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BumpInTheRoad
Dave Bjork: Research Evangelist

BumpInTheRoad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 28:01


Dave Bjork was a healthy young man pursuing his banking career when he came down with what seemed like pneumonia. But it was lung cancer. Medicine saved Dave's life, but that life was forever changed. The experience led to a change of careers and his podcast, The Research Evangelist, which covers medical professionals who are “Brilliant but not famous.” This is a great story, celebrating research, people, and most of all, life. The full story at BumpInTheRoad.us Special thanks to CVS Health

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
More Autechre Remixes (Listeners' Choice!)

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 97:43


We've done our own lists, but now it's time to discuss even more Autechre remixes by diving into some of our listeners' all time favorites. Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
325: Bilingual Blogging – How Alejandra Graf Shares Recipes on Her Blog in English and Spanish

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 62:57


Using a plugin to blog in multiple languages, strategically growing your team, and maximizing your productivity with Alejandra Graf from BrownSugar&Vanilla. ----- Welcome to episode 325 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Alejandra Graf from BrownSugar&Vanilla about how she shares recipes on her blog in both English and Spanish. Bilingual Blogging We're so excited to share this episode with Alejandra with you today! Her story is really fascinating, and the way that she shares content is a bit unique compared to other content creators. After immigrating to the United States from Mexico, she launched her food blog, BrownSugar&Vanilla, where she shares family-friendly vegan recipes. But she also has another version of her site called Piloncillo&Vainilla where she shares all the same recipes — but in Spanish! In this episode, you'll learn how she uses a plugin to share content in both languages, how the traffic compares on the two versions of her blog, and more. It's a really fascinating, inspiring interview that demonstrates the unique ways you can share content with different audiences. In this episode, you'll learn: Why Alejandra immigrated to the United States What led her to launch her blog How she started sharing recipes in both Spanish and English How she determines what content will resonate with which part of her audience How the traffic compares on the English vs. the Spanish side of her blog How she runs ads on her site Which plugin she uses to share content in both languages How she strategically grew her team How she earns revenue from her site How she gets sponsored content work How she uses the Pomodoro Method to maximize her productivity Resources: BrownSugar&Vanilla Piloncillo&Vainilla The Fire Starter Sessions The WordPress Multilingual Plugin Google Translate Grammarly AdThrive Pinch of Yum Income and Traffic Reports BlogHer Johanna B. Voss Agency 322: Going All In – How Sarah Cook Went From 17k to 600k Monthly Pageviews Follow Alejandra on Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Studio 12
Aggie Town Hall w/Ross Bjork

Studio 12

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 29:51


Athletics Director Ross Bjork joins Andrew and Will for the latest edition of the Aggie Town Hall. Ross addresses football facilities, SEC scheduling models, NIL and more as he takes questions from the 12th Man.To submit your question for future shows visit 12thman.com/askross.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sabres Hockey
10-01 Anders Bjork

Sabres Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 5:11


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The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
324: Building Strong Partnerships – How Bob's Red Mill Works with Content Creators on Sponsored Content

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 57:22


How Bob's Red Mill works with content creators, how creators can effectively reach out to brands, and how to secure ongoing brand partnerships with Cassidy Stockton. ----- Welcome to episode 324 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Cassidy Stockton about how Bob's Red Mill works with content creators on sponsored content. Building Strong Partnerships When we chat about sponsored content here on the podcast, we usually talk to creators and publishers about how they secure partnerships with brands. But today, we're flipping the script and hearing things directly from a brand's perspective! In this episode, Bjork interviews Cassidy Stockton, the Senior Content Marketing Manager at Bob's Red Mill, about how her team works with content creators, what she wishes creators knew about working with brands, and more. If you've ever wanted to learn more about how to reach out to brands, how to negotiate your rates, or how to secure ongoing brand partnerships, this episode with Cassidy is for you! In this episode, you'll learn: What Cassidy does at Bob's Red Mill Why they invest so much into influencer marketing What kinds of campaigns they find successful What an employee-owned company is What metrics they look at when working with influencers What influencers can do to maintain a strong relationship with a brand How they handle invoices and payments How they initiate partnerships at Bob's Red Mill Why they consider video to be essential right now How they've been experimenting on TikTok How they negotiate rates with influencers How Bob's Red Mill works with various agencies What you should include in your media kit What she wishes creators knew about working with brands Resources: Bob's Red Mill InfluenceKit Connect with Cassidy on LinkedIn Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR316 - Damian Taylor - Recording and Mixing Bjork and Arcade Fire

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 128:44


My guest today is Damian Taylor a six-time Grammy-nominated record producer, music mixer and programmer, songwriter, song doctor, sonic architect and explorer best known for his work with Bjork (in the studio and on stage), The Prodigy, The Killers, Arcade Fire, UNKLE, TR/ST, Odette, The Temper Trap, City of the Sun, and Dizzy to name a few. Damian describes his love for creating music and art at the intersection of ideas and expression, performance and design; juxtaposing not only organic and synthetic methods of creation and manipulation but also cultural and stylistic concepts and perspectives. He is also the founder of The Complete Producer Network, an active hub for people all over the world who are dedicated to improving their ability to create and share extraordinary music. It's an open, inclusive, and supportive community of music creators who come together to share ideas, insights, tips, tricks, strategies and perspectives to drive themselves and others forward. Damian also live streams over on Twitch sharing his studio experience and is active on social media writing essays on Twitter and Instagram. Thanks so much to Colin Ramsay at GPS Management for making our introduction. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://JZmic.com Use coupon ROCKSTARS to get 20% off The Pop Filter Spectra1964 is having a bundle sale! Save $$ hundreds on the STX600 and the BBDI combo at https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://carltatzdesign.com/Mixroom-Mentor http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7yxD0GXOlhzpAAgcDVEwtW?si=f237543ee86a48fa If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/316

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
Autechre's 10 Greatest Remixes

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 119:59


We've listened to just about every Autechre remix we could find, so it's finally time to discuss Sean and Rob's remix work by counting down our personal top 10s. Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod Laxir info page

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
323: Understanding the Numbers – Optimizing Your Blog's Financials with Ansley Beutler

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 67:25


Tracking your expenses, optimizing your business for tax season, and setting yourself up for success financially with Ansley Beutler from Peach Perfect Financials. ----- Welcome to episode 323 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Ansley Beutler from Peach Perfect Financials about optimizing your blog's financials to set your business up for success. Understanding the Numbers While Ansley Beutler is well-known for sharing delicious and healthy recipes on The Fit Peach, she's also a CPA and an expert when it comes to the financial side of running a food blog! Through her consultancy business Peach Perfect Financials, she helps bloggers level up their business and gain control and clarity over their finances. In this episode, she shares why you should have a business bank account, how to keep track of your expenses, how to structure your business to optimize your taxes, and more. Whether you just launched your blog or if you've been blogging for years, we think you'll have a lot of great takeaways from this episode. Enjoy! In this episode, you'll learn: Why Ansley started her food blog What she does at Peach Perfect Financials How she balances working on her blog and her client work Why she recommends having a business bank account and credit card What business expenses and startup expenses are Why it's so important to track your expenses What happens if you get audited How you get taxed when you run your own business When you might consider making an S election What an EIN is How you can keep track of your receipts digitally How to determine what your salary should be as a business owner How to set yourself up your success in the future financially Resources: The Fit Peach Peach Perfect Financials Form 2553 Shoeboxed Quickbooks Blogger MBA School 321: The EXITpreneur's Playbook – Maximizing Your Profits When Selling a Business with Joe Valley Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Listening Service
How to listen to... Arvo Pärt

The Listening Service

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 29:05


Tom Service lifts the lid on the music of the most popular living composer - Arvo Part. Nominated for 11 Grammy awards and revered by Bjork, P.J Harvey, and Radiohead, as well as classical musicians around the world, his seemingly simple and spiritual music is loved by millions. Born in Estonia in 1935 he did military service in the Soviet Army, worked as a radio producer, and wrote music for films, documentaries and animations, before creating his unique style of composition ‘tintinnabulation'. But what exactly is tintinnabulation? What do you get when you cross mathematics with love? And how can strict rules and discipline ultimately mean freedom? Our witnesses are violinist Viktoria Mullova who has recorded many of Part's seminal works, and theologian Dr Peter Bouteneff who has researched his music's connections with his Orthodox faith. Producer: Ruth Thomson

Look Behind The Look
Episode 5 | Season 2: Make-up Artist & Photographer Troy Jensen talks about Bjork's 'Swan Dress'

Look Behind The Look

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:51


Don't let his baby face fool you, Troy Jensen has over 30 years of experience in the makeup industry and in this episode we go behind the unforgettable Swan Dress look worn by Bjork in the 2001 Oscars, and you'll hear why this story was one of his greatest career lessons. Troy has created looks for an endless roster of celebrities - in this episode, we talk about his work with Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Williams, Nicole Scherzinger, and more. Troy is also an incredible photographer and quite often, he is also behind the camera documenting his own fabulous work. Hear all about his impressive career and how he became an industry favorite in this episode, and don't forget to head to YouTube to watch so you can see the looks! Learn more about Troy at https://www.troyjensen.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-behind-the-look-pod/support

The Leader | Evening Standard daily
The story behind ES Magazine's NFT cover, a UK first

The Leader | Evening Standard daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 7:19


ES Magazine has made history as the first UK publication to print an NFT, or non-fungible token, in a ground-breaking piece of moving digital artwork. We speak to deputy art director Jessica Landon who reveals how the piece was created by two of Bjork's collaborators using 160 cameras to create a Matrix-like effect. You can also find out how to bid for the NFT, featuring model and activist Kai-Isaiah Jamal, at an upcoming auction with proceeds going to the Evening Standard's charity partner, the Felix Project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker
Season 3: Client 13 - Batman Wears A Diaper with the original lineup of Matt and Greg!

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 70:06


The Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker are missing one of the partners and do not have a guest attorney to help with a client that stumbled through their doors, Batman Wears A Diaper. Matt and Greg are all on there own so, obviously, the client is in big trouble especially when they wind up talking about beloved cohost, anal bleaching, the Clean Sphincter Society, fight crime and pee, super speed poop, is that a football, a giant lima bean, head on down to Panama, cosmic rays, radioactive spider, nasty green and messy, a super proctologist, his name was Cypher, Legion Of Super Greg Friends, cross quibble, the Brady Bunch, Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, Peter Gabriel, Buddy Raspberry, Buddy Sphincter Hole, Ellis Island, one thousand dead orphans, hooked on phonics, Bjork, Waspy Sodapop, pumpernickel, Great Norse Elephant Plague, sad psychopath, Fatty Melt, puttanesca, pasta of the whore, force field vagina, carrots, skeeved out, ancient Gaul, the clockmakers, William Tell, the Mafia, we got the nukes we got them money, Winifred, put breasts on a ghost, the Icelandic kids, dog's breakfast, here's your catheter, Titans and mountains of poop. For other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. They are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter - @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr - quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch them on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support

GenX Voice
My Experience Living in NYC During 9/11

GenX Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 56:49


Trigger warning! For the first time in 20 years, I unpack what living in New York City when the attack occurred on the World Trade Center.  Episodes I mention: Raves NYC and Acupuncture Raving in the 90's Live!   I didn't mention this, but a good read: Jon Stewart and First Responders   The music that got me through: Kid A by Radiohead Vespertine by Bjork  

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
322: Going All In – How Sarah Cook Went From 17k to 600k Monthly Pageviews

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 58:23


Investing money into your business, deleting posts to encourage growth, and the importance of having accountability partners with Sarah Cook from Sustainable Cooks. ----- Welcome to episode 322 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Sarah Cook from Sustainable Cooks about what specific strategies she implemented to grow her blog's traffic and increase her revenue. Going All In A few years ago, Sarah Cook was feeling burnt out and ready to call it quits on her blog. But after listening to some food blogging podcasts, she decided to switch up her blogging strategy and see if she could turn it into a thriving business. And today on the podcast, she's sharing everything she's done along the way to go from 17k to 600k monthly pageviews with her blog, Sustainable Cooks! She explains some of the unique ways she has invested in her blog, why she decided to delete hundreds of posts, why she loves having a blogging accountability partner, and more. It's a really inspiring interview, and we know it'll leave you feeling motivated and excited to make progress on your blogging goals. In this episode, you'll learn: How Sarah decided to go all in with her blog How she struggled to define her identity as a full-time blogger Where she started investing money into her business How she shifted her content strategy Why she deleted hundreds of posts on her blog How she categorized her content into specific buckets Why ad earnings are typically lower in Q1 How her blog's success has helped her support causes she cares about How she fits work into the margins of her day What tasks she decided to hire out Why she loves having a blogging accountability partner Resources: Sustainable Cooks 170: What's Working and What's Not with the FBP Community MediaWyse Casey Markee Purr Design The Simple Pin Podcast Kate Ahl Mediavine Keysearch AdThrive Hey Nutrition Lady Cook It Real Good Follow Sarah on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
321: The EXITpreneur's Playbook – Maximizing Your Profits When Selling a Business with Joe Valley

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 58:00


What an exitpreneur is, why we're not able to run our businesses forever, and what factors to keep in mind when deciding to sell your business with Joe Valley. ----- Welcome to episode 321 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Joe Valley about making a great exit and maximizing your profits when selling a business. The EXITpreneur's Playbook When it comes down to it, we're not able to run our businesses forever. And most business owners wait to sell until they're exhausted and emotionally rundown, and by that time, it's too late to have a great exit. Enter: Joe Valley! After facilitating nearly half a billion dollars in exits, Joe has written the bestselling book, “The EXITpreneur's Playbook” to help online business owners get the maximum value and best deal structure possible when selling their businesses. Even if you're not quite ready to sell your own business, this interview will show you what areas to focus on to create a successful pathway to your own eventual exit. In this episode, you'll learn: What an exitpreneur is Why it's important to be on top of your financials What the difference is between a CPA and a bookkeeper Why it's important to consider risk, transferability, documentation, and growth when deciding to sell Why you need to have specific goals in mind when it comes to selling your business What SKUs are What the transition period looks like after selling a business What most people do after selling a business Resources: The EXITpreneur's Playbook Read the first three chapters of The EXITpreneur's Playbook for free! Quiet Light The Quiet Light Podcast 32: Buying & Selling Websites with Mark Daoust from Quiet Light Quickbooks Xero Pilot EOS TinyBit Puerto Rico's Tax Incentive Code 176: Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers with Chris Guthrie Follow Joe on Twitter and LinkedIn Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Age Slayers with Traci Lynn
Linda Bjork shares her personal journey to healing after a 5 year battle with depression.

Age Slayers with Traci Lynn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 47:15


Linda Bjork is a best selling author, speaker, blogger, podcast host and the found and executive director of Hope for Healing - a non profit charity which has helped thousands of people increase happiness, manage stress, build confidence and overcome depression and anxiety.  Linda's story is one of pain and suffering that leads to strength and resilience as she shares tragic events that have happened in her life. Her advice is invaluable for anyone who is suffering from depression or anxiety after going through traumatic experiences.  www.https://hopeforhealingfoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/lindascornerpodcast https://hopeforhealingfoundation.org/lindas-corner-podcast/  View her book Crushed: https://hopeforhealingfoundation.com/crushed-a-journey-through-depression/  

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
BONUS: Gescom's This / That and Listener Emails

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 61:17


Enjoy this bonus episode breaking down every track from Gescom's 1998 remix EPs, This and That (1:09), plus a handful of great listener emails (39:52). Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod

Top Flight Time Machine
Hammers Meet Hipsters

Top Flight Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 40:06


The Abba comeback, a weird Bjork gig, and VR Brown John possibilities.Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
320: Learning By Doing – How Chelsey White Grew Her Online Community of Millions as a Solopreneur

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 49:36


Succeeding on different social media platforms, managing partnerships with brands, and shifting content strategies over time with Chelsey White from Chelsweets. ----- Welcome to episode 320 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Chelsey White from Chelsweets about how she's grown her various social media platforms and how her content strategy has evolved over time. Learning By Doing Today on the podcast, we're talking to the cake queen herself: Chelsey White from Chelsweets! While she originally started by just baking cakes for her coworkers, Chelsey has since built up a massive social media following sharing her elaborate cakes and baking creations online. With over 1.2 million followers on Instagram and 2 million followers on TikTok, she has established herself as one of the top names in the food space. In this episode, she shares how she started sharing content online, how she likes to approach sponsored content, and how she adapts her content for different social media platforms. It's a super fun, inspiring interview, and we hope you enjoy hearing Chelsey's story! In this episode, you'll learn: When Chelsey started sharing baking content online How her content strategy has evolved over time Why posting on her blog is her number one priority Which social media platforms she enjoys using the most Why she oftentimes likes waiting for brands to approach her first How to figure out your rates for sponsored content How she has created sponsored content for TV shows and movies How she maximizes her efficiency when creating content for different platforms What she would focus on if she had to start over again from scratch How she balances passion publishing with performance publishing How she manages her content calendar with Google Calendar Resources: Chelsweets Captive8 Canva Keysearch Follow Chelsey on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Bench with John and Lance
Texas A&M Athletic Director Ross Bjork Joins The Bench with John Granato and Lance Zierlein

The Bench with John and Lance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 15:19


Texas A&M Athletic Director Ross Bjork talks with John and Lance about plans for the SEC with Texas and OU joining and the future of Aggie Athletics.

Temporary Fandoms
Bjork Part 2: 2004- 2017

Temporary Fandoms

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 77:17


"I'd pay money to hear her fart down a Walkie-Talkie"So we find ourselves in the latter half of the solo work of Icelandic legend Björk. First of all we had major tech-issues with this one. Hopefully it's not too distracting and we promise never to do it again. Nick brings back his trademarked "Party Björk to Arty Björk" phrase to a much better reception. Ewan had real issues with "one of the most important pieces of music of the century". Emily loves an album no-one else did and Liam veers between love, admiration and disappointment. And we all mispronounce something at least once. In this episode we discuss these records: Medúlla (2004) Volta (2007) Biophillia (2011) Vulnicura (2015) Utopia (2017) NOTE: This was originally intended to be released much earlier in the season so we may reference that, Yes we are still amateurs!! As usual there's a Spotify playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs which you can find at https://sptfy.com/TFBJK3 (https://sptfy.com/TFBJK3) The Guests: Our guide for the records was Liam Moloney (@liamtmaloney), who has the rather excellent Dancing about Architecture pocast which you can find at https://beat.rehab/daacast ( https://beat.rehab/daacast) And he has a bandcamp full of Electronic magic over at https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/ (https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/) Emily Baldoni is a regular guest and it was a pleasure as always If you fancy supporting the show, either leave us a review somewhere on Apple or Podchaser which would help enormously. Or just tell your friends!! There is a Patreon as well https://www.patreon.com/tempfans (https://www.patreon.com/tempfans) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
GESCOM PT 2: Minidisc, ISS:SA, A1–D1, and Skull Snap

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 104:13


We're continuing our multi-part series on Autechre's mysterious side project, Gescom, with the groups last few releases: Minidisc (1:35), ISS:SA (33:39), A1–D1 (1:05:45), and Skull Snap (1:20:44). Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
319: From Attorney to Food Blogger - How Mike Johnson Grew His Popular Instagram Account into a Full-Time Business

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 55:13


The daily schedule of a full-time food blogger, how Mike Johnson generates revenue for his blog, and what it was like to change content strategies on Mike Bakes NYC. ----- Welcome to episode 319 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Mike Johnson from Mike Bakes NYC about how he managed to transition to full-time blogging after running his successful Instagram account. From Attorney to Food Blogger  We're so excited we had a chance to talk to Mike in today's episode! He has a super interesting story; he went from attorney to full-time blogger after running an incredibly successful New York City food-focused Instagram account. He's on the show today to talk about what the process of transitioning to full-time blogger looked like, as well as how he runs his business and creates revenue for himself. If you're curious about what a day in the life of a full-time blogger looks like, or you're interested in figuring out how to maximize your blog revenue, we know you'll find some helpful nuggets of inspiration in this interview! In this episode, you'll learn: How Mike transitioned from attorney to online content creator What it was like to work with restaurants in New York City How he shifted the content focus on his blog and on social media When he knew he could create an income from his blog and social channels How he's getting traffic to his blog How he shares his recipes on social media Why he's happier working for himself and how his background has helped with his sponsor negotiations What his full-time blogging schedule looks like What it's like working with an agency What roles Mike will hire for next What it's like using Airsubs to host cooking classes to his audience How authenticity contributed to his growth Resources: Mike Bakes NYC Broma Bakery Mike's cookbook, Even Better Brownies Mediavine Airsubs 308: Virtual Events – Earn an Income by Teaching Classes Online with Tomas Hoyos Smith and Saint EOS Follow Mike on Instagram, TikTok, and Pinterest Read Food Blogger Pro member stories! If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Studio 12
Aggie Town Hall w/Ross Bjork

Studio 12

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 33:33


Athletics Director Ross Bjork joins Andrew and Will for the latest edition of the Aggie Town Hall. Ross addresses conference expansion, NIL, vaccine numbers, baseball facilities and more as he takes questions from the 12th Man. To submit your question for future shows visit 12thman.com/askross.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
318: FBP Rewind – How Food Bloggers Can Make the Most Out of Q4

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 56:56


Maximizing your Q4 revenue, how to keep the Q4 momentum, and republishing content with Bjork Ostrom and Jenna Arend. ----- Welcome to episode 318 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we're rewinding back to a Q&A we held last year where Food Blogger Pro members asked Bjork and Pinch of Yum's General Manager, Jenna, questions about preparing for Q4. How Food Bloggers Can Make the Most Out of Q4 It's another FBP Rewind episode today, and we're so excited to revisit our October 2020 Q&A with Jenna Arend from the Pinch of Yum team! We hold these live Q&As every single month for our Food Blogger Pro members. Sometimes we focus on a specific topic (like this one), and other times it's an excuse to pick Bjork's brain on any blogging topic under the sun. It's so fun to connect, answer our members' toughest questions, and have an hour to intentionally work on getting a tiny bit better. And in this Q&A, we focused on all the ways that food bloggers can make the most out of Q4! Q4 is made up of the last three months of the year (October, November, and December), and it's a big deal for food bloggers. Not only are people hungry for recipes, but advertising spending also goes up during these three months, and sponsors are looking for bloggers and content creators who can create seasonal content. We hope that you enjoy this Q&A and that it leaves you feeling inspired and motivated as we get closer and closer to Q4. In this episode, you'll learn: What Jenna's role looks like on the Pinch of Yum team How the Pinch of Yum team is preparing for Q4 Tips for Q4 if your blog is new How to maximize affiliate earnings in Q4 Alternatives to the Amazon affiliate program How Q4 differs from Q1 and how to keep the momentum into the new year How to choose whether to create a new recipe or republish existing content What Pinch of Yum's current email strategy looks like Resources: Pinch of Yum October Coffee Date post on Pinch of Yum Republishing Content course

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast
August 2021 Album Anniversaries

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 65:01


This week we talk about some nice albums with birthdays, including work by Bjork, Danny Brown, Leprous, and Chelsea Wolfe. Albums of the Week: Scott: Depeche Mode—Some Great Reward JimJam: Bent Arcana—Bent Arcana

Temporary Fandoms
Bjork Part 2: 1993 - 2001

Temporary Fandoms

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 71:53


SHHHHH!Leaving the Sugarcubes behind we start looking at the proper solo work of Icelandic legend, Björk. Ewan over-labours a Radiohead analogy, Liam cries under a table, Nick definitely didn't get drunk watching the football, and we are joined by friend of the Facebook Group and man who prepared by watching all of the Björk live DVDs in order...Jeffrey McDonald. Oh, and we are all slightly shocked by how long it took One Little Independent to change their name. There was a huge tech issue in post-production and if you barely notice it then Ewan deserves a medal. In this episode we discuss these records: Debut (1993) Post (1995) Telegram (1996) Homogenic (1997) Vespertine (2001) NOTE: This was originally intended to be released much earlier in the season so we may reference that, Yes we are still amateurs!! DOUBLE NOTE: As mentioned we had a bunch of mess-ups post production but I think I have fixed it, As usual there's a Spotify playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs which you can find at https://sptfy.com/tfb2 (https://sptfy.com/tfb2) The Guests: Our guide for the records was Liam Moloney (@liamtmaloney), who has the rather excellent Dancing about Architecture pocast which you can find at https://beat.rehab/daacast ( https://beat.rehab/daacast) And he has a bandcamp full of Electronic magic over at https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/ (https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/) Jeffrey McDonald is a long-time contributor to our Facebook group and it was a pleasure to have him on If you fancy supporting the show, either leave us a review somewhere on Apple or Podchaser which would help enormously. Or just tell your friends!! There is a Patreon as well https://www.patreon.com/tempfans (https://www.patreon.com/tempfans) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast

Underemployed
50 - B(H)DE (feat. Miriam and Quinn)

Underemployed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 62:44


Despite the naysayers, doubters, and legal uncertainty, Underemployed has made it to 50 episodes! And Jack and David feel there's no better way to celebrate than by bringing back their first ever guests, Quinn and Miriam! The self-proclaimed lazy piece of shit and Spirit Airlines bitch bring the heat, discussing astrology and beer mixes, the Atlanta airport plane train, Governor Jim Justice's charm, COVID-19, their favorite sandwich cheeses, Miriam's move to New Hampshire, building a statue for David at Mary Washington, Quinn's summer in Alaska, Bjork's uber-sexuality, great Hugh Hefner tributes, DNA makeups, and of course, a return to what they would stick their hypothetical dicks into. Oh, and David tries to argue that Texas isn't a southern state. Furreals.

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
BONUS: Keynell (AE mixes) and Listener Emails

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 46:09


Enjoy this bonus episode about Autechre's Keynell remixes (1:14) and a bunch of great listener emails (17:39). Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
317: Optimizing for Growth - Developing Habits for Long-Term Success with Nisha Melvani

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 70:38


Creating content you're passionate about, choosing the right tools for success, and finding a work-life balance with Nisha Melvani from Cooking for Peanuts. ----- Welcome to episode 317 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Nisha Melvani from Cooking for Peanuts about her journey of growing her brand while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Optimizing for Growth Nisha is a Food Blogger Pro member, nutritionist, and registered dietitian, and she's here on the podcast today to talk about her journey growing her blog, Cooking for Peanuts! While she originally started just by sharing her vegan dinner recipes on Instagram, Nisha has evolved her brand by shifting some of her focus to her blog and upcoming cookbook. In this episode, she shares some of the mistakes she's made along the way, some tools that have been instrumental to her success, and some tips she has for finding a healthy work-life balance. In this episode, you'll learn: How she started sharing content on Instagram Why she adopted a vegan diet How she decided to only share vegan dinner recipes Why she ultimately decided to launch a blog Some mistakes she made when building her site What tools she used to optimize and grow her blog How she developed her unique video strategy How she balances her blog and personal life Why authenticity and patience are so important How to stay tuned for her upcoming cookbook Resources: Cooking for Peanuts Levels Glucose Monitor Forks Over Knives The Game Changers Feast Design Co. EOS EOS Accountability Chart BigScoots Tasty Recipes Yoast Video SEO for WordPress Tailwind Tasty Pins Nutrifox Clariti Best of Vegan - Cooking for Peanuts Preorder Nisha's book, Practically Vegan Follow Nisha on Instagram and Facebook Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Strange Brew - artist stories behind the greatest music ever recorded

John Altman – composer, music arranger, orchestrator talks about a selection of his musical highlights. We cover his time on the late 60s/early 70s music scene, work with The Rutles, Monty Python, Van Morrison, George Michael, Rod Stewart, Bjork and more. The post John Altman appeared first on The Strange Brew.

Are you Afraid of Are you Afraid of the Dark
Season Seven Episode Thirteen: The Night Nurse

Are you Afraid of Are you Afraid of the Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 64:48


The Gang is back and this time they finish the final season of the original run of Are you Afraid of the Dark by watching The Tale of the Night Nurse. Thank you for joining us for porn in the woods, polite graffiti, and baby snake. Thanks for listening to us talk about Fishing, poorly folded newspapers, and Train MAGIC. Thank you for meeting our friends "Bjork", The Fiddleman, and Hamburger Gloveman. It means so much to us that some of you get this, enjoy this, and choose to hang out with us for an hour or more a week. We adore you and feel so lucky to have built a little community out of nothing. Thank you for all the emails, letters, DMs you have sent. You have helped us out at very low points. A lot of you had kind words for us, right when we needed kind words the most. So hey Bud, from the bottom of our hearts, thanks for listening.   Episode Highlights: Get In, Cake Seance, and Tori knows two fruits.

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
316: Book Nook – Five Takeaways from Rich Dad Poor Dad with Bjork Ostrom

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 28:16


How to invest in yourself, how to make your money work for you, and other key takeaways from Rich Dad Poor Dad. ----- Welcome to episode 316 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we have another episode in our Book Nook series where Bjork identifies five different takeaways from the book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad.” Five Takeaways from Rich Dad Poor Dad This week on the podcast, we're sharing another episode in our new Book Nook series! In this series, Bjork reviews one of his favorite business books and outlines some key takeaways that you can apply to your blog or business. In this episode, we're focusing on “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” a powerful personal finance book that explains how you can make your money work for you. Bjork shares some of his main takeaways from the book and shares how bloggers and content creators can implement this advice to grow their own businesses. In this episode, you'll learn: Why it's important to invest in yourself What a personal board of directors is Why it's important to buy assets, not liabilities Why you should learn through experiences How you can have your money work for you Why mindset is so important Resources: Rich Dad Poor Dad Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Bridge
Music Monday with John & Heyang

The Bridge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 55:00


Heyang kicks off Music Monday with an Olympic theme, a duet from Liu Huan and Sarah Brightman, "The Power of the Dream" from Céline Dion, Björk performs "Oceania" and "One Moment in Time," from Whitney Houston. John sticks with the sounds of summers past, with "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" from John Denver, "I Want A New Drug" from Huey Lewis & The News, "Keep Pushing" from REO Speedwagon and wraps it up with "Summer Time" from The Jamies. The Bridge, bringing the world together, one song at a time.

Saturday Live
Ellie Taylor

Saturday Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 87:01


Ellie Taylor joins Nikki Bedi and Richard Coles. The comedian, writer and The Mash Report newsreader talks about her path to stand-up, real life inspiration, and ruining her life in the best way possible. Listener Tom Edwards has had a successful broadcasting career but he hit rock bottom and ended up homeless. He talks about his road to recovery, and how he was helped by a well-known comedian. Mevan Babakar's family fled Iraq in 1991 and she spent her childhood moving from country to country. She explains why she decided to track down the asylum centre worker who gifted her a bike when she was five. Andy Hamilton shares his Inheritance Tracks: It's Impossible by Perry Como and It Doesn't Matter Anymore sung by Buddy Holly. SK Shlomo can produce more noises from his mouth than the average orchestra. As a beatboxer, he's performed at Glastonbury Festival and has collaborated with musicians including Bjork. But behind the music Shlomo has struggled with mental health issues. My Child and Other Mistakes: How to Ruin Your Life in the Best Way Possible by Ellie Taylor is out now. Longhand by Andy Hamilton is out now. Shlomo's Beatbox Adventure For Kids is touring now until November throughout the UK. Producer: Claire Bartleet Editor: Richard Hooper

Temporary Fandoms
Bjork Part 1: The SugarCubes and Gling-Glo

Temporary Fandoms

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 70:32


I Said "OUCH!, That really hurt!"We are back with the beginning of a three-parter looking at the work of Iceland's biggest export, Björk. But before we move through her "proper" solo career we dive through her origin story. We briefly talk about her debut as an 11 year old prodigy, the three albums of Post-Punk Indie-Pop The Sugarcubes, and take a look at her oft-ignored album of Jazz classics Joining Nick and Ewan this episode are co-host of the excellent Dancing About Architecture podcast, lecturer, and electronic banger music machine Liam Moloney, as well as host of the Phillip Larkin pod Tiny in all that Air, Lyn Lockwood In this episode we discuss these records: Björk (1977) Life's Too Good - The SugarCubes (1988) Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! - The SugarCubes (1989) Stick Around For Joy (1992) Gling-Glo (1990) NOTE: This was originally intended to be released much earlier in the season so we may reference that, Yes we are still amateurs!! Also Ewan's mic plays up a bit in the latter half, I think I've fixed it up as best as i can! As usual there's a Spotify playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs which you can find at https://sptfy.com/tfb1sc (https://sptfy.com/tfb1sc) The Guests: Our guide for the records was Liam Moloney (@liamtmaloney), who has the rather excellent Dancing about Architecture pocast which you can find at https://beat.rehab/daacast ( https://beat.rehab/daacast) And he has a bandcamp full of Electronic magic over at https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/ (https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/) Lyn hosts the rather splendid Tiny in All That Air pod (@tiny_air) which looks at the life and work of Phillip Larkin and that can be found at https://anchor.fm/tinyinallthatair (https://anchor.fm/tinyinallthatair) If you fancy supporting the show, either leave us a review somewhere on Apple or Podchaser which would help enormously. Or just tell your friends!! There is a Patreon as well https://www.patreon.com/tempfans (https://www.patreon.com/tempfans) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
GESCOM PT 1: Gescom EP 1 & 2, The Sounds of Machines Our Parents Used, Key Nell, and Motor

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 109:33


We're starting our multi-part series on Autechre's mysterious side project, Gescom, with the group's first few releases: EP1 (1:33), EP2 (39:36), The Sounds of Machines Our Parents Used (46:19), Key Nell (1:06:12), and Motor (1:31:15). Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
315: Decolonizing the Food Industry — Sharing African Food, Breaking Down Stereotypes, and Combating Cultural Appropriation with Zoe Adjonyoh

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 56:16


How to combat food stereotypes, understand cultural appropriation, and support an African food revolution with Zoe Adjonyoh. ----- Welcome to episode 315 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Zoe Adjonyoh about her journey with Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, as well as her fight against the cultural appropriation of food. Decolonizing the Food Industry While Zoe Adjonyoh initially started out by just cooking Ghanaian food for her community, she quickly took on a larger role with her brand, Zoe's Ghana Kitchen. Through her blog, cookbook, supper clubs, and more, she has been actively working to foster an African Food Revolution and bring African food to the masses. And in recent years, she has shifted her focus from just pioneering West African food to decolonizing the food industry and helping people understand what cultural appropriation is. It's a really powerful interview that will make you consider your role as both a consumer and a content creator, and we hope you enjoy hearing more about Zoe's story. In this episode, you'll learn: How she started Zoe's Ghana Kitchen How her supper clubs worked How she worked to start an African food revolution How she shifted her focus to work on decolonizing the food industry What the difference is between cultural appropriation and appreciation How we have power as consumers to support the culture where food comes from Why activism is ingrained in her identity What she covers in her book, as well as what she has updated in this new edition Resources: Zoe's Ghana Kitchen Preorder Zoe's book here! 289: The Rise – How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected the Restaurant Industry and Celebrating Black Culture in American Food with Marcus Samuelsson Airbnb Experience — Chocolate Origins & Create with a Maker Diaspora Co. Burlap & Barrel Zoe's Ghana Kitchen playlist on Spotify Zoe's podcast, Cooking Up Consciousness Follow Zoe on Instagram and Facebook Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Poptarts
Poptarts Episode 113: Rock Critic Jessica Hopper!

Poptarts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 60:01


Jessica Hopper is one the most insightful rock critics working today. A long-time contributor to the Chicago Reader; she's been a columnist for The Village Voice, Chicago Tribune, and Punk Planet; the music consultant for This American Life; the editorial director for MTV News; and a senior editor at Pitchfork and Rookie. For over 20 years, she has consistently been covering women in music who women care deeply about through a feminist lens, from Liz Phair to M.I.A. to Janelle Monae to Hole to Bjork just to name a few. Her knowledge is deep, her opinions are surprising, and her writing style is fearless which is why so many music fans return to her work again and again. The extensively updated and expanded new edition of her career-spanning book, The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic came out July 6, and on BUST's latest Poptarts podcast, she explains what being “first” really means, how she helped wake the world up the crimes of R. Kelly, and the challenge of “making people care.”

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Jimbo Fisher, Ross Bjork & Mike Leach

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 42:08


Paul is LIVE at SEC media day. It's Day 3, and we have some breaking news. Texas & Oklahoma are inquiring about joining the SEC. Paul gets immediate reaction from Texas A&M's HC and AD, Jimbo Fisher & Ross Bjork, about this big news. He also talks with Mississippit State HC Mike Leach about the upcoming season and NIL.

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
314: Creative Food Photography — How Kimberly Espinel Teaches and Inspires Food Photographers

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 56:43


How to find your unique photography style, create content for your audience, and grow a successful business with Kimberly Espinel. ----- Welcome to episode 314 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Kimberly Espinel about how she has grown her business teaching food photographers how to find their unique style. Creative Food Photography When you're just starting out as a food blogger, it can be hard to find your personal style. You might find yourself emulating the style of other creatives and struggle to find a rhythm that works best for you. And that's where Kimberly comes in! Kimberly is an award-winning food photographer, blogger, teacher, and author who helps food photographers find their unique style. She talks about how she grew her business, how she is able to create content that serves her community, and why she thinks focusing on your mindset is so important when working as a creative. Her passion for her work shines through in this episode, and her story will leave you feeling inspired and motivated to continue creating meaningful content for your audience. In this episode, you'll learn: Why she launched her podcast Eat, Capture, Share Why she thinks creatives can be incredible businesspeople What prompted her to launch her food blog Why she decided to shift her content to food photography What ikigai means How she checks in on her business daily Why she loves positive self-talk Why focusing on your mindset is so important as a creative How she teaches students to find their unique photography style What a color story is How she reaches out to brands Why she thinks it's important to create photos that your ideal customer is looking for Why she loves creating online courses How her Instagram Food Photography challenge works Resources: Eat, Capture, Share Podcast Ikigai Kimberly's favorite planner Gabriel Cabrera Luisa Brimble Aran Goyoaga Kimberly's site Kimberly's online courses Kimberly's book — Creative Food Photography Instagram Food Photography challenge Follow Kimberly on Instagram and Pinterest Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

10 Bestest
#200 | Supplements, sex, and autotune.

10 Bestest

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 45:59


Please visit our website 10bestest.com for all of our show notes.If you're enjoying the show please leave us a review. It really helps us out.

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast
BONUS: The Artificial Intelligence Series and Listener Emails

GONKCAST: An Autechre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 51:46


Enjoy this bonus episode on all of the studio LPs in Warp's Artificial Intelligence series (including albums by Richard D. James, The Black Dog, B12, and more), as well as a bunch of great listener emails. Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter: @GonkcastPod Warp's Artificial Intelligence Video Album

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
313: Side Hustle Income - How Charli Prangley Doubled Her Side Hustle Income in One Year

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 53:56


How to make business branding decisions, what it means to be authentically vulnerable, and diversifying income with Charli Prangley. ----- Welcome to episode 313 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Charli Prangley about how she grows her business, builds her team, and does the work she loves. Side Hustle Income  Charli is the Creative Director at ConvertKit, but she also does a ton of work on her side hustle. So much so, she was actually able to double her side hustle income in just a year! This episode is jam-packed with advice for people who are trying to grow their businesses while working full-time jobs. Charli talks about how she views branding, how she hires help for the things she doesn't like to do, and how she has diversified her income. Charli's advice will be a great reminder of why it's important to really hone in on what you're actually trying to accomplish when you're creating content online and what it takes to get there. We hope you enjoy this episode! In this episode, you'll learn: What marketing design means Why she doesn't like pop-ups How to make decisions based on your branding Which of her platforms is her favorite How she doubled her side hustle income in a year How she works with a channel sponsor on YouTube Why Twitter is a great place to connect with people How she makes decisions about what she works on Why investing in help has been key for her business growth Tips for hiring email help How to work with designers on your blog's branding Common traits of successful brands How to be authentically vulnerable Resources: ConvertKit Charli's YouTube channel Design Life Podcast Inside Marketing Design Podcast The Future Belongs to Creators Podcast Charli's site Charli's Twitch channel Pinch of Yum Pallet Doubling My Side Hustle Earnings - 2020/21 Income Report Figma Webflow Folk 309: Create with Intention – $130,000 in the First Week by Creating Premium Offerings for Your Audience with Shawn Blanc 097: How to Create a Full-Time Income from Blogging Using The Egg Carton Method with Bjork Ostrom Black and White Studios Dianne Jacob About This Week's Sponsor We're excited to announce that this week's episode is sponsored by our sister site, Clariti! With Clariti, you can easily organize your blog content for maximum growth. Create campaigns to add alt text to your posts, fix broken images, remove any broken links, and more, all within the Clariti app. Sign up for the Clariti waitlist today to receive: Early access to their $25/Month Forever pricing Optimization ideas for your site content An invitation to join their exclusive Slack community And more! You can learn more and sign up here. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker
S3: Client 2 - When Clichés Were New w/Icelandic actor Einar Haraldsson

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 65:49


The Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker reach across the ocean to the tropical shores of Iceland for their guest, Icelandic actor Einar Haraldsson, who chooses not to help the client, When Clichés Were New. The discussion addressed Methlandia, more famous than Bjork, it's murdery today, Igor and everybody, Elton John, billy club lessons, colonizy, Icelandic Cop Witch movies, I Married Einar, find a map, John Wayne, tainting the bloodlines, Ron Jeremy, shooting up lava, ito ang beer, 22 Skidoo, Finnish board games, pancakes, gayface, idiot cat owners, happily ever after, flagellation and crucifixion clichés. For other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. They are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter - @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - www.uhive.com/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr - quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch them on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support

Talk Toomey
Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage, Times of Grace)

Talk Toomey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 58:25


The mighty Jesse Leach joins the Talk Toomey Podcast this week to discuss the latest Times of Grace release and more. "Songs of Loss and Separation" will be out on July 16th through their own imprint, Wicked Good Records. Jesse tells us what separates Times of Grace from Killswitch Engage. He dives into the audition process he went through to rejoin KSE. We talk about the significance of Howard and Jesse becoming friends and what that means for the fans of KSE. Jesse talks about his musical taste ranging from Minor Threat to Bjork and beyond. We also get into talking about some old man stuff like mowing the yard and bird watching.

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
311: Finding Your Why - Creating Intentional Content as a Creative Outlet with Katie Olsen

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 63:44


Blogging as a creative outlet, balancing a blog with a full-time job, and creating intentional content with Katie Olsen from Katiebird Bakes. ----- Welcome to episode 311 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Katie Olsen. Finding Your Why Katie is a full-time attorney and food blogger, and she's here on the podcast today to talk about her blogging journey and philosophy when it comes to sharing content online. She talks about how starting a blog is inherently vulnerable, why she likes balancing both her blog and her full-time job, and how she has shifted her content strategy over the years. As her blog Katiebird Bakes has grown over time, Katie has found a sense of purpose and enjoyment in blogging as a creative outlet, and you'll learn more about her mindset in this episode. In this episode, you'll learn: Why she initially felt nervous to launch her blog How she deals with negative comments on her blog Why she enjoys having both her blog and a full-time job Why she's really picky about the kind of content she posts online How to adjust to the ever-changing environment of social media How to not fall into the comparison trap as a content creator What kinds of recipes she shares on her blog Why it's so important to remember your ‘why' How leaning into her niche helped her find success What metrics she used to track her blog's growth along the way What philosophy she follows when planning future content Resources: Katiebird Bakes The Oatmeal - What it's like to make things for the web Jimmy Fallon explains the meaning of his life Mediavine Follow Katie on Instagram and Facebook Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
310: The Confident Pitch - How to Naturally Build Relationships with Brands with Candice Ward

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 53:40


Finding the right clients, strategies for creating a media kit, and making money from freelance food photography with Candice Ward. ----- Welcome to episode 310 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Candice Ward about pitching brands and monetizing food photography. The Confident Pitch Working with brands can be a great way to monetize a blog or food business, but the process of pitching brands and fostering a relationship with those brands can be a bit intimidating. Enter: Candice! She's on the podcast today to talk about working with clients, getting paid, and reaching a successful stage in her business in a short period of time. In this interview, Candice talks about how she pitches brands, monetizes her food photography skills, and finds the right brands to work with. In this episode, you'll learn: How she transitioned her business How she improved her food photography skills How she found her first client How to start collaborating with brands Her strategies for creating a media kit How she evaluates brands How much you can expect to make from freelance photography How she finds contacts How she hosts coaching calls Resources: Foodtography Eat More Cake by Candice HoneyBook Vimeo Folk Campfire –– note: this tool has merged into Basecamp 3 Secrets to Build a Sustainable Food Photography Business The Confident Pitch Program Follow Candice on Instagram If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
309: Create with Intention - $130,000 in the First Week by Creating Premium Offerings for Your Audience with Shawn Blanc

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 58:40


Charging for content, creating an online course, and going from indie blogger to multi-business owner with Shawn Blanc. ----- Welcome to episode 309 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Shawn Blanc about the way he produces products for his audience. Create with Intention  Today we're talking to Shawn Blanc about his story of going from indie blogger to successful entrepreneur. He'll talk about productivity, starting new things, serving your audience, and how to build a strong company without sacrificing every hour to your work. His business ideas are very much aligned towards helping his audience get the best possible outcome, and his story will leave you feeling inspired and motivated to continue creating and serving your readers. In this episode, you'll learn: How Shawn started working as an indie blogger How he started blogging full-time How he incorporated a membership into his blog What “thump value” means How he made money with his blog How and why he built more sites How his earnings changed when he hired more people How he decided to create an online course What it was like to start working with a team His #1 productivity tip Resources: Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook John Gruber Shawn's site Substack Patreon Ghost Barrett Brooks Think Again Delight is in the Details Shawn's other projects Things 165: Getting Things Done with David Allen 305: Non-Traditional Success – Optimizing for Happiness with Jason Glaspey Soul Savvy The Focus Course Check out the Food Blogger Pro YouTube channel (and subscribe while you're there!) If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership