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Russian forces advancing in Ukraine's east

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Russian forces advancing in Ukraine's east

"Russian forces continue to fight for control of Sierra Donetsk and eastern Ukrainian city that's key to Moscow's goal of completing the capture of the industrial Donbass region In his nightly address president volodymyr zelensky said Ukrainian forces are holding their positions in the city amid fierce fighting in the streets as Russia tries to deploy more forces in the address he added but it is the 103rd day and the Ukrainian Donbass stands It stands firmly Zelensky added Moscow's forces intend to take the southeastern city of Zappa region home to more than 700,000 people a move that could severely weaken Ukraine's standing and allow the Russian military to advance closer to the center of the country I'm Charles De

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"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You're into into interesting. Approaches to music. Album specifically is really interesting. Is a festival like us. Well there's a lot of things going on with it because it's not. It's it's a collection of songs that i keep adding to because being netted digital delivery one hundred songs on it and still be called an album. Neil it's like a playlist. it's your however you want to call it but but yeah there's the intention is to find things from to and i've got fourteen years worth of a you know we. We did eighty one hundred shows a year for fourteen years before kobe. Shut it down. We love this when you come by zapper. The real last name. Yeah really it's sicilian and and it's funny because we got to go to the little town up in the hills. You know in sicily where my dad's family originally emigrated and there was this little street's called visa mono- which they later in the last most years renamed to via zappa but it was funny to go there because it was like a tiny tiny little place where you can tie up your donkey and size of a garage. And that's the house that wow you lived in zappa's there now i think there are but that's the kind of town where you walk in if you're a stranger all the blinds closed somebody peeks through like what's going i look like vinnie in italian in italy. It means people at the top of the mountain. Well zappa apparently. A translation ends up being garden. Whole like it's something to work with the earth like a farmer. Well that yeah that one is. I think we were more difficult to transfer. Here's the weirdest thing. My name which is completely made up. When we didn't translated a certain way in japanese things can get like really esoteric translations. What it's my made up name in japanese. So i've been told by someone who's very good at these kinds of things says that one of the translations is like the equivalent of the apple doesn't fall far from the tree it's like from the you know what it's like this like ridiculous made up name and you're named your sister while you loon unit and everybody thought that was strange too. Yeah i mean so no no. I've not units so we used audience first of all we we like to entertain at the end of this show of questions from the audience but this is more of us out of the question questions more of an observation or knowledge that you are actually a chicago cubs. Fan becomes yeah. I was psyched when they won the world series. You know before. I started playing guitar. I was really into baseball and i actually at twelve years old had pitched a no hitter in in little league and so but home. We used to get all the wgn. Daytime gains really. So i would watch and the funny part was like randomly like one of my favorite players to watch and he ended up being the disgrace player of all. Time was bill buckley at such a sad story. I know number twenty two i. I had the number twenty two on a lot of things..

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"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It'd be a song like yellow snow or cosmic debris or something like that so people think of him more as a novelty. Act like weird al something you know now. Weird al's incredible musician but he's also known to have a sense of humor. Suddenly when you have a sense of humor. People don't take you serious. That was the thing. I wanted to let people know more about my dad's music in abroad or way which ended up taking the last fifteen years of my life and the next. Yeah i know my kids. You know once a special effects makeup artist and other ones that is a medical. So i really don't talk much music to them you know. Even though they were little they went to all over. Shows have a question to ask you too much. We playing parts of it. We didn't do thing because You know there's there's a lot of that stuff with the flow and eddie style. Where a lot of. It's improvised things or folk. More things that get insertive Jerk so you're yeah. I think about a second so you know in in some cases what i try to do with my dad's music was i did at least for the first maybe six or eight years of doing the project. I removed the the comedy stuff for the most part. I focused on the more serious and difficult music. Because i felt like the stuff that if you really want to get to know what my dad did you should be exposed to that. And so the humor part of it came back into the music. After i felt like we had explored a lot of the other stuff ultimately you know i i love all the music but there's stuff that i prefer over other things and i prefer to focus the time and energy into playing some of that. The more complicated things that really represent the genius of his. I did this to lyrics toll. When i was i was pretty musicianship. Yeah me too coffee when you talk about musicianship late with your dad. Somethings that he did. I don't even i. You guys obviously could Could talk her mind..

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"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The baked potato the band. I said people always used to shut white a. Sunshine really played that stuff. And i i. I went to the two thousand and five union in madison square gardens. Unless and i was like i was and i was like this is good shit. I kinda like this when i everybody was there about. Roger waters was this thing was there. I think lenny exactly air those guys back. Ed backstage was. Yeah so i mean. That's what stymied doing. When i started playing. I realized that i don't have to think about this because my dad taught me i played away. I play and it it was. I was even listening to the stuff after i played it go. My dad's stealing home my licks. I play it very much. Light my dad so it was kind of a no grain of you know when my dad was dying i was like you just felt like you know he'd done sung much decision. Incredible planted really changed drumming. The i should just keep his legacy alive as long as i can playing guitar. Well is wil. John's who's taxes nephew. Sandy's andy johns. Wow yeah i know. I know i know we the as wife the kid. He had upbringing as well. That guy now past have drugs. I mean it's gonna do the backlog on the second album. And i walked into the studio first day and he was like on the board. And andy are you up. I might be out of it but man gets kill someone was. I don't remember any stuff like that. Must've been lying now. He was he was straightened out by them. Because i had got him to work with rod stewart fan and brought him into rod stewart thing and we got some great trump sounds and it was great. It was really good engineer producer for one believable bramley. Yeah hey guys we right back after a word from our sponsors welcome back to hanging a banyan right here on artists on lockdown the genius genius you talk about a two acre you talk about zappa but the apiece episode genius that might companies broken. There's no handle on your resource. That i get the protein cup he gets. The good cup looked like it was a. Do coffee really. Let's call it. That actually from south america when i played down in south america by myself that made all these nice things for me and it was the cup. How cool thank you well. How did you lose the handle that we got asked. I think it selling the kitchen and made all the way from south america and my suitcase breaks in the kitchen drop. Whatever happened to hard on the on the that i remember the handle was broke after columbine left my house one time Always blame it on the big brother. I don't know it might have been made. I remember diesel as about two weeks before you father passed away. I was on the phone with. And i was going out to a clinic. Torn else gonna come up to the house and sam because he was sick and everything and we talk. No we talked about. We chatted on the phone and said okay. We'll get back up. Come on in. Come on to the house i said okay. And then he passed away laws on an atlas dumbbell. Yeah it was joy dumbbell..

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"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Www ovation shuffle. And we were good friends. I i remember one time probably early. Maybe two thousand five We're putting ella fudge back together. You know detroit. And i was on the phone with it. He said said you would right. You said why are you doing vanilla. Fudge fuck fat. Put this back together. So but you don't have to happen. And that's why. I was staying at high pulled apart. You almost like a musical chemist as grading at the elements and putting them together winning. When is this show on on my My website just zappa dot com and shadow. Yes available there. We've it's actually a A bundled package because you can. You can check it out different ways. You can either go episode by episode or we did something where you can hear the episodes. That only pertain to the first six records. So we call that the early years now and then you have the next group which becomes the era. Was sammy and gary sharon. And then dave's back so we have one version. We get just the the right here right now. Which is the Sammy hagar gary era. And then you have the fifty one fifty package which has all the episodes but the whole thing is is done in a way where. It's all a purchaseable product in bundles. Or you can go episode by episode. It's really really sad to see it really is. It's very interesting kofi when you when you play up there and he got the music cream and i know you've you've committed to carrying on your dad's legacy mayor affect you kind of told them committed for that that you keep his legacy going but we all know that that ginger probably never played the song the same way twice to tell me you know. It'd be pissed off if he plays way twice so it was like that was the thing about him was always played. Elusive feis improvisation. That's came from the jazz thing. That's that whole era was all improvised. Price value proposition bras. Ation right anyways to vessel. That's what we played today. When i play like that still and when we have to do a video i don't know what the hell i played too. I can't copy myself it off. You see my dad said bad things about everybody except with zappa. I remember when i was a kid. My mom had hot. Lattes thing and my dad told it was great. So i mean that pissed off everybody except zappa and that's the funny part. Though was that jack. Bruce played on the postal apostrophe but then he went on to say not nice things about my so go figure. Well there you go into that kind of music. So i think that's what my mom did nike. My mom's too. I want to listen to talk for guide. You kofi when you're playing since his was so improvisational so you've gotta you've got challenge of trying to be improvisational yet. Emulating the music at cream just drugs. You're lying down drugs. Remember i have to tell people. I do so that they think communist ginger baker potential in to the legacy legacy. I mean i just i mean i've done fusion my whole life i got into. I was into zappa. When i was a kid. That was what i was listening to. I was just apostrophe vinnie and bosio and those are the dramas like man. That's what i wanna do. I wasn't this cream. I didn't want to listen to my dad's music. I was always into fusion. So i play fusion my whole life which allowed me to get nowhere. He got ya indiana. I even went to the zilja thing. And it was jason. Bottom zach starsky to drama fame. Bigger what about being from so to say you play the hell play long so off..

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"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I know mussa. Nfl tonight steve. This is our forty fifth show. And i was never that good math and i'm thinking seven more makes it a complete friskin year. We're doing this. We're gonna great. What am i gonna check to. I couldn't find it. Forty five weeks one of those ten as a male male. Oh is that you couldn't you couldn't mail at this wasn't enough money to mail it all. It bowed sorry. We're gonna work on that. We got to renegotiate your country. I gotta say then he. I can't. I can't believe what you're wearing it first of all having a white collared shirt. That's borrow it from somebody. No actually look how wrinkle it is. It's been in decline. Notice the wester. All strom big. Even it's cool. You liked it so much. You slept in it last night. That's really cool. That is some state look. It looks like some patch something was stuck on the inside. Probably a backstage pass at some point so sticky. Oh i can't believe. I can't believe we're talking bad fashion right now and we've got to incredible guys. Wait to come on this show right. This is a big one. This is a real big one. And they all are but this the legacy these legacy performers obviously son's of giants. But it's an amazing thing the amount of talent and what they've done independently of their families for their careers. I mean you know if you see any of these guys either of these guys on stage. You're like wow not only. Does that record not fall far from the tree but they are doing their own thing. And i'll tell you now you guys work with these guys before haven't you. Yeah not ways all smoked season. We did. I worked with kofi. Well we we both work with kofi at your place. What we drove was because coffees dad was going to be on that show and he got sick. And you got you got kofi. Yes it was wonderful. Because he's always been really a big a big part of our place over there every time shows everyone loves them so let's bring him kofi baker sons ginger baker and also the star of music cream. Now glasses glasses zoos. That was quite the smiler. Look at you. I know smile. Well good brother making it during this whole block down thing. Oh i have been just so depressed and just drugs taking sunset drugs checking on here and every day you travel so it's just another day for you. Yeah syringe syringes though. That's tough yeah. There's a run on those things. He's on honest. Yes yes yes yes. Hey let's bring to the microphone. Also our other our second. Guess tonight. I mean his dad legendary. Frank zappa but i tell you. What if you've if you've never seen diesel in concert by himself. It's incredible his command for guitar. I stand backstage. i'm amazed let's bring 'em up diesel zappa. Thanks for being around. He's older everybody. I just love new. I love talking to well. Because you're pretty much the antithesis of that rockstar. kinda dude and and all kidding aside because you listen. Listen to your your your vocal accurate..

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Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

"Gail welcome to the show. All right currently danielle. You guys how're you. Oh it's been a hectic morning all good before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start up these interviews with our quick lightning brown to get warmed up. Quick questions quick answers. You're ready go stay ready ready carly. Let's do it okay. First job on your resume. Fosters brees is a hamburger stand. And i worked behind the counter to hamburger stand in high. Make good hamburger. I don't say i'd make a good hamburger. But i was really good at taking the orders and putting them in the bags. Okay while next question was actually going to be. Do you have a secret hobby or skill. Now you could say it's putting a hamburger into a bad but is there another one. I'm looking for a hobby. I don't actually have a hobby. I don't i don't either. I aspire to have a hobby other than sleep and my skill is. I think i'm a very good eater whether it's fine dining whether it's a dive place. I think i'm a very good eater. That's a great skill to have. I think so too. I'm very proud of that too. I once went on a date guys in a guy said to me. I've never seen a woman order this month did. Did he have a second date. Yeah no absolutely. Do you speak any other languages. Piglet what best describes your work day working nine till blink. It is working nine till blank is good. It is working nine to five. Plus five i would say. Are you an inbox zero person. This is such a great question because the other day i looked at it guys i know i keep saying i'm going to get zero. I've never gotten to zero and it has like two thousand emails cash. Yeah what is the hardest interview. You've done. I would say frank zappa from years ago. It's a one that threw me. Because i asked him you know. His children are named diesel and moon unit. You that and so. I thought it was a very fair question to as you know. Diesel and moon unit. Those are very unusual names as their history there or is there meaning. He goes no their names like gale. Do you have any other questions

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Gen.G Sign NaturE to Valorant Roster

Esports Minute

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Gen.G Sign NaturE to Valorant Roster

"News out of Valor. It has a Korean organization. Genji is reportedly in talks to sign nature to set their roster. In stone, for the time being Genji, had placed Danny human on the inactive roster, resulting in the most recent signing, as well as the various trials and trials from players like Zappa. And Brock nature was a member of Immortals until they failed to advance further than Masters in March. With the team finishing last long side, exit Genji. Had also failed to qualify for the Back event, but will look to reset with the addition of Nature and look to compete in the latter half of the year on the valid Champions to her following stage. Two masters

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Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

The Autosport Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press

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Red Bull Looking Strong at Bahrain Grand Prix Practice

The Autosport Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Red Bull Looking Strong at Bahrain Grand Prix Practice

"I. around bravo and joining me today to discuss everything is motorsport becomes editor jonathan noble. Now john how are you good. Thanks very much enjoyed today. Actually for for a friday practice session and we've had some boring ones in the past. I loved it. how did he find the show's format. I really liked actually. Because sometimes you an hour and a half. He often set there. That the teams will do nothing for the first twenty minutes so boring installation apps in the afternoon will be lost in long runs and Today there was no. They couldn't waste any time. They had to get out there to be doing stuff. I think what may happen is we may get a pattern. As the season progresses in terms of when they do new laws and old tires or long runs and short runs mixed up today but it was really frantic. had a little bit extra spice to it and you sense maybe teams have had to show a bit more bit more pace than they normally would like to on a friday. I feel like sessions had a lot more energy than we used to like he said and it was just nice to not have those gaps that you used to practice sessions where you just sitting around waiting for more to happen. Maybe it's just the excitement mean back of the cause on track. But i definitely loved it today now ahead of today. Of course one of the biggest topics was red bull locked and the fact. That mercedes want looking. Quite as good as what we're used to. Max zappa and topped the sheets for both sessions today. But what are your thoughts on. How right boy looking the looking strong. I mean i think. Sergio perez is first race weekend for red bull. Those kind of a big step for him to get in their new car new team new concepts all that sort of things He's he's admitted. Single outpaces lacking at the moment doesn't think he's at one with a car he's probably having to over. Think a little bit too much which suggests pacers and coming naturally to him. Which is he's ended up six. Tenths off max. Today but for max kind of the the perfect star

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art sets reopening date after a year of COVID-19 closure

All Things Considered

02:45 min | 1 year ago

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art sets reopening date after a year of COVID-19 closure

"Exhibitions. Inside, those museums have sat mainly unseen by people in person. The L. A County Museum of art or lack money to name just one has lost millions of dollars during that time, those dollars by the way, helping to maintain collections and pay their staff and we'll help art in the community thrive. As of Monday, Lackman got the okay to open for indoor visits as covert case numbers continue to be on the decline. And Lackman is among a handful of museums that you can soon enjoy inside, masked and distance. Of course. Art INSIDER Lindsay Preston Zappa's is editor in chief of Contemporary Art Review. Los Angeles She's here to run down the openings or the re openings as it were in what you will actually be able to see when you go inside. Hey, Lindsay. Hey, Steve. Museums are back open. Yeah. I mean, I want to knock on some wood right? Because obviously, you know, we don't know what's gonna happen down the road, but we're hoping this is Better world or at least ah, more open world lack MMA announcing that they're gonna They're gonna open to a modified capacity inside 25% starting the first of April. That is obviously just a couple of weeks away, But there's Art inside those galleries. It's already up ready for people to see. I mean, well, you have to make an appointment to go. How's how's all this gonna work? Yeah, Exactly. There's a lot of details. As you can imagine that kind of need to be rearranged and reorganized. And this is such an exciting moment. L A has really been waiting for this. Go ahead. San Francisco was able to re open museums earlier this month. So l A art institutions have been very patient and also very frustrated as we've, you know, kind of waited to go back into this red tear that actually allows for museums to now re open. Um so lack. MMA is one of the first that I've seen to really announce a specific date and to roll out a very specific protocol of how they're going to be doing this. S o. They'll be using advanced time entry online tickets, eh? So you have to order your ticket ahead of time. You can't just show up to LACMA and buy a ticket on site. You have to order online by using the Internet or by calling and I read that tickets will be released in batches, so to be sort of one week at a time on, But first tickets go live on March 25th. So And then once you arrived to lack, Ma, you'll do an online health screening and also a temperature check. Um and you know, there's so many other protocols that they've listed as well. So they were clearly ready for this clearly waiting for this moment and waiting for the county to kind of give the green light and Yeah, they're ready to go with a plan. Mean Lackman. Other museums and galleries too. I would

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The art of SEO with Stephan Spencer

SEO 101

09:17 min | 1 year ago

The art of SEO with Stephan Spencer

"Tell us a little bit about how much things have changed. It's been quite a journey. Free has been a journey for all of us but Alan on this wild ride. That wasn't just an internet business journey. It was a personal transformation. Johnny to i'll. I'll get to that in a minute but from an internet marketing perspective. Yeah things have changed a lot. I remember using web position. Gold and thinking. Wow this is really having to make a separate version for every one of these search engines of the same content just feels really nikki to me and and wasteful and stupid and. I just did not like doing that. And didn't do much of it because they hated it so much and thankfully that was something that just got became irrelevant when google came along when Actually when backrub came line which became google. Can you believe that was the name of of kids to their dorm room looking to name things. Funny thing names you know so. I just fell in love with google and wanted to figure out how to reverse engineer it and at the time we were building ecommerce websites as the primary business but baking. Seo into those websites became a fiction of ours and and for me in particular and then i realized that there are a lot of other kinds of websites out there and bigger businesses who would never hire a small agency to build an ecommerce site for them. Because maybe it's a huge brand like target dot com or something so we wanted to offer audits and standalone seo consultancy services beyond just making it into an ecommerce website build and That was back in two thousand or so two thousand two thousand and one and We've been cash. it's been It's been a long road and there've been a lot of google updates and it's not about chasing after the latest update. It's like driving a car using only the rear view mirror. If that's the case and my thet ford to the future of future proofing year Your business and Online business your website and so that would involve things like a and Scalable strategies things of course need to be pearly white hat not just pretty white hat and is to be you know super super white and stuff that you're comfortable sharing with google engineers and saying here's what i'm doing if there's anything you're at all not comfortable with you should reevaluate something. You are happy to to show off to google engineer or Be happy for your competitor. Discover when they're reverse engineering what you're up to in terms of seo than yeah you should reevaluate it. You've said you've mentioned reverse engineering a lot in the first couple minutes of this help take part of reverse of your career has reverse engineering big. Sounds like it's a big. Yeah so i figured out at pretty early stage in in my business career that i could not just reverse engineer google's algorithm but kind of Put a middleware layer between my clients website and the greater internet and thus i could Kind of search and replace real time things that were not search engine optimized on the core website but i would like to search engine optimize it and serve it up to and needed a proxy kind of middleware layer in order to do that. Because if i were to do that on the Let's say blue martini. If you remember that platform install it would take many minds. And maybe a million dollars to implement the changes that i wanted to see on the live site and so i invented a proxy reverse proxy technology Back in two thousand and three called gravity stream and that actually became the majority revenue producing component or part of the agency and a. It was a big reason why i was able to sell the agency in two thousand and ten because that was Like majority of the revenue was performance based pricing. We had client for example. zappa's We charge seven figures in Pay for performance Spend in a year's time because we were generating that much value for them. We charged on a cost per click basis. Fifteen cents a click so everybody wanted to sign up because folks who doesn't want pay for performance if you don't get the performance you don't get the value you don't pay for it so we bring that back down to kind of our core audience which is really people that are just learning about see. Oh just trying to understand how to get better at seo. What can they do at their level. What kind of things would make sense for them to try to reverse engineer without these big multi million dollar tools. Is there something they can do as as new people to really help them totally leverage yeah totally just off the cuff. Some examples here just doing a simple. Google search can help you to reverse engineer. Let's say what buzzfeed is doing in order to get so many links and and so much Click through nee click throughs. It's the the hook and the headline. That's kind of their secret sauce. They have the pick really good Images and they write the articles. Well and you know come up with great quizzes and all that as well but really it starts with the hook and then the headline and if you want to reverse engineer what they're doing as inspiration to raise your own viral content link worthy of viral content. So that you can get like they get. You might put in your topic. Plus site colin buzzfeed dot com in as a google search. And see what comes up as The articles and and the headlines if you want to get a little fancier with it you could do in title colon and then the topic. There's no space after the coal by the way so entitled colon plumbing for example if you're plumber and then site colon buzzfeed dot com. It's so simple. And yet you're aren being essentially ripping off in duplicating But i like. I said with using it as inspiration not copy and paste so. Let's actually do that. Site colon buzzfeed dot com and then in title colon plumbing or vice versa. Doesn't matter the order can do entitled i or cyclone i seven expert plumbing tips to keep in mind. This thanksgiving The race is on for plumbing at the push of a button. What was thanksgiving interesting. Yeah i was going to blow in me to wait a minute plumbing. I'm worried about his thanksgiving is the aftermath. But that's besides okay so anyways you you get the idea that you can find what for whatever topic it is. Unless it's super super nisha. Could let's say you want to write about hurricanes entitled colin hurricane or entitled colin hurricanes and then say cohen buzzfeed dot com buzzfeed dot com. I is my favorite kind of goto a place to reverse engineer. What they're doing in terms of their their hooks and headlines but there's also viral nova distract defy board panda up worthy a lot of these viral sites that get tons and tons of traffic and you just are looking for

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Buffalo Springfield's Mr Soul Brings Back Memories

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Buffalo Springfield's Mr Soul Brings Back Memories

"Unless it to a song I haven't thought about since my childhood, which is where I always travel back to on the weekends. And for what must have been the 30th time, I'm listening to a song from buffalo Springfield back in the 60s. It's a really nasty, hard psychedelic song called mister soul. And I'm sure a lot of you knew right away what that is. Others have no idea. I'm going to put a YouTube video of it on the Facebook page. And singing lead vocals on this song is none other than Neil Young, obviously he was one of the big stars of buffalo springs. Buffalo Springfield. Buffalo full Springsteen buffalo Springfield. Now I'm not a big giant fan of Neil Young. Outside of a few songs. But the ones I do like, I really like a lot. Like powder finger or harvest moon. And more on those in a bit. But Neil Young just fucking destroys this song, mister Seoul. I'm watching a documentary on Netflix Friday night called echoes in the canyon. And it was a great peek into how amazing the music scene was here in Southern California. Especially off this long windy road that we all know here called Laurel canyon. And back in the back in the day, everybody who was anybody in music lived there. The Beach Boys, Frank Zappa, Jackson Brown, the birds, The Mamas & the Papas, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Tons more. And it even got increasingly more popular into the 70s, but what they created in this two or three year period is absolutely unbelievable. It's clearly the best music of that generation. And for those of you who don't know, Laurel canyon is a twisty road that and it's also got a lot of break offs, a lot of like what they call a capillary road that split off and into just wild directions, you know, most of which are cul de sacs and some really beautiful homes. But it's a road that goes over the mountains and on one side it could empty you out into the valley where people like me live or if you go the other way, it can put your right into the heart of Hollywood right on sunset boulevard. It dumbs off at sunset boulevard. So back in the day, these artists, they all played clubs on the strip, like the troubadour, whisky, a go go. And when they were done, crowds of people who went to see them, but all like drive up Laurel canyon, and then it wasn't that hard to find the house on the houses, and they just drive up to the typical the musician's house. And the party would continue. They'd break out their instruments, people would sit around, and it became like, you know, another 12 hour party.

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Bobby Sharma on the Recent Esports Survey

Esports Network Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Bobby Sharma on the Recent Esports Survey

"Show is focusing on a study published in mid November, which is an annual look at the E Sports industry the studies conducted by Foley & lardner law firm and specifically fully Sports Entertainment Group where Bobby is a special advisor home study was also conducted a partnership with the Esports Observer. This is the third year the study would you introduce hundreds of Executives around Esports? I will go through all the findings here at all, like the full report below the show, but some of them That's that were of Interest Who did that 73% of survey respondents expect to see increased investment in Esports a Zappa demek wide Stewart head over Q4 2020 and q1 20-21 the study also touched on gambling house additional Sports could use Esports and better ways and a lot more interesting Insight from leading Executives across the US and Europe. Primarily Bobby took the different findings in the report was there would start that really stood out to you something that surprised you. What's what's all the data was done collected. I don't think anything surprised me. I think I mean this is a really interesting survey that fully laden has been conducting now for three years and it gets even more interesting with each passing year to see the evolution of the industry at least a perception of the the evolution of the industry in real time. But last year, you know looking at Trends is always really interesting last year. I think we saw a more mature birth. Level of investment come in in the sense that you had more private Equity Capital than Venture Capital than in the past which makes sense given that the sports industry is young but quickly maturing and there there seemed to be a lot more long-term Value Place for investors the pandemic of course thrown a wrench into everything and not you know to answer your question or directly. I'm not surprised that the findings of this survey basically are mixed in that of course, like all sports media and entertainment properties Esports has taken a hit to some extent because of the massive disruption because of covid-19 and depend emack that that's that's basically disrupted, you know, any any events or oriented business and whereas a lot of people understand these boards to live largely online the reality is that you log Culture lives, you know very much in person at large Gatherings and Arenas and stadiums and and in smaller scale type of event so that that's had a direct impact to the revenue but I say mixed because throughout this pandemic there has been certainly a perception that Esports has thrived and it's definitely true to a certain extent. It's been terrific for the Publishers because more people are playing video games more people have more time in the day because they're not competing or you know are at home where a lot of these things are consumed and participated in and no part of our survey questions and and the narrative that you mentioned you're linking that we put together from the results speaks to to those Trends where we've had some of the media companies reporting, you know web traffic up wage. 75% in terms of gaming you've had certain situations where you've had, uh, you know gambling become, you know, what will I'm sure we'll speak to that later become an actual regulated phenomenon for Esports that wasn't in the past because of in part because of the absence complete absence in the second quarter of this year of any traditional Sports at all to bet on so it's it's been I'd say the good is outweighed the bad and I think that's that's where the the survey Nets out for Esports and that it's it's taken a hit but a minor and it's it's poised for more growth going forward relative to traditional Sports, which is I think what makes these Sports so amazing is that it has such a big and under monetized and young and negatively digital Highly Educated High disposable income audience that everybody wants to to to connect with so long. So yeah, I think both the for the good and the bad good outweighing the bad the results are not too surprising and nothing really surprising to me. I should say

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Business Community Mourns the Loss of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh

Business Wars Daily

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Business Community Mourns the Loss of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh

"Tony shay was a rarity a business. Executive who was almost universally beloved shade died november twenty seventh at the age of forty six following injuries sustained in a house. Fire connecticut home. His death prompted outpourings of stories about shay's unusual and unusually successful approach to business for twenty years. he was. ceo zappa dot com the online shoe and clothing retailer. He let it with philosophy summed up in the two word title of his best selling book delivering happiness in two thousand ten. He told cbs news. He believed it was possible to make customers. Employees and investors happy while still turning a profit which he did in spades amazon acquired zappa's dot com in two thousand nine for one point two billion dollars shea invested in the online shoe cite zappa's dot com. Then call shoe site dot com in nineteen ninety nine a young entrepreneur. He had already founded in grown and online. Advertising site called link exchange a year earlier at the age of twenty four. He sold link exchange to microsoft for two hundred sixty five million dollars shortly after investing in shusei dot com. He became ceo and the company changed. Its name to zappa's taken from the spanish word for shoes ocado when she was initially pitched on investing in shoe site dot com. He was skeptical in nineteen ninety nine. The beginning of the internet bubble ecommerce was still young and untested. conventional wisdom. Was that you couldn't sell shoes online. Because customers were used to try on shoes before buying them but then she learned that five percent of shoe buyers already purchase shoes from catalogs. That's five percent of what was then a forty billion dollar market that persuaded shea to take a crack at online shoe sales even though he later told cbs news. I'm not a shoe person at all. Rather he would wear one pair for two years until they wore out and then by another to conquer the hurdle that customers needed to try on shoes shape pioneer to custom. We take for granted today. Zappa's would ship for free and allow returns for a year. It was not uncommon for customers to order five pairs of shoes in return for. That was okay with shay. He wanted customers for life to that end. He invested in domestic call center workforce rather than outsourcing to countries with cheaper labour famously. He empowered those customer support employees to do whatever they needed to make customers happy. There are no time limits on phone calls one. Possibly apocryphal story was that a worker stayed on the phone with one customer. For more than five hours. Critics wondered how zappa's could make money by investing so much in the people who answered the phones after all only about five percent of customers ordered on the phone the rest purchased online shea. Believe however that the phone was branding opportunity customer service by workers who bent over backwards to help them would be customers forever and of course they tell others about their experiences in addition he wanted his employees to be so happy that they would consider working at zappa's a calling not a career. He went so far as to offer to pay new employees to quit. The offer received a few weeks into a new job. Ranged from about one thousand to three thousand dollars the idea. He didn't want employees to stay if they weren't passionate about the job and the culture his quirky management technique became widely known simply as the offer growth was swift in two thousand revenues. Were about one point. Six million dollars by the time of the sale nine years later revenues had reached a billion dollars after the amazon acquisition shea. Stayed on as ceo. He retired last summer. Devoting himself to an economic development project in las vegas where he lived under shays. Leadership amazon is said to have allowed zappa's to remain as independent as an amazon acquisition. Could be recently. However the company's begun integrating it more fully offering prime rewards to zappa's customers the idea to help it. Maintain competitiveness against chains like dsw owned by conglomerate designer brands with several hundred warehouse stores. Nationwide dsw's one of the largest shoe retailers in america it consistently plies customers with loyalty discounts and coupons in an effort to get them to return to its brick and mortar stores again and again but cova closures hit designer brands. Hard in the second quarter which offers first sales fell. Almost in half third quarter results will be released next week. Twenty years after a young tony shay became convinced that yes you could sell shoes online. He turned out to be not only unconventional but prescient in a pandemic. it may be about the only place to sell them in a statement following shays death zappa. Ceo kadosh dish. Pandey said the world has lost a tremendous visionary and an incredible human being

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In 'Sound Of Metal,' Sudden Hearing Loss Sends A Drummer Reeling

Filmspotting

03:04 min | 1 year ago

In 'Sound Of Metal,' Sudden Hearing Loss Sends A Drummer Reeling

"Santa metal stars. I'm ed as a rock drummer to lose his hearing. It is the feature debut for director darius that means it might be worthy of golden brick consideration atom. i know you've seen now Would that be accurate. Well i i do want to note that i also saw zappa and i think it's really good certainly a little bit rousing and undoubtedly competently made by alex winter so recommendation there but i also definitely got my music fix in sound of metal. Even though the music part of it isn't really what the story is about and i think we will probably or at least i will talk more as we get into the end of year award season about the performances. Here on med. But someone i had never seen on screen before. Maybe a couple credits to his name. An actor named paul racy who plays i guess kind of his his counselor and his caretaker. After a meds character. Reuben does go death and has to find a place really to be taught how to exist in a world as a deaf man and that performance by paul racy was one that i think is among my favorite of the year josh in a supporting role and sound metals. Definitely golden brick material. What i will say is it takes a really bold approach in terms of its overall artistic design and certainly in terms of its sound design which is from the very beginning it orients itself around the perspective of ahmet. There are instances of it that orient you as a viewer from sort of objective. Point of view. This is what an outsider might be experiencing or seeing play out for the most part in a way that i think for some viewers could be jarring. It was even jarring or difficult at times for me. For the most part you are always experiencing the world as resides character. Ruben experiences the world and so if you're someone who's behind a drum set and you're pounding away. While his girlfriend and collaborator as a musician is at the front of the stage. she's performing we really only hear her kind of wailing and the sound of her instrument the way he would hear it behind the drum set and similarly then as he starts to lose his hearing and then he loses it completely. There are many scenes the play out completely without sound where we only do experience it as viewers as he is in that moment and i do think it really pays off here so probably more say and there will be more to come on sound of metal here in the next month or so but for now i definitely want to recommend it. I think it's absolutely a golden brick nominee or should be on the shortlist. I know that we did that. Special here. just over thanksgiving and had a bunch of titles already we were throwing into. The mix of metal definitely belongs there. I'm curious what you and listeners. Think gets playing exclusively on amazon

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"zappa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"zappa" Discussed on KCRW

"Documentary about the legendary Frank Zappa. I believe it is simply entitled Zappa and I've got something off of the soundtrack that I wanted to get to right here right now. KCRW. Do it again. Do it again. Way the other way. The other people the other day we have no way to get you. Yes, I am crazy. Out of my mind. Do you think that I creep in the night and sleeping out from Let me take a minute. You're not taking this show. You better know another person. Do you think that my pants are too tight? Do you think that I'm greedy? Let me take a minute. You better have another person. The other people who are the other people. On the other hand, the other people to wait to get rid of you wear the other way. The other people on the other people, you know, people forget you. I loved you. Stupid. Do you think that I dreamed through that night of holding you near me? Yeah. Let me take a minute to tell you my plan, Anything. I'm telling you, I am with Children. You better know I'm another person,.

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Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Dies at 46 From Injuries

Reveal

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Dies at 46 From Injuries

"The retired CEO of the online shoe retailer, Zappos dot com, has died. Tony Shea died from injuries he suffered in a fire this month and Lula New London, Connecticut. He was 46 years old. She had recently retired from Zappa's After 20 years. He also worked to revitalize downtown Las Vegas. Examples was sold to Amazon for $1.2 billion in 2009, but Shay stayed with the company until it's retirement. In 2013. He pledged $350 million for redevelopment and moved Zap asses headquarters to the

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Nike stock surges 10% as fiscal 2021 revenue is expected to rise

MarketFoolery

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Nike stock surges 10% as fiscal 2021 revenue is expected to rise

"We're GONNA start with some earnings and no better place to start then Nike shares of Nike up twelve percent and hitting an all time high. After Nike issued a first quarter report that was highlighted by what else? Amazing. Digital. Sales. Although I should say their their profits did come in much higher than expected to. Yeah, Nike Hat Prophets of ninety six cents per share versus the forty seven that was expected. So they definitely beats on both the top and the bottom lines and depending on how you read this earnings report and the story that you're telling you can paint two very different pictures for Nike. Here skeptics will tell you that their total revenue year-over-year still fell eight percent despite the fact that it was up on a quarterly basis. So this was by no means a blowout quarter in terms of their top line, but if you. Look at the bigger picture, Nike has been changing their distribution strategy, and so the fact that sales weren't down more when they cut so many large distribution partners over the past few months is actually pretty astounding and what we're seeing the market react to here in my opinion is actually the stellar growth online sales online sales grew eighty two percent more than doubling in certain regions of the world. So this is really a testament not only to renewed demand for Nike's products, but it's a good first step in a changing distribution strategy. We also saw that show up in in their inventory and the way they're managing their inventory. It was a little bit of a challenge last quarter they brought some of that down this quarter so nice to see that improvement. Also, seems like Nike is optimistic about the holidays is that fair to say Definitely. Fair to say what's notable about where you saw their sales come in this quarters is that despite the overall contraction compared to the year ago period sales for footwear, their footwear division, which is really core Nike still grew. So I think they're optimistic about renewed demand especially heading into the holiday season but more importantly especially because they put so much emphasis on to their digital sales, which is really going to be what catalyze people to order people. I think it's safe. Assumption are not going to be traveling as much. This holiday season potentially not going to be giving gifts that they aren't able to order online as much as they were last. Year. So the fact that Nike has reinvested so much money into really connecting direct to consumers and a manner that establishes a more of a relationship between Nike and consumers is potentially going to be good for them and holiday sales. But what's worth pointing out here is that they did cut a lot of partners we talked about it previously, but they cut ZAPPA's they cut dillard's so their foot traffic, the people walking into a store and buying a pair of Nikes that's probably going to be down for the foreseeable future they're going to need to prove that they can pull those customers back in to their digital sales to make it worth it. And this is something they've been investing a lot in over the last few years. So I mean this this is one of those quarters where you see those investments pay off but to your point, this is. When you when you cut off partnerships like that. Then, you're doing so with the confidence that you're going to be able to make it up on your own. and. That wasn't an a political decision in the sense that. Seemed like Nike shareholders were split down the middle about whether or not they believed cutting their partners and their distribution wholesalers really were was the best move for the company I tend to be on the side of I like Nike controlling more of their line controlling their relationship with consumers I. Think long term that can give them some pricing power but I have no doubt in. My mind that short term, you're going to see the impact in terms of their top line growth at the margin profile long-term improves as a result but let's be clear here cutting out what they deemed to be lower tier wholesalers to focus on specialized partnerships that was not a move that was universally perceived to be beneficial to the company. It really was a change interest Egypt. Direction.

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Cultivate Calm During Chaos With Neil Pasricha

The LEADx Show

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Cultivate Calm During Chaos With Neil Pasricha

"Welcome everyone to this lead x Webinar with Neil Pastor Rita. Thank you so much for joining Neil. Past reach is the author of seven bucks including the book of Awesome. The happiness equation Awesome is everywhere, and you are awesome. His Books Are New York. Times and number one international bestseller's and have spent over two hundred weeks on bestseller lists and sold millions of copies. Neal is one of the world's top brings speakers and his first Ted Talk. The three days of awesome is wearing to one of the ten most inspiring all time. He thinks rights to an speaks about intentional living, and all of his work focuses on the themes of gratitude, happiness, failure, resiliency, and trust welcome Neil. Well. Thank you so much for having me guys. On this cold slash hot sunny slash cloudy Friday afternoon slash morning. I am in Toronto Canada. And it is cold and cloudy and the afternoon here, but I can already see people chiming in on the side Jason's. That's good morning from. Kansas, happy Friday everyone. Guys, please. Let's the chat open that box open on my screen the whole time. I would love to be reinvented time. Why because right now? During coronavirus, one of the biggest sort of needs I feel that I need and I feel like you probably feel it too, is community. Connection. betsy, high from Boulder, Sonya Hi, from California. This is wonderful for Michigan Los Angeles anyone not a not from America it'd be great to hear as well. I don't know. Who I'm talking to the other thing that would be great to salvage front before we get into our exciting conversation. Cuban a love all the texts coming in, thank you is who knows me so when I ended up. Speaking to groups of people, hundreds of people like I'm doing right now. What I don't know is who have you have read the book on some or Oj Geek from India I'm hearing these great ones Calgary. High highly shot cloudy Gog always touting car, isn't it now I'm just kidding but I almost called love. coury loved the Chart Cut Restaurant downtown props to independent restaurants bookstores. Guys got to bring him back. So I. Don't know who's read any books book Balsam the happiness equation you are. Does anybody listened to my podcast three bucks? Maybe some of you were when you get to hear me other places has anyone ever heard me give a speech a Tedtalk? Have you seen like dislike me? Know where you touched my stuff, if at all, or maybe you're like I have no idea who Zappa at me so? You quit your Yapper, but let me know so I'm seeing a seeing I'm seeing some Yeah, Berta, I've never heard of you until now. Diane says you are not unique to me, but I'm already intrigued. The says I've read the happiness equation. oh, I watched you on. Ted Ted or lead Ex. Yeah, so there's lots of I like the newest Story never heard before. Guys don't be sorry. There's eight billion of us in the world right now. I'm one person My community, which I'd like to welcome you into. Is You know one hundred thousand people? These are people that want to live a deeply intentional life. The reason I want to do that is because about ten years ago. My wife left me. My best friend took his own life. These two things happened in the span of a few weeks. I was devastated I stopped. Eating I stopped sleeping. I! Was a skeleton of myself mentally physically psychologically, and then I started a blog called one thousand awesome things, dot com, and for thousand straight weekdays I wrote an entry. Cheer myself up like old dangerous playground equipment like the smell of bakery, air or wearing warm underwear from out of the dryer. The blog took off one best log on the world two years in a row one hundred million hits. It turned into a book called the Book of Awesome so that book here the black. One came out sold. A million copies was a big bestseller I thought that's my fifteen minutes of fame. I kept my job at Walmart the whole time. I got my blog went by. Everyone gets like one viral fleet in their life and their life, but it kept going, and it turns up. I needed to when I got remarried five years later I ended up writing a guidebook to my unborn child than how to live happy life that became my book called the happiness equation more recently. Now I have three boys, five three and one very happily married my wife, lastly on lucky say, and ever in a brand new book all about Resilience Okay so you are also came out last November. On Book Two right now, but of course everything shut down that about resilience. The subtitles had navigate change, wrestle failure and live in attentional

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White People Talking About Whiteness

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:52 min | 2 years ago

White People Talking About Whiteness

"Guys many, if not most white people don't think of themselves as racialist race, we might tell ourselves is a reality for people who have different skin colors than ours Black People Hispanic people, Asian people, Indigenous People, etc, but of course white is a race. Quick important side note here. Race is not a biological thing. It is socially constructed. Sadly the white people who seem to have most clearly grasped that white is race or white nationalists. But now it is time for the rest of US white people to actually see whiteness and to talk to each other about it. This many people in the racial justice world would argue. Is the key first step toward white people engaging fully in creating a more equitable society. My guest today is Eleanor Hancock. She's the executive director of group called White, awake which employs and I'm quoting here educational resources and spiritual practices. To engage white people and I'm quoting here again in the creation of just and sustainable society an quote. Eleanor was recommended to me by seven Selassie, who's one of the court teachers on the ten percent happier APP, and was on the show last week, and really powerful episode which I recommend you check out. In this episode Eleanor, and I talk about why this work is so important. Why so many white people resist it? The barriers white people face when they actually do begin the work. The role of meditation, and the problematic aspects of white woke kness in the discussions here we go eleanor Hancock. Nice to meet you virtually. Thanks again for doing this absolutely. So I'd be curious to hear how you came to this work. How and why you can't? I would star with just a little bit about my background and the different stages in my life that have led up to it. I grew up in West Texas. kind of a mid sized city very conservative environments. I'm solid GENENTECH's so I, didn't I was we had an integrated public school system? But that said there's I think a lot of kind of just default segregation that happens socially so I developed awareness of the differences that folks of color the differences of their experiences in the united. States in particular verses, my experience as a white person that began to happen for me in graduate school. It was a variety of different circumstances that led to that. One of them like. Having a roommate that was reading the autobiography of Asada Shukor, and just realizing I, knew about I knew about Amnesty International and that there could be folks who are imprisoned for political reasons, but I it was shocking to me to realize that was something that happened here in the United States, and then the other thing is very influential to me to jump in I. Hate interrupting my guest, but it might be worth explaining a little bit of a Sasha core in that back story just oh! So she's. Part of the Black Panthers and during this entire time period where the FBI. was, targeting civilians through their coin tell pro program and a lot of just extreme aggression on many different levels, including the outright murder of Fred Hampton while he was sleeping in his bed at night, and it was a really it was a political assassination, and during that time period they were able to capture Asada and create these charges against her that kept her in prison for a long time and. She escaped to Cuba. All of that history I would really encourage people to read about that. You can look up quantel pro and the FBI and understand. The destruction that occurred to a lot of the movements that brought a so much during the sixties, the fifties, sixties and seventies the ways that they were destroyed. And part of what happens when you infiltrate and destroy a movement from within is. All only harm it. Externally you create so much paranoia and violence within that then people also began to destroy one another in different ways, so in terms of my own. You know just how I came to this work I try not to Belabor the story too much, but I was in a series of classes and graduate school with a Chicano professor who was teaching performance our, and this was in the late nineties and I really. Learned a lot about what at the time we would have simply called identity politics through art. So. Yeah, being part of those performance art classes for the entire time. I was in graduate school, was really an eye opener that was also during this apetit Easter rebellion, and so we were all just starting to get online, and that was part of it was incredible about that time period. APETIT ZAPPA of southern Mexico, who are indigenous people who had risen up against their own governments specifically in response to Nafta the North American. Free Trade Agreement. And there are a lot of aspects of my world view that developed during that time period, and then as I lived in my life. You know I have a biracial daughter. Her father's African American during the time that we were married I had the privilege of spending a lot of time with his family and developing strong relationships with them, and experiencing myself as the minority I think that that's a unique experience that not every a lot of people don't have that opportunity to be inside of somebody else's space racially speaking and have to understand their norms and their experience and adapt to that. I think that's a really valuable experience.

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How Indigenous people are making connections and finding support during COVID-19 pandemic

Unreserved

04:22 min | 2 years ago

How Indigenous people are making connections and finding support during COVID-19 pandemic

"Is it important for you? To use ingredients from an indigenous worldview so to speak so becoming a chef and focusing on indigenous Lou cultures of the Americas know within the last seven years researching and in gaining knowledge. I realized that you know knowing where food comes from seasonally you know and food is our medicine and we have to continue serving or ancestral foods. No special bearing a timely. Today you know just serving on for example sage or Cedar T. for example has a lot of anti oxidants you know has a lot of these on properties that are able to help with your immune system Now you've been making large batches of food for weeks now. What would you say is the best dish that you've created on Tuesdays? We we try and and follow the traditional culinary restaurant scene. If you may so every Tuesday we do talk. Oh I know so instead of serving India Tacos we we. We focus on the South List and a Mexican style tacos of using fresh corn tortillas in Cedar Braids Bikes and hominy temporary beans. Oh my gosh. My mouth is watering right now. Brian so why do you think it's important particularly during this difficult time for people to turn to community and each other for support you know for me be? Navajo? The southwest and residing here in Dakota and territories. You know I feel like this. Is My second home being here as a chef and having a platform that I have I feel like I can use that as a tool to my advantage. So how this community dot org are forgotten about daring the ZAPPA crisis and why does send a native American elders? What inspired you to focus on them. Specifically something needed you know is just not only talk about unity when we talk about commute to you know we got to. Nali look towards our next generation of kids but also look into our roots and elders no showing that respect shown dot common love of where we came from. Well thank you so much for your efforts and your time today Brian. Thank you for the opportunity to share a story in the work that we are doing. Brian. Yeah Z. Is a Navajo Chef based out of Minneapolis? In addition to cooking. Up MEALS FOR ELDERS. Brian also sharing how to cooking videos on his youtube channel which focuses on indigenous ingredients to check out photos of some of his culinary creations. Check out our website at CBC DOT CA slash unreserved. So all in here is part of our traditional homelands this is attritional Gary Oak ecosystem which is part of our traditional food systems. So there's some more beautiful folks. I hope that you can see the chemists in bloom and we'll try to find some are walk. That was Cheryl. Bryce walking through Megan also known as Beacon Hill Park in Victoria. Her walk was shared on Instagram. Live through a series curated by the open space gallery. And it's one of the many ways that Cheryl is helping her community connect with nature. Right now Cheryl is from the song. He's nation traditionally known as Liikanen Cheryl. Welcome back to the show. Oh hello thank you for inviting me so tell me. Why did you want to do this? Virtual Nature Walk. I narrowed that everyone is staying home right now. And connecting to family and land in different ways into this is another way to connect to our homelands but also to educate and provide opportunity for people staying home to be able to visit these sites. Virtually and having me as a local indigenous women and From the songs nation being able to talk about the history of the land and this is just one spot. I wanted to share with everyone within my community in the greater community to connect with lands. Even if it's virtually right now

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You need to be compatible before you'll be valued.

Hacking Your Leadership

03:27 min | 2 years ago

You need to be compatible before you'll be valued.

"For this episode on a talk about compatibility many years ago. I was having a conversation with my boss time. He was in the process of being recruited away from his job to another organization and he'd just returned from a week of interviews and meetings with this potential new company could meet him in size them up. I asked him how it went and he said he didn't know what they thought of him. He was happy where he was was looking for another job at the moment and we did it out of curiosity given level interest. This company was showing in him but he also said he was incredibly glad he went through the process because it taught him something about himself. The had never thought about before you see. Most people who injury process want the job most hiring processes start with a person submitting an application resume. Because they're either unemployed underemployed or actively looking to leave their current organization. The hopes of finding something better and this process of courtship when we probably all shared in brings with it certain implications to court someone means to seek their affection to lure them attempt them. We do with romantic partners potential clients or customers and we definitely do with potential employers. But it's human nature to believe that whoever started the process is the one who wants it more and that means we all tend to focus on trying to be the person we think the other person wants us to be rather than remembering who we are and the value. We bring this colleague of mine. Who went through? This courtship process arrived with the comfort of knowing. He didn't need the job. And the fact that this company reached out to him flipped virtual switch in his brain to let him to think about the processes if he were interviewing this company as potential employer rather than believing he was being interviewed. He said consequently he was able to crystal clear about his values and about what kind of leader he was he was forthcoming. Let the kind of leadership he expected and the country wouldn't tolerate thinks he did his best to make happen at every job he'd had but it never been so insistent on during an interview a few days after this conversation with him he was recruited even more vigorously by this company and eventually ended up taking the job. He said the primary reason you decided to accept the job was the fact that these senior leaders saw the real him in one hundred percent candor and the reaction was. We need this here. It was freeing this idea that he could start a new job and not have to. Slowly get people weaned into his leadership style. Now there's a reason why throughout this story. I haven't told you what kind of leadership style this person has. And that's because it doesn't matter because this story isn't about being specific kind of leader it's about knowing the kind of places in which you'll inherently thrive. It's about having the confidence to be your true self when you interview for a job because a company that doesn't want the real you is one that will make you miserable when you find out. They don't last week. I saw post on leaked in about a guy whose father gave him an old hand down. Watch that supposedly been the family for generations and his father said before you wear this. I want you to a pawnshop and see how much the offer you for it. The men came back and said the pawnshop offered him a hundred dollars the father said okay now go to the jeweler and see how much they'll offer you for it. The man came back and said the jeweler offered one hundred dollars lasted if other said ticket to the museum and see how much they'll offer you for it. The men return and said the museum offered a million dollars. The point of the stories at the right place values you in the right way. Don't put yourself in the wrong place and then get angry. If you're not valued when it comes to leadership and culture there is no single right way. There's only the way that works for you. The extreme hierarchical nature of the military contrast well with the complete lack of hierarchies at companies like ZAPPA's and neither is wrong they attract different types of people so when you meet New People with the potential bosses potential colleagues potential romantic partners and even potential friends start the potential right by just being you and let the chips fall where they may those people and those companies WanNa keep you around will likely be fulfilling relationships and you're more likely to be happy in them as well. Now if just being you means nobody really wants to keep around that a lot of self reflection and changes probably in order. That's a different problem for a different episode. Thanks for listening and have a great

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Lightning Labs Beta Tests Its First Paid Product: Lightning Loop

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:20 min | 2 years ago

Lightning Labs Beta Tests Its First Paid Product: Lightning Loop

"Is lightning loop. Yes sure so. Lightning loop is a product that we had lightning lobster developed to make it more efficient to send receive bitcoin on the leading network and the nature of lightning is such that you have amazing speed amazing skill ability and very low fees but there there is a requirement of liquidity. And what that means is if you want to receive funds on lightning you need what we call inbound liquidity to do so and this is more obvious to the average individual but if you WanNa send funds you need funds on the side that you're going to sentence you need the ability to save money in your account as lighting Luke does is it helps people relocate their funds in the network so for example if a lot of people have sent me funds on lightning already and I no longer have that inbound capacity liquidity as we call it I then can no longer keep perceiving those funds so lighting could actually help people by moving their funds from lightning back to the bitcoin. Blockchain Nagas Odio manner so they could keep receiving and and then similarly If you want to send funds online and you can actually refill your channel. Think of it as refilling an account using lightning by swapping funds from the Bitcoin blockchain onto to lightning So in analogy. I sometimes use Luke. Inas be calling you refill. Your channel is kind of like Refilling your prepaid debit card or a couch loop out is a little bit harder. Because we don't usually have that concept but if you had a cash full of cash and you actually did take cash out and then you can continue to receive money in that register. Not so that works. So Relating Louisville product we already had it in Alpha had quite a lot of startups involved Some great folks like fold have been users of it and it's helping. Their businesses is helping them. More effectively center received funds enlightening. And we've gotten a lot of good feedback so far and we announced the Beta with increase limits for people to be able to move their funds in and out of lightening from the decline `Blanche blockchain and would have the limit spin. And what are they now so lightning that were generally today has a limit of around fifteen hundred. US dollars per channel so channels are kind of like accounts on the network people open multiple channels between two participants. Anouk there's also a transaction action limit Which is point zero four to BTC? So it's about three hundred three fifty dollars. Depending upon the Bitcoin of the day loop originally was capped. Ah previously at half. That's about one fifty now. It's up to around three hundred three fifty and that will stay in place while the cats are present on the lightning network more broadly. But there's something called one Bo kind of like jumbo. W that is derived from spongebob. And crash relying co-founder lawlor spongebob. I just missed the whole. Spongebob thing but he's really is about larger channel sizes on lining doing so today. We soldiers limits in place chose to do so for safety and security reasons but with one Bo it will be opt in larger channel sizes so the good news is somebody will unintentionally opening massive channel and not realize what they're doing but if they choose to do so they'll be able to opt in and put more capital until lightning in these channels So with one Bo in the broader network will also increase Luke capacities as well as you mentioned you know the limits so far have been pretty small. Aw but you did talk about some of the companies that are building on them. So what are the typical applications that companies are using lightning for now. Yeah so we've seen this the whole host of startups emerge which has been really incredible Less than two years ago at Lightning Labsi release the Beta version of our implementation of lightning network. There are numerous implementations implementation's there's US you lightning from extreme. There's a clear from a sink so we built ours. We release his Beta. And since then we've seen a whole new crop of startups emerge. I didn't even exist prior to this. Many of them are focused on lightning. I so there are a few categories of these One that I know our head of Operations Desert dickerson loves a UH the rise of the lightning gaming startup so quite a few video game companies have emerged. There's ZD Donner lab. SUSHI's games where they're integrating lightning payments into their video games. So I think that's a really Case we've seen a lightning payment startups where you can buy things with lightning. So we have full bit refill. Fill open node. Helping people is a payment processor. There's not pay where merchants can integrate bitcoin lightning and run their own when sulfur in order to do so. So there's the ability to pay with lightning. There's Latin pizza which is a cool project from fold where you can order pizza with lightning And in some cases as you get back as well then we have the earning with lightning companies. There's a great one called stock. I mean who doesn't want more bitcoin. I won't Bitcoin. The people think of lightning people spending bitcoin. But there's actually huge potential people. Earning Bitcoin as well so stock is a really great start up just on the founder last night where people can complete these tasks if you know Amazon Mechanical Turk and they earn Sushi's on lightning because think about it this way if you wanted to pay people around the world's talk radio different countries to do small tasks and you wanted to do it with you know in the Fiat system. Good luck you know. That's just not going to be possible. So stock is a great way to complete tasks do this micro work and earn on With lightning and then dirk companies like tip in and a variety of products where you can actually two people apple and again earn people can actually make money with lightning a noisy the rise of a lightning financial startup. And they're quite view these as well river financial toll for example and disclosure personally in my personal capacity and adviser they are they integrated. Led lighting where you can deposit and withdraw and you can buy Bitcoin coin with dollars and drugs and lightning or you can deposit and then tell for USD we have which is building a lightning native eight of API We have sparks. which is doing trading zapped which is doing OTC You can transact between USD and lightning A host of those in the way of the wallets under great wines like Breeze Moon Zappa also working at a wallet. There's Lula while Toshi so there's really been just as shoot ecosystem that has emerged in less than two years and This fall we co organize a lightning conference we had I five hundred developers enthusiasts community members in Berlin people came from all around the world every continent and it was incredible to see that in person. It's an to release the ABI tangible and enter this world of lightning where everyone was buying. There was a lightning beer tackling cocktail by. You could buy ice cream hot chocolate. Let all sorts of interesting things would lightning. You could play video games as lightning. There's a letting scooter tesla coil. Where when you painted at actually sparked like ooh yesterday I actually live on Yahoo Finance livestream? Our head of operations said the chickens. Paul you feed this community is their real business. Being built in town moved but there are also these crazy used cases. You're like wait if I if I've got a a few years ago that the technical building was gonNA help us chickens like it happened

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

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05:56 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Maybe made stronger. And that's another one of those Kind of crazy things that blew up over nearly nothing well chef mountain out of a fall demanded. I apologize for my police now. I guess not too many Americans who will stand up to an organization like that and say now match you look at the way politicians cave-in whenever the That lobby shift a hold of them. They question their boots from camp. Wow Dershowitz was on the radio. Last night he was saying somebody call I think was on Larry King. Somebody called and said would you think about running for the Senate Massachusetts and he said he said politicians are not free to say what they want and I like to say what I wanted with always liked the people that he represents a switch account ludik scholar so he was before he became a lawyer. I think that he's got a lot of depth taft His appreciation for the constitution is really quite fundamental. I'm always interested in what he has to say. I think that he does say what's on his mind. I don't always agree with it. But this is a guy with a brain and I'm glad that Chastity on television because there are too few guys with brains any place on television to think you're intimidating people. Sure I take it. Is that good? You know which is the fact. I wondered if that works to your advantage or disadvantage depending on the situation. I mean I'm really not One of these guys and thinks about power lunch or whether cycle psychological advantage over. Somebody don't deal in that world and I really do. I am what I am. You'll like it fine. Don't to find. Two people. Were usually intimidated by me. If they can ever get over it and wind up liking goosing. Most people don't know that's also a factor in the statistical fact the what they do know about me as a product of what they've either read about heard about mayor or something so very little of that has to do with reality. It's possible that any Imitating aspect of my personality is a figment of their imagination. Not Suffering projected. I think you're right there. You're probably Has Misunderstood as anybody selected things that are are set a written about you remember I think it was Dave Barry. The humor columnist for the Miami Herald. Wrote something about your appearance before Congress and said that I think he said well in general you know he agreed with what you had to say. Said you're also a guy who wrote who wants Wrote a song about having sex with the root of bega all that volume of accurate. Yeah I I think he was joking but I like that idea for a song in the book you Said there are several reasons why music has never really been explained in the press for one thing. People don't care how it works why it works and I care so can you explain it well. I think that it's GonNa rely on the book that there's probably a better explanation more detail than there and grow have been answered off a tough precise coming. That's in the book with also say in the book Not a Virtuoso Guitar Player. That you still have to look at the neck to see what you're playing Which comes as something of surprise to at least to me because Always thought of you as a you know as one more amazing guitar players fair about what I play that I managed to get away with it. Well let's let's Lot Of wiggling your fingers and hoping that you get it right involved. I really virtual silver. I can't breathe and I I don't practice I can't play anything. Virtuosos can play anything and I can play what I imagined like action. There's something interesting about what I play. It has more to do with Badgen. So how does that work? Do you see her at in your head. Or you're thinking about the sound that you'd like to create and then you go about trying to create. Well it's situational and it's also a wage forth like if you have to have an optimum environment motor the player really good solo because collective Expression you you are at the mercy of the ruling section if they are that's into with what you're doing and had the desire to make what you're doing sound good then you can produce good music if they're just scrambling through their day Then no matter what you play it's GonNa come fast with Mesh with rhythm section. Okay let me give you a song if I can. If you can tell me how. How BLACK NAPKINS ONE? That I'm real interested in had it had that come out was a piece that I wrote. And that's A planned music solo itself as an improvisation.

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"That have been placed in just do the imagination our perception for people who like what I do and I have no intention or desire to let them down helped her always stand up for what I believe John Glenn in the past longest. It's about thirty years now. You've been doing this a loss if gone from twenty five now okay. Twenty five years time from being kind of outlined in a way to sort of I guess respectable for lack of a better word to name the between being on Johnny Carson testifying before Congress What does that say? Well first of all I think you're Evaluation is not correct. Okay because I doubt whether I'm respectable but there are people expect me and there's a difference there say that the mainstream press does not finally respectful at all. They can to make sure that. I never become that way. One of the reasons why. It's difficult for me to trust anything for every depressed because I have respectable and always have been a member of the mainstream press is this and I find your respectable. I'm thinking I didn't find you. Can you know all that outlandish When other people were freaking out over what you were doing your your maybe mark. Different than the guy who owns the newspaper workforce? That's the point. I would imagine that. Made the top down the street up. What's really happened to this? Country never really gets reported because filtration system and In College with one phone call from one of the big guys to another one of the big guys certain stories disappear and other stories of importance become world news time spent the last five or six years. They pretty deeply involved. The match went to Washington testified to just got a whiff of her. Weren't you treated You know they weren't given an incredible amount of credence going before Congress from the news media not really. Because here's what happened I testified maybe forty minutes took spreads.

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Whether you worked hard on it or it's the result of somebody with a cassette machine in the back of somebody's buying things. I have a problem with that. Obviously your lot more generous than a lot of other artists in terms of putting out A lot of product for people to buy. But you don't see any Reason that that can you? Could you think of yourself as a fan and wanting more than the artists? Put out to buy these bootlegs I can understand what the fans motivation is. But whether or not think it's satisfied at the point where they spend the money for the bootleggers. The question because I think a lot of lakes or just ripping them off the sound quality so bad and some of them have tried to make themselves look like official recordings like releasing them on an icy a label and sort of misleading information on the packages to make it look like I actually had something to do with. Why aren't you cleaning the sound up on On these bootlegs well we did to. A certain extent of this stuff was stolen. Back from the vinyl source. Leads spent quite a bit of time. Chopping out the record clicks digital editing system and They've been cute a little bit but basic idea was to steal it. All back covers an all solid progress. To what do you think about Bands like the grateful. Dead who basically encouraged bootlegging What they encourage is Self taping great. I'm a little. They encourage somebody else to Put their performance on vinyl or CD and sell it. I guess I guess that's the difference. I mean they put up a section in their concerts. Were of a guy comes in their cassette machines ensure court here. That's different than saying yet. Mister Entrepreneur. Hot there in the league someplace. Make your on Fake grateful dead album and sell it and collect the royalties. That's another story altogether. I don't think the grateful dead wants you to do that. Have you ever had you heard many of the other Bootlegs besides these Ten to these. I didn't even select them. They were done that was done by guy who works at Rhino. An expert on this kind of stuff onto other things. Tell me about why not inc. I haven't really been doing too much with why not for the last year but I'm getting ready to make another trip to Eastern Europe. I've been invited by the mayor of Budapest. Come there on the thirtieth of June. They're having this big celebration because that's the day. The last west culturally tonkery so at that point to help meet the number of on Gary Businessmen and government officials and get some idea. What kind of things? They're interested in two and see if I can help out by capturing helping businessmen find out who to talk to and what's wanted or needed for different okay. So will you be doing business or you? More a link between business and the the people over there are more of a switch more kind of a why. Why did you want to do this? I think it needs to be done. I think if you believe that democracy is a good idea sprang up all over the world. Thank that Free market economy is good idea. He wants to do more than just wave a flag data. And you don't think that our government would have taken on such a duty while. I think that our government should have anti talk foreign policy. The fact is we've spent God knows how many trillion since the cold war began fighting communism. Okay they collapses under its own weight right before your very eyes. And what do we do? You remember. What Bush's response was when the Berlin Wall came down kind of like a whole home. There's something that smells bad here. If what they've said all along about the dangers of communism and how he'll it is desirable it is and how All suffer under this system the economy and when when there's an opportunity to help a country move in another direction weddings and the US government doesn't step right in to help make it work mistakes.

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Candy cane of air just a little Tan. Got Like Scuba gear a little bear some fans. And this like periscope. Thank you make. It sounds so silly I know because you know it was really well don on the show but I mean I'm just shocked and amazed that no one balked at that. They can't okay. That could happen if somebody would ask and I will ask you. Why did you watch because I was fascinated? I mean I'm I'm more more excited by bad television in bed. Entertainment than am by what you meant to be good. I I would race out to see several bad movies before it reaches out to see anything that was highly acclaimed or was meant to Win Academy Award. So give me some other Must see at entertain of any kind. Not just did you see Cool as ice nine isis movie. I actually owned a copy That's how good this movie picture place that you're meant to believe exists where you have the mountains the beach and the desert within about five minute ride on a motorcycle geographically. I'm not sure where that is. I think it's meant to be in America I'm just not sure then with dialogue. Where here's a situation? I got so mad control. Here's a guy who became a superstar for no apparent reason and they said yeah that's really cash in on this and we'll even Improv a couple of lines in the movie and the Best Big Blue's zero get with the hero. That's pretty much the way I run my lifestyle. That's good gotta see that. I'd say one of the best terrible movies that was ever made was made a long time ago and they always played around Oscar time. I'm sure you've probably seen it. It's called the Oscar. Janson Tony Bennett. And his finest performance his acting debut is basically the best friend of this guy who is characters name is Frankie Fain and is so over the top. This guy met Tony Tony's over the top too but this one guy I've forgotten his name for the moment but he he should be recognized the finest holiday Hollywood actor of all time. This guy is so scary in this This movie but basically he wants an Oscar so bad that he's willing to kill for one but in this movie. I May Tony Bennett. Haste like he gets kicked out of his best friend's house or somebody spends a night in alley and the next time you see this. Twi- chip put like a spastic. Frankie Okay Tony with With that as your debut you know. You're you're pretty darn excited. I got a five mad. That's on videotape easily. Be able to find video. It's called the Oscar and it's it's seriously you'll want to see that and especially the part in the movie where you'll say John. Does the cat dance. Okay that's That's probably the finest family entertainment you can get. Your movie is all around just spectacular. And they they run it like on Turner Broadcasting. You know like Oscar night. Usually you come come off tonight. You know you'll probably find it on. Tv once or twice shake your upper listings. Insurance at should be there Let me ask you a question too but Your Dad if you don't mind I've after a lot of things about what you've what you've said about him and and all I'm wondering is it either. Creatively must have been wonderful to grow up around. Somebody like that is also a little intimidating because You know he was just so amazing intimidating sometimes to To speak with them go. You felt like if you weren't talking about something that had some sort of important in some fashion that you're wasting because he was It's one of those people who had such a remarkable ability to store information that he was just walking and track. And you really. You had to be undertone to talk to him. You know. You didn't want to talk to him about unless it was something. Goofy guaranteed for laughs then. you know then you you wanted to basically Rank something every time you you know you talked to me. Hither he was great for that my interviewed him once and he said that that basically all the guitar stuff that he did just stuff came out of his head he negree couldn't really recreate it so much as it just he hurt the sounds and he can play then teach itself to play it on the. Ktar up learn from from him. I mean I. I've read that. You've said that deepen halen inspired you but you learn guitar from him. I've played with him on several occasions on stage and to sit around and certainly could learn from it but the The thing is had such unique style. That was So completely awkward in terms of the style of guitar playing that sort of involved the last fifteen years with a lot of people achieving a certain amount of technique. You know his worst Technique that only he could really do. That's what made it so so peculiar. And he had a very strange picking style and weird fingerings first off so we really have to watch and listen as opposed to like some people. You can hear what they're doing and you can play it preview. Pick it out pretty easily. And you'd have to see how he did it to make it make any sense. 'cause it just it just unique to and that's what so cool about all of its music. Buzzer was unique to him. And there's few people who have that ability with their with their music to make the music unique to them. You know people can write a song and then anybody can plant and cover. It could sound good but you know you try to do some of my dad's basic unless you play it the way he intended. It does not sound right now. As far as the songs that he ru. Black Napkins was always my favorite. Yeah was there anything else. The to always really admired my favorite song. When I was little was peaches on Regalia whenever they play that I think that's the one of the greatest melodies just really an excellent piece of music. We play when we play live. Oh really okay. So so you'll do that here. We probably plays someone. Tell us we Jersey love and eat that question we we'd try a few little things. I appreciate all your top. I'm looking forward to seeing the show. Hey thanks for listening to the Tapes Archive podcast remember. You can always find more information about the show and the individual episodes at our website that takes archive dot com until next time. The vault is closed..

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

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03:20 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"At least have every chance of being Very well liked show at what happened to the normal life. Sitcom that's an entirely different situation together. You know that there was another form of just a complete nightmare to the words being penitentiary made it. It's together. Put it to you. This way the We were meant to do a show. That was something along the lines of the addams family but the network decided At the last minute to make us do something along the lines of Charleston charge and we were not very fond of that notion but we were bound to this contract and we just wrote it out like a really bad fucking ride in amusement park and one of his time to promote the thing we pretty much told people that Anka's we had such a miserable miserable time doing it. We hated the writers producers. We didn't like the network and it was like these people were just torturing US basically we after why. Why did we have to be part of this? Why didn't they just recast people? But they just forced us to participate in this day and we said okay promoted. That would be something if it was the worst well. Unfortunately it really wasn't to worship so we didn't even have that fire to at that point was just like somewhere in between and that's about the worst day you know you can deal. It's like it's not good but it's not the worst. You know like devoid of anything. But you know it's just shocking to see things like Fuckin- saved by the bell the college years and you're wondering how people watch that think it's really good. The other corner was popular. Show in the world and Baywatch for chrissakes. My favorite plausible episode was the one where the fine David Hasselhoff character believe is Mitch. Let's just call it Mitch. Mitch trying to save two of his life guard from a serial killer who has them in a power as threatening to kill them and of course the FBI and Swat teams on the beach but mates refuses to let them take control. He says this is my beach as if a lifeguard is going to have jurisdiction over the FBI. So that's the first thing that You're you're having trouble believing. But then copy comes possible when he does this. He decides to get a grid map. The sewage system underneath to the beach and he knows somehow where other lifeguard stations are above ground under the sand and decide to cut through a big pipe and swim through the sand. Like a gopher wood under the ground over to this Fucking lifeguard station. They actually had in burrowing underground made this trail.

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"MTV and and the radio and all that is just so Subjective you know. They're it's all based on my who you know. Bob brought all that stuff. How much money are willing to spend for advertising? Really quite ugly so if people knew how how music got into their hands. These days the disgusted with more than likely but we don't thing is anything can be popular if you played enough. I mean it's been proven time and time again. Nothing's based on talent anymore. It's not based on whether anything good or bad or anything you. It's more than likely people decide to push one thing or another based on what looks like do people not want it. Sounds like so we get to see you on. Mtv Do think one word home. But I really don't know it's not If it were up to me you'll see down there but it's not up to Mantha to a select group of people who get everything for free and just decide Because they get invited. This really cool party or something. It's really quite ugly. Have you done videos or their video? Did a few videos. We did one for in my mind loser at Mommy out. I mean I'll I'll end up making a long form video one of these days. That will be Kinda like a movie in a way just as we have lots of video stuff that you know we make movies and yet videos forget making off the record we got all kinds of stuff so ultimately make one of these things all the. That'd be pretty funny Tell me being the voice on duck man. I haven't seen how it turned out yet but I I had a good time doing it. I think it's a I think it'd be really funny the little bits of the work that I've seen they pay attention to detail. And it's sort of a skewed perspective kind of Thanks so it looks different and I think that people who wrote it and people who did the voices were all talented.

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"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Please listen to episodes zero zero zero an introduction for the full back story about this podcast series on this episode. We have the artist who is named after his mother's oddly. Curled Diesel Zappa at the time of the interview in Nineteen Ninety-four Zappa was twenty four years old and out on tour with his brother. Ahmet promoting their band in the interview. Weasel talks about his dad. Frank and what the phrase in penitentiary means to him. The also goes into great detail about his favourite baywatch episode of All Time Featuring Mitch. Andy also reminds his wife Bonilla. Movie cool as ice is one of the best worst movies. Ever words of wisdom dropped at zero and given the hero. Excuse me on a side note. This episode is part one of our ZAPPA archive next week. In our season. Finale we will have part two with the iconic Frank Zappa from Nineteen ninety-one as always we have music critic. Mark Allen at the helm conducting the interview. Before we get to the interview we have a couple of housekeeping items. If you'd like to support the show please go to the website at the tape. Archive Dot Com and Click on the support button on their. You'll find many ways to show your support for this show and all of them are free well on the website checkout March blog for more context of this interview and personal insight from mark himself. One last thing the tapes archived. Podcasts is a proud member of the podcast network a global community connecting passionate fans with podcasting experiences about artists topics. You love. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault. Is this tweet Oh Good. Hi this Marc Alan. How're you doing there are you? I'm doing okay Kenmore Square Howard Johnson's beauty of it all. Yeah you're living the high life we really really are. Yeah and I bet you're happy that you're out on the right down. I think more exciting than Howard. Johnson's it's The kind of thing. Generally we don't even care as long as it's clean will stay there air and clean not particularly. This is not our favorite one on the on the tour. I mean we were staying Very Nice Hotel and they are. Can this This is a far cry from where we just were but it's Would implanted really being the rooms too much. He wanted to start up ice and condolences about your dad. It was one of my heroes story. Sorry to see him go. Yes but the way it was he was very sick. I'd say yes obviously I mean instead of taking direction that Z. Has Did you being the sons of famous person ticket. Consider doing a Wilson Phillips kind of thing. No chance of or Phillips kind of thing They pretty much have ground covered. You know hoping to join Nelson as well and then could exist. Nelson sort the probably just what the world needs. Yeah I forgot about Nelson. You could have done it. Nelson same tune. That would be fantastic. I think we should all former band. It would really be the The children of famous people think I think People Jeff Flock Fair. That would that would be. Were you in a Pictures at Rolling Stone Awhile. Back with Like Donovan's kid and people like that. That okay I I just remember that spread but I don't remember who is at Donovan Sons. try to really Get lumped into that knock star children things that they do so frequently so so you won't be on like Sally Jesse you're innocent. No no I don't believe it for something else you know. Because they don't like Sally Jesse as much now that she's gone to a major networks. She's be better which was on the independent stations. Why do you think that is well? You know I think they they go The you know for the more mainstream stuff Yeah they used to get real twisted stuff you know on our show before and she just get too comfortable not I mean. Don't I don't like it as much anymore. Well actually the children of Rockstar sounds more like a Vicki Lawrence. Type things maybe that would work are not sparing. I haven't seen it What what has been the.

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"zappa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Are you know who she is right our of TV personality and son of Frank Zappa Dweezil Zappa the weasel weasel yeah his his sister's name moon unit I never thought I have a chance to save to weasel and moon unit as part of this are pretty hot not even in the same sentence. we sold because unlike the sampling I'll go with that regional do weasel is indeed four years older brahmachari city with reason was fifty with rose McGowan is forty six years old. guy this is the weasel over here. please have a gun in the weasel and that was from a station that. soon and you know it could be that move you I don't want moon unit is doing right now and there was a guy in Philadelphia years ago years and years and years ago his name was Jeff you're welcome. no kidding it was named what. give your. wake up. okay and again for the walk away from that. that's what most people do. would you hang out there by yourself. well listen children are over here we have no I do with this third voices. well. your whatsoever. thank you very much of the old W. she a website he's on there yet. came across actually Kimber supercross all humor Jim across a charge a picture of the staff of this radio station in around nineteen seventy seven seventy eight somewhere in there I think well well sword in ever have Lee case Sir Joh night of the spinning around the table and Mercer was there I was there I as well as a couple of the late afternoons I did your traffic right Sir you sure did but employee we haven't changed at all no we haven't we're still just as dumb as reach the. and we look exactly the same as for sure alumni members yeah Baltimore broadcasting fraternity I was talking to a good friend of ours yesterday Paul Rodgers fall wrong. and he's down in Florida right now he's got another book coming out so. so we'll be looking forward to that yeah it's it's funny because you know you've been talking about sons of and daughters of bumped into Kim night I want to I began working here a second time round of this African back from Washington DC back in nineteen eighty nine yes. when I when I saw her in the seventies she was a little kid you know I mean she was you know two and a half foot nothing on him but obviously she don't grow up she's a long drink of water she is a long tall drink of water lovely lady of yes beautiful and and also very very nice person..

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"zappa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And I'm your host Paul IRA. Today's guests are John Sorenson from Zappa's. Good morning, John. Good morning. How's it going marvelous as well? As Michael Cooper in James Stein old hats here in the studio. Good morning, gentlemen wondering and they're from southwest gas. So our guest today, we'll talk about local sustainability programs at their companies as well as their participation and sponsorship of the upcoming green fast who goes to green fast everybody with a brain celebration downtown Summerlin on Saturday April twentieth from ten to five. So I gotta plug green fest a little bit that our our tenth year. I think my seventh. I'll be there selling raffle tickets, please. Combine see me. That's the only way to win some great prizes last year. They gave away an air conditioning unit residence where condition unit and installed. It. The year before that they gave wig beautiful red bicycle which I one there's prizes. There's a lot of fun for the kids. There's earth balls for the kids to play on. There's a beer tent for you to sit in while you watch your kids planet earth balls or watch the music up on the live stage. So lots of fun. Great. Sustainable booths everywhere electric vehicle parade in the morning of STAN Ryan here. Let him plug that a little bit. That's his baby. It's going to be wonderful. It's getting bigger every year. Like, I said it's the tenth year. It's a lot of fun. Last year was a nice sunny day. There was a food food court. Not a food court a farmers market. Great stuff in there. Tons of tons of products foods of trinkets, lots of things there. So come and join us for green fast downtown Summerlin, April. Twentieth. Ten to five so today, we're talking with John from Zappa tells a little bit about yourself. John your background? And how'd you got involved with sustainability? What's your job? It's apples. So my mic. My coral is apoptosis customer loyalty team. And we are the folks if you get soda from Zappa's, you get two left shoes you call our team. Will you make right for you? Oh, there's a poem. So there's a there's there's ways that we can spread our wings as opposed to a really proud of that tradition as EPO. So if you have a passion, and it doesn't turn the company backwards and actors one or more of our core values, we get the green light to go. And my first step out of my Korhola was the leaf program and leave stands for leading environmental awareness for our future. And it's a passion for passions for projects. It's it's totally not paid. It's all volunteer force. And I was given the the lead lead link role. So we have the chance to have our advocates out in our community and engage our community with all kinds of services, we team up with nonprofits we team up with our local infrastructure like a rebel Serb Republic services southwest gas, and we have our birthday festivities on board. We also have our big film festival. We sponsor though, while the Senate film festival firm friends of our wilderness. So we've got a lot on a lot on the plate you do. So that's great. So tell me about Zach Posen how. How are they sustainable? What are they we have we've worked with nonprofits quite a bit. And we take ours. Poignant saw well. For example, went down to Huntington harbour yesterday and bid at big cleanup pulled out four hundred seventy six pounds of trash in somebody's lawn chair. We did it all on kayaks and paddle boards too. So we have a lot of fun. So we also engage. Our opponents in maybe changing our lifestyle habits on insides Apple's campus, and we are able to engage agents so much that they can take those practices from campus to their homes as well. And maybe teach their children the same same practices that we hopefully can teach them on campus as well. So not we know that not everybody comes to the plate with the same kind of education or training. So some know about sustainability some don't so we have to make sure that those pieces are built head, and we provide those for our advocacy program as those that's great tell us a little bit about Tony Shay. You're you're fearless leader. I shared a mohawk story with have so both him. And I were there at the only ones that report Mohawks for a while. Is apple? So it's pretty cool. But beyond that, Tony is fantastic. He is I've personally feel that Zappala says it's a incubator for aerial ship. We have a chance to grow ourselves twenty provides that avenue for us. He's a super super CEO. I just I love the guy is super for everybody to just have the chance to meet this guy is just it's it's without question. One of the most admired real experiences you could ever have. But he allows everybody to just grow themselves turn to ten themselves into what they want what they want to be. If you have a passionate like I said, if it doesn't turn our company backwards ashes one or more of those core values, we have the chance to make those those passions girl. So a little more about your background. Where'd you come from share? So few years ago. I stepped stepped away from twenty one years with the air force had a great career there. And through that the tail end of that career. I was in a program where we had to look at our recycling and sustainability programs within our squadron those those those project. Right. There is what's installed the the passions of mine who wants to gear up not just the the the material. But the person the person power behind those those projects and find out what you know, what really makes people tick behind that what really gets people to get behind these projects. And I found out that there's a lot of want to. It's just the direction of how to get people into those into these avenues of of of making those avenues approachable and to -able, and so through Zappa's it just elevated again, we're able to pro-choice nonprofits and gets help from let's say green alliance and and find out what they're doing and how we can team up and make those projects kind of similar on southbound. We also engineer our own programs inside, and we share those with green alliance as well. Our friends of Nevada wilderness are the Huntington Arbor surfrider foundation, and we share those ideas. And so those those just manifest great great values, and we can share those whether community in our in our insiders Apple's campus as well. Well, I know it's apples is probably globe. As far as delivery. What are you guys doing outside of Las Vegas to help the planet outside Las Vegas? We're trying to well we have a carbon offset program. So when we travel we travel quite quite quite broad. You know, we travel all over the world. So having a carbon offset program where employees can gates the amount of airline miles, and we put those into carbon offset program, which are evaluated every year. So we can just our flights or flight patterns. So you keeping track of yourself. We are we've tried to be accountability. Yeah. That's that's great house understands apples us a little renewable energy. How you harness that and include energy efficiency practices in your corporate culture. Yeah. So we have we have..

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"zappa" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"zappa" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

"And it won't be saying that if they sponsor the day podcast ready, but they haven't done that yet. So until then I'm just going to criticize them get zap out of your life. Now that both is what keeps you going and keeps the marriage working as long as she can keep watering Zappa. We'll be together for very long time. You are sexy. When you're trying to get someone to sponsor our show. She's christ. Let's go to Joe in Texas. Joe go ahead. You're on ask Gabby go. Joe always saying that everybody has a little guts in them. And I feel like I have a little new in me. Now, I've been married thirteen years, and I'm a big sports guy. So I'm sure you know, you get. Hear all new takes at the house all the time and my wife size here. And she seems she's interested. But I really don't know. She's not does his hot takes at the house ever, get annoying to us or and you just tune them out of level go or are you really interested in what he has to say. Okay. I but start off with everyone has a little to God's in them. I would hope not because. Yeah. Not a lot of Weiser tolerant of IM. So I don't know if everyone has let's do that in them. But if they do then they would probably tune them out because that's when I pretty much do I don't even know what hot takes are. I don't even listen to this show. I don't think I've ever listened to the show. So yeah. As long as she plays along, and you believe her and just pretend that she enjoys it or whatever it is that you wanna believe then you'll be fine started out years ago beyond to me out of everything not just hot takes a year ago. Right like years ago. Because I noticed you do that. Like, I'll talk sports and I'll talk about the jets. I'll betcha plane, and I noticed you shaking your head. Could you play a lobby listening to a word? I'm saying, you know, that's true. Same thing. I heard it the first time, you know, keep telling you know, maybe they win once in a while. I'd start repeating what it is. I'm saying, which is fire balls. They finally did it though, by the way about that. Let's go out to mow. Mogo ahead. You're on your odds do potty as Gabby. Go ahead. I know to have lot of will characteristics time where surprised you Abby something. Nice. Maybe as far as they thoughtful. Let's go to Carlos in Miami. Carlos go ahead. Stupidity Abby go. No, Stu has mentioned that when he showers he doesn't wash his feet. He says so just run down two legs. And it just washes the automatically just wondering if that is true, especially on Sundays. Definitely true. If you saw about him speed than you, would you know, you would you wouldn't have to have the questions, I guess that is that True. true? I mean like like to me, the shower and the soap in the shower is like a lazy river like you just other soap on yet, and you'll have to go where goes, you know, and it ends up at the back problems. Like, he does I don't even think he can reach his feet. So I guess that's the only option do you wash your feet in the shower stance. No. I mean, honestly, I don't compare everything in my life to a lazy river like you do but I'm team gravity on. Let's go out to Billy in south Florida. Billy as Gabby. Hey, abby. What would you do? If you've been on all four episodes of the podcast still haven't been paid. Great question. Delayed up all guy in sales better. Get bleep together. Yeah. That's the way. I like you. Oh, man. Are you sexy? Plus the ball guy hasn't been with us. Forever. Mica? Go ahead, West Virginia. Go ahead. Ask Gabby everybody. Having a little bit of gods. And then Abby if you can pick one personality trait..

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