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Fresh update on "social media" discussed on Chris Krok
"Not know this is gonna take over the show tonight, but it has and for rightful reasons, a county that we never thought we'd see black lives matter be able to take over is allowing itself to be taken over tonight on the crisscross show. At Chris Craft show C H R i s Caro cave and see all this kind of unfolding tonight. Um I'm now applying pressure on. Um, our attorney General Kim packs and who is Exposing this, but not Going after Palin County, Um Judge Chris Hill and Con County Sheriff Jim Skinner. Since listeners tonight are calling in from Alan and stories we're seeing tonight are in Plano and Frisco listeners calling in from the area there tonight. We need you to call in and show what you're seeing or you know 800 to 88 w B a P 800 to 889227. I got people sending lots of information on social media. I can't keep up with that. I'm on the air. I can't do that tonight so Share with what you got on the air. It's just too hard for me to try toe. Dig into everything I get which I appreciate, but on social media at Chris Crack Show the numbers 800 to 88 w B A P 800 to 889227 hour number three. Episode number 2216. What a wild night Um So here's the audio. If you're just joining us of intersection blocked it playing on Frisco intersection where they meet At Preston in 1 21. I believe Here is the audio that what.
Facebook Should Halt Instagram Youth, Attorneys General Say
"Zuckerberg, urging him to drop company plans for a version of Instagram for Children under the age of 13. The attorneys general say they're concerned about Social media's of facts on the physical and emotional well being of Children. That includes the potential for increased cyberbullying possible vulnerability to online predators and what they call Facebook's checkered record in protecting Children on its platforms, Facebook says in a statement. It's just exploring instagram for kids and would make every effort to protect Children and would not show advertising on such a platform to 52, the winner of the Google Doodle. Contest gets a big scholarship
Fresh update on "social media" discussed on Chris Krok
"Um Planet. Police say it is regrettable that so many people have falsely reported on this incident over social media. You freaking s O bees. I'm sorry, but I met you. You jerks. You literally are carrying water for BLM play all police. City of Plano. City of Alan and City of Frisco are carrying water for and defending BLM and the taxpaying people are other victims in this are being charged, and this is unfree King believable. Unbelievable. We're is count Count kind of Judge Chris Hill. Where is Count County Sheriff Jim Skinner. Why is our attorney general pointing this out statewide but not compaction lives and Collin County. Why is he not going after the officials in Collin County like Chris Hill? And, um, Sheriff Skinner. Is it because he's friends with them and doesn't want to go after his friends publicly? Why is Our attorney general publicly acknowledging this, but but not going after the city of plainclothes police chief The city of Planet was mayor of the city of Plain of the city of Dallas police chief that the mayor of Alan, the city manager of Alan and playing.
How AspireIQ Can Help Companies Through Influencer Marketing
"Talk a little bit about your platform more high level. I like what does the aspire iq platform do and the problems that you're now solving for owners. Yeah thanks for that. Happy to go through all of those things. Obviously it's a it's it's a challenging world out there for a lot of people trying to get started and influencer. Marketing is happy to go through a lot of my advice there but at a really high level spirit. He was a platform for brands to build. Engaged communities of influential people and that ranges from social media influencers to customers fans experts and more we are actually one of the first influence of platforms back when we started in two thousand thirteen. And now we're fortunate to have over four hundred brands clients from bigger names like walmart and samsung to e com leaders like purple glossy and hellofresh and actually in our last few years our focus has really been tightly on ecommerce. Where over thirty percent of our clients are on shop by ranging from billion dollar market leaders to five-person companies. You know for shop by really if you kinda summarize it down what we saw for you is building an in house influence a program that drives real are y. And that could mean anything from for. If you're a novice setting up the and organizing the initial program helping you source the first fifty influencers and tracking promo codes and affiliate links to generate the first sales or for advanced users it community something as robust as customizing a complete crm solution with integrated workflows across hundreds of influencers generating thousands of pieces of content. That optimize your whole stack. And if you've ever run an influencer campaign you'll know that it's really challenging and especially if you've all you've got spreadsheets and email so i think the three biggest problems we saw for our number one finding the right influences to create content for you number two managing the complex workflow between your brand hundreds or even thousands influencers in your community and number three analyzing their revenue in the are y that your program is driving which shoutouts shop affi- is easiest. He do using our shop. Fine aggression in ethic where we really made our bread and butter. Is that second one in building
Fresh "Social Media" from Chris Krok
"Device did not commit a criminal offense by doing so. They say? I don't I don't believe him, but Officers priorities. So wait a minute if you're legally blocking traffic. Pointing a weapon at somebody. Your victim. That's what the city of Plano Police. On, and mayor and county of Colin is saying. Reporting on here, it says the start, media says the officers priorities were to de escalate the situation and clear the roadway. The road it was clear the traffic was moving in approximately seven minutes after the first officer, right, look, it Seven minutes. Black lives matter is pulling weapons out is dressed in Kevlar and helmets is directing. Traffic is stopping. Traffic is commanding is working in conjunction with plan of police on the spot like that, ordering the man believed with alongside point of police Planet places out like Yes, you got my six to my back Bill. I'm in Plano police in conjunction blocking traffic illegally. Um Planet. Police say it is regrettable that so many people have falsely reported on this incident over social media. You freaking s O bees. I'm sorry, but I met you. You.
What is Comparisonitis? The Difference Between Healthy and Unhealthy Comparison
"Itis is when we compare ourselves to others and in talks unhealthy way and we make it means something about ourselves like. I'm good enough. I'm not smart enough. I am less than that other person. So that is comparison itis and a majority of people are suffering with it right now. There is healthy comparison and there is unhealthy comparison and a lot of us a suffering with the unhealthy comparison. So like with all of my books. I write them for myself. Because i'm dealing with that at that time in my life and comparison itis was something that i was definitely dealing with whilst i was riding i was suffering the worst of the worst case of comparison. Itis i was constantly comparing myself to others on social media in my friendship circle. All of these women who were getting pregnant around me quite quickly and it took my husband and i eighteen months so that was a huge eighteen month battle of severe comparison itis and i remember the one day i was scrolling instagram whilst i was on the toilet and as you do as you do i was. I came across this new york times. Bestselling author who had just ridden her hundredth book and Was again a new york times bestseller. And i found myself comparing myself to her. You know why why on my books new york times still is like. I'm not good enough. Maybe my writings notice good. What's going on. And i went into this really unhealthy toxic spiral of comparison itis and then i came back upstairs to my and i sat down on my computer and i got an email from this beautiful girl. Who was telling me that. She's writing her first book. And did i have any words of wisdom for her because she was comparing herself to me and she said you know. I'm comparing myself do you. You've written so many bestselling books. And i had this lightbulb moment. That here i was comparing myself to someone else whilst someone else was comparing themselves to me. It's like this vicious cycle. And i realized in that moment that we're all comparing ourselves to each
Fresh update on "social media" discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Jonathan Larson. Scammers will attempt to look legitimate. They have software that imitates phone numbers. They'll create realistic looking social media accounts and come up with convincing stories through text message to try to get your attention and hopefully let your guard down so this way they can steal information. That information is things like bank account numbers, Social Security numbers and other private data that can lead to identity theft. This time of year. The scammers are doing everything they can to claim your refund check. Work, coronavirus stimulus check. They know right now that people are suffering economically, so they're gonna include her own virus. Covert 19 stimulus, You know, in varying ways something to keep in mind, Though the iris will never call you. They say they won't text you or email you either. It's always just through the mail that they send official correspondence. I'm James for analysis. You won't find anywhere else. This is the Buck Sexton Show Podcast in morning Buck Sexton, calm the theory that covert 19.
Bengal Tiger Spotted Roaming in Houston Neighborhood
"About the tiger? Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Somebody sent me that video last night. I don't live out that way. We posted it to social media. You could find it on all of our pages. Twitter, Facebook big goal. Bengal Tiger was roaming the neighborhood on but pretty nice neighborhood fairly close to town. I mean, it's west of Houston. Out around Memorial and Highway six. If you're familiar with that area real close to a giant park named after George W. Bush, Yeah, care for that, anyway. A Bengal tiger was lounging and someone's front yard kind of prowling up and down the street. People were pretty surprised to see a tiger. Okay, So it sounds like some guy had the tiger living in his house. Yeah, and before he came out and realized the tiger was out of the house. His neighbor came out with a gun. Yeah. Waller County deputy who lives in the neighborhood pulled out his service weapon. Now the tiger doesn't see that as a command to stop. The tiger doesn't know you pulled a gun on it right? Exactly. Asses. The man the you know, deputy of the neighbor is pointing a gun at the Tiger. The Tiger's owner, We assume ran outside said Don't shoot, Don't shoot and then runs up to the tiger kisses. It kisses the tiger took him by a scholar and took him into his house. And then while people are out there with their cameras filming, he came back outside with the tiger loaded him up in his truck and then drove away before the police could get there.
Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link
"Study finds. This is a thirty year study from oxford university. Thirty years four hundred thirty thousand teenagers from the united states and the uk. Answering questionnaires since nineteen ninety-one. Now they're you know when you read about scientific studies you got to consider the methodology and everything. I mean these. These were self reporting teens but the question was designed to detect indicators for depression emotional problems. What they wanted to know is does watching. Tv using social media living on the screen on the device. Does it cause mental health issues. But he thinks thirty years. Four hundred thirty thousand teens. That's a pretty good study. Pretty good samples sample size so they call a longitudinal. No longitudinal study. The researchers said. There's no link between the time teens. Spend on tech devices and mental health problems. No link there are other reasons. Kids might not feel good There might be a link between pandemic corentin and depression but not those devices The researchers said the commonly used argument that social media platforms and devices are harmful to. Adolescence is not is not not borne out by the data and research. available professor. andy. Presents probes bliss. A senior was bolt sqi. I think i got that right. Visible sqi senior author of the study. Says it's too early to make any firm conclusions on the relationship between teen tech us and mental health and certainly way too soon to be making policy or regulation. So they tried. They tried to find a link and they couldn't do it.
Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link
"Tuesday. We mentioned a new study by the oxford internet institute looking at the impact of technology on mental health and teenagers study which included data from four hundred and thirty thousand teenagers in the us and uk found no change in the way. Social media affects mental health between two thousand and ten to two thousand and nineteen. Let's dive deeper. Although there has been little evidence to date technology use decreases mental health worries about its negative effects are a popular topic of conversation. In fact parents have been worrying. About what a new technology will do to the younger generation since the invention of paper no really and even all the way up until the current claim that video games caused violence which has been scientifically refuted multiple times the study by the scientists at the oxford internet institute and collaboration with the university of oxford and the university of cambridge aim to examine whether technology use has affected mental health differently over time. They did so by comparing social media used television us from nineteen ninety one to two thousand nineteen using data collected from ten to fifteen year old students in the us and the uk and separating the data by sex the surveys included wellbeing measures like loneliness and self esteem as well as tv or social media usage. Hours out of the eight associations minen this research only three showed some change over time both social media and television use became less strongly associated with depression but there was a slight increase in social media's association with emotional problems overall the study found no significant change in the way television affected a tenures health versus how social media affected teenagers health. In other words. New technology did not have a different effect on the students. There is also no consistent change in the effect on suicidal issues or conduct problems like anger outbursts and in this specific study no difference was found between sexes. Either
Debris From Chinese Rocket Has Fallen to Earth Amid Criticism
"Bring you up to date. You're about that China Rocket Space agency. They're saying of course segment of its biggest rocket re entered Earth's atmosphere in the Indian Ocean, and that most of it burned up early this morning, Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell, who tracked a tumbling rocket tweeted. An ocean re entry was always statistically, the most likely it appears China one. It's gamble, but it was still reckless. People in Jordan and Saudi Arabia reported sightings of the Chinese rocket debris on social media. With scores of users posting footage of the debris piercing the early dawn. Skies over the Middle East. Usually discarded rocket stages reenter the atmosphere soon after lift off normally over water. And don't go into orbit. NASA Administrator Senator Bill Nelson issued a statement saying quote it is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris and of quote Roughly 100 FT. Long rocket stages among the biggest space debris to fall the earth. China's space program with its close military links, hasn't said why it put the main component of the rocket into space rather than allowing it to fall back to Earth soon after discharging its payload. As his usual in such operations. This is common
R&B Singer Aaron Neville, 80, Retires From Touring
"Fans of Aaron level won't have many opportunities to hear him live from now on the Little Day R and B singer his officially retiring from touring on a post on his official website and social media, Nevel says the idea of touring is no longer Appealing to him. He is 80 years
Facebook Upholds Trump Ban but Will Reassess Decision Over Coming Months
"We're waiting for this past. Week was the fate of president trump's ban on facebook facebook's oversight board ruled that for now the ban will remain. The board ruled that facebook was justified in banning trump but took issue with the indefinite suspension calling it vague and uncertain. They gave facebook six months to decide if the ban is permanent and also to fully explain their decision in the meantime president trump has launched his own site where you can get his statements in a twitter like format for more on why trump remains banned on facebook will speak to heather kelly technology reporter at the washington post. They came back with the sort of split decision. The way the board is set up and again it is created and funded by facebook. The people on it are chosen by facebook but it is considered sort of separate entity. And the way it's set up is that they have two parts every decision. I is binding not legally. But like i dunno gentlemen's agreement with facebook that facebook will do whatever the first part is and that is if it's going to overrule its ban or pulled it and in this case it did uphold the ban of trump and the second part is a series of policy recommendations and facebook is considering its suggestion that go back to the drawing board and come up with a different punishment as policy recommendations and that means it actually doesn't have to abide by it but it is going to have a public reply sometime in the next thirty days so they give them six months to come back with this new plan on it and basically. They said that when they suspended him it was vague and uncertain. They should have decided re going gonna permanently ban you or not so. That's kind of where that whole thing lies. The president did respond in say that free speech has been taken away from the president of the united states. As we remember this all goes back to the riots on the on the capital from january six and and a lot of the statements that he was a posting on his social media. So what were the specific things that they were ruling on the specific post. They did look at the two posts he made on or around january six. They also did look back at past posts but those weren't taking this much into consideration. It was really about the final decision and what it included and inspired post hit expressed support for the people at the capital
Anti-Government Protests Continue in Colombia
"Has been a week of violent protests in Colombia that have left at least 24 people dead and more than 1000 other people injured. We'll demonstrate his first took to the streets to oppose tax reforms is part of a general strike in the country, prompting President even Dok to withdraw the proposals on the country's finance minister to resign. But they haven't been enough to stop the protests, which have become a wider call for change, a time when the country is being hit hard by the Corona virus Pandemic. Matthew Chance reports from Bogota Tens of thousands of Colombians have been taken to the streets. At times, it's appeared more like a festival than a protest. But despite the party atmosphere, the message is a serious one Iraqi people are resisting, says this demonstrator. We're tired of suffering tired of being ignored. Yeah. With the number of covert 19 infections and deaths at their highest levels. Authorities are worried about the impact of the demonstrations on the country's already overstretched health system, but these concerns are rejected by protesters. A local Indiana. The people are tired of corruption, says this man. If the people come out to protest during a pandemic, it's because they think the government is more dangerous than the virus. Protest quickly turned violent video posted on Social media showed a heavy handed response by the police. But they also showed unprovoked attacks against the security forces to Kelly and Mary Jean, Colombia's biggest cities. Test is attacked and burned public transport colombianos give us a less again to Clara's gone in companion mysteries of presente allowed to Martin, Jeremy's president. Even Dok appeared on television to condemn what he called Vandals. He said the violence was being coordinated by narco gangs operating in the country Comments rejected by the country's opposition political parties.
Mark Zuckerberg Discusses the Future of VR and AR, Part 2
"This is part two of a special two part episode conversation. With facebook's mark zuckerberg about vr and ar in the second half of our conversation. We discuss social media and how vr could evolve what facebook becomes as well as where kids fit into the picture with oculus quest and how facebook could the integrating into its remote work plans. I'm scott stein filling in for roger chang and this is your daily charge speak social because i think about that too you. Just launched a revamped version of social avatars. Horizon is kind of seems like facebook's metaverse Is keeps approaching Have you been spending time inside of. I've had two demos in horizon over the past couple of years. But i was curious if you're spending time in there and and what you might be doing in it and whether that might be heading towards a launch. It's this is a big project for us. 'cause there needs to be a social fabric that goes across these different all of the different layers of virtual reality. And that's where we hope to do with horizon. So part of it is building in the environment where we're digital creators can create worlds. And you can hang out with your friends Part of it is. We're building out this avatar system that is going to get increasingly expressive on the one hand and then if you want also realistic although i i think that everyone wants to be exactly realistic over the time so you want to offer both expressive and realistic. They're all these different services of this But basically that's a big part of what we wanna do around or at horizon also spans. You're not just it's not just social use his. it's not just gaming. I think it's also going to be work in collaboration productivity. If that's a big thing that we focused
The Top 5 Social Media Apps for Online Fitness Coaches
"Five on my top. Five social media apps for ominous coaches. If you guys run and grow business is is lincoln. Lincoln is number five guys. Want to take some guesses at number four. What's number four if layton's number five. What do you guys think number. Four is the six some guesses on. I'm going to take some guesses in your head. I want you to think about what you think. Number four is right now for social media. Number four for social media for growing on my coaching business is clubhouse clubhouse from me right now's number four and i'll tell you why club osas number four. I think close. Mike climb on my list overtime but the reason that closes number four for me is the potential for growth rate. Now is massive on clothes. I really do think like the potential to grow. Clubhouse is very big. You know speaking up in rooms that are like you know. Big that aren't yours is a really good chance to grow following the downside of clubs from me is like and for those of you guys. That don't know what cobos quickly sixty seven seconds. Summary clubhouse is our as a voice as a live voice app so essentially. It's you can join rooms that people are hosting. And let's say. The room is about entrepreneurship or like weight loss. Or whatever so you joined the room. There's a group of moderators. It can be like one to five to ten different moderators. And then there's people in the audience and the people in the audience can raise their hand. They have something to say and so close. The potential on the app is big. And i do think that it has potential surge over the course of the next two to three months especially wants to gets released to android the downside of clubs from me is that it takes a significant amount of time because even for the chance to speak like if you're hosting your own room that's dope but you're not going to have a lot of followers at first when you you start the app so that's the downside and and so if you want to speak up in a bigger room like you know the bigger room to get a more followers give to sit there and you have to wait your turn and so the downside from me on clubhouse is that like there's a lot of potential claus and it is huge. The downside for me is that it takes a significant amount of
Facebook's Trump Ban Upheld by Oversight Board for Now
"Let's turn to facebook. Send sendai independent oversight board and the decision yesterday to uphold the company's ban on former president donald trump's account the twenty member board made its ruling but ultimately handed the final decision back to facebook. The board said the social media site cannot invent new unwritten rules when it suits them and recommended facebook either permanently banned or reinstate trump within six months trump was banned indefinitely for his posts after the january sixth insurrection where he referred to members of the mob as special and patriots join us now longtime journalist carol cadwalader. She's co founder of the real facebook oversight board a group of experts who analyze and critique facebook's content moderation decisions and policies. Carol good morning. it's good to have you on with us. What did you make of the ruling of this. They called an independent board. That handed down the decision about donald trump and basically kicked it down the road a bit and set after six months. It's up to you facebook. Well i'm really glad you called a semi independent cool independent because of course it's not an independent board is a board which was setter falling on facebook points. To all the members they made its terms of reference and essentially. What they were trying to do is sort of. Have this an external body where they could. You know shove off the most difficult decisions it didn't have to deal with and let somebody else tight responsibility for what we've had. Is this situation whether that this vote is come back and said no. Actually this is on you. You've got to tight responsibility. And and they just kicked it right back at them and in many ways. I think that that is this is this is a good thing in this. This total denial of a facebook to just take responsibility for what goes on its platforms is. We've just seen it time and time again and this is this is a this is a this is a huge exalt glove it. So so it's it's it's it's sort of. It's a a. it's a ridiculous false ical situation but it is quite helpful in turns the attention back on
Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects
"If there are marketers out there listening to this episode or there are nonprofits or educators at the university. And if you're working like an in a business remarketing department. I would say if you haven't tried this framework Or approach that we tried in. It's been very successful. Which is look help. The students learn by doing so hands on. Take the nonprofit in this case and pick the ones that are going to sort of drink. The kool aid right because they have to do some work on their end as well. But it's a win win for everybody. Wouldn't you say because i've everyone that i've talked to over the years and i've kept in touch with any of the students there from your class. It's like it. It served as like a big like it was very impactful. Yes i think students have found it very impactful. And they appreciate that they get to work with a real company and they're learning digital marketing. But they're actually seen because the nonprofits are so appreciative. A you know students are doing blogs and social media posts social media audit google analytics audited audit that the The not they see the nonprofits is just light up because they're actually teaching them about their business in how to improve it so many the students put you know. Put it under linked in profile. And they're very proud and they talk about it in their interviews.
Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse
"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it
Facebook's Oversight Board Orders Review of Trump Ban
"Facebook's independent oversight board has ruled that the company was justified in banning then president donald trump for his part in the january sixth riots on capitol hill but the board criticized facebook over how would enforce its rules for example in keeping trump off its platform indefinitely with no criteria for when or if his account would be restored. Here's oversight board. Co-chair michael mcconnell we're not cops ranging over the realm of social media and solving the world's ills. Our sole job is to hold this extremely powerful corporation facebook accountable for making clear consistent and transparent decisions showing neither fear or favor toward persons of political influence. The board is holding today. That facebook's treatment of mr trump's future posting privileges did not meet these standards and cannot continue without a sober and comprehensive review applying the same rules to mr trump neither better nor worse as applied everyone else. We are giving facebook six months to conduct. This review
Trump Launches New 'Communications' Platform
"In just over. Two facebook's oversight board will render its decision on whether donald trump gets to go back on his facebook and instagram accounts. Those were shut down. After the january six insurrection. At the capital in the meantime as marketplace's nova safa reports trump has launched a new blog as a workaround donald trump's new blog on his website has tweet like missives from the former president which others can share on twitter and facebook. The blog went live yesterday. Well trump aids have teased at the impending launch of a new social media platform. They were quick to clarify that. The new blog is not that platform there have been multiple reports saying trump is interested in starting his own media company that after the facebook and twitter bands went into effect following the capital insurrection. Both companies cited risks of trump inciting further violence since then trump has gotten around the band's by doing interviews on friendly news outlets and by e mailing statements to reporters meanwhile the social media companies decisions. Twitter's is a permanent ban have drawn criticism from republican lawmakers and energized efforts to reform social media
What did the pandemic do to our social media use?
"I begin with a confession. I love social media especially twitter. I spend a ton of time on it. It has brought me great joy and new friendships and all of the stuff that goes into funding requests. And ipo's when these companies are trying to make some cash and during the pandemic. I've spent even more time on twitter. Obviously a now. I kind of hate it. I love and respect the doctors and reporters who tweet out. Vital information on cove nineteen everyday. I hate that. I know exactly when every day they'll do that and that i will see it and i will feel a little bit worse. I love our listeners. Who respond to us. Thoughtfully to talk about our episodes. Were our guests or why. My delivery is so slow but also i just cannot deal anymore with the people in our mentions who don't even believe the pandemic exists. All of that is a long way to say that today. I hate twitter. But ask me tomorrow and i am sure there is a social media platform that you feel not exact way about over the last year for obvious reasons spending the past thirteen months and counting without real in-person friends. Social media has been a lifeline for millions of us being where we go to commiserate to mourn to be scared but also to celebrate every little victory and that experience has put a magnifying glass on social media the benefits greater than we might have thought the annoyances the hate even more so so what has our time on social media this year done to us. How has the past year changed our experience with these platforms. Is it now a more vital tool and even more racist hellscape is it a virtual community or is it where we go to stand in judgment on one another. And why is tick tock the only one of these platforms. Everybody enjoys
"social media" Discussed on Social Media & Politics
"Let me turn it over to meddle in to me again. The president at rufus main madeline. Thanks so much for taking the time out. And welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thank you so much for having me uncertain excited to be here michael so before we get into the ins and outs of influence or programs. Why don't we set the stage a bit by talking about your recent experience with the biden campaign and his inauguration. What were your roles there. And how did influencers come into the mix. Yeah chris so on the biden campaign. my title is the community content director so effectively. I was tasked with you know engaging various communities online kind of exactly what it says I was a part of the digital partnerships team which was kind of like the innovation hub of the digital team on the campaign so we were tasked with seating content about joe biden on the internet anywhere. That wasn't through our own channels so whether that was the publishers are different platforms different partnerships. Anything that wasn't like our social media or our email or our advertising so influencers played a big role in that i also headed up the digital partnerships team during the inauguration which i might refer to as pick that presidential inaugural committee There we also utilized influencers in both cases. We really utilize them. It's kind of an external messenger or external channel for our broader goals. And is this something this focus on influence. There is something that really came about this election cycle or really became more sort of professional this election cycle or have you also seen it in the prior work on campaigns. You've done yeah. So i do think that will wonder hillary campaign in two thousand sixteen did dabble in this space. So definitely want to give them credit for that and then The d. triple seed did a very small geo tv program. Get out the vote program in the twenty eighteen cycle really in the last few days the
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Geogra- For ozone depletion. How it affects us. That is awesome. I love that. I was never horrible at math and science. But they weren't my favorite. I just But i have a niece who's fourteen. Oh my gosh. she's she's the age of the one of the main winter. She's fourteen and she actually. She loves both math and science. And i say awesome. I mean really if you love math and science if you love reading if you love whatever i'm proud of you and that's awesome but for a field that is very underrepresented up. Excuse me under represented in terms of women. I tried to say all of that at once. This definitely is a good sign that maybe there will be some more equity between the among genders in the future. And you're awesome all five. Young women are awesome. I can just tell you that right now. I don't know any of you but those those are impressive Our final story is related to this story and it actually happened in october. So it's not trending immediately but It popped up on my news feed again today. And i realized that i had wanted to talk about it. It is also about young women and you know closing the gender gap it is that delta airlines flew one hundred and twenty girls from salt lake city utah to nasa in houston as part of an an initiate. Oh man i can't talk and initiative to close the gender gap in aviation This this last week but the article was written by sonya or maybe sanya mansoor october thirteenth. Two thousand nineteen and. This is from time magazine. So there's a quote saying we're taking ownership to improve gender diversity by exposing girls a young age and providing a pipeline so that ten years from now they will be the pilots in the delta cockpit inspiring generations of women who follow said beth pool general manager of pilot development at delta who helped begin the initiative in two thousand fifteen Faa data from two thousand. Seventeen that women make up just over seven percent. I didn't know it was that low. Wow seven percent of six hundred nine thousand three hundred and six pilots in the us according to women and aviation a nonprofit dedicated to the advancement of women in the industry. Everyone involved in the plane's takeoff flight and landing from pilots to ramp agents. Working on the ground was a woman. The airline said the initiative first began in two thousand fifteen. His sense brought six hundred female students on its journey. According to delta the company's goal is to quote diversify a male dominated industry and expose girls to stem careers at a young age. The girls also met ginette mp. F nasa astronaut an aerospace engineer which is awesome does initiative speaks to a broader problem in the aviation industry one. That's been recognized by the international civil aviation organization a specialized un agency the provides global forum for member states to adopt and implement international standards at a keynote address at a global aviation gender summit in august two thousand eighteen. Icao secretary gen. General doctor fang. We said that are loose are said that air transport must address head on why women are still underrepresented in the majority of the technical and executive positions in aviation the international institute for sustainable development. A canadian research group noted last year that almost eighty percent of flight attendants are female but barely five percent of pilots are women and the proportion of women in technical or leadership positions in aviation is even lower so even though you know used to be the pilot men and stewardesses as they were called where women that has not been the case for a long time and there are now a obviously there are more. There's still more women as flight attendants. There are still more men as pilots. So it's you know it's it's one thing. Hey if you wanna be a flight attendant cool if you wanna pilot cool but don't don't choose based just because of your so-called gender. The picture of the of the pilots and the girls is really cool. I mean it's a plane full of women. You don't see that every day and going to nasa on a plane with all women i think is just a really cool way to encourage young women to at least explore stem in. See if it's something that is of interest to them because they're not often encouraged in school sometimes not in their families. So this is. I think a very cool initiative and It's encouraging go awesome. Young women go amazing. Old women go amazing middle. Aged women go amazing young ish women whatever age your go you Girl power women power all that good stuff. That concludes our social. 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"Welcome back. Social media scored the break. We were talking about baby. Oakland being delivered by the joe girl which the parents thought was great. I think it's great for someone who's not me but we're moving on as i said to some health updates The first is that president former president. Jimmy carter has been admitted to the hospital before procedure to relieve pressure on his brain. This has been trending quite a bit. I keep seeing it pop up on various sources on my news feeds and He was admitted tonight to emory university hospital in atlanta head of a procedure to leave to relieve pressure on his brain. This is according to cnn. The carter center announced this in a statement the which they posted to twitter. The pressure was caused by bleeding from his recent false center. Said carter who is ninety. Five will undergo the procedure tuesday morning tomorrow morning. President carter is resting comfortably and his wife. Rosalynn is with him. They said in their statement. this comes after. This news comes after. The former president was hospitalized twice last month for two falls in his house in plains georgia. He required fourteen stitches above his eyebrow after his first fall when he hit his forehead on a sharp edge and later received treatment for a minor pelvic fracture his second fall. Oh hanging there. President carter He's actually the first president that i really remember which is telling you my age but i give you clues to that all the time. And he is just really an amazing man the things but he has accomplished and Yeah and in fact. In terms of amazing in health he previously survived brain and liver cancer and he's ninety five and he's still building houses for habitat for humanity and he and rosalyn still hold hands. And i i don't know they've been married forever and they look like they're just an amazing couple. I i respect them and him so much he is so. He's celebrated his ninetieth birthday on october first at that made him the oldest living former. Us president which was a title once held by george h w bush who died in late twenty eighteen at the age of ninety four so he has volunteered for habitat for humanity along with roseland for thirty five years and he said about his recent fall. I fell down and hit my forehead on a sharp edge and go to the hospital and they took fourteen fourteen stitches in my forehead and my eyes black as you've noticed but i had a number one priority and that was to come to nashville and build houses. He said this to a group of volunteers the same day. He was hospitalized last month and then Earlier this month he carter said he found. He was absolutely and completely at ease with death. After doctors told him in twenty fifteen that his cancer had spread to his brain. I assumed naturally that i was going to die very quickly he I obviously prayed about it. Excuse me i just had a pop-up block the quote that makes it hard to read I obviously prayed about it. I didn't ask god to let me live. But i ask god to give me a proper attitude toward death and i found that i was absolutely and completely at ease with death. It didn't really matter to me whether i died or lived. Except i was going to miss my family and miss the work at the carter center and miss teaching your sunday school services. He said this at church sometimes and so forth all those delightful things. I love this man. I have loved this man my whole life ever since you know. I mean i was little when he was he was president while i was really little when he was president but he's the first president i remember and I've just had huge respect for him. So thoughts prayers good wishes all those good things. Go out to him. His wife his family and the surgeons who are going to be procedure performing this procedure on him. Tomorrow in other updates We have talked about alex trebek's before and his very open and candid conversations that he has jeopardy about his own struggles. While tonight he He got a little emotional. Actually and this has been trending again on social media with lots of people tweeting He recent relieve recently revealed that he has resumed. Chemotherapy for stage four pancreatic cancer. And so tonight when he turned to contest and dhruv gower for the final jeopardy answer. it in the category of famous phrases the clue was in the title of a groundbreaking eighteen. Ninety expose of poverty in new york city. Slums these three words. Follow how the His gar revealed his response which included a drawing of heart. What is we love you alex. Let's forwards but that's okay. That part wasn't surprising. Much love travek is one of the most revered game show host and This is from the washington post. He's one of the most revered game show host of times time his reaction however was surprising for the typically stoic coast became emotional as he read the message. That's very kind thank you. He said and there was an audible. Reaction from a studio audience. Travek became so choked up that he struggled to get out his next words. Cost you one thousand nine hundred ninety five dollars your left with five so you probably if you if you'd know you don't know the answer ep. It's a good way to Just take that time. Take that time in and do what you get your message out there Drawback then compose himself and moved onto the other. Two contestants kyle jones an becher both of whom guessed the correct answer. What is other half lives but the Moment of course quickly started to make the rounds on social media and we love. Alex began trending on twitter for context.
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"Let's move on from my dorky. Nece here is a story that It's it's actually a little bit is trending now but it keeps for some reason popping up in my newsfeed so it makes me want to talk about it even though it happened around halloween. We'll just keep celebrating. Halloween right And that is i. Don't maybe you've seen it. A a woman went into labor and she went to dr to have her baby of course and her doctor was dressed up for halloween. As the joker. The pictures are a little creepy because the joker is a little creepy. So oh yeah the. Yeah so This doctor dressed up as the joker. And then i don't know a if i was the the woman giving birth you know. Is that really what you wanna look at all. You're giving birth. The doctor is standing down there. You know helping you out and be traumatizing for the baby to pop out. And that's the first thing. The baby i don't know So the doctor dressed up as the joker and of course it had it. It went viral on social media The the wife's the woman's due date was not until november fifth but this baby decided to make an appearance on halloween and so they went to the hospital around twelve. Thirty p m Britney's doctor came in to meet with us and check things out this. According to britney's husband justin and he's dressed as the joker. I mean full makeup green hair all sorts of creamy craziness the justices. That's when we found out. He was dressed for halloween that day at the joker we found it very humorous. And we're a little excited that we would have a baby delivered by the joker. In fact i mentioned to my wife that i should go get some face paint and fix her up as harley quinn. Unfortunately i didn't. It would have made the story that much. Sweeter swatted at all off. So not you know. That's not helpful. Oh man the joker delivering a baby. Justin says he came back in to check on her around four pm that afternoon. She can wasn't ready so he said he was going home to pass out candy and changed clothes. My wife said all we will. We hope that you wouldn't change. I would be like go ahead. Nope no problem. Take off the makeup comeback looking like a doctor. Brittany was ready for delivery at eight pm. Sinners called her doctor in and He showed up as in full joker attire and delivered their baby whom they named oakland. So there my wife is staring jobs. Straight in the eyes while delivering our baby. What tate. I was holding her leg up and snapping pictures The wife's not the baby's yet. Okay so they probably have. The name already picked out i am. It would have been kind of ap appropriate of named the baby. You know like parley quinn or something along those lines. But i am glad that they named her which i am assuming that she was already. That name was already joy chosen. She's adorable of course So congratulations to the new to the family for their new edition and That's definitely a story. You know i was not delivered by the joker as far as i know. I'll have to check with my mother. We're going to take our first break of the podcast. And when we come back we'll be talking about Some updates on the liberty health news so stay tuned. You're listening to the gmc. Social media news podcast. And i'll be right back. You want to be healthier. You just don't know what to do all these shows telling you this and that but nothing seems to work will listen close..
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"Must sure i'd be happy to share a lot so to me. I should us about learning Owning privilege and using it for others it's about consistently seeking respected that are different from my own learning about the ways that other people experience the world. it's a journey with new arrival. Because there's always more learn and there's more ways to push my hampers zone better understand at. There's there's also think on early and re comes into play here because You sometimes need Uncomfortable situations for say uncomfortable. Things is threatening to do for someone else is around to see it everything that you said resonates so deeply and i'm so thankful that you have such a unique perspective on all of this. I think the other thing that comes to mind for me is like humility a real ability to humble ourselves to pause for a moment and to listen to other people and to recognize that we will get it wrong at times and we have to continually strive to improve and learn and unlearn a lot of the things that we know to be. True and here are quiches thoughts on l. a. Ship to me ally ship means showing up in your daily work in a way that will help. Underrepresented groups i think. Sometimes we think that it is a big thing that we have to do or outward facing thing that we have to do or something that someone else should do because of their position. But i think each person in their individual roles has an opportunity to show up for an underrepresented group and what that looks like is going to depend on your role and the the best thing that you can do is just look around. Look around on your team. Look around in your sinks look around a conversations that you're having and just keep your eyes and ears open for opportunities to show out for me personally. A real learning curve this year and so any curve as he said casey. This is not going to win this. There's so much more to learn. I think the biggest eye opener for me personally. I think a lot of people will read resonate with this is that you might have got a place in your life where you thought you understood what it meant to be a good personal. Do good and then this year realized that like those assumptions that kind of way off mark. I've got a lot to learn about the experiences of others and the most i can learn about other people's perspectives in the middle of sipho. The more i realized that. I've got so many assumptions to challenge. Just a my understanding. If the way the world works the way society works in the way that systems and governments in society is set up and i think part of the process parlor letting prices for me is working out when i need to stand up and get involved in what i need to get out the way and not try to be somebody else's voice so to amplify the voice of the people and yeah it's a it's a it's a big thing and i think a lot of people would resonate with that and this is having this conversations. Data hopefully normalized these feelings and this experience and to encourage people to to get on the journey with us katie. Would you mind sharing a little bit. About what d- i-it's white mattis recommendations and a bit more detail perhaps than what we're doing buffer. Yeah definitely so. D is diversity. Equity inclusion Diversity ways in which people differ encompassing different characteristic me one individual or group. Different from another one is often used in reference to raise up necessity and gender embrace a broader definition of diversity includes each national origin religion disability sexual orientation socioeconomic status education merrill's dies language physical appearance We also recognize that individuals elite with multiple identities. Would he is the fair treatment. Fair is fair treatment. Access opportunity and advancement for all people will have seen highs trying to identify and eliminate barriers that have prevented the full ricketts. Psalm groups improving irony. In malls increasing justice and fairness within the procedures processes institutions or systems as well as in their distribution of resources at the issues requires an understanding of the root causes of the outcome of disparities with their society and then we have inclusion which is the act of creating environments in which any individual or you feel welcome respected and valued fully artistic veeps and inclusive in welcoming climate in racist differences offers respect in words in actions for all people increasingly unconscious or implicit bias host organizations to be deliberate addressing issues. Simply they're really rayburn myers quote. This is diversity The party inclusion is being asked today s and the nail salon. Add on the is making sure that everybody there. I love that thanks for sharing katie s kisha to share a little more about d. I at buffer and this is what she had to say at buffer over the last couple of months has been a whirlwind first of all. I think it's been that for most companies in two thousand twenty so that may not unique to buffer but one of the things that we really tried to focus on is the fact that you know diversity. Equity and inclusion is a part of all of our responsibility. And it's really something that everyone can be involved in and we've seen a spike in just the membership in our channel. We have a specific channel. That's devoted to cultural inclusion. And we've seen that grow just over the last few months with folks who are just interested in being a part of the conversation. And i think it's really important to create inclusive spaces which is another thing that we've sort of done this year in terms of not really yards which we do have that on our roadmap. But they're literally just say spaces for women of color for people of color for For spirituality for just really bringing your whole south to work and having a support network of people who identify with you and maybe as some of the same characteristics as as you identify yourself in and so that really just helps to create a safe community and belonging and i think ultimately that is what we're all after is to to create an environment that feels inclusive in where everyone feels like they belong. I think what we really wanting to focus on in the next poverty discussion today is is how setting these objectives and putting some money towards these things is great and i think i'm definitely proud of what we're doing at buffer but it's it's a big deal that we keep this going to be something that is long term. You have any thoughts on sort of things that people can do to keep this going to keep the momentum. Yeah absolutely so. I think one of the biggest things that we can do to continue the momentum here is to stay focused one of the reasons that we really see value in devoting. Some of these podcast episodes to this topic is for that accountability and to continue the conversation of. How do we show up as you mentioned in the beginning so many brands back in june made these statements and commitments to how they plan to support anti racism work. And it's fine to make that statement once but what does that look like in our day today. So how do we continue those conversations. How do we continue showing up. And i think that keeping the conversation going in the momentum moving.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Hey guys welcome back so we are here at the final stretch. Okay we are about to end off our podcast for today and I'm just going to summarize to you. All of the scandals of today's Social Media News K. So we've had a vice president of Amazon quietly quit his position because of the protests and the walkout. We've also had earl. Thomas being held at gunpoint by his wife Nina Thomas and what actually let up to him being held at gunpoint then after that we talked about Kevin Hearts and Kevin. Hart's sex tape and how he won six million dollars settlement but that was his second time going to court. Could there actually be a third time with the woman that is taking him to court? Then we talked about a woman in New York City who was attacked by her roommate because she wanted her roommate to stop excessively drinking. Then we talked about being. Liu and why he is so significant because he was on the verge of finding something significant help with all of this cove in nineteen stuff going on and we were also talking about my conspiracy theory in this segment to round out. All today's scandals social media scandals. I wanted to talk about Scott disick and his plans on suing the Rehab Facility. He was staying at over leaked photo so on Monday. Reports started coming in about Scott. Disick checking into Rehab at the time it was said that Scott was getting treatment for cocaine and alcohol abuse as he's reportedly struggled with that in the past along with those reports came a photo of Disag- at the Rehab Facility and since the picture emerged all over the Internet the Reality Star Has Been Livid Scott's lawyer Marty singer is now speaking out to set the record straight. Marty singer tells. Tmz that he was not there for cocaine and alcohol. He says quote in an effort to finally come in terms and with the pain. That Scott has been silently suffering for many years due to the sudden death of his mother followed by the death of his father. Three months ago Scott made the decision to check himself into a Rehab Facility last week to work on his past traumas apparently he's been quarantining in Los Angeles by himself and it has gave him time to realize that he had not fully coped with the death of his parents. As for the leaked picture. Scott team believes the photo was taken by a staff member and not a patient and that could trigger criminal Perth Prosecution. Tmz was told that the photo was taken of Scott upon his check in to facility. As soon as Scott learned of the photo leak he immediately called for a car to pick him up and now he has left the facility and is heading back to Los Angeles. Singer says be facilities. Reckless move is an outrageous hippo violation. So what am I thought about this? I can definitely see why Scott is very upset. This is his privacy and doesn't violate hip of policies as well. Okay there should be no reason why this professional settings should unleash or leak out a picture of someone who is at a Rehab facility to care about their health their mental health at that if he is unwell because of his parents death like no one can really understand where he's coming from because his you know memories that he has with his family's his memories with his family so the memories. I have with my mom. I could feel exactly what he's might be going through. I can empathize with him. Because if I were to ever lose my mom that would be something. That is a tragic okay. So that's something that you have to live through. You have to work that on. That is someone who you could always turn to. And now that person's not there okay So I can definitely see why exactly he is so upset. I also need to know our would like to know like how exactly the photo got leaked when you look at the picture. It looks like he is in like around like Around talk to where you like. Sit in a circle with different people and he talk about your feelings or whatever and I feel like someone might have taken a picture of that. I don't feel like it could have been a patient. I have to agree with Scott as well. I don't feel like it could have been a patient. I feel like it more than likely was a staff member. Possibly because they're like Oh. I got a story now or any anything that Now do I feel like Scott was lying? I felt like maybe he did though. They're kind of for drinking and for cocaine however I think a big part of it was because of his family and I would hate for him to stop you. Know his His Rehab his because his rehab because of people leaking out his photo. I would rather him. Just go to another Rehab facility to get the help that he deserves because I would hate for him to relapse even more and Essentially take his own life accidentally so I feel like he should go back not to that. Same read. Rehab Facility. I feel like he should go somewhere else and get the help the he deserves and with that being said that is the end of today's Social Media News. I would like to thank you guys for listening to the Genus MC Social Media News podcast once again brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I would like to ask that you please remember to subscribe to the show and write a nice review because that really helps us out also be sure to follow us on. All of our social media handles including facebook twitter and instagram. I would like to thank you and I want you guys have a good night a good day and.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Hey guys welcome back. So before the break we were talking about Kevin Hart and how he won a six million dollar lawsuit filed against his wants mistress in this segment. I wanted to talk about a New York. New York City resident attacking her roommate for attempting to help her with her excessive drinking. This whole segment sounded like a lifetime. Movie I cannot make this up so after attempting to help a friend with her. Excessive Drinking New York resident Tatyana Narcis Nova was reportedly critically stabbed by her roommate Daria Alekseeva. I felt like I just butchered her name. I searched and searched and searched how to pronounce her name for right. Now I'm GonNa call her Alekseeva because I believe that how you pronounce it. So the two were in their shared apartment. I'll be has now been charged with attempted murder and assault in the incident. Her bond is set at seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars so years prior the two Russian women live together in California however. The living arrangement was short-lived due to Alabama's problem with drinking six years later nursing Nova rick relocated from California to Upper East side of New York City where she used her apartment to run AIRBNB. Any phone conversation. With the New York Daily News North North Nova recalled her time when olive viva leading up to the attack. Narcis Nova stated quote. I promised myself and my parents and my friends that I'm not going to deal with this person ever again. She was acting really really crazy and wild in quote but instead of Narcis Nova staying away in two thousand and nineteen. The roommates reconnected. After Narcis Nova gave Alekseeva a place to stay while she gave her while. She got herself together. Nursing Nova stated quote. I thought if not me then who were Russians and we should take care of each other and honestly it was a mistake unquote although Narcis Nova was willing to give Alekseeva a place to stay. She made it clear that her drinking was not allowed. Marston overstated quote. You can't drink in the house. You can't go to the liquor store. It's a rule ends quote in return. Alekseeva ignored the rule and continued her excessive drinking Nelson Nova stated quote. She would start drinking in the morning she would go to the kitchen and grab a coffee mug and pretend she was drinking coffee or tea. It became so bad in March nursing. Nova was scared for her life after Habiba threatened to stab her admitted being drunk. So what are my feelings about this? I can tell that nursing. Nova probably has a really good heart. She wants to see you know people succeed. Okay and that's the thing you know. Sometimes our hearts are so big because we want to see people succeed and we want to see people doing the best that they can But I'm also a firm believer in people show you their true colors once you should believe it. I took a very long time for me to even understand that. Because I'm someone who also has a big heart? I will open mind doors to people who have backstabbed me. I will look past the route things someone has said to me and I'll continue trying to help them because you know I wanna be a good person and I want to see them succeed in life. That's just me that's the that's just what I do. So when Arsenova said you know this is never going to happen again. A part of me wanted to believe her but the other part of me said I feel like she's not because she's she has a good heart and something tells me that. Alekseeva knew that she knew that Narcis Nova had a very good heart. She knew you know where exactly she could push the limits. She knew what she could get away with. So I knew a part of me feels like you know. Narcis Nova put her foot down but she didn't let it be known that she put her foot down. She didn't state if I catch you drinking if I find out that there's alcohol if I smell your coffee mug and there's alcohol in it you're out the moment this woman threatened you. That should have been it. Okay I hate the fact that it led to this woman being stabbed okay and I mean I'm I'm very happy that she's alive and I mean I hate to say it but Alan Piva. I'm happy that I'm not happy that she was arrested. But I'm happy that she's getting the help that she deserves. There has to be a reason as to why you're drinking excessively morning noon and night. Okay there has to be a reason why you would go to the extent of sneaking to drink rather than you know putting the the alcohol down I mean I hate the fact that now. She's been charged with attempted murder and assault in the incident. I hate that that has happened to her but She has to get help and if this is the way that she can get help then fine but there was nothing that Narcis Senova could have done to ensure that she was safe except for you know just putting her foot down and saying Kay he got. You gotta get out from what I read. I don't see any forms of an Arsenova telling her you have to pay rent. You have to clean. You have to do all these things. Maybe that was some of the details but from what I've read it was mostly of her saying you cannot drink. This does these things to you. also we have to see if weather alabi. Sonar Senova in a friend like manner. Maybe she just saw her as Another Russian who was helping her live in California at the time and she saw her as this like smaller person. Who's GonNa let her get away with stuff and so by the time she came back and saw her New York? She saw her in the same light and said she's GonNa let me get away with it. I can get away with it. I know I'm going to get away with. It is bad for that to happen and going forward. I just wish Nursing Nova the best going forward and with that being said that is the end of this segment in the next segment. We're going to talk about the VID. Nineteen researcher was found. Shot dead all of that coming up after this break. Stay tuned.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"I am your host Chamari Jackson in today's episode. You guys there is so much scandal. Gracing our social media platforms that. It's ridiculous so most everything going on in today's social media. Podcast is nothing but scandals from Earl Thomas to Kevin Hart. I cannot make these things up guys so stay tuned because we have a lot more in hand so I starting off. I wanted to talk about the Amazon Vice President who quit after the company silently fired. Employees worried about covy nineteen so the vice president of Amazon has stepped down from his position. Do the due to the company firing protesting workers taking to his official website. Tim Bray former vice president. Amazon web services explained why he quote. Quit in dismay in quote in an official statement. Tom Brady wrote quote. Firing whistleblowers isn't just a side effect of micro economic forces nor is it intrinsic to the function of free markets. It's evident of a vein toxicity. Running through the company culture. I choose neither to serve nor drink that poison in quote. Tom Brady revealed that he reached a breaking point and snapped when the company fired two employees who put together a staged climate walkout so back in March former employees e Marian Kosta and Emily Cunningham created a petition requesting that Amazon. Take better care of their employees. During the crisis Costa and Cunningham suggested that Amazon expand sick leave offer hazard pay in childcare for its warehouse workers. According to the New York Times Amazon also fired in employee by the name of Christian smalls for leading a protest in response to a lack of support from the company and a poor pandemic response to Cova nineteen however Amazon's reasons for firing smalls was due to him breaking their quarantine policy after being exposed to the virus to attend the protest as for Costa and Cunningham. Amazon claimed they broke the company's policy by asking co workers to sign the petitions. Thom Bray said quote vice presidents shouldn't go publicly roque so I- escalated through the proper channels and by the book remaining in Amazon Vice President would have meant in effect signing off on the actions. I despised so I resigned. The victims weren't abstract entities but real people in quote. Furthermore from the beginning of this outbreak. Bray said that response to the worldwide crisis has been quote chicken shit and designed to create a climate of fear in quote against its employees at the end of the day. The big problem isn't the specifics of covert nineteen is that Amazon treats the humans in the warehouse as fungible units of pick and pack potential. Only that's not just Amazon. It's how twenty first century capitalism is done. Amazon has yet to comment on this matter. So what are my thoughts and opinions about this? I feel that as a company that a lot of people depend on so essentially during this crisis Amazon has already been an essential for many businesses and many people because they need their packages on time. Whether it's for business or whether it's just for someone wanting something so for leisure so many times their needs are overlooked just like what Cunningham in Hosta were saying. They're sick leave is trash and many times. Their needs are unmet because people want a lot out of them without really paying them a lot of money and then we also fail to realize that these people if anything are in a small confined space more than anyone else so everyone is scrambling and running around and getting angry about the fact that you know we're being in quarantine we're stuck in quarantine but these people are exposed to covet. Nineteen on a daily basis. Why because they're essential worker. They have to go out. They have to get these packages done now. How they're exactly doing it in the warehouse that we don't know all we do know is that if somebody if all of these people are protesting because of their health because of their sick leave because they're getting UN Now unjust reason of being fired or having to you know under no why they're exactly getting fired. I think that this should raise a sign of questioning and because this vice president has stepped down because of the because of the injustice done toward these people that should speak volumes as well. I mean it's kind of like a double edge sword so they can say you're fired because they know for a fact that there's other applications there's other people especially during this pandemic who will go out and who will work because they obviously need the money however on the other side it could turn into a ripple effect because they can come in notice the injustice say something act on it and then they will also get fired and then they'll hire another person and then the other the next person will end up doing the exact same thing and then so far and so forth so at one point. Is someone decide to sit down? Stop what is going on. Think rationally of what is going on in think of ways to end it instead of just upping in quitting silently but allowing these big these people who are actually the bread and butter. Their the reason as to why Amazon is functioning to just keep on. I guess I guess what I'm trying to say. Is I understand why the vice president quit from what I read. It sounds like he was just getting so tired of the injustice to me. That's what he was saying because he was so tired of seeing people stand up for themselves just for them to get fired however on the other hand I fell like as a vice president. You have more of a voice than those who are workers who are essentially voiceless. So they can say and scream about they're injustice about not having a sick leave about not having certain things to keep themselves safe but as a vice president part of your duty is standing up for them and saying. Hey that's not right. This needs to end instead of quietly stepping down and leaving everything along because you're tired of seeing the mess if you're tired of seeing the mess then get out and do something about it because actions speak louder than words. Your actions has shown me that you care but it's not dealing with you so you kind of don't care but instead of doing something about it and instead of dealing with press are dealing with the bad stuff when the bad things turnaround and happen instead of actually working on action you just quietly stepped down and left the mess where is and then you decided to write a statement high key covering your behind but it you know doing everything you can to still show you know where the mess still is. There's really nothing being done. These people are still having protests. These people are still put in a bad situation and no one is really essentially helping them and all anyone can say. Oh well. This isn't just Amazon doing it. These are other people doing it. Okay well someone has to step up and stop it. Someone has to step up and help these people make a change otherwise like I said it's going to continue being a ripple effect to where this applicant will go in. They'll work they'll notice the injustice. They'll speak about it. They'll get fire. Then they'll hire another applicant and then the same situation will happen or they're higher or there will hire another applicant. The applicant might keep quiet for a little bit but after some time people are going to start talking and they might not go to the vice president they may go to someone else. Essentially that probably get them fired. Yes but these people's lives are at risk to help other people around the world and instead of getting heard there told to be quiet. They're told your concerns aren't alarming and The sad thing about it is that Amazon will not really have any repercussions why because it's one of the top. It's one of the top places to shop especially with shipping and handling people. Mostly go there especially now because of the quarantine. Okay so where people are gonNA shop. Now you think people are going to boycott Amazon because of this cove nineteen and I think that's another reason why Amazon is not really doing anything they know. There's not going to be any repercussions they know that. No one people are gonNA say something. But no one's GonNa really do anything to where they're going to be highly affected because people from the low spectrum such as regular class. They're using it all the way up to the big people who are in the WHO who works in corporate or works at other you know high in jobs. They're using it so there's actually no repercussions so. I think the big thing that people are going to have to worry about is what is next for Amazon. What are the big things that people can do to ensure that everyone is keeping safe especially the ones that truly matter and I think that one is going to take someone who is diligent on staving and changing the way Amazon is working is doing and working their employees? The people that are helping function Amazon and creating Amazon to what it is today saw being said that is the end of our very first segment in the next segment. We have another scandal guys when I tell you there's so much scandal in today's Social Media News as nothing like a good gossip section a gossip session so also now we have Earl Thomas and how he was held at gunpoint after this break. We're going to talk about who? He was held at gunpoint by and why he was held at gunpoint. All of that coming up after this break. Stay tuned you.
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"Always on the go but the day just be on without your Hollywood foot golden state media concepts that are ten podcast take care of that and all inclusive look up pop culture yeah hello and welcome back to the social media news podcast we are continuing Arthur theme of underwater and the next story we were talking about is a shark attack scary very scary this happened in encinitas California on September twenty ninth and it's actually they were saying it's very rare to have a shark attack in this area so I mean that was like okay well I guess that's a little bit better in southern California Oh okay so I guess there was a group of kids that were on a little field trip I think it was actually like a church this group of vent oh and they were going like lobster fishing or lobster diving diving for lobster that's what it is and they were only like two hundred guard out from the shore and about like nine feet of water and a little thirteen year old boy was attacked by a shark very very what kind of shark well they don't they don't know for sure so they think it's a great white but they weren't able to find the shark yeah so he got attacked and then and everyone's yelling Yelich shark attack and they all went back to the shore and a I believe they said it was a lifeguard in an off duty police officer who pulled the boy into like a Kayak was Kinda kayaking so they all just left I mean I mean I'm not gonNA take on sharia and so they pulled him onto the Kayak and like try to like to help him like put pressure on his wounds and then yet to be airlifted out of the hospital and go into surgery immediately wow that's how serious it was yeah it was yeah he he was I think when I read this article so around the twenty ninth of September they said he was in critical condition but he was going to he was probably GonNa make it okay what he had to have a bunch of surgeries on his torso I thought it was going to ask where yeah which I think you know like there is like the surfer who had like her arm yeah I think it wasn't an arm it was like his torso which is why it was so bad so it was really trying to eat the it was trying to is trying to eat now gosh yeah and like I yes they said they haven't been able to see the sharks since the attack but they want to be able to identify what type of shark it is right because if you identify what type of shark it is it's easier to like act based on what you think their behavior is varies by species to figure out where it's going to go next door like to kind of judge like is this just like an off thing or does this type up shark like swimming this like deep of water kind of things like that I was so scared anyway with the Church group or the youth I'd be like you can't go past where you can't touch because yeah it's pretty like you can't touch a nine yeah yeah I mean this just exasperates my fear of the you know there's sharks proofed all the kids there are sharks exactly no we can't swim a net but that's also scared that they didn't like spot it earlier you know like sometimes in beaches they will see shark siting and then you won't be allowed to swim for a while but they said that they didn't I guess they didn't see it beforehand or anything it just Kinda came out of the blue wow would probably literally right out of the Lou fine every ten yeah and they said that after the attack they like the beaches people can go onto the beach but they haven't been letting me people into the water right and the line was like we have not had any trouble keeping people out of the water there's a shark okay we'll stay we're just GONNA over you're right and this was actually the first attack in like the last one they had was thirty years ago Oh it's not it's not common right so it's so safe places now like this is ap right it's not like it happens all the time yeah which is yeah that's still really scary I am also on a random no that's kind of funny when I was reading this article I went to the bottom and all the comments everyone was like oh so the police are just going to go after a great white shark you don't even know what he looks like and you're just going to go after him like one person who was kind of serious and that everyone was just joking go the cops just like stereotyping those great insurance after him like oh he was gray yeah all the other colors of shark well that's how it is nowadays anyway 'cause it's like if anything happens young can blame anything and yet every all the sharks sharks gosh so was it like a four digit save they obviously don't know if they don't know what sharked was if it was full grown or yeah they don't know they don't really have any identifying features of the shark so I like the bite marks so tell me I feel like they probably would be able to tell a little bit from that but I don't think I don't think some of the authorities were in touch with the doctors were working with Oh boy so I'm not sure that's so sad they know it is really sad it's a cool like war story though like what he's getting older he'd be like yeah these scars are from right you know pull it goes back to yesterday that's not cute Okay Raza parent I would be like down that's all you got attacked by they could have did more yeah poor boy he's okay it'll be okay okay okay another topic that we're going from wildfire in Arizona that was sparked by gender reveal party what okay how okay so gender reveal parties are like when people are having a baby and they wanna like reveal like Oh this is what the gender is the parents might not know someone else for them I have a whole nother opinion on inter-party for everything now yes how okay so how did they spark a fire so for the party the father his name is Dennis Sticky thirty-seven of Tucson Arizona Okay and he was going to he was going to shoot a rifle at a target containing tanner right which is a highly explosive powder and it was going to explode and it was going to reveal like either a blue powder for a boy or a pink powder for girl yeah that all around you're gonNA shoot an explosive really yeah come on I mean all those one hundred and fifty degrees it's already high ugly okay okay I read this and I was like that was also like your girl wasn't like this is a bad idea also like they were kind of like in a wooded area oh oh was not thought through at no not at all it burned forty seven two thousand acres that were owned Arizona state so it was a huge wildfire yeah it was what do they call it like the Sawmill fire I think it like bunch of area to get charged sorry yeah so they win the fire originally happened this was maybe what was it was like maybe a year ear ago and then just recently that he's being charged they're coming out publicly saying what he's being charged with and when the fire started he called it in and he said I'm I wasn't trying to escape or anything but he has to pay more than eight million dollars Restitution Yep oh my Gosh it's starting with one hundred thousand initial payment and he's making monthly payments after that has like five years probation is this just like some regular Joe Schmo like who has eight eighty dollars. Yeah I don't know I think it's just like a regular Guy Oh my gosh now so much I mean should've thought this through first of all for Schol that your child is not going to college no that's an awkward story too of like when your bike babies born there like Oh you know why is this area burned down well until it was really sad it'd be like go talk to your father and he's a reason why you don't have a college fund either so you WanNa car when you're sixteen like I don't got bills to pay yeah no I know we have the governor superior I feel like that's like you want to do something nice you know like you want to celebrate the birth of your child right and it all just it all just was passed to it like everybody else to say it's a boy it's your was that I think it was like one eight hundred collect commercial wave even know if you would know the dude finds out that he's having a boy and he doesn't have any money so he calls his parents or something on on collect Oh have you ever one eight hundred collect no I would you dow one eight hundred collect they knew say your name in dial the number or you dial the number and then say your name so yeah yeah so they know who the calls what it is 'cause I see so many crazy gender reveal party yeah yeah when they have like a box of balloons of different colors he's like seven the balloon yeah or like if you have a balloon and you pop it has like the different like can cutty colors and stuff but you want to shoot it dynamite basically I mean I'm sorry Arizona but I just was like this is this is shown a thing it has to be where did you go to school well also in the article it was a highly explosive material so he had to know right why do you have this where did you get it five don't know I would never be like this take care of the baby yeah yeah you don't need this this is an accident just waiting yeah exactly for sure for sure what does family eight million there's an like he's on probation and so he came over and he said like this this is what happens if he wasn't convicted for like avoiding the government or anything it was the coronado national forest which also burned and so it's federal land and it's operated by the US Forest Service is probably why it's so much money because it's all land that is owned by the state yes so that was just a bad move was smart at all do a gender reveal party pleased okay yes simple as okay cut my hi Jamie it's me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Welcome back to the G, M, C social media news podcast. We have talked about Sephora. We've talked about hop. We've talked about some of the things that are trending on social media today, and now I want to turn to a story about instead of social media news. It's snooze about social media makes sense rather than news. That is trending on social media. This is news that is about social media, and this comes from the New York Times, that has reported that the US is requiring social media information for from visa applications. This is a New York Times article from yesterday by Sandra e arsia who states visa applicants to the United States are required to submit any information about social media accounts. They have used in the past five years under a State Department policy that started on Friday, such account information would give the government access to photos locations dates of birth dates of milestones and other personal data commonly shared on social media. There is a quote from State Department in a statement that was issued saying we already request certain contact information travel history. Family member information, and previous address from all these applicants we are constantly working to find mechanisms to improve our screening process to protect US, citizens while supporting legitimate travel to the United States. In March of twenty seventeen President Trump asked secretary of state, the attorney general the secretary of homeland security, and the director of national intelligence to put an effect a uniform baseline for screening and vetting standards and procedures. This is according to a memo published in the Federal Register so requiring information about the social media accounts visa applicants applicants was part of that. And the move represents a step up from my September twenty seventeen measure in which the homeland security department proposed an acted a regulation, calling for the surveillance of social media. Use of all immigrants, including naturalized citizens during the Obama administration, the State Department began to ask applicants to voluntarily submit their social media information. According to a Laura Mukherjee director of the immigrants rights clinic at Columbia law school, who said she said, on Sunday of this latest development. This seems to be part and parcel of the same effort to have an extraordinarily broad surveillance of citizens and noncitizens, given the scope of the surveillance on efforts, it is hard to find a rational basis for the broad surveillance, the department of state and the department of homeland security have been doing for almost two years. The added requirement could dissuade visa applicants who may see it as a psychological barrier to enter the United States. So you can only imagine what kind of information that we, you could get from this, because our social media accounts linka to places they link us to people. They link us to, you know our associations. I mean, you think of it as, as your friends list, but I've got people on my Facebook account that I've never even met, they're just friends of friends, and it's interesting how those connections happen. But you can only imagine the amount of information that could be gleaned from social media accounts. It's, it's, it's an interesting development, and people are concerned, they're concerned that this kind of requirement will result in suspicion of surveillance of travelers and their networks of friends, families.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Us on I tunes. Sound cloud and Google play. Welcome back to the social media news podcast. We continuing to show some social media news stories and this next one is also about a cruise ship which is interesting, but it's about a cruise ship that instead of being stuck actually was the one saving another boat, particularly the boat and its crew. So this is about a cruise ship that had to be rerouted and then ended up rescuing two fishermen that had been stranded in their boat. And also the story occurred around Christmas time, so I apologize for its lateness. But I do think it is really interesting story. So I want to share and this was a Royal Caribbean cruise ship specifically it had to be routed because of a storm. And when it was rerouted it cross pads with two stranded fishermen who just on a small fishing boat. And the crew was able to rescue them, which was great the fishermen had been a drift for nearly three weeks by the time. This ship spotted them, and I guess it spotted their signal light, according to the cruise ship company James van fleet who is a chief meteorologist four of the Royal Caribbean. He described that the unlikely rescue described the unlikely rescue tweet he said, I don't know about you. But I've already seen a Christmas miracle, and that's what he wrote. After obviously finding the fishermen the Costa Rican fishermen had become stranded by accident because they had fallen asleep while soaking their nets, and that's not that out of the for them to just soak their nets, but they drifted away from their gear.
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Welcome back to the S, M C social media podcast. We are continuing to talk about some social media news stories, the next one that I wanna bring up is one that I read online that was really interesting mostly because I read the accompanying article that came first so there is a article that came out, and it was talking about French fries. And it was kind of saying you don't you don't really wanna eat them. You shouldn't eat them. They're not good for you. There is particularly a professor Dr Eric rim who teaches in the department of epidemiology nutrition at the Harvard t h Chan school of public health. And he I mean, well, he claims he claims to love French fries, but he contributed to this health article about you really shouldn't eat French fries. You shouldn't eat a lot, and he has received tons of negative feedback on social media about this article about his comments in it. A New York Times article, and it was titled you don't want fries with that. And in the article rim who they said is an expert voice in this. He argued that the ideal serving French fries is only six like with a side salad. So if you're having like a burger as opposed to just getting as normal side of fries or saying you should maybe instead get like six fries and a salad. Just fill yourself up. The Twitter backlash was vicious if you know her I'm sure you'll love her top chef host, Padma lack lack. Oh, I'm so sorry, Padma Lakshmi said, I don't have time for this kind of negativity in my life right now. I love that. That's so great. And he's received lots of comments social media people. Have hated this. Because they're like are you crazy six fries. I mean, I kind of agree that's kind of crazy. But when I read this new updated article Remm, even though he's on a business trip. He said that he noticed all of the negative feedback. And he wrote an Email to Vanity Fair. He said, am I really a monster affair a lot of tweezers in the UK and the US act like I just called a third World War..
"social media" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Welcome back to the gmc social media news podcast today we're talking about various stories some some down this one's a little middle range i guess you would say which is that channing tatum and jenna dewan tatum have decided to separate yes and it has been all over social media yes even yeah i saw it on every every social media site i've been on lately it's hard to not see it almost yeah i mean so channing tatum channing tatum jenner dante have been married for nine years and of course you know they met on the set of step up where they film together and married in two thousand nine and they have a young daughter relief for years and the way they announced this separation was like almost the list like celebrity announcement of marriage not doing well i think i've ever heard of they both put on their like social media things on their instagram or whatever that they have like the senate to lovingly separate right i didn't know you could do because what is sure i mean yeah i can see that yeah it's amazing how much this was covered considering that it's not any of those like oh he was cheating on her whatever they made a point in their their post to say this is not because of any salacious things or any behavior or any rumors we've just decided to separate but we're still really good friends and we are committed to raising our daughter together and it's just like.
"social media" Discussed on Social Media Research Briefs
"You're listening because it's social media research free podcast hosted by the media research associates. You can learn more about the association at some are a dash global dot org. Now, let's go. Hi, and welcome to the social media research brief podcast. This is your first time listening. Thanks for joining us today. I'm talking with Jennifer Radke who's an international speaker, author and strategic business leader was over fifteen years of experience in sales in recruitment leadership. She serves as the CEO of the National Institute for social media where they helped professionals and marketing agencies elevate their credibility through training and certification. So Jennifer, thanks for joining me today. How are you. I'm great. Marianne. Thanks for having me. Oh, I'm looking forward to this. I'm glad that we had the chance to talk so we can learn a little bit more about what you do and how you see social media research fitting into overall social media strategy. You know, I think it's really important, and I look forward to hearing your insight during the call. Yeah, this is a topic that is near and dear to my heart, so I appreciate the chance to chat with you. That's great. Well, let's get started jumping in first. Let's talk a little bit about the National Institute for social media and just talk a little bit about what it is you do and what you have to offer. Yes. So I like to start usually by just giving some folks, the idea of why we started in the first place. And so the the reason the institute even came about is because there are so many people in social media who claim to be experts in their areas and social media changes so fast. I mean, there's more than three thousand social media platforms in their changing every day are new one starting and and old ones dying and all of that happening. And so none of us can truly be a complete and total expert in all things social in companies, we're really struggling with the idea of how to hire people who could help them with their strategy. And so that's kind of why we were born is those companies where. Asking us, how do we locate these folks who really know how to create implement and maintain a social media policy or social media strategy across industries and across markets. And so that's really what we do now. So we have a certification exam for social media strategist. They get a designation at the end called SMS the social media strategist, and then we also teach them through training how to prepare for set exam and then also to keep them going at the end. 'cause we're not just done when they take that exam, special involved in changes, so continuing education as part of the requirement. And so we offer that in a variety of ways as well. That's really neat. So they stay on after their original certification. You offer the ongoing education as well. Then we do, and they can get that from other people too. But we just heard from our audience that they really prefer getting. Some of that from us. And so we've been offering that as well certifications only good for two years, and so they have to complete twenty hours of continuing it in order to stay current and active, and they get some of that from us and some of that from elsewhere, conferences, workshops, webinars, traditional classes. Okay. So what are you seeing as far as people who are coming to your courses to be certified? Is it mostly individuals in the industry who want to further their education? Our companies sending, maybe there's social media managers or kind of what are you seeing in the in the landscape of employment in this area? We're kind of seeing three different buckets actually that are interested in this. So the first one is that individual contributor usually somebody who is either consulting on their own or working for a consultant agency there somewhere in transition. So they're just getting started or they're trying to build and grow their business, and they're looking for additional credibility. And that's one reason why they come to get a certification. The second is the corporate market specifically in marketing and social media agencies who are sending actually entire teams through the program. So that they can get them all at the same training level. Right. And then have them pass an exam, get their certifications, and that also becomes a selling point for the markets and their clients. Right. And then the third is actually colleges and universities. We've been offering more and more of our preparation course either for credit or non credit within the college setting, so that students who are graduating have kinda value add add to their repertoire after they leave something a little bit more practical. That's great because we do need this feature generation to
"social media" Discussed on Social Media Research Briefs
"You are listening to the social media read thirty brief podcast hosted by the social media research so You can learn more about the association at a time. Are a dash global that word. How much beginning. And welcome to the social media research brief podcast. This is your first time listening. Thanks for joining us today. I have the opportunity to talk with McAllister, Michael. The founder and CEO of the London headquarters, digital. I'm are a tech company that uses artificial intelligence for market research and Customer Insights. He's one most multiple prestigious awards and published numerous books and articles and the callous. An aerospace engineer by academic background has been in the market research consulting, uh, industry since 1991 and is a thought leader on social media research social listening text analytics, an online communities for CoQ creation as insights. So thank you very much for joining me today. And how are you? Rose, thank you for the introduction of really well, how are you? I'm really good things in, Like I said, I've been looking forward to this conversation, And I really appreciate the time that you'd have to talk with me today. Subject. So today we're talking about social listening and analytics, and its appropriateness in market research, Michaelis, and digital. I'm are have extensive experience in this area, So I know we have a lot to talk about. So let's just get started with the basics. Um, Can you talk a bit about some of the preconditions for a social media monitoring tool to be even appropriate for market research? Jewish Um, uh, I think the the most important element use IQ resi, uh, uh, in the world of big data, and that's what DC's So when you harvests social media posts, The can very, very quickly get to hundreds of thousands or millions of posts and UDs very easy to, to harvest irrelevant posts that there is a thing called Homo Nimes at home on name. He's a word that these spelled exactly the same as though. Let's say the brunt One is looking for the common example that everybody uses to eight Lewis straight. These problem is Apple Computers and uphold the fruit. If you want to harvest for Apple computers, You know that you have to eliminate up all the fruits, but that may be other things that I called a pole that you don't know off. And if someone is using I what I made it to, They will probably means those other things. One example is a teenage girl Kohl's opposed Martine who is the daughter of uh, Gwyneth Paltrow the actress and met many people talk about her own on Twitter. So if you if we don't pay attention, we end up with ninety percent of the posts being about some other up for other than a computer. So. So so noisily nation. So looking at the relevant hosts and then the accuracy of the NL Egypt's, and then a That's also very important. And there are two types of. Main, uh, analysis that we do send t- meant or emotion analyses and Simmons take analysis, which is about the topics people talk about. So the accuracy for these two has to be over eighty percent so that it-it's usable for market research purposes. Okay thing you're saying the confidence level has to be eighty percent that you've cut out information. That's irrelevent you only have the most accurate information based on what you're researching. Yeah. Whereby I have to say because you, you use the were the words, uh, confidence level, and that's a term that we use when we measure the accuracy of some polls in these kids. We're not dealing with some polls reveal. We've the We've sense who stayed as we call it the universe of all posts about Abhran And so the the the accuracy metrics In this case out of be different than they once Researchers. Are you. Two. We have we have city metrics, Chris sesion recall, and F score F score, ease a combination of precision and recall. And when I say eighty percent accuracy, I actually mean eighty percent F score. Uh, which uh, could be, uh, uh, a eighty percent precision and eight percent edged Persson recalled. But maybe this, that two technique out for this podcast. Uh, but I I did I did want to make the point that it's not about some Pulse here with dealing with all the data, the universe of all the data. So the metrics for, for accuracy are a bit different. That makes sense. And I appreciate you calling that out in clarifying that it is an important aspect. You know, to make sure everything is understandable. I can imagine when you're using social media in a research project, you really have to be careful about how you are setting it up so that you are starting with the least. And noise, I'd say Near first pulling the research centres, less weeding out less cutting out through the noise. So yeah, that's the first day abuse to two on leaf harvest. Red live on posts as opposed to relevant once. And then once you have done that, then you worry about sentiment I could see in Simone think I could see, But even if you're perfect in in machine learning and and semantic accuracy or censoring accuracy. If the data You harvested at about a teenager instead of a computer that you have a pro Exactly. Now you keep bringing up. A fascinating aspect for me, what is your take on how sentiment is calculated? I know it's never going to be perfect. Do you find that they I is improving and send them an analysis, or is it still a manual? Yes. So shooter three ways to
"social media" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"Welcome to this social media marketing broadcast helped you navigate the social media jungle and now he's yaoxian michael steles now hello hello thank you so much for joining me for the social media marketing podcast brought to you by social media examinercom i'm your host michael stolz earned this is the podcast her marketers and business owners you wanna know what works with social media today show is sponsored by social media marketing world two thousand eighteen the mega conference for social media markers and creators the event you know you want to go to i am really soaked about today's show i'm going to be joined by my friend ian cleary and we're going to explore five different social tools that make the job of marketers a bit easier by the way if you wanna reach me email podcastsocial media examinercom last thing is did you know i have another podcast it's called the social media marketing talk show and on that podcast i literally breakdown the news that happened in the last week and let me tell you there's a lot of youths going on in our industry so simply look for social media marketing talk show in any of your podcast players of choice and hit the subscribe button all right let's transition over to this week's brand new discovery helping you stay alive in his social jungle is these weeks survival chip this week i'm joined by eric fisher with a brand new discovery what did you find eric i found a really cool a i video editing tool a video editing those words don't seem to go together in my brain what does that mean yet no they don't seem to go together but what this means is that this tool called majid's stow at least that's i'm pretty sure how you pronounce it it's magic but then east dose.
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"Welcome back to the g s n c social media news podcast we were speaking before the break about the new two hundred an eighty character count that has now allowed on twitter and we're gonna move away from that specific topic on twitter and talk about stranger things season too well more specifically the actors on stranger things don't worry i haven't actually seen season to yet so there's no way i can give you any spoilers if you have not heard of stranger things which i have seen people online talking about what is stranger things i haven't heard of it it is a new show it was new last season at least last season was the first episode or the first season excuse me on net flicks so it is a net flicked show and it is very kind of fantasy science fiction mystery creepy but it's also set in the 80s and so it is really really well done in terms of being set in the 80s i mean the things if you're an '80s kid the things that you were member and the pop culture and movie references that they put in to the show from the music to um you're gonna feel like you're watching again as some of your favorite 80s movies like the gundes or et or any of those the the bratpack in some ways so it's got this great 80s vibe i had to laugh when i first started watching it i was watching it with a bunch of twentysomethings who early twenties they you know didn't grow up in the 80s they weren't even born in the 80s i am old people but they were so nostalgic for a time that they had never lived through.