Just how many millions of soloists are interested in and capable of starting successful businesses online even if facebook is late to this war for online customers. The company has one significant weapon that Amazon Ebay. Oetzi don't have two point six billion monthly users. It's intuitive to see how shops owners will be able to leverage their facebook and instagram followers to boost sales on shops. According to the verge shops will be found on facebook pages or instagram profiles. Dunkelberg says merchants will also be able to let customers. Virtually try on products like sunglasses and makeup by using reality tools. According to the Wall Street Journal so facebook is giving shops away for free. How will it make money while the answer is simple? Advertising Sheryl Sandberg Toll Madman Jim Cramer that one hundred sixty million small business owners already used facebook's free business tools eight million of them already purchased. Facebook ADS Zuckerberg assumes that if facebook shops owners find the storefronts valuable. They'll want to bid more to buy facebook ads according to NPR. That's where the quote real money will come from. According to the Motley fool too many facebook shops is

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Etsy is doing very well during the pandemic

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Etsy is doing very well during the pandemic

"After the Centers for Disease Control suggested that all Americans start wearing masks to be around. Other people masks got hard to find. A lot of shoppers turned to Oetzi the marketplace. Better KNOWN FOR SELLING BESPOKE CRAFTS. Oetzi reported earnings this week. It said it sold more than twelve million masks last month. Totaling one hundred thirty three million dollars and people are buying other things there that they can't get elsewhere like garden plants and seeds sewing materials and even kitchen supplies. The question is can Oetzi. Keep all those customers once. The pandemic ends Josh. Silverman is the CEO of Betsy. I asked him I. Where did all those masks come from the beginning of April the CDC changed its guidelines and recommended that Americans wear fabric face masks and all the sudden we saw an explosion of demand literally overnight on Itsy and so we put out our call a call to our sellers saying? Hey if you have a sewing machine. Please start making masks. And Within Two weeks we had twenty thousand sellers making masks and in fact now we have sixty thousand sellers who've made and sold masks so when you buy a mask from them you really helping them out and Oetzi could go from zero to hundreds of thousands of masks in days just because of the dynamism of the oetzi seller base. Is there any precedent for asking sellers for something specific as usual at all for you to sort of use your incoming data to inform sellers about what might do well? I can't think of a time that we've had a surge of demand for one specific product. That was so strong that we needed to do a a calling all sellers in this way. There are all kinds of product categories. That are selling really well it today. The didn't even exist a month ago. For example there are sellers. That are creating pocket hugs. This is like a trinket that you send it to someone you love to give them a virtual hug and let them know that you're thinking of them and that's one of thousands of examples of products that are sellers have created That create whole new categories kind of out of thin air

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How online retailers are handling the COVID-19 gold rush

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:27 min | 8 months ago

How online retailers are handling the COVID-19 gold rush

"There is high demand online for disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer facemasks. Things people hope will prevent corona virus so much though that we've seen inflated prices for those items on Amazon and Ebay even on Walmart's online store in places like oetzi other online sellers are making claims that certain products will help. When there's no proof they actually will. Amazon has removed over a million items from third party sellers and says it's working with officials in multiple states to prosecute the quote worst offenders for price gouging on corona virus related items and Ebay is blocking new listings of disinfecting wipes and ninety five surgical masks and hand. Sanitizer LOUISE Metaxas covers online platforms for wired. I think the Ebay story says two things. One Ebay doesn't really have the capacity to handle this on a listing by listening. So they're just like you know we're not going to deal with this anymore and then secondly I think it points to how these platforms are really responsive to public relations. Crises doesn't sell something that a bunch of people are really upset about Amazon doesn't either but I think that Amazon is more willing to kind of go listing by listing. And try and take a scalpel at this rather than a hammer and Ebay is just like we can't even we don't have the capacity to even deal with this right now. What ABOUT AMAZON? Does it actually have the resources to sort of scalpels this problem in the near future and beyond? I honestly don't think so. I'm still seeing a lot of price. Gouging still seeing a lot of misleading listings for the kinds of face masks. That actually won't protect you from the virus so I think that these issues are going to continue to be a problem and I think that they show that just like social platforms how to respond to misinformation about a public health crisis. These e commerce platforms also have to figure out how to have like a very controlled response. I think that this is one of the first big crises where these ECOMMERCE platforms have had to figure out a content moderation strategy just like the social platforms. Have it and I don't know if they were really ready for that in the same way. I wonder if this is an an arena where it like with so many things with tech platforms some regulation would help you know a tech platforms have resisted a lot of regulation and oversight but I wonder if they might be just. It would be helpful for them to have a rule to follow. Instead of having to sort of like going to a secret boardroom and make a role. Actually think that that's a great idea. I've gotten a ton of emails from people who work in contracting and construction because they actually need to wear these masks to do their job by law and a lot of places I mean. They can't get a hold of so they're contracting jobs. That are on hold right now because they can actually get the supplies that they need those sorts of unintended consequences or the sorts of things that regulation can prepare for ahead of time. I think that'd be great. It also makes it a lot easier for Amazon to make this decision very quickly. And not have you know. Pushback from their cellars or pushback from consumers. And they can just point off the regulators and say this is already a pre made decision and we're following the regulation rather than having to exactly scrambling come up with their own piecemeal decisions here which I think is is really ineffective and creates a lot of backlash for them. I think they would actually welcome. Not and then as a result of course we're seeing sellers inflate prices and other sellers even offering products that they say will guard against Krona virus when they actually won't right. How widespread is this sort of generalized? Misbehavior with complicated here is that there are legitimate. Supply chain issues. As well. So on one hand I think there are opportunistic sellers who are trying to kind of Jack up the price of hand sanitizer Jack Up. The price of face masks to entice. Shoppers were scared and willing to pay more than they usually would. But I think that there are also issues where I've heard from sellers were saying that distributors are actually raising their list prices. Because they're having trouble getting a hold of stock or they're having trouble actually producing these goods at the level of which their demand. So I think that you are seeing some legitimate supply and demand issues here. In addition to opportunistic people who are trying to make a off of a crisis. So I think this is a really kind of you know multifaceted issue and it's not a simple just like. Oh you know this guy wants to make a bunch of money off people who want to sanitize their hands more than usual. It's also that this. Is this really complicated? Supply chain that we've created where people are accustomed to going on Amazon and getting something cheap in you know as little as twenty four hours to their doorstep when that's not possible you kind of see the cracks in the infrastructure here where there are legitimate issues. Where within China? Where was the epicenter of the virus? Originally where all these factories are. Where a lot of things I can't sanitizer and mass are actually created so. I think that they're kind of more issues here than you might expect. From a from a supply chain perspective

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Gen Zers bring retro looks back with an app

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Gen Zers bring retro looks back with an app

"Yup. I said it are serving looks from the nineties. And they're finding that good vintage stuff on an APP called deep. The depot is kind of like the love child Oetzi an instagram people sell used clothes and sneakers and street wear shoppers create a profile. Answer a a brief questionnaire about their style and start following people who sell what they're looking for and as marketplace tech Alvarado reports deep rolls a whole bunch of trends is into one ninety s fashion influencers buying used up the planet and the side Hustle. Here with more high top sneakers washed-out without t shirts of old rock bands and super tiny glasses. That's what Rebecca machine a twenty six year. Old Graphic designer started selling on her new pop store last year. She's into sourcing. Distinctive looks from the eighties nineties. An even early two thousands anything. That's kind of super branded logo heavy or it just like huge brand. That kind of stuff definitely sells the best scroll through her depot collection. It's all Nike turtlenecks. Ripped and jackets or even Harley Davidson unbutton ups. And as she got more followers on pop she noticed teenagers asking for really specific items. I sell pretty much anything vintage that you can think of so whether that's denim shirts purses accessories pretty much anything that I can find that you know has some nostalgia to it. I'm definitely interested in selling for these young shoppers. Fashion Stout is staked on not so much owning the latest items. It's more about the heart to find conic old ones and that shift might help team theme or trend hopping and quickly tossing away. Habit sir. Robert's as a professor at Ucla an Internet culture expert and not only are

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"oetzi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"oetzi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"And our servers rivers using renewable energy but when a seller ships a package from her house to the buyer. That's really outside of our supply chains we said how can we make sure that that doesn't have a negative of environmental impact and three degrees has been an amazing partner to help us to offset all of the carbon that comes from shipping okay scheme to i want to know what is the competitive advantage of hiring hiring you in other words. I see a lot of young people and young people want to know what a company is doing to preserve the environment. They bring you in. Do you see some step up or awhile. I want to say he just because i think a lot of people feel good d- do but it's actually biscuits. I think first of all it starts with leadership of the companies that we work with the truly believe that ah climate change is is <hes> something that they have to take urgent action on it starts there but they also recognized that within their stakeholders that there's they wanna create create a connection with values <hes> and that that just makes good business sense and can i just build on that for a second it turns out it costs less than a penny a package to offset the carbon from shipping when we discovered that we said gosh we're just gonna pay for it at oetzi and then in check out we market that that when you buy from oetzi see you're not impacting the the environment the increase in conversion rate made this paid for itself it literally pays for itself because customers buy more from oetzi because we can work with three degrees in offset habitual buyers which term i love the cheese because of it yes <hes>. It's good for business and it's good for the environment. It doesn't have to be a trade. Well see. I think that penny per <hes> per package is something. I think a lot of people have no education. I think a lot of people feel this suddenly see. We'll start losing money because they're doing this. You do do not necessarily <hes> impact the bottom line negatively when you come in no at the end of the day of the leadership of our partners recognized that there's value in there with their the company to to take these kinds of steps <hes> and if i cut a demystify the notion of an offset stupid because really there's a they are a mechanism to channel money money to projects that reduce greenhouse gases and there's an extensive process behind the scenes the projects have to go through to get verify to ensure the environmental integrity already so it's actually that our partners and all those people out there that see what he's doing can be assured that those emissions are truly happened well. I think that's terrific. I i want to say on the first day you picked up the tab for everybody ecommerce which raises visibility so that this man comes in help preserve our environment which we didn't eat more than ever steve maneuvering in three degrees. Thank you so much josh great to see this. Josh silverman brooklyn's own oetzi. Thank you so much guys soon. When it comes to your portfolio kramer will always go the extra mile travelling the country and telling the most valuable story start your investment journey with matt money and lead kramer helped map out your financial future uh-huh the last call received my support wins and then they'll widing round is over. Are you ready.

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Stock Market Round-Up: Wednesday, May 8th

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Stock Market Round-Up: Wednesday, May 8th

"Update. We'll socks attempt at a rally in the afternoon. However that fizzled out the Dow finishing up just two points. Thanks to a good day. Bye. Shares of Disney the s&p was down four points. The NASDAQ was down by twenty points. Checking some after hours earnings new shares of online streaming company Roku, their shares are up after hours after their results were able to top expectations. Elsewhere shares of Oetzi are down just around eight percent or so. After the company reported lacklustre first quarter

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"oetzi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"oetzi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On the major social media and stuff, and I get I get tons of clicks. I get a lot of likes. I get a lot of complimentary comments. I'm just not converting anything into sales. So what do you what do you? Call like tons of likes. How many well, for example, on the one the one that what I just started putting the site up week ago, and I've got over five hundred likes. That's pretty good. That's pretty good. All right. So you're trying. So your question to me is how can you spread the word without going to paid advertising? Right, right. Because also I've been doing basically for the paid advertising years. I'm just spending money on clicks. And not really getting a benefit from it. So people are clicking. But they're not buying. I get people leave likes and comments on how nice things look. But. You need him to buy something every once in a while. Me myself. I know I said you need you need a customer every once in a while. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Do you know what I looked at your Oetzi shop? Have you seen his SC shop? Yes. I have first of all I think you need to get rid of the seasons. Greetings at the top. Steve. Yeah. I in fact, I was going to change that today and didn't get around to yet. Yeah. I mean, you know, Christmas is gone gone. But. So what do you think Andrew? Well, there's a lot of products. That's for one thing. I mean, it's like one hundred eighty different things in the shop. And I'm confused. You said it was your photography is the the Cup with the dragon flying on it. Is that your original art? It's it's my original art. Yeah. I should rephrase that I use my photography, and I also use some graphics programs, and sometimes I merged the two together using my my photography and creating graphics. And then I also apply painting like textures and stuff appearance to the items, and is the theme of the shop bible verses with an image. Actually. No, that's just just started. Posting recently. I started actually working on another website, which was a religious based gifts, and basically taking my images and art and putting scripture vs on it. And I've been posting it to the same Betsy shop, and I'm thinking about setting up a separate Oetzi. I mean, you can do that. But you know, you only we one good at sea shop because then you driving traffic to two different places. Okay. Initially. My thought is that if you could do a decent Instagram account. And so you'd have a bible verse of the day. And so people love that where you put a photo up with a bible verse of the day, and then you can put, you know, see, the see my bio for links to products like this where if you share and things like that. Then I think that would be something also you can do a quick and dirty Email newsletter the day because then you could also do one bible verse in the day that I think would also be beneficial. I think it'll help drive some traffic. So why don't you try that you need help setting it up along the way Steve just know that we're here for you. Right right now. I gotta do the photography tips. Brought to you by the fast photo scanner talking about getting closer. And instead of zooming again. You know, sometimes you don't want to zoom in at a large as the image. But compresses the quality in addition to that you want to try a different angle every once in a while. I mean being your own telephoto lens look for things from a different angle allows for a different perspective and search for finer details, we get down instead of just looking at somebody I level.

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"oetzi" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"You know, what you have to see where they're coming from. Because a lot of them are coming from China. Yep. And that's where I tracked it, and it was such B S, man. I ordered that probably a month ago. I've had that problem at sea so zone. Well, the aircraft that I bought for max, I got on Oetzi, and it was from this this guy this jeweler in Israel and the tracking wasn't coming in. I thought Ono did this happen again. But I emailed him, and he was very responsive. Oh good and send it, and it was it's gorgeous little baby diamond ear Akaba. Also, cool the blanket is a joke. So I mean, if any of you ordered that tell mate because and return it and return it. Yeah. And I wonder if they'll take it back. I don't know. I have it. We have to be I'm so Inc. Gry? But she was cool. She was fine. And then for Terry. I had bought this art. So I came here. But it's called this was an Instagram purchase. But this one was good. It's this picture frame. Yep. And you set up a website for it. And. Yeah. And it you'll send pictures to it. So like he could set it up at the office, and I could Email 'em picture. Right. And it'll go right to the front, right. So just make sure it's not nothing knotty. I know. But anyway, so we sent that. So I gave him that. He loved it to did. Yes, he loved and then I got on the tall shoes. He like the best gift ever good. Yes. Good. And then your gifts. So he gave me this box. And I opened it. And I kind of assumed it was going to be this little Chanel necklace that I'd seen and open. And it was a cardiac box. And I was like. I there was no sanctioned Cartier kinda get but I opened it up. And I was like, oh, that's so pretty and so he was like you haven't seen that before. And I'm like, no. And he was like, oh, I think he didn't understand because obviously you would Samara picked it out. But I think he he thought that I had seen it before got it. He didn't understand you guys were just gathering suggest right? Right. And so he thought it was something I wanted. Yeah. I thought it was very pretty. Yeah. Maybe a little delicate for me if he had picked it out. Right. I would've loved it. Right. But when I understood he really didn't. But anyway, it was so nice about it. Oh, it's so beautiful. He was like do you love it? I'm like, no. I love it. It's so pretty imbo on put it on. Like, do you love it? Right. So I could tell I could see like he was kind of lukewarm on. And then he was we'll wait a minute. And then he goes away. It comes back and hands me this gorgeous box. And I'm like, well, what's that? And I opened. Up. And it was something that I picked out that I. I had seen the jeweler a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. And I totally forgot I'm like I love. And he was like, oh good. I'm so glad because that was kind of the reaction I was expecting the first one. And I was like and it wasn't like the first one. I mean, honestly wasn't like it was a huge expensive radium. Sweet. It was cute. It wasn't something that I would wear the I don't know. But the second thing. Excited. I was so, but the nice thing is I actually went on the cardio website. And I saw something I love. Oh, good. And so he's gonna take me this weekend. We're gonna exchange it. Okay. There you go. So it all turned out. Great. But this ring I love, but you know, it's so funny, and you're going to die when I tell you this story what? So art and don't think I'm crazy. Will you wilting crazy? So let me finish this part. So we so we do all the gifts. And of course, I make biscuits and whatever. And then and then I was like I'm going to drink champagne and the kids like you're in Oklahoma, eight o'clock in the morning. It's brench port orange juice it feels about and then after a while. So we started at seven by eight thirty they all left and cocoa..

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"oetzi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"oetzi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Yes. For my teenager. There's anything legitimate out there. So a lot of the opportunities to work on your own schedule or work from your home. You have to be typically twenty one years old, but that's not true for all of them. And I've got a guide at Clark dot com. They don't know if you've seen that is a guide to legitimate work at home opportunities, your teenager can walk through the various things there. See what intrigues her? And then the ones that interest her click on it. And and see what would be involved in see if she would qualify and a lot of teenagers. If she has art talent do very well running their own business on Oetzi. Does she have any innate or natural art ability now more into like gaining the video games? I did search for the teenage will teenagers work from home, and I found some sites, but I didn't know if they were really legitimate. And that's you know, that is the very very difficult part. And you're so right Debbie to question because it's unfortunate thing for me to say, but. Gosh, I hate to even say what I'm about to say. But almost all sites advertised for work at home are not legitimate. It's very rare that a work at home site is the real deal and is legit. I really struggle. A lot of people struggle. What can their kids do? Right. So what we'll do. We have this vetted list of legitimate work at home. We'll go dig into each of them. And we'll put some kind of note there if they do allow teenagers to do the work, and that would be an easy way for people to see the west and also see if.

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"oetzi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"School even elementary school. But high school for sure. It isn't the kids not going to get into Harvard. Your kids not getting into Harvard. It isn't my kid isn't a good enough athlete or how is my kid getting along in the class. Or is. She popular those aren't the real thoughts. You and I have the real thoughts that you. And I have when we're meeting with the guidance counselor is this. I don't want my daughter to become a crack. That's what we think about. I'm sitting there with the very prim and proper guidance counselor in my very tolerant patient patient patient, current much younger very beautiful. Never suffering wife. And they're talking about serious things. You know, her attendance has to get better. Her tests are very good. She's not very good to turning in homework. She's very busy making Meredith Pugh Symes, which you can buy an Oetzi meredith's Pugh slimes on Oetzi Bhai them. She was Christmas line. This is a smart girl. She's a pianist she makes slime she aces test. But she really doesn't want to do homework. And she really doesn't want to go to school. She doesn't want to go to school. And I really don't have a lot of good arguments. I look I look the guidance counselor. And I say, well, I don't want it to become a crack whore. Guidance counselor slams her etiquettes the desk my wife covers her face. I I don't want her to become a crack whore. Isn't that what we're really afraid of.

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"oetzi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on KOMO

"Stormy weather to continue. We will have rain this afternoon. Breezy conditions in Seattle with a high about fifty and then the snow increasing later tonight and tomorrow. So we have up to three feet potentially of new snow in the cascade passes. Rain tomorrow in Seattle with some sun breaks downtown. Now, it's forty eight a KOMO news. A young entrepreneur is cleaning up. This Christmas is almost Brian Calvert tells us if you like goo, his Oetzi website is just for you. Gavin purser usually has a pretty busy day. I get my homework done in class. And then go home and start doing whatever I need to deal like package orders are either mixon prevents. Yes. He said slime as in the toy aisle sensation of the last couple of years. Perhaps you've heard of it some people then some people don't it can be sticky definitely slimy. And in Gavin's case, it can be very colorful this fifteen year old has his own business called what else slime king's clouds. This phone be like kind of crunchy sign slime is so big. He just got home from national slime convention. So how did Gavin get started on this sticky adventure? Pies and sizes I try to do it. And then my count is kind of crazy. I thought that it was going to be like just a fad kind of went away. But a year later, it's just gotten crazy. Elizabeth sparks now helps her son when she can't after all the orders keep coming in. I'm so proud of him. He has worked so hard. That's basically what he does. Besides having amazing grains at school. And apparently, you don't even have to touch slime in order to enjoy its benefits video of the Kennewick teenager, and his slime is surpassed a million and a half us because just watching slime can be therapeutic especially for those with autonomous sensory. Meridian response or ASMAR has come to watch it.

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"oetzi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The Clark Howard show, Debbie. You're looking for something you can do it home to earn some extra money is that right? Yes. It's specifically for my teenager. If there's anything legitimate out there. So a lot of the opportunities to work on your own schedule or work from your home. You have to be typically twenty one years old, but that's not true for all of them. And I've got a guide at Clark dot com. That I don't know if you've seen that is a guide to legitimate work at home opportunities, your teenager can walk through the various things there. See what intrigues her? And then the ones that interest her click on it. And and see what would be involved in see if she would qualify and a lot of teenagers. If she has art talent do very well running their own business on Oetzi. Okay. Does she have any innate or natural art ability? Now more into like gaming the video games. I did search for the teenage wor- teenagers work from home. And I found some sites, but I didn't know if they were really legitimate. And I you know, that is the very very difficult part. And you're so right Debbie to question because it's unfortunate thing for me to say, but. Gosh, I I hate to even say what I'm about to say. But almost all sites advertised for work at home are not legitimate. It's very rare that a work at home site is the real deal and is legit. I really struggle. A lot of people struggled with what can their kids do? Right. And so what we'll do. We have this vetted list of legitimate work at home. We'll go dig into each of them. And we'll put some kind of note there if they do allow teenagers to do the work, and that would be an easy way for people to see the whist and.

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"oetzi" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"So the magic that I thought was I'm going to go on Oetzi, and I'm going to see if I can find some magical potions to draw the birds in and this is my stupidity. No idea what I was doing. I decided to take some crystal points, and I I actually marinated them and this animal spirit concoction that I bought from the sky on it. And then I place them like a grid. I did not know I was greeting at the time around these bird feeders. What was this supposed to do? Just bring in buds. Sure. I mean, that's what I wanted it to do because it has any parts we had like doesn't feeders up there. And it's like, we're the birds. So I thought I'm going to conscious birds and boy did I conjure some birds. Yes. So for me, I mean. I'm not sure how much of this. The story wanna tell because this is caught involved. It had something to do with coming home. And seeing a giant imprint on you, you'll gloss sliding dole the next day which looked like a bud had crash landed into the window. And and how from I'm trying to remember the because I read the book weeks ago. Now, I'm trying to remember how you started to figure out that there were things in the unseen world in you'll Becca, right? That I had ghosts happened was like everybody else we'll have smartphones. And we all take pictures of just things that are of interest. Right. We just did we take there's a pretty lower. I'm a big picture and put it on Instagram. So what I saw this. I keep calling it. A bird stain bird imprint would probably be a better term. On this window. I took a picture of it. And I texted it to Brenda who has now become a better closer friend. And I said get a lotta this bird stain or bird, whatever, Mark. And I said, and there was no bird on outside the window. Isn't that crazy? And she takes me back, and she's like open your eyes. There's a spook in your picture, and I'm like what? And so I looked closely at the photograph. There's a ghost in the background in my side yard where just for everybody is where I put the marinated crystal points from concoction from Oetzi and a grid. So it was a it was a humanoid Figaro just a face, and it was a human figure. It was like a woman, and it looks like she was wearing a long dress. And she looked kinda mad. But that's that's what it looked like. And of course, because this is where the movie business comes into play. We're the studio that made poltergeist. Okay. So I think that's important note. And I think it's important to note that Hollywood has absolutely an utterly ruined ghosts. Because we've made them all evil and bad. Yeah. I agree. And so naturally, I think I opened a goes portal to you think you have been goes poodle old did Brinda suggest you open to goes poodle. She had said make sure you didn't open a portal. And like, I don't know how to go about that. Julia. The loss thing you want to do is open a portal. So tell me an appeal. Tell me didn't open to memorial. And I'm like all right, then I'm going to buy a truckload of sage. And that's when there was really the most fascinating turn of events happened. Not that all this stuff isn't because it's kind of fascinating to tell you the truth. But this was really pivotal that. I started burning sage I mean, I was burning sage I had I had deal with his native American woman like to get her crop pretty much, and I'm very resourceful to if you're obsessive you have to be also resourceful. So I start boarding sage constantly. And there was a an I, and I had my my lab Homer named after the cartoon character, another philosopher, we would go walk the perimeter of the house burning this sage and one day. I didn't burn it all so I sat outside with it to let it burn down. Because I was also girl scout. And I knew not to, you know, leave ovum flames. And again here comes the whole iphone thing. Right. I pull out my phone, and I just started taking pictures of the smoke. I don't know why..

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"oetzi" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Guide and we have the stocking stuffers. Tell you gotta go over to the show notes page and click on some of these links. This is way too much fun. Hopefully, you have your cocoa or your coffee or whatever else you happen to be sipping, and you can go and take a look at some of these things that I'm talking about. Have film camera that needs to good home funny? I was just talking about the phone camera. Shop. So over the last year, I've received donations from TVS members who have film cameras that need a good home. So what I do is. I inspect these items a repair them. I clean them again them already. And then I put them in the film camera shop that I run on at Oetzi, and I get him in the hands of people who like shooting them, and the thing that separates a film camera shop from, you know, buying on EBay is that every camera in the film camera shop every lens every assessories as been on my workbench, it has been cleaned. It's been tested spin loved, right? And when people open up the box that they get from me. They're Ida either. This looks great it smells good, and is ready to go in the reason why I can do that the reason why I can put that time into this. Because I do get a lot of donations. And that allows me to film test them that allows me to work on them. And then sell them reasoning the film Cam. Shop. So if you have a camera, then just contact me via the contact form on the nimble photographer. Let me know what you have. And then, you know, we'll figure it out how to get it over to me. This is one of the ways you can help support the site. This is one of the ways that we can help keep film photography alive is just a winning land all the way around. Okay. Have just a few updates for you. Well, I tell you..

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"oetzi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sense. Here's Yarosh right point spending it to the lightning near corner droid wlac for Gord where does checked by Christian Yarosh? Where's that pocket? Comes by the lightning to pay RV naggus. Harvey leaves it for the Oetzi left corner right corner. White on white in the offensive end shoot save to being the glove and he holds on so routine. Save the lightning unable to get out of their own end here double defensive zone shifts. One lady when icing. Shot to see for demeaning light. He'll send out the pocket line with seven minutes. Exactly remaining in the third score nodded at two. Tyranny and podcast. One by mcdonagh behind the lightning net trying to get away from Nick Paul, and he well, he just accelerated out of trouble right there up the right side podcast to the red line sweeps in it. Dylan to mellow by the Ottawa net loses pocket right corner keeps alive for Callan. By the goal talent. Sweep till appointed. Mcdonagh. Cradles it what's for shooting lane? Now, he fired save made rebound Callen. Couldn't get an in front defended that pretty well. And it's punched out of there by Danilo to center ice, Ernie in the counter left wing pocket jams. It back in to our score in the third Dylan develop around the far side disease. Looking to clear at Callan ties up his stick? It is out of the zone though off the clear in early was going to the bench. So we let the puck go past and Bobby Ryan's pursuing it for pocket hustle to graphic and a little bit of a scramble sequence here for the lightning. Now strong in the far corner goes back to Cobra behind the net. Brandon Coburn just wheels out of trouble. It may feed coup dropped.

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"oetzi" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Need in a store, right? You can no long, nobody stocks. Anything I sent Freddie over to best buy a couple of weeks ago and said, can you give me a a case for my iphone? I'm going to do the king and he came back news like they don't have any. What will probably now what's what's that prime now is where you're going. No one is stuck anything. So if you're looking at this world and thinking that this isn't the right direction to go. Support these small companies because this could be the future where things are bespoke and built by people who really care and that you could go support them and it doesn't take much. It's an extra forty bucks on that garage kit. Go do it. Is that pretty much totally? Yeah. And people. It's shocking like the fact that you had to put. Little cards in every kit. No recasting in. It's people don't think about it. I mean, look, this is why I prefer to buy my garage kits and that kind of stuff on in Oetzi over EBay and don't get me wrong. There are still some shippers on Oetzi who are cheating and stealing. But for the most part, you can reach out and contact the seller directly, Annette and that means you can build a relationship and you can be confident of that relationship. I mean, just in general, even even with computer hardware, somebody the other day sent me a link. It was like, hey, is this the ram eighty for my computer? And it was an EBay link. I was like, dude, do not buy computer hardware, EBay. Especially ran because it's like if it's if it's like, if you're buying a piece of ram, you're buying a high end high latent high end lowly expensive memory. It's really easy to peel those stickers imprint some new ones and stick stick the expensive. Burned out bitcoin. Yeah, exactly. Don't don't don't buy by old things that you can't find any more new close by stuff like that. Don't buy. It also happens in like in terms of art in even massive mentally mass-produce stuff in terms of like designer toys, and we're going to see a lot of those. Wait, our friend, Jason freen were posted on his Instagram. He has very conic look to his style of his anatomical figures toys. But there are other companies who have even companies he's worked with before. Who have taken that idea and rift on it, and people assume on social media that it's his and he'll have to take an actress sensor this, these four things that you saw, just one I nothing do with. I see no money from this and the retailers he's worked with are now pulling those toys off of their lines and giving refunds people who've bought them because you know, shady breakfast. Nice. Yeah. It's a fine line between, hey, your work, inspired me. You know, if you look at the people that followed, say, Olly, moss all even started least movie posters. What about ten years ago now, almost and he informed an entire generation of designers, it would this kind of minimalist hidden silhouettes been that he started out doing. But if you look at what all he's doing now, for what he was doing eight years ago, he's continued to evolve and continue to grow. So the people who are not off the posters that are living room wall are are very much like they're eight years. Yeah. So you have to keep keep Volvo and keep doing keep doing stuff as an artist at the same time vendor that's knocking off somebody's designs that they've sold before to sell more like shady and there's no hard lines also fully recognize that. You know, we are in this wonderful position where oftentimes small sellers send us their kids to build an really appreciate that. We also abs-. But sorry, and I fully recognized that the difference between one hundred dollars, one hundred sixty dollars is a real difference like that. I get that. I exhort you to think of it not as I'm losing another sixty dollars as as much as I am supporting an independent artists, executing their work at the level that they see fit. That's what that's what you should be thinking about it as it battles just as much the person making in their garage. Exactly. That's a billion one or two more kits exact everyone before we move on with the conversation. I wanna thank the sponsor. That makes this week's episode of still entitled possible, and that's campaign monitor when it comes to Email marketing..

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

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

04:26 min | 2 years ago

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

"Need in a store, right? You can no long, nobody stocks. Anything I sent Freddie over to best buy a couple of weeks ago and said, can you give me a a case for my iphone? I'm going to do the king and he came back news like they don't have any. What will probably now what's what's that prime now is where you're going. No one is stuck anything. So if you're looking at this world and thinking that this isn't the right direction to go. Support these small companies because this could be the future where things are bespoke and built by people who really care and that you could go support them and it doesn't take much. It's an extra forty bucks on that garage kit. Go do it. Is that pretty much totally? Yeah. And people. It's shocking like the fact that you had to put. Little cards in every kit. No recasting in. It's people don't think about it. I mean, look, this is why I prefer to buy my garage kits and that kind of stuff on in Oetzi over EBay and don't get me wrong. There are still some shippers on Oetzi who are cheating and stealing. But for the most part, you can reach out and contact the seller directly, Annette and that means you can build a relationship and you can be confident of that relationship. I mean, just in general, even even with computer hardware, somebody the other day sent me a link. It was like, hey, is this the ram eighty for my computer? And it was an EBay link. I was like, dude, do not buy computer hardware, EBay. Especially ran because it's like if it's if it's like, if you're buying a piece of ram, you're buying a high end high latent high end lowly expensive memory. It's really easy to peel those stickers imprint some new ones and stick stick the expensive. Burned out bitcoin. Yeah, exactly. Don't don't don't buy by old things that you can't find any more new close by stuff like that. Don't buy. It also happens in like in terms of art in even massive mentally mass-produce stuff in terms of like designer toys, and we're going to see a lot of those. Wait, our friend, Jason freen were posted on his Instagram. He has very conic look to his style of his anatomical figures toys. But there are other companies who have even companies he's worked with before. Who have taken that idea and rift on it, and people assume on social media that it's his and he'll have to take an actress sensor this, these four things that you saw, just one I nothing do with. I see no money from this and the retailers he's worked with are now pulling those toys off of their lines and giving refunds people who've bought them because you know, shady breakfast. Nice. Yeah. It's a fine line between, hey, your work, inspired me. You know, if you look at the people that followed, say, Olly, moss all even started least movie posters. What about ten years ago now, almost and he informed an entire generation of designers, it would this kind of minimalist hidden silhouettes been that he started out doing. But if you look at what all he's doing now, for what he was doing eight years ago, he's continued to evolve and continue to grow. So the people who are not off the posters that are living room wall are are very much like they're eight years. Yeah. So you have to keep keep Volvo and keep doing keep doing stuff as an artist at the same time vendor that's knocking off somebody's designs that they've sold before to sell more like shady and there's no hard lines also fully recognize that. You know, we are in this wonderful position where oftentimes small sellers send us their kids to build an really appreciate that. We also abs-. But sorry, and I fully recognized that the difference between one hundred dollars, one hundred sixty dollars is a real difference like that. I get that. I exhort you to think of it not as I'm losing another sixty dollars as as much as I am supporting an independent artists, executing their work at the level that they see fit. That's what that's what you should be thinking about it as it battles just as much the person making in their garage. Exactly. That's a billion one or two more kits exact everyone before we move on with the conversation. I wanna thank the sponsor. That makes this week's episode of still entitled possible, and that's campaign monitor when it comes to Email marketing..

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"oetzi" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"To bring back my superiority complex like slathering my face with gold and joy, Jeremy, and we will we will. So thank you, Jeremy whichever one let us know comment on the patriot. And let us know which which germ you are. And Jeremy dean, I want you to know. But you probably oh, yeah. You can't hear this your card got denied for this month's patriots. Go back on and get your new you probably got a new debit card in the mail. And you know, whenever that happens. They cancel your shit. So he got a little notice when I looked up the Jeremy, so okay, then from Theresa aka t back, she's our only Theresa patriotic person. So again, unless this is just a P person. We don't know again. There's no last name. She sent us to Obama prayer candles from Oetzi, and this is amazing because I have like a little like shrine in my house. Of a crystal that, my friend, and and and the one that reads a book in two days, she got it like charged up at a sound bath in Palm Springs, and she sent it to me. And it's next to my Drake per candle, which got me. And now, my new one of these Obama per candles. We'll go right. I don't even know. I have. I mean, I need all Obama things in my shrine. Yeah. No us out only when you do the Obama prayers in the morning, you should Theresa. I don't even know. There was life changing. I'm like what the fuck was. I think these are great. So her card says the in my feelings candle lighting, this candle curious feelings love you. Both Theresa lemon Glendale candle children. We'll have one here two or you're leaving one for me. Of course. There are two. Oh, we'll have our feelings shrine here. This is the shrine over here. And this is all right. There's a sign that says drug dad, it's all the things. So okay. And we're going to get this together. I ordered the paint got we're going to do the board. It's going to be exciting. Jamie Voss could be girl could be guide. Jamie was a character name in our very first script we ever wrote the nicest thing and Jamie Voss side like that name scientists China's on box of treats huge box. A huge. And it was so great to giant like Costco, things of tissues the tissues of taken on a new importance haven't. They the yes. And let me tell you. I mean, the fact that they're so that like it's it's actually very comforting because as the amount of crying that's been going on. I mean, it's insane. I have now I've boxes of tissues in every room and grab from crying room to young room to cry. And I ended up going behind you and getting up picking up all the ball tissues. I mean, I don't know if we're an early onset menopause. I don't even care. I'm just gonna go through it and be indulgent and eat boxes of chocolates. And be like fuck you Barney's. I'm not gonna care. I just got a cry and cry it's my party, and I'll cry if I want to and I'm going to use these tissues, Jamie. So and so's mammy. Also, there was also double stuffed orios. Yes. Many diet cokes Hugh immediately all gone through in the fridge to cheeses, which are my Fave. And I only love specialty flavors and Jamie got me spicy. Yes. And a huge giant carton of goldfish now, which is my favorite, right? So we're wondering, Jamie. Do you watch first of all everyone's favourite needs to be Doritos? And if it isn't also Julie calls it does instead of Doritos does. But if jury does aren't your favorite, you got you honestly, like, we're not judging, but you might have to rethink. Life seriously. So, but after that, it's specialty cheese. It's for me. And you are the person who goes like Doritos or find the pretzels. That's my home. My gosh. Should go home my God. Wow. So we don't have Jamie, watch people's couch because we can't recall in all the many DIGI, GP episodes and patriot episodes if we've discussed our love for cheeses and goldfish. I didn't think I didn't think we did either. So maybe they watched people's couch and saw that goldfish was a staple. But like goldfish is one of my faves. Yes. Like a toddler, right? And I love goldfish to death. Yes. So Jamie, we feel a now?.

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SyFy Faceoff Special Effects Make Up Artist Walter Welsh Interview

Talk Nerdy to Me

13:27 min | 2 years ago

SyFy Faceoff Special Effects Make Up Artist Walter Welsh Interview

"Hey, listen. All right. Welcome to another addition of talk nerdy to me. Troy Troy. Stagner I have my cogos here. Trevor Cooper. Good morning Selo nerds, and we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Walter Welsh from season ten and thirteen faceoff how you doing today. Walter. Doing great glad to be here and we're happy to have you told us before we started, if you nothing was off limits. So. Now we're dot to doing thing hard to you. So. Oh, good. Let's start with some some simple stuff. Here. I'm reading some of your history here says you were a college football athlete. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah, I, I played football pretty much most of my life and I eventually went on and played a Juku junior college played for a year and a half there. And so I- tore my ligaments in my hand and decided to hang the cleanup. Can you tell us which juke? Oh, it was. Yeah, I played for Diallo valley college in. California in the bay area. And and what position did you play? I was outside linebacker was kinda like a stud baecker. So I just read quarterback at outside contain. You got to do all the fun stuff. The fun stuff without all the crazy middle responsibility. Yeah. And also says you were into competitive bodybuilding. Yeah, right after I tore my ligaments in my hand, I had to wear a club for for football and that's kinda why stop playing just I don't know how guys can do is really difficult and ended up gaining like a bunch of weight. I- ballooned up to like two hundred eighty pounds, and I just hated the way I looked and someone told me I should try to lose weight by shooting for like a competition. So slowly I walked a bunch of weight and I went from a hundred two hundred eighty pounds to down to like one eighty nine and I competed in bodybuilding. And then I continued to do that for another three or four years for years total. So how'd you make the jump from that to to art because then you've got into some portrait painting, assess. Yeah, I I had always been into art. I took like there was like a college elective course in high school called APR Neha in order to get into that, you had to take our every year. So I usually always took my elective in high school in our elective full of my parents are really artistic. So I kinda, I've been drawing because of them my whole life and my brothers super justic. So we've always been into art and onside decided I was done with sports other than bodybuilding was has always just been like a fun passionate hobby of mine. I follow sport and and I live the lifestyle as far as healthy eating and working out every day, but it was never something I wanted to like do professionally or anything. It was just a goal for me in the gym. Art was something that I've always really loved and wanted to pursue. So when I transferred from diabled alley college, I went to Cal State East Bay and I, I got my Arctic gre- there. And when I was there, I was doing portrait painting and airbrushing and stuff like that. And then once I was doing all the airbrush stuff, I, I actually saw the show face off and to be honest before the show, I didn't know too much about special effects. I knew of like STAN Winston and dick Smith, but I didn't know too much about the grades or any other thing besides those two and the work that like STAN Winston had done in the dick Smith, Donald exorcists and stuff. And from there, I just really started taking passionate and researching and watching things and reading things and kind of all went towards that direction from there.

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"oetzi" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Our know exactly how many, but like I have the year I would say. Yeah. And so even in that short amount of time, which is short for being in therapy. I've learned a lot of things, and it's shed a lot of light on myself as person and my upbringing and a centrally kind of just wanted to talk about a lot of what I've learned because it seems to be that I am struggling heavily with something that a lot of other men in our society, not even just American society like society, like as a whole just ways we raise men, which is, you know, the lack of emotion and the lack of like emotional intelligence. That's, I would say, in the lack, it's not a focus. Yeah. And the lack of like communication skills and like talking about emotions and you know, deeper things and being raised, kind of just be fixers of phrase, my therapists, us all the time. You know. And so no wonder you're with me. Wow, I I took on a real big six or upper. Moving to Seattle was demo day. Was it not. Oh my God, where's the ship lab? Like every panic attack I have. Oh, my all right. Shit. Yeah. So basically things that I have learned and I'm kind of at that phase right now where I'm still doing a lot of like learning, and I'm at a point where I'm still not fully accepting everything that I am learning about myself. So it's it's a, it is a fucking I'll say this about it'd be like, is a blessing. Honestly, I am so thankful that I could fucking be there because I can tell that, honestly, I need it and that it's going to help me, but it's going to take a long time a very, very long time and it absolutely gets worse before it gets better. Yes, it and like you're saying like, oh, I've only been in for like a few months. So I personally think that like the first few months are like the hardest. The first few months are when your like putting pieces together and like looking at things from a different angle and really analyzing life and realizing, wow. How this shits fucked up Thurs stuff going on here, and you start feeling really bad about yourself in really bad about things feels at least this is what I experienced. I don't know if you can relate, but it was like felt really hopeless like, oh, wow, I'm overwhelmed, hunting, Pratt. I'm in face overwhelmed, like all of the shit that you're learning about what is wrong. They are like, oh, we'll I could never possibly get through all this. You know, almost like completely exhausted of everything before it starts to feel like Beppo like me. I started feeling really empowered and like we were just talking therapy like the other week or whatever. I was like bitching. I was like, I don't know why I do this to myself, but I plan like Oetzi launches, launched myself on society and I always played that stuff on like Fridays. And she's like, well, do think it's because like on Fridays, you're in a better mood because I make you feel supported and then you go and do stuff. And I'm like..

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"oetzi" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"And energy and even product creation or copy that you write on your website all of that is for sue and what happens is when we start out and business we try this shotgun approach where we think we want to be everything to everyone and we reached no one but when you become so focused on sue and you will find a lot of sousse and a lot of people like sue now of course you'll have some outskirts of people you didn't intend but you become so focused that people think like that and live like that and and by like that and behave like that raise their hand and go oh my gosh that's for me that's the reason stephanie that so many people said i felt like you wrote that for me i felt like that was speaking directly to me because it was speaking directly to a specific type of person that you've been talking to for years and you'd heard their voice you'd heard their frustrations you knew their problems and you wrote to that person in their problems what happens is we try to we think were were creating more opportunity by saying i do this and this and this and i fifteen side businesses and come to me for all the things but no remember no one remembers anything you'd be better set up to pick one thing and do that one thing well for that one type of person you'll have a lot more success i'll give you an example i was just listening to the gold digger podcast this morning when i put my makeup on and with jim courier she was interviewing this woman that had unbelievable success on oetzi see you could argue all the oh it's so saturated and all the things which is true but you can also have incredible success there anywhere this woman had unbelievable success on oetzi and it started out as crickets it started out as hardly any orders and she started getting a little bit more a little bit more in sort of getting some exposure through media but you know what she sold especially when she started out one product jewelry dishes but it was very unique jewelry dishes the design was unique it wasn't like anything you could see but it was just a jewelry dish that's that's it but she leveraged who she wanted to sell to she wanted to sell the bride's for bridesmaids gifts this is her target market here's how they think oh get a gift that noone brides are always getting unique bridesmaids gifts personalized customize.

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No drugs in U.S. celebrity chef Bourdain's body when he died: prosecutor

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:43 min | 2 years ago

No drugs in U.S. celebrity chef Bourdain's body when he died: prosecutor

"Wears a jacket is absurd seen what you will about the piece of clothing it's message and the timing but among those upset by it a portland oregon clothing company called wild fang the company quickly instagram'd its response to the jacket a photo showing a model wearing a different jacket that reads i really care don't you shortly after the internet began buzzing about the jacket that the first lady war as you can imagine that god response so much so that wild fang announced in another message we're doing it then the jacket went on sale in just hours wild things website indicated their new jacket had sold out similar jackets and shirts are popping up on sites like oetzi nbc bay a true capitalist move it could be but wild fang has something else in mind it's reporting that one hundred percent of the profits from their version of the first lady's jacket will be sent to the nonprofit group known as racist which stands for the refugee and immigrant center for education and legal services brian calvert komo news the autopsy is in for anthony bourdain anthony bourdain had no narcotics in his system when he died that according to french officials investigating the suicide of the celebrity chef writer and tv host gordon was dead in his hotel room june eighth it was immediately ruled a suicide that just left the results of the autopsy which is done according to the new york times and no drugs gordon had been open about his issues with drugs in the past that's abc's jason nathanson important united states rolling tryouts underway at the university of washington komo's bill swartz with details in talking dawgs seattle is self proclaimed row town usa making.

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Apple's charging pad faces supply chain delays, much like other innovations

Techmeme Ride Home

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Apple's charging pad faces supply chain delays, much like other innovations

"The deal apple engineers have had to deal with a whole range of engineering and supply chain issues apple had hoped to have the product ready to launch this month but now apple is hoping for september essentially a full year after the air power device was originally announced the engineering challenges have to do with apples ambitious aim to have the pad power multiple devices simultaneously iphone air pieds and apple watch quoting from garments piece apple also wants users to be able to place any of their devices anywhere on the charging matt to begin charge that ambitious goal requires the company to pack the air power with multiple charging sensors a process that has proven difficult the people said the charter is based on custom charging technology gee which it intends to integrate with the key charging standard the company said last year the multi device charging mechanism is challenging to build because it likely requires a different sized charging components for the three types of devices which would overlap across the matt and quote so it seems that with complexity like that apple's engineers are just having a hard time keeping the pad from overheating also problematic is the custom chip that apple's putting inside the device that will run a stripped down version of irs itself this chip has proven to be buggy gherman ends piece by noting that every first generation of a new apple product that the company has announced in recent years has had one sort of delay or another the apple watch was announced in two thousand fourteen and was supposed to go on sale in early twenty fifteen but was supply constrained until the middle of that summer air pods were launched in two thousand sixteen and were slated to come out that ocober but if you'll recall they didn't go on sale until right before christmas and there were seemingly six weeks shipping delays for several months and the home pod announced june twenty seventeen slated for release in december twenty seventeen it ended up going on sale just this past february pretty huge ruling from the us supreme court today and a five to four decision the justices overturn a nineteen ninetytwo supreme court precedent that barred states from requiring businesses with no physical presence in that state to collect sales taxes in other words this is a ruling that will primarily affect ecommerce companies which might now have to collect sales taxes in whatever jurisdiction has them so there are several ways to think about this it's a win for states and local governments because the should turn on a new revenue tap that will be increasingly important as more and more commerce moves online the plaintiff in this case south dakota estimates it could take an additional fifty million dollars a year if it can now tax out of state merchants it can be thought of as a win for brick and mortar retailers because it takes away competitive advantage that online merchants have enjoyed over the entire period that commerce on the web has even been possible on twitter many have been saying that this is a triumph against amazon although that's a little bit of closing the barn door after the horses of already escaped sort of thing as warrior cop said on twitter too bad amazon already got a free ride for a few decades and got to unstoppable black hole size and quote and it should be noted that amazon has been paying state sales taxes for several years now but amazon can afford to collect and pay sales tax in the forty five states that have them things won't be quite so easy for smaller emergence think of the person who's selling t shirts on ebay for example it would be extremely complicated for small organizations to do business on the web if they have to conform with forty five different state tax laws one of the advantages of having a federal system of government is not having to deal with so many different tax regimes so perhaps it's not coincidental that shares in oetzi were down as much as four point four percent in trading today after the news broke as axios notes it's likely that congress will have to quote create national standards around interstate commerce to avoid a patchwork of state sales tax laws that could be difficult for retailers especially small businesses and quote but from a big picture tech angle you could also think of this as the supreme court actually catching up with the modern realities and changes that technology has wrought on society so from that perspective maybe this is a bit of progress a group called the car connectivity consortium announced yesterday.

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Supreme Court lets states force online retailers to collect sales tax

WBBM Early Afternoon News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court lets states force online retailers to collect sales tax

"Provider in your area on twentyfive there's been a bit of a drop on wall street in the last few minutes let's get the very latest live from bloomberg and a lisa peretti that's right jim the dow is now sinking two hundred six points are almost one percent and we're back to twenty four thousand four forty seven the nasdaq losses also accelerating here down almost one percent or sixty five points snp still lower by eighteen points or two thirds of a percent the bloomberg wbz 'em chicago index down one percent a ruling by the supreme court today is not helping wall street the high court says states and local governments can start collecting billions of dollars in sales taxes from online retailers the court overturned in nineteen ninetytwo ruling that had made much of the internet a tax free zone putting those etailers at an advantage over the brick and mortar retailers so amazon overstock and oetzi all of those companies heading sharply lower the unemployment office is still partying like it's nineteen seventythree the labor department's measure of new jobless claims finds two hundred eighteen thousand americans lined up for first time jobless benefits last week that was down three thousand from the previous week and the experts were expecting an increase the boss of intel is being replaced the surprise announcement follows an investigation into a pass consensual relationship now former ceo brian chrysanthemums had with an intel employees intel's chief financial officer bob swan has been named interim ceo until a permanent replacement is found intel.

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 Flea-Market App Mercari Jumps More Than 70% in Tokyo Debut

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Flea-Market App Mercari Jumps More Than 70% in Tokyo Debut

"A m tuesday morning right here in hong kong members shot celebrity and i'm bryan curtis we've got an hour and a half to go before we get trading started in tokyo sydney and seoul and then three hours before hong kong and shanghai opened up futures flat australian futures up but for the china markets and hong kong and taiwan could get a little ugly today i ate really trade on these trade tensions boiling over so we'll see with doug krizner he'll step in just a moment but for now the top stories we're gonna warnings from former us treasury secretary lawrence summers says developed countries are not prepared for the next economic downturn and he says central banks should be wary of raising interest rates just because inflation is slightly halt and speaking of hot the war of words between the united states and china over trade is heating up secretary of state mike pompeo pay mike pompeo weighed in today he called china's appeals for more trade openness a joke pompeo was commenting in michigan where businesses would likely be hard hit by a trade war with china in the meantime x commerce secretary carlos gutierrez says that investors ignore trade developments at their peril people are talking about whether we're going to be the trade war whether a trade war is coming make no doubt the trade wars here we are in a trade war and i'm surprised that it's taken the market so long to recognize that gutierrez is currently co chair at albright stonebridge group google investing five hundred fifty million dollars in cash into china's jd dot com that says the us giant pushes deeper into online commerce do companies plan to explore joint development of retail solutions in south east asia the united states and europe while big japanese tech ipo debuts today we're talking here about macari which you might describe as sort of combination of ebay and oetzi startup is already valued at a billion dollars bloomberg's david and glass in tokyo says there's a lot of excitement about it today incites basically says you have about two hundred forty unicorns in the world one hundred fifteen of those in the us seventy in china nine india two in japan this is the other one of the two and i'm sure you haven't even heard if the other one preferred network so it is a big deal here is the biggest tech ipo since line listed about two years ago all right well what we have also is essentially a mixed and for us stocks probably more down than anything else got more from bloomberg's charlie pellett in this wall street wrap it was a mixed day on wall street with the dow and snp lower nasdaq advanced amid the escalating protectionist standoff between china and the united states greg valliere is chief global strategist at horizon investments at some point i think somebody is going to have to cry uncle and i think these terrorists hurt china germany much of the eu more than they heard us so at some point they may relent they may agree to some compromises but sadly we're not there i think this story gets worse before it gets better the s and p five hundred index down five a drop of two tenths of one percent the dow down one hundred three down four tenths of one percent nasdaq off by half a point in new york charlie pellett all right we've got some breaking action and also look at the markets here thirty three minutes past the hour let's get right over to doug krizner in a rebuke ryan to president trump the us senate has voted to pass the defense authorization bill that restores penalties on the chinese telecommunications giant z t e we'll have more on that as we continue here on daybreak asia and energy stocks we were talking about overall weakness in the us equity market energy proved to be the bright spot that we had crude oil trading higher by one point two percent in new york recovering from a big selloff in the friday session we were down about two point eight percent we've got this key opec meeting coming up and producer said to be discussing a smaller than expected boost to oil production wti right now sixty five seventy six so you wanna know what we're likely to face australia in about an hour and twenty five minutes from now i know the.

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"oetzi" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"oetzi" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Where am i and then it would be like exclusive are but the thing with oetzi is like obviously there's no like subscription service is really good for basis for starting store but there are some things that are noticeably missing that would be really fucking first of all when you're making maybe this is helpful i got a lot of questions people want us to talk about like oetzi store and like how to start stuff and that's kind of something i wanted to talk about today a little bit it's been on my mind but like one of the things that does suck about it is so i'm making you know a decent portion of my work is going into digital downloads right now for phone backgrounds right and i want to expand that to different types of digital downloads whatever but you can't have kuzma's ation for that so say for example if someone wanted to buy like a print for their phone like a digital download i couldn't have dropped out many that was like oh you want the month of june that's what when you look at shop rv d you see one for iphone and one for android because you know when you go and you buy somebody's like i don't know you buy fucking ring and like there's like twenty different stones you can have inside the ring or whatever like usually that person draw the trump down comments or something like but usually there's a drop down they don't let you do that for digital stuff which is really stupid and why we have to listen the way that you do you know so it would be there would be like a listening that was just like whatever i'd name the subscription service like shop beauties calendar subscription twenty nineteen and it's one listing and you buy that by the year up front and then every month the email that you use to buy that subscription i send you a personal email with the image and then like a little blurb about like why picked that particular art and it would also like the reason why i wanna do is one it'd be fun it would just be fun to it would push me to make art that's just for like one specific.

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