35 Burst results for "Pena"

Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health

"Today we're having a special episode of the doctors pharmacy with dr toddler. Pena's our house call episode. We dive deep into issues in the function medicine. Space and help you understand your body. A new way understand to access health using the framework of functional medicine. Welcome tun thank you. Mark is great great topic so years ago. Our mentor. sid baker who is one of the genius mines medicine. I believe on the twentieth twenty-first century basin he wrote this book called the circadian prescription. And who was the first one who really talked about the role of rhythm in health. So can you tell us why rhythm and circadian rhythms and chronology is actually so important in. What is it all about anyway all right. Well you know you're absolutely right. I i read the book That's that said. Baker wrote says chicane prescription. That's sort of where the sir lightbulb went off my head said you know this is really important stuff. And it's sort of the fourth dimension of health which is time and understanding that you know we have rhythms in nature. We have the rising of the sun in the setting of the sun and then the lunar cycles and we have the the months in the seasons in the year so it only makes sense that our body has its own cycles and own seasons and understanding that We have these internal clocks and we have jeans. They're called clock genes and they have to synchronize Just like an orchestra got a lot of different pieces You're talking earlier in a podcast. About how many different chemical reactions are going on the body. You have chemicals being made you have chemicals being broken down. You have chemicals being detoxified in you have all these rhythms going on in the body in their happening In in harmony if you will and just like when you have a an orchestra in order for an orchestra to make really good music what do you need. You need a conductor and this is understanding that the bodies conductor Is synchronizing the whole body in terms of the liver and the heart and the muscles and they gestion all of those factors so our body's ability to have a good rhythm is key towards health

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Reese's new peanut butter cup has no chocolate

The Bobby Bones Show

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Reese's new peanut butter cup has no chocolate

"Is rolling out a new candy for peanut butter lovers. I cannot wait for this. It's going to be called the rhesus ultimate peanut butter lovers cups. This is the first time. This is the first time in. Like i guess the ninety year history of reese's candy that they have made a peanut butter cup without chocolate tasting. So it's peanut butter in the middle with peanut butter coating on the outside and it sounds amazing. It's just a global peanut butter. It sounds like pena middle peanut butter on the outside. The coating is like the chocolate coating like the texture of the chocolate. But it's peanut butter so it's two different

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Houston Fire Chief Peña urges residents not to use grills or propane heaters to stay warm during power outages

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Houston Fire Chief Peña urges residents not to use grills or propane heaters to stay warm during power outages

"At noon. The record setting single digit frigid winter storm is almost shut down. Normal life in the state of Texas. Jeff Man also has the latest Winter storm and freeze warnings across Texas with millions of people still without power statewide, including 1.3 million customers in Houston alone is going to get cold tonight. Be very cautious. Do not use grills do not use propane heaters. Or or generators too close to the home. Houston Fire Chief Sam Payne knows his crews have already responded to about 90 carbon monoxide calls, including two deaths. Roads are slick. Some are closed and shelters are maxed out as Texas now stairs down 2 to 6 inches more of snow and ice

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A highlight from S02E27 The Spider by Basil Copper

Classic Ghost Stories

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

A highlight from S02E27 The Spider by Basil Copper

"There was an uneasy moment however miss pena put his key in the lock of them. Twelve all the lights in the corridor suddenly went out evidently controlled from downstairs. And for a long minute. Mr pena was in total darkness. Faint scratching noise await. He's left broad sweaty forehead but a moment later he was inside his room and light flooded from the ceiling fixture. He locked the door and stood against a few seconds taking in the contents of the room. It was a prettily conceived chamber. And any other time miss you would've been taken with. Its heavily contrived charm but tonight with these nerves. Curiously shaken he was in no mood for

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:10 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"I don't even have to do show prep anymore. So it's gotten more time back but I think a lot of podcasters. That's what kills a lot of them to is the time that they invest. That's why i don't edit if i would have had to have edited a show. I would not be here today. Every target this this is one thing that kinda angry at an event. I i got this. Someone asked me about this question but multiple people always ask me by so back. Then i used to work at This discovery channel. Nine american miami and at the same time i was doing my show is my job working with their. I love my podcast. I was doing that for a while. And i will go to events. And i will speak and one of the most common questions is like danny so if your pocket sorts accessible central why you're still working at discovery you know like i just love. Tv i love doing that. Also to meet a pocket was always like a side thing. You know so so Back in twenty seventeen. I got laid off and I was doing my podcast and still to this day. I'm going there fulltime right now. But you know if we don't get. We got a lot of ads on our show sometime multiple a week and that's cool and all but another thing that helped south is speaking engagements like i get paid from that. I get paid on a lotta a lotta side projects that i've never even talk about you know so there's different ways to get money. You know If let's say you starting to get An advertiser advertise on the show. Something right do it for cheap for cheap. If you want just to start out as just to show people that you have a strong community that will buy their products with support. It doesn't have to be a well. I have thousand five thousand dollars. Okay now i'm gonna charge this amount of money no matter what like no you have to. You have to do certain things you have to sacrifice. Allow thanks man. Sometimes you'll be free time though. And then once you start building your community aged charge even more. You know and you don't have to do this. Full-time you can do this. On the side and get extra income wagging your nine to five you know so I think a lot of people start. They're showing their think. Okay i'm gonna get paid. I'm going to get rich because my show is the best show ever and and then once. They see that they're not getting that in return. Allow them just give up. You know a lot of unrealistic expectations as sometimes. They're fed by that have told him what's going to happen. They start show a lot. A lot of people are working jobs. that they don't necessarily like and in there hoping that podcasts can can be something that can transform their live in the something doing something that they love to do. And i think it's a matter of a lining. I did that for many years with when i got started in this too. I was working fulltime jobs for tech startup companies. When i was doing my my radio show And so i did the same thing. Danny i mean. I work fulltime and at came into the studio on my lunch breaks recorded segments and the end of the week. Put them all together and put out the show every week trying to build something to the future. I the business working fulltime and taken a los angeles absolutely right you know and and people often people say. How do you get so much done. I didn't sleep. I built a show. I building a show a business raising kids and working a fulltime job. So we'll twenty hours a day was the minimum are nineteen. But i'll in in. Gary banner chuck says the same thing if you listen to him on on his you know. He's talking to a lot of people these days and saying the same thing you have to commit you have to. You know danny did the same thing. Danny double down and made it happen for himself. You know in innovated and tried different things in gotten in oh and just really dedicated himself to it and you and i bolted the same thing to make. Maybe this is more of a universal term bit in hawaii. It's like when you go to go grind you're gonna grind has some you know but grind is what podcasting is you know. You gotta grind digging. I'll tell you. My grind died when i started my show. I did a bunch of flyers. And i was looking for my community. I was waiting for them to find me. I will go to all the retail stores locally in miami and tell people listened to my antenna ratio. Listen to my show. this is my show. were pockets. Never mentioned about art ipod because back then there was no rifle. You know that i will. I was just grinding grinding. Grinding grinding interview. People and at the purpose. 'cause i knew they were going to mention to others a so-so interview me on this show. That list was the second out you know. So that's how. I got the word out and it was local. It wasn't trying to promote my show. Ashes i was like no. Let me talk to mike committee locally and they are going to spread the word to other people to the france cousins family members everywhere worldwide is going to go up there and that's how i actually got the word albar show because i was grinding like. Here's on that seat. Which a lot of people do i eilon. Starts spam all over social media. And that's they sat down and just wait to see if it's gonna blow up no you gotta grind. That's the beginning that's the guinea and he had to grind. You know i tell pod yeses and and actually this is. I've been told. I shouldn't give this advice anymore by tom. You gotta two years nonstop you know breaks no breaks you bill. Show two years two years of if if you are if you are a celebrity. No you don't have to do that for two years. You're already a celebrity already. got mass. of course mostly every shows suck anyway but You have to do the grind. When i started this i was a poor piss. Asked blogger my. I was a bad blogger. Maybe three hundred a week would come read the website so who was i. Nobody zero i z. There was no. There's no twitter. Facebook you know of that existed so the only way you could get exposure was to grind and be involved in communities. I think we all get that. I see this. You know the three of us do some people listening to show understand this but if you're a new podcast after you grind. I mean that's why. I got involved in radio in the early days. That was the only way to reach people back then. The try and transition them over to a digital content product so we looked at it. I looked at it from a marketing perspective. So where we're overtime already. Yeah we've been ninety minutes. This is good week of five hours. Danny we're not going to five hours. We're not adam corey Danny you guess the best thing is where you know. I know everyone is a gamer. I'm not is. If i started gaming i would not anything else done. So i purposely. Don't game. Because i know my probably like if i started doing drugs i'd probably drug addict. He's just because it's the first compulsive you know but anyway danny work and they find gamertag radio. You can find out any pass app to search for damatac radio. You can search also on google like we're everywhere so And we really swept every week and you can follow me on twitter of very vocal there than any other instance. Repeal of godfrey deal the f. r. w. I'm there and yet you know. If you're you know spanish you might see me here. And there throughout the year on them will be creating more contact with them up from the gaming side. So i'm excited for that can wait. And next month is our sixteenth on the worst. So i'm working on a on a really cool guests of honor show awesome announced.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:41 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"I think too is and i'm trying to keep my train of thought here because you just said something Pretty profound i. Okay so i do it up to five podcast consults a week and it's thirty minutes each. I don't always do five sometimes. One sometimes it's two sometimes it's five and The question i always and most of those consult calls with is who are you listening to. But podcast in your john nra. Are you listening to and nine point. Nine percents Nine point nine out of ten times. They're listening to no one in their jonah. They're not listening to the top ten or top fifteen shows and to me. I'm like if i want to be better. I am going to listen to. Who's on top of the game. And i am going to copy steel adapt. I am going to take a piece from every one of those. And i'm gonna put those into my shell because obviously what they're doing it's working now. Maybe person still doesn't have a good personality. You know you know. Maybe that's the case you know. But if i'm the guy that are gal trying to build a show i'm listening. I listen. I listen to one hundred new podcast About every two to three weeks now. But i have a core list of top shows in the tech space and the podcasting space that i listen to religiously and i cringe. Shoot them and cuss and swear. And i'm mike calling out bs. Or whatever. whenever. I hear that. But i'm taking away things that they're doing and and you know maybe bring it this show bring into the other one. I think that one of the things that's happened because of co-bidders. I think that the the podcasts community has gotten a little weaker Because of the because people are not getting together Quite as much. It's been hacked. Danny danny you were on the call yesterday With chris from podcast and that group call that we did That's one of the rare examples of The the podcast community. Kinda getting together I it's were so separate from each other now and and i think that that hurts. That hurts the industry. I think as you look to the future because the interpersonal sharing that goes on at podcasts movement and the these events is core to the proper development of this industry. I'm surprised you said that. Rob i you know this past year. A having really been focused so much on the podcast industry was more of like okay busy. I'm busy with my show. There'll be reading but a thing out of the sixty years. Twenty twenty was the year that we were like the most busiest. And we've been in gold to an event at all for us. No and the reason is we were just constantly just being busy creating content with a lot of interviews we stopped for for other tb that works and so on. And what's you busiest year for us. So when you said that that's kind of disappointing seen now because now it seems like a lot of people just gave up because they don't see their dental see results are not going to advance. Its is pretty sad to hear them this. you know. it's it's one of those things that you know. There's a lot of new park in. This is what i seen in clubhouse in there there's a lot of creators have jumped into podcasting and they really have no buddy to go to talk to about what they're doing right so they're out they're flailing they're talking to other people that are new to the don't really know anything either In that those are the opportunities. That i'm seeing you know when i get into clubhouse and get involved in that and have a session or something like that in a i'm able to really share her fundamentals about this industry that people are like. I'm amazed by the response of people. Have it's like. Wow d- i haven't heard any of this before i didn't even know that right. Just just this constant astonishment that there's so much depth of understanding and and Clarity on what this medium is all about. And there's just a lot of people that are new to it that just don't they're not getting it from their environment right now. I think also to. Danny you mentioned people quitting and at kennedy struck me like wow his. The what we've seen is especially in the early days of kobe. It was just like everyone start a second or third show. Companies were jumping in. And i'm thinking to myself all along. This is great. You know we're seeing you know. The company seeing good growth. Were doing well podcasting spaces growing but in the back of my head. I'm thinking what happens when they go back to the office right now. They've got three hour commute again or to our kids in soccer. And whatever else going on will all those shows that were started while we're all essentially locked up trade up fade out while those gone in. Will we see a you know. Essentially a podcast recession. I think we will But again it might not happen till august or september of this year when people are taught Ads was put out some insights on on some research that they had they had done off. You saw this or not but there. There was some slides that they pulled together Basically in one of them. I wanted to mention here. Staying home may mean more. Free time to invest in creative endeavors right okay. So i'm setting the stage here. What's the percentage of craters that are either launching more episodes with what they're doing or they're keeping their productions about the same so about thirty. Six percent of craters are launching more episodes as they look to twenty twenty one forty. Eight percent of craters are keeping their podcasts. Productions about the same and sixteen percent are planning on scaling back the fewer episodes so based on this research and then Says sixty five percent of craters have found more listeners. since march of two thousand twenty twenty six percent have had their listener counts. Remain the same and Nine percent of lossless listeners. So you know those are always think positive trend lines. I can just look at it from the total statistics standpoint. What we measure and how we're adding people in the multiples of let's say. Hundreds of millions of downloads have increased dramatically this year so there is definitely more people listening By far than probably have ever seen the space. But at the same time. I wished i could have had an another question. Add to that poll. What happens when you go back to work. Well not everyone you know those. It can work at home or working at home. And some people can't work at all but right happens when you get back on the road commuting or whatever and then you know like us to do houston right creek. While you're driving down the free literally spend in three hours. A day in my car was hell on earth so mike danny. My commute now is eleven minutes at seventy miles an hour. It's a beautiful thing.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:20 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"Show so Been on tv all over land america. I've done that Plenty of times throughout the years. I also this year. I started work with denim mondo and did a couple of segments for them about gaming because again they don't have they don't have no No experience about gains right while digging so they wanted me to talk about the next console than a had honorees on our show and had thousand or mondo so it's good news things that especially for me in the latin american market own hispanic marketing in the us. You know. i had a conversation with someone that it works in industry. He's pr right and we were talking about What i was doing that for like other all of it's in the spanish market and he was like danny you newest crazy. We had a game that we wanted to promote who the meteorite Especially latinos and guess. How many people in throughout the whole country we found that does the supper content in spanish. I like how many like threes low. Jose i was like. Wow people are missing out. You know what the problem is robbed. I think everybody is always filing the transition and not thinking about when you think outside the box you know right now is the hot. The hot thing now is what clubhouse own look boys there. But i'm not gonna go use clough just because oh let me try new things not i. I'm always thinking outside of the box when you're unique and doing something new. That's not only going to help you but as going to help our industry and we gotta stop following trends may know try new things. Something is going to work. Something not gonna work. You know. Danny you get into clubhouse to go into some of the podcasting groups you will you end up like me. Oh no i. I know i know i. 'cause yeah i'm gonna take a little bit contrary view on clubhouse my experience over there is that it's just like anything else right at like a trade show or conference if you wanna have good information Put out over there. We gotta get in there do it. We can't let these folks that don't have experience in their share with new podcasters how to do the stuff. We gotta take an active position. And that's what i've been trying to do over. There is get in there and chair. What the real real information is about how to do this stuff and not leave it up to someone else to to do that. That maybe doesn't know. You know the problem though rob is it's now when we have to follow instagram twitter facebook facebook groups. We had to be. You know all this other stuff. We're all this. A lot of the whack a mole that we've been playing live debate. But here's here's the thing i've run into. And danny you know. Maybe you're not. You're you're a pure podcasts. Ter- i'm a podcast about i'm also podcast host owner. So when i come in and say something it's like. Oh oh it's your opinion because you know you've got an agenda. Well no i've got. I want pod. Robin i trade customers. We all trade customers. It's the that it's going to wash out the way it's to wash out we want. What's best for the podcast. I send him a little in robson's people to me. It's it's the way it works. 'cause whatever's best podcast but podcastone get that well and sometimes podcasters feel like they need to change right. This happens more often than anything. Were podcast feel like they. They need to change hosts. And i i asked him why. Why did you what you're getting right now. Whether it's blueberry or wherever is feeding your needs right why do you want to put yourself through that and it's often because my show is not growing fast enough and then you're like let's do a thirty minute console and you're like you their website. You can't even find a place to subscribe to their show. I mean sure it's con contrary to what's in to some degree what's best for lipson or what's best for the company i worked for but at the end of the day my responsibility is to do. What's right for the podcast. Or at the end of the day and build their trucks and the way to build their trust is to look at what they're doing and say changing host isn't gonna grow your show right you know if that's what your goal is granted wanting to do something technical with your show. Maybe being here or there may be the right choice. But that's the only time that i go. This is the launch a show. They noticed that. Not getting no no Engagement or their elsie. The show on the charts or whatever so will delete that show relaunch another show thinking we're going to help them grow and it's like no that's not first of all it's going to be a hard Is going to be difficult for people to try and discover new. Shows are going to find you because you're always shutting down your show and another one is just a bad advice nfc. Look i'm not saying that. Clubhouse is a bad thing right. Just giving an example that i am tired tired of. I've never been this way. I'm tired of totally sympathize with you. Right but eh. this could be successful without filing the trend. Just be yourself. I think that to me is is a better more like a better success story than just like hey clubhouse from page and this and that like no man you could be successful without all those things man like what's his name and he has the podcast that work of oil by horses Glen yeah yeah he. He's doing things that nobody else is doing and he's fine. He's he's knocking at all the ballpark that i would like to see more of that. Yeah you know and posing it's focusing on the fundamentals. I think right also to some degree right people keep chasing the shiny thing instead of focusing on what may be perceived as hard work. I mean some of this stuff is not always glamorous right right but when you get that breakthrough it can make a huge difference and sometimes you don't know when it's coming. I know that happened to my radio many times. I gotta listing. I didn't know it was coming in. Pc magazine as one of the top web shows on the internet and that just spiked my My my audience. And then i got on the day of nine eleven. My my show that. I was doing back then had more listeners. On nine eleven attack. I still have no idea why that happened than at any other time in the six year. History of that show Just people were looking for information online. So sometimes those growth spurts happened in very unexpected times ways and you can't always predict it but you gotta put yourself in a position where you can be found and the you're consistent and people trust you and in rely on you take even get those opportunities and sometimes you just don't know when they're going to hit in going.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

06:55 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"Just hold your breath. Oh let me tell. i'm not going to mention. The name of the person is Is really well known in the political political area pot. It's like people no no him in her in the positive area so so i got hired for consulting work you know when it comes to podcasting seven. I didn't know that person was going to be there to this person was saying. Oh no you need to release if you're gonna lie to pack as you have to have a certain amount of episodes because when you release a certain amount of episode that say five in the first day because you're gonna be in the top of the charts and then you can go on the norway thing. I'm like first of all. I know this much. I can't let them most. I can't let them go slack. I said look first of all that that doesn't matter what matters is you have your content released once a week release cycle trailer. Like a little promo right. That's good and then really episode of save that content. So you have that week. Everybody is still done in your content people are sharing it you know and then slowly released the one. And that's that's concept for you. It's like you just releasing content. Like that i as a person that just started is the roadway. The other thing is nowhere the like when you're on the front page that's manual. That's team that will select a podcast will put him on the front page. You know like. I put it up on our show on a front page because we accident but it was okay for them to do it and it was up to them now. It's not because we were gonna top of the charts or we have so many donald's is because again that relationship that that the us right spot holding. It's all at oriel right. yeah look i. I remember this year when everybody was just stuck home. Still when they first started right. I went to spotify. I noticed that had like a colbert area where people could get the news The like different podcasts. About will going on. But also the had different john reserve it had tech had video games and they put us in there too in that section. So if there's gamers Stuck on home and they're they're board a go to spotify. Look these guys on the front page. Like we didn't identify request to spotify to do their own on their own that they'd that also we can't we can't get. We can't almost like todd and rob we can't let companies or companies Consultant people that so called been in the industry for so long in podcast and giving bad advice of people. Because i think that in a way is going to hurt our industry because now companies are spending so much money thinking all men so and so's getting a hundred million downloads all. Let's see how many people are going to buy. our product. Believe it or not having a small group of listeners. That aren't just Will reuse supporters even. If it's a hundred five hundred people that they want that ten twenty people that donald your show and buy their product. That's better in my opinion. Someone has sorry someone that has over one hundred million dollars and getting no type of knowle top of like sales. You know so i. It's so frustrating. When i hear this and if you're a pr person you just got smacked in the head five times. I've been saying the same be thing for the for the past fifteen years smaller audiences more engaging there's more there's more r y out of it the the audience appreciate number one that you've taken the podcastone you're recognizing him and maybe even sponsoring giving him product or whatever it may be versus a until the starting to show a couple of weeks ago. I had a twenty thousand dollar adspend. One spot on a particular high profile show and i made the company signed a piece of paper where i told them they will get no performance out of this deal and they can't ask for a refund can ask for make good or anything that one ad spot run and they got zero zero referrals and they came back later said all that we we want to make goods. I'm like here's a piece of paper. You sign when i told you so i man because i'm reading the and i know someone said that featured is not grow your show. I am one hundred percent agree. Just you i Became even bigger because of that. Cause i'll see what helped us for me. Was engaging what audience channel agent with people like. I said going to events and start getting X opportunities for us to gone with different products before it came out. That will help us. I'm just giving an example of that that Yes we've been feature a couple of times on our show on on itunes and spot all the platforms but that doesn't mean that's the reason why we grew that you know it's cool. People will probably will see us in front page and maybe we'll get a small group of people that are new listeners. But the continents the key iraqi. The music is not pants. Yeah well it's also getting on other other media to. I know danny you've been pretty successful in getting on other shows and other other media properties that can give you exposure to new potential audience right and that's been a strategy that i've done for many many years as i. I don't turn down any invitation to join somebody on a podcast. I mean as a guest. I mean everybody And i'm i'm always open to that. Just because of that principle that. I've lived under for a long time i've done. Tv after nationally. Syndicated radio show interviews. I've done all sorts of stuff and you have to just be open to all that. And i know a lot of and that's what a lot of pr people think now. Is that the only you know. I'm going to get my client on the you know the biggest radio show and everybody else. This isn't isn't relevant right but it's the accumulation of the small shows And the big shows is what really makes an impact. And i know you've done danny some recent things that i've seen on social I don't know if you want to talk about some of that and how you were able to get on some of these other shows. Yeah what one thing. I've been Been tested for the past. Couple of years is because i'm bilingual. I know spanish so A lot of the major media outlets that has nothing will contact me because they want to talk about games on on their.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"That doesn't know anything about about Us podcast very long time and we have to start from scratch because You have to start building our relationship again with with them and everybody else that started working for any company so because everybody start moving around. But here's the positive thing. Is that the. Every industry is small and other people will recommend a. You should talk to so so you get the opportunity. Let them With your product to an interview so it goes around. it goes around allotment. So that's a good thing a lot of those those larger pr firms. They're the basically there to filter access to only the the larger media entities. That's been the old model And and a lot of them were doing it for risk and reward Basis right so they were seeing their clients as only wanting them to direct them to the bigger media outlets right So when todd walks in the door he's not seen as seen at or something like that and that's why they they treat them like that And that's that's not very in lighted of view of of how to treat new media because new media has a lot more influence than a lot of pr. Pump companies realize Animal todd that's probably exactly what you've experienced. Yeah so just. So you know danny and rob qasimi but i had rob on the main screen. And i was waving their yes. My cat decided he wanted to try to interrupt our show again rob so things that vanished to the kitchen right now but he's about to be You know anyway. He was stepping down the mixer. Todd get your cat is own. Microphone here her. And i need anita pl- plexiglass blocks to put over the mixer. Because it's up. Highs cats like to be a pie and throw walker cross change all hitting the solo button anyway. Assise zap waste this week so anyway Yeah i i think that The pr company said adapt and understand that For those of you that have never went to an event. It's one of my like thirteen things every podcast or should do show you so you should be going to events that are in your space if you're a game where you need to gaming events if you're in business you need to be going business events you need to find out where your industry's at new. You need to go there and talk to them and it'll help your show but I learned this out long long time ago when we were doing that when we started doing that with tech podcast and and doing those events It just added his whole new dynamic. Make these connections. I've got five thousand names in a you know. My rolodex is probably not a right word anymore. Contact list and obviously those people move around. But like danny said there is some re education but some people their companies along time in those inside connections are really really important. When you try you know what one thing that helped us out was You know we. We had a strong relationship with playstation back in the early days like i said earlier a lot of people left move around everything right and one thing to help this was Are named got bigger and bigger throughout the years and this year they contacted us and they also sent this Their console the new console places in five before it came out so the center my co host and they send me all the all the launch games for me to try out before it came out too so you know eventually if you start reading content good content and you start building relationship it's gonna go around and companies eventually are going to contact. You just gotta give it some time you know and like you said todd see. Yes is coming out now on monday. Why not if you if you have a show that talks about just. Tv's sorta talk about tech or anything. Why not sign up and attended event. Virtually and you get context from all those companies and. I think that's going to help y'all to but if you just create content interact with no body. Just banning everywhere. That's not going to help you. You're gonna miss out a lot of big opportunities because of that. Because you're not you're not branching out you just stuck in depending on on so much on spamming and the numbers and and that's it you know so. Think outside of the box. I think when when as when the show is a little smaller and i was five years younger. I would walk the floor with a camera so i i would diamond couple of guys with me or whoever is supporting and we would. We'd walk every lane because it was that ten by ten guy. That's there's got us credit card maxed out. He's got a prototype or he's got his first product and he's he's the guy that you're like holy cow look what you have done and no one else is gonna find him unless you're walking the halls because he doesn't have a pr team him and his wife in the booth or sister or something because they can't afford to pay anybody and those are the type of folks that when i go to events like that the have and again you buy some stuff and you roll your eyes like oh that was done five years ago but at the same time you run into stuff that you're like whoa and cs was real good about setting up an invasion area where you could go and look at all the innovative stuff and for us for vying for my personal show is just a gold mine of data but not everyone's doing a tech show or gaming show so some of you may have a little bit harder trouble finding that event to go to but there's gotta be an event in the industry that you're doing your podcasting. There's an event for everything but not right now but you know maybe next year you know what happened to be of so. I moved from miami. And i went back home to new york two years ago or so right and i was like. Hey you know what. I'm gonna go to meet up dot com and i'm just gonna search pockets. See if there's any type of meat up or any top events. I'm just going to show up not saying anything. Just just i just wanted me people you know so i did that and i went to a couple of meet ups and they had no idea no clue that was that was a pocket so i just sat down and everybody having advice and like about advice. Just quiet nothing then. Eventually i told them what was doing and and told them about my history and the podcast. And then everybody okay. Okay i got it definitely gotta talk to that. So it's good to do that. You know. I i will just go out and just go to meet ups. Random meet ups. Because i i wanna i i wanna see where everybody there has at when it comes to podcasting. Another thing is like i said interacting face to face interaction. I love doing all the time. So but even if there is a an event locally go you don't have to go to las vegas. It's always especially in new york this allowed to events before all this been going on right before they were always have events over there in new york and i would just show up and there's people that i met throughout the years working in in that industry attack right and i'm like wow and they know me and you know but built a relationship before the started working at a any company you know so you start doing them. I think that that's going to help you out for upcoming pocket. You know the the problem. Danny is is that when you're sitting in the back trying to keep your mouth shut and bad advice being given. Oh it's so hard just to bite your lip and bide your time because you don't wanna be that dude you know that.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:53 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"One of my team members is working on our live of stuff for next week. But it's it's nothing. There's no re outreaches and i've been telling companies. Don't send me a press. Release on the eleventh. You know he should have sent it to me three weeks ago so we could have it prepped and ready to release and i don't think companies are really fully understand how to handle this this Time moran because the pr pr people would be ringing my phone off the hook. Come qasimi we won't see you. So now i've been every time. There's a new Someone sending me a product announcing like i'm not doing anything. She sent me product. Send me product. We'll send it back if you want. It sent back. But i got a demo room. Set up here all this stuff. Ready to go to do hands on with their stuff with them on screen just like that. And they don't get us bring you in via skype bring you in via zoom or whatever and we can have a conversation about the product. Now have it right here and they. Their minds are blown. They don't they. Don't get it. So i think a lot of companies are having a probably a business there they think the companies are having challenges and trying to get the word out by blood microsoft at least in your point. Danny was progressive enough to say man. We we need to this is this is not going to be the same type of a launch. This is going to be a the digital. And it's not only is microsoft. And what one thing that i also noticed last year that helped out noni for us but a lot of the other content creators of collar is When the whole protest of a black lives last year. Like i said really involved with that. And and other Concentrating the gaming industry We noticed a change that now companies are hitting up not only the well known content creators but also up and coming content creators. Because look for me back then. When i started five it was challenging for us to to get the word out about the podcast and like i remember going up to a couple of companies at three. They looked at me weird and there is how many downloads like no. We don't wanna work with you. You know so davos shamsi back then and there's people still to this day that they don't know what to do how to do it how to get connected especially now that we're not going to events. How can they do it. you know. And you have one of their vice tell. People is continue creating consonant christina critic content through it the right way. I'm not saying to be kissing blood or anything like that. But just be yourself. You know and i think once you start connecting with other people through social media that maybe they'll start working on it in the industry give you the opportunity you know. A lot of people been blowing up especially twenty twenty because now companies like playstation microsoft nintendo co even even third party companies are now Changing the way. How their market in how. They're promoting their their products. So people is not how it used to be back. Then just send a press release and the right like you said talk to me the best experiences having the hands on gotta have it gotta have like. That's is the right way. And i'm talking to my committee yet is not in the millions like like a website like john right but we we might pain in my website. My podcast. we talk to a crowd that i feel an idea then or a bigger website can't reach. They trust us in a different way than another major meteorologist socks. You're gonna tell it sucks right. It's called trust in authenticity. Is the big thing when other thing. That kind of symbolizes this change. That's happened is i. Don't know if you guys heard last week but streaming era got acquired for two hundred and fifty million dollars arc about duck. That's a sign of health. Things have changed In a dramatic way in liquids happened to zooms business. I mean there stocks going through the roof. it's this ship. That's finally happened todd and been doing this show for ten years right Finally the rest of the world kind of catching up here. And it's catching up fast. It's and in. Your example of cis is an example of of companies that are still struggling address concept of doing things online. More this The story. I like to tell to is you know. In the early days of gopro the first year go pro went to. Cas they got just a handful of interviews. You know he didn't get many. And i went in there and spend time and we talked with their ceo and their product manager. And we. I mean we spent time like two three hours in that booth and Then they exploded but they always remembered yell that opportunity that we had taken with them to cover what they were doing. And i remember some of those videos getting massive massive download invasive net net. We released it as a podcast and release on youtube. And those those. Those videos did wonderful and But what happens with these companies says gopro got big really fast. I went from the twenty by twenty five hundred hundred and boom. They went to a big boost. Their book house. Yeah and so. Then the pr people came in and amateur. Danny loved the pr people. They because then they become the gatekeepers of access to content. You know they're there to protect executives and everything else and i'm like. Hey you know. Tell so. And so. I'm here and give you that. Look you know. I'm like please go tell him i'm here. And they would walk me back and tell them and guy would come out and grab me and next thing. I'm in vip. Having a you know having a sandwich and we're sitting back kicking back talking about new product releases so it's my opinion. Pr people have not yet adopted either because for years i was getting business and for those of you. That don't do any events for me. When i and i don't have an example here exam business card lane here but when i would do an interview i'd get a business card and it would be the ceo. It would be the product manager it would be director sales. Whoever was but then time ship and i would get the pr agencies business card. No no no no no no. This is no good. I want his business card. So we made it a requirement and we are green room person specifically asked because otherwise we would end up with Junk you know. So i got very very frustrating part of the reason. We scaled back stuff that we were doing it. Ceus was because the pr people were doing more harm than good when it came to were there. To give these pe- i've spent twenty five thousand dollars to bring a team. And i got another months worth of work after the show to put this stuff out and you're restricting access. Samsung burn every. I'm never going to another samsung booth. You know because of how they treated us they let it so. I know i danny. I don't know if you run into that defense. You go to but was part of my frustration. But now they have no choice. Because we're not there. The smart ones are reaching out and yet it wasn't the most challenging part. Is you have a group of pr team. That from a company have a strong relationship with them but in every industry they move around that go everywhere so every time they leave. A new person comes in. Ib younger person..

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:28 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"You see us coming out of all this up when it comes to creating content. We've been getting a lot of company hitting us up for us to play their games early but the way how we play is through a cloud streaming so they have The game available out of server and will play the game with a pc and we'll get you know the capture locally and they'll send us they'll send us the video content maybe like a same day or a couple of days later so from there we could talk about the content on a podcast. We can post videos on different social media platforms like stuff like that. We've been doing a lot. Another thing too is just having conversation of what's going on. I did all the time with my with my co host but one of the things that helped us out last year to was When we hit our whereabouts like one thousand episodes and a had the head of xbox of spencer back in february and while he was in japan he tweeted he was he himself announced that he was going to be on our show without a say anything and he linked linked to the podcast linked to auto are counts and people were super surprised because that was the the beginning of xbox marketing their next gen cosso before they went to like a major media outlet. They went to us. I so we were the first group to start having conversation with xbox and and we had a sit down with him for like almost forty five minutes and it went viral ladda the major media outlets picked up the non gaming sites like four and those like tech tech blogs picked it up to so doing things like that i think helped us who to get more opportunities so a lot of the other companies when contacting us to do interviews to do hands on. We've got the xbox console a month before even came out so we got I got it like tober. I and michael sue and And the concert came out around november so we had a whole month of just hands-on impressions. It's talking about different games. How was the experience and one thing that i did. 'cause i'm always about Getting mucky mini involve. We have a a first responder a new york city that he's a huge game or he's a huge fan of our show and i wanted to do something special so alive. I asked marcus audibles. Okay for him to get hands onto the system for the first time. I wanted him to be the first consumer to get that experience right. So i i told him. Hey i'm going to be in the studio in new york. We can do a meet up totally surprised them. We had cameras everywhere and he went there. Not knowing what's going to happen. That was gonna meet up. Get together and i told him eight. Look you're going to be the first consumer in the world to get hands on on the xbox console and i want you to just have a great time for like an hour plate and changed the games. Whatever you want and at the end of this. We're going to have a conversation so we posted a video online. That video went viral and also recorded a podcast. One sit down with him and he was telling me his story like How was it before getting to to the studio. How was it. Play with the console and everything so there's different ways to create content doesn't always have to be interviews you know so. I always like to think outside the box and also try to get my community involved so Another thing that the to When everything when the country shutdown. I asked a question to our committee on a podcast. What is it. What is the game. That you're playing right now is helping you during quarantine and tell us why so. Other people could try it out and do the same thing. So people been sending us voicemails emails. And we've been posting it and it felt like everybody was together. My nobody felt like left out in so that was something really cool. That happened throughout a twenty twenty. I i do have to ask when you get the xbox a month before it's available you sign your life way. I'm sure you've seen in the log. Legalese What kind of box does it come in. They come like this always. The retail box official retail. So so this happened we got. I got the retail box. And they told me we could do it on. Boxing can't release. It can't release it to like closer to launch. So i had it for like almost a whole month the video but what i was allowed to talk about like certain features How was the plane. Starting games so every game had in different boggles so. I had different embargoes almost every week. Wow aides or different features. I was allowed to talk about the council. It was new. it was new to microsoft to. Could they have never done that. Usually companies send us on products. Maybe like two weeks in advance right. But i think and i even talked about this on our show. I think the reason why that happened was there was no events throughout the year so there was a lot of budget not only for microsoft but every company that will try to promote their products so why not invest that and send it out to consecrate his big and small certosa the big ones you know so i think that's why marks update that and sent all those council super early so they had to have different waves so we were like in the first wave when we got the console during that time so there was probably limitations on what parts of the experience that you could actually talk about limitations or was it pretty much open to you reviewing all parts of it software and hardware but it was one of the longest and the ark writing so there were it was planned so it was certain things. I was allowed to talk about every week. So right for the whole month of october november. There was stuff to talk about every single week. You know so it. School was going to end but that they that they are recorded that that a surprise work committee member. I released the day of the embargo. Were everybody was talking about the council. But at this at this something different. I wanted the member to talk about it. You know so that content got the most attention out of a lot of other concentrator out there because it was something different you know. It was getting feedback from from one of our community members. You know so. I mean you were breaking details on features. Yeah stopping happy. That microsoft allowed me to do that. You know the mission. So what other strategies are you taking to reach new audience now that. Maybe you didn't do before. The kobe has a question. The besides the content dash year a lot of a lot of the gimme websites. Major gaming websites has been contacting only meat. But also my calls and we've been also a gas feature like on different websites with different podcasts. And that helped us to get ahol-hold you audience to be on their under shows to the helped us all up inside of the content. You know one thing. I'm looking at is is always a big content time for if you know typically i would be gone. I would be in vegas right now. You know and we would be setting up the broadcast studio tomorrow or actually would be set up today and we'd be ready to go live tomorrow for all the media events and you know be ready to rock and roll and i would have started in early november starting to book guest. 'cause we put two hundred people through the door and and five days they get fifteen minutes and boom being being being being. You know it's a it's a machine. I would have probably three four thousand emails. That have already hit my inbox. So far i kept track this year and seeing starts on monday. The virtual event. I've got exactly three hundred emails in my. Cas folder so tells me that this is. I mean this is like the mother lode for us we do. We do seven million views on all that content. And it's like the gift that keeps on giving it feeds the shows that are involved for whole year and.

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"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"pena" Discussed on New Media Show

"Everyone welcome to the new media. Show my name is todd. Cochran course joined by my co host. Mr rob greenlee and we've got a special guest today. Rob yes we do. Danny pinhas jones us hall of fame. Podcast her gamertag radio You know he's been around the medium along time. I met danny when i was working at microsoft and he was getting into podcasting in the early days of the medium. It's always been a a great and positive individual and we're always honored to have him on the show so you're such a great evangelist in the podcast. Well you. I appreciate it so much us. Oh you are yeah. You're what's he's a legend in his. I shouldn't say in his own right because that's kind of an egg. No you're you're a legend podcasting as well. He don't don't shortchange yourself. Thanks and that has been on here a couple of years. I think the last time was on. I was promoting my documentary. That need a law like three or four years ago. Yeah yeah so so you know. Didn't you just have a big. You had something big happened recently. Right didn't yes it's been. It's been a couple of things last year. You know due to the situation the way right now. I have been you know creating more constant more than ever at home rotely and just a couple of weeks ago i had kiana reeves on our show and also interview him. Brian for that model. Yeah it was four game called sarpong twenty seventy seven. They just came out Back in early december. So i had him on. That was like super random. I was expecting that to happen. But it was good. Seeing podcasting is always You always get prizes like that man. You know so. That's one another one is actually at the end of this month is going to be my twentieth year at a concentrator because back then i know robbie's through the same thing back then but i used to internet radio back in the early two thousands. Earning two thousand before passing. So i have a lot of old concerts from back. Then and applying to like releasing throughout the year and also next month is our sixty year gamertag radio so very excited to to announce what we have planned for for next month guys. We'll be pretty big for us to so very excited. You know Do you guys have been at it for a while. You've got a team you guys. You guys have really been knocking out of the park for a long time and being on the leading edge In each so. You guys are approaching. Sixteen years she said said next month says month of coverage twenty-fifth so you guys started in five then which yes. Yeah over five. Yeah i had like. I said earlier. I used to do the into radio. But i didn't know how to do. Podcasting backing like oh four right So i had to download ourselves fee for one of my friends. that had a podcast at manually. Everything to my Podcasts in there. And that's how i learned everything through just doing that you know. And just depending on the third party applications that was back then available and i know there was a podcast pickle though a podcast alley so i was depending on that so when i found out i think it was in july of two thousand five. That's when items added passing to the platform in to help the satellite back then to gave him more or listeners but the tricky part was telling people that he can listen to the show just through the computer without having an ipod. People thought that they needed one device. Just listen to podcasts. At that time so it was crazy but now it's a lot easier now. You know sometimes. I sometimes i wish people instill have to manually create there s feed the first time but i. I'm joking i'm joking. Yeah those good to say. I don't know how many times i broke my arse view because i put the wrong comic character into my feet right. Yeah but i'm i'm just You know reflecting back. It's it's been an incredible ride in. I'm gonna hit fifteen hundred episodes on my personal show on thursday. And wow you know it just like he start doing the math on how many hours she put in per episode and all the stuff that goes along with it and then you know you kind of do a. I did a rough calculation a couple years ago of how many listener hours people had actually listened to the podcast in when you're in the millions of hours listening hours or tens of millions. Maybe hundreds of millions of listening hours. The people that listened to your show i think. Danny i think you probably can attest to this as more than anyone. Because you built this amazing community you guys are in these in your fans heads like hardcore. So you've had huge huge huge huge huge influence on the gaming community. And and you know you guys have done stuff before we've done meetups and had huge numbers of people show up so a lot of podcasters could take some lessons from what you guys do. Yeah and i learned that when i used to be involved in music industry back in the nineties the face interaction and that is to me the most powerful thing i know right now we can do that. I hope could do that in the future. But i i miss that. That's one thing that true about last year is just seeing my friends meeting up with our community members everywhere you know like i haven't have stories of just go into the store best buy or walmart and people like eight danny random. You will come up to me saying hey listen to your show. There was even one Sorry that years ago my calls. We got invited to go to to paris in france who Tech like a game where their first studio and we were the my calls were flying back from paris to the states and there was a listener. They're in the flight is what he's to just want to say. Hello you know like so. You never know who who listen to you. You never know. I think just because you're not getting that e mail or that comment your blog or your youtube channel. Whatever like there's people that listen to you and they're just quite maybe they're just too shy to interact with you. You know So you just got to give it time to people man like i still to this day i have people that will contact me and my crew saying longtime listener first-time caller. You know i'm constantly guy. So you gotta go time app for people to and and hit you up. You know so even if his on the download that to me. That's that's good. You know so. I think too is And maybe rob can attest this. I've been. I mean where i've gotten i wouldn't say the cost is not a cost of. That's wrong word to use. But in chicago i go through chicago airport. I've i've met more of my listening audience in chicago at o'hare than anywhere else because they see you walking and they come over and kinda like todd and you kind of like you know and They know you but you don't know them but very quickly you can act in. It's it's cool to have those moments but Yeah wow so sixteen years you guys are definitely og as well so so dante. How did you adapt to this. Big change of not being able to get in front of people i know i mean todd and many the industry have you know converted everything doing online Type stuff i i mean. It's the same thing that you've done as well. I mean what's been your experience. And.

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Danish children’s show featuring the protagonist’s super-long penis gets bashed

The Adam Carolla Show

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Danish children’s show featuring the protagonist’s super-long penis gets bashed

"A children's television show in denmark has whipped parents into a frenzy on an of outrage over. The show's main character. A man with the world's longest penis. It's an animated show. Called john diller. Mond by the way diller is danish penis and it premiered last week and on the public. Tv and was immediately criticized by people. The show follows the title character as he uses his enormous pena's to get out of all sorts of tricky situations. it also gets him into some precarious situations This station is defending the program. Arguing that it's fictitious and also important to address the curiosity. The children have the body

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Legislation to strengthen subpoena power of OPA, OIG passes Seattle City Council

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

02:58 min | 5 months ago

Legislation to strengthen subpoena power of OPA, OIG passes Seattle City Council

"And some teeth, car radios Hannah Scott says those of the goals of the new powers of the Seattle police is oversight agencies just approved by the City Council. Here's her report. Doubts were raised about the existing subpoena powers of the offices of Inspector general and police Accountability due to competing language in the city's 2017 Police Accountability Ordinance and the SPD contract that followed. Yesterday, the City Council laid out exactly what powers Oh, I G and opa have in misconduct investigations with final approval of a proposal that came from the Mayor and council public Safety chair, Lisa Horrible to this new legislation, ads sections to municipal code and codifies and affirms the city's stance that the Office of Police Accountability in the inspector general can seeks. Pena's of those Who may have witnessed or been involved in potential misconduct incidents. And not only does this give the police oversight branches expanded subpoena power to compel cops and other witnesses, including officers to testify and turn over evidence in misconduct investigations. New rules come with some more enforcement teeth. Legislation creates a process for the Opa and the OMG to directly issue the subpoena and enforce them by seeking a court order should the subject of the subpoena failed to comply. The new legislation specifically requires that individuals and third party record holders Served subpoena are provided a written notice of the right to due process. This specific protection was not codified previously, and this edition is intended to increase civilian participation in Opa investigations. And oh, I G audits and reviews Council president Lorena Gonzalez celebrating the vote. When we initially considered the Police Accountability Ordinance in 2000 and 17, we needed that there needed to be details that Would need to be sorted out in order to effectuate the intent behind the subpoena power. But I think that and I think that the details included in this legislation accomplished that original, intense and really do, um, Implement much of what needs to be implemented in order to add additional transparency and more teeth to to what we had envisioned in that in that part of the ordinance. Now this change is subject to bargaining with the police unions as they head into talks for their new contract. Mayor Durkin says passing this law gives the city better leverage on accountability measures during those upcoming contract talks, but it's hardly a given that the union is going to sign off. In an email after the vote, Seattle police killed President Mike Solan tells me spot in its members look forward to bargaining, any change and working conditions with the city. Adding Seattle police officers are great people dedicated to serving their community, even under quote the nonsensical governance by our city Council who don't have Seattle's best interest in mind. Hurry. Does Hannah Scott

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A Chat With Laura Lexx

Mentally Yours

05:47 min | 6 months ago

A Chat With Laura Lexx

"So have you been since we lost jotted. 's what's happened and changed in terms of work. There's see the big. Yeah i mean pretty much everything. This year has not stopped changing my plans on. May i was so. Are we supposed to be on tour. This year i was supposed to get new zealand for a month to do the best whispers glastonbury and none of that's happened but instead of written a book i've i've learned to do stand up to my webcam and it's amazing adam. I've done stand up in a drive through. Yeah she has been about constantly pivoting really just kind of learning to to to try and keep up with the ever changing rules on what we can and can't do and just finding any old way to get money coming in to pay the mortgage found the Having to give it like that because it sounds like you had a really sweet years lined up Let's talk about you. Found some really great alternatives e. I'm really proud of myself. I think i think what i know about myself is quite good in a crisis and then i fall apart afterwards so weirdly. I'm really dreading next year. I want the world to go back to normal. Obviously i'm really looking forward to everybody being sort of severe again and being able to get out in the world but i think i'm really good when i needed to to to to cope and then at the point where i've got reflection time i sort of tend to go. Oh we went through something. Really big didn't way and i just have a wobble then so this year i can look back on this year and yet there's things didn't happen but hopefully that just pushed into the future a little bit and i will do them and i'm i'm really impressed with myself for keeping money coming in like teaching up resume just Ning twenty quit here and that doing our lesson people. And i'm really proud of myself in the deal but i'm i'll be interested to see if i stay as sort of steady next year. Well i mean it's interesting. You've already sort of reflected on how things might be next year because i suppose they will be listening. Beats the same you know. I suppose of people have been feeling like we sort of really fighting through this year and almost living on adrenaline. And then i suppose hopefully things will get better and than we also have left that. What do we do now have told about Putting things in place we'll have. You thought all about resolutions for next year. Is that sort of way to in the future. What i i just don't know when it's gonna be 'cause i saw vietnam saying next year. I'm not thinking it'll be january. The first and we will wake up and ready. This is so. I don't know because it's hard to know until you know how far away it'll be and also i think potentially one of the things that will really help is that it will come. Gradually we will ease back into life. Gradually rather than the way. We were sort of forced into lockdown which was overnight everything just went potentially as the vaccine starts to get rolled out. You just find that hopefully by july. I'll wake up and go. Oh i'm back to how i was this time. Two years ago without noticing it. That would be ideal. But if not. I think when we went into lockdown this year as quite quick to find my gpa and go i think i should go back on my antidepressants because this year has pulled the rug out from under may and i just want to be a backup so i think i'm in a good enough place if next year flow. May i can call for help. Which is nice to know. that's really good. I mean that's You did that definitely Sometimes it can be hard contact with mental health stuff. His sometimes things could have so. Get so bob you almost forget to reach out for help Get so depressed. That actually reaching out is quite difficult. Completely is the worst. Isn't it is your brain just going. Donate yourself halfway. But i think think. I now appreciate so much. How good the help can bay. And i'm so scared of going back to the worst place. I've been in with my mental health. I think i hope anyway. Touch wood that. I feel okay about asking for help now because i can't go back to was that it was so i will do anything to just keep away from the edge really pleased that you had to get experience with that. It sounds like you have a good is it. Do you have like a gpo what you have like from the community mental health team that you also non contact with basically you sort of like a program now of how to do things not so much. No i've got. I just sort of contact my gpa. And to be honest he was amazing. He was so good. I i live in middle of cities. I don't see like a regular. Gp every time that knows me and family. It's just you know whoever gets my appointment but he was so good. And i just decided. I know why didn't respond well to change. I have noticed my power neue was the thing that was creeping up in that. First week of lockdown. Like i i'd send somebody a what's that message and if its own red for more than two hours. By the time. I went to bed i was going through. Every interaction have had with every human being on the planet trying to act out. Why this past and hasty being done to them. And then i you know you. It takes a couple of days before you click. Hang on a minute. This might not be rational thinking. So i though right before this turns really really bad. Let's call and just get a little bit of bobbing along help. Just to sort of give us the best chance of being able to carry pena.

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Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

Science Friction

06:23 min | 7 months ago

Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

"I'm emily willingham. I am a science writer and biologist and i wrote a book about penises. Of course he does. Don't to emily. Willingham is a scientist who specialized in urology sheedy researching sex determination sexual development and a whole lot of other fascinating stuff. She's also an accomplished science journalist specializing in pretty much. Everything interesting rod and six is definitely interesting. Emily's new book is called fallacy lifeless from the animal pinas. You had such fun writing this book. I feel like. I've been in some kind of wildlife or g. or something did. Was that fun splits. No arrests parade for sure. A parade of paint. She means and yes. We are talking about animal. Appendages of every size species and variety. Today it's mostly family friendly more like a visit to the zo really. But there's you contact morning. We say penis allot because correct body names meta mitchell. And this is science fiction welcome it's called fallacy. Lifeless lessons from the animal penis. Says it starts with jeffrey epstein but by chapter two you're on the spot and slugs what's fella see you want who interrogate in this book and that's fallacy with a ph the fallacy them interrogating. Is that the the pain is centered as sort of the throbbing obelisk evolve masculinity and. That's of course not the case. In science there have been efforts to sort of foreground. The human penis over that of other animals especially primates. There of course is an entire cottage industry of sending pictures of your pianist. People hoping that they will be very impressed by them. All kinds of research around it that center and four i mean even freud built his entire his entire analytical basis on this idea of the is and what he could construe from it and i think we need to move away format that's the fallacy that we need to get away. Here's the thing though as a biology lecture over many years you promoted the fella sees about fellas in your classrooms. Tell me about that. Oh called on the carpet. Yes one of the things we used to teach for. Example is that the penises a sperm delivery system. Never mind. that's what i taught anyway and that is not all that it does. Even the human version can do more than that as we know when you expand your vision to include near the broad array in the animal kingdom. You realize these things serb all kinds of purposes besides being firm delivery systems and they don't even deliver sperm in the same direction and some species. Let's unpack that. Because it is an amazing array of stories but there is no doubt that the painting has cultural across cultures across the ages. Phallic symbols have been potent. They've been worshipped. they've been ever present science though has taken the cultural pow invested in the penis a whole lot further much further and for you if illusionary psychology particularly egregious he and you start with what you describe as the bad boys. Embed science of evolutionary psychology bids. The blue dildo study feel seen these studies at least from my read of them. Ask questions that are very focused on the pena's yet pretend to be focused on people with china's and they home in on this whole idea that penans has the power to satisfy china and so the blue dildo study involves his creation of a series of dildos like like three d. printed plastic dildos basically of different sizes and they recruited fairly small number of people who evinced an interest in having sex with people penises and had them. I think hold them and look at them and then later try to get them to recall sizes and things like that and determined the their preferences related to. This is repeat whether they were wanted one night. Stand there long term relationship and other silly stuff but the thing is that if you talk to women have you talk to people who have china's that's not where their focus lies and so studies that really do as that question with all sincerity and ask a lot of people with china's side question. They don't get the answer. Gigantic penis please. That's not what the so they show much more attention to some of the surrounding structures especially the clitoris. So it's this assumption. That i think arises from usually who's asking these questions and how they want a manslaughter centering. The pena's evolutionary psychologists look for explanations for contemporary behaviors and mating preferences. So we'll roll. Have they cast the pain of seen. This is not the whole field. But these particularly not great studies the penises. The supposed to be really interesting to women and even young girls. You're there from their perspective. I guess the males people with these rocking around and people are just like falling over themselves. Because oh my god that thing and they they want to use that as an excuse in a way for kind of behaviors that they're exhibiting now or modern attitudes that they want to reinforce that are that actually just kind of uphold inequalities in the kind of thing and i mean how much sense does that make if you really were all walking around naked and you saw a human penis you just reporting around in. There is a person with a peanuts. All inspiring is it really. I mean will it depends on the behold it depends on the beholder of course but the thing is is that when when evolution shapes genitalia to be showy their showy

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What is Senator Cory Booker's Super Power?

Toure Show

07:12 min | 8 months ago

What is Senator Cory Booker's Super Power?

"What's your superpower because you have been a sort of superstar at life for as long as i've been aware of the name cory booker which was before you were mayor before you ran for mayor. I was hearing about this guy cory booker. who's coming and he's big and he's on point with everything. And what are you doing. i. I don't know what we're hearing it'll be before. I was mayor than in the time of public enemy. And you don't believe the height. Look i was the superpower that was evidenced for me growing up which was not exaggerating. I think it's actually. A superpower under underrated is kindness. Like i just. I just watched two parents who were really good people and would see people that folks walk past all the time. I one of my favorite quotes by humorous gave. Barry has this goes someone who nice to you but not nice to the waiter is not a nice person but you and i both know 'cause i know you have this kindness and you as well that when you are kind of people. Incredible things happen that you don't realize your favorite stories and i'll tell you the quicker version but you go into school at stanford i'd five back and forth across the country. I still remember getting on this plane as a stanford student and being is torturous. When you're like six foot three football player tight end just like coach. Was you know always like my knees. We're going to be banged up on this plane. I have two seats open next to the rest of the plane is full and just before the door closes. This woman walks in with a screaming baby and a little boy and everybody on that plane. Those where they're sitting because the only three bodies two seats. And i think that we all don't realize we have a choice that we make every moment of our lives which is to accept things as they are or take responsibility for changing and so something evolved thought for teenage college student. That point hit which was. This is either going to be the worst flight in my life where i can try to make the best so i just leaned in and started talking to her in the cry baby in soon as i got into my own drama. I realize. Oh my gosh. This woman has a crying baby. The whole plane is looking at her like she's evil as she did something outside and told her baby to cry. Purposefully right and and so we just having a good time. I still remember the movie. Think about this. How purposeful this moment for me. That i remember that movie was glory with denzel washington. And she's like. I haven't seen the movie and so long and i'm like watch this movie your son and i we're gonna play games. We played hangman. Killed them with all my best. Dad jokes that. I had even back then killed them and hangman mad. And by the time we landed. It was the quickest flight. I ever had cross country. You said we keep in touch. We exchange addresses back then no email and didn't and five ten fifteen years later. I'm running for mayor of the city of newark. And i'm getting like thumped and on one of my toughest ones frustrating days. I get this letter in the mail saying to me. You may not remember me but But i you were on this flight first time. I flew with my kids telling me what the kindness then meant to her and then she tells me by the way we. My family owns a big factory in newark and we have tons of employees. She ended up becoming a big part of my campaign. That kid that i tortured with my jokes became one of our best volunteers or per workers. Excuse me to take. Their churches introduced me. It was just an amazing full circle. Kindness is energy stanford. Professor actually studies this that you just doing one kind act witnessed by someone. It will affect people three degrees of separation for you. it is created a way to measuring it. it's a virtuous thing and so my life you know. I just think that that's is a superpower that we under related just a kind word to somebody at the right time can make a difference that you don't even realize so. I don't know if i don't have any superpowers. I'm really far more ordinary than the hype as you just said but i've just tried to go out of my way for me. It's it's a matter of my faith which is of radical love trying to do for people and you have parents like you. And i probably had two black guys who had parents would not let me forget of the struggle parents that were involved in the civil rights movement. That my i. I was raised up thinking like i didn't the privileges that i enjoy. We're not earned. They were paid for as my grandparents. Would by the blood sweat and tears of your ancest-. I definitely grew up thinking i stand on the shoulders of those who came before me. I have a responsibility to the people who march to died protested. Who were enslaved. There i remember being in college and thinking you know i was why and i didn't feel that responsibility. The past i mean cool to like pena. Cia but i can't. I have a responsibility. People came before me. I wouldn't be here without them. So i have to do something. And perhaps my think my journey in media has been something of being helpful black people in some way but you know that sense of responsibility that you talk about. I definitely felt and you have that has powered your life. It is the my faith earlier. But that is in trenton. Integral part of what motivated my life decisions. And very you know i. I'm here because a group of people fought for my housing rights. Like i grew up in the town. I grew up in harrington park. There was a group of activists when my parents were getting denied real estate agents were lying to them and telling this house is sold. It was called real estate steering at the time right and so they set up this sting operation where they would send white couples right behind my parents and so it i mean this was the story into making chapter my book because involvement at one point. My father's lawyer getting punched in the face and just like dog being signal. my dad craziness. But i'm a baby when that happened. Fifty years ago this summer that had happened and so imagine growing up with parents that could live. Look you in the eye. My dad be like boy. People had fight even get you a chance to be in the school. You're going to. You're going to get your out of bed and go to school and make the best out of yourself and so coming out of loss when i'm done and i always joke that my dad was like bat impressed. He was proud of his son but stanford oxford yale. He's like boy. You got more degrees the month of july. Which ain't hot life ain't about the degrees you get. It's about the service you give like. We're gonna do with all this privilege and so the first job. I had coming out of law. School was a tennis rights lawyer. People fought for my housing rights. I was going to go and fight for other people's and so my life. And i love you said this because we grew up reading bolt we reading voice and talented tenth and the obligations of that you get from getting the privileges that you know are denied to you. Got here is black. Men who i know the data i mean the leading cause of death for us murder fifty four fifty between fifty and sixty percent homicides in america are people look a lot like us black men and and so you feel this sense of. I can't rest. I've got to keep working. Got to keep pushing until we can make the society be what it is and by the way we never get there. At least we can try to pay that payback. What was given to us.

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Man dies after being shot in East Los Angeles

Leo Laporte

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

Man dies after being shot in East Los Angeles

"Deputies were looking for a person or people who shot and killed a man in East L. A deputy say a man was found with gunshot wounds in a car on Colonia de la Pena's just after midnight. He later died at the hospital.

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Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges

"Defense secretary of Mexico is now in U. S custody for suspected drug trafficking. NPR's carry Con reports of one senior Mexican official was arrested yesterday at Los Angeles International Airport. Retired General Salvador Cienfuegos will be charged with five counts related to drug trafficking, according to a tweet by Mexico's foreign minister. The former general who was Mexico's top military official in the previous administration of President Enrique Pena. Nieto will make a first court appearance this afternoon. The U. S. D a declined NPR's request for comment. Mexico's current president, says he was not surprised about Cienfuegos arrest He was told to weeks ago by his ambassador in Washington that there was talk of an investigation into Cienfuegos. The president says there are no corresponding investigations in Mexico. He also added he has full confidence in his current top military officials, who he says he thoroughly investigated and are incorruptible.

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Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

Not Too Shabby

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

"The Mexican government has confirmed that a former defence secretary arrested in the United States and Thursday is facing drugs charges. General Salvador Cienfuegos lead the Mexican army for six years until 2018 during the presidency of Enrique Pena Nieto will grant reports on Friday. General Cienfuegos said there will be transferred to York, where he will see his lawyer for the first time since he was arrested. A former Mexican defense minister, faces five charges in total related to drug trafficking. In his morning news conference, the President Andres Manuel Lopez over the door would only say he had known about an investigation into the ex defense minister for a little over two weeks. His arrest was lamentable, the president said. Andan unequivocal sign of the decomposition

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U.S. charges Mexico's ex-defense secretary with drug smuggling

Forum

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. charges Mexico's ex-defense secretary with drug smuggling

"The former defense secretary of Mexico is now in U. S custody for suspected drug trafficking. NPR's carry Con reports of one senior Mexican official was arrested yesterday at Los Angeles International Airport. Retired General Salvador Cienfuegos will be charged with five counts related to drug trafficking, according to a tweet by Mexico's foreign minister. The former general who was Mexico's top military official in the previous administration of President Enrique Pena. Nieto will make a first court appearance this afternoon. The U. S. D a declined NPR's request for comment. Mexico's current president, says he was not surprised about Cienfuegos arrest He was told to weeks ago by his ambassador in Washington that there was talk of an investigation into Cienfuegos. President says there are no corresponding investigations in Mexico. He also added he has full confidence in his current top military officials, who he says he thoroughly investigated and are incorruptible.

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Dick Johnson Is Dead Movie Review

Filmspotting

04:00 min | 9 months ago

Dick Johnson Is Dead Movie Review

"Locum to film spotting a couple of weeks back are overlooked. Oh, tours. Marathon had raving about Shantelle Ackerman's John dieleman movie about a woman who hardly left her home this week we returned to the marathon with Barbara. LODEN WANDA WITH JOSH allows us to wonder what may have happened to John Dieleman if she just walked away and left her good for nothing son to make those. Veal cutlets for himself while there that is a thought experiment though John and Wanda very different people i. don't know if it would have gone down just like this very different people very different films that marathon review of Wanda coming later in the show. But First Kirsten Johnson's Dick Johnson is dead a gift to her father and anyone who has a loved one struggling with dementia. She Kills Me Multiple Times. Resurrected Day. Did that. But now it's. The beginning of his disappearance. A eight most about my memory loss is it hurts people's feelings. Pena that you woke up in the middle of the mate last night. Fully dressed. Remember. Any of that. Yeah. What can we do that? Everybody has sort of prepare because everybody dies watch too much for that. After more than two decades as a prolific cinematographer shooting her share of relatively straightforward documentaries, which isn't to suggests boring inconsequential but more traditionally fly on the wall Kristen has now directed to inventive decidedly unconventional ones. Two Thousand Sixteen camera person was a memoir comprised exclusively of footage shot across the globe eighty six different countries Johnson filmed in I believe is the count the content was, of course, deeply personal, filmed and curated as it was by Johnson though only explicitly. So in home movie clips of her twin toddlers playing with our camera and scenes over mother suffering from dementia. Her latest could be called the act of killing Dick. Johnson due to the way she employs fantasy sequences to tackle tough truths as Joshua Oppenheimer did with his twenty thirteen doc about mass killings in Indonesia during the mid sixties. Johnson, the daughter and filmmaker is more upfront. This time we only hear her voice over we occasionally get to join her inside the closet over New York. City. Apartment she records it on an iphone and she's almost as much an on camera presence as she is a behind the camera one affectionately sometimes quite emotionally interacting with their beloved former psychiatrist father battling dementia like his departed wife before Him Josh. Rated Camera Person One of your top ten films of two thousand sixteen calling it an intensely moving and provocatively personal consideration of what it. Means to carry a camera especially in a world that is seen great suffering. We've established how Dick Johnson is dead is more expressly personal than camera person, but it also might be a more provocative consideration of what it means to carry a camera in a world in a family that has seen great suffering not that Kirsten Johnson necessarily crosses the ethical lines and putting her aging father. Through the ringer staging, sometimes playful, sometimes gruesome death scenes for her own Cathartic Purposes I. think we can probably forgive the time. He soberly complains that shooting in the cold on a Manhattan street while covered in fake blood is even more painful than when he had a heart attack. But how much is this exhausting process actually helping him to process the inevitable and does that even matter? But now it's upon, US Kristen Johnson says in her opening video the beginning of his disappearance, and we are not accepting it as viewers. We can't really ever know whether making this movie Got Dick or Johnson any closer to acceptance, which you can't evaluate Josh is whether experiencing Kirsten's death affirming stunts, brought you any enlightenment or at least enjoyment

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"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

"Ooh. Already, pretty low and because of throat singing makes your voice lower the to Vince call him share, Sh- imager, which means earthquake penal. Once said, my voice is lower than most to vince. They have a style that makes your voice, and when I use that, there's a slow song when I hit a note that's four white keys from the left of the piano. If you'd like to see Pena's journey to Tuva, look for the nineteen ninety, nine film call. Genghis. BLUES IT WANT A. A documentary award at the Nineteen Ninety Nine Sundance Festival and it was nominated for an academy award in the documentary feature category, good stuff. But not everything was awesome for him during this time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven, Pena was badly injured due to a fire in his house and he wound up in a coma for several days because of smoke inhalation and he also dealt with a long pancreatic illness. Originally, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was given six. Six months to live. It wasn't until sometime later in two thousand that he was correctly diagnosed with pancreatitis. But also in two thousand finally came the release of the new train album. I'm not sure exactly how that happened, but the record came out on a label called hybrid recordings, which was a subsidiary of a larger label. So presumably bears was bought out by that label and Pena being back in the news with the newfound popularity because of the documentary meant that there was. was something suddenly in their archives that people wanted again, it's just a guest, but it's pretty solid one. But all this was a little bit on the late side for Pena. There are only two other albums credited to him after nineteen seventy, three one is a tube in singing album, and the other is the soundtrack to Genghis Blues. So more toobin singing in two, thousand, five peanut died of complications, pancreatitis and diabetes in his San, Francisco apartment at the age of fifty five. I, wish I had a better ending for the story, but unfortunately, I don't. This isn't a story like share was huge in the early seventies and then made a big comeback in the nineties and early two thousands or or Tina. Turner who broke out in the sixties, and then again in the eighties, it's not even a late bloomer kind of act like Sheryl Crow who didn't make it big until her mid thirties or fits in the tantrums. Their first album came when founder and lead singer Michael. Fix Patra was forty. It's essentially the story of a man who's popular music career was ruined by somebody's Ego, and all we have left to consider are a few pieces of work and a lot of speculation about what might have been. And now it's time to answer today's Trivia question back on page two, I asked you about what the names Nelson, Lefty Charlie, junior lucky and Otis have in common, and then I threw in the name's spike, Clayton Muddy, and boo to make it even easier. Did you get it? While they're all pseudonyms Nelson, spike belong to George Harrison Muddy, and Charlie junior or pseudonyms for Tom Petty, lucky, and boo or more commonly known as Bob Dylan. Otis Clayton are usually identified by the name. Jeff. Lynne and lefty would be Roy orbison..

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"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

"The following year? Pena side with Bears Ville records, which was run by somebody named Albert. Grossman Grossman is perhaps better known for being Bob Dylan's former manager was at bears bill that he recorded his second album called new train, and it was produced by Ben Syndrome. And on new train, we find the song called jet.

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"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is

Seattle sports stars, including Russell Wilson, to host ESPYs remotely

News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Seattle sports stars, including Russell Wilson, to host ESPYs remotely

"It will be a Seattle flavor for Sunday night's virtual espys combos bill Ford says the war Joe will honor new heroes and offer a message of hope during challenging times from the global pandemic to a worldwide protest over racial injustice twenty twenty has been a different unforgettable year because of covert nineteen instead of a five thousand person audience in Los Angeles for the first time ESPN sports awards show will have the three co host in remote settings the trio all happen to play and live in Seattle I am also wills I'm super animator Pena the espys there's a night to celebrate hope courage strength and resilience the storm sue bird and rains Megan Rapinoe our partners and share a house which makes it easier for television crews setting up service perseverance the moments that inspire and the power of sports to unite the dynamic duo will get a chance to show off their sense of humor which they've been honing in their own quarantine podcast called a touch more Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is set up an SP red carpet in his home singer wife an expecting mom Sierra will likely make an appearance Wilson tells ABC's Good Morning America we're gonna have some special moments over the years the espys a poke fun and highlighted amazing athletic achievements they're also a platform for important messages like we witnessed in two thousand eighteen from Dwyane Wade the late Kobe Bryant and lebron James use our Florence and renounce all violence the racial profiling has to stop Russell Wilson and other African American athletes not afraid to lead a movement for social change right now it's a no brainer for us to really emphasize the significance of what's going on around the world chores chores and the espys will honor heroes galore including former boxing champion Kim Kleinfeld who became a nursing Canada's battle against corona virus she received the Pat Tillman award for service the espys error at six o'clock Seattle time Sunday on ESPN I'm bill Schwartz come on news

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Mr. Peanut is dead

America Trends

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Mr. Peanut is dead

"Mr peanut is trending did you see this number one on Twitter and everyone said what what's going on well apparently is the news of his death the cartoon characters demise comes in the form of a Superbowl commercials this is a bit of a preview Twitter is confirming Mr peanut is died at the ripe age of a hundred fourths after sacrificing himself to save Wesley snipes our condolences are pouring in goodnight sweet prince wrote to MPs second one mark and Dave the airbag masters open or closed shell funeral here's how it all went down I know you like no you don't maybe you'll be alright maybe I believe her anyway Mr parole more stuff on Twitter Mr Pena died as he lived in his own time and laughing and shelf full of money from article monster than not munching cannibal and now he roasted peanuts hello my goodness

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Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña talks 'Asian Americans'

They Call Us Bruce

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña talks 'Asian Americans'

"Teach Asian American studies at UCLA. And it's embarrassing. How little I knew. I'm being when I went back. I mean don't tell anybody with my colleagues because Dr Ahead filmaker would you expect but I mean you know. People are worried now about naturalization and I kept on thinking well that's a new thing but in fact South Asians back in the nineteen twenties were who had citizenship here were denaturalized. I mean they were because of the got sing tin case by God sing. Tin Was an immigrant from India and he was actually a World War One veteran I mean he fought he served for the US military in World War One so he was given citizenship for. Maybe four days or something like that. But then they reversed it because he was Indian Dan so he also went to the US Supreme Court and the only thing he can argue back then was while. I'm I'm white because I'm Caucasian because I guess that's the region or whatever and the Supreme Court decided. Yeah you're Caucasian but you're not white but you sure ain't white not white so no no no. You can't have citizenship. So he was naturalized. And then all the South Asians with citizenship were then de-naturalize and when you're denaturalized. You don't only lose the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Like your property you lost your property. I mean it was. Just you know as heartbreaking the case of cutting thin is it's so interesting because it's like it confirms very like on the Supreme Court level. Whiteness is like why disease it's racist such a construct in that in the in the most sort of You know those like constitutional way that they've like defined it. You know what I mean like. You're definitely not white. We need to confirm that like you're not the common man's definition of white. Yes I think what's What's also a deeper structure aspect of? This is that speaks to the uncomfortable role that as I have played throughout history And especially in the present day right that we have been seen in some ways as a kind of like The stopgap other right uh-huh our yeah the wedge or the fill in or you know the standings for various things I I'm thinking here of the earliest immigrants. The United States as a Chinese United States specifically and Japanese as well it were brought here in part because there was a need for labor after After black slaves were free right so there was this sudden. Shortfall of people to do heartbreaking work at very low pay and they decided that it was cheaper instead of to hire black people to actually import people from across oceans right and that instantly set up a narrative for us to be seen as kind of the replacement minority and overtime. We've we've had this kind of pushing pull in terms of where we belong. How adjacent perhaps to whiteness and blackness. We belong or whether we belong here at all right because that's as we began this conversation. Talking about a cyclic thing where it seems like American decides. We don't belong so I you know one of the things I think about. This documentary series is how well that that subtext kind of plays out in in the way that the narrative has been framed. And when you're trying to do one hundred and fifty years of history you have to actually will. You can't tell all of it. It's really not in real time. So how did you decide what to include and whatnot? They're just so much right. You've got yeah you've got five episodes. And then the and the whole of Asian America. Yes so so. What do you do and as you know? Country Music got thirteen hours. Five hours hundred Fifty Years American history. How many how many hours did baseball in the civil war? I well Vietnam workout seventeen or something like that. But I mean that's that's fine a deserved it. But you know countries excessive.

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Innovation and the Clich

LensWork

09:35 min | 1 year ago

Innovation and the Clich

"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing

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"pena" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

The Wolf's Den

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"pena" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

"Email before I Came over here From a twenty two year old recently graduated from University of Washington Aerospace Engineer. He did his first deal. One point five million bucks. It closed yesterday evening. I had dinner or a drink with him the night before and I said you gotTa do the takeaway close. I said time to fuck off and walk through the door and close news pro- Cross my fingers. That if he does it right he's GonNa blow up in his face okay and email. He says I did the hard close Mr Pena and it worked. He melted at the table or tell them. Don't let the door hit you in the ASS on the way out asshole and so I mean I often often that saddle. We just did that last week with someone that was like saying. No no no no Mike Technical. Fuck off thirty seconds later okay. Final do correct unbelievable. Yeah but today And my kids my I call everybody kid because I'm old enough to be grandfather. Father my kids that have used yourself. Say It's good I I've never used it. I'm a hammer closer. I'm not a finance closer. I either beat you to death at the table. I've seen the sun go down and come up at a coffee table. Use It because it's not magic. It's just it's the truth about persuasion so I find the greatest salesman in the world. You'd have stated but if you say Oh shit fuck it exactly. That's why I'm so good at what I do is basic truths about selling for that matter running business basic core truth that just run through it. Let me Gosh. I don't WANNA I don't Wanna you're beyond like steps for success but just if you can really break it down like if you're the average kid out that kid but what was keeping give me a cappella. What's the plan? I mean I laser. The laser beam focus. They focus one focused on the few not many focus on the menu meaning Most of the kids that are most adults have got four or five projects none of which are worth a shit okay and so. They're trying to make them all work because they're afraid to walk away away because they spent too much time develop in it. The great thing about the Internet is the results are instantaneous. Yet kids work on APPS and programs And enright code not for an hour a week a month but years and they get no results..

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"pena" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"pena" Discussed on KGO 810

"I have a nephew with pena analogy and it's actually deadly like literally if you please a round pena preparation even not even if you've a and affleck's of shock i mean it's likely he can't breathe he's going to die yet nut allergy is seemed to be the most serious the real this thing is so i get why people are upset about it because it's not funny that people can die living and so when we make light of it people start not believing that people have really have these i've heard people say oh i don't really believe they have a pena allergy be bnf because some people may be don't like something in them lie about having already but the people who have allergies it's the real deal it's very very serious if lifethreatening again code are lifethreatening my mom whatever got stung by a bee and now she has the b allergy and she has to have the app upenn 'cause if she gets done by can't brief well well after you take your kids if he bolivia carries if you think that people are every act live or if oh you're not okay so you're right but but i'm curiously they actually did make light of it or if i mean i don't know i kinda want wanna see it to see if it i know i'm gonna out after they see the movie yes very are they seen puram or are they seem paddington to own also i can remove either saying well then he got to take missy peter abbott okay i'll do that but southern good idea i i love going to kids movies with my kids i'm actually that weirdos like a clear way the fun i will go into the kids movies now that i'm older see if you would ask me when i was 25 i would've been ion nazi at dhahran jokes in there for the parents here.

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"pena" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"pena" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Pena hanoi well no they non you'll mid merely though love with me then me barely though no ma'am on opening monologue thumb the legal yoga and ballet bafonni ms annoy you played the coffee known on the rookie in on one one more none of that dan benetton had day yes man amen but then a muddy bed airline lay new bombay did you both famed morkel being powell who your wounded smith lazily the ban it all by may oh man that being and linked one god man mahdi amana eamon bailey mom he may have dog well.

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"pena" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"pena" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pena show what are you what are you you know you me literally put it in a nutshell all right because it was such a subculture such uh an underground thing that if you're into it you're listening to him tjx on she kaylynn no the power moves show to ryerson every saturday afternoon then as the evening progresses once mastermind moved over to power when a weight and had his mix shown and then you listening to him that was probably the that was the first time we broken into commercial radio it was all college radio because then after that around 10 o'clock to in thirty listen to motion the master plan show if you weren't plugged into those college stations and if you were able to catch michael williams unwrap city you know once a day or once a week even when it was sold in the city than there was nothing trying to back them was known as the screw face capital one of those little what was that lubbers records delays to a certain degree of is that what that in reference to you search this going to herself selfhatred chaos put it really well in the song title call crab bucket and really it is if we both grew up in the same city how can you be better than me at what were both trying to do you know and if you get lucky enough to break out of the city into new york into into the us or the uk europe the loved changes even if the love was there in the first place which it probably wasn't it changes to a um a jealousy in an envi how did that in patrick confidence has an artist back it actually made me stronger hazare will i get off on i grew up playing sports hockey since i was six soccer since i was six and captain most of the teams i played for so you got to get used to being aided cheer can you a competitive absolutely i want to play a track off your record the underground tapes right now when i was a new land again we had access to to wrap city in red city alone this was all we.

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"pena" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"pena" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Also track those but they they're not running the specific algorithms in basically i really liked this set up i noticed they had an activity tracking pena at when i tested out in that was not good it did not track that accurately i tried the sleep pena in that was okay but i think i would try it again measured against my fit because sleep tracking has gotten a lot better than the last time i tested this and they had a prescription linkup ocean peanut that trapped motion and i put that at a pill bottled make sure i was taking my medicine every day and that was actually really handy because it would send a notification if i hadn't taken it by a certain time read so i don't know it's a good deal at ninety nine a much better do agrifood tunein nine this is not a primed this a direct verges deal for another yes in italy from sensor other sense s e n dot dot esi for it not to be confused with the hello sense that went out of business made a sleep monitor or the sense of who atrocity monitor it actually saying going out of business reminds me so why do you think this is discounted i hate to undo inglorious at it's going out of business but at the same time i minutes they're still active on their accounts they're doing well i really don't know and one of the things i really liked about them they don't sell the data they explicitly say you're data's your data you can deleted from our servers at a time it you're done with the you know cetera so that lethal thought ahead and in terms of that from i think that goes back from day one yes i think it's part of their they are french at by other favorite french company is net at mojo in they don't share your data so you know if you want to build a french smart home.

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"pena" Discussed on Rebuild

Rebuild

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"pena" Discussed on Rebuild

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