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"snapchat instagram" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"All you'll feel free to share with anonymously via dea snapchat instagram twitter at the show facebook so this guy who says my none of us confession i in all caps hate my sister-in-law even though i act like we're good friends she is doom and gloom all the time and i hate her and she won't stop having kids oh man so he pretends like he loves her really kate standard. That's what you gotta do. Yeah well here's the reverse of that though is the guy that said. Make sure to keep me anonymous. I am extremely attracted to my sister-in-law. Don't say my name this person's confession my boss thinks i am so committed to my job but no one knows that the reason i put in so many hours is that i just hate going home to my family. We'll watch heavy. I tell my husband to stop spending so much money on food during the workweek. But he doesn't know. I stop for a three dollar coffee almost every day. I can't stand that. I don't like the money ones. It just seems so shy sti so dirty dislike in your family. I'm okay with that because you can't control that but the money thing just a liar. Okay here's one comes. This guy says i'm a forty year. Old young forty year young marine vet. An ace has been my role models since two thousand fourteen..
The Next Generation
"Recently. The washington post published an article about how young adults twenty-somethings called generation z. Are creating a real shift in how viewers connect with sports. And how many connect with sports if you think of the traditional ways of consuming sports you root for a team you watch and attend their games. You might be completely disconnecting from generation z. As an example the post cites. Espn's internal data that says that the percentage of twelve to seventeen year old stick and ball fans who call themselves. Avid fans has dropped from forty two percent ten years ago to thirty four percent today. What if i was to tell you that young people care more about what an athlete binge watches on net flicks. Then what he or she thinks about the next opponent or that viewers might not care about the athletes next opponent at all only that the athlete is a culturally significant. Figure if that sounds ridiculous to you then you might not understand this new generation of consumers. But if you're a decision maker stewarding the future of this sport you'd better learn to understand these jen's ears and give them what they want or you won't have a sport left to oversee now. The washington post article talked about gen z as relates to stick and ball sports. But we're going to do is spend this time talking about how horse racing relates to generation z. And what leaders in this sport can slash should do in order to reach them to do that. We have invited guests from a number of different viewpoints. I we have a racing executive looking to market his product. He is gregory. Vincent who is the vice president of marketing at gulfstream park. Next we have to young people with us. One became so hooked on this sport that he's now going through the race track industry program at the university of arizona. He is michael sand duly and full disclosure. His father matt has been a longtime espn event producer. Our third guest is madison. Bregman the founder and ceo of girls spelled with a z. At the end she consults with clients trying to reach young people. Young girls in particular. According to her linked in page she's worked with a number of clients including the nfl and she's the perfect person for this discussion because she can self reflect if you will on trends involving generation z. So welcome to all three of you. Let's start with mattie when it comes to sports in general how would you describe the differences between what appeals to gen z irs versus older generations. What degen's ears care about. Yeah i think the big thing is that where older generations would sit down and watch an entire football baseball basketball games. This generation is so much more driven by watching clips or highlights. The way that we're consuming it with that. Being said is different too because we're not watching it on tv watching it on mobile devices on different platforms like twitch and and snapchat instagram. And really the way that we're interacting with teams and players as different as well where older generations once again. We're fans of specific teams because you grew up in that city or whatever have some kind of connection to it and this generation more fan of individual players can so for example. If i'm a huge fan of baker mayfield. I may not necessarily love the cleveland browns. But i liked baker and would wear a skirt near water. Whoever it may be michael san duly. You've heard what she just said about your generation. This is your generation. How does that jibe with your thinking as you were being attracted to horse racing. Well horse racing is the number one sport in my heart. But i but i'm a fan of all sports so i completely agree with matt in the sense that our generation likes players rather than teams a lot of my friends like lebron or curry and so on in horse racing. You can kind of do that. You pick your hero for the year for lack of our term. Unfortunately nowadays everybody gets sent to orderly and this year you've built a brand of this year you could arguably make the case for to the law in tis. The law garnered a lot of fan interest because he came from a grassroots fail. I think it was the saratoga. Select that nolan in toga. Bottom out of and he grew into this the big story line. And that's what everybody likes. Everybody likes a big story. That's what attracts fans.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Guess it's here. It's technically Yeah, whoever I like Rush Rush is good. Sure, Bass lover the best man. Very, very unique sound of them when you hear them. You know, it's right. Yeah. Wouldn't be funny. If this wasn't rushed that would be prepared to be Russia. I got the analysis. You gotta shake your son, Jacob. Son. You have see aficionado loves it really can break it down. Analyze it, too. Yeah, he's an expert in this field goes Habib's a safe bet. And why the reason why is grappling is just way better. The early gate well or get gauge. Whatever his name, actually God, she would probably have some success stopping takedowns early. He's got a little bit of a division one wrestling background. But Gage prefers to keep the fight standing at times has a reckless style. But could be usually will smother him with a clinch and then go for a double ladies. It's violent. Their God, I've never better you other one with a lunch for a double leg. You know, that means I've never been a UFC fight. So what do you what our guy and really want to know could do better Mission mission knockouts. There's you could bet all those who say it goes the distance. You know, boxing, little snm. Exactly. Christian Uptown also has a question. You released a statement. What's up, Chris? Hey, gentlemen. Really Appreciate having me on your the best. Thanks for everything you guys build. Thank you. Thank you. So this water a little color around. That's good information that you just read out. But I think that you know, everyone thinks that could be the best fighter in the world. I mean, he's the greatest got out there. But it gave me is a true animal in his pants for copper miners, and then the kids growing up as a beast. I think he's going to stop all the takedowns and not could be about All right, So you think he's gonna win? He's gonna back him out. That's what he's got. Honestly, I mean, if you I've been watching could be last three fights. And if you look at all these fights, he's fighting guys that can't wrestle so they can't stop us down gave. He does that. He's been wrestling as long and you hit like a truck. Okay, guys going to kick his legs, and he's gonna knock him out, probably the third or fourth, but it's not going to go to. He's the underdog. Thanks, President. Everybody knows the old UFC axiom. You never bet against the son of a copper miner. Never. It's true. I do love Chris's Like logic. There's like, Dude, He's the kid of a copper miners to compromise. Like, okay, he must be a bad ass. That's me. Bid wrestle bears is youth. That the guy that was Russell's the Bear. That's some video. I just had a copper miners son going. I have seen that any wrestler that's a video man. Bear and Jake also point wrestle. Killa Mac Division one wrestling background Now, he says, Eventually the leg kicks you get Toby. My Jake said eventually that he'll get him with a clenched and double takedown. And there you go. That's the fight's going to be watching football. Sounds to me like it's going to be competitive. By God, We've got more. You have C calls. Listen, They're out their car, etc. Fans out there. Nick isn't Niles. What's up, Nick? Guys? I just read the last think Viv is going, Tio. Take him down Smuggler, Um did she has a great shot with the late kick and knock out power, But he's only got two rounds to finish it. And I want the one thing we need you to on more than just two out. Thank you very much neck like that going the other way. So, your son Nick and I feel like Alex and wheeling were more could be probably too good for is texted me. Tour does go with the underdog. What is that up? Texted? He snapped, chatted me because you can't have Snapchat. A ideo. Yeah. Why wouldn't I have stabbed captioned Media Social media? It's with the whole world's about now. You know, I don't have Snapchat Instagram. I signed up one night the guys would chide me. I signed up in the bar signed up. Yes. Grander tender. No, no Bumble. No. Nothing. Tic tac owed. Your code is in. Need that. Notice it. I gotta be honest. He doesn't have Amazon. He doesn't eat Amazon. He doesn't need you Just need to have your own needs An aging thing. The good kid needs his. Hello. How are you? That's it. It'll do it every time. Yeah, I don't know if there's ever been a person who's been able to turn down the charm of of the good kid. Nobody's ever. He's alluring Stop is one thing when Jason Sudeikis makes the job all Jason today, that's what it's from. It's from a movie after movie, Everybody move. Take it easy. And this is my math before we get thrown off the air. Yeah, Yes, exactly. You're going to need any of that stuff. He go. He's all voting movie. He goes. He goes out in the bar, and he talks to Ladies. It's all right. You're good, because she's a lady. Whoa, whoa, whoa. She's another song. People got problems with. It's cold outside people. They have problems with that one. He's a little creepy. Sometimes I gotta but Tom Jones, we have a problem with Tom Jones. Yeah. That Tom Jones. She's a lady. Yeah, Well, I guess I gotta listen, Alaric, maybe Ideo. What about what's new piston? It's one of my favorites, too. That's another Tom Jones, right. That's the point. Yeah, there's someone always Jean Greco's guy. Some Ah, learning learning what's new pussycat and seventies. That's the way I'm always accused him having a sock. You know, in the way, I think. Oh, yeah, I don't know if not God bless my mom was a big time shows. Why would Panteleimon Engelbert Humperdinck? What a name? That's great. Yeah, you're bringing the lady's him with the name by itself. You must be special. Tell you that. All right. Thank you to everybody listened and called in today and thank you, too, Dan Winter for joining us, and also Doc Emmerich and video That was fun Catching up with Dr Oxen A book off Mike. Is available now. Wherever books are sold, and we were joking. Where is that? Mostly online, But you could still find a bookstore here in there and do that, for crying out loud and tomorrow we'll have Todd Furman will have your co's keys. Well, actually will save your co's keys for Monday..
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"So check that out of your new york city subculture is really cool and it's really good to support independent artists and independent comedians and and if you have any opinions or you want to add anything to the conversation that will and i had make sure you give me a call at nine two zero four seven even for six seven six three what do you think of gentrification are you trying to buy up all of harlem and fix it up do you think our conversation was unfair give me a call all i want to hear from you i tried to do this last time with the podcast and i totally dropped the ball every time also trying to veer away from a very structured pristine podcast because i would think of a podcast as a sculpture and i'd be chipping away at audio and trying to make something very very smooth and perfect and it's not podcasting isn't perfect we're not listening to a radio show so i'm trying to let go of a little bit of my control so bear with me but i am going to do this every time going to give you a little tip things that are making me feel better one i stopped listening to the news in the morning i used to listen to NPR right away i used to listen to up i while brushing teeth in the morning and i i feel like that got me in the mindset of being depressed or being anxious about what's going on right away and there's one thing to not listen to the news at all all and be totally uninformed and there's another thing to give yourself give yourself some like fucking two hours in the morning just don't you're already i'm not a morning person why are you going to torture yourself and listen to something that's going to stress you out i started listening to news after i worked out so i would get up and do my thing go to the gym workout and after i got all of my adrenaline endorphins running i i actually watch fox news while i'm on the treadmill or the elliptical it motivates me so i would suggest put on happy music in the morning and it will get you you in a better mood don't listen to NPR don't look at your twitter feed as soon as you open your eyes in the morning give yourself some time and that's been helping me a little bit before i wrap this is up i just want to give a final shout out to our featured sponsor wanna rub seriously guys go get some wanna rub follow them on instagram instagram twitter they all have all the links in the show notes on my website joanna van dyne dot com they are awesome they helped bring this podcast cashback so if you love this podcast if you like hearing from me every week you better go over to wanna rub dot com today and get some rub and use the code apocalypse pod at checkout save ten percent support show them that you appreciate it appreciate that they supported a female content creator later because not a lot of people do that if you wanna find out more about me who i am what i do go to joanna van fine dot com that's shayo a. v. v i n t h u i n e and of course follow me on twitter snapchat instagram at j o pin cushion though the podcast has a twitter go to a pock now podcast on twitter follow us like us tell us that you love us in a d m we would love to hear from you and of course we have an email now now go to your email browser and type in apocalypse now podcasts at gmail.com send us your comments send us your emails how are you feeling do you want to be on the show do you wanna talk about something let us know i'd love to hear from you as always check out our facebook group facebook dot com slash apocalypse now podcast go ahead and like the page while you're at it and if you like what you heard please subscribe and leave a review wherever you are leave a like five star review it really helps us us and helps get the word out more and certainly last but not least thanks to johnny grind for writing the main theme of this show and i hope you liked this this approach to the show and i can't wait to show you the conversations that i've had so far and the people that i have booked four more interviews they're really great again if you would like to be on the show drop me an email give me a call and i will see you later and don't think about the the pressure and the terror of everything going on around you it's not the end of the world i'll see you next time on apocalypse ooh this podcast was recorded by produced edited and distributed by me if you need help putting together a podcast for twenty twenty send me an email at apocalypse now podcast at g mail dot com.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To elevate your business to the next level now your host for Silicon Valley insider Keith to welcome to focus on the third time in his key few on today show a mark Jeffrey who's an award winning author and the founder and CEO of guardian circle which fashions itself as the next generation life alert in this week's tech news I'm gonna talk about how innovative hackers are so Intel just announced that they have another vulnerability called thunderbolt and that is where hackers can use the dynamic voltage in a chip to get access and control that system we always talk about how the past we thought that the software inside of a chip was going to be a hackable and we found that to be false if you are a Facebook user affected by the two thousand eighteen data breach eight judge just recently ruled that you can sue for reasonable security but you cannot sue for damages that you can prove that you're actually damage financially in that breach this might explain in a recently conducted study that usage of Facebook continues to decline especially in the twelve the thirty four year old segment so the needles and millennials it was measured that in two thousand nineteen only sixty two percent of the population had Facebook accounts compared to sixty seven percent in two thousand eighteen it was attributed that the younger generation actually enjoys Snapchat Instagram more is very wary about Facebook's privacy standards the city of Pensacola which have the shooting last week actually also the next day had a ransomware attack the city reports that it is functioning with only a few services affected but it is continuing on that cities are being specifically targeted for attacks and what's the intake news is that the department home security wants to expand airport facial recognition to include all US citizens inbound or outbound of the country up until now it's been tested on only foreign nationals and some slick pilot cities and that's the tech news of the week welcome back to the show once again I have mark Jeffrey who is the founder and CEO of guardian circle as well as an award.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In this week's tech news I'm gonna talk about how innovative hackers are so Intel just announced that they have another vulnerability called thunderbolt and that is where hackers can use the dynamic voltage in a chip to get access and control that system we always talk about how the past we thought that the software inside of a chip was going to be a hackable and we found that to be false if you are a Facebook user affected by the two thousand eighteen data breach eight judge just recently ruled that you can sue for reasonable security but you cannot sue for damages that you can prove that you actually damage financially in that breach this might explain in a recently conducted study that usage of Facebook continues to decline especially in the twelve the thirty four year old segment so the needles and millennials it was measure that in two thousand nineteen only sixty two percent of the population had Facebook accounts compared to sixty seven percent in two thousand eighteen it was attributed that the younger generation actually enjoys Snapchat Instagram more is very wary about Facebook's privacy standards the city of Pensacola which have the shooting last week actually also the next day had a ransomware attack the city reports that it is functioning with only a few services affected but it is continuing on that cities are being specifically targeted for attacks and what's the intake news is that the department home security wants to expand airport facial recognition to include all US citizens inbound or outbound of the country up until now it's been tested on only foreign nationals and some slick pilot cities and that's the tech news of the week welcome back to the show once again I have mark Jeffrey who is the founder and CEO of guardian circle as well as an award winning.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Soon the Dan o'donnell show on tick tock Snapchat Instagram at all the things your grand kids are odd no I'm just kidding I couldn't see a scenario in which I'm on Snapchat I like my pictures permanent thank you very much actually photoshopped pictures of me or I look skinny I like those being permanent yes it was a story that was breaking as we were on the air yesterday a shooting inside Waukesha south high school that made national news this was a terrifying situation in the morning and producer Dave and I were working the phones frantically trying to figure out what was going on we did actually have the information coming in from the daughter of the listener very very quickly about what actually did happen now we didn't go on the air with that information is this was still a very fluid situation I didn't want to be accused of giving false information but we did have that almost instantly we did know per reporting by the Waukesha Freeman that the student who brought the gun to school was the only one enter that he was not seriously injured that he was seen leaving on a stretcher that student is now in stable condition he's described as seventeen years old he is in police custody he is recovering at the hospital if he is not yet already been released and transferred to either the Waukesha county jail or juvenile justice facility and now the question of course becomes why at this point type I'm assuming that most of you know the who what when where and how just a very quick thirty second recap student brought a gun to school another student told the school's resource officer that the student had a gun the resource officer confronted the student who refused to take his hands out of his pocket after about ten minutes or so of intense negotiations and discussion with the student to try to get his hands out of his pocket to drop the gun to surrender to authorities the school was placed on lockdown and the students to get hands out of his pocket unfortunately clutching the gun pointing it at officers the school's resource officer shot him there were three shots that students heard this student was taken into custody without further incident no one else was injured this was about as happy an ending as you could have been a very dangerous situation a very fraught story that could have ended with a lot of lost life could have ended in but imaginable unspeakable tragedy but the question that remains is why why did the student bring the gun to school and I know there's all the speculation about whether this was an attempted mass shooting I don't see the indicators there but again I have no inside information I have no sources who are telling me this I'm going based on my own observation why a student would bring a gun to school whether it was to just show off to a friend Hey here I've got this gun where did the gun come from in all likelihood this was a parent's hand gun why was it brought to school sadly the thing I keep coming back to is the possibility that this was a suicide attempt or at least suicide actuation in other words someone is is trying to show other people that they're so depressed they're so far gone mentally that they're going to kill themselves whether this was meant to be a potentially public display is a possibility whether or not the student was actually suicidal or again just making suicidal gesture is in a sort of desperate cry for help because what gets me in in the end of this scenario after ten minutes of intense conversations with the police this student decides to take out his hands and point the gun at officers what this suggests to me is a phenomenon known as suicide by cop that someone almost gets cold feet in their attempted suicide or they they can't bring themselves to do it themselves again I have no information I will admit right up front that I am speculating based on a reasonable interpretation of the students actions I believe this to be a reasonable interpretation after ten minutes when you've got officers at this point the school is surrounded in and just swarming with cops the student himself is surrounded he's got to know that he's not gonna be able to shoot his way out of this yet he takes his hand out of his pocket and points a gun at the officer anyway he doesn't take his hand out of his pocket very slowly holding the gun it appears based on what Russell Jack the Waukesha police chief said he took it out very quickly leaving the office or no choice and obviously the shooting is under investigation greenfield police taking the lead on this because of the law signed by governor Walker some years back that if you are an agency that had an officer involved in a school shoot are involved in a suspect shooting you can't investigate that because there's a very obvious conflict of interest very good law and it's bad not followed by a number of other states in in the past couple of years as we try to do better in investigating officer involved shootings I'm assuming that the school resource officer had body camera footage none of this we're likely to see for many many weeks if not months that's the nature of these investigations as law enforcement is being very tight lipped with apple reason you don't want to induce panic you don't want to set off rumor and gossip and and all of this you don't want people to think that there was a threat to their students that there was you know had the school resource officer not been here this could have been a very deadly situation because we don't know we we honestly don't know could this student have just been bringing the gun to show off was it even load it is another very good question I have not heard that reported I have not heard law enforcement say anything it understandably we're probably not going to get that information coming from official sources just yet because this investigation is going to take quite some time it's complicated by the fact that it took place at a school and that the the suspect is in fact a minor so there are going to be questions whether he's charged as an adult my guest says he will be we might not at least through official channels no his neck but there's a lot to unravel here and this comes as Jennifer shilling so callously pointed out I made a fierce debate over gun control in Wisconsin governor YVR is just a couple of weeks ago called a special session on gun control red flag laws and the like well he got it it was gaveled in and gaveled out in forty five seconds now governor either says made some noise they buy call another special session he's not likely to do so because it would end in the exact same way Schilling almost immediately tried to turn this into a political issue but if there's one issue of politics that was really highlighted in all of this is that governor Walker a couple of years ago was absolutely correct in proposing and then signing into law legislation that would be for up school security what stopped the bad guy with a gun it is the most Klay shade argument in the gun control debate other than perhaps guns don't kill people people kill people but like that one this one is true the only thing as Wayne lapierre said very famously that stops a bad guy with the gun is a good guy with a gun whether or not this student was suicidal whether he was looking to kill someone whether he was looking to show off the gun whether he just wanted to have it have it he was undoubtedly by bringing us a gun into a school a bad guy I have no problem using that moral judgment causing that level of panic the kid is a bad guy the school resource officer confronting him putting his own life in danger to save countless others was a good guy the other good guys the Waukesha police sheriff's deputies first responders from all over who got the call about a person with a gun in the school who responded we're the good guys it took them what ten minutes to get there that's the limitation of the good guys with the guns they can't be everywhere at all times but the more strategic locations that we put them in especially places that we know have been targets for people want to kill as many students as many kids as many human beings as possible look I always use the example of seeing the Mexican military officer with the machine guns standing outside a bank I was imported by are done we left our resort area to go to the downtown where the local shop because my brother wanted to get some good deals on whatever he wanted to get some good deals on he knew where the local shop that would be a lot less expensive than where the Taurus shopped we walked past the bank there is a Mexican soldier holding a massive gone why was he there we got a shoot down all of the bank robbers who were gonna like in nineteen twenties silent movies hop out of cars with suicide doors and running with masks over their face now this doesn't happen with great regularity it's used as a deterrent to fact a school resource officer is there in part as a deterrent in large part as a deterrent the success of beeping beeping up school security was illustrated yesterday the fact that school security can be on the scene the fact that someone armed and trained to take out a threat and protect others is a massive massive win and it's remarkable to me that this was ever really debated import of air to that bank realized that it was a target for people to come and robin what it do it put a big old deterrent effect with a gun outside of it we know here in the United States we have a problem with people targeting schools and I'll get to why coming up in the next segment to couple years old but an article from The Washington Post inside the mind of a school shooter illustrates exactly why we have this problem and the problem of copy cats has been illustrated today Germantown high school graft in high school Waukesha north high school yesterday all threats now Germantown and graft in those appear to be I want to call them jokes because there's nothing funny and I don't want to minimize these sorts of threats at all but they weren't credible they were made ha ha wouldn't it be something if this happened at our school just like what happened at Waukesha south kids are stupid but they're also incredibly impressionable and when they get the impressions from other school.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Affair on snapchat instagram facebook up all these social media sources where your face has other than you know receive our services it back to the interview in just a moment but first I'd like to share a little bit about the prosperity breakthrough system this is a program created.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"King hall the yield on the ten year treasury note drop lower than the yield on the two year note and at that signal just a warning signal to Wall Street about the potential for a recession one of the hundreds if not thousands of lawsuits expected in New York today against alleged child sex abusers has already been filed against the estate of the late Jeffrey abstain a new state law went into effect over night giving claimants a one year window in cases where the statute of limitations has expired Maisie Hamilton founded the advocacy group child USA hands the power to the victims the average age according to the best science of a victim coming forward about child sex abuse is age fifty two attack trump administration official says the lady in New York harbor is not a beacon for all immigrants as he announced a rule rejecting immigrants likely to rely on benefits Ken Cuccinelli was asked whether America still stands by the sentiment give me your tired your poor I do not think by any means we're ready to take anything off the statue of liberty but the top official responsible for granting green card to struggle to explain whether the country still believes in Emma Lazarus his words Gucci Nelly told CNN that poem was referring back to people coming from Europe where they had class based societies Democrat battle Rourke calls that an admission of a belief the statue of liberty only applies to white people Stephen port no I CBS news Washington there's a new push by progressives to get people to sign up to vote life to CBS's Vicki Barker a ten million dollar voter registration drive reaching out to young people and minorities in key southern state using peer pressure on Snapchat Instagram and other digital platforms we're such potential voters spent so much time political analyst Larry Sabato use here pressure and using the social media tools that young people are so familiar with this will be an interesting experiment can that were told to get a hundred thousand new young and minority voters registered by twenty twenty Deborah but guys who've gone pro se it proudly.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But when I spoke with New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose when it comes to politics campaigns are still struggling to figure out how to leverage this technology right now in the US if you just look at all advertising everyone that advertises it's about fifty four cents out of every dollar that is spent on advertising is spent online, and in politics that's much, much lower just how much. So for every dollar a campaign spends about three to five cents go to digital media. That's it. Some of them say, we don't know if digital ads work as effectively as TV your direct mail heads. But a lot of them will say, yeah, we should be spending a lot more. And the reason that we're not is because the consultants that run these advertising campaigns they're still sort of coming from this world where TV and direct mail where the way that you reach people, and some of them actually get paid based on the amount of TV advertising that they place. There's an incentive there to lean heavily into older forms of media. But I think that's starting to change. I think that Democrats, especially saw what happened in two thousand sixteen with the Trump campaign running tons, and tons of Facebook ads and are sort of starting to catch up. The other thing I hear from campaigns about why not digital or why not more in digital. It's really hard to track. You don't know necessarily, if your ads have been run or who seeing them are these bots, are these real people there seems like sort of a wild west piece. I think the measurement piece of it. I find interesting because I think there's an argument to be made that you can actually track the effectiveness of digital ads much more so than a TV or direct mail ads. I mean, if you send someone a flyer in the mail, you don't know whether they opened it and looked at it and studied it or whether they tossed it immediately in the trash can, so at least on Facebook and Google, and platforms like that. You can see how many people clicked how many people, you know, gave their Email addresses, how many people donated, and that's a powerful form of measurement that I think, makes the case for more digital advertising, and it's not a challenge to for Democrats who are counting on young. Voters that on the one hand, this is a very digital generation, and they're used to getting information, digitally and yet at the same time they are more sort of, I don't know if it's the word cynical or they're just sort of used to seeing these things, so that they're not quite as affective, right? They don't breakthrough in the same way. Right. I think that's certainly true of some types of conventional campaign ads. I think younger people are, are less likely to watch, you know, produced thirty second video ad that looks like it belongs on TV, but they do respond to sort of authentic organic content on the social platform, so Alexandria, Cossio, Cortez is a great example of someone who she runs ads on social media, but a lot of what she does. He's not advertising. It's, it's just posting from her accounts and portraying her herself in her life, and her work in a way that people can relate to. And that's I think that's sort of. more of how you reach younger voters this cycle a they're they're probably not on facebook they're probably on instagram or stem chanter somewhere else but be that the actual type of content needs to change do you feel as you were covering this that you have a handle on how campaigns are using the digital space to talk to voters i usually try to spend time at least once a week going through this sort of archive of facebook ads and trying to just to see what the candidates are up to see what kinds of messages they're putting up the problem is that they're trying so many different messages i mean the trump campaign has has tested out millions of facebook ads and sometimes they might only be one pixel different but they're testing to see what works the best so it's really hard to go through even small fraction of the ads that are going on facebook or on google you know you're drinking from a fire hose right this isn't like the old days Where, you know, you knew which TV ads went up and you could see those and everybody in the media market. You're in was getting the exact same ad now. The person sitting next to you on the bus, maybe getting a very different ad from the same candidate as you are. Exactly. And these these campaigns are getting savvier about micro targeting showing different kinds of ads two different voters so that, you know, an elderly male voter will see a very different set of ads on, on his Facebook feed than a younger female, voter might. And then let's look ahead to twenty twenty. I remember in two thousand and eight th the big tech innovation in that election was that the Obama campaign sent out text messages about who the p pick would be. And then in two thousand twelve it was Facebook. That was the breakthrough technology. And then we went into Snapchat Instagram in two thousand sixteen and twenty twenty is there a new app or digital venue, that you see in twenty twenty that that's going to be like, sort of redefining digital in this election. I think there's a lot of interesting political advertising potential on YouTube. I think that's a an area that campaigns are starting to explore. I've certainly seen a number of campaign ads already on, on YouTube the cycle. And then I think this peer to peer texting phenomenon is going to continue to grow. I think that's going to be a central piece of these. Campaigns, especially in, in sort of their mobilization phase, whether or not just raising money or getting Email addresses. But when they're trying to actually get people out to events, actually get people out to the polls. I think you'll start seeing a lot more of that happily your unhappily, a lot of people are sort of bristling at the number of text messages that they're getting from candidates. So I hope the for their sake that they'll take it easy on the number Kevin Roose. Thank you so much for helping us walk through and understand all of this. Great. Thank you for having me. Kevin Roose is a tech columnist for business day at the New York Times more on digital advertising next and later my conversation with presidential candidate Michael Bennett. We've been basically tyrannize realis- ten years by the so-called freedom caucus, they have mobilized our government. And now they've installed a president that they could never have imagined that they would have that's coming up a little later. And remember, all of our twenty twenty candidate conversations are up.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Up to date on tech news, that's important to you. Or do you want to learn some more life hacks? You just want to live better, digital lifestyle, Senate for my free newsletter is right now over at commando dot com. There's a button at the top. It's a blue VAR and says, free newsletters yes, that's where you click. Give us your Email address pick the newsletters that you want. And then you got it right. Let's go ahead. And do our weekly DIY security tip. We always put one of these together for you so that this way you are up to date this week. It's not about you. It's all about the kiddos. Well, it is a little bit about you, especially if you have kids in your family, you know, how annoying can be when you say put the screen down, and they say, oh, just five minutes, just five more minutes, many years ago, I put together a tech safety contract for kids over the past couple of weeks in the middle of doing everything else, I actually updated. It's a screen time agreement for cell phones and other devices because there's no shortage of options out there from smartphone. Computers, too smart, TV's gaming systems got smartwatch is you've got media sites. Snapchat Instagram, tick tock was that and kids, especially teens are glued to their phone screen by thumb, typing out of mind boggling speed. So my whole idea behind this contract. Is it becomes a way for you to start talking to your kids about what's appropriate and what's not appropriate? So if you have a child in your family, maybe it's your grandchild named your child. If you're on Facebook or is to grand pinchers. This is something that you want to share because it's going to keep some peace in the family. I guarantee it. Well, because in the beginning, we start out by setting the parameters that having a digital connection, any device is not a right of passage. It's actually a privilege. If the child does not keep their terms of the bargain the parent can take it away, and the child has to sign to that, also when is using a device acceptable is it? Okay. We're having one on one conversations when we're talking when we're walking. We're driving. What's the deal? What about photos? What should they do if they see somebody sexting online? What should they do somebody's being bullied or they're getting bullied? What should they do if somebody threatens suicide, what if they feel after looking at something online that they would like to commit suicide, you see them talking about these are major life issues that you need to discuss with your kids? Eighty need to do it sooner than later. So how old should the child be when they start looking at this contract? Give them a phone. They're old enough to sign a contract, as a free download you can find it right now over at commanded dot com. Just hit the website, KOA, Indio dot com and hit that show picks Biden. Letter from our listener mail are Chromebooks really virus that answer still to come.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"But just know that you're Nike and get all the benefits of five g connection you're gonna still be on, on four G or Ford yell, t I mean, whichever whatever service that you get, but most people when they have access to five G that's when they sit back and they go that was really fast. I'm not waiting for anything anymore. But upgrading smartphones especially now seems to be just a fact of life, every twelve to eighteen months there's going to be some newer, better flashier. I don't wanna say cheaper because they just seem to give. Be getting more and more expensive new iphone and it's going to be calling your name. Hey. Haley, come by me, combine me, and then all of a sudden you relate. Okay. I don't want this iphone anymore. I'm going to get the new one. It just happens. Hailey, thank you so much for your call. If you ever want to get up to date on tech news, that's important. You want to learn somewhere life hacks, you just wanna live a better digital lifestyle. Sign up for my free newsletter is right now over at commando dot com. There's a button at the top. It's a blue bar and says, free newsletters, yes, that's where you click. Give us your Email address pick the newsletters that you want. And then you got it. All right. Let's go ahead. And do our weekly DIY security tip. We always put one of these together for you so that this way you are up to date this week. It's not about you. It's all about the kiddos. Well, it is a little bit about you, especially if you have kids in your family, you know, how annoying can be when you say put the screen down, and they say, oh, just five more minutes, just five more minutes, many years ago, I put together a tech safety contract for kids over the past couple of weeks in the middle of doing. And everything else I actually updated. It's a screen time agreement for cell phones, and other devices because there's no shortage of options out there from smartphones to computers, too smart TV's gaming systems. You got smartwatch is you've got media sites. Snapchat Instagram, tick tock. What's that and kids, especially teens are glued to their phone screen by thumb, typing at a mind boggling speed? So my whole idea behind this contract. Is it becomes a way for you to start talking to your kids about what's appropriate and what's not appropriate? So if you have a child in your family, maybe it's your grandchild. Maybe your child, if you're on Facebook or Instagram Pinterest, this is something that you wanna share because it's going to keep some peace in the family. I guarantee it well because in the beginning, we start out by setting the parameters that having a digital connection, any device is not a right of passage. It's actually a privilege. And if the child does not keep their terms of the bargain. The parent can take it away and the child has to sign to that, also when is using a device acceptable, is it, okay? When we're having one on one conversations when we're talking when we're walking when we're driving. What's the deal, but about photos, what should they do if they see somebody sexting online? What should they do if somebody's being bullied or they're getting bullied? What should they do if somebody threatens suicide, what if they feel after looking at something online that they would like to commit suicide you see what I'm talking about. These are major life issues that you need to discuss with your kids, and you need to do it sooner than later. So how old should the child be when they start looking at this contract, a few give them a phone? They're old enough to sign the contract, as a free download you can find it right now over at commanded dot com. Just at the website, KOMAL, Indio dot com and hit that show. Pigs button..
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Now that means you can order from any of them without having to download an additional app or hitting up their website. You'll notice there's a new online order button that will appear when you search for a supported restaurant you have been waiting for this feature for a long time. Now, if you just go and Google search Google is now providing a way to actually have that food delivered straight to you. Hey SpaceX is now rejoicing this morning following a very successful launch of his heaviest payload ever containing the sixty Starlink satellites. Two one here. Doc. It's science is what it is. There's just the beginning of the private space companies, they plan to put nearly twelve thousand of their Starling satellites into orbit. Yeah. Twelve thousand is what I said SpaceX says they are planning on using revenue from its internet services to fund more ambitious projects, including sending humans tomorrow. Which you ever go? I don't know. I mean what you like up there. I mean, they got good parking up there. What's the deal? What's the weather like there's no way? No, no way is space x musk or the other guy. That's that's that's long. Okay. Part of that. All right. Who's the other guy, you think it'd be the two the two masterminds of planet earth, the to Dr evil the to the to the running the show planet? Listen, there's a new survey that shed some lights on the most social most used social media platforms as survey conducted by Pew Research, Center, suggest Facebook and YouTube remained. The most used platforms among US adults seventy three percent of respondents say they check YouTube daily with sixty nine percent admitting to doing the same on Facebook among teenagers YouTube said to be still in the lead followed by Instagram and Snapchat Instagram, Snapchat, especially popular among those ages eighteen to twenty four the rate of Americans joining social media sites seems to be slowing though, with shares of adults who say the use these platforms largely the same since twenty sixteen. Kristin Goodwin, Fox News, go just like that. Of new app out there. I think it's called tree. My kids are trying to get me to download it. But is it it's basically an app that keeps you open it as you sit down for dinner and then you, you turn your phone face-down. Yes. And it's a little little, it's a little tree that grows the longer that you don't touch your phone and the goal is by the dinner, you have a full size. Oak tree on this app. That's it's, it's a way to keep kids or adults to stop touching their phone during dinner. How old are your children? Twenty three and eighteen my kids are saying that I need to down keep me to keep my hands off my phone at dinner. Those are all I am a fourteen year old cheerleader at a high school man, when it comes to cell phones, and social media. The instagram. All the pictures Mahfoud everything, man. You do not. I am now. No, no, I'm Kardashian. Man, I am a Jeffrey.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You kids today. We might even have to drag our of. Our producer Stevie Z, because he's practically an infant helpless, understand some of this. But the generation today, the teens today, we're finding out an increasing number of them are having relationships committed, what they would call romantic relationships. But Pamela, here's the catch. They've never actually met in person in the friend. I mean it's like a pen, pal. I mean. I'm missing something here lately. But wait, can I point out, this doesn't sound fun? I'm gonna throw that right now. By the way, you're missing out hate to break it to you, your friends is what you are. But it's happening this long distance only relationships since only now I mean Chris, my husband and I had a long distance relationship for a while. But we began dating you knew each other. Arizona's defame moved to old school people in Wisconsin so came to visit like we saw each other here. But I offer you this Nicole when she was sixteen she met her first series boyfriend further. I n last time after they'd broken up twenty minutes. Okay. They hugged once there was a hug, and it only happened because that day they just happen to find themselves in the same state accident. We showed up his whole online relationships. I mean you think about when you were a teenager. I mean you go back to that point in time, I didn't have online relationship teenage because it didn't even exist. Shin for you. But I mean you fall hard you fall fast becomes intense and that connection that's being made online through gosh, a whole host of platforms. I'm not just talking about, you know, your typical Snapchat Instagram, so on so forth, you can have anything turn into like a chat room fortnight for goodness sakes. Ooh. Meet people in a write in a setting like that. Okay. There was a another example, here of a couple. They struck up a conversation in a YouTube chat thread. They found out that they had a lot of the same interests tastes. But they say it's so hard to find somebody that you can relate to it your own high school nowadays or even in your own hometown. So they met on this chat thread. They talked for about eight months before they declared themselves. Boyfriend girlfriend, even though it had yet to me at nineteen she told her parents, she was in love. She was getting on a plane to meet a boyfriend. They didn't even know existed. Yeah. So, so, okay. Are you familiar with cat fishing? Yeah. So if you're not like they did a TV show about cat fishing, is when you pretend to be somebody online and, and spark up. This type of a relationship, and you are lying about who you are from your gender to your age to whatever. Okay. But you're, you're making up a fate care. Looks persona. Thank you very much. You sent him a fake pictures. You're making a fake persona in order to have this kind of relationship with it. This is like just one cat fishing in a certain sense. Whether you're making up the persona or not, you never have any intention of meeting this other person. Well, I mean, sometimes you do have an intention takes maybe upwards of a year and somebody getting on a plane to do so. Not you called friends again. But here's the other thing. You got some folks in this article which I find fascinating. They said they were afraid to meet, not because of catfish ING, okay? Not because of anything other than the expectation that eventually physical encounter can become so great that we feared that our first in person meeting would be disappointment. Set.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To push rain oil imports two zero make light a fire under crude oil markets. We'll have to see what. If they don't kick in with extra crude oil. It could be a very long summer closes says we could see prices above the three dollar marketing jersey this month. There's more on the story at nj one five dot com and ocean county Mann's accused of trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a fourteen year old girl he met online twenty nine year old Kevin van pelt of Lakehurst arrested Wednesday, wrapping up a two month investigation that also involve all which township police he's charged with lowering endangering the welfare of a child and criminal attempted sexual assault. Last resort rescue is hoping a reward will lead to information to whoever drowned a ten week old golden retriever puppy in west Milford. The dog found that a metal crate along with a crystal vase that was wrapped in a plastic bag resort. President. Nancy Warner says she's seen a lot of animal abuse cases in her twenty years of doing rescue work. I really thought I was to appoint where nothing would surprise me. But this this is just unfathomable just can't imagine what would possess a person to do something like this. There's a link to donate to the reward on the rescues Facebook page, the increasing challenges posed by the New York areas aging rail infrastructure are coming into sharp focus as commuters. Learn about summer scheduled disruptions due to track repairs. The news comes as the house transportation committee delegation prepares to tour Penn station and nearby tracks Thursday and Friday the second time in three years the replacement of quick at the country's busiest station promises the cause delays during peak. Periods of thousands of. Of Ryder's a- Lakehurst man, allegedly used Snapchat Instagram to communicate with a fourteen year old girl, so he could have sex with her twenty nine year old Kevin van pelt, charged with endangering the welfare of a child van pelt, a part time employees in the high school sports department of nj advanced media was arrested as at his home and sent to the Salem county jail. More spritz spritz are complete forecast. That's coming up to jersey fast traffic in one minute. Jersey radio. Listen to New Jersey one oh one point five..
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on 600 WREC
"We got it, right? Dateline, texas. Okay. This this poor. Joe, I'm not naming this woman, you know, whatever. Although she was well anyway. This is what I call dramatic irony. She this woman had laryngitis. Okay. She went down to the WalMart and decided to get some. I don't know what you take for that. You're sore throat medicine or something like that. Throat lozenges or something while she was there. She decided to stroll around the garden center at their you know, they have that separate area there fenced in and it's outdoors. But while she was wearing a green sweater, which is relevant trust me. And she she lost track of time. She wondered where all the customers were and she turned around and notice that there was nobody else there. They have locked her in the garden center. Apparently, they keep different hours. Is she was convinced that maybe the green sweater made her blend in the plant, and nobody noticed that she was in there. And of course, she's you know, what she was asking people questions either. You know, what else he wasn't doing? She wasn't able to scream for help because she had laryngitis. So she was so she was in a dilemma she was trying to call out for help. She was banging on the door. Nobody noticed her. You know, I don't know what's wrong with our fellow man, you'd think somebody would have come over and seeing her. So then she you know, she did what I would have done. She pulled out her phone and and called the store, you know, it self while she got put on hold. She got transferred. Through the computer system, and then it just kicked her out. And she never got anybody on the phone. Finally, she called nine one one and the about an hour later rescue. You know, they got her out of there and WalMart gave her a free gift card for trouble. But but Allen, I gotta give her I gotta salute or on this. And I'm looking at you again with an accusing stare she recorded the whole thing. Shame was even she did what does that stuff called not Snapchat Instagram, or so she was running that video the whole way through the crisis, in know, she's probably internet celebrity now. So, but you know, she is not a spokesperson for Beijinger retail chain. No. But you know, it just just interesting. You never know what life Senator at just. So, you know, you go to the store to pick up some cough medicine, and our later, you are an internet sensation. Wow. Just walking up hitting that door have thing. Not open. Yeah. Heart has just gotta go. That one time. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want to belabor the point. But there was this really stupid movie back in the nineteen seventies. And I don't know I don't know the name of it. But it was this guy that got locked in a shopping mall, and this particular mall the for security, they let Doberman Pinscher. It never came to that. But he had to have like a bow and arrow, and he was fighting off and it was tooth and nail. And you know, it seemed to me could've just gone into one of the stores and picked up a phone and call. I think it was actually an attempted murder. Okay. And left him in the mall to get eaten by the dog. All the more reason. Whatever it never I recall the movie, sadly. Yeah. Don't don't waste your time. Finding folks it was not it was not a great movie. But anyway. Well, we may not be able to help you if you get trapped into in a big.
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Way to really let your personality be forward without over sharing too much of your life in a way. Thank you. And I think it's really because we follow a lot of models and different people like that who somehow give me more details of their life. But show me way, less of their personality. You know what I mean? And I feel like you're striking really hard palates to achieve and you're doing lawlessly. What is your? Helps with your fear. I have no I I feel like I just I kinda stopped carrying the stories like number one Snapchat Instagram trying to all use the Snapchat for the stupid shit. Be more professional. I can't do both. Yeah. So I just feel like I don't I just not that serious. I've not just like, you know, I'm just making a duck face. Hear the duck. You've made that noise. Someone's like. Yeah. Yes. Just a little apart. Little bit of. Really? That's how you mono, right? Yeah. I'm willing would just have you unpleasant member? Yeah. I think it's really interesting because you post, you know, a lot of professional photos in the profile within your stores. I feel like I'm like, check checkout. If you want while Natalie check out the storm's professional neck. I just want to have. I don't care if I look stupid. You know what I mean? Like, I think it's just kind of fun. Will you know, look stupid super fucking? She does this thing guys that she just like a super zoom on her nose..
"snapchat instagram" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"These in the hospital also found waterborne mold behind a sequel and noted the trace levels of gases were Sivo fluorine and nitrous oxide. Now, we use those kind of routinely and surgical procedures. And levels were significantly below the National Institute for occupational safety and health exposure limit. So they take an amount that pose no risk to patient staffer visitors. But they still had to get this checked out. They don't think there's any leaks, but they say something affected, nurses, said the mold caused them to become ill. Now, what will you feel if you get supposed to mold? Well, dizzy sore throat. In total fifty three employees have reported symptoms attributed to these conditions, and they say one nurse. Sixty five years old, Robin Jacobs said every time I I've been there six times since the started. I get sick. She says I get headaches my glands swell sore throat, scratchy throat, lose my voice, I did this on my chest, like an allergic reaction. She said on nine eleven they said the levels are safe and let the what happened I won't go to work anymore until this is cleared up. So I guess the issue with the mold and anaesthetic gases began in September after staff claimed they smelled a chemical odor in the nursery. Now, it has been moved to a different location the hospital. And so now, they're doing environmental tests and all that. But that's just one of those things. That's the big cluster doesn't make sense. All right. Dr. Where's my story? There we go. All right. No come on. Here. We go half the people who think they have a food allergy do not according to a study. US study find some people needlessly avoid foods, and then others do not have the life saving medication which is expensive sec. Visit a number of adults who think they have a food allergy is almost double the figure will actually have one. The study was threat to the US many people with an allergy don't even that actually have an allergy don't have an epi pen. What you should have. Because if you are emerging to peanuts or shrimp, and you're going to NFL axis where you can't breathe that epinephrine helps dilate the bronchials and allows you to breathe. You need to be pen. The study suggests that eleven percent of adults in the US. So ten percent of us actually have a food allergy acquainting more than twenty six million. Twelve million are estimated to have developed it by don't. So you could get it as a kid, but you can also get an allergy as an adult. They say this is really concerning because chances are they could eat the food. And then all of a sudden have reacted to it that they could previously tolerated. We talked to you guys about that. You know, like, I said with feces your very first Basting doesn't kill you. It's your subsequent ones that can. Because now you've developed antibodies and immune response. They say some of these foods, you know, that they were probably able to eat previously because they were common foods like shellfish peanuts. Etc. So getting lack a professor of pediatric allergy King's College London. He was on the research, but said the growing problem food allergies at adults might be linked to the dramatic rise in children over the past twenty years now that we're seeing more kids allergic, we're probably seeing the same sort of mechanism caused parents to be allergic as well. So I. How many people actually have these certain allergies? Well, they say a shellfish allergy affects two point nine percent of adults that was kind of the most common one, then milk and peanuts affected one point nine percent and one point eight percent respectively. So peanut allergy came in third. But they say ten twenty percents of participants were deemed to have at least one convincing food allergy twice as many the reported. They had a problem. And I hear that a lot I'm allergic today as rhyme allergic to this. And you know, but then again, I would rather you be cautious. But then we also talked about food intolerances. You know, I can't eat onions anymore. I used to be able to I told you guys about that. I can have raw onions on my pizza raw onions on my burgers. I loved onions I still do. And then I got to medical school and all of a sudden, I look nine months pregnant, and I wasn't sex. I'm telling you right now wasn't that? So I go to the doctors nobody could figure out what's going on. And one of my professors said go take Sabino, maybe it's something you're eating and you're having a food allergy to our food intolerant. To and I did a elimination diet, and I stopped everything. And then I solely introduced things found out that when I eat onions, I would within hours blow up and gift loaded. But I was like how the hell did this happen? I've eaten onions my whole life. Why now well, it's because all of a sudden, I just didn't produce the enzyme that broken down beano helps with that solve that problem. But your body's change all of a sudden, your body will do just blood pressure. Patients. Go look, my blood pressure was low my whole life. There's no way I could have high blood pressure. Now, something changed. Yes. And sometimes it happens like a light switch same thing with blood sugar. He'll have people that'll I'll diagnose diabetes, and they'll be like, none. I used to have low blood sugar. There's no way I could have high bowl sometimes ten fifteen years before you get diabetes. You start having hypoglycemia because of your insulin your body decides to just do things differently. I mean, look at these kids these kids could he cotton candy. You know, candy corn peanut butter jelly sandwiches. Chocolate milk. Many of them. Nothing happens you, and I do it. Oh my gosh. Your sugars and cholesterol would be through the roof. Things change saved with food allergies. So just because you could tolerate something has doesn't mean you can tolerate now. One eight seven seven valley, one eight seven seven zero C A L, I saw they're talking about depression and social media. This is something that keeps coming up, and they found a link between social media depression, stronger, a teenage girls, then boys. Now social media has now just the thing. I mean, these kids Snapchat, Instagram, the kids don't seem to Facebook and Twitter tweet as much as they Snapchat Instagram wants us parents got on Facebook and Twitter the kids started to leave. They kind of do their own thing, Snapchat, you take a picture like it'll disappear pretty quickly. And they're saying that there's a connection between social media use and depression in fourteen year olds worse in girls and boys and alarming difference. Yvonne, kelly. She's the primary author of the study professor of epidemiology of public health at University College London among teens who use social media the most more than five hours a day. The study showed a fifty percent increase in depressive symptoms among girls versus thirty five percent among boys when their symptoms were compared with those who you social media for one to three hours a day. More among girls. Why walls because you know, you're looking at your friend who you know, does a a picture of herself making yourself, look good. You see what other people are doing? You get unhappy. You see your friends with their boyfriends have you'll have a boyfriend. There's a whole variety of things there's also cyberbullying. You're not getting good sleep. My phone was just my phone's been kind of I have a lot of students that they've been texting me reaching out to me for a whole variety of things a lot going on. And so my phone is like always buzzing throughout the night. I'm not sleeping. I gotta get rid of the phone. But that's my arm clock. I know I got to fix it. But you know, our teenagers. Our teenagers. Maybe more prone to suicide and depression, then you think. And so I would suggest that you. Start to this whole idea of letting our kids have their privacy. I think these are stuck out the window. And and I know my kids would hate me for saying this. But I talk to you guys about certain things that kids do on online things they say. And so when they do when they use certain emojis, where they used certain acronyms, etc. They end up giving us clues that.
News is a hard business. Now add millennials and Facebook. Yikes?
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Earlier this month Twitter put out a list of the top ten. Most tweeted about news organizations only one outlet on the list is what's called digital. I all online without the TV or print baggage. It's now this news a media company that delivers news to millennials using mostly video across all kinds of platforms, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram YouTube, it's as it gets two point six billion video views each month and reaches seventy percent of millennials at any given time, but lots of digital media companies, especially the ones aimed at millennials had layoffs or closed in two thousand eighteen and publishers found that relying on Facebook or even Google for views could be risky Teaneck sorrows is chief content officer at now this I spoke with her at fortunes most powerful women next-gen conference, and I asked her if it's scary to be at the mercy of an algorithm, it's really really challenging for any publisher. But I think for news. In particular, where this is maybe not what you expect that a young person goes to Snapchat. I four, but increasingly it is where they're getting their news. So just really being incredibly nimble and adaptable to just the changing tides of each of these platforms is the only way to succeed, and you can be pretty nimble. But you still don't know what they're going to do or or frankly, whether your audience is going to abandon them. Yeah. Well, I think first and foremost, and and this is I think the privilege or the the beauty of being a little bit more kind of building from the startup space is if you build it, and they come then you have to believe that the business model will follow. So we spent a large portion of the first few years of our lives that now this just creating great content that built huge scale. So make sure that you have a loyal audience that is following you and engaging with you every day and work closely with each of these platforms to develop diverse revenue streams and. Now thinking about what our content might look like off of these socially distributed platforms. And are you are you venture funded? Now, we were and now we have a great investment from discovery communications that happened about two years ago, and we merged together with three other brands, and we formed what's called group nine. So now, this is part of group nine which also includes the dodo thriller and seeker, which is a science brand that discovery launched a few years back. How has if at all this kind of tech lash, right? This sort of even just suspicion of some of these platforms in general, how does that change the way that you approach those partners from a distribution and kind of like user trust perspective. So while certainly there's I think a lot of hand wringing right now around in what's going on different platforms. Nothing's going away. They're still the huge huge majority of our country and people around the world are getting their news off. Of these platforms. So I think what we can do as a publisher is the best job we possibly can and to tell the truth. And to fact, check what we're doing. And that's what we're doing. Every day. Teaneck our hosts is chief content officer. And now this media. And now for some related links to be fair. It is still a very open question. How digital media companies can make money going forward group nine media that parent company of now this last week launched a new studio for creating branded content called brand shop, that's one way. The economist has a story this week on vice media, the other may be former darling of millennial news, or as I like to call it news for cool people vices big challenge headed into twenty nineteen is how to get advertising when all the money currently goes to Facebook and Google the article in the economist notes that Bice BuzzFeed and vox media combined the big three in all digital news n-nor taint get less than one percent of the internet ad market in the United States that economists story by the way is behind to pay well because well like I said tough business. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. You know, firsthand how important marketplaces to your life, bringing depth and context issues that matter to you and your family as a nonprofit organization, we depend on individuals. Like you to help us provide trustworthy, news that adds value to your life. 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Kids Talk Tech - Facebook, parents and Umizoomis
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Is Jefferson Graham with USA back with another edition of kids? Talking tech. It's always fun to listen to young ones and get their take on Facebook privacy. And the other tech issues of the day. We opened our session with the kids by asking about Facebook. Facebook has been so much in the news this year. I wanted to know who uses Facebook. The old. I mean like on ener us, you're really young. But like other old people now, I have no one of my friends have like Instagram, but I have no clue any of my friends that use Facebook by like Snapchat, where all on Twitter, but mostly Snapchat Instagram, but they never use Facebook. No, ignore the skip over that John of social media like oh, Instagram Snapchat, skip over Facebook. And they kind of just go on so. Clone. Those everywhere you go you're being tracked everywhere adverse, maybe that's kind of sketchy for setting where you can turn it off a feel like it's always watching you like as Dr zone just staring at me while I'm on your thank you wanna making weird faces. One thing is weird that they have screen recording. Now. So it watches everything he deal on screen like if you wanted to use I like that idea once these kids started talking about using Instagram and Google, and Snapchat and all sorts of other apps where you have to be thirteen. We brought up that rule. They were a little surprised. I think a lot of people follow that rule though. Because he'd like when you go onto the YouTube website. They don't say anything about that. I don't think oh, maybe the terms and agreements, but I never read the. Never to kiss. My cousin. Does not even my cousin does. But it's all like only Julie's in. It's all like Shaath kipnes. Yeah. It was like a openings feeling feeling like they they feel like kids under thirteen all watching measly, but I stopped watching that when I'm don't. No. I don't know. What that is. No. I like, I know my mom might have it and my nanny probably has it uses that Chris. Messages already. Yeah. To get all of my friends to use. That is big a me. Like message is for like. Say devolved, whatever. Oh, my. So my mom is on her phone twenty four seven she's on it so much that. That she doesn't even want me looking at her activity trying to appoint yet. It's going to point where it's scary. Wait until I try they don't let us. Grip. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. You have been listening to talking tech the kids edition on tomorrow's episode. The parents addition the same parents of these kids are willing to speak out pretty forcefully on how they're dealing with raising kids in a social media world. Please don't forget to listen, please subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. Please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for. Pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Are your kids at a house party? No, not the scary kind
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Mozilla makers of the brand new fire FOX monitor a free service to help you stay safe from Akers. You'll get a full report if you have compromised accounts and notifications if you appear in new data breaches, take care at monitor fire, FOX dot com and by wizard pins dot com. Create custom pins for any occasion, wizard pins can work with all types of designs from hand-drawn sketches to professional design files to create custom pins of any size or shape. It's perfect for small brands to large businesses and everyone in between had wizard pins dot com and enter code tech to get twenty percent off your first order. Are your kids at a house party? No, no, not the scary kind the video app from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. The number of teenagers using Facebook that's been on the decline for years. They've migrated to Snapchat Instagram and about twenty million of them are over on house party a live video app where people drop in on each other and chat or leave video messages, and they can hang out with up to eight people at a time. I know the name house party sounds like kids doing I don't even want to know what on video, but actually co founder and chief operating officers Seamus Donnie, told me she wants house party to be for real personal, connections, and empathy literally no filters, you friend, a group of people ahead of time. And when you open the app, it actually notifies them that you're there, and you're ready to have a conversation. And so it sort of takes the emotional hurdles out of actually video chatting with somebody. Why video there obviously, inherent risks and interacting live on video. Not to mention, you know, just. Bandwith and appearance issues. You know, talk to us about the value of video as a communication tool. That's at the heart of the empathy and how we do that you say appearance like I want people to be proud of. You know, I woke up this way. Right. And if the tool is just about you, and the people you care about you shouldn't need filters. Right. You shouldn't be trying to project yourself as content. You should just be there to have like affirmation from a qualitative perspective, not validation by numbers. And I really hope that like we have a generation grows up knowing the right reaction to sadness, not just the right emoji. So talk to me about how that's reflected in the product design. Like, I assume that you're getting rid of things like likes and little hearts that pop up the screen and things that feel sort of addictive and engaging as opposed to. Antic? Well, we're not getting rid of it. We just never even built it. There's no feed it's been built by designed to promote the human connection and just showing up. We just want it to be as easy as showing up and being able to connect with people you care about. And I I see that with my kids. You are daily habit is during dinnertime, so my family's in Alabama. My husband's family's in Virginia. My best friends are in Chicago. And we'll just open it up. And it's whoever's there, but it's a predetermined group of people that I've decided that I fronted and my son now has like a very meaningful. My daughter have a very meaningful online relationship with these people. And that's not something you can do a synchronised Li it's not something that you can do in a news feed. And I'm not saying that those things shouldn't exist. There's world for them. I just think that we can all do a better job of time. Well, spent that see MRs Donnie co founder and chief operating officer at house party as. As for how you make money off empathetic and real interactions. Sustained said, the company will have monetization news in January. We spoke at fortune's most powerful women next-gen conference last week in southern California tomorrow and Wednesday. We'll talk with more powerful women from Amazon and millennial media powerhouse. Now. This. And now for some related links. Happy Monday, everyone, you might have noticed the press blitz. Bercy ES is starting that is of course, the big tech extravaganza in Las Vegas in early January. And if you're in the media, especially whether you've registered or not you're getting emails, and it's kind of my favorite time of year because you find out fast who in the tech world is going to see us and who would like to get off this PR roller coaster will remiss at slate has changed. His Twitter handle too will remiss is not going to see. Yes. Rachel king. From fortune tweeted an all caps flee for peace. She's not going either a quick search of not going to see us on Twitter. Turns up some hilarious results. One enterprising PR person. Even created a spreadsheet of tech turn lists who aren't going in hopes that they will be removed from the press emails as for me. I'm going Email your little hearts out. I already set up my outlook filter. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. Don't miss out on this chance to make your donation. Go twice as far give today a marketplace dot org, and thanks this. 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