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Fresh update on "tiktok" discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

00:34 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tiktok" discussed on Unreserved

"And do you get positive responses to from the indigenous youth and the non indigenous youth that you're that you're speaking to through your videos? Absolutely. And that's what makes it so worth it. Not focusing on all of the people that are wanting that negative attention and kind of turning it around and staying positive for the people that are watching and that actually care a lot of times with comments, I would reply to them and kind of give them the same energy that they give me. And now I just delete them and block them because I know that it affects other people in my comments section. So I just try and shut it down. I say that I'm blocky blockers and from block filled blockages. I think I live in that neighborhood. I will block you. So what are some of the things that you tell you when the after they've seen your videos? Just things like you've helped me embrace my identity. I wear my beaded earrings all the time now. It's just things like that that are so, you know, thank you for doing what you're doing. And sometimes I don't even know what I'm doing half the time. I just say what I say or what I feel and, you know, it's still like it hits me every once in a while, but it's like the youth, I don't know. I didn't have that growing up, you know? Yeah. I didn't have someone saying that it's okay. And TikTok does offer us so much freedom that conventional media doesn't. Do you see indigenous creators doing things on TikTok? With that in mind, like with community in mind, how do you see indigenous people using TikTok? I see us using TikTok as a way to just create our own community..

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Fresh update on "tiktok" discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:12 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tiktok" discussed on The Vergecast

"And we operate in the frame of Trump is definitely going to sell TikTok to Oracle. And we'd be like, no he's not. But we have to act like he is. We don't have to pretend that anything happened here. He did not tell Google that they were making this website. We don't have to buy it in this way. And I'm already seeing that glimmer of this, maybe a little more jaded, because we've all seen the competitors to Twitter, come and go. We all know what he wants to he needs a platform if he's going to run in. I understand it all. This is a hard product to make. Couldn't he just go by tumblr? Like it's out there. They like it. They're happy. Okay. Yeah, they're like, it's like the future of redressing. There's got to be a distressed social media. Tumblr already gone through. I mean, never mind. Okay. That's gonna make a live journal joke and that is too painful. I mean, the man is alive. He's a walking emotional. I will say there's one slide here where they're like, what if tech monopolies didn't rule the world? And they've chosen illustrated with the Twitter bird at the top. Sort of shining a rectangle of blue light on the Apple Google Facebook. It's a real strong grass. That doesn't make you just have to look at this picture. It's very good. I love the idea that he's going to launch a Twitter clone and then compete with Disney+ in the same minute. He's got the MCU unlock. He's got his own the multiverse. The multiverse. I will say one more thing about this, and then we can move on. The amount? In the documents in what we see. The argument is all media fragments on ideological lines. And all the tech companies are hopelessly liberal. So this is the time for a conservative network. On the next slide, it says a Big Ten approach and then 5 slides after that. It's also conservative media. That's fine. You can do that again. Trump, Josh Holly, Ron, there's all these proposals to reform two 30. There's this crazy law in Florida. They're all based on the idea of the government mandating neutrality. So Josh hawley, his proposal is nuts, right? The FTC will create a new commission, they'll review everybody's moderation proposals and make sure they're neutral. Desantis is like unless you own a theme park. This is how you have to moderate your service. If you're doing that on one hand, and on the other hand, you're like, I'm making a conservative social network. The thing the government is doing is making your business illegal. And it's just like, do we think that's actually going to happen? No, this is what I mean. Taking it seriously, you can take it seriously. Everything that they're doing on the other side of it is proposing things that would make an ideological split of social networks illegal. Have they thought that I don't think they thought that? Is that really what this would mean is that you couldn't have a conservative social network? How would you have a concern? What would you do on a conservative social network? You would amplify conservative things. Sure. Well, that's inherently not neutral. There is no such thing as neutrality. Well, welcome to the verge. This is why this is ridiculous. If it's a liability thing, I understand that. If we're talking about platforms need to be their algorithms need to be liable for what they do, that makes perfect sense to me. But the idea of the government somehow mandating neutrality is absurd. But this is every two 30 reform proposal. Yeah. I'm just saying that the heart is incredibly inconstitutional. Welcome to the first cast. So what is neutrality? Is a great verge question? Yeah, another hour in that. But yeah, this is the dynamic of all of these is you do some thing because you're mad about two 30 and you end up in a First Amendment problem. Which is why the Florida law with a theme park exception hit the courts and was immediately put on hold. And the judge was like, have you heard of the First Amendment? It's the first one. That's not a complicated idea. So I would just point out this besides getting a lawyer besides getting the lawyer some Chevy trucks mad at them. Besides the spec complications, which, I was just pointing to our post because Liz and Sean do a better job at that than I ever will. And besides the inherent conflict between what they would like to change the law to be and the business case for the company, they're also not good at making websites. Please hold on. It's coming for AWS. Disney+. I would like to see the Trump Avengers movie. It'd be pretty good. Okay. We're going to take a break. We got to talk about Apple had an event this week. There's a lot has happened this week. We'll be right back. Getting new furniture isn't always the most relaxing process. Who among this wants to pay enormous shipping costs just to spend an evening sitting on our living room floor, putting it all together. Personalizing your space shouldn't be stressful and no one knows that better than burrow..

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The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

ICYMI

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

"Just in case. You haven't seen this yet. We're talking about a kind of creepy kind of charming little dancing ladd. Who sings about berries and cream and has completely endorse old tick-tock. Well that little ad is obviously benny from the boxcar children. Benny one of the bucks for children has a very big obsession with berries and cream. Much like all of our listeners. Here's a note from maria says okay. I've not been on and maybe a day and a half and now everything is berries. Increase cream slush. Little ad helped that spelled h. a. l. p. i feel like i'm too old for tick-tock yet still young enough to use that spelling help maria. That's that's a really excellent way to describe microgeneration halley by email said. Please help me with the little lad. Why is it over my sap. What does it mean is it a simple of our collective spiral into madness. All these questions are very pressing meet wants us to explain why they saw the berries and chromatic talk wants two weeks ago and now therefore you pages berries and cream mashed up with my chemical romance and mariah carey and frankly before we go any further. Now that i know it exists. I simply need to hear what berries and cream and mariah carey mashed up sounds like berries and cream knew it was coming. It's still brought me joy. That's the thing about these mashups. Is that whenever you see them on your sap it's always someone being like. Who made this audio and so you know something is coming and yet. It's always just a delightful little

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Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

"I want you to listen to this from joy Reid on MSNBC Monday I meant to get to it but I'm going to get to it now Gabby petito was murdered And they're looking for her murder right now Her ex-boyfriend she happens to be white And so joy Reid notices that above all else A white girl A white girl This bastard joy read should ever ask fired Because she's a hate monger And she's always been a hate monger on social media with gays and others And she's hired by MSNBC part of NBC owned by Comcast Listen to this cut tango If you've been watching the news for the past few days or on Twitter or TikTok you're probably familiar with the name Gabby potato The 22 year old aspiring social media influencer who was reported missing after her fiance returned from their van life excursion without her On Sunday human remains believed to be potatoes were found in a national park in Wyoming An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to confirm the identity Now goes without saying that no family should ever have to endure that kind of pain And the potato family certainly deserves answers and justice But the way this story has captivated the nation has many wondering why not the same media attention when people of color go missing Well the answer actually has a name Missing white woman syndrome Missing white woman syndrome You see You all must be familiar with missing white women's syndrome because you're all afflicted with it

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Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

Daily Tech News Show

00:15 sec | Last month

Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

"Ireland's data protection commission open to investigations into tick-tock. The first covers how the platform handles. Children's data and gdp compliance generally while the second will at if tic tac is in compliance with personal data transfer regulations to third countries. Specifically china

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Fire TV Omni Series Announced

Voice in Canada

03:08 min | Last month

Fire TV Omni Series Announced

"Week, I want to tell you about a new line of products that Amazon has announced. And this is the all new fire TV family. Today I want to focus on their flagship series, which is actually called the Amazon fire TV Omni series. And by the way, if you do want to look at these, I do an affiliate link, you just go to voice in Canada dot CA slash fire TV Omni. Fire TV OMI. So let me tell you about this. Here are some of the key features that this brand new TV series has. First of all, of course, it is Lexi hands free controlled. It's got four K ultra high definition and Dolby digital plus. What does that mean? Okay, so first of all, with regards to Lexi, the TV itself has far field technology built into it, meaning that it can hear you from across the room, just like any other Amazon echo device. What that means is that you can now use your voice to experience TV, but also use a device for music for gaming and a whole bunch of other things that we can get into. You can simply ask Lexie to tune into your favorite show. And she will jump right into the program you're looking for, so that means you don't have to remember a channel. You don't have to remember what streaming, service you don't remember what input device you're using. You can also use your voice to control playback. Closed captions, brightness, manage your TV, soundboard volume, switch inputs, and there's so much more. And of course, you can actually set up routines as well. So for example, you could say Lexi kick off my day and the TV and smart lights can turn on. Lexi can share the weather, for example, can maybe read you your calendar, and then it can just tune in to the news on your buyer TV Omni series TV. The other thing that it does, it allows you to easily connect with other echo devices in your room if you want to do that. So you can create a incredibly high fidelity audio experience with stereo sound as well. There are some other smart features that have been built into this. You can example say Lexi play something and she will start playing you something from your favorite streaming service. You can also say Lexi play TikTok and Lexi is now an integration with TikTok. And it has picture in picture where you can use the TV to view what is going on, for example, at your ring smart doorbell and camera while you're watching TV and of course, you can control that with your voice. And a really nice aspect, of course, is the ability to share video communication through lexy calling and zoom and you can do that by your voice as well. So this TV, this particular TV, the Omni series four K, ultra high def smart TVs come in a whole bunch of sizes, 43 inch 15, 55, 65 inch and 75 inch. I'll just run through those prices for you quickly. The 43 inch is $520, the 50 inch is 650, the 55 inch is 710, the 65 inch is 1050 and the 75 inch is 1400. And again, you can check all of these out at voice in Canada dot CA slash fire TV

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Doctors Warn Against Milk Crate Challenge

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Doctors Warn Against Milk Crate Challenge

"They're very creative, some of the things that they're doing this, but some of them are dangerous. Yeah, There's one of those going on right now. There is Called the Milk Crate Challenge. If you take a listen Yeah, Tiktok videos show people stacking milk creates in the shape of a pyramid, attempting to walk up one side and down the other, often falling one post. My health insurance does not cover the crate challenge. Dubbed the Milk Crate Challenge. Doctors say it could lead to broken bones or even life threatening injuries. George can't sue Days. An orthopedic surgeon in Virginia, replying to one clip, saying the orthopedic surgeries required to fix problems caused by this may fall under the umbrella. Of elective surgeries. Christine Goodwin, Fox News Snap

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Shopify, TikTok Team up to Let Users Shop From App

the NewsWorthy

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Shopify, TikTok Team up to Let Users Shop From App

"For the first time people on tick-tock are going to be able to buy things without having to leave the app. It's part of the social media. Apps expanded partnership with shop by shop. If i allows business owners to easily set up an online store now it essentially means creators can turn their tick tock accounts into a storefront with new shopping tabs. Tick-tock is testing this out with a select group now. It wants to expand to all shop if i users this fall already. Facebook and instagram offer in-app shopping and fortune magazine reports. Total sales through social media. Apps could reach as high as fifty billion dollars in the next two

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Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals

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TikTok Is Making Tax Policy Cool

Reset

01:53 min | 2 months ago

TikTok Is Making Tax Policy Cool

"Dylan last month. You wrote about the tick-tock response to the child. Tax credit which are the monthly payments of up to three hundred dollars that went directly to parents in need during the pandemic. So what is it about these checks that made them so me mobile so i think The most important part of it is that the checks were not universal where nearly universal for the people being targeted. The child tax credit goes to all but the very richest parents in the country. Parents are very large group Parent mom dad focused to talk in facebook and instagram are all phenomena already and so it was very easy unifying thing and i think beyond that it all landed at the same time we not child caps. Probably your account on. You have no idea. It's it's not. As though people applied for at different times in started receiving edge of times it all rolled out on july fifteenth. And so when everyone's getting a sudden Deposit to their bank account at around the same time that makes it very easy to make content that people will relate to and dave. You see a lot of memes on tick-tock related to all kinds of big news. Events is tax policy. Usually up there as the most likely to inspire amine. It's not it's not the number one news event that might be driving different. Sort of tick-tock memes. But that's not to say that it couldn't be in this case it definitely was. I think it's really just about something any news. Event really that or government policy. That is easy enough to understand. And i would say under fifteen seconds. Don't make really good point that it was happening to a lot of people at once so the simultaneous nature of that where we also we're sort of experiencing that once really helps I think it all the way back to march twenty twenty when take talk had just a huge growth. In people that downloaded it was because the pandemic never was experiencing the same thing at once so a lot of the talks including washing post. Docs at that point. Where just all about going insane at

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TikTok Made Me Buy It

Reset

02:03 min | 2 months ago

TikTok Made Me Buy It

"The other day our boss. Julia came to us with a problem on slack and the problem was created by tectonics. Sarah v the skincare brand. That she's used for years and years has suddenly become incredibly popular with teens. Thanks to some talks recommending. It more charlie to getting our morning teens using ceremony for me. I like to use the from now. You just can't get fair v. So we found ourselves embroiled in the conversation about how impossible it is to wash face these days. Thanks to the kids if this is a pretty common occurrence. Actually that talk sends a product viral. It's not always necessarily a really good product but rebecca jennings a senior reporter for. Vox recently wrote about this phenomenon. Rebecca do you want to tell us about it. I would love to tell you about it. Okay so rebecca. It seems like tech talk is selling an incredible amount of stuff at an incredible rate. What are some of the things that people are buying because they see them on tech talk. People are buying so many things because they see them on talk. I think we see a lot of beauty products going viral. That eventually selling out at local drugstore is there are candies. there are snacks. there's toys it's really anything that mostly young people want but at the same time there's there's also like cleaning products that go viral and then are then hard to find so why is talk so good at making things go viral. There's a few reasons for that. So one is like ticked off his good at making pretty much anything go viral. Whether that's a person or a song we've seen that a lot over the past two years and it does the same thing for products essentially and the rain reason is because of its algorithm and how that works and so if you are a person who wants to just become very famous very fast the best place for you to go take talk because what it does is even if you don't have any followers theoretically if enough people like your video as the algorithm shows it to more and more people and if they like it and if they engage with it then that will like snowball into a bigger and bigger audience

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

"And here's You want Fantino laughing down. And, of course, his country. Music star Reba McEntire tested positive for Covid 19. She announced the news on Tiktok. She and her boyfriend both tested positive. And they both were fully vaccinated. It is known, of course as a breakthrough infection by the way, according to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation. In late July, the rate of breakthrough cases reported among those fully vaccinated well below 1% in all the reporting states. I sure do you

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My Teen Makeup vs. TikTok Teen Makeup

Natch Beaut

01:29 min | 2 months ago

My Teen Makeup vs. TikTok Teen Makeup

"Was so desperate to wear makeup in middle school. All my friends started wearing make up before me and i had very conservative parents. My dad was just like your horror. If you were and i was like can i just wear mascara for picture day. That and i think. I was allowed to wearing it when i was like thirteen. Which now's an adult. I'm mike bet. Seems reasonable actually. There are thirteen. Year olds are children on instagram. That can beat face better than the drag queens unruly astounding takes has done for the previous culture. It's really remarkable. Really is the makeup on tug is so intimidating. It's crazy yes and like you. I like to watch the ones where they do. The transformation because it starts completely blank obviously and then by the end you almost forget what they look but then the video starts and they're acting all time they do a dialogue from scene. Or something yeah. I wish i didn't have a job. Because i feel like. That's my bread and butter. I would be killing that. Oh my god of the teens in their parents house living. Off their free rent alabama barker is my actual ceo icon. Some of these kids will lip sync my jokes from the number of special and they're doing incredible makeup during it. Okay well i don't have that scale so you just feel bad about yourself or really hot girl will like lip synch your bit and get way more views than likes and you're like oh could have been like this gin so much more successful but yes i think mascara was probably the first thing i ever bought and snuck it to school before i was allowed to wear it. Officially

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TikTok Reaches 3 Billion Downloads Globally

The Tech Guy

01:27 min | 2 months ago

TikTok Reaches 3 Billion Downloads Globally

"Was gonna digress. Just w- just noted that tech. Talk no i i guess i do have a talk show ever post posted. It now take talk is has had three billion downloads. How many people are in the. Us fifty million. How many people in the world. Seven billion three billion downloads. Now i mean does not three billion unique users. Because i know i've downloaded a few times myself personally. You know i do that with tic tac. I download it. I install it a play with it. I wake ice. You know suddenly realize. I've been talking for the last four and a half hours. The guy comes on and says hey you really need to go to bed literally if you if you're on a long enough tic. Tac puts up a video. That says get a drink water. Take a walk. You know you've been really on this for a long time when i see that guy ago I better go to sleep. I gotta work in the morning. When that happens a couple of times. I delete to talk in a rage. No more take talk for me and then a reinstall it a month later and then Rinse lather repeat kind of a thing. It's a love hate relationship. So that's why three billion downloads. I bet you half those people just like me and deleted and download and deleted

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Tiktok Star Wounded, 18-Year-Old Woman Shot Dead While Watching Movie at California Movie Theater

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Tiktok Star Wounded, 18-Year-Old Woman Shot Dead While Watching Movie at California Movie Theater

"Year old woman is dead in a 19 year old man clinging to life following a shooting inside a California movie theater Shots ring out late Monday night in a theater in Corona, California employees found the victims while cleaning the theater after the movie was over. 19 year old wounded Man is Anthony Barra has a popular tiktok personality with over one million followers

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California Movie Theater Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Critical

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

California Movie Theater Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Critical

"Year old woman is dead in a 19 year old man clinging to life following a shooting inside a California movie theater Shots ring out late Monday night in a theater in Corona, California employees found the victims while cleaning the theater after the movie was over. 19 year old wounded Man is Anthony Barra has a popular tiktok personality with over one million followers

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How Does TikTok's Algorithm Know You so Well?

ICYMI

01:34 min | 3 months ago

How Does TikTok's Algorithm Know You so Well?

"The wall street journal or team at the wall street journal under journalist stern created over one hundred automated talk accounts so accounts run by bots watched hundreds of thousands of videos on the app. And what they found was kind of amazing. Yeah i mean the pricing. I would say but amazing to see it visualized and put out in a concrete way. That isn't just you and i. I think this is how the algorithm is reading me exactly so many people have a kind of suspicion as to what makes them work. And it's kind of been informed by what to talk said which takes officially says that shares likes and follows player role. What content your served. But the wall street journal found that the most important thing was none of the choices you're really making. How much time spent watching it every second you hesitate or rewatch. The app is tracking you. Just how quiet. The north through this one powerful signal to talk learns your most hidden interests and emotions and drives you deep into rabbit holes of content. That are hard to escape. So each of the botts was programmed. Like a human like human with a very limited scope of passions. There would be a bought with interests of. Let's say depression and forestry that was one of the right like the sad tree loving bought it took to talk not very long to figure out the specific interests per bought somewhere between like forty minutes to two hours. A single night for me in bed on tick-tock.

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Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?

KIRO Nights

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?

"Job applicants going forward, calling all recruiters. These are the reasons why you should hire me. That's right. Resumes Harv making their way. To tick talk. That's right. It's a new trend Taking over the nation. The world tick talkers everywhere are trying to get jobs via the app. They're basically taking what they would have put on a piece of paper and saying it throughout 1 to 2 minute videos of them on tic tac dough, and let me tell you something. Some of them are correct, quite creative, including one from clearly Roberts, a student at Brigham Young University in Utah. She's 23. She said She was inspired by Elle Woods. Little montage in the movie Legally Blonde that basically was her like You know her tape. I don't if you've seen legally blonde, Shane, Have you seen it? Oh, yeah. You know, it's kind of my ultra persona actually is I like to pretend I'm in legally blonde? I really have a long haired blond attorney. Yeah, I'm sure I'd like to do when I go home at night. Yeah, I'm sure that works Well, anyway, so give a little look there. Uh, let me tell you something. She she was inspired by illegally blondes, Hollywood's and decided to put together her own version on Tiktok. Oh, hi. My name is Kelly Roberts. And for my marketing internship application. I'm going to tell all of you and take talk Why I would make an amazing injury. So I'm going to stop it there to avoid the cringe iness of the rest of the video. As it doesn't meet FCC standards. If you go beyond those first five seconds, this has become a trend, and it's worked for some people, including Christian Medina, who said he's an aspiring product manager who's gotten six different job leads since posting a tiktok video last month seeking a product management role. Yeah, six in just the last month, so it's working for some people. Now that being said,

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What Kind of Odd Character Throws a Goldfish Into the Lake?

The Gargle

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

What Kind of Odd Character Throws a Goldfish Into the Lake?

"This is all come from an awareness-raising announcement about not releasing your goldfish into lakes and bodies of water which brings up a very odd kind of character to me. The person who has bought a goldfish and not accidentally killed it but acquired a conscience that made that they need to release it into the wild. Yeah i like. They tried to create their own. Free willy kind of thing being under goldfish. These somebody tried to back a wholesome tiktok video with daiki now over there. Stand on the rocks. Hold the camera. I'm going to throw this fish out of the out you've meant to catch. It really is like the picture of the fish of listeners. Could look at it at home it. I would describe it as it showed size. Fish like

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"tiktok" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"All stuck inside. Let's let's do it tiktok. Yeah hey steven tyler. And adam levine. Get together on tiktok you think. Gen z israel. Into steven tyler. Yeah sure he. He appeals to oh generations. I wanna talk about. So we're we were talking about. I don't know what i wanna talk about. I know you're getting too excited. You're too worked up. This is what happens when you do a lotta research no challenges yourself take a deep breath. Porgy thoughts taking several deep. Those are free shallow. Should i talk about controversies him. Not not with like The the company with with tiktok irs themselves. Okay or i watched some tiktok in wrote down what videos the algorithm showed me scenario isn't going to be butts. No in fact not one was a but really yeah I'll tell you about the controversies man blood but this one. I think you'd be interested in to him. This I was gonna say woman. But i think i think she might have been literally a girl like a teenager. was heavily criticised a couple years ago because she posted a picture of herself riding a horse in the ocean and people who were very upset that it was. You know mean to the horse that that you can't get anywhere sweat yet. That's what it kinda was that then. Other like horse experts at the china and be like horses love swimming. It's fine it's good for them. What did they do to this girl for riding a horse in the water where they just roast dinner for having a horse no they were just they were trying to get our cancelled because of You know Being cruel to his hooves would get wet and cold visit like cold. Water like polar bear. No no no because like the girls. Legs were in the water. I think like you know she was. I mean the horse was in pretty deep wa thompson. Ever tell you about the time. When i was in a the sea and And you saw tim..

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The Complete Guide to Everything

05:01 min | 4 months ago

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"The case that the that it was organized on tiktok it was but there's no hard evidence of like and that's where a million people came from like. Certainly some people did it. And maybe a million people did do but there's really not is basically like tiktok with that idea is spread it around and then took credit when it happened but like there's not an official rain but then after that donald trump wanted to get rid of tiktok is like you know somebody told him obviously like this is what happened and he was like well. Let's ban that app. Do you remember this though. This really weird where it's like walmart's gonna by the app or like microsoft. Yeah they they. It is an executive order. Yeah i think so. That basically said you'll have to shutdown operations in the us unless a us company buys you. Yeah and to be clear like they. They of course have like offices. I think they're in santa monica. You know they have offices in america. It's not like everybody that works for. This app is over in china right See ad they wanted to go to an american parent company which is the just like a very weird thing in tiktok did the smart thing. It seems which was just wade out. The clocked is be like yep were still looking they like sign some weird deal deal with oracle for like but it was like oracle was just gonna like hosted content. And it's like oh that's but that's what oracle does i think they'd probably already had to deal with oracle. Yeah i mean oh this i. It seemed like a distraction. If we're being honest oh absolutely yeah In making the front page of the newspapers. Yeah guys it's just an app for nano gen z singers. Yeah it was a weird thing too because then all the stuff was going around about like oh amazon. Employees aren't allowed to have it on their phones. And yeah they made it seem like a big national security risk and basically you know people that know about this kind of actually know about this kinda stuff had to come out and be like guys. The tiktok app is not hacking your phone. They're not so yun. We'll basically they were like the tiktok. App is not hacking your phone because if it were and they got caught then of course that would be a big deal and it would get banned and everything and then they would lose something way more valuable which is controlling the american public through talk through the algorithm. What's being show you bring this up all the time about influencing the public through curious. Yeah well no no. Not even the all talk specifically. Whoa whoa in. What ways do you see that actually have. I don't know if it actually is happening. Well actually like like what is what is a way in which you in vision. It could happen. That would be detrimental to american. Society will alarmist there while there is like tiktok has a way laxer policy around like misinformation than facebook or twitter. Youtube does So a lot of Fringe stuff that's been Banned from those other platforms is still going around on tiktok. Yeah but don't you think people should be free to do their own research. I think it's dangerous to lead people down rabbit holes. And that's i mean that's problem with all these algorithms that they're all like oh you like that. How about this and all the sudden. You're just watching Alex jones yeah. You're you're just getting further and further you know Down the down the rabbit hole..

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i found HER on TikTok

07:21 min | 9 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"Welcome to another. I guess you could call it a bonus episode of founder on tiktok Podcast about lesbians. Who have found true love on the social media app tiktok and of course my partner marlena is with me and we wanted to give kind of a life update in a bonus episode. The last time we didn't update was december. The ninth and i think a lot has happened since then lot. A lot has happened and we just kind of wanted to take a moment to share. It won't be a long drawn out podcast but we did want update because a lot of people have asked us So and we're going to interview each other. Oh yeah that's right and we're going to do our own five questions Both of us have written her own questions. Right baby yes. Unbeknownst to the other. We don't know we don't know what the others asking. Yep that was marlene. As idea so hope she doesn't live too but but let's talk about like what has happened since december ninth our very first podcast episode. Well let's see you've come to me. Then south carolina and met the whole brood yup yup and then I've come back here with milo. My thirteen year old and spent two weeks with you. Jay your fourteen year old And it's been enlightening. And then this week i found a place for me and the kids. They talk about the universe. You found a place that is literally a mile away. Twenty seven hundred and seven two. What divy twenty. Seven hundred and six miles. We are closing the gap. Yeah we definitely close that gap really excited about and i'm excited to bring my son back and i think he'll really love portland and milo feels that way. So yeah milo loves portland portland loves my life. Yes milo is very portland. Yes and yeah. It's gonna be really fun so yeah all right so we're gonna interview one another. Yes so we're going to do our own five questions here. Since it was your idea you can go first and we agreed to only have one super heavy deep question but all right so i'll ask i. Okay what is surprised you most about our relationship. What has surprised me most about that. We've lasted wow okay. i'm kidding. Totally kidding You know that we have navigated through long distance with grace and love. Yeah and it's never ending and trust and trust and so. I don't know if it's surprising but i do think that It's something that i haven't experienced before. It's not something i've experienced so i like that. Answer thank you thank you welcome my question to you is what do you think. Our biggest challenge will be once i moved here. I think our biggest. I think our biggest challenge will be blending You know we both come with children and there's a lot of You and i are okay on that front but paying attention to what they need is the most important you ready for mine What is my favorite food. Oh my god. Your favorite food will probably be something like cucumbers. No what's my junk food junk. Resea- come on pizza. All right yours okay Fill in the blank. Okay the thing. I look forward to. The most is looking forward to not flying anymore. What is the most memorable moment for you. In all of our visits Most memorable One word fish nets okay. I'm just kidding it would be our hike. Yes the waterfall That would be members memorable. What is one word to describe us. Communicative How has it been for you meeting my brewed with so many children. Well you know. I love every one of them again and they all love you so much. It's been amazing. Just feeling all the love you know everybody in your family comes from love and i feel it in all the ways from everybody in different ways. Yeah you know. I've i've really enjoyed watching. Each of those relationships develop on their own. I just i asked the same question. you did. What is your favorite moment of the waterfall. You know you plan to that date and it was amazing and beautiful and watching you take it in and being able to take that in with you now. Having that picture of you standing in front of that. Waterfall is pretty fucking amazing. Oh my god. That was a beautiful day. Yeah is it good high five miles of talk about how we got lost. It was worth it all right so my last question. Are you ready among. What's the scariest thing about closing. The distance finally scary. I'm scared to change the word of challenge You know maybe just like you said just like balancing that whole individuality but still knowing that you know we have what we have and planning out. How what that looks like and honoring each other in our own space in each other space and and that means The kids that means and that means monroe. And that's it. What's your last question. Unless question is and you have to promise you have to answer this. You cannot steer away from it. You cannot like divert okay. Promise i promise. I think he brahman all right. How can i make you happier. That's an unfair. It is fair. Like you know i want you to always be like you. Just put me on the spot in front of how many people talk. I think once i get here is i. I'm gonna need you as a whole like it's going to be very different. You know you're you and the couple friends that we have here is good friends. you know. it's it's the community i have. I bet to pay attention to those pieces. Once i get here. I mean there's nothing here in between it's lacking. I love baby i love you. Thanks for listening to our spontaneous bonus episode. I found her on tiktok We have some new music. We hope you like it. Thank you again. Everybody for listening. And for reviewing and sharing the simple words rating and sharing on. I've yes yes yes yes so much. I don't know who our next interview is going to be. But i can guarantee it's going to be a great looks for yes so thanks for listening..

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i found HER on TikTok

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"Really would say that sneeze you as and i was like i know i know exactly how you feel. I said i see people on here like chocolate ceo. Oh we're forty five minutes to an hour of art. I can't wrap my head around that like it's if if if she was only an hour away it would be so different. We'd actually go on dates and stuff and i mean it's just yeah. I mean it's so i'm not. I'm not saying that that our situation is. Is you know any different. And everyone reacts to their situations differently. Everyone feels differently about their own situations. I'm so you guys have obviously moved in together as everything that you thought it would be. Yes it is everything that we thought. It would be one of the reasons why i know that korean and i are. I don't wanna sound cliche enslavement. To get meant to be together. But i think one of the one of the things that showed me that were really good together is we were able to land in apartment with me. Being fourteen hours away we were able to put our money together we were able to sign leases and get things done needed to be done without any issues. We work so well together in that. That's hard to that miles away but we've been able to. We've been through a lot. We were in a car accident on the way to the beach. So and then we got into her car after. My car was totaled and enjoy the rest of the day wow even further than that. We got hit got out of the car and we're immediately laughing. So here's a really good question and i'm not that that wendy knows this but who's the handier one and i ask it like that reason because i remember a couple of tiktok of a very large microwaves. She's the handle. I'm the handyman. My toolbox with my drill and all my tools and all that other i install being. I did not get all the details about that. Microwave day did not say stuff about that migrate. And let me tell you my god getting it up the stairs. Courtney was very determined very determined to the microwave up the stairs last last step of the stairs. Detroit we will be getting a new one soon bigger than our apartment would you. When and where was your first kiss the garage of my house. What is your song. I think our main one is which. I'm kind of frustrated. 'cause i found the song on radio and or not on the radio on a amazon music and i hadn't heard it on the radio. I hadn't really heard. It's better together by luke combs but the first time that she ever since. Some need was by brain-dead carlo. I'm not a crier really but that song maybe not to put anybody under pressure right now but what was the other one wearing on your first state We were both bums because she was travelling at. I was so we were both wearing like sweatpants and t-shirt rent to be knee and she was wearing a baseball cap like it was still. It was super as real as it can get asked. What is a one word adjective that you would describe your partner as amazing compassionate. You guys were beautiful like stay asleep. There's so many people on You know you look at their stories than you look at. You know how they started out with. They were doing in the now what they're doing. And it's just you know it gives you hope it gives you a better insight to what the world is really like. I'm hearing like the affirmations. And i know that that's what is really helpful for me is just knowing that people can see but we have. I never realized that people paid attention to be honest like to us. Because there's been a couple of people that have wrote on her stuff. Because i don't post as much anymore because Popular woman yes much crap. The fact that i started in june she started innocuous yet two thousand before. I know i have one more question. What is some advice that you would give to to some l. d. r. couples that have met on tiktok. You know reassurance. Make sure you communicate. That's our biggest thing communicate about anything whether in bed. We're good honestly. Take it one day at a time sundays. Don't try to plan out your entire future and say this is what we're gonna do. This is what's going to happen. This is what's going to happen because guaranteed the plan maker yourself not going to be the way that it works out the insult yourself up for failure. Set yourself up for success. That's great then like i feel like maybe scripted bat and actually super nervous about this whole thing we know just how cute they are under their blanket together. Yeah my sister. Crocheted this but i love how settled and content. You both look and feel. It's beautiful break filling. that's all. I just love their story. People leave their shacked up now. Yes they are living together. Honey bay are doing life right. Thanks you so much for joining us for another episode of found on tiktok and of course. It's time to do our schlepping of ourselves. Yes so please. If you don't mind give it a like just that little star button there give us you know however many stars you think we deserve and review it share it and pass it along and if you've got one of your own stories feel free to hit us up on.

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i found HER on TikTok

07:27 min | 10 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"And wendy. you get to see each other next when when is it on the calendar. It's on next next month. That's another thing that's really cute is before we went on our first stretch like nobody and tiktok glenn new it was a thing maybe i mean some might have guessed or whatever but so we made this little countdown and like either. There's hints in like the like the song league you're holding up in the video and we made this countdown to the days where we're gonna meet so that's really cute to like work new you are. You have a great synergy. I always love watching your content like solo. Together it's just always. It always feels good. Yeah wendy and i are constantly given all other people do that too. I can't we can't help it though. I mean this is us. This is just us. We should get that. I think there is. I know i know well. Okay that will be edited out. How do you guys keep things alive in the in between visits so many good things so many good things one of the things that i That that. I have to tell you guys about is so cute. I i was like. I have to go shopping. I i'm not looking forward to this. And she said okay. Let's play a game. She's texting me this. She's let's play a game fine. Take a picture of something in the store with the letter a. And said it to me. So i did and she did be and then the whole time. I was shopping. We're finding letters. Were just taking turns taking pictures and i was like i never done this with somebody the best thing ever and then like i bet we do private duets with her son to a chance. I'm not gonna do a public dance. I cannot. I cannot dance with the five year old and the price he loves them is when she does like the googly eyes and stuff like he just thinks. That is the greatest saying yeah. He's a ban. And now i'm I record videos of me reading to him so that he can go to sleep with that. I'm going to cry so this is not anything unusual she will. She doesn't even know what to say. Sometimes i really really didn't think that was going to make you cry. It all make fine so when she was here. So jackson is so i have an older child. She's nineteen and she's very calm. And then i have jackson who was five. He's adopted and he is. The biggest ball of energy i've ever experienced in my life Not only does he have energy but he has like. He's he's a a hyper little guy so when she came to visit she. Did you make the Yes made the first video before you came to visit to get him to go to sleep guys. He he watches this video of d. reading and he's asleep in like five minutes. Oh how am i know sweeter saying it is. It's so it's great. i love you. it's best last. Have talked about the future and you know where you guys see yourselves going with your relationship. Maybe maybe not on letting go cry. Jenny go head. i mean sure. They're things that okay so these very happy where she's at. She's got a great job she's got a house. She's got stability My family is here. I have a business here. So there's different things to way of course so that will i mean that'll come. It will work out like it's supposed to just like with you guys enough. One thing that i talk about with the ally is because i really Really grateful sometimes for like the time to really digest all of this whereas if we were in the same area we would just we would. We would not have time alone because we would want to be with each other constantly so alone. Time is good and it gives time to digest things in like focused on. You know where you need to be. So i think it's good. I think it's healthy and it didn't happen when it's supposed to. So yeah and we've talked about this. Like trust is so huge and like in a long distance relationship like that you have to have trust. It's the trust is stronger. It feels like yeah. I don't i don't have any trust issues at all. If i you know if something happened in a relationship and i found out it would come as a shock every time because i just don't think that way and i and i think that i am. I think that i can read people. Well enough that i it wouldn't happen very often at that. What happened to me. I mean you know growing up with trauma you learn to read a room and you learn to read people so i don't usually place while for one thing to you. Know trauma makes it a little bit harder to get my trust but once you have it you'd have it for life until you give me reason not to so it's very seldom that happens with me. Trust is everything in an like. She said that never second guessed any. I've never second guessed. From the moment we started interacting that resonates. Yeah i mean it's just it's it's it's comfortable. it's it's home. you know what it home. Yeah and you guys both talk while you talk more about doing the work and it's just really nice to see your presence in that way on tiktok just being very open and raw and vulnerable. Which i imagine is what drew jenny. You know and being yourself and from one trauma survivor to another. I just want to take a second. And thank you for that. You on one of the things that i that i've Learned through my journey is that Sharing your story can be the keys that set somebody else Their prison and i've had that experience when i was speaking in public i've had feedback where people were like. Thank you for saying that because it gives me the courage to say this and then they share their story. And i think it's so important.

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i found HER on TikTok

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"It's wendy and more elena with another edition of i founder on tiktok and this podcast that features lesbian love stories that have started on the social media platform. Tiktok like ours. You can actually hear our love story in episode one of i found her on tiktok and we wanna remind people to subscribe rate rate review review. Share share. are you going to repeal the professional. And let's talk a little bit about who we're featuring today so jenny or also known as julio loves you and d- st beginning On tiktok and we had the privilege of watching it unfold. And i think at first they were a little quiet about it but as it unfolded the rest of us watching. I had the privilege of just seeing their energy and their synergy across the screen. And it's really amazing. It really is a sweet love story and wanted the deserves to be shared. And we hope that you get all the fields that we got when we interviewed them. We'll be enjoy episode number four of founder on tiktok featuring jenny. andy. I i like your hair color. Thank you so much yup. Do you do that yourself. I do nice and had i known what the reactions i would get. I would have done it years ago really years ago every single day somebody stops me for my hair. Wow i love your hair and it's not like i'm saying it's because the connections because you walk around thinking people are jerks or whatever and then really not. Yeah yeah it is. Isn't it amazing purple. It's an it it just changes. Every time i wash it. Nice that's awesome. It's like a painting a room with the light. It changes you know. Yeah it's conditioner the coloring conditioner so it washes out after a while. There we go. That's our tease for the podcast. Find out secret to keeping her hair fresh purple and be tune in next week. Oliver haircut to go with this actually this well thank you so much for letting us pick your brains and we just think. Oh i know marlena talks a lot more With jenny and and communicates a lot more. But we love your story and We are so glad that you're going to be able to share it. So thank you for letting us do that. You're oko yeah it's important thing. There's my baby. I think you hear me. I can hear you saw so sweet. Your energy on tiktok is like it's amazing so we got it right now right. Well there's more but like that's the fun stuff. Yeah sure sure so. Let's talk about tiktok in general and when you got on why you got on and then we can talk about how you guys kind of connected on top okay. So i'll go first. Because i think i saw her. I believe shoes drinking a beer. Blake that the tiktok. And i didn't i didn't like interact with the video or anything i didn't interact with that one. The first one i interacted with was the china video. I think is that right. Is that right now. What which one with the first act interacted with that. They want to know first of all how you got on tiktok. I think that's that's what they're asking you. Okay thanks talk because of a pandemic of course my job shutdown and i run a small business to end that halted in so i have a lot of time over. He and I'd heard of tiktok. I've actually joined tiktok years before just to like videos or whatever but never never made my own and the first one i made was with my son It was a spider man video. That was the first tiktok. I made in. It just went from there. It was like. Wow this is fun. You know people see it and they like it Interact with you and it was fine. So that's where that all started with me. Yeah so then it then. It went from talks with my son to tiktok I'm trying to. I was trying to find the spider-man video. Just now it's good. It's good. I'm gonna i'm gonna play and i'm going to share the screen. Have you seen this. I've seen number single one perfect. Okay here we go you just you. That's awesome and he's done a few since then he's he's quite the character. How old is he by. Oh so you got on because of the pandemic and did that video and tell me about tell us about when you first got on tiktok and what your reasoning was. I didn't actually get on tiktok until the end of july of this past year while i was In quarantine. I was doing a lot of work for mike. Ptsd and i was finding a lot of. I was just grabbing for tools. Basically because know. I had the time and i could put the work in. So that's basically what. I was concentrating on and i saw There was a couple of therapists on tiktok. Could i started following. That's the reason. I started on the app and i was just for the first Few weeks like three weeks on tiktok. I was just on therapy tiktok.

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i found HER on TikTok

06:47 min | 10 months ago

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i found HER on TikTok

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"At the but yeah sherry antena convey clean and not saying that the rest of us were we going within. Its wholesome. You guys are wholesome and aesthetically speaking. You make a beautiful couple. I don't know there's a death barada video. I was talked into that one likely story. You are welcome honey card in. There was a little bit alcohol involved with that one so that is not my typical to mirror. The force lead three sleep to sleep videos. Here are a little bit. Call that pushing my world world bedcovers on it was like i thought we were going to get so personal for the sake of listeners and tina other on christmas day and they've been doing a countdown duet back and forth for the rest of us that are watching and they're you know personal and we also gave me permission again. If you don't feel like doing that it's not a big deal whatever. Skip day that we've done since nine been kind of fun to have the project in hopes the days go a little more quickly We did that your first trip. Didn't we honey we did. We did a bit like we got told you guys who he really got tired of ourselves with a couple of days ago shares like i think people are tired of cnn. Some look i don't care where you right. it's not. we're doing it for each other. That's right are you tired of seeing them. Wendy no not at all not at all. Enjoy all right good. Speak on behalf of all of tiktok lesbian. Tiktok keep going and go and do you guys you guys friends besides us with any other lesbian couples that have met on tiktok not like not the same level of friendship as you know. We haven't zoomed with anyone else or up with willie met with with tracy tracy an suv. have Become a couple of recent you get freely with the tracy looking at taps into so we met up with her tina that the android he we talked with when tina was here. We met for coffee and just got to know her little bit. Bird sued story so follow a couple of couples on piper in christie. And you know there's a lot of those majority of ones that are on the facebook group you know kind of follow along with them definitely heart for connected to but some the connection with you and marlena step very special very different yet. We appreciate you all are on a similar path. Yes it does like sometimes when you guys are talking about your story. I know it's like it's so selfish but it's like it. Sounds just like marlena on. I feel like it's almost a blueprint like nothing. That you were saying sherry about watching on tina's tiktok and just seeing like just seeing her story and her being so open and like the message he was delivering and she was like consistent. And like all those things i just like. I think there's just a lot of commonalities abbott. i'm not. I'm not as quiet as tina in son. I wasn't gonna say an like. Would you guys have any advice for anybody. Any lesbian couples that were doing the long-term take talk. You know dating term long distance relationship going back to work not being true to yourself now. What you need what you want. And that's whether it's long distance or around the corner thing again going back to being cleared. What you communicating. What you need and want and not letting yourself get stuck or frustrated and we've talked a couple of times about different. This is from at you. Know dating when someone's thirty minutes away that you really you really don't get the date you're living with each other. Basically from the first time you meet that you're not going to drive six hours and then have lunch and go home typic- The weekend together. And then you're gonna want to spend weekends together than weeks together so the date really become your your living together your cohabitating for a period of time. Were really have to be conscious of that. That's a different scenario than if you were actually dating so the earlier on you have to be aware of gear. Your own needs in that to lose yourself ended the communication like um tina's mentioned. It is huge decision. You know maybe. I need a little space. Right now are excellent. I'm not. I'm not too much out of my routine. I need to get back in my routine. Do you know that constant communication starts tips. That's would probably be the most important thing to be clear verbalize. What what you're needing because if you you don't ever want that resentment to come in at right because you know i'm hosting someone for two weeks but i still have to be doing things to keep myself happy that my regular routine things i would too and she needs to see that as well what you know what my life really is like you know. It's it's really wonderful dancing mixture of you know you're here and i'm excited i want to entertain you. I want you to the best experience possible but also still need to be treated myself. Do you think that being able to see each other in the content that you both share in advance. Do you think that that made a difference versus a dating app. I had experience with dating apps and the dating sites not some okay some not so okay what i really i think honed in on tiktok. Is that people who allow themselves to be vulnerable and continue to post consistently. You can get a really good idea of what their spirit is who they really are as as a person and if they're genuine in this you know I mean even looking at tina's picture. I was like there was something about her picture. Even it was like wow. It's right but then when they saw post the end saw who she got a glimpse into who she really was without her was kind of like looking through people right because she can't see me or see my reaction but i can see you see who you are. Epo can see who you are near. Definitely somebody i wanna get to know it. When you're on a dating app you know match dot com or whatever you can see a picture in the might be ten years.

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i found HER on TikTok

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"But Yeah and then when she resurfaced on october eleventh. I was thinking about her as well. I couldn't stop. That gives cause for question because i came across sherry. I mean tina on tiktok and your videos were platform about late in life lesbians coming out late in life and that is what connected me. Tina i Yeah tiktok for me was really kinda Not kind of really was therapeutic for me and just i mean. I've been out for eight years but i feel like there are some things that i still needed. A process in the top platform really gave me that space. A feel like it's it's public. But i've also kind of kept my identity somewhat ambiguous or anonymous I feel like i'm more free to explore some things. So yeah so the whole coming out late in life i was working through some of those things and i think it just gave me more of a voice in a competent in who i am and where i wanted to go and lamb really more acceptance in self love and i think that going through that process kinda set me up for Meeting someone like sherry who has also done the work and Is ready for a committed relationship on truly about some communicating Consciously in sharing our. You know what we're thinking and feeling but in a way that that's kind and compassionate with each other so y'all those videos in the work that i've done previously in the here all kind of helped me get to this point where it could have this healthy relationship. I mean you know. I was obviously attracted to her picture. in thought or comment was very flattering. Bite was watching videos and seeing how she was creating community based on commonality of coming out later in life that really like i need get snow. This woman you're able to share like that. You've obviously done some work to be able to do that. Nephew are constantly learning from each other. Like if one of us kind of gets in a funk which to being me more often Shares there to support support me you know through those times and It's very beautiful. I mean. I think we each Developed healthy ways to deal with the times when we get into a little bit of funk in that i you know the first data we actually met in person. That really impressed me with the tina that she you know. She had very healthy ways to you. Know to bring yourself back into into balance than i was like. Wow this is cool okay. I was really nervous. It was kind of odd commerce. It was kind of odd situation. I don't wanna talk about it but it was just a little. It was awkward. Because we're planning to spend you know twenty four hours. Yeah there wasn't like just a date at a restaurant some like i needed some yoga for a little bit here so she likes okay jamie space time and that meant a lot to that. She wasn't judging me or really just went into meeting her with no expectations other than hoping that winner over. It's still like me by the time you're done right. Yeah that was a magical weekend. How many times have you guys seen each other now three times so the first date was twenty six hours. A second date was four days on the third day was the two weeks and the next one. Four gay is going to be only one week. And then we're the fifth eight plan that will be a week guys. Make time to date in between in via zoom or facetime. Or do you do you. What do you do in the In the in between we've started doing a little bit done with this week we did a meditation together before we was really sleep. I i had a day where minds. I was high Sports homes mute so much yoga pose together. We face time to ditch near the pros. That really helped me a lot We're just now starting to do more things together like the before. It's it's pretty much just talking and staring at each other beautiful. I think we're we're getting into the things were okay. This is reality. And we can't just like you know zoom over your also twenty five minutes so we need you know. Starting to create more things we can do together to state in connection antic. We're what we're noticing anything. Every couple is gonna be different as we really love the sound of each other twice so in inspite. Not timing in the morning isn't really timing doesn't really work for us. Said bigger days. Start a little bit differently. But we've been recording little messages for each other in horry. That's an awesome. So i think we've been doing that more often now so you guys have seen each other three times. Is there anything that i'll ask both of you. That has surprised. Like either of you about the other surprise is how compatible on how is just just feels so good in so comfortable lake even even you know hiking together for the first time. I'm staying somewhere for a weekend and kind of cooking together and just a little rituals all those things that happen. You know everything just seem to click i. I would agree with that. Something that i'm surprised with myself is blake in past situations a lot of times like i just need to limit my time and just scoot on out and do my own thing or for takeoff and i don't feel that was sharing like i just. I'm really comfortable hanging out with her doing this. And that so it's nice to to to not feel that. Like i need to scoot on how they feel like i really wanna be there marlena. Didn't you wanna talk about how. Like you connected. How like all of you became friends. I i mean. I connected with tina i. I don't know when. I was following you sherry molly number watching you know seeing you being friends with you and just watch your videos and i think it was like on my second live that i did love october. You were there. And i said oh hi really and i said oh you don't know me but i know you and then you replied i've been watching you. Do that was kinda fun 'cause i just felt like you had been on tiktok longer. We're just you know had more following more comfortable with the whole situation so it was fun to cab you. I think one of the things that for me. And i know that wendy will agree with this. You guys are very different. Tiktok couple and you're you're you're quiets. Your spirits are quiet and that that is conveyed in like what you put out near content and Am i right honey. Like there's a you're always right..

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i found HER on TikTok

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"Hi and welcome to episode. Three of i found her on tiktok podcast lesbians who have found love on the social media app tiktok and seeing how we're in corona virus times kobe times we do our interviews via zoom and which means since marlena. My partner is away from me. We are doing this on zoom. Today's podcast is kind of special to marlena because full disclosure tina and sherry our friends. We actually made friends on top. We saw that. They were sharing a similar path. A similar journey and we've managed to connect outside of tiktok and i'm so happy they are here. I'm so happy. They the share their story. I know marlena is too. I thought we could start the podcast with a little behind the scenes conversation with marlena and i before tina and sherry actually joined our zoom conference. Call hope you enjoy this podcast. Forget we also have a facebook group if you met your love on tiktok and you're a lesbian feel free to join our facebook group. It's private it is. I found her on tiktok and actually have some really good conversations. Really good bonding. And to be able to share stories and content that others are going through on similar paths as just been super fun. Yeah so questions yes if besides the you know we know we're going to ask about who met who reach the her. You know yada yada yada well. This one's going to be easy because we know them. Yeah i know but we also want to have some zingers tossed in there. You know you look weird. Had are no hat okay. That's fine that's fine. That's a ringing endorsement. Right there on on child M dreaming of a white screws mma asking about their holiday and their plant getting holiday. How holiday. I think that we need to address how we've become friends with them in some way because you made in the mentioned in the last one that we've made some in the i i listened by fogcast last night of it. I'm you made a mention the first one that we've made lifelong friends. And these are those human. so yeah how. We became friends. All right. wanna lake zing out an introduction. Real quick. I love you so fucking much. But i do you want to Zing outta an intro real quick. I love you me frozen now. Oh okay i was drinking. Um oh no. I liked this. I can see you. You have both hands free three. You're in a good mood. I don't know why where are they. It's literally so one they're here. The come comes tino. Eighteen here second sherri. How are you the challenge for them good. I'm doing this on my. Pc's like actually like you know you guys. Have you seen each other today. each other. We talked on the poem. Me had be We were on the felon but we're both doing other stuff while we are on the phone were kind of together but also doing own thing The al how often do you facetime facetime like every other day. Probably sometimes sometimes i find tiring to be to do facetime because you could do it so much for work to that. Even though i'm not working. I mean i don't have to work right now. Just feels kind of exhausting. Sometimes for me. I was actually this reading this article about zoom burn out and house like are legit thing anybody that makes one longer than like thirty minutes is like come on from on a about forty. Five minutes is limit. Yeah i'll keep that in mind. Snow talk every day. Yes yeah we talk every day. So every day since we. Yeah every day. Since october eleventh circuit slid into your dms so yeah we wanted to talk about sliding into the dm's and how that worked and tiktok in general and like the story of how both of you got on tiktok and and met will just looking back at the dates of win way for both i gun on tiktok. And then we met each other end of july when i first got on tiktok and posted a video couple weeks after that and then it was An trae when did you first get on tiktok. I was like august Couple weeks in august in a couple of weeks. After that that i post it first video i come. We have to make sure the story is straight wall. Minted firs on sherry's videos couple different times man on september fifth and then. She slid into my dance on october. Eleventh and the league talk every day since october. Eleven you made the first move. Tina i made the first because share. You wouldn't have slid into the dm's would you had it not been for those comments. You know if i'd seen her a big would've anyway. Even if she hadn't commented was all. I'll save mine was removed. I it was dipping. Your toes in guess definitely left an impression. There's no doubt about that. Because i was actually a little overwhelmed by the comments that i had gotten sergei and then i will just getting back into social media after being of it for like you know eight or nine months out. So i'd actually was reconnected with somebody in my past that. I thought you know that i was supposed to reconnect with a net. Turned out to be you know. We just need to be friends kind of situation in so as soon as i was clear that in my mind i was like. Oh my god. I'm like. I need to text this woman. I need contact contactor like now. Because i just had that feeling like you know in your gut like do like right now. Like i couldn't wait a day. I couldn't wait another couple of hours at be like. Yeah like sherry said. She posted that she was reconnecting with somebody. So then i've kinda like backed off a little bit. But i still think about her throughout that time and then there are a couple of guys that i was talking to kind of during that in between time. I didn't know between time.

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i found HER on TikTok

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

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i found HER on TikTok

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"To daytona for the weekend. Try how top that one. But i'll let you tell the daytona story will michelle going and Some another friend of theirs and had called and asked me. Would you want to go. And i was like. Yeah she goes what you've got to ask. Christie said why now growing impression chills. No it won't brand's weight seller friends only. I'll try to but she says no coming after a kit there so i called her and i was actually standing in the parking lot of doctor's office in a i said. Hey he's like well no not really a said you wanna go to daytona. Spit out like boom. You know real quick so they tone. I said i've got it covered. I'll pay to get their own yards. And she took her like two seconds to say yes. And i was just like gone now and i told her friends only on and not minute our state. You know i'm gonna accept her her boundaries and whatever she takes the lead whatever and it's at hurt by if there's anything there have not been got a best friend so we went to detente. Yeah out there saying dummies and not a kiss on her nail mater. So your first kiss was on an elevator was that what each gummy those market numbers mass courage. You know to kiss her then panicked immediately. Like oh shit. I just rent this friendship you know. Nc me back on what never mind you read the room. Well yes working for change. Is it weird having the same first name little. Yeah i mean. Everyone culture piper. But i can't call her piper can't do it. I'm like your name is my name. I can't do it so like you're just chrissy call you piper. We answer on somebody cows. Now that's going to happen for the rest of our that's get used to it. So what's what's the age difference. Do almost exactly after mom. Yep seven days apart seven bays in ten years apart. So here's a question. When did you get on tick tock and did you have any concept of what was gonna unfold on tiktok and when did you wanna talk about like why joined when you joined me. I had seen just funny videos but never even got on the app. And i honestly don't know just one day i was like you know what i remember seeing some funny videos on i downloaded it and i went to go set up a profile like you already have one that exists and i'm like yeah i guess i had set up a profile at some point i got on and you know my sister was on there and she said well. I'll be your friend. And i'm like i have no friends you know she said i'll be your friend and my neighbor will be your friends which is a priebus signposted a couple of videos and that was really it and then all of the sudden. She's sending me all this stuff about politics and everything else and i'm like i don't know where you're getting that stuff on tiktok somehow. I'm tied to all these lesbians. Eleven different apps or something you know like joining live you know certain lives that would go on or whatever join and just get to talking to the same people over and over and over again and just kind of took off from there. I'm doing out of sheer boredom when we got put in lockdown I was teaching and remote after spring break. So go anywhere and do so. When stony amount as you made to join. 'cause there's on their need my trying tells us but i'm not gonna do anything she just check it out. He said okay. Sure on mmediately sound lesbian talk and it was like holy on my life on. I started doing the same thing that christie. Don't some of the more popular lives. And sort of seeing kristie jodi in on sherry and i'll them over and over and over and so starting my end miss melena Only very out in a started making friends and started encouraging me to to make cotton and also believe it or not. I am kind of shy and height public speaking even teacher. There's a difference. I can lecture my kids all day long. But when i got to stand up in front of an audience is not my brain flips. And it's like. I don't know so that's how i got started. I was like has been tiktok. I had to send chelsea a mess until her we were right in the hated sending that message. I remember a lot of my friends. Because i only have one person that i know from before tiktok on tiktok besides my sister. None of my other friends are on tiktok. And it's all my other friend. Said they got tired of hearing. My talks some goal by the same blah. I'd fordham videos or whatever he said. Just tell us you're not gonna leave us crear tiktok friends and they're all online like i'm never going to see you know here. I am a couple of months later. Marrying one awesome. I really think that as interesting that christie. You're the one to make this move to piper talk about what just happened over the weekend so piper tried to be sneaky and have a mutual friend. Call me and say that they needed help. Picking out a wedding ring. And i'm like i know where this is going. So what do you in. Anything could be banned could be stones could be just anything all right so of course i sent some funny ones but i knew that piper had enlisted michelle to find out what kind of ring i wanted and i'm like not not gonna happen. Then she calls me. I make jewelry. So i made a ring for her. She knew i was making a ring for her. And so then this past weekend she had said. I'm doing my annual christmas pictures with my dogs. And i'd like you to be in them. We being them. And i was like yes absolutely so we planned on doing it saturday. It got moved to sunday than saturday. Morning were sitting there enjoying our coffee. I'm nervous but just enjoying our copy and the tiger per calls and says the hundred percent chance of rain tomorrow. Can we move it back today. At three o'clock we had like two hours to get ready. I'm freaking out hopping anxiety. Medicine like handy. We get to the place. I've got the ring in my pocket and the photographer she knows and so she says can i give you. Do you mind.

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i found HER on TikTok

09:35 min | 11 months ago

"tiktok" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok

"tiktok" Discussed on Marketing Above All

Marketing Above All

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tiktok" Discussed on Marketing Above All

"Hello and welcome to episode two hundred and three. Today's topic is all about TIKTOK. So I've done a couple of episodes on all things Tiktok but it seems like with everything going on with Kobe. Nineteen that there has been a lot. More potential interest in the platform is well as just a lot of interesting. Press and positivity and branding and just a lot of interesting things so I wanNA talk through. Does this platform makes sense. And if the answer is yes I'm GonNa give you some tips on how you can leverage this to help grow your local business so tick tock is an interesting platform. In the sense of it allows companies brands individuals influencers to really be themselves in a fun and unique way. So Tick Tock is made up of lots and lots and lots of really short videos and it tends to be the place where people are going to have fun and with everyone sitting at home and largely on social media. This platform has really started to gain some steam but the first question that I want to answer before I really go too deep in Tiktok and and how can you leverage it is to answer the question? Is this a good platform.

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TechStuff

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"tiktok" Discussed on TechStuff

"You have the response video now. Ideally you would use this to add something of value to the original video to create duet. Maybe someone's singing in one video and you harmonize with them in the duet video, and then it's presented that way together. That's the intent of this feature. However, a lot of people use it in order to make fun of the original video in some way either to react to something that happens in the video in over the top way, or to just out and out, burn the person who created the first video. So you might post an earnest attempt to sing a song, and then you might see that your video shows up on a youtube. List that's being held up for mockery by some TIKTOK troll who gets most of their views by tearing down other people in tiktok culture, it's called Ironic Tiktok I think it's playing pretty fast and loose with the definition of irony, because because often the word ironic is being used in a place for something like mean-spirited. That being mean is not necessarily being ironic. The two are not synonymous. However, this isn't exactly new. I'm not pointing out something that has just popped up. This is not to say that this generation is particularly awful. I don't think that's true at all. The Internet has had plenty of forums and platforms where this stuff has happened Welna past. It's pretty widespread on Tiktok or at least on the secondary platforms like Youtube Instagram, but it's not like. This is a surprise right? The target demographic tiktok tends to be young people. Young people throughout most of history have often sought a. By. Making Fun of vulnerable targets, I mean that was true when I was a kid and the Internet didn't even really exist. At least not in the minds of kids, my age, the Internet was a thing, but none of us had access to it. The World Wide Web didn't exist yet when I was a kid, but kids were still you know, mean and picked on people. So this is definitely something that has been a thing for ages and ages and ages. It's just that tiktok enables it on a scale. That's much larger than what you could do. Do back when I was a kid like I might get fun of in front of the whole school, but that was a school of thirteen hundred people. It wasn't the whole Internet. So this creates a pretty unusual landscape. Right the APP itself isn't really plagued with trolling. Meanwhile, the secondary platforms like instagram and Youtube are much more likely to feature this videos and making it worse. A large percentage of tiktok audience are not watching the videos on Tiktok, a lot of them have never downloaded TIKTOK. They're watching the videos on these other platforms like instagram and Youtube. So they're seeing more of the cringe compilations and things of that nature, so your experiences with Tiktok really depend heavily on how you actually access the content. Now, not all of the ironic tiktok videos are mean-spirited. A lot of them are, but not all of them. Some are more absurdist humor. That doesn't really seem to have any kind of malicious intent. It's more like a very goofy reaction to a similarly goofy video, and not meant to be like wasn't that I, do terrible or whatever, but there are a lot of users who really do set out to make stuff that was either intended to belittle or insult, the original creator some are just making stuff. That is an overt attempt to be offensive. Probably for no other reason than they find it amusing to get an emotional reaction, other people. It's a classic troll behavior. Others might be using Tiktok to express some truly terrible beliefs that they hold like racist beliefs are misogynistic beliefs, because they see it as a way where they can express these things without there being any kind of consequence to that. But. Why are these secondary platforms presenting more toxic version of Tiktok in the first place? Why is it so popular? They're mostly has to do with how algorithms suss out which videos they should suggest to users videos the get a lot of engagement tend to rise to the top, because engagement translates to spending more time on that platform and spending more time on the platform means spending more. More time around ads spending more time around ads means that the platform makes more money, so you see how this drives decision making from a platform perspective, the platforms like Youtube and Instagram, our businesses and a driving motivator for business owners is to maximize profits so to do that. If you're youtube or Instagram, you have to find ways to keep people on your platform to keep them engaged. And that often means serving up some stuff that's pretty nasty and mean spirited, not because the content is better, but because it keeps people glued to the platform, which is pretty gross. The we see this all the time, and not just with TIKTOK. I'm not trying to call them out here. It's on all these platforms. It's also one of the underlying principles that fuels the discussion around fake news, and the promotion of extremist ideologies platforms like twitter and facebook overhead the TIKTOK at meanwhile. It's largely using a different type of curing a common feature on social platforms is the ability to indicate you like a post or video, or whatever so you click on the little like button, or the thumbs up icon, or little heart icon, or whatever it is, and you express your admiration for the content on the back end, the service logs. This response then begins to develop a profile for you. Are you liking a lot of? Of Pictures of dogs on instagram well. What do you know when you start doing a search on instagram? A lot of the images that are just going to populate before you even type in a search term are going to be dogs on Tiktok. If you indicate that the lip synching videos have really clever edits, maybe they have really interesting makeup, effects or something. You're clicking like on a lot of those you're going to see. See more of those pop up in your feet. If you don't like videos that are more mean-spirited like you never hit like on a mean-spirited video then over time they're gonNA show up less frequently. Your Actions Guide Tiktok to curate a feed. That's most likely to keep your attention because again keeping your attention keeping you on the platform for as long as possible is the goal because that's what generates revenue for Tiktok. There's a feedback. Feedback loop going on here in which tiktok gathers information about its users that it makes use of that information to tweak the presentation of the platform to those users in an effort to improve the experience and by improve the experience. I mean encourage more engagement, then monitor the results..

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TechStuff

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"tiktok" Discussed on TechStuff

"You have the response video now. Ideally you would use this to add something of value to the original video to create duet. Maybe someone's singing in one video and you harmonize with them in the duet video, and then it's presented that way together. That's the intent of this feature. However, a lot of people use it in order to make fun of the original video in some way either to react to something that happens in the video in over the top way, or to just out and out, burn the person who created the first video. So you might post an earnest attempt to sing a song, and then you might see that your video shows up on a youtube. List that's being held up for mockery by some TIKTOK troll who gets most of their views by tearing down other people in tiktok culture, it's called Ironic Tiktok I think it's playing pretty fast and loose with the definition of irony, because because often the word ironic is being used in a place for something like mean-spirited. That being mean is not necessarily being ironic. The two are not synonymous. However, this isn't exactly new. I'm not pointing out something that has just popped up. This is not to say that this generation is particularly awful. I don't think that's true at all. The Internet has had plenty of forums and platforms where this stuff has happened Welna past. It's pretty widespread on Tiktok or at least on the secondary platforms like Youtube Instagram, but it's not like. This is a surprise right? The target demographic tiktok tends to be young people. Young people throughout most of history have often sought a. By. Making Fun of vulnerable targets, I mean that was true when I was a kid and the Internet didn't even really exist. At least not in the minds of kids, my age, the Internet was a thing, but none of us had access to it. The World Wide Web didn't exist yet when I was a kid, but kids were still you know, mean and picked on people. So this is definitely something that has been a thing for ages and ages and ages. It's just that tiktok enables it on a scale. That's much larger than what you could do. Do back when I was a kid like I might get fun of in front of the whole school, but that was a school of thirteen hundred people. It wasn't the whole Internet. So this creates a pretty unusual landscape. Right the APP itself isn't really plagued with trolling. Meanwhile, the secondary platforms like instagram and Youtube are much more likely to feature this videos and making it worse. A large percentage of tiktok audience are not watching the videos on Tiktok, a lot of them have never downloaded TIKTOK. They're watching the videos on these other platforms like instagram and Youtube. So they're seeing more of the cringe compilations and things of that nature, so your experiences with Tiktok really depend heavily on how you actually access the content. Now, not all of the ironic tiktok videos are mean-spirited. A lot of them are, but not all of them. Some are more absurdist humor. That doesn't really seem to have any kind of malicious intent. It's more like a very goofy reaction to a similarly goofy video, and not meant to be like wasn't that I, do terrible or whatever, but there are a lot of users who really do set out to make stuff that was either intended to belittle or insult, the original creator some are just making stuff. That is an overt attempt to be offensive. Probably for no other reason than they find it amusing to get an emotional reaction, other people. It's a classic troll behavior. Others might be using Tiktok to express some truly terrible beliefs that they hold like racist beliefs are misogynistic beliefs, because they see it as a way where they can express these things without there being any kind of consequence to that. But. Why are these secondary platforms presenting more toxic version of Tiktok in the first place? Why is it so popular? They're mostly has to do with how algorithms suss out which videos they should suggest to users videos the get a lot of engagement tend to rise to the top, because engagement translates to spending more time on that platform and spending more time on the platform means spending more. More time around ads spending more time around ads means that the platform makes more money, so you see how this drives decision making from a platform perspective, the platforms like Youtube and Instagram, our businesses and a driving motivator for business owners is to maximize profits so to do that. If you're youtube or Instagram, you have to find ways to keep people on your platform to keep them engaged. And that often means serving up some stuff that's pretty nasty and mean spirited, not because the content is better, but because it keeps people glued to the platform, which is pretty gross. The we see this all the time, and not just with TIKTOK. I'm not trying to call them out here. It's on all these platforms. It's also one of the underlying principles that fuels the discussion around fake news, and the promotion of extremist ideologies platforms like twitter and facebook overhead the TIKTOK at meanwhile. It's largely using a different type of curing a common feature on social platforms is the ability to indicate you like a post or video, or whatever so you click on the little like button, or the thumbs up icon, or little heart icon, or whatever it is, and you express your admiration for the content on the back end, the service logs. This response then begins to develop a profile for you. Are you liking a lot of? Of Pictures of dogs on instagram well. What do you know when you start doing a search on instagram? A lot of the images that are just going to populate before you even type in a search term are going to be dogs on Tiktok. If you indicate that the lip synching videos have really clever edits, maybe they have really interesting makeup, effects or something. You're clicking like on a lot of those you're going to see. See more of those pop up in your feet. If you don't like videos that are more mean-spirited like you never hit like on a mean-spirited video then over time they're gonNA show up less frequently. Your Actions Guide Tiktok to curate a feed. That's most likely to keep your attention because again keeping your attention keeping you on the platform for as long as possible is the goal because that's what generates revenue for Tiktok. There's a feedback. Feedback loop going on here in which tiktok gathers information about its users that it makes use of that information to tweak the presentation of the platform to those users in an effort to improve the experience and by improve the experience. I mean encourage more engagement, then monitor the results..

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"tiktok" Discussed on TechStuff

"You have the response video now. Ideally you would use this to add something of value to the original video to create duet. Maybe someone's singing in one video and you harmonize with them in the duet video, and then it's presented that way together. That's the intent of this feature. However, a lot of people use it in order to make fun of the original video in some way either to react to something that happens in the video in over the top way, or to just out and out, burn the person who created the first video. So you might post an earnest attempt to sing a song, and then you might see that your video shows up on a youtube. List that's being held up for mockery by some TIKTOK troll who gets most of their views by tearing down other people in tiktok culture, it's called Ironic Tiktok I think it's playing pretty fast and loose with the definition of irony, because because often the word ironic is being used in a place for something like mean-spirited. That being mean is not necessarily being ironic. The two are not synonymous. However, this isn't exactly new. I'm not pointing out something that has just popped up. This is not to say that this generation is particularly awful. I don't think that's true at all. The Internet has had plenty of forums and platforms where this stuff has happened Welna past. It's pretty widespread on Tiktok or at least on the secondary platforms like Youtube Instagram, but it's not like. This is a surprise right? The target demographic tiktok tends to be young people. Young people throughout most of history have often sought a. By. Making Fun of vulnerable targets, I mean that was true when I was a kid and the Internet didn't even really exist. At least not in the minds of kids, my age, the Internet was a thing, but none of us had access to it. The World Wide Web didn't exist yet when I was a kid, but kids were still you know, mean and picked on people. So this is definitely something that has been a thing for ages and ages and ages. It's just that tiktok enables it on a scale. That's much larger than what you could do. Do back when I was a kid like I might get fun of in front of the whole school, but that was a school of thirteen hundred people. It wasn't the whole Internet. So this creates a pretty unusual landscape. Right the APP itself isn't really plagued with trolling. Meanwhile, the secondary platforms like instagram and Youtube are much more likely to feature this videos and making it worse. A large percentage of tiktok audience are not watching the videos on Tiktok, a lot of them have never downloaded TIKTOK. They're watching the videos on these other platforms like instagram and Youtube. So they're seeing more of the cringe compilations and things of that nature, so your experiences with Tiktok really depend heavily on how you actually access the content. Now, not all of the ironic tiktok videos are mean-spirited. A lot of them are, but not all of them. Some are more absurdist humor. That doesn't really seem to have any kind of malicious intent. It's more like a very goofy reaction to a similarly goofy video, and not meant to be like wasn't that I, do terrible or whatever, but there are a lot of users who really do set out to make stuff that was either intended to belittle or insult, the original creator some are just making stuff. That is an overt attempt to be offensive. Probably for no other reason than they find it amusing to get an emotional reaction, other people. It's a classic troll behavior. Others might be using Tiktok to express some truly terrible beliefs that they hold like racist beliefs are misogynistic beliefs, because they see it as a way where they can express these things without there being any kind of consequence to that. But. Why are these secondary platforms presenting more toxic version of Tiktok in the first place? Why is it so popular? They're mostly has to do with how algorithms suss out which videos they should suggest to users videos the get a lot of engagement tend to rise to the top, because engagement translates to spending more time on that platform and spending more time on the platform means spending more. More time around ads spending more time around ads means that the platform makes more money, so you see how this drives decision making from a platform perspective, the platforms like Youtube and Instagram, our businesses and a driving motivator for business owners is to maximize profits so to do that. If you're youtube or Instagram, you have to find ways to keep people on your platform to keep them engaged. And that often means serving up some stuff that's pretty nasty and mean spirited, not because the content is better, but because it keeps people glued to the platform, which is pretty gross. The we see this all the time, and not just with TIKTOK. I'm not trying to call them out here. It's on all these platforms. It's also one of the underlying principles that fuels the discussion around fake news, and the promotion of extremist ideologies platforms like twitter and facebook overhead the TIKTOK at meanwhile. It's largely using a different type of curing a common feature on social platforms is the ability to indicate you like a post or video, or whatever so you click on the little like button, or the thumbs up icon, or little heart icon, or whatever it is, and you express your admiration for the content on the back end, the service logs. This response then begins to develop a profile for you. Are you liking a lot of? Of Pictures of dogs on instagram well. What do you know when you start doing a search on instagram? A lot of the images that are just going to populate before you even type in a search term are going to be dogs on Tiktok. If you indicate that the lip synching videos have really clever edits, maybe they have really interesting makeup, effects or something. You're clicking like on a lot of those you're going to see. See more of those pop up in your feet. If you don't like videos that are more mean-spirited like you never hit like on a mean-spirited video then over time they're gonNA show up less frequently. Your Actions Guide Tiktok to curate a feed. That's most likely to keep your attention because again keeping your attention keeping you on the platform for as long as possible is the goal because that's what generates revenue for Tiktok. There's a feedback. Feedback loop going on here in which tiktok gathers information about its users that it makes use of that information to tweak the presentation of the platform to those users in an effort to improve the experience and by improve the experience. I mean encourage more engagement, then monitor the results..

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