#869 - Andy Lee on Audience, Niches & Iterating
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Andy Lee is back! We chat about how podcasting has impacted Hamish and Andy's relationship, Andy's love for golf, growing audiences, and the need to iterate to find something that works.

On today's episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss: 
 

  • The impact of podcasting on Hamish & Andy's relationship
  • Instagram & adopting TikTok
  • Andy's love of golf
  • Trump, cheating & meditation in golf
  • S-Bends & a dead rat
  • Escapism & reflecting serious topics in content
  • Audience, broadcast & niches
  • Old content & in-jokes
  • Growing audiences
  • Iterating & finding something that works
  • Radio in 2020


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Suzy Menkes
HERMÈS, NADÈGE VANHEE-CYBULSKI
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User Defenders – UX Design & Personal Growth
User Defenders – UX Design & Personal Growth
Jason Ogle
075: You Belong Here with Jessica Gaddis
Jessica Gaddis motivates us to realize that we belong here. Not only in the field of design, but in this often painful and perplexing world we call home. Why? Because somewhere, sometime, somehow...someone needs us. She inspires us to find our community because they’re already out there, searching for us and waiting for us to connect with them and even lead them. She reveals how she was able to on a very limited budget go all in and learn UX and go on to get her foot in the door as a Product Designer. From 0 to Netflix, and now Twitter. She touches on the unwelcome voice in many of our heads known as imposter syndrome, and reveals how she’s been able to successfully combat it. She also shares with us how advocating for black women in design by opening up her calendar as a mentor has been one of the most rewarding and impactful design decisions she’s ever made. * Origin Story (5:05) * Growing Up In a Techie Home (8:48) * Journalism + UX? (11:42) * The UX of Learning UX (18:21) * Teaching Should Be Every Company’s Core Value (32:15) * Have You Overcome Imposter Syndrome? (44:14) * How Do We Find Community? (50:00) * The Deep Value of Mentoring (57:59) * What Do You Want On Your Headstone? (70:13) * UX Superpower? (74:09) * UX Kryptonite? (75:37) * UX Superhero Name (77:38) * Habit of Success? (78:02) * UX Resource or Tool (81:04) * Recommended Book (83:11) * Best Advice (84:56) * Connect & Keep Up (87:21) Check out the detailed show notes including mentioned links, transcript and Eli Jorgensen's astonishing superhero artwork at userdefenders.com/075 This episode is made possible by Editor X. Editor X gives you a wide workspace with total CSS control powered by smooth drag & drop on a platform where every tiny detail has been carefully considered. That means you can let your creativity run wild and build your most creative sites yet. I can keep trying to describe it to you, but you should really go see it for yourself. Visit userdefenders.com/EditorX and discover a new standard in web design
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HR Happy Hour
Steve Boese Trish McFarlane
HR Happy Hour 470 - Inclusion Lessons from the Special Olympics
HR Happy Hour 470 - Inclusion Lessons from the Special Olympics Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane Guests: Denis Doolan, Special Olympics; Mark Onisk, Skillsoft This episode of Happy Hour is made possible by Workhuman®. The world is watching the leaders of today and tomorrow. Modern employees want a workplace where they’re respected, seen, appreciated, and heard – and they’re demanding it. And thriving organizations like Cisco, Merck, and LinkedIn have realized the immense benefits of putting the human at the center of work. Get your copy of the book, “Making Work Human,” on Amazon and discover how. And Paychex. With the onset of COVID-19, Paychex quickly responded to support businesses and help them manage the new challenges brought on by the pandemic.The Paychex COVID-19 Help Center is the ultimate, comprehensive resource hub featuring articles, videos, scenario tools, live webinars, and podcasts that provide valuable and up-to-date insight on stimulus measures, managing a remote or hybrid workforce, travel restrictions, state specific guidance, and more. To access go to payx.me/helpcenter today This week we were joined by Denis Doolan from the Special Olympics and Mark Onisk from Skillsoft to discuss the two organizations’ ongoing partnership, how Special Olympics can work with organizations to improve inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities, and to share some inspiring stories and lessons from some amazing Special Olympic athletes Learn more at www.specialolympics.org and find the Intellectual Disabilities In Workplace DEI Survey here Subscribe to the HR Happy Hour wherever you get your podcasts.
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The Cinematography Podcast
Sean Bobbitt, BSC, on Judas and the Black Messiah, working with director Shaka King, working with director Steve McQueen on Hunger and Shame
Sean Bobbitt thinks good cinematography is composed of a series of very carefully crafted and decided upon images. He began his career as a news camera shooter, but once he began to work on documentaries and features, Sean learned that each shot is not just coverage to edit together. After working in news and documentary for several years, Sean decided he wanted to transition into working on dramatic films, so he took a cinematography class with acclaimed cinematographer Billy Williams, and it changed his life. He knew he wanted to become a cinematographer. He soon got his first feature film job working on Wonderland, directed by Michael Winterbottom. Judas and the Black Messiah is a gripping biographical drama about FBI informant William O'Neal and Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton. O'Neil is a small-time criminal who agrees to go undercover for the FBI and infiltrate the Chicago headquarters of the Black Panthers. O'Neal's tips directly result in Chairman Hampton's assassination in his bed by police in 1969. Sean found the script gripping and incredibly relevant to today's ongoing issues of racial inequality. He realized he knew little about the Black Panthers and this chapter of racial injustice in America, and he needed to help tell the story. After reading the script, Sean met with director Shaka King, who brought hundreds of stills of the Black Panthers and talked Sean through the screenplay. Together, Sean and King began to explore what they wanted to visually create. The photographs became the basis for the look and color palette of the film. All the color photos were Kodachrome or Ektachrome, so they had a slightly faded look. Sean wanted high contrasts with punchy primary colors and worked closely with the DIT to get the color grade for the look he wanted. Previously, Sean had worked on a few biopics with director Steve McQueen, such as 12 Years a Slave and Hunger. Sean finds McQueen a very unique artist and a fantastic collaborator. They've worked together for so long that they are very good at communicating on set. McQueen loves long takes, and really began exploring those with Hunger- the film features a 16 and a half minute take, based on the idealogical concept that if you simply hold the frame, the audience begins to project themselves into the action. If there's no cut, the audience can't be reminded it's a film and can't be let off the hook. Sean learned to compose very considered frames where the action happens. One of the main concepts of the movie Shame was that most New Yorkers live their lives in high rises in the air, and the characters in the film only came down for sordid reasons. Most of the takes in Shame are also very long and purposefully make the viewer feel uncomfortable. You can watch Judas and the Black Messiah in select theaters and streaming on HBO Max. https://www.judasandtheblackmessiah.com/ Find out even more about this episode, with extensive show notes and links: http://camnoir.com/ep114/ Sponsored by Hot Rod Cameras: www.hotrodcameras.com Website: www.camnoir.com Facebook: @cinepod Instagram: @thecinepod Twitter: @ShortEndz
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Smarter Destiny Podcast
#108 - Ron Robinson on the secret to getting picked up by magazines, knowing how to talk to the press and growing rapidly
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47 min
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