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Creating Professional Slideshows and Albums

This Week in Photo

08:52 min | 1 year ago

Creating Professional Slideshows and Albums

"Welcome back to this week and photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson. Today I'm joined by Daniel you Cinco. He's the CO founder and the Chief Operating Officer of a company called Pixel Salou and they make some software called smart albums and smart slides. And I think some other things that maybe on the horizon. Hopefully we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk about the future of the company but Daniels here to talk about the slide show space and the album space and the cloud speech of how things are changing photographers. Daniel welcome to the show man. How are you doing? Hey Nice to see you here. Yes as well. We've been trying to do the interview forever. So now now you guys went through a launch and the software is out there in the wild. How's it going or people enjoying? Yeah Yeah No. It's it's been good. We've been around now for November. It'll be six years since we launched my sincere album the first version so yeah. It's been quite a ride for sure. Wow I've got a ton of questions for you on that specifically I wanNA talk about the competitive landscape for you. What the software is. Who's it for what problems that it does it solve and all that before we do that I want to? You know you mentioned you've been around for six. Years gives for the people that may not have heard of the company. But how did it start? Why did it start what? What was the entrepreneur problem? You guys were to solve Yeah I. I've been shooting weddings. Since I was sixteen year. Old Kid has been a really long time. I'm a certain to turn thirty five here so I've been in the industry for a really long time. I started. Actually when I was still film days I was learning film. Back then and I just had a lot of Guess back then. You know photography inside. I was teaching workshops. Those travelling was talking doger's and at the same time I had a friend who was a programmer developer. He said Hey. I have some ideas about some cool apps that we can build and you seem like you have a hold on line marketing and photography. Let's do this together. And so that was in two thousand ten so nine nine years ago and yeah we had A. We had an idea back then. It was like an IPAD APP where you could basically create a design that looked like a printed book and you would flip a flip the pages on IPAD and actually went. I just came out. I was one But we made the APP. We spent two years making the APP and we should go to a lot of her. They loved it but apparently not enough to pay us any money so we had one customer the entire time one from Saudi Arabia. Out of all places. I don't why or how that happened. She was very upset when we told her. We are closing the down. So but We we realized that that The big problem is not necessarily showing the album on an IPAD But actually creating it because in order for it to be prepared for the ipad. We had to go through a similar process of putting images on the page and making sure they're all lined up and they look good together and back then. Most photographers use either photoshop. Or in design and in order to upload to our APP you also have to use design and we thought that our project. We didn't have any customers because the process of creating that album for the IPAD APP was too difficult. So we're like oh we should have a companion APP that you can use to make the layouts that would be really really easy and so that was the beginning of smart albums and as we were making smart albums we realized that there is a big problem. Not just You know an IPAD APP design but making it design for wedding and portrait for our food for books and albums be printed because this is also the time where they're called flush mount books whereas the old old school albums you'd have basically openings on the page and you would slip for pictures in there but the new modern albums which were becoming popular. You'd have a entire page that was A whole print and for these albums for flush mount albums you needed to create designs and so we thought. Oh smart albums big grade help here as well to help with our grade printed albums and so when we launched it in November two thousand thirteen it was for the printed albums and they really exploded and change industry because something that used to take in photoshop days and designed probably a whole day. Now smart albums you can make you know in fifteen minutes And Yeah after that we we grew from three people back then to now over thirty people. That's been collect fight it right. Yeah congratulations man. That sounds fantastic. That sounds like the the the ultimate ultimate sort of Silicon Valley for the most part but the ultimate sort of Silicon Valley story of Guy Sees Guy has issued guy solves the issue turns out people like the solution in Bhai. It and the company grows right. Yeah except we didn't have silicon valley money. We have to finance it ourselves. That's the big big difference. Oh Yeah Yeah. I'M GONNA dive into both of these so smart albums and smart slides so just before we do that from from your perspective. How how has the or has the industry changed? You know in terms of what they want. So you mentioned going from sort of slip in prints and the evolution into the full page being a print which necessitated doing layout and design and all that. Have you sitting where you're sitting? Have you seen a shift away? From printing and into more online sharing through facebook can in that sort of thing or is it equal growth on both the physical atom side of the business in electron side of the business. Yeah great question. I definitely seen a shift toward more. Just shooting burn and you know we can the warriors type of approach where Dr Become wedding photography become a secondary job and a lot of cases. But those who try to make it their full time business and they're full-time thing. They realized that in order to make it a full time business. They have to make as much money on each client. That's possible because clients are limited. There are a lot of. I'm sure every photographer watching this will say. Oh my gosh. My market is so saturated I. It's so hard to make it And it's been a lot easier ten years ago. It was a lot easier and so with more photographers Everybody gets fewer clients viewer bride and fewer portrait clients so you have to find ways to maximize the amount of money you make from. Each individual client and prince albums are really really great. Way of doing that because clients want them. Most lines want them. It's just a matter of price and by saving what's might albums by saving time on design you essentially can lower the price tag of the album back in the day. Fifteen years ago malls photographers would tell you. Oh you have to charge something like two to three thousand dollars per hour which sounds kind of insane right now for a typical wedding. Typical bride is GONNA pay again. Typical bride is not going to pay three thousand dollars for album because she knows she can probably find something online. That may not be as great. You know shutter flyer or blurb but may not be as great but she can get something done for two hundred dollars or one hundred dollars and so was allowed photographers to make albums fast allowing them to lower that price tag because now they can afford to charge less for albums and still make it really good profit?

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Tess Daly on Sleep Deprivation and Feeding Her Kids

Scummy Mummies

05:30 min | 2 years ago

Tess Daly on Sleep Deprivation and Feeding Her Kids

"Daly argue a scummy mummy. Yes I probably am I am I try my best. We all do Glenn keeping all the balls in the trying to be the best that I can possibly pay apple to goes wants ten one very soon to be fifteen. She keeps telling me slush warning me. We'll be driving in two years. taunting is about you know. I sort of I I do love. It and I love talking parenting because for me. It's an endlessly fascinating conversation because we're all just trying to do the best job we cannot for me. I am fascinated by how everybody else makes it work and makes it look easy because I've always looks like and I'm I'm into discussing it with other. Moms the challenges we fight because you the universal the challenges and them whatever it is. It's it's an interesting topic that I just lot talk about. You Know Oh yeah that's my. DVD strategies of you found a use for coping with the stuff you don't with strategies in Columbia kindness. The low point is challenging because I'm apparent Patina agent now and that has its challenges. I rolling alone. You know it's hot awed is sort of like you've got. You've replace where they're just trying to get to grips with. All these hormones run the hormonal arrest and they're just trying to work everything in their own minds and they just need to know that often whenever you you know you're being authored. You're doing it from a loving place yeah. It's for the greater good so yeah I enjoy a book talk about parenting early on when my little one was what might throw when my eldest was she was three and a half four and I wrote a book about parenting for the baby diaries because she didn't sleep three and a half offiah's those new to the second one at workup every forty five minute. Oh well for three and a half years I on she'd wake up three times a night. I remember when I took it to sometimes I had to throw myself off the bed and crawl on all floors down the hallway to throw myself delve into the shower wakeup dot right then full-fat coke before speak. I mean it was desperate time. I couldn't sleep deprivation was Absolu- Salou held and when we afforded off years between our children because you can't even consider another child when one's not sleeping. I can't even consider doing the thing you'd have to do to get the trump. What exactly so yes we she didn't sleep for three and a half years and we had another child. She's she was almost four years old and a second child slept. I would say from literally through the night from week. Twelve stops then she's ten years old twelve hours a night. It's like an off button. Get Record Aguirre today. She rolled from inside closes. Arise and Jannik face falls asleep. Thank God because couldn't because we against that we sort of we learned the secret of self teach into self settle. Don't drop them to sleep because when they wake up in the middle of the night as babies and you're not there they will cry in protest. The rephrased smiling wave woke up the room and they will often they fall asleep some by themselves comfort with key or domain. Don't whatever you do so confident in a toy and then if they wake up for the night they will fall back asleep without yelling for you because you were bad cappella sleep magician. She's a magician away. Is the secret sleep. Oh yes never go sleep. Deprivation makes you inside. It really does it or not. You should know I just yeah and you do see that thousand yard. Stare the new mom who's pushing pushing the button and you can't go out to the at this one was a massive bag of marshmallows and she was just Kinda guy on own with one hand pushing the buggy because the sugar is anything anything that can keep me awake so I can everyone dry the cliff. It's just it only any means necessary. Its survival absolutely absolutely I'd wet hair leaving the house clean Matisse Verse Three Months. Just SORTA workouts boggy open. Get the baby food. Are you a fish finger and chicken nuggets cameras at all. I'm not it's not all organic but I try and get as many by whole foods vegetables into the food is love I and you know and it's it's a former loveth giving kids nutritious food as much as you can practically swap you French fries frozen sweet potato fries. They're a little bit better for your interest and I'll make about you know making sort of something off raise up and do a little bit. That's music nickname make Turkey burgers and all rounded up and mixing the Virgin Dude double the amount of freedom for next week so I do try and give nutritious food because I feel guilty if I don't you know whole foods mostly but the cost of course weekdays unfortunate they've inherited. It dot like putting fourteen as well so it's not. I'm not saying I'm on Djelic by try. I do try give them coped of whole foods wear wear

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"salou" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"salou" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight month old Anita Salou be sorted crying and woke babysitter Ola Mary outta ya. From a nap poured nearly eight ounces of milk down baby's throat in less than thirty seconds. Essentially, drowning child Prince George's county state's attorney you should read boy parent had installed a nanny Cam which caught at Yeli killing the baby today. She was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for second degree murder and child abuse have recurred a sound WMA. Allen WMA L dot com Loudon county school teacher arrested for being drunk in public drunk in a public school. In fact, sheriff's deputies were called a mill run elementary school in Ashburn Thursday, where a teacher was suspected of being drunk when deputies found bottles of alcohol among his personal things. Forty six year old Brian Kilmer of sterling was arrested. He's charged with drinking or possessing alcoholic beverages in or on public school grounds as well. As public intoxication. John Matthews on WMA Ellen WFAN dot com. Employment now at the lowest level and a half century economy has now added jobs for one hundred three months in a row still there are some areas to watch among. The report saw spots losses in the retail sector. Anima automakers amid store closings and plant closures. Karen, gave Washington President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone for about an hour today over engaging in a wide range of topics. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says the uprising in Venezuela was among them the president's primary.

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"salou" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"salou" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"salou" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"About the ancient origins of Salou me with the shops, new owners Martinique, Greg and Clara vineyard. But first my conversation with Tiffany. So just to start. I think a lot of people are curious how did you foray from acting into food and having a food show, and a cookbook, it's crazy. I've always had a love food and cooking since I was little I was that little girl who would peer around the corner looking into the kitchen watching all the cool women in my family cooking and having a good time. And I wanted to be that kid in there with them. So when they finally invited me that you have to wait to be invited say that just because it sounds better. They were super sweet. And then as it got I got a little older. I was started traveling a lot for crazy enough saved by the bell and going to different countries and learning different cuisines and just kind of preceding food in that way. And then in my thirties cooking to try and find a man, and you know, that work it did Mary thirteen years, but did you real amend with which make tomato soup tomato soup? So made us some in grilled cheese yet, he's a Texas. Boy, I probably should've added a little short ribbon there something or pulled pork. But to go back on the TV show was really kind of on a whim. I was shooting a New York City and shooting the show called white collar that we did for six or seven seasons and living in a tiny apartment, and we would go to Chelsea market all the time. And that's where. Yeah. Food network cooking channel headquarters were and so I had this idea for a while. And I was called my manager. And I was like do you think you can get a meeting with even like listen to me? And so he was able to pull the string. And I went in there pitch the idea. And that's kind of how show how I know. Okay. So the fact that Tiffany made a grilled cheese sandwich for her husband to lure him in is very personal to me. So many years ago about ten years ago boyfriend made me a grilled cheese sandwich. And for some reason that sparked this tradition where every time I start dating someone. I don't tell them that it's a test. But I ask them to make me a grilled cheese sandwich. Actually, I do remember. I started doing this. Because I dated someone else who made me worse grilled cheese sandwich. And he was my worst boyfriend. So I started to think, okay. Maybe there's some correlation here, and it's true. My best boyfriends have made the best grilled cheese sandwiches. And that one booed made the worst. Why was it the worst? What made it so bad? Okay..

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"salou" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on EconTalk

"He's not an intellect, he's not an intellectual, but he was his wife. Is he is listed a sense to sweep floors and to sweep the snow shovel the snow outside between two points in this camp and in relation to that Salou Gideon and Uson come out to work that is two to shovel the snow with spirit dome as often as they can so that they can carry out and conduct the kinds of philosophical conversations that they so love to do. And you mentioned earlier that spirit on stands in for the sort of the wisdom of the peasant. And before we started taping, you mentioned a proverb of his explain what the short that is the we have seen how it is that Nieta jn early on in the novel season self as a follower of towel wisdom. He sees himself a little bit later as a skeptic, and then for hundreds of pages he's turning to. Rubin is friend for kind of answers on the meaning of life, and he alternates interning to excuse me. Trying to say fifty dome, but I don't want to say speed slugged in right solo. Thank you friends solution. And finally, let's say, roughly at the last third of the novel. Realizes that neither communism of Ruben or the kind of will the power of the wheel of the intellect, which characterizes solution. Neither of these two has in life satisfies. NIA version in terms of providing the answers to the meanings of life. And so he turns indeed to spirit on late late in the novel, and he in a long lead in paragraph, he says, essentially, we see all the suffering and crime and the. The people who have been slaughtered in our country by Stalin, etcetera, etcetera. And he said, tell me what is right? What is truth in all of this and spitting dome responds with a very, very famous and yet. Each old wisdom, Russian wisdom, Russian proverb by saying, how would I try to say Tintin by saying something to the effect. You want to say Russian for source? Well, now in the English part of the wolf hound, the wolf hound is right. The man who hunts men is wrong. And what what this proverb means is that the nature of a wolf out in the wilderness can't blame him when that's right. It's it's by his own internal nature that he the wolf hunts. But he says, when a man hunts the lives and souls of his fellow man that is wrong. And this is a moment that goes back. This particular moment though, were trying to goes back to Tolstoy's novel Warren piece. When one of the main characters turns yet again to a peasant and the response of. Prince Pierre in warm piece is the same response of musician in social needs since snow? What say that again? Finally, I understand it's a brilliant chapter. Well, the my favorite moment book I've probably said that already today. So Pol Joe's, but I think this is my actual favorite is. Is at the end of the book. I just looked it up. It's on seven, twenty eight out of seven hundred forty one pages. Very, very near the end when through the bizarre detail oriented nature of the bureaucracy and the machinery, the bureaucracy near Sion receives back is finally gets back. His volume of poetry of I would pronounce it ESPN, but you save is saying in. So you saying in died tragically thirty, I looked this up. He died young. He was harassed by the KB the Soviet police, right? And. I think I don't know if this is true, but it says that he wrote his last poem with in blood..

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"salou" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"So it is technologically speaking. It has become easier and easier to speak with at least a little bit of thority on what hap Salou that has become a major thing. Yeah, I'll talk more as we go through some of these questions about my routine and how I about a Saturday because we did get a variety of questions, and I'll actually start with a window of opportunity question from Andrew, and he says he's been falling college football intently since college as well as a solid verbal. Thank you. Andrew. Normally he would sit down around eleven fifty and watch on and off until he had a family event or fell asleep this year, though I will be busy on Saturday and cannot watch all day. How should I choose. I break from other activities. Should I pick a window and enjoy that whole window or just have the window to follow my team? One of the big ten east cannon fodder teams that will just be on it noon and ignore the Marquis games. This is where my window of opportunity I think fits in and I kind of did it half jokingly because I found a sound for it a couple years ago and it didn't really dawn on me until we did the live show in Atlanta last January, how useful some people out there in the baller hood actually found this, which was music to my ears. Happy to keep doing your baby. Yeah, I didn't realize that people took it actually seriously. So what I'm gonna do for new listeners, what I try to do is give a heads up every Wednesday about what I call the window of opportunity and what that amounts to is just on a Saturday when you can get out and do life things. So not talking about that early morning, nine to twelve game day slot. But I do have to get out and do something in the afternoon. When is your best chance to go out and run that Aaron or go out and be with your significant other your family without missing too much college football games. It is not so much about picking what to watch as it is picking what not to watch. You have to triage these games accordingly so that you give yourself the best chance of seeing meaningful action throughout the course of a Saturday. So that's how I approach it. I'm trying to look at the full slate looking to see how these games lineup from a timing perspective and then give myself the best chance of seeing meaningful action. I will leapfrog bad. I will add to that one because he mentioned his team is bad. So if a big east cannon fodder team is what Rutgers Maryland's, Anna, I don't know your your Indiana hoosiers. Excuse me. What I would add is you don't have to watch bad football like you might. It might bring you enjoyment to watch one of those teams, but if they are really bad are just going to get blown out or just soundly beaten most weeks, you can specifically take that time and put it towards doing something productive, pay attention to the score. If all the sudden Maryland's up on Michigan or something like that. In the third quarter, you can get to a screen. Normally you can find streams on your phone or whatever your your tablets or you can get home. If you're cleaning mowing the lawn, whatever you're doing. If you're taking care of actual life, things you can monitor. But I would say if you are a college football fan, if national college football intrigues, if you wanna watch, you know, LSU bam. They're both in the top ten you wanna watch USC, Oregon, whatever, like just from a purely TV show standpoint, intrigues you identify that Monday Sunday ahead of it, whatever the cases and this applies. If you have significant other in everybody's making plans, you've got a cousin's birthday or you have dinner with, you know, inlaws whatever it is. Life happens in this shouldn't ignore life, but you gotta get way out ahead of that. Yeah, you have to say, listen Saturday. This is what is happening in. This is what I'm interested in. How can we make this work? So all parties are satisfied, and so you can figure out a nice middle ground..

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"salou" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"A mobile in the sexiest, which between phone and tablet a lot back and forth. So Chris, Larson who we heard from earlier, she argues that there are some practices that romance writers follow that have helped them up to the digital era, like openness to newbies sharing best practices and taking advice from newcomers. So what do you make of her argument? I thought those were really, really great points, and there's one more thing I just want to add into that is readers are veracious you know, having a reader read twenty books year or twenty bucks a month is really common. Twenty bucks a month up Salou alley. Yeah, we keep score sheet since. That happens all the time with us. So they actually had an appetite to try all kinds of stories. And that's partly what digital allowed is you could get into the market with more niche with less costs associated with it. So when we talked about authors being hybrid, author's doing publishing and self publishing, the made a lot of sense in the romance market. But what she was talking about is, you know, welcoming newbies, this is so so true. I go to several romance conferences every year. There's tracks geared where multi published successful near times. Bestsellers are teaching a class on this was my experience. This is how you can do it. Whenever we have a writer from a mystery grouper, a science fiction group come to one of our conferences, they're actually amazed at how open everyone is about this worked for me. This didn't work, and it's partly, I think it's because we're women and we're more collaborative in community, and we should see an opportunity to grow. The market as opposed to competing against each other. The other thing was sharing the information really. I think that's hybrid publishing became so big and continues, and that sort of like goes up in down when something's new. It's really easy to jump into the few secret things. Here's the way to market give away your book for free of the first of the series, and then you can sell books to through ten and make a lot of money. People share this all the time, the market changes constantly. So they're constantly changing, but they're really open to experimentation, and I'm really kinda taking information, you know, feedback from readers from newbies. I think that's really important to all authors, but I would also say to publishers in this kind of world, we're digital has searching how we sort of respond and listen. It's really different from where I was ten years ago where it was a little bit like the publishers are saying, oh, this is how we do it because we've seen all these come up with great ideas because we see them sharing and we're sharing with them to really make it more of a partnership. I'm Nora young. This is our summer series. The spark guide to life from your friends at CBC radio. One thing I was noticing when I was at your website was just how many different kinds of channels and niches of romance there is there sort of the western stuff and very various types of streams. So does the fact that your digital in the you're not tied to physical production runs? Does that increase your ability to a really good point? Nora out. I mean, as result niche, various genres have really been able to grow. So whether it's paranormal, whether you don't inspirational at and heat levels and things like this is so as a result, meta data becomes incredibly important discovery is so important for authors and republish or so, that's something we focus on a lot. So how about the overall genre of romance fiction? Are there aspects to that as John r- that helped succeed in a digital environment compared to others? Publishing short? Well, I think one, it's it's the number one selling genre in in the world. And it is what women read the most more than anything. As you sort of noted. There are so many sub genres, whether it's a western, whether it's a paranormal or whether this particular what we call tropes, which are sort of like themes like the marriage of convenience or the secret baby really hard when the men has a secret bay woman has a secret baby, but has occasionally thank God. Writers can really write all these stories of their hearts and because you can put it out there and then with meta data was social media with other people commenting on the books, you know, writing reviews that are true to them, that's how you sort of share it..

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"salou" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"salou" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"All the april twelve were having a big party and i'm gonna make the announcement worlds while you are all in salou go ahead in i'm gonna make an announcement dan of what what my prediction is one of my prediction is that in five years you're going to walk in and try to pave the fiat four for a starbucks coffee and there in the barrister is gonna laugh at because they're going to say what is this you know counting up pennies or you know given give me shells so like like can ask via five years from now none of us will because all the energy engineering effort all that excitement his focus really on bitcoin and all of all of the crypto surrounded and i think that's what we're all going to be using and then we are doing it draper university or dry heck crypto boot camp bitcoin boot camp and that is that's leading up to the party and so it's all going to kinda come to that one moment april twelve when i give you are exactly were asked plow all right let me ask you this one last question a fresh dollar to put to work yes he up for now that are star to work would you put it into an existing cryptocurrency or would you went into an icao a fresh dauler is that funny here so i look at up cash dollar used talked about volatility in every oh bitcoin through a volatile i think big coins very stable it's all these other currencies there were a the title they're falling away as bitcoin becomes the standard for all of us to use and so i think up a tolerance let me get rid of it i want to move into something that is going to be used in the what would that be rugby bitcoin it would still be the.

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"salou" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Earning model to be trained on this data said and do some sort of datadriven anonymous is to find the most informative feature that is at predictor of eighty the alzheimer's disease or on issue leon segmentation detecting atrophy is in the brain from mri images all these applications are a really growing into field machine learning and deep earning is being asked a door original report note were we understand the so much data rich patients really need the voice of dr meng law with a lot of physicians skill that is to be a threat to the practice into their specialty but i see it as actually a early reports are tools for us it's impossible to plus you know has a patients reason why patients go to five different purposes because we've work you're the best opinion and so why not give them that by allowing your machine to do the prediction and then it doesn't matter which docked since reject diagnosis sin management aqueous him out when we also talk about some of the more humanistic odds of what's happening the honor of medicine our new occupations emotional aspects which record were along raise off from of machine grew that the impression i've been given is dead alzheimer's is a disease were making a lot of progress on but there are still some open questions it's not something that's going to be in the near term completely figured out and taken care of and all that sort of thing is there an easy way four allay person understand what it is that makes it a hard problem solving one of the pros is up the diagnosis there's no type of an alzheimer's dementia has some level with us mothers similar diseases so we're just trying to figure out what's important out a week each of these different his data and out to was accurate echoes in fact you'll even if he come up with new use your accuracy no you may not have outsiders but you're going to treat you for alzheimer's in salou.

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"salou" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on Short Story Long

"It's family as cool man um so when did you start okc what you said you were like held were you when you first started in like a league twelve okay twelve so were you good right away no no mm on the first coach i have as i developed a to a better player when i was in high school he was like man you got so much better now might yet thanks light beyond the on you both music yeah don't get to copy i knew you when you couldn't walk into government i was but it will you know it takes it might offensive texas big guns longer time beginning turn air are a body ah when do you feel like you started to like get it like when it did it with a high school are declining goes like my first when the icecool yep and i think that uh act up at because dasa malcolm a first letter from a cardinals shit yeah speak time you know somebody's mri led i'll never forget was from southern illinois salou peace and i was like oh absolutely ever got on gore in nba young like 15 years old in and get in that letter that was super excited for me and i was like you know what these are the first we will simulator bids rocking with them ongoing the adults area and then the next week i got another lenin in other okay how arrives for this michigan and a half the wild care points closing dan i don't want any more letters here and i'm like now you want more let us because this is what you want this is the path that i've chosen um it is definitely paid off the air did you have a plan in high school of how you were going to get to the nba meeting like omitted goaded hopefully this type of college amended resume this modern and how to drag howes going to make it on a algebra to yeah okay good so shit.

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"salou" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

The Global Travel Conspiracy

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

"Yeah it's it's it's there's nothing new about it it's you're absolutely right i mean it's a it's a catastrophe on a gargantuan scale but it's just become mundane and retain uh when i talk to a lot of travellers knee ask them where they been a lot of people go to asia southeast asia east asia a lot of people in europe obviously uh you know even places and central american latin america but africa is always kind of the one place specially areas of say central and western africa the people tend to avoid what do you think are like the top five places in let let's for the for the purpose of this such take south africa out of the mix is i think that's probably the most approachable place there were gets the most tourism if you're recommend places to visit to really kind of you know five places that the give you different aspects of africa but we recommend well i'm whilst we not gonna include south africa south africa includes all of those that so if we take a moment some time later today to discuss other than with while but tanzania if uh if you're looking for the open pains in the foundering his look no further it has the iconic destinations of of sanguinetti and salou national park and numerous other um ehlass loss wildlife eka travel box it also happens to have killham endure would shirt is the biggest climb of a mountain in the world i would say klima by you and me and then it has the wonderful islamic muslim infused history of this where he coast of zanzibar and pemba and of course a little further up because if you up gauging the slip into anything you've got mombassa so really it's got absolutely everything and on top of that it has it is.

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"salou" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Held the monopoly game and has hands and went down eight floors step by step because he had refused to stop the games only game when he was winning down in the bomb shelter it was crowded at boy bumped into him and the whole thing fell from his as i was in low so he was he was angry not because of the shallots but because he lost his game wall was just a part of life of bustle and his friend growing up and it's never really left him his work today as a professor of politics at the lebanese american university in beirut focuses on lebanon's civil war and its aftermath in 1970s lebanon when bustle salou was a child the christian and muslim populations had become divided since independence thirty years earlier the most powerful positions in politics and the majority of seats in parliament had been allotted to christians muslims wanted more say the conflict between the palestinians and the israelis next door and he added to the tensions and a nineteen 75 wall broke out it raged for fifteen years it lasted so long because after the first couple of years it no longer was justice of an order it became the main battered fee where regional actors and international actors four between themselves so whether it's egypt syria the us the soviet union israel and so on lebanon was a playground where you could to fight each other by proxy by the late 1990s though a fatigue had set in and a new determination on the part of the up uh states to end the conflict because it was gradually deteriorating into a confrontation between syria on the one hand and iraq on the other than saw a number of arab states took it upon themselves to draw a new power shutting formula in lebanon.

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"salou" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Felt like i was kissing for person it's a different kissed them what a normal again electile shot the fuck i i the to salou live we feel okay no why is this different i have been begging you for this for years you can't do that can't do what you know it's di kiss me piechnik's me i'm dying for you to kiss me when he finally cases you you say what doku so lobbed you say yup and desist this is the place where you need to challenge and just say you're not invited hearing this moment in the asia clean wants to be an adult is a clean wants to find her sexuality and express it and there's this war then i also understood that the struggle is actually at that moment destructive as more we'd her it goes back and for their day in a oneminute one of them manages but then the other one as she was extraordinarily honest and say i i'm not there i am them in this war ending this baton inside my head i want i don't want can i trust this is the first time you own this besides instead of putting it on him no no i've noticed this for the past year so move i feel like i've i've on this but but i think that it's i am realising now that i can bring jacquilene outside to other people but to jeanclaude to scott no there's there's this huge laws of fear.

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"salou" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on This Week In Google

"But she is rainfall jobs lorient held no ever salou collective yup her her out at what would you call a of fund it's a fun blunt fund jahn for journalism the emerson collective yes she bought i other things other controlling stake in the the atlantic which is another reason i gave him twenty bucks anyway i jan is a book coming out soon from a doctor gene twenty white today's super connected kids are growing up less rebellious more tolerant less happy and completely unprepared for adulthood now this this kind of generality drives me i know i know a reality and this is another example of something we've been talking about all week um but i just i is his technical paddock a this at this presumes that our kids aren't our own children aren't smart and aren't able to do things and learn figure other a world better than we did i i just ask the premise is that since two thousand seven says the advent of the iphone of the smartphone and generally i've had specifically children have had their lives have changed they don't go out as much they stay in more their safer than they've ever been they're having sex at a later age and sheet by the way deduct twenty is a specialist in uh in a generational differences this is her field and she in there she quotes a number of studies they don't that kids here's the grafs the kids uh since the release of iphone they don't hang out his much with friends they don't drive at the drive it a much older age their dating less they're having less sex.

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"salou" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"And it came up that she didn't have civilised salou one get the oecd and then we were back at bay we test me and it was something that i was eating a pillow game your reaction there was no fucking surfers where she was on her well i never ever ever when i heard this for first time i was working at fox sports i just moved via it was 1997 at fox sports there were three sisters like yourself mohana the south and the all worth of different divisions fox bore they got together the black came out and they would talk the black gossip of the commute by the time being gay will smith this gay now believe any ab ovo bro these people are paperwork you those type persist as they were in the business they were both of these parties they were in the know when they for when they first job we abidi murphy there were some real estate told me about the animal ship my father at them with nine i was at the store and eddie murphy was there were poor movie are sending your heart and the sing the black singer from whitney houston husband's beheads modern around what's the other singer them lay you build up thereby oh jen a year he was a john and the and richer prize manager was up there drinking with a fucking used to get fucked up of their forget what his name is a we are we stand there were a couple of accomplish he looked me this cuba urc rallies by the fuck is once this he walked up proomega say so when he refers are the queen's akabway too and they just fucking split at this time when i heard all this shit it was it was mindboggling.

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"salou" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Touch the ball that was going out of bounds that woulda gone the other direction of trying to think of an analogy gallo oh no i would i was going to say is i understand what the caller saying and i appreciate what he's saying and in a what he's right because if you remember back the two thousand three the big knock was who made this worse steve bartman or the reaction of moise salou in left field throw in his hands down instead of just saying you know hey pointing to the ref somebody touched the ball zombie he threw his hands on he was angry that got the crowd into a frenzy and i don't remember dusty baker when he was the manager of the cubs coming out and saying you know leave the guy alone it happens alex gonzalez dropped the ground ball this did an open up the floodgates he dropped the shore double doubleplay ball we could have grit got out of the sending they still had another game that they could have won in oh no one did that so i think new ownership of the cubs with tom ricketts he said were writing this wrong dry israel today i still think that it regardless of how it was treated look you can remember back with the butler days that in a they they lost that game but they still have iguana lose the next one the rest and win the world series in on like nothing lead in game 7 did in yeah exactly so we forget about everything happened after the fact but bartman forever is going to be connected with the end of that series and and the cubs not advancing that to the world series there i'd like look we said this before i like that the cubs did this they give him a ring they provide a little bit of closure all of a sudden he goes from being a pariah to canvass caricature provides a little bit of levity there ought to the situation.

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"salou" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"salou" Discussed on The Four Top

"I think maybe we should move on to our second course now maybe we could have a little bit of salou me for our second course accompanied by some raw goat's milk cheese or maybe not because according to the world health organisation processed meat which includes traditional cured meets is a carson ejn and according to the centers for disease control and prevention rawmilk can make you very sick or kill you what gives chemists davis it's kind of an open secret that foodies consume a lot of cured meat and a lot of raw milk product so i'm curious what your opinion is as a professional in the meat industry on the health warnings that are accompanying these two controversial point of forms of protein do gore funds have doubts i ask too must work you well you're forcing i exhort cancercausing solomon's evil person are poisoning everyone well first of all i just like to say i am i am someone who believes we should eat less meat but i don't like this study i'm also someone who thinks that we should think for ourselves and i don't like the study hit peak as it keeps us from thinking for ourselves about things like moderation and things like how is the meat produced that has turned into processed meat and where does it come from and how does that affect our health truman's just recruiter you'll love the study do or you skeptical of his the yes so korea well i'm scott i'm i would say i may be more skeptical of how it's been read by the media on i mean if you really read the study you realize it's not a study about risk per se actual risk per se it's more about uh a categorisation of processed meat that is that basically states it could be carcinogenic or it is to a certain extent but it doesn't incorporate um.

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