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"hank green" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

05:26 min | Last week

"hank green" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Maybe this isn't what the director intended, but it worked out much better for me. Personally, I kind of loved the wild journey that Midsommar took me on, but I can also barely go a day without thinking about some of the more shocking visuals from it that have been seared into my brain. And the science does kind of back Cunningham up on this. In a series of studies in the early 2010s, led by University of California, San Diego's psychology professor Nicholas Christian field, he found that people actually enjoy stories more when they're spoiled for them. Even for mysteries, people enjoyed it more when they had been accidentally spoiled. Across genres and methods of spoiling Christian filled team found that the people who had been spoiled consistently enjoyed the story more. And it makes sense to a certain extent, Kristen filled points out that people still like going to see classics like Romeo and Juliet, even though they clearly know how it ends. And so many people watch movies more than once, often liking it more and more each time. He even found that people who were spoiled on a story and then stopped from finishing it still liked it more than being unspoiled or watching the whole thing. According to 2016, right up of the study, to Christian Phil, this suggests that spoilers help you know the purpose of the overall narrative, so you're able to better incorporate all the details and plot points that get you to the end. If you know the ending as you watch it, you can understand what the filmmakers doing. You get to see this broader view and essentially understand the story more fluently, explained Kristen feld. There's lots of evidence that sort of this fluent processing of information is pleasurable that is some familiarity with the work of art enables you to enjoy it more. If you're driving up highway one through Big Sur, and you know the road really well, you can now peek around and admire the view. The otters, frolicking in the surf, said Kristen filled. But if it's your first time on the road, you have to focus on the twists and turns. It does kind of make sense, but you still only get one chance to read a book or watch a movie for the first time. Maybe the second reading or viewing will be better, but those are two unique experiences. And I think most people would still like to have their only opportunity for that first viewing experience to be untarnished. Unless you're someone who struggles a bit with certain genres like horror and would prefer to skip right to the completely spoiled second viewing experience. Now, does this method seem a bit like science communicator Hank Green's invention of 2D glasses so you can go to 3D movies without getting sick? Yes, absolutely. In the same way that it first seems completely stupid for someone who gets sick watching 3D movies to purchase a separate device to stop them from getting sick instead of just not paying extra for the 3D movie. The advice for someone who gets too stressed out by scary movies should be just don't watch the scary movies. But like with 3D movies, you may have a partner or friends who really want to see the 3D version, or maybe a theater only offering the movie in 3D. Scary movies are often a social experience. They also tend to become a part of the cultural zeitgeist. So many horror films have become classics. If you want to get people's references or just try to understand what the big deal is, but also don't want to experience all kinds of anxious and spiraling reactions, reading the plot summaries ahead of time might be your best bet. And from a personal experience, I'd say this totally works..

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"hank green" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

06:05 min | 2 months ago

"hank green" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Tangents the lightly competitive science knowledge showcase. I'm your host hank green and joining this week and sitting in for science expert. Sarah riley is science expert and tangents editorial assistant and writer and co host of journey to the microcosms. It's devoted trump already. How's the olympics going for you do you care at all. I care when. I want background noise. It's been great to be able to like turn it on just like when i need something but i've been having a hard time with sports this year where i've been getting into it and then hating myself for it because i get so stressed. It's just you get to ask an interesting thing about this olympics. That i have enjoyed is following all the athletes on tick tock where i realize that. That's just like party time village and they're like all eighteen and going out saying i've definitely read all those like secrets of the olympic village articles in the past. When they've come out and now seeing live on tick talk. This is great. I'm how test out the cardboard beds. I'm only that's birthday. Sounds about right the used to be. Nbc would give you like these mini documentaries on the athletes and he like the trials and struggles and now instead of that just like thirst traps in using audios and funny olympics ways. Anyway we're also joined by a resident. Everyman sam scholtz l. Who has already spoken up a little bit and also i'm sure has olympic opinions. So i love the. I love the olympics. I feel bad that. I love the olympics so much but i do and i was supposed to go to these olympics. You're supposed to go to these olympics for my honeymoon. Oh double-whammy I didn't have my wedding up for any bat. Disres- ovid reasons were still eventually and can't go to japan to the olympics. God blows rachel's upstairs watching the olympics. Right this second. We love the olympics. So you're more like streaming your own honeymoon. I guess we didn't think about it that way but that that's that's a nice spin on it. Yeah i'm not actually sure how to watch the olympics. I've been i've only been watching highlights. Because i don't know how to get it into my home. Well you can either have an antenna on your television or you can have cable. Well not doing that. Tell you that much you know. it's too late. Probably also there over like the middle of next week so really. I thought it was like i thought olympics six weeks or something or two weeks long. And that's ridiculous. You can't build a city for two weeks of sport. It seems like a lot. But we are very inventive. Very cover species. So i guess we could make anything happen which is basically what this podcast is about. Because every week here we on tangents together to try to one up amaze and delight each other with science facts while trying to stay on topic today. The facts are not about the olympics. They are about something else. Which you've already gotten several spoilers about what that is but we're not going to tell you quite yet. Our panelists are playing for glory. Or they're also playing for hank box which i'll be awarding as we play at the end of the episode it will either be sam or boki taking home. The metal. it's made of hake bucks bucks metal now as always. We're going to introduce this week's topic with the traditional science foam. And it's because for me joshua everley anthony tripe laid two point two million miles of pipe to bring us fresh water and take it away. After we'd added a bit of our waste joshua everley anthony tripe has every reason may be to gripe that he took on the world's biggest village and saved more people than penicillin. So why oh why. Don't we know his name. Why aren't there. Statues parades fame. The la- simple reason really joshua elderly anthony tripe he didn't exist. Though it would have been nice one person could do all those things and save us from the diseases that water brings instead of one man. He was many millions everyday. Unappreciated civilians. Diseases of water. Tried to spoiler but instead thanks to them we just hook up our toilet but since our brains like simpler myths where one hero saves us from all of this. Thank joshua everley anthony tripe every time you went. Wow i thought he moved there. You will. yeah that was. That's a real name for a guy. That was a great great poem. I'm i'm very curious about the process behind this poem while how the name came about. Was it your lake wipe. What's the best fake last name. That i can make must've had laying pipe. I know i looked. White was a hundred percent a lot. Really just right there so our topic for the day is not pipe though that would be a good one instead. It is toilets. Toilets one of the most important and innovations in the history of humankind. They save a tremendous number of lives and they are basically holes that go into either the ground door a sewer bookie are you gonna tell me what a toilet is. Yeah so basically. I think a lotta times like talking about. What a toilet is we. We kind of have signed at this point in our life to or humanities life to a fixture that's being used for defecation and urination. Oftentimes it is a water flushed bowl with the seat. So i think that's what a lot of us are familiar with. But obviously there are many other types of toilets out there that are that we use there are porta-pottys their squat toilets. There's a lot of different forms for basically collecting our ways and sending it somewhere else to be disposed of in any of those a toilet. So i would want to say that if it gets collected like and just kind of like being designated as a spot for this collection than i would argue. It's a toilet. I mean throughout history. We've had a lot of different ways. Basically kind of assigning a pit like structure for toilets. romans are usually credited with the early sewage system. Innovations one of the first citywide systems was called.

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"hank green" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac

The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"hank green" Discussed on The Front Seat with Dallin and Isaac

"Of our podcast whose name i am forgetting right now. The fonsi with down and is it. That's what it is. Welcome back to that as a going back. So we got a pretty good episode We got some good responses from you. guys you got some good questions. Were excited about them. And yet we are going to start it off We've got a little things we're talking about. We've been thinking about one thing. I did a thing. I'm gonna tell you but i think i did what i do. I decided to online community and that is a verb now. So i don't know pandemic and stuff. A lot of people have been saying they've been finding a lot of health and social media. We were talking to my sociology class about social media. And about how like it. Actually there's a lot of benefits until like socially from it i. I don't know. I've always liked branded myself as like a hater of social media. But i gotta tell you i am loving tiktok and now i'm kinda starting to love others I'm seeing the benefits. I might have to reevaluate my worldview when it comes to social media. There's some good stuff going on there. So what i did was. Y'all know how much i love john. Green and hank green. They're they're my very favorite people. And so i went online and i found some read it of like john and hank green fan club. They're called nerd fighters. Okay please. don't judge us. It's a it's a thing it's a thing that's called that anyway. I went onto this forum. And read it and i found this discord server that they had created Like just twenty people and they were like we're just trying to you know have social lives during pandemic so anybody who wants to join in and like hooked on there and i've just been. It's just been this random going. Yeah the others like twenty people on there. There's a couple more that joined like every day this point and it's just people talking about things they like and the thing is there They they all came from the same place. they're all john and hand green fans as like rap. And so the thing that. I'm thinking about this the reason i want to share this is because it's kinda cool 'cause the internet i'm just starting to realize has created a way for people to make friends that they like. Choose that you choose the friends that have similar interests in you. I'm finding these people who are like talking about things that i'm like. Oh my gosh yeah you guys get it that that everybody else kinda hates me or judges like i. There's certain things that i wouldn't. I'm not explain it. Point is internet makes it possible to make friends based on similar interest in a way. That's never been possible before like before it was like okay. Your friends are like by proximity. Unlike that's just how it is like you have a limited choice of who is going to be in your life so you make friends with those people in your life which is also good. That's also very important. I don't know if there's a good thing or bad thing. But i think it's interesting kinda cool in my brain at least right now that the internet allows you to do that. Played a dating to like. There's online dating now. You're dating pool is a lot bigger. Is that good. Is that bad. I don't know any thoughts concerns me. Is that people are gonna stop making friends with those who have different ideas than them. Ed yeah exactly. that's yeah. Yeah that's what i was thinking too. That's the only negative. I consider lis- with you do see with social media. All the time is people just read in listen to the stories of people who already agree with them. Just talked to the same people who already agree with them. That's kind of life is to do that any making friends in general as well. Maybe that's true but maybe it's true know so the question is does the internet make that more of a problem or is it actually making it less of a problem like making more. I don't. I don't act accessible on i. I really think it's honestly i think it's gonna drive it further apart. I think we'll have more opinions out there and more opinions accepted. But i think they'll be less crossover. Dumb exempts yeah. Like yeah it does. It does make sense. So i think you can find a community like online people civil of similar beliefs right but i don't think it's a bad thing i really don't so i guess it it depends on all of us to and i don't know we've we've talked about this before and i brought it up about a book i've read but upbringing up again. That talks pretty in depth about this. It's called a beautifully foolish endeavor. It's actually by hank. Green couples urkel. the talks. A lot about this idea of whether the internet is gonna drive us apart polls together. We don't have good answers but the book is a good read but Makes me a if we do have say in it at least those of us who are aware of this idea and it's important for us to understand what's going on. Maybe the the goal is just get on there and choose to read other people's opinions right. Choose fine does yeah. 'cause they're out there. The internet has made them accessible at least so that is an option. Now that wasn't available before the internet to go read all these different stories in all these different experiences. He's gotta choose to look for them. Yeah maybe that's it so it will be interesting to see where we on the next ten fifteen whatever years. I'm thinking lot about it because this discord thing could allied afghans. I got a robot this week. Gay did a little roomba. It's pretty fun. Keeps our house clean. My sister said our floor has never been as clean as it was today. So i guess is still something right. That's that's awkward.

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"hank green" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Trying to go to the phones in the first hour of open line Friday, Joe in Charleston, South Carolina, Europe first today. It's great to have you, sir. Hi, Aarush. I just just wanted to say that I I think you've got the analysis of last night's Town halls all wrong on the rating. I think what happened? I told my lovely wife bury this before they started that that all the conservatives were actually watching the Biden to see the bite of the interview to see whether that He was asking me questions about 100 about Hunter. Yeah. So you think that you think that's why Biden won the ratings? Is all of conservatives were watching him. I did. Yeah, I think I think that's where all that could say what they want to see whether And it will welcome the answers to the 100 biting question. What were the lives doing? Liv. They were watching. They were watching Savannah to see whether she could, You know Russell him in again. You're watching Savannah to see if she could destroy Trump. Exactly. I think everybody was reversed last night. For the most part. All right, All right. So my theory was that the there was a great I wasn't. I wasn't. I don't think you can break it down. But the only people watching Biden were conservatives. Well, it probably took him over the top, though. Well, if you want to look at it that way, you're feel free. To my theory is just a repeated is that Biden hasn't been seen by very many people. There is more curiosity about him. Then there is trumped trumps everywhere every day. There isn't there isn't I don't think there's anything anybody thinks they're gonna learn watching Trump. Now. Don't misunderstand. I'm not suggesting it trumps become a ratings dry ball. Quite quite the contrary, but we'll go with your theory. For just a second here that they're conservatives tuned in because they wanted to see Stephanopoulos asked Biden about Hunter. It didn't happen. The subject didn't come up. So how long do you think they sat in there, watching, waiting for it to come up? Jo, you still there? How long do you think they stood in waiting for it to come up? I would say at least a half hour at least to see whether any of the town hall people brought it up. Well, not that if Stephanopoulos didn't bring it up on Garron Dam to you, they were going to let the town hall people that it wasn't going to come up. I could get right now, ABC. And the rest of the media. Look at that story as totally illegitimate. It only ran in The New York Post. They're not going to give the New York Post any credit for this. They're gonna look at this. They're going to see Rudy Giuliani's name is part of that story, and they're going to immediately cast to the side as illegitimate and then they're going to say Twitter. Twitter is not even going to let that story on their network because it's illegitimate and wrong. So why should we bring it up that it was never going to come up? I hate to disappoint people with that, but but it was not a couple other things. Thanks. Thanks for the call. Um They have a point, but I had and I didn't. I didn't remember this until I just got an email. I must have had Five emails last night shortly after 9 P.m.. From people who said they couldn't find The NBC town hall with Trump. When I saw five other myself while Why're people bothering me with this? What am I going to do about it? What am I going to do about how it's NBC? If you can't find NBC, you need to get out of watching TV. Well, then there's this. Story. It turns out that this was common. That there were people. All over the country. Who were unable to reach their NBC affiliate, or in other words, they couldn't find it. Um In fact, In fact, I got to tell you my own home. My own home. I'm saying or five minutes after nine o'clock Are you getting NBC? I can't find it on my on my receiver in here. Yeah, Yeah, I got it. Couple minutes went by. There it is. There it is that came in. It was late. So There are a number of people complaining. It turns out that The NBC town hall at the beginning. Was not where people expected it to be. Some people said that the broadcast sounded garbled. Um That the other NBC stations were running technical difficulties. Graphics. On the screen, So apparently it wasn't It wasn't just the five people that I heard from Who claim that they couldn't find it. And so there, there might have been something the way the ratings work. The 1st 15 minutes of any hour are crucial. And if you want to suppress if you want to suppress ravings Then eliminate As much of the 1st 15 minutes of any sweep that you can And with NBC to this With NBC monkey around with their own technical side to make their broadcast. Unavailable. On findable for just a couple of minutes. Would they garble the audio? Would they? Would they do something with the video that routes it in a way that it I think it's entirely possible, I think, given the the outright Full fledged desire on the part of the mainstream media to destroy Trump. I wouldn't put anything past NBC and I know that NBC despises Trump to boot. On. I wouldn't have thought a thing about this until I remembered last night that I did. I had five emails from people. Saying they couldn't find the Trump Town Hall on NBC, which I just immediately rejected, Who can't find NBC? There may be something more to that then. There is this story. This is from Newsweek. Tic tac users watched Biden's town hall on multiple devices to try and beat Trump's ratings. Tic tac users banded together to try and boost Biden's town hall ratings over Trump's event last night, the presidential candidates were due to debate love above about what happened here is that Some guy on YouTube Ning Hank Green suggested. His viewers that they watch Biden's town hall event on multiple devices at the same time. To boost Biden's ravings over Trump. Hundreds of TIC tac users. Apparently dueted green sound, with videos of them watching Biden on their TVs and laptops and phones, another tactic that TIC tac users implemented..

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Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months

Kottke Ride Home

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months

"It sounds like the plot of a SCIFI novel. In fact, it's literally part of the plot of a sci-fi novel. I read last month Hank Greens a beautifully foolish endeavor every morning for eighteen months the broadband Internet went out in a small village in Wales. Engineers ran a cable replacement program, but it didn't work every morning at seven am on the dut the Internet would go out for the entire village. The engineers were stumped into the used a monitoring device called a spectrum analyzer and walked around the village looking for electrical noise. Engineer Michael Jones said quotes at seven. Am like clockwork. It happened our device picked up a large burst of electrical interference in the village end quote. But it was not alien tech, it was instead a secondhand television set that an anonymous householder was turning on every morning at seven am and which omitted enough true `interference specifically a single high level impulse noise or nine to affect the broadband signal and knockout the Internet in the whole village. The TV owner has said that they were mortified and has agreed not to turn the TV on ever again. Quoting BBC Suzanne Rutherford Open reached chief engineers lead for Wales said anything with electrical components from outdoor lights to microwaves can potentially have an impact on broadband connections. We just advise the public to make sure that they're electrical appliances are properly certified and meet current British standards she said and quotes. which is good to know except most people probably wouldn't be aware that their device is causing any sort of problem i. mean it took them eighteen months to work this out I don't think that your average Joe would necessarily ever think that technology like outdated TV could affect modern tech like broadband but of course, it can and I do think it's interesting to see the interplay of older and newer technology and almost reminds me of how devices that run on electricite go haywire at hogwarts because all of the magic interferes with them, which was definitely based on a real scientific theory and not a convenient explanation as to why the characters didn't watch TV or use computers.

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well I mean it will be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now no I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out there. Ib Data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees increase more content and it just goes out of hand like that so I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I? I can have priority dustbowl espionage from a safe distance six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a a macbook goodness apple things like you know people are and their people were were preordered him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please proportionately on channel. I don't have a patriotic. You know unlike you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a it's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like to participate in with your peers. Joined by linked to a patron account at Patriotair dot com slash. Gt and I just posted a tick. Tock. Let's check out the mailbag twelve making it a bit of a pivot. Russell and Villa and South Michigan Avenue in a few other folks. All really liked science week last week that was. Dns's you know it was Waco Science. We had all sorts of Tech News but we. We focused a lot on the science angles of news. That was was current. And what are illustrious guests brought to the table? Russell said just wanted to let you know. I Love Science Week. Could envision robotics week maybe an. Iot Week really liked it. A Bela said science week was wonderful. I hope it becomes an annual or maybe more often events and Michigan said Riley black fantastic guests more. Please absolutely have her scientific myself. I watched it was very nice. Yeah we definitely want to do this again like like Russell says with with other topics and everything. So I'm so glad everybody liked it. We ever Lamar Week. We'll talk about you. Yes yes wanted to give all I wanted to give a shout for coining a term. That might be in use already. But I had not heard about before Chris he he was a little little bayton switch he wrote an email and said I was very disappointed not to have a new. Gd I show up in my podcast yesterday. Then I realized it was Saturday how today's merged together. Happy Blurs Day crash. Day Chris and remember five blurs days out of the week. There is a new. Gdi So sorry for the Confusion Shadow. Tear patrons that our master and grandmaster levels including Kevin Hayes Brad Schick and Paul Boyer also. Thanks to Lamar Wilson. It's not the MARWIJK but we're getting there. Want to leave when we want to. You don't have to okay. I'M GONNA stay here for a while because this is nice day here for a while but when you do leave eventually and again no pressure. Never where folks find you outside it. Yeah we can find me on YOUTUBE DOT COM SLASH. Lamar Wilson where? I am still posting on boxing's and Maybe some gameplay or just anything that's new matter of fact this week I'll be testing out some Weird cereals because why not you. All need content board. Let's do this. We have been asking folks to send us tips for cool things cool creators cool projects going on around the Internet. I've been mentioning some of my favorite creators doing things and We got one about the increase in zoom meetings. Whatever you zoom. A lot of people are using it. Adam kilborn wanted to give back by offering free virtual backgrounds for the next few weeks a Sunday night. He uploaded a new set for the week week. Two of four the latest posts in his blog have the backgrounds and instructions for downloading installing zoom. Adam is a photographer. So if you want some some really cool art work to show behind you like aquariums or public art things like that. They're really I- quality photos and can get them at Adam kilborn dot com slash blog that's K. I L. B. O. U. R. N..

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well I mean it will be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now no I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out there. Ib Data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees increase more content and it just goes out of hand like that so I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I? I can have priority dustbowl espionage from a safe distance six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a a macbook. Thank goodness apple things like you know. People are and their people were were preordered. Him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please proportionately on channel. I don't have a patriotic. You know unlike you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a it's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like to participate in with your peers. Joined by linked to a patron account at Patriotair dot com slash. Gt and I just posted a tick. Tock. Let's check out the mailbag twelve making it a bit of a pivot. Russell and Villa and South Michigan Avenue in a few other folks. All really liked science week last week that was. Dns's you know it was Waco Science. We had all sorts of Tech News but we. We focused a lot on the science angles of news. That was was current. And what are lustrous guests brought to the table? Russell said just wanted to let you know. I Love Science Week. Could envision robotics week maybe an. Iot Week really liked it. A Bela said science week was wonderful. I hope it becomes an annual or maybe more often events and Michigan said Riley black fantastic guests more. Please absolutely have her scientific myself. I watched it was very nice. Yeah we definitely want to do this again like like Russell says with with other topics and everything. So I'm so glad everybody liked it. We ever Lamar Week. We'll talk about you. Yes yes wanted to give all I wanted to give a shout for coining a term. That might be in use already. But I had not heard about before Chris he he was a little little bayton switch he wrote an email and said I was very disappointed not to have a new. Gd I show up in my podcast yesterday. Then I realized it was Saturday how today's merged together. Happy Blurs Day crash. Day Chris and remember five blurs days out of the week. There is a new. Gdi So sorry for the Confusion Shadow. Tear patrons that our master and grandmaster levels including Kevin Hayes Brad Schick and Paul Boyer also. Thanks to Lamar Wilson. It's not the MARWIJK but we're getting there. Want to leave when we want to. You don't have to okay. I'M GONNA stay here for a while because this is nice day here for a while but when you do leave eventually and again no pressure. Never where folks find you outside it. Yeah we can find me on YOUTUBE DOT COM SLASH. Lamar Wilson where? I am still posting on boxing's and Maybe some gameplay or just anything that's new matter of fact this week I'll be testing out some Weird cereals because why not you. All need content board. Let's do this. We have been asking folks to send us tips for cool things cool creators cool projects going on around the Internet. I've been mentioning some of my favorite creators doing things and We got one about the increase in zoom meetings. Whatever you zoom. A lot of people are using it. Adam kilborn wanted to give back by offering free virtual backgrounds for the next few weeks a Sunday night. He uploaded a new set for the week week. Two of four the latest posts in his blog have the backgrounds and instructions for downloading installing zoom. Adam is a photographer. So if you want some some really cool art work to show behind you like aquariums or public art things like that. They're really I- quality photos and can get them at Adam kilborn dot com slash blog that's K. I L. B. O. U. R. N..

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well. I mean it'll be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now. No I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out. Their data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content. Which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like. Oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees increase more content and it just goes out of hand like that so I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I? I can have priority. Dust Rahal espionage from a safe distance. Six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a macbook. Thank goodness apple things like you know. People are and their people were were preordered. Him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please reporting on channel. I don't have a patriotic. You know. Unlike you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a IT'S A. It's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like to participate in with your peers. Joined by linked to a patron account at Patriotair dot com slash. Gt and I just posted a tick. Tock. Let's check out the mailbag twelve making it a pivot. Russell and Villa and two thousand twenty South Michigan Avenue in a few other folks. All really liked science week last week that was. Dns's you know it was Waco Science. We had all sorts of Tech News but we. We focused a lot on the science angles of news. That was was current. And what are lustrous guests brought to the table? Russell said just wanted to let you know. I Love Science Week. Could envision robotics week maybe an. Iot Week really liked it. A Bela said science week was wonderful. I hope it becomes an annual or maybe more often events and Michigan said Riley black fantastic guests more. Please absolutely have her scientific myself. I watched it was very nice. Yeah we definitely want to do this again like like Russell says with with other topics and everything. So I'm so glad everybody liked it. We ever Lamar Week. We'll talk about you. Yes yes wanted to give all I wanted to give a shout for coining a term. That might be in use already. But I had not heard about before Chris he he was a little little bayton switch he wrote an email and said I was very disappointed not to have a new. Gd I show up in my podcast yesterday. Then I realized it was Saturday how today's merged together. Happy Blurs Day crash. Day Chris and remember five blurs days out of the week. There is a new. Gdi So sorry for the Confusion Shadow. Tear patrons that our master and grandmaster levels including Kevin Hayes Brad Schick and Paul Boyer also. Thanks to Lamar Wilson. It's not the MARWIJK but we're getting there. Want to leave when we want to. You don't have to okay. I'M GONNA stay here for a while because this is nice day here for a while but when you do leave eventually and again no pressure. Never where folks find you outside it. Yeah we can find me on YOUTUBE DOT COM SLASH. Lamar Wilson where? I am still posting on boxing's and Maybe some gameplay or just anything that's new matter of fact this week I'll be testing out some Weird cereals because why not you. All need content board. Let's do this. We have been asking folks to send us tips for cool things cool creators cool projects going on around the Internet. I've been mentioning some of my favorite creators doing things and We got one about the increase in zoom meetings. Whatever you zoom. A lot of people are using it. Adam kilborn wanted to give back by offering free virtual backgrounds for the next few weeks a Sunday night. He uploaded a new set for the week week. Two of four the latest posts in his blog have the backgrounds and instructions for downloading installing zoom. Adam is a photographer. So if you want some some really cool art work to show behind you like aquariums or public art things like that. They're really I- quality photos and can get them at Adam kilborn dot com slash blog that's K. I L. B. O. U. R. N..

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well. I mean it'll be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now. No I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out there. Ib Data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content. Which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like. Oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees increase more content and it just goes out of hand like that so I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I? I can have priority. Dust Rahal espionage from a safe distance. Six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a macbook. Thank goodness apple things like you know. People are and their people were were preordered. Him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please reporting on channel. I don't have a patriotic on. Like you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a IT'S A. It's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like.

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well. I mean it'll be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now. No I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out there. Ib Data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content. Which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like. Oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees increase more content and it just goes out of hand like that so I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I? I can have priority. Dust Rahal espionage from a safe distance. Six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a macbook. Thank goodness apple things like you know. People are and their people were were preordered. Him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please reporting on channel. I don't have a patriotic. You know. Unlike you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a IT'S A. It's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like.

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"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Arguments are available. This is the first time a livestream. We'll be available to everyone. This is. This is kind of similar to what we were just talking about like taking something. That was totally possible before and because of current situations making something unprecedented happen. Yeah Yeah I can't wait to listen to this telephone conference. That sounds really high tech. And but let's we'll be using a we'll be advancing into the future with a telephone. Counselor isn't the first one in the first case is going to be Google versus a that is on the docket that would have been on the session but it is not listed. As being one of the sessions that will be telephoned. Okay WH- which company is it is apple versus Oracle Google? Okay Gotcha but that that that. That is not on the docket for this though. It could have been if this if this had not had to be delayed. So we're not sure when that case will be assigned actor is GonNa be juicy one. Listen to well. I mean it'll be fun for everyone to try to identify your favorite Supreme Court justice by their voice. Well now. No I understand the physical distancing and the fact that the need for that to happen kind of turned into well and then we can have an audio stream. Will we have audio streams of all cases from here on out if it works? Well I mean I don't see like who is going to be like. No that's something that shouldn't be offered anymore. I mean I don't know I guess it's a case by case hardy. Har But But yeah if this is. This is the way it's going to be going forward particularly for art. You know we follow cases all the time on the show just for personal interest. I think that's great to have a little bit more access to to what's going on behind the scenes still no cameras. They're not using zoom. You're not GONNA do not so no kitty cat. Welcome PAST NO LIFTING CANTONA'S S. Say It if you want to get all the tech headlines each day at about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We mentioned last week. That similar web reported Youtube website. Traffic was up fifteen percent. Although it was down like four and a half percent on the on the APP it was up fifteen percent on the web and generally video. Traffic has been up as people tune in during Cova Nineteen lockdowns. But that doesn't mean creators are seeing a lift in income or in revenue. That's because rates company pays for. Ads are dropping on video a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau in late March showed that seventy percent of respondents said they hid either adjusted or paused their previously planned ads. Spending fewer people are making money. Fewer businesses are operating. So there's there's fewer reasons to advertise and there's also a glut of supply digital AD spending down by a third according to the AB. Hank Green tweeted in late March. That views across the channels he runs. Were up five percent while. Cpm's were down thirty percent. Interestingly that's because a lot of creators youtubers included are making more content right now which increases the inventory for the remaining people who do want to buy ads which then drives down the cost. Because there's not a a scarcity of AD slots there's tons of ads lots out there. Ib Data suggested that the spending probably won't bounce back fully this year. They're estimating we would get back to about eighty eight percent of plans spending by Q. Four and we wouldn't hit where we would have been otherwise until two thousand twenty one and of course Lamar you run a youtube channel. Also does this jive with what you're seeing on your personal metrics. Yes the money's gone. I'm sorry we should have talked about this before respond. Now it's funny because it is Kinda hits close to home right but seriously. Just keep some perspective. January through March traditionally pre pandemic. It's always terrible on youtube wheel. You know we always is always down. Fifty to sixty percent and ad revenue. So that's kind of respected we. Are We plan for that when you have the heavy season season between October and December so that suspected I'm more interested in seeing what happ what's going to happen and a second quarter April through June and so on because you know the the I already pre bought right so you know we know companies are going to be pulling ads now? I mean even this month I I took a look at my earnings. And they're about right at the twenty to thirty percent decrease over a year ago is about the article pretty much nailed it for that. So views are slightly up but the inventory which makes sense and the forest brand actual brain deals as well which come outside of Youtube. Most of the time Those are those are hard to come by renounce. Well you know they they just companies are making. It makes sense for them to pull wool. That am I concerned about? Of course I mean I saw them make my living. I WASN'T AS SMART as Utah to create a thing some years ago or dumb luck. I don't know you did it Because there's always the concern. You know 'cause you're really competing for dollars with everybody now I mean the hope. Is You know digital things still need advertising video games. You know services. Hbo Mexican becoming Al. I'm sure they're GONNA do camping a lot of campaign so you know the the hope is it maybe lower money so we may have to increase content. Which as article said the increase the content of actually drives down on radio example of like it makes sense locally for you to be like. Oh well if I increase the content that I have a better chance of getting ads. But if everybody's doing it that drives down the price of the ADS. Everybody agrees crease more content and it just goes out of hand like that so. I'm planning on cutting a lot of people's cable I can I. I can have priority. Dust Rahal espionage from a safe distance. Six feet right. Yeah Very Long Shears. So yeah but there's definitely concerned But you know there's people who are are worse off I. It's hard for me to I mean I down on it sometimes but it's hard for me to really complain about that when I get to do this relative right. Yeah everything and this this is. This is an example of the uncertainty going on because We have businesses that are paused. Which means not going to spend on advertising which means that advertising money doesn't go to our creator which means that Creator doesn't spend money on something else that they would have spent among all spirals out now. The question is when the economy gets going again. Will people be able to pick back up and say okay? That was hard to get through but we got through it and we'll start spending the ads again. You know the mud not even dimension the wider economy spending on all kinds of things or will it take a while. And that's what I be is saying is is probably gonNA take a while because it's going to it even though it it's even if it's only been paused for a couple of months that's a lot of pieces to pick up for a lot of different companies right and try to catch up on exactly now but I'm hopeful like I was very hopeful to see you don't apple still roll out an IPAD and still roll out a macbook. Thank goodness apple things like you know. People are and their people were were preordered. Him like people still want stuff during his time. You know. We're we're not on my spend on it then. I suppose that's good right. Because then that money gets spent and the company can spend that money on other things in a key if every straight exiting the. Nobody's GonNa make any money so yeah. Nothing's spinning is important. So yes Audience please spend please reporting on channel. I don't have a patriotic. You know. Unlike you know this amazing guy here figured it out years ago you could have one. I'm just saying I could. Yeah I know. We mentioned the INSTAGRAM. Live thing. And I know you're kind of a fan of that Before we move off of this any thoughts on like diversifying your your platform. Yeah so Sarah mentioned at about the The I G TV which is kind of like a mini youtube within within Instagram I've always been really bullish on it. Really excited about using and right now. It doesn't have monetization at but I think that's why it's a poor guy trying to get on it now so when they do have it. You're you're you're right there so then there featuring creators right now but I I. I love the program. I love the mobility of it. And the ease of it and it just it I think think diversification right now is seriously important. You know there's people are agent and hire who are jumping on tick tock because I don't know it's green tea. But it's working so yeah. Hey you know you you've been you've been touting. Igt SINCE IT launched Lamar remember it. In fact you were a guest right after lunch and you really really cool. People should pay attention to this and I know instagram is has. They were sort of in that that. Let's just see what works stage at first and then we're like It's kind of getting buried among all the other stuff that people'd visit instagram for. Let's give it its own place and now it's like well let's get a little bit more of a redesigns if people can discover more creator so it seems like there is a process that the companies figured out is working better. Because I agree with you. It doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves and maybe it's just because I'm not following the right creators but it's a IT'S A. It's a very cool platform that that seems underused. Absolutely I I I need to put more content on their exclusive. I studied just dumping stuff that I put on Youtube over there. Just chasms lucidity. It's just a fun platform and I expect to see. Some of your fund dances Sarah on their. Oh yes very soon. I'll get right on. Sundance is typically happen with VR. Headset on my head. So they're really fun these days. I don't look at all Otis. The dog is you know he's worried about me. Let's just put it that way. You can join in our conversation in our discord whether you're worried or not we'll take we'll take any conversation that you'd like.

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"hank green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"hank green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Let the brotherhood two point oh facade fool you behind their chummy U. two personas these guys are out for complete mutually assured annihilation blame the fault in our stars but it will be an absolutely remarkable thing if these bloggers get out of the ring without blocking each other senseless Daniel John and Hank green yeah you got yeah they're the modern day Bronte sisters that's really kind scary right set out to choosing a winner in this match is harder than finding out you've been living in a computer simulation with both of these opponents showing off speed racer moves there stroking a vendetta for the ages Colin brothers Daniel I'm sorry that is incorrect Molly can you steal a brother writer directors dump duffer brothers I'm sorry also incorrect we were looking for the witch house keys Lana and Lilly Wachowski brothers the Wachowski brothers because their birth names were Larry Nance Jr but actually the Wachowskis are both trans women Lana and Lilly and they have done the matrix cloud atlas they are incredible we're seeing the clash of the quarterbacks tonight folks in one corner this M. V. P. is snorting like a Bronco and brandishing a brass knuckle made out of Super Bowl rings is that even legal and any other corner another MVP with another brass knuckle of Super Bowl rings it's gonna take more than a beanstalk to bring down this giant Daniel manning yeah that's right Peyton and Eli manning our one football clue everyone there you go all right this is your last clue buzzing from the hive this queen is dousing the lemonade and ready to keep it fierce against the solo star and I think her sister is yelling wait when I get home this match is going to rival the crater in the elevator insulin tional that is correct okay.

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"hank green" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"Your audience is sitting and then like after like a week seeker to you should know this. It should become pretty pretty clear early on okay for those of you who are startups. Yeah I do encourage getting into all of them just for checking it out not necessarily posting but consuming content so and then once you decide like hey yeah this is where my audience would sit than pick that lane right and so when you have my tick tock earlier in to blend our even really know much about I know but this idea of experimenting with it if you were going to you know for yourself or for a client working with when you talk about experimenting what are you. What are you hoping hoping to get from that because I think some people have the right idea of what experimenting with New Marketing Tool? Looks like yes so. There's a couple of different things like when when we you say experiment. It's always good to at least see what's out there and see where it's going to grow like I I always say like you should have your finger on the pulse a little bit. Okay you understand understand the Zeitgeist at least somewhat so that you're not left in the dust. If something really takes off and you know I saw a tick tock as something that you know I remembered vine from way back in the day was huge and then twitter was just you know. They made some financial missteps where it was no longer viable. Because of how they were rolling up periscope and all of that and it pretty much killed the vine platform which which kind of sucks. Because now tick tock is out and it's backed by the Chinese government and everybody's jumping on this thing and I'm over here like got a few concerns about that. I actually just saw. Yeah yeah a great video by German name Hank Green. WHO's a big youtube creator? And he's like who makes money in. His career is based online online and on social sharing. He's like Yeah Tick Tock in some ways is really cool but let's let's just pay attention for a moment about you. Know they're are they can take all of your data. It's not an American company where there are some protections or European and the Chinese government can basically say we want all the data you have and TIC TAC has to be here you go. Yeah well think about it like this to like Not only is there the data concerned but you know Chinese government has been messing with the US dollar and painting value to it for how long now. And there's there's so many think about like the ethics behind like there's been literal apple stores opened end up in China that were completely fraudulent so and not owned by apple at all but like when you see pictures on it it looks like a legitimate apple store. It's like when you're when you're talking about the Chinese like business like there's a certain element of distrust that I think has been earned because of illicit actions on their part so so when you say like hey somebody blew up to one million users and they have like ten thousand Wykes for every video that they have. I've gotTA wonder you know. Is there you know gaming. On the on the system in order to promote their platform and make the Americans think that they're they're becoming viral when in reality. It's botts doing it right right. There's now transparency do that's and they're never ever will be because WHO's lose to hold them accountable. Now you think about this way like. Do I trust Mark Zuckerberg. No I think I think Cambridge Analytica like pretty much. Blew that out of the water. Her riot do I trust the Chinese government to run my social media platforms more. No no harm no. Yes so that said like everybody and their mom is now on this platform so we decided to jump in and try it out and our video like I made a video with my kids. It's like I wanted to do something really funny and related back to marketing but was really funny is the video. I posted it to Lincoln and to to instagram. I am and it actually trended on linked in and I got four thousand dude. I got four thousand views off of off of it. offline took me ten minutes with this video together right. It's it's like for video. That's my most viewed video that I've ever put out like I usually get good views on my static content but this this was the first time a video of mine has ever trumpet. That's so yeah well it's also interesting as you said that wasn't experiments. I like the way you said there where you're just trying to keep your finger on the pulse because what doesn't sound and correct me if I'm wrong what doesn't sound like you're doing is going ham experiment to see if any of this has legs and then throw a bunch onto money at it in time. You're saying hey I wanNA make sure this is that I have some awareness of this and yeah if something really starts kind of ringing a Bell I might I put a little more attention on it but at least I know what it is. Yes okay and I'll and I'll know how to guide a client in it you know. Because here's the thing like most Let's just be honest. Most ad agencies do not know how to reach millennials let alone Gen Z.. Shirt so I wanted to it. Be a fun adding. Am I going to be going after Gen Z.. Clientele no not necessarily but I at least want to have a rounded. Hey We know what we're talking about and we're not idiots. You know what I mean so like I wanted to check out this platform and actually post and stuff consumed some stuff and see what made sense so that I'm able to help customers customer better and I think about something. That's good for any business owners who do interesting so let me kind of move this from from the online world to the offline world. Because I think it's real easy these days whenever we talk marketing to think of social thing of digital channels which are which is obviously important but I think skip over a lot of other channels something that you kind of touched on for you built your linked to network that were you just talked about all of the The message you're sending the the real engagement you're having networking is has always been a big part of how I build my business. I write books on it so yes. I'm super biased. I know it is for you. How do you see kind of networking kind of dove tailing social media like is it? Is it the same. Is it different. I mean like I guess to me I don't really. The line is very refunding on that which is to just curious. Yeah no because like. I'm literally like I guess. My view social media as doesn't networking that's honestly like my viewpoint of it and what's really cool is You know a year ago. God bless I think a year ago I had less than five hundred connections on Lincoln. And we're we're up to like you or any of those. Oh my goodness under five God and yet your Flavian only blocking young yeah right but But now like you know like we. We have a good amount of connections. Now that I've curated and built up by being social I use the platform as a networking tool cool. And what's really cool is like even for my podcast. Like I've used it as a means to reach out to people that I've wanted to learn from it to network with and get to know Oh and that has leverage some incredible relationships for me. That's why we're talking like unite. Never met yeah exactly wait but we've also had a lot of conversations and I think this came up in another episode. I forget which one who always with my friend. Pat Hellmers Aw there you don't have to necessarily meet in person but you still have to have that one one true conversation whether that's by uh-huh hopping on video chat or something. Yeah and one thing that I try to do too. And I was encouraged by Dan Willis to to do this Grape social media coach He actually encouraged me to record personalized videos and send them to people rather than than just even responding with a tax response yet and that that dude. That's been amazing. First of all. Because a like you know how much gets communicated indicated via your facial tone your facial expression yep and a lack it's lost in taxed so and people just love video and like it makes that high light light at highly personal touch. Where hey somebody took just a few extra seconds to record a video? Incentives me on linked in private messages. Nobody does that nobody does that. Do the only person I've ever gotten that from was. Yeah you start to people. Oh you and then one other dude sent me wanting to blew me away. It was he was the first guy that sentence me Edwards Zia Australia and like he when he because you sent me one after heated KITA. Dang it man you slow to the PUCK. Well I've been a big fan of that because as you said it's a great way there's some free platforms out there right now. Now that you get really easy and one thing I do caution. People is remember that you are going to be on camera and then it's not just a matter especially especially in a professional setting. It's you're not just calling your friend or something so you do have to kind of be quote on a little bit and you gotTa make sure your diaper genies not in the background Redo. Oh you do it. Hey you know what. That's people know that this is this is the naira slash ask head national international terrorism Rockstar assets. So we had I had David up odd by PODCAST. Ask just to give you background. And like the whole time he was talking like every time he moved his little diaper. Judy was like right like almost lost it. At what point during the conversation I should because I've toddler and I thought it was funny. Hey you know what but strangely enough and I completely didn't do that on purpose it but what we're getting to all this is that there is this value of being human right. Yes it was Recently I saw Mark Schaefer. Who's he's a big marketing writer speaker as I am talked for a while and one of the big things? He's kind of champion championing right now. It's hard for me. Aw is just this idea of really looking at marketing not as systems or processes or anything like that but really about. How do we get human-to-human mm-hmm and how to react engage with you? Talk about the younger generation. They don't want to connect with your brand. They want to connect with humans right. N- exactly exactly and so there's nothing wrong with sometimes having that diaper Genie Ryan the background. Am I got. I got a little kid that comes with the territory. The right man. You just had something interesting that I wanted to whatever I forgot about. Let's let's switch up Hey so so we were. I was looking at some of the music your day in and like me kind of the same age is at nineties rock and stuff. But here's here's what I loved Ogden. You might not know this about me so you made a joke that you used to like the super tones back in your days so I I played in a Scott funk man for over a decade. That's crazy they sell out yeah. I was a drummer by started. Back when when Scou- was king in the mid nineties third wave baby so do do you know how to skunk are you a stinker. Though the first song I ever wrote For the band's called gang to this so they know it you know it yeah. That's something that's.

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"hank green" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Which consists of ten elected tribal council women and tribal council men and they serve as our central central government <hes> we are a sovereign nation and so we have a state to state relationship both with the state of montana also with the federal government so we manage the resources and politics the flathead indian reservation but we also have very good relations with our non tribal neighbors so for example i have contemporaries in the the state government and the federal government <hes> and we have very good working relationships for both on and off reservations. I mean i think so few people understand that there is distinct to state relationship with with tribal governments and that this is actually kind of another sovereign nation inside of our country we are and it can be very complicated. <hes> if you've never been to indian reservation i would highly encourage you to come visit arts yeah so there you go <hes> until i had a couple of comments and i used to okay. I'm here so when i when i wash that i found that host to be rather awkward and at times annoying quite frankly <hes> what would what i know oh l. in producing shows <hes> not just online but are there other forums is that you often will have a producer that books a guest best and and they think that guests will be really interesting in your bring a lot to you know to the show or to the content but sometimes you'll get a host who does very little preparation or <hes> or personally they're generally not interested in the guests that was booked in in what they do and that's the impression that i initially got would would this guy hank green <hes> who honestly didn't seem like he was prepared to have a seriously skilled educated native american in front of him you know or <hes> and that that was the impression that i got okay. <hes> the work that casey in his nation or doing his absolutely superb <hes> they also produced a video series entitled it'll living landscapes <hes> and how a changing climate is affecting tribal community and pull up on the excerpts from want you guys to sir take a listen to this is not anywhere near as long so here you go supposed to. This is my home home. The home of the sailors pondo rain couldn't people for too many generations to count. I have grown up on this land like my scepter <music> this before. My name is riley. I wanted to tell you about the lower fled river the river that winds through the heart.

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The logistical mess of trying to clean up Youtube

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14:41 min | 2 years ago

The logistical mess of trying to clean up Youtube

"On today's daily charged supercharged edition diving on youtube score problems with its creators and how unionizing may or may not really be the answer uh-huh so is actually kind of quiet today and i'm wondering if that's actually something algorithm at play. Perhaps the fact that the topic of the show joe is kind of bashing youtube youtube is somewhat burying us sure. I'm not a conspiracy theorist but <hes> well this unfair. I know this is one of the things because everything is transparent. It's opaque with with youtube. We don't know if the reason that there aren't very many people there are fewer people will the normal that would be in our livestream. We don't know if that's because people are just not interested. We don't know for getting albert. Mic lee depressed or suppress. These are the kind of things that small to medium youtube youtube channels wanna know and they aren't getting at that's why they're making these pushes. Okay bye does youtube. Oh the anything that's that's the thing they are creating a video for the platform in a lot of cases. What is it one of one of the folks that you you interviewed said that <hes> <hes> they create suffer facebook and twitter as well facebook and twitter do not send them a check youtube sends them check so beyond that does is it necessary for them to have have more of a relationship <hes>. It seems at least at this point youtube doesn't seem to think so by the union is arguing for changes <hes> you you know having a human on the other side actually explained things on its face. It seems to make a lot of sense but how many of those employees are actually going to have to exist to be able to explain things in the same time you get into a lot of nuance in a lot of nitty gritty <hes> and you might have to explain certain things about <hes> the algorithm gerrad them and how to actually operates. I can really just see how youtube would have a big problem trying to explain some of those things especially through a human operator right well this situation right now. The the question is does youtube. Oh them anything. It's both yes and no it depends on how you look. At what is the backbone phone of youtube like what's youtube would be nothing without content creators willingly uploading their content. If all of the small to medium ones disappeared and went to another platform that would mean youtube still have tons of us but it wouldn't have the diversity of community that it has house because part of the thing that makes youtube youtube is not just pudi pies there. It's that you can also watch composting educational videos which is all the the great thing about youtube and the bad thing about you. There's so much content. It's almost impossible for them to handle what they've created at the scale and i'm includes youtubers demand so what youtube saying is that it's gotten to the point where you need to address user safety. You adjust brand safety for advertisers. You've put those on the front burner but you aren't putting us on the front burner. We're gonna make thank you at least address. The address a possibility that you'll take our needs as seriously as those are certainly curious to see how things move forward the l._g._b._t._q. T. q. plus lawsuit because not having watched any of that content. I am certainly wondering why that would get demonetized just or they are. That's why they're doing. They don't know they feel like it must be something like their claim is that there's no other explanation that is just discrimination that it's a gay thing as a as they have been told by somebody at the company when they're on like a service call okay wow that is certainly unfortunate and sounds like it merits a lawsuit so we'll see what happens. Obviously i think i actually don't know what they've said what their actual statement on the suit is <hes>. I'll pull it up because in fairness. We should say how google has responded so far. They haven't had an official legal response. I haven't filed anything yet <hes> but as brian launch you give us some questions and i'll make sure that we get that up so we can give their side well update. We have been democratized. I'm shocked. I'm looking at it right now like it was because of the bleeping or do you think it's because of other other just no way that their algorithm works so fast that it caught the bleeps and besides there bleeps that's the point reyes is because because we tag the show with fair tube against whatever it's it's a new show whatever but i think that the issue here is this is the kind of thing that frustrates a lot of youtubers that are on the aren't on the scale of a p._d. Pie or your brothers or even or even to find brothers which is smaller. It's like one fifth the size of that you know right. We just don't know why it is important to mention that. Obviously we started a new channel and we have under five hundred subscribers subscribers at this point but this is not our <hes> this is this is not how we're paying the bills like were seen at employee and we don't get paid whether other youtube sends us money or not like that doesn't end up in our bank accounts which gives us the opportunity to talk about whatever the hell it is that we want to talk about whether the were demonetized for the a day or night <hes> but it is interesting how quickly i'm glad you brought that up ben <hes> but the point hand is not about the money this this is clearly headhunting on youtube part and that's a form of censorship. I didn't even know the term. Censorship is it's. It's a squishy term because censorship serbia some people would say it's a private plot for it's a privately owned company <hes>. It's not a government utility. It's not like you have a right to free speech on youtube they ah within their rights to to to algorithm mickley not recommend or or depress anything that they want <hes> what their stated stated premise is that it's here to be an open forum to the extent that that's safe you bring up a great point as far as whether people have first amendment rights on major platforms. That's an argument argument legally. They don't that's an argument. That's currently being considered at least as <hes> we start to discuss the potential break-up of big tax or talking talking about facebook google amazon and help me out here. It's not microsoft. Never mind the big guam all the big ones so it's one of the arguments especially as it relates to youtube and facebook as you know. Have they become so big that <hes> some people do have some level first amendment rights to say whatever it is that they want to say on those platforms and when they do become demonetized or deep platforms or whatever you wanna call it some sort of legal argument against that that goes back to the lawsuit that we were discussing previously i would also say though that <hes> that legal argument at least in terms of optics i think would have been stronger than make like four years ago or three years ago. I feel like since we've entered through this era where we are so much more skeptical of these gigantic platforms not in terms of save us having speech but of the fact that they allow too much free speech <hes> there's been so much backlash against you know objectionable content speech those sorts of things that didn't it wasn't part of the conversation nearly as much three years ago four years ago right. I remembered what the fourth companies it's apple but apple is treated the same way ought not only that but like a lot of the arguments related to the break-up of big tech related to apple have a lot to do with how they operate their app store where they're both a player and a coach they operate the platform perform and they also have apps on the player and a coach in a rough actually yes. They're all there every more like a player in a referee right yeah exactly they run the platform perform and they're also on the platform and therefore there are a lot of <hes> considerations as far as whether they are appropriately running things in a fair way for everybody. That's involved in that system right so but yet they're certainly from from my perspective. They seem to be getting way less heat as it relates to this than i facebook facebook seems to be the one. That's getting the most attention but i feel like youtube. There's a lot of free speech consideration there too and that's why you know this is an interesting conversation to discuss as far as what this union is hoping to get out of those and you know the fact that youtube facebook youtube the entire collection of companies is facing so much pressure on so many fronts. That's another reason why i feel like creators like those that are represented by this union. <hes> feel like they're not getting their voices heard because there there's not a backlash of people they'll be a backlash over objectional content being served the kids on youtube kids being exploited on you to be a backlash against hate speech on youtube to a certain certain extent depending on what kind of speech it is <hes>. There's not really a backlash for people that feel like they're being unfairly democratized or not getting the due conversation from the fat from that as well. That's one interesting argument that you mentioned is is that in your story it was it was kind of like a one of one of the more cynical arguments about the union was are these smaller medium sized players frustrated that they're not bigger that they aren't some of the more successful players because like hey if you were if you were good at this. Maybe you'd be bigger and you wouldn't can have to complain so much. I mean like a pretty tough thing to say to somebody but at the same time when you're talking about unionization starting to bash the platform so you can see that there could be that kind of backlash to yeah and you know i think that so hank green and i talked about this in my story about how there's just. It's a lotta things at play here. The reasons why big youtubers wouldn't be responding. They don't want to bite the hand the feeds them they have a stake in not rocking the boat and also so there is an element of not only like if you were just complaining because you're channels not big enough in the point that he made is that yeah there's a strain of that maybe in some very large youtubers thinking partly because those big youtubers notice sacrifices they've had to make in order to stay as big as they are but i think most being youtubers understand that lottery who gets to be gigantic you it's table stakes that you have to work hard for it and commit your life to it in order for you to become gigantically stratospheric successful on youtube but some of those just look and they didn't get as lucky as me also hang hang space point. Is that sorry. Sorry just didn't hit the lottery and like i. They should have picked different number. Why aren't you smarter thanks. It's true that there's that vein possibly in some large thinking but it's also important that they realized that that's not the only thing going on here that there are some legitimate concerns for these small to medium size is a great point though i really i really appreciate that argument because it's you know there are a lot of things that really involve involve luck and when you look at kind of the opacity of the youtube algorithm along with a lot of other algorithms exist online. That's an addition. You're layering on top top of that just like the life lottery of you know. know. It was your timing right did you did you hit the right audience that kind of stuff too so those those two elements can can obviously obviously bake in a lot of uncertainty as far as whether you know you're you're a huge channel or not for the guy. That's really pushing the this union. I wouldn't have expected somebody eh builds. I dunno souped-up. Slingshots have two million viewers two million subscribers so at least to me. That sounds like a lie. I don't know maybe people alive alive and even less than that is it just depends on you know if you're trying to make it your livelihood you know people who write about educational occasional topics have a lot less trouble with the monetization they can have a channel with fewer videos and fury subscribers fewer views because maybe like two thirds of what they're writing about doesn't get democratized where like if you were say a news channel that talks about controversial topics sometimes like build a franko go or if you're transgender youtube earn you're talking about sexuality on a regular basis which also has tendency to bump up against what seems to be the unclarified criteria about what is okay and what is not okay so. I'm glad you brought up filled franko because i knew something what happened with filter franko like a couple years ago speaking out about youtube right so can can you remind me a bit about this because there was a case as where a major youtuber was speaking out about concerns with the platform right so that was the hashtag youtube is over party that so philly maybe if i remember right like going back into my my files if i remember right the reason for that that was a particular it was a demo basically democratization issue and i believe what happened at that point was <hes> youtube was making what should have been a very small mall tweak. I think what they were doing is they. Were trying to be more transparent with youtube creators in that previously. I don't think that there was a easy way to see in one place which of your videos were demonetized and so they wanted to be more transparent and create a way for you to see which ones were demonetized. The effect of that was that people realize oh. All of these videos are demonetized and so some people thought that they had been like all in one fell swoop on all of a sudden <hes> and that happened to filter franko. I can't remember the specifics if he actually noticed that he obviously he and his team keep very close. Run a tight ship and keep close watch on their channel. I can't remember if they actually noticed instances of like one day. They had so many videos radio's democratizing the next day. It was a lot more or if it was a combination of like they just realized more more. I'm not sure how it actually but it goes to the point of opacity casati passing so how how large influential youtuber can get the conversation going 'cause the hash tag youtube over party was trending on twitter all day <hes> <hes> that hasn't happened with with this thing but there hasn't been like a crystallizing moments and make people feel outraged enough to rally their supporters to work for this collective unified costs

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"hank green" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eugene tribute is cold tumblr the musical it was published in twenty twelve by Hank green one of the popular blog brothers there was a moment in time when it was sort of small and beautiful and it felt very collected and understandable Verizon acquired tumblr through its purchase of Yahoo in twenty seventeen Yahoo itself of course is another example of the cruel cycle of internet popularity keeps night as an analyst at CFRA one day you're really really fast growing top of the dog heap and the next day you're being sold kind of for pennies on the dollar tumblr alienated a lot of users last year when it banned **** an adult content but it's always just had a hard time competing with Facebook and Twitter more recently the likes of Instagram and tech talk and that's just the way of social media it thrives and then with those says Jessa lingo at the university of Pennsylvania it's the cycle unless you're so big the you just buy out your competition Facebook has proved fairly immune to the cycle but that's mostly because it's willing to buy things like what sap and Instagram Lingle says a social media site doesn't have to be as huge as Facebook to be successful tumblr could just continue to serve more niche audiences you too behind green agrees that's the way to go yeah definitely don't be everything to everyone that's taken yeah bye Facebook and Twitter the the projects for market place this country is in the middle of an affordable housing crisis especially on the coast and as a result home sales and because the.

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"hank green" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This YouTube tribute is cold tumblr the musical it was published in twenty twelve by Hank green one of the popular vlogbrothers there was a moment in time when it was sort of small and beautiful and it felt very collected and understandable Verizon acquired tumblr through its purchase of Yahoo in twenty seventeen Yahoo itself of course is another example of the cruel cycle of internet popularity keeps night as an analyst at CFRA one day you're really really fast growing top of the dog heap in the next day you're being sold kind of for pennies on the dollar tumblr alienated a lot of users last year when it banned **** an adult content but it's always just had a hard time competing with Facebook and Twitter more recently the likes of Instagram and tech talk and that's just the way of social media it thrives and then with those says Jessa Lingle at the university of Pennsylvania it's this cycle unless you're so big the you just buy out your competition because proved fairly immune to the cycle but that's mostly because it's willing to buy things like what sap and Instagram Lingle says a social media site doesn't have to be as huge as Facebook to be successful tumblr could just continue to serve more niche audiences you too behind green agrees that's the way to go yeah I definitely don't be everything to everyone that's taken yeah bye Facebook and Twitter R. V. projects for market place this country is in the middle of an affordable housing crisis especially on the coast and as a result home sales.

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"hank green" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And John. Charlie. I might I might even include him, you know, that there is nothing more important to us. Then. Deterring criminal activity. I know that. I'm trying to remember what he calls it criminal post up. Well, definitely there post op and we because there's drug play it's play. It's drug play. We liked drug play on the area, and we certainly will post up to do. So and listen every once in a while, we'll have a conversation with a high out of her mind, potentially potential prostitute that could happen now and again in and who likes. Likes to. Is unsure at first as to whether you're going to arrest or not. But then turns exceedingly friendly once she realizes that you are not going to arrest. Proceeds to tell you why she really likes the archangels even though you really didn't ask her about that. Anyway. They are now. Gaining more credibility. Well, we are gaining more credibility. Who these people are now he has no idea. Okay. I'm nodding off at this point the archangels. They do the job that needs to be done. We'll tell you about them. So what it is? You know, the guardian angels. Oh, the gardening. Angels with courtesy. Well, yeah. This is not them. This is not the let's just say that the guardian angels were. With no training with a little more drug addled. Possibly bless teeth. Blots love lost seats possibly have done stretches of time involved. There may be lost limbs. Now, they're getting their lives together to call the archangels. Brockton led by this guy, Dennis Green or whatever Hank green. And we know about some actually almost most importantly because they actually frightened people on the t the reason we even know about operation, it's called the archangels is because the Richard Sullivan, the head of the MVP, a police are I'm sorry and superintendent with TA police actually brought this up as one of the things that sort of people should know about the the radio he said that these guys potentially because of of their pastimes that they have now left in the past. But you don't know he said the people were freaked out about. Roaming around in red. In red jackets. I guess, you know, it's it's so stop at first glance you might think to the guardian angels because they wear red berets and those red neoprene jackets, but there's not the same hand me. Yeah. And they're not the same some of are colored with magic marker. Exactly. So maybe I should play some of the call Hillary meet some of the original archangel sap, you'll get a feeling for these guys..

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"hank green" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"hank green" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"I mean, definitely the thing you've come to Hanke John to here is give up, Robin. Just give. Well, sometimes you should give up. Sure, it probably not in this case. Probably right. Perfect person to give you advice on this. Because Hankas started so many businesses where he wasn't the first person to have the idea, and he wasn't the best person to have the idea. But he was the most persistent person to have the idea like there's this phenomenon in early human history called persistence hunting where the way that humans would kill their prey wasn't by being faster or stronger. It was just by not quitting. And so like an antelope can run for two hours, but a human will jog for four hours in that eventually the antelope left to be like, I'm tired, and the human will be like, I will kill you. Now, that's the Hank green strategy for making business. I don't know. If that's true Europe, persistence, unter, it's the greatest compliment. I can give you my favorite thing about human beings. Is that we don't quit? All right. I will appreciate it. And and I will say that like one there are a whole lot of businesses where lots of people do the business like every hair salon is a different business unless it's like a chain. But most of them aren't and like every Pete's like there are lots of pizza places lots of restaurants, and they're all different businesses, but they are all run somewhat similarly, and they all rely on someone to be at the helm of that business and to learn how to do it and to do the work, which is hard work and to be persistent and to figure out ways to make it work. The other thing I'd say about that is that when you're deeply involved in a world, you often feel like you're not the first person to be in that world or like the world is already saturated. But in fact, the world is very new. New and it's about to get much much bigger. Like, hey, can I started making YouTube videos, I in two thousand seven I was like, oh, I mean, we're we're too late. Like, we just got here. Too late. There are too many people making too many YouTube videos, and now when people talk to us about how we built our business. They're always like, well, I mean, the genius was that you started at the very beginning. And also, even if it's something that's been around for a long time. It's like these things are always changing, and they always need new people entering into them to to change things up and to have business adjust for, you know, the twenty nineteen world, and the nice thing about entering into something where there's other people doing it is that maybe you can talk to some of those people and ask them some of their difficulties and you don't have to completely reinvent the wheel. So. You know, I wish I had more specifics on what you are getting into Robin. But but there's nothing good for your resume like trying to start a business because you're going to learn a lot in that process. And there is a lot to learn. Yeah. I think one of the problems with the way that we sometimes imagine business is we see it as a thing that geniuses..

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