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How to Create Your Own Product for eCommerce
"What most people call market research. I call a very superficial idea. I mean it's twenty twenty one. This idea was being outlet for years. It's not enough to use helium tan or jungle scout. Whatever you up of choices if you're in the amazon space or of its new google space h refs or whatever the nfl shop or find your main traffic. John could be through legal Seo whatever it is. That is not enough in my opinion. Okay well that means you understand the keywords as being typed into google or amazon by the searches but you don't understand the lives of the searches and the search intent is always going to be a guest work so you really dive deep. I think and then the flip side of that is by diving deep into market research. It means you're creating a product is much more likely to actually exactly solve a problem for a specific insieme. So that the two sides of the same coin buddy okay so break down the steps towards what's step one. Step two step three. How do you do this. What's the routine. Yes so this is a market research side. The first thing is to start with who you are and what you know. A lot of people tend to start with keyword research and for example. Somebody who's twenty years. A doctor trying to see some brand plus it which he knew nothing about to send him. Could it be that we need to tap into your expertise in some married one. One example extreme example of somebody. I interviewed recently. Jason frontiers based on in florida actually formed the business for athletes and hip. One of his business partners has is a doctor of physical medicine. So in british contacts means a physiotherapists really genuinely expert. Very very expert in. And he's seven crawford athletes straightaway the have a competitive advantage built-in based on who's on the team which is something to really think about how you can get an item advantage built in because you have disadvantages already because you don't know what you're doing had this is your first time out with physical products or even if you go into new market and you've been selling in ten years or superfly may new market you have a built in disadvantage to build one in so. I think that's really important thing to be honest so brainstorming. What you really know. It's such a common story you just expressed and i've i've had these experiences. Well where you talk to people. And they have ten twenty thirty years of experience. In a certain industry or vocation and when it comes to them building an online business they go in just some completely random different like you know dream
"tan" Discussed on HowSound
"Did you like acting yeah. It was fun. Yes yeah i mean. I love living in the moment with people. I guess i'm gonna tell you straight up. Then i don't think i could act out a scene or i'm kissing someone for you know i just. I didn't know i could do it either. I was so what. What did i take. Seems incredibly personal. I mean that was incredibly personal. You know for sure but again. I think when i was doing it it was. It was more just like experimentation like. Let's see. i've never done this before. I'm gonna live in the moment. And then in the moment i was like if i was coming onto this person this is what i. This is the tone of voice i would use. This is who. I would become if i was going to come onto this person you know so i think the reason why quote unquote acting was fun for me is because i really was just being myself in a strange situation that makes you know and i think i think for me. The like the part of the creative process that i do really love is going into waters. I've never been in before like after after that acting day in the park. I ran six miles. Because i was like. I usually do a loop around a place. That's like three miles. And i was like what if i just did two loops today. I've also never run six miles before you know. And so i just feel like when i stretch my life in these different aspects. The potential of my life is so large. That's podcast producer and artist. Megan tan megan's currently piloting her own show. But it's not entirely about her just a little bit with a nod to her experience with millennials. She jokingly told me she's designing the podcast not to be about her. It's designed to be sustainable. Which i thought was pretty funny now. I should mention that. There's a big part of megan story on wild that i left out of this episode of house out. What happened after the date. And why did she need to dramatize the story when she could have just interviewed the actual person she dated. Well all tell you is. There's a major plot twist in the story one that i didn't want to spoil here on house out so you'll have to go. Listen however i did talk to megan about. Women experienced these types of situations regularly. I think not talking about it. As a fact of life is not honest. I encourage you to listen to meghan story. I then check out our extended chat at the post for this house out at transom. My thanks to the sponsors of this podcast. Px and transom to genevieve sponsor my editor and to the staff at transom thin woods hole. i'm rob rosenthal. Thanks for listening..
Megan Tan: Walking Away From a Successful Podcast
"Back in two thousand fifteen megatonne picked up a microphone and she launched a podcast a career. Really megan had never produced an audio story before but that didn't matter she had a story. She felt compelled to tell a memoir recorded as it happened. You're listening to millennial a podcast series about something that no one ever teaches you how to maneuver your twenties captured in real recently. I'm millennial. I graduated from college without a plan. Then i came home but things had changed. Megan stories were honest and intimate listeners. Loved millennial did podcast reviewers. The show took off. I made my first crucial decision as a postgraduate millennial and decided to move on with my boyfriend eventually though millennial wore her down since millennial was about megan the mike she picked up was always pointed at her. Everything in her life was fodder for the program. Her relationship with her parents. Her boyfriend work friends taxes. She felt like she couldn't put the mic down until she did. Megan closed up shop about two and a half years and forty seven episodes later. She had to. She couldn't take it any longer. I interviewed megan about that decision in two thousand eighteen. So here's this thing that you built with a lot of your own sweat and you become part of radio topi a- at the best month you have your four hundred thousand downloads and you walk away Do you know how many people out there who are making their own podcast. Right now would die for that. I wonder if they would though like when the thing that you love is grinding you into the ground mentally emotionally.
Ruth Wisse Discusses the Book Daniel Deronda and Its Insight Into Liberalism in England
"You were asking a before about how if i teach yiddish literature how i would have come to be giving talks and a series of lectures daniel dorando which is a book written by. I think one of the greatest british writers george elliott. It is a book however about the jews and it is one of the most astonishing Inciteful brilliant books imaginable. I can. I think you can spend a lifetime on it. The way one can with certain novels of dusty eski so first of all about this idea that people now have. You shouldn't appropriate something else. You shouldn't write about white. People shouldn't about blacks and nobody should write about his fashion where sombrero tan. Or any of that. That i do so think about this her last novel. This great writer writes about the jewish question. Essentially she's also rhyming but the woman's question but she sees the connection between the woman 's question and the jewish question in england of her time. What is her problem. Why does she turn to that. Well it seems to me that what she was really worried about is what you were asking what is happening to liberalism in england. How can one preserve liberalism in england as it is and she saw that one of the keys to it is what is going to be your relation to the jews if you cannot accept the jews as jews then you cannot really be a great liberal and she saw how difficult it was for people to accept that yes so there's this wonderful family that she creates in the novel the mayor rick family which is so hospitable they meet this jewish girl and they wanna take her in and they were the the boy the if the family wants to marry her. The girls want to adopt her. They love her. They love her and they say tur- you know you wouldn't even have to be christian and she. She says something. you wouldn't even have to be jewish. Jesus that's the first cruel thing that you have ever said to me. And so the so. The book is really Built around this idea of britain of england how it can accept the jewishness of the jews. And guess what it's zionism. Twenty years before zionist movement was
Kamala Harris Distances Herself From Joe Biden's Afghanistan Catastrophe
"Miranda devine on fox news yesterday. A new york post reporter had a pretty interesting analysis. Not only joe biden but of the fabled popular kamala harris the vice president she was. She's been front and center on all things biden. Remember all the press conferences with carmela harris by his side. Where is she now. Unfortunately this has been a debacle afghanistan. Joe biden owns it. He stinks of failure and defeat and she wants to be as far away from that she possibly tan. She's trying to keep her reputation intact. It's it's quite a betrayal of the vice president. I think not to be standing by the president side when he. He's now given to sort of speeches. I guess you'd call them in this since friday. Since this verse a problem started to rear its head. And it's i guess require remarkable that she has decided not to show solidarity with the president. And chose you where the white house is ash. She i suppose is thinking that you will be stepping into the president shoes. But i think it's really quite strange that she's forging ahead with this trip to southeast asia. Which i think is really a mistake. She's forging ahead. yeah she's going to vietnam. Where do we send the vp. Let's senator vietnam. Why don't we send her to antarctica. Maybe we could just put her in an outpost at the north pole gutters far away from this messes possible holy cow. What a mess worried right now. This is a true crisis.
What Is the Tapeworm Diet?
"The tape firm diet. Oh don't be real. Oh yeah see. The tapeworm diet works by swallowing a pill that has a tapeworm egg inci when the egg eventually hatches the tapeworm will grow inside your body and eat. Whatever you're eating the idea is you can eat whatever you want and still lose weight because the tapeworm is eating your quote extra calories. No no mall of that hasty lights. Yeah there's a few different times of tapeworms but it's the beef tapeworm or the tena saginaw data. oh good. it is usually used for these sort of quick weight. Loss schemes envy late. Nineteen th and early. Twentieth centuries advertisements touted quote easy to swallow sanitized tapeworms as a weapon against fat quote the enemy. That is short your life. Oh god as one to add recently showcased by the national women's history museum's website reads where things. Yeah that's super gross. Did they also cover the tapeworms and radium so you could find them in the night. Ooh you have like cool little disco parties in your belly. The nineteen teens truly the peak of human. Nope now this is the yeah. The nineteenth and twentieth century. That's still that's still that's reason. Yeah no no good can possibly come from any of this. Don't give yourself tapeworms. i can't believe. I have to say that out loud. So capsule solden pass by snake oil huckster and online today likely contain the microscopic head of the tangent. Saga gotta when people would order from snake oil medicine. It would typically be the head of this gross little tapeworm and it would develop into a thirty foot long tapeworm in your body. Oh that's so gross and not okay. It's not little hooks on its head and it would grab onto your intestines and start growing no and technically this is a parasitic infection called tan tan isis. It's called having well. It does actually cause weight loss. I bet because you have a huge worm inside your intestine eating all your food.
"tan" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I've been here for avenue. I did what i needed to do. And life focused on the podcast and then had my baby and then this opportunity came around. And i was like yes one hundred percent. Yes like you said. It's like the dream. I thought i was going to have to move to new york for an opportunity like this. So the silver lining of the pandemic is. Everyone's realizing you can do a lot remotely so grateful for that. And i just i love the team so much as simone oliver who are editor in chief cheese she she and so many other people on the team like really sold me. I just admire her so much and her vision for the future of content very much like a line with her and her values. So i'm really excited to be here and it's so funny that you say the high school thing because i get messages on instagram from people from high school that we did not talk about friends and they like pretended we were friends and some ask if they can go to events with me. I'm like you. I'm telling you the nerve nervous you get that to. You must get. Oh i get it from comedian people which i would imagine that the thirst among that world is even stronger but you just never know once you get a sniff success yeah. I'm sure this happens the all too. Hey can you give me a meeting at your network. Yeah or don't i spoke to you. What's in two thousand eight. Yeah audition like. I would totally do that if you were. My friend. And i was believed in what you were doing. But you haven't spoken to me in a decade hunt and you want me okay. Sure yeah let me just yeah. It's pretty wild. We'll have the audacity on town to the audacity. Why you can scroll up and see the last time you talk. That's what i'm saying and you're like yeah. You can two thousand eight as a lesson you asked me. You didn't even ask me how i was. Just yeah yeah. It's pretty wild. And i guess it works for some people but now once the independently wealthy thing i respect the lifestyle i respect your nerve but it is pretty whack. Yeah i'm leaving you on red for sure exactly well. I am a huge refinery. Twenty nine fan and i love the mood. Yeah and so what. Okay i have to ask you one silly question. My assistant put this down. I think it's great. Are you allowed to ever go to work without makeup on as a beauty director. Is it like miranda. Priestly showed up at work in a sweatsuit. I was obsessed with that movie. I think that movie being wanting to go pursue magazine's editorial one hundred it sort of mine. What you were saying earlier. I wanted to do really analyst. Yeah yeah right. Totally under priestly. Yes i know. You don't have to wear makeup. Especially i even when i worked for bustle. I was remote so like day to day meetings. Now like yeah. This is what you're getting. Yeah hopefully i washed my hair for you but if it's like public facing like going to events and stuff i don't feel like i need to but i want to. I enjoy it. That's all things i miss about. Pre pandemic life is like looking q. But i'm also true grateful for not having to wear all the makeup every day but that's a good question because i also do think that there is this assumption that because i'm a beauty director or because you're a beauty editor and i'm sure same with kirby or even you like that. You've tried all the things that you are wearing all the makeup all the time that you're doing now we know about it and like we're in rhyming and learning but no we don't have to write. You only have one face. We only have one face in so many hours of the day. It's true that lends itself to my next question. Which is there any treatment or product or anything that you have a hard boundary with because in does that somehow affect your work or because you know what if they're like there's this new facial where they the bird poop or yeah. Is there something like no absolutely not going to do that. Because i've seen some refinery twenty nine videos where these girls go in. I know they're like okay. I will rub the bird poop on my face. I will go into the whatever place and do this. Wacky thing totally know our our macro beauty series. Wow yes that's why it exists because there are other people out there who want to do it. We subcontract out. Because that's and that's why. I went into this job or why became a beauty editor or an editor in general is because like. I wanted to be able to use my platform to help like share other people's perspectives and give platform for other people's voices and if that means like letting someone else try micro blading eyebrows. My mother because i will not do any tattooing or permanent makeup. 'self i feel like especially when michael beating was like a like. Everyone was doing it and they didn't do any research and i'm like don't do your puzzled fine. Though my hand is up. I got mine done at twenty sixteen and let me tell you something. It's still here. you're still here. Good though well thanks. This is pencilled in. And that's what i think people don't realize that you have to still. Its upkeep it's not like you wake up browse you gotta fill them in eventually might fade a little bit and yours will probably be fine. I have aunts. Who michael before. I was like cool. And it's julius grey and orange on their no mine is gray. Mine is gray. It'll it'll fade eventually. This is what you were saying. I was told. Oh it'll be there for two years. I was not told this as a tattoo on your face that was not said to me. And it's my own fault. It's my own fault. But we're saying now everybody asks sarah's death it's real. It's going to be there for a long time so do your research and make some decisions. But here's the thing too. Is i also really enjoy doing my brows if one of my favorite parts of my routine and i like to change up the shape sometimes but i respect everyone who has has done it and tried it and i know a lot of people still continue to do it. And if that's your thing that's your thing and that's the beauty of beauty right. That is the beauty of beauty. I wanna see your dad's eyebrows. I want send you pay. And i want you to do mine that those are my tools eastern also. Listen they were bad. The blading really did help. Because i had three eyebrow hair see. Yeah so it's helped for sure. Yeah so i think if you find yourself like me and papa tan. Yeah yeah yeah exactly. I wanna get my brows laminated. Oh yeah which. I think i will be doing as seen as the delta period again. Exactly yes sarah. And i are both in la but we are on zoom because we are being careful. That's what we do. It's exciting okay. Yes let's talk a little bit about refinery twenty. Nine beauty innovator award. I'm excited. what did you think. What'd you think first of all the aesthetic and the vibe our so fun. I'm the photo yeah. They're gorgeous absolutely stunning. So we were like trying to like the vision behind that which is a hundred percent not me. It's like are talented photo. Team was like we're just excited to touch and feel after being lost up inside and we want to go outside and rub the sunscreen on our skin We dislike yeah. It was like berry. We wanted it to feel like tangible so that was like what we're going for with these photos like they'll rubbing of the lip balm Yeah the smooth.
This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line
"So i do wanna talk now about your be attended cosmetic live because we all know and love. It's a ten hair care. What made you say. Okay it's time to get into cosmetics in color you know what it's a natural progression for me. It's a natural listen. Beauty is head to toe and I really wanna create additional products with underneath the. It's a ton umbrella so to speak. That really creates anything that a woman is going to need to get ready so be a hair extension. it can be The makeup it can be obviously be attend. Has the same type concept behind it. Simple easy to use multifunctional makeup. That you don't need youtube tutorials you don't need a million brushes. Have the applicators really built right into the makeup itself. It's kind of you pick it up. It's self explanatory. you use it. And you get those fashionable grade beautiful results. We go holy smokes. I can't live with this product. Those are the kind of products. I like to create and i want to do it in the color world is well obviously so i love it too and i have to say when you say the word color like. You've got some really bold bright colors. do you think that your inspired clayton lori. Okay florida by puerto rican woman. And we just you know we can do. We can do muted as well. But honestly i'm all about the pop and especially now listen. We're still mass occasionally. We're still like having to make our eyes pop and and when you take your mask off we have beautiful lip stains that you still have some lip on even if a little bit came off in your mask instantly. We have a brown scare boom a little little applicator. You have a popping brow at a great dual chamber mascara so things that are just gonna make it really easy for people to really have those professional grade results without you know a lot of work and that's all about. We need a ten minute face nowadays. You know what are you. What is the lip product that you're using right now. Your lips look gorgeous. Thank you so that is definitely one of our. It's our lip gloss And it's it's the one that was in the new beauty box literally. The beautiful thing about it is. I'm pretty dark skinned i. I can get very pale as well but no matter. What whether i have my summer tan. When i have my really kind of winter skin this color goes with so many different skin tones. That's one thing. I'll as well a b. Attend makeup is literally all the way from say. The palest appeals to the darkest darkest everything from our foundations to our our lipsticks to our i colors. They really are super diversified. And so it's really about being all inclusive with beauty Bracing your own natural beauty. We don't have this cookie cutter kind of a Type of you know. It's only for this totally for that.
George Hamilton and Elizabeth Taylor Were an Item
"Had a few people over for dinner and she had george hamilton. Who co starred with her was at that time. Cohabiting with elizabeth taylor george. Hamilton taylor minute. Yeah i've ever heard this yeah. This is some juicy gossip. Metaxas show george hamilton and elizabeth taylor. Elizabeth taylor had a big thing had a thing. Oh yeah wow oh yeah they were together for what. I've got a thing for hamilton's tan. But i just can't. He just won't give me the time of day he. He also lived in our building. You live in your building in the building that wait a second so caitlyn elizabeth in her chief. She was married eight times. yeah And but you're saying that she had She had many years Some kind of relationship with george
The Murder of Freda Burnell & Florence Little
"Hours earlier freida burnell had been skipping down somerset straight into abbott o'leary's bustling ten santa. This saw little freida in her black button. Boots red cap and brown coat all by herself didn't raise any eyebrows. The coal mining town she called home was small and locals trusted. Each other freida was running an errand for her father who was in need of some fade and poultry grit for the chickens. They owned he had promised his daughter. A penny as a reward for buying. This applies on his behalf at around nine. Am the bill at the top of the front door of mortimer's store jingled as freighter rented the shops specialized in livestock supplies. And while they had the chicken fade free freighter requested. They want any sex grit. Only loose grit frieda said she would home to oscar father if that would suffice. And if so she would come back but she never returned by light afternoon. Habita- leary's locals were assisting police and the bono family in trying to locate freida somehow during her journey. Home from mortimer's store. She had vanished without a trace the following morning a local worker finished his shift in the minds and begin the walk back to his home as he approached. Abbott o'leary's tan center. He headed dan narrow. So i'd alley where he stumbled across a hessian sack discarded in the mud. It clearly held stomping. The co worker examined the sack closely. Inside was the buddy of eight year. Old freedom no her remains had been dumped just to nineteen majors from her house. Freed i had sustained gonna blow to the head but it was the cord still wrapped around her neck that it caused her. Death at pace of cloth was stuffed inside her mouth and her wrists and ankles tied behind her back with the road. Her attacker had also attempted to ripe her. The shocking murder rattled. The typically carefree townsfolk freebies. Funeral was held on the straight outside her home to facilitate the lodge crowds of mourners. That wished to attend. They circled around her smoke. Coffin this sense of loss tinged with fee as they wanted who among them would carry out such violent and disturbing crime
The Disappearance of Joyce Yost
"Near as kim could tell her mother had last been seen late on the prior saturday night in her sister. Dorothy driveway to know if it had been twenty four hours. You be missing. Nobody you in twenty four hour started by the next day. When they're still wasn't anything. I begged them. Just meet me over there. Go in and see what's wrong you know. And so they met me over there but they made me go in. They didn't go in. I kim wriggled into her. Mother's apartment around noon on tuesday august thirteenth through a side window. She knew did not latch tight. She unlocked the door allowing her husband and a south ogden officer inside everything was clean just like she kept spotless. No sign of a struggle department was always tidy. Everything in the kitchen appeared as usual. She had a one of those automatic times. Copied kicked on and made coffee and the coffee pot was fool. They went into choices bedroom. All our jewelry and everything was on a dresser Anybody came in and robbed her. Everything just like normal. It's like joyce would keep it. Almost the bed was made. A single pillow sat at the top of the bed. It was a minor thing but joyce's bed usually had two pillows always used to falsely petillo that. Tv was right where it was supposed to be her toothbrush her cosmetics. All that stuff was in the bathroom. The pink dress. Joyce had worn to the officers club the prior saturday night sat draped over the back of a chair. Obviously she came home. Set the coffee pot. She had every intention to getting up on starting at her day and just never got to start. Kim looked in her mom's closet. Joyce had so many outfits it was impossible to tell if any of them were missing but she did notice something else. I found a wash cloth down between the dresser in the door and it was dried up and crumpled like had fallen down between detective. sergeant brad. Birch arrived at joyce's apartment that same afternoon to performing more thorough search. He stripped joyce's bed discovering the sheets and the pillow sham didn't match. He examined the wash cloth. It was crusty as happens when water slowly evaporates out of cotton. He smoothed it out. The front face had alternating stripes of pink brown green and gray. The back was tan with several rust colored stains dried blood.
Getting the Most From Your Self Tanner
"For me who's been tanning for one hundred years i still. I'm not great of blending at my mom's like the what's this thing called the hands and and it's really because then i do the same sometimes especially if i've been drinking and then someone goes. You have a beauty. Put teddy newton. It had ten. It's like well you know what we all make mistakes. And it's and the ankle's a hot as well. So i've got a couple of relatively foolproof formulas but i still want you to practice the model car. Natural tan is in the bright pink shoob. It's like a hot cold gradual tan. So they calling a regular tan. And it's a clear watt formula. Actually put it on last night. Because i just want a little something something. It's a beautiful like a berry light glow. You wouldn't even know and like. I didn't blend very well but it's a really beautiful formula. It's no itchy itchy to smell you from across no. It's smelly won the acre ten winter. Skin is a gradual. That's really great. You could be all that up the la- tan classic farm. It's unclear so it's a lot ten but it's clear formula so you don't get any god call us just make sure you blending well. The all of paradise tanning drops. So this is literally customizing anything you put them into. Pop them into somebody lotion in customize and you could build over a few nights just to get that right ten and i practice practice practice.
Death Stranding Directors Cut Details
"Deaths. Trainings director cut is packed. With a ton of new content enhanced gameplay features we are introducing new more weapons. Ah let me try this all again. I'm asking water. Kevin asked patrick about his colors. So what's going on with your colors. Seen a lot of browns tans creams. It's pretty for the desert collected. Just keep that sand motif going. Am i want to understand all of the. Yeah but also the photo above us blue. You have some blue hints. I liked that blue on your at the beautiful composition credit to my wife. Yeah risk good job. This is what rubik's cube green and the blue. You know that you see in that all right back board the playstation blog now than have coffee mouth death straightening director's cut his packed. With a ton of new content enhanced gameplay features we introducing more weapons equipment vehicles a variety of new modes missions and areas to explore expanded storylines and enhancements to the ui. We will also be adding new online features including friend. Play leaderboards more news on that coming soon. Then he talked a little bit more. So i'm jumping around. But for starters the content that we're introducing to death straining director's cut was all built and developed from the ground up following the launch of the original death stranding everything from the firing range area to the additional missions to the all new fragile circuit racing mode be aim was introduced new content that would further expand the world with in-depth stranding while enhancing the core gameplay experience. The new content isn't simply bolted on. Either it's been carefully woven into the core game experience and will be made available through discovery as you play. Most of the new content is fairly easy to find though there are some bits and pieces. That will take some time to find. Lock although i can't go into too much detail about the new missions and extended storyline at this point. What i can share is that a few hints. Haven't added the latest trailer. We've released to give a few clues as to where you can as to what you can expect.
"tan" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Like there is like a certain amount of some that is healthy to get and to get like it just it does. It looks like a little better. But i don't think that like anyone. It significantly changes ones. Like wait appearance and i don't think that like if you want to put some to appear a little bit more tan or like give yourself a little more color like it's just bronze or for your body if you go out to dinner and you're gonna put bronze around probably just like think about it as putting on bronze are right and i do want to say something. I learned growing up. Who i was a old try loved being ten again. I did it for all the reasons that she saying. I was like you know if. I can't lose weight at least look tan if i'm not going to be thin at least look tan and then i realized when i lost weight. Wow i don't really need to be that tan anymore. It's really fucked up. The super super tan doesn't even look good like the super tan. That i thought looked good. It doesn't look that good so like a light glow with some tan. Sunless tanner which. I've gotten spray tans. But we've gotten spray tans. But i love her hand. It makes you feel really good. It makes you feel really good and especially like if you know you're going to be outdoors and you don't want it like sit in the sun or can't sit in the sun. It's it's a great option. I wouldn't beat yourself up about it. What tackle one thing at a time. Wouldn't i wouldn't freak out about this. I think putting sunless tanner on you can still accept your body like completely. It's like again it's the equivalent of mascara like you're just a little bit enhancing. What's already there like getting boo talks. Like people get exactly exactly here. Here's another thing 'cause we could talk about talk about culture actually like a lot. I realized that like tanning was something. I only pretended to enjoy because all our friends do that. Like i actually hate tanning. I hate sitting in the sun. I prefer winter vacations. I get so hot board. And i one of the trends like no. Yeah like and. I have a horrible reaction to the sun every time i literally vomited from sun poisoning and columbia like you. I don't think you were there at the time. I knows expanded into literally. It looks like a character from avatar because of of the sun in florida one year. Like i wasn't there but i i should not be sitting in the sun and tanning and i finally accepted that about myself and i actually feel great to be. You know a crusader for skin. Care now think now. Spf every day. And i li- i feel that the act of putting it on for me is a form of self care but with my mother and my grandmother had basil cells on their face. Like i just don't like. I think it's okay to like. Leave channing behind if you feel ready yeah especially since you've had you had this like health scare to like your brain might over time like reposition sort of the same way. We re positioned like our our food has a rebrand now like navy. The sun will have a rebrand in your mind. Like oh maybe i need to actually protect myself from it. Not use it as a way to change my appearance. Yeah funny that people use the sun is that used to also like the weeks. Before caught like going back to college. In the summers. I would sit outside with no sunscreen. Oil like to to get darker. And i would get so red and like ten without getting read. So yeah yeah. The horrible thing about tanning is that it doesn't last. You have to continuously keep tanning i. It's just it's not worth it. I also think that like long-term it it really makes you look worse like like like like boat docks right right if you keep doing it. Rather billers philip. Yeah i think actually like because it goes away but yeah if you keep doing it makes you look worse when you're older. I think the long-term secret to like skin-care is really like hydration. 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The Freezation of Pam McGee
"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.
"tan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"tan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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C8 MCT Oil: Improve Fat Burning, Energy and Gut Health
"Everybody this is dr david dockers. Today i'm talking about see eight am cdt. Oil which is a powerful antimicrobial to help a digestive issues highly. Kito genetic has stimulated fat burning and all day energy levels. And it's something that i personally use on a regular basis summit show you how i use it when i use it and what to do with it but i'm also going to go over exactly what it is and the benefits that you'll get from it so we look at mcat's mcat's mean medium chain triglycerides in the number one food source for. It is coconut so coconut fats. Coconut one of the great benefits of coconut oil. Whenever we talk about coconut oil we bring up the fact that it is sixty five percent c. Have these medium chain triglycerides and it's also in palm oil. It's also in dairy fats like butter for example. And so when we're looking at this we break down what medium transfer goes rides to begin with. It's basically you know when we look at fats. Fats are carbon and hydrogen and so we've got c. six which is called caprio acid. We've got see eight which is acid c tan which is capri acid nc twelve which is laurich acid. And so we know that consuming. These mcat's helped stimulate kitone production which basically helps fuel. Our brain allows us to longer periods of time. Without food helps reduce hunger increased again one of the great benefits of consuming. Something like coconut oil.
Man Tackled, Banned After Running on Court During Wizards-Sixers Game
"The Wizards are gonna win this thing, it will be by the skin of their teeth were under three minutes to go. Dimitri and the Wizards. Now with 1 10 109 lead over the visiting 76 years of Philadelphia. This is game for MBA playoff series Round one Wizards down three games to none. So they gotta win or their season is over big production from Bradley Bill. He's got 26 points despite shooting three of 18 Russell Westbrook's got 16 points. 12 assists, 18 rebounds, dollars per tans and 15 points before he had to leave because of a calf strain. Six Your star player Joel and be left in the first quarter with the knee issue and knee injury and he hasn't played all game He's been out and the wizard trying to take full advantage again. 1 10 1092 28 left. In the fourth quarter. Philadelphia's up three games to none in this series, unfortunate incident earlier in the game of Fan tried to run onto the court was tackled by security. The word is this fan. It will be banned forever from Capital One arena and now is facing charges by D. C. Police
Darts Library for Time
"Name is gina tan. And i worked for unit date. She's a she's doesn't serve button. I had invited you on primarily to talk about a python library that i've been working with a little bit that you were one of the maintainers and i think original author of and that's darts. What's the high level pitch for darts. What is it in. Why do people like it so darts is like you said. He's a biden library. Which was primary goal is really to make it easy and straightforward to forecast time series but also we have a vision for eighth we want to do more than forecasting so we want to just make it easy to work with time series and all sorts of stuff like also anomaly detection etc but for the timing darts really time series forecasting library from. Let's say a software engineers point of view someone who has a time series problem. But maybe not the academic background in arena. And this sort of thing can they use this tool. Yeah that's actually the goal. One of the goals to really make it easy to lower the barrier of entry for building and using forecasting models and also testing these models comparing different models experimenting with different forecasting approaches. Hopefully tizzy enough. We are really trying hard to make the libraries as easy as possible to use without compromising to much on the functionalities which is the challenge in itself. I would say but ease of use is really the main thing we're trying to optimize for.
NFL Draft: Players Selected in the First Round
"With Aaron Rodgers wanting out of Green Bay, according to reports a night that ended with pick number 32, the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers going with AH, linebacker from Washington, Joe try on and there's a lot more to come. And there was a lot that was jammed in between those two big events. I thought it was really cool to thieve. The number of Alabama products six of them in the first round, which ties the record set by Miami. Back in 2004. I was thrilled to see Devante Smith go at number 10. Overall, The Eagles actually moved up to get in which I think is neat and they traded with E. Dallas Cowboys, their NFC East rival to grab Devante, and he's impressed me not only on the field, but off the field as well. Patrick's or Tan Hey, was sporting an incredible pink suit, though, is a lot to like about what we saw with the Alabama contingent. But also did you know it's the first time in any NFL draft that seven Players from one side of the ball were taken with the first seven picks in a row. Seven offensive players Bing Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing Bing Bing, first time that's ever happened where one side has had the first seven picks in a rose. There's a lot to
Physicians Volunteer to Help India Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
"It's part of India Cove. It s O s. That's a group of scientists, Clinicians, engineers, policymakers and epidemiologists who are supporting the fight against Cove in 19 in India. Now they're here to talk about their work and how you can help too. Doctor say Joel Tana is a infectious disease physician at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine High Doctor Tana I, Sasha. Thank you for having me and Dr Beneath Aurora is assistant Dean at the Uchicago. Pritzker School of Medicine. High Doctor Aurora. Welcome back. I saw said Thanks for having me back. I'll start with you. Dr. Aurora. When did you Start to become aware of how serious the situation had become. I think probably a few weeks ago. You know, before the images of the mass crematoriums and some of the other really devastating images that we've seen, um, of people dying on the street. Um we, you know a lot of us who are positions of Indian origin, Um, in the United States, and there are many of us are on WhatsApp groups with our families and friends and we were hearing that people were, you know, back home in, you know, families extended. Family in India were getting coded there asking questions. They were struggling to find oxygen. And so that's really when I think many people in the community in that are Indian on de especially physicians of Indian origin. We're hearing about this. Dr Tan out to that point a week ago, you tweeted something similar, You said woke up to the news of another family friend in India lost to the covert 19 pandemic. I know this is an experience that it's so many Indians here in the Chicago area and and across the country. That they've been having, especially in this past week. Yes, exactly. We found out through our WhatsApp groups, probably about two weeks ago that more and more family members and family friends were not only testing positive, but also going to the hospital and passing away. Um, it was really alarming. How Quickly it came on, I would say Even a month ago, people were having normal weddings and engagement parties and life seemed like it was back to normal, and India was a major success story, and it's completely changed. No doctor 10 a year in infectious disease specialist. What do we know that about what is
This Might Be the Worst Timed Tattoo Ever
"Leah. Holland's pre pandemic tattoo wins for worst timing ever leeann holland said. She pondered herself affirmation two for two years before she finally got it. If only she had waited just a bit longer competing in tiktok challenge for the dumbest tattoo. You've ever gotten all in showed off her. Ill advise inc. And it's a winner in tiktok video holland explained the tech was meant to reinforce being true to yourself and real and not pretending to be someone you're not but in the times ahead it would mean something entirely different it. Sorry that wasn't a part of the the twenty five year old said she got the tattoo on march fourth. Twenty twenty two days later kentucky announced its first case of covid nineteen. The rest is pandemic history. She pulled up her sleeve to reveal in. Read the tattoo. This is a farmer's tan. Just like germany just kidding. It's sad courageously and radically refused to wear a mask for the record. All in wrote on her post. I am not anti mask gay promise. She shared her unfortunate inc because of she explains i just kind of wanted people to laugh with me because i think it's funny now to okay. Doke paradoxically i have a tattoo. That says avoiding needles oxycodone or hydroxy. Go next sorry to bring a girl but without the pandemic that still a bad. She wanted a tattoo to express that she's confident. Outgoing virtuous independent and dedicated. Unfortunately the abbreviated design said. I am cova said. I'm not wearing a mask. Like that. Coward batman nor am i receiving the vaccine that coward wonder woman. May she rest in peace. Oh she had john johnson and johnson mexican. Jj jab jab jj jab real doctors get it or something since you get it. You didn't inch
"tan" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown
"Why don't you unpack. This no fell video formula. Because i think this is really going to draw the picture for people. I think this is going to put it a little bit more concrete structure for them. So as i mentioned earlier i have been in front of the camera for many many years. I was a long time tv journalist. I've made all of my mistakes. Live in front of a lot of people and when i started working with business owners when i started my company. I realized that the things that i did for. Tv for the news for my job. It was the system. I just didn't put it into words. Just i didn't have to. I was under a deadline. I had multiple deadlines a day and so focused on any of those pieces. I wouldn't get my job done. So i had to create this system to help explain to business owners. I was working with the path to creating video so zero video is to me a five step process and all laid out right here is five peaks. It's prepare position process publish and promote and again when i was in the newsroom when i was working under deadline i did all of these things. Just did them all at the same time and i did not wittingly. Didn't like think about it. I just did it. But then since then i've had to really break it down to help people who are not used to a deadline. Who are not used to being in front of the camera to really see how to make this work for them. So the one thing. I want to say before i kind of go through my five. Ps is that being on camera is comfortable uncomfortable for everybody for most everybody. Most people i work with. They don't feel comfortable. They don't like the sound of their voice. They don't like the way their hair looks right. Now i don't love the way my hair looks but you just push through knowing that the information that you're sharing the value you're giving is more important than anything else and the first step of my no fill video formula is to prepare. Unfortunately being on video needs a little bit more equipment than like logging or even podcasting. You kind of need a camera so most of the time a camera that you have that you're using to text with to check your stocks with is good enough. The smartphone that you have in your hand will have a camera that is good enough and preparing is just that preparing that preparing and making sure you have a camera preparing your audio to make sure that you're in a quiet place if you don't have an external microphone and then also making sure that people can see you so i do have a light on me right now but if you don't sitting by a window and making sure you're facing the window so that the light is shining on you is really enough. There doesn't need to be a huge monetary outlay. If that's where you want to start which is using what you have right now. And i know a lotta people kind of get stuck in the prepare mode. I know it. Because i hear all the questions. Oh you know. Should i get this camera. Should i get that an icee. Let's wait until we figure out how you're going to use video in your business and if you continue with it sure get the next level. Dsl our share. A picture with me. Because i love to stay ahead. I love a good camera just like anybody else but until you get to that point. Let's start with what you have. And then the next part is the next part that dumps people is the positioning that you have in your space. What are you going to say on camera. How are you going to connect with people who want to hear what you have to say and so positioning is really just figuring out who want to talk to on camera and giving them content. That will help them create value in their day so that could look very different for many different people when i do videos from youtube channel. I know that people are asking me questions about equipment. They're asked me questions about scripts and they're asked me questions about backgrounds and things like that so my videos are focused on giving them those answers. So i have a script template that i share. I have all kinds of equipment guide that people can download for free and if you look at your content in that way you can do the same thing for your audience. It's really funny. You know. I'm glad you brought that up. It's funny because i have. I think i have over one hundred videos on my youtube channel. And i would bet that eighty percent of them. The topics of eighty percent of them were questions. The people had asked me either. They asked me over social or by email or maybe it was in another video alive. I was doing. They had asked this question in the comments. But i take a lot of my content. The topics from questions people are asking me because after all i'm here to serve them. It's not about what's interesting to me. It's about what they wanna know. So i love that as a tip. I think that's a simple easy tip on how to start creating ideas of what you're going to talk about. I love this tip to is more more so in the last few months i've been on a lot of virtual call like summits and webinars with organizations with a lot of people who are on the call and they ask you a bunch of questions and so i'll take the questions that come in through zoom and i'll just save them a click save on the chat and take those questions and turn them into videos knowing that if one person is asking that question most likely someone else is asking it somewhere that i can figure out. Seo wise how to put that on youtube. But then i also have a piece of video that answers the question that i know that at least one person has so i can even send that video to that one person but it's not so much that we don't have content in her head or that we even have trouble organizing it is sometimes. We just don't know where to get started and to me. That's a great start. If people already asking you questions save it. Save it somewhere safe so you can refer to it over and over again. Just keep a running list. I actually have google. Doc and i actually have a note in my iphone. Wear whenever a topic comes up whenever a question comes up. I always just keep rolling index of topics and i usually put them in kind of title format. And then i use that as kind of the framework of what i'm going to create the content about whether it be a podcast episode or a video or blockbuster. Whatever it's just a habit that i've developed over the years so i think that's a great idea. I love that and my problem. Unfortunately i have a lot of ideas and a lot of different places. I put them in. So don't do that. Note to self right. Do not do that. If you're going to have a google. Doc have one not like five where things are difficult to find. And that's the other thing is sort of creating for yourself. A process that you will follow. I was just talking to a client. Just a bit ago and i said to her. What if you started a weekly facebook live to your audience. They ask you questions all the time they ask you all the time. All kinds of questions you have answers to that for them relate and you have answers for them that are related to your business. Maybe add some sort of product is out of stock. Or you're getting a new shipment of this or your hours changing. Why don't we have a weekly update like wednesdays at ten. Am that you can share all of the updates for the week and your audience knows to check in on that every single week at the same time and if they're not there live they can catch the replay. What i find is that me saying that is one thing but actually having them feel comfortable enough to do that is another so we just wanna give one tip dennis and you know. I know you probably didn't have to do this in the very beginning. But some people don't necessarily feel comfortable talking on camera so what you could do is just turn on your camera like turn on your phone. Swipe up put the camera on selfie mode and start recording yourself every morning after you get up. Maybe after you've had some coffee record yourself giving like a one minute tip of the day. It won't go anywhere it won't unless you wanted to won't go anywhere. Just have it on your phone and try that for seven days and then take a look at them. See how you feel about them after. You've recorded them. What you'll probably see is it wasn't so bad and then you're kind of building that muscle memory. You're like oh. I can do this. I can record this on my phone. I can share this tip. I can share that tip and it can be succinct. It can be valuable and once it's on my phone. I can share it.
"tan" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Discontent Synonym is Sullen as in black resentment filled his heart. Number ten is chiefly British subject to boycott trade union members as employing or favouring non workers, or as operating under conditions considered unfair by the trade union eleven. A of this is talking about propaganda conducted so as to appear to originate within an enemy country and designed to weaken enemy morale eleven be characterized by or connected with the use of black propaganda as in black radio. Number twelve characterized by grim, distorted or grotesque satire as in black humor. Number Thirteen of or relating to covert intelligence operations as in black government programs. Black Ish is an adjective and. The name of TV show which I've heard is very good and I. Actually haven't seen it. Black Li is an adverb and blackness is a noun. Now we have the second form of black. It is a noun from before the twelfth century, one a black pigment, or dye, especially one consisting largely of carbon number, two, the achromatic color of least lateness, characteristically perceived to belong to objects that neither reflect nor transmit light. Number three something that is black as three a black clothing, as in looks good in black. I think everybody looks good black rate. Three beat a black animal as a horse for a a person belonging to any of various population groups, having Dirk pigmentation of the skin. You know this depends on Where in the world these people live typically, it's in the warmer climates around the equator because there's a lot more sunlight and. Because of evolution, they needed to have dark pigmentation, and then the more or south go people's skin. Get gets lighter and lighter. For Be Synonym is African American. Number, five the pieces of a dark color in a board game for two players as chess. Number, six total or nearly total. Let me try that again. Total or nearly total absence of late as in the black white number seven, the condition of making a profit usually used with the word, the as in operating in the black compared to the synonym red. And the reason for that. Is because typically when the accountants are doing the books for business. When they've lost money, they write that in red ink and then when they've made money, they write that in black ink. That's why black Friday after Thanksgiving is called black Friday because that is when a business is usually start making money or make a lot of their money for the year. Now we have the third form of black. It is a verb. Inter yes verb from the thirteenth century, the first one is transitive and means to become black, and now we have a transitive definitions one to make black. Number two is chiefly British to declare as a business or industry subject to boycott by trade, union members. Now we have. I think it is pronounced Barack. Alder or Black Alder two words that second word is a l D e R. It is a noun from eighteen o five, and the synonym is the number one definition for the word Winter Berry. Now, we have black more looks like it's one word B. L. A. C. K. A. M. O. R.. It is eight noun from fifteen, forty, seven, a dark, skinned person, okay, especially the four a definition for the word black witch Maybe we should just remind yourself real quick. What that one is? Four. What there is no for a for that. What what are you talking about book? What for a for the word black? It doesn't say if it's first form second form third form, so is it the second four? Maybe it is a person belonging to any of various population groups, having dark pigmentation of the skin. Yes, thank you. Call it a black a more. This is oh. Okay, because it says it's an irregular form from the word, black plus more which. I don't know enough about this, but I believe Othello was a Moore In old old Timey, Europe The Moors were were black, our black are there still Moore's I? Don't know like I said. I don't know anything about this, but I guess they combine the words to make Black Amore. Now we have black and blue three words with hyphens adjective from the fourteenth century, darkly discolored from blood, a fused by bruising. Think we've all had some black and blue marks, before next is black and Tan three words with hyphens adjective from eighteen, fifty, one, having a predominantly black color pattern with deep, red or rusty Tan, usually on the feet, breaching and cheek patches above the eyes, and inside the ears. That's probably talking about an animal. Number two favoring or practicing proportional representation of whites and blacks in politics well. I'm not in politics so I. Haven't heard that, but I believe it. Number three frequented by both blacks and whites as in a black and Tan Bar, but why? I mean I. Guess Technically if you look at the skin of a white person depending on how white they are, it's somewhat Tan looking, but. Seems odd to me. And then finally we have black and Tan again, but this time there are no hyphens. This is a noun from eighteen, seventy, one, a black and Tan animal as a dog number, two is chiefly British a drink, consisting of a dark beer, stout or porter, and Ale or beer of a paler color. Number three would be capitalized the be and the T. Let's see a recruit enlisted in England in Nineteen, twenty to nineteen, twenty, one for service in the Royal Irish Royal Irish. Constable constable. Constable Laurie. How do you say this word constabulary shirt against the armed movement for Irish independence, and this is from the color of his uniform. Number four a member of black and Tan, political organization as in the southern US compared to the synonym lily, white okay. That sounds great. Well. I think I will pick black more as the word of the episode, because that was that came out of left field for me I had no idea I. You know I'm from familiar with blackened. I'm familiar with more even though I don't know a lot about Moore's but Black Amore. I was not familiar with so. that. Is it for this episode? Thank you for listening I know that I am not. I am not the right person to talk about issues of. Four four black people. I am aware of that I. AM aware that I sound like an idiot. It may have been smart for me to write something up ahead of time, but. That's not really how I do this podcast and I think you know that my. Are Good I just. I, just sometimes talk bad. But you know what these these are things that have to be talked about like said. And if I keep talking I will get myself in trouble, and that is not the first time that I have said that, so we are going to end this episode and I am going to record another one. Thank you very much for listening. 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"tan" Discussed on Code Story
"Jason Tan started his love of tech back in Middle School when his dad showed him the wonders of connectivity through Dial Up Internet after taking some beginner programming classes in high school and graduating with a degree from the University of Washington. He found himself drawn to creating powerful abstractions within software to produce outcomes for users though previously a hardcore video gamer playing such well-known games like Diablo. Two and three he has since moved on to dabble in freestyle rapping and singing and in two thousand six post college he worked for startups in. Seattle like Zillow. An OP defy finally two thousand eleven. He moved to San Francisco to start his current company and go through the Y combinator accelerator through some discovery. He figured out that a large area right for innovation and disruption was fraud. He then set out to build sift a product to power digital trust and safety impounding companies to unlock revenue without risk. Yeah so back in two thousand eleven be were lucky to go through the white combinator start incubator program in Silicon Valley and in the program Lee Head. A bunch of different ideas of what to pursue some ideas were consumer focused than other ideas. Repeated focused and in the brainstorming of these ideas invalidation. We asked a bunch of our friends who worked at companies. We asked the question of what problems do they need help with. And oftentimes they would mention fraud as the problem that they needed help with and back then co founder and I didn't know anything about fraud I didn't even know what charge back was at a look that up but as we dug deeper into this world it was obvious to us that this was a space that had not really innovated a legacy solutions. Were these massive rules based systems. That were highly reactive and difficult to maintain and just really not scalable for today's Internet and when we had studied how the really great technology companies like Google Amazon. Facebook BY YOURSELF. How they solve fraud internally. It was all driven through machine learning. And so that seemed like the opportunity where we could democratize access to that kind of technology. Large-scale realtime machine learning and make it accessible to the rest of the Internet that can't afford to hire you know armies of very talented but also very expensive engineers. Oftentimes fraud is not a competency or focus for these businesses. And they'd prefer to have someone just help take care of it for them and so that was eight and a half years ago and here we are today. I think our thesis has proven now where we're seeing Interesting shift in the industry because fraudsters able to innovate and also use technology themselves to move more quickly move at scale in a more anonymous way than ever. The offense is continuing to become more sophisticated in the defense. Us needs to catch up and continue to stay innovative and so right now. I think that there's a lot of opportunity for US in other folks to really re imagine how the Internet works. I think that we just play this out ten years from now right now today. I would argue. That much of the Internet is really guilty until proven innocent. They know you have to type in your password. You just typed it in twenty minutes ago yet to pull out your phone. The do two thousand occasion took a bunch of letters and numbers robot. All of that is really in my opinion a necessary. I think we lacked the tools even though we should have the tools and services to more intelligently decide who we can not trust and so right now. Today we're left with the experience. The often feels like airport security right. Nobody wins Mattsson in that scenario and so for us at sift the ultimate vision of the company is to really help everyone trusted internet and reimagined that default user experience in instead of us. Having gone through airport security most of us should deserve a TSA pre experience where we can just slide right through. Whatever we're trying to do now because we know trustworthy and only add friction and extra security. If someone isn't trustworthy right that makes sense. So you're essentially not solving a problem until there is a problem. I really really liked the analogy to the keeping up with the offense and you know up leveling your defense based on you know what the offense is doing. That's that's a really cool analogy. Let's go back to the eight and a half years when you first started the company. Tell me about the MVP. How long did it take you to build? And what sort of tools did you use to build it? Yeah I would say that the MVP probably took about eighteen twenty months to build because we didn't quite have domain expertise in this arena. And so that was both a gift curse. I think on the curse side. We didn't we didn't know we had to do. A lot of customer development talk to our potential customers understand their needs the problem domain really intimately by the same time. The gift was that because we were outsiders in some ways and we had strong prior experience building. Small scale scale distributed data systems. That new perspective really helps us a thing. See the world differently in green a more innovative solution in terms of technology stack. You'll be made some poor choices that I I definitely regret but it is what it is not we had used ruby on rails console. Us Mongo. Db and not that Mongo itself as Portugal Molly Choice. But given where our company is going to go in the needs of our customers. It just was not the right database technology to use eventually switch to h base in our big table in Google on Google cloud platform. Basically the way I would describe the MVP was he would send us data as a customer. You Send US information about what your users are doing on your service. How they're behaving on your service in we get this event stream whether it's like a log events or account creation events or transaction events and then our job at sieves is to assess the risk and is this person behaving in a trustworthy way or they'd behaving in a suspicious way because we have prior examples of fraud to learn from. We're trying to correlate that behavior with that those prior examples and so the MVP was very simply just input output through an API so input of data output of a risk or. Have you ever spent a bunch of time? 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I understand relate on the technology decisions early on you make short-term in decisions to take on technical debt to make product happen and then you grow from that so let's dig into those a little bit though. Tell me about some of those decisions and Trade Offs. You had to make in the short terms. You mentioned you know choosing rails for the console in choosing Mongo for the database. And you know why. Did you go down those paths when you did? Yeah I mean I think honestly the mindset time which I don't regret I think is correct mindset for most startups in their earliest years is just move very quickly and test different versions of the MVP until you find the true MVP Concept of not to use overload determine but product market fit. What is that bare minimum set of features that customer is willing to pay for and trying to learn very quickly without spending much energy to find that match? And you know I you know Mongo. Credit and rails are designed to be very easy to get started with right and low.
"tan" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
"There. Turn show. I think they were relying on tan mom to be angry. Crazy pan. Live out to ever. Yeah, but tan mom was in a good mood that night. She didn't act crazy or fight with anyone, peacemaker tan sending, and even try to like fuck with our end. And the and the host goes, he asked the audience, who do you think's going to win the beauty battle and the audience? They had them cheer more for pale mom and then Tam on the go. So what do you think of that tan mom and Tim, mama's like, I don't care fine. Zen zen tan, mom, and I think they hired her to be crazed several times throughout the night. They like sort of hinted. They wanted her to drink like to go back to the green room drink. Do you want some wine, Tim? I'm they got demure. They're trying to turn Bruce banner to the hull. Yeah. Well, what the look look, what happened? Just goes horribly wrong. They tell tan, mom, you know the the audience is all rooting for pale mom, and it doesn't bother. Let's hear it. If you think tan mom is going to win the competition. All right. That was about a six on the decibel scale, one to ten, let's hear it. If you think pal, mama's gonna, win the competition. Okay. So I'm going to go over to tan mom and see what she has to say about that ten mom. Did you hear what just happened here? That's great. I mean, I have to be honest with you. It doesn't matter either way. I'm just really happy be around everyone. And yeah, it is a beauty competition. I think everyone's beautiful. I can explain it. So there's my answer. What. Now it turns on, turns out the Tama becomes completely normal on a full moon, and unfortunately, it's a full moon out there. I'm actually voting for her. Sturge..
"tan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"I was a child i did get ten it's weird i don't know what's happened but i'm okay with that for the reasons we just talked about yeah but just the summer i don't know what it is i have been especially the fact that i'm so into green beauty but i am really interested in getting a spray tan like i really wanna get a spray tan have you ever done it no but i want you and i don't even care i don't care what chemicals they spray on me but we're headed i i i'm certain i think you know me maybe i would look good but the tan i don't know but i noticed some of my friends you know i'm like oh you just look so healthy intone like well it's got a spray tan kind of when people were saying you look really good you look happy you look healthy i don't know what it is exactly so i think i'm gonna get a spray tan but i'm kind of scared that i'm gonna look like ross from friends remember otaly i o i in one once before did they like i didn't love it you did i didn't love it i felt like i went a little orange but that is also kind of my skin undertone i feel like you might that might not be an issue for you okay i think i'm gonna try it when i have a week ahead of me that i don't have anything really important exactly and just we go on we always go to california in july and that is i will say that is the one time we always go to laguna beach and we literally spend every day at the beach and it's the one time that i feel a little bit i feel a little insecure because i am kind of pale and i just and so i've been thinking about getting one before i go on this trip but i mean i get that like a group of friends and i always go to the desert every year there's like twelve us that spend a spend a vacation sitting by the pool and we're doing it in august and of course we're all already talking about like how are we going to get tan got some caller before the trip like god forbid we see each other in our natural skin tone in bathing suits god forbid do not do that don't my mind so i think i'm gonna try the spray tan the summer and then also so do you ever use self tanners at home or you strictly true son or a bed well i have i have used those as well but i mean they're streaky it's and i think they're the same chemicals as in a spray tan so you know i just turn orange right there is one that i tried this past year anyone's looking for a greener alternative the brand is called eko tan e c o tad and they're based in australia which i'm like that gives them credibility i mean it's austrailia there so temple air gotta be amazing and i used it and it looked good but i i don't have anything to compare it to have to let people know that i don't know what other self tanners look like but i thought it looked pretty good but i i don't know all those tips and tricks people like well you gotta explicitly eight put like moisture is your heels in wash and i it seems like too much i don't know i don't know it's a whole thing but you should try spray tanning 'cause they do they kind of instruct you everything to do like there's this you go into the booth and there's this barrier cream that you put on like your heels and your knees any place where you.
"tan" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"Getting curious i'm jonathan venice and every week i sit down for a thirty minute conversation with a brilliant experts all about something that makes me curious this week we have none other than gorgeous tan brands star of queer is net flicks fashion guru cannot which at well you guys hold onto your blue violet shimmer light shampoo because i've got someone here who likes to use it a lot if you could tell that gorgeous hugh little baby laugh is if you guessed someone whose name is friend friend friend tough dr france temperance tanis here you guys high of ruin hijack it's okay you can say okay avocado we talk about that real quick no okay fine okay jonathan fun nets is shows how much i know my boy so gentlemen nastiest do go by the name jack when he was at school and i didn't know this until like six months ago when filming a one of his friends on the phone and she kept saying jakobsen talking about afterwards i questioned it and he said when i was school i go by jack my nickname is being jack my whole life so i could start calling him jackie said yes but only in private no is no private any but i won't know who you're talking to and i won't like it and it's not a tournament dermott unless you're my mom or tan so if you do it i probably won't like you very much do not do that that's not appropriate only i can say that well i mean it doesn't really bother me and just like won't like you'll never take a selfie with you so it's like your yeah yeah that's mine lina tan so every episode of getting curious is a question and so far you know it's like it's kind of you know who are you i mean who is tanny benny that's i'm doing one with the boys and it's kind of been like you know who are who are you gosh that's a tough question who i well i mean we can get together like you don't have to anthony is it really scratchers opening to show she could well i guess one question for you that we could start with is a question about me oh which is what is what is the first thing that you thought when you met me oh my gosh okay so honestly the i i if it's not that.
"tan" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"And they open a door to another experience um in movies can do that books can do that but the the contact with the paper the the notion that human hand drew this it makes it more intimate it makes it that it did their entire world is seen through their lines and that's that's really exciting for me anything else in the syllabus though we could just throw in there oh the arrival by shawn tan a wonderful book it looks so of so like a kid story book sort of like a chris fawn osberg beautifully illustrated silent story which is a kind of sir realistic meditation on what it's like to be an immigrant in a strange new place sean tan moved from i believe it was malaysia to australia when he was just a kid and he and he really makes you understand what it is to go to such a new and alien place he does it beautifully but also it's really terrific to approach comics without words the to pick something at words through your first encounter because then you have to recognize the degree to which pictures our text pictures are meaning they're not just illustrations the pictures do the talking in notes still in popular culture because of volvo innumerable movies and such the the super euro is a dominant form in comex is there something that you find that you enjoy in them lakeway is a is it something that's lost to you at this point what is your feeling about them right now i've lost some of the joy that i had when i was first reading superhero comics but i still i liked the medium i think the medium has an important part to play and comics culture but still i'm i'm kind of happy that were becoming a little bit more like japan we're starting to see more sean ras come in one of the big revolutions now is in kids comics in fact it's the best selling cartoonist in american hours rain atocha meyer who does comics for kids and those comics ta.
"tan" Discussed on Are You Real
"Together this isn't so much meat teaching you but me finding out you know how can we reach an staying in his voice and learning together and says i'm super excited about that and really what i want to share with you today comes out a luke tan an interesting lee when we look at the church of america and when we look at the church of jesus is day when we look at the early church of acts we know that those two did not look the same and for me for many years i've dispense spinning that really spinning it in my mind over and over and i really believe it comes down to this you guys i really believe that it comes down to a piece of our identity the church meaning people meaning me you we do not recognize and we do not truly now our identity and so as i was kinda spin in that around and discounts in not the very first place i think to go is luke ten you guys remember it well in luke tan the lord's sends out seventy two apostles now really interestingly the chapter before in luke nine jesus had some out his twelve disciples but when we get to luke tan he sends out his apostles in the two chapters parallel each other very similarly but i believe that luke tan really has some amazing keys for us and how we are going to link together because remember they were sent out to buy two how're weaken a link together to get into our communities who reached the lost heal the hurting and to return hope to our communities in so interestingly i want you to catch this about our identity because i'm convinced when the.
"tan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest amy tan is best known for her novels the joy luck club the kitchen god's wife and the valley of amazement her fiction has drawn on her extended family her grandmother was a concubine and china tens mother was married to an abusive husband in china she left him for another man who had worked with the us information service agency in china as a ham radio engineer they married and emigrated to america where amy and her siblings were born in america her father became a baptist minister amy tan tells her own story in the form of a new memoir titled wear the past begins and in telling her own story she writes the stories of her parents and maternal grandmother as part of her preparation she went through seven large plastic bins filled with memorabilia letters photos and family documents including her parents student visas notices about possible deportation and their applications for citizenship bush they did get she also found condolence cards from when her father died of a brain tumor her brother died within a year also of a brain tumor amy tan was in her teens at the time amy tan welcome to fresh air aand our seeming to me reading your book that you had to really different sources of seeing the world one from your mother one from your father your mother was the daughter of a concubine she grew up in china and there new mother was married to a man she described as evil who forced her to have sex um and who you know she had like but five children with him one of them died one of them with stone born.
"tan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest amy tan is best known for her novels the joy luck club the kitchen god's wife and the valley of amazement her fiction has drawn on her extended family her grandmother was a concubine and china tens mother was married to an abusive husband and china she left him for another man who had worked with the us information service agency in china as a ham radio engineer they married and emigrated to america were amy in her siblings were born in america her father became a baptist minister amy tan tells her own story in the form of a new memoir titled wear the past begins and in telling her own story she writes the stories of her parents and maternal grandmother as part of her preparation she went through seven large plastic bins filled with memorabilia letters photos and family documents including her parents student visas notices about possible deportation and their applications for citizenship which they did get she also found condolence cards from when her father died of a brain tumor her brother died within a year also of a brain tumor amy tan was in her teens at the time amy tan welcome to fresh air a are seeming to me reading your book that you had to really different sources of seeing the world one from your mother one from your father your mother was the daughter of a concubine she grew up in china and there in your mother was married to a a man she described as evil who forced her to have sex um and who you know she had like but five children with him one of them died one of them was stillborn.
"tan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Support for this npr podcast than the following message comes from swell investing impact investing platform helping you invest in stocks that support clean water fewer diseases and renewable energy sources while also investing in your financial future invest in progress at swelled investing dot com from the uh why why in philadelphia i'm cheri gross with fresh air today amy tan author of the novels the joy luck club and the valley of amazement she has a new memoir in which he reflects on growing up her parents were immigrants from china her mother was guided by believes in curses and lock her father a baptist minister was guided by christian faith i grew up with these two different versions of fate an at a certain age i would prefer of the christian one that wasn't full of bad things goods in my mother's world fate also had to do with curses andy field helpless when there's a curse going on in your life tens mother was convinced there was a curse on the family after towns father and older brother died of brain tumors within a year of each other when tan was a teenager also book critic marine corrigan reviews death in the air that's coming up on fresh air hey i'm kelly mcevers and embedded is backing president donald trump has no record of public service but he does have a record in business ends on tv in our latest round of stories we introduce you to the people who were there as he built an empire and in name listen on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts.
"tan" Discussed on Final Games
"We tend not to talk about thirteen god within of thousand fourteen though is been an incredible success for squaring x and has i don't know if you've you've jumped fourteen oh you up to burned by eleven back in the day before team has is a fantastic game and then obviously fifteen his i think mostly been positive and sort of put the series back on the right track but yes since tan i think you know the series is sort of had a little bit of a dodgy name around it yeah it it it's almost felt like the five i don't know is it they've they've kind of lost what it meant to be final fantasy where it it felt like they it wasn't that they were trying to do too much it was just it kinda of felt like it win in weird directions and the story suffered because of it were were you have like these kind of nonsensical plot lines and it's like well why why my really playing this like there's there's nothing that's really grabbing me so there's no crazy i would add seeing mad clown for me to defeat what so i supposed to do right exactly there there's there's no one winged angel lay plates supposed to get into this gave but uh yeah no i i think you mentioned fifteen actually so fourteen i have tried to play 14 um but square eunuchs is registration system or whatever they use would not accept my credit card for allow so that's why i never got into 14thannual that dead killed that one and then a fifteen was okay on my god god i think i got about like twothirds of the way through it and then i got towards that final part i was just like no no i don't have enough time these days which is a shame because i think i think personally i think one of fifteen strongest points i think is attending.