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Overpriced JPEGs
NFT's In Blur's Blender + Interview with $TURBO's Rhett Mankind l Overpriced JPEGs #160

Overpriced JPEGs

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 81:22


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Edge of NFT Podcast
Outer Edge Space - Doodles 2 Stoodio Beta - Exclusive Doodles Team Interview

Edge of NFT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 55:12


Welcome to the Edge of NFT podcast! Today we bring you a Twitter Spaces recording from our Outer Edge LA Twitter account, where we are excited to talk about the latest development in the world of Web3 and blockchain technology.Joining us on the spaces was team Doodles, the popular blockchain-based collectibles platform, which is unveiling the new Stoodio experience, which is open to all Doodle holders. The Stoodio serves as an entry point to their digital ecosystem and a place with added benefits for Doodle holders. It's the headquarters for the Doodles experience and collector journey, hosting your profile, their rewards program, access to marketplaces, and the long-awaited Doodles 2 Character Builder.In this episode, we'll dive into the beta version of The Stoodio, where you'll find the highly-anticipated Character Builder, which allows you to create the Doodle of your dreams using Doodles 2 collectibles. To start, use your Beta Pass to mint a Doodle. You can browse Wearables that you already own or explore others in the marketplace. Purchase additional packs, dress up your avatar, and truly own your digital identity across shareable profiles. Whenever you make changes to your Doodle or the wearables that are equipped, it saves to chain.We'll also explore the exciting news that Doodles is onboarding the biggest brands and voices in their world through Doodles 2 Collectibles and the power of the blockchain, starting with Pharrell, Adidas, Humanrace, BBC, and Ice Cream. Doodles 2 is your ticket to an elevated level of experiences, collectibles, and identity through exclusive brand and artist partnerships.Furthermore, we'll discuss the mechanics of the Pharrell Pack and Stoodio details. The Pharrell Pack is a collection of wearables and redeemables curated by Pharrell, containing three digital wearables, one redeemable, and one beta pass. 48 of the 300 packs will contain a grail redeemable and matching grail wearable. 252 packs will contain the colored (non-green) sambas as redeemable and exclusive level wearables otherwise. 12 lucky Doodles will receive a redeemable for the extremely limited, Pharrell 50th birthday edition green Sambas.We hope you enjoy this episode and are as excited as we are about the new Stoodio experience and the future of Doodles. Stay tuned for more exciting developments in the world of Web3 and blockchain technology.

The DA Show
Piggy Doodles: Yankees in a funk

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 44:19


HOUR 3: Is it sad Cashman is preaching patience? Mraz fries up another Canadian Bacon. Bogusch is Stunned To A News. Are the Angels too sensitive?

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
Gabriele Ottino | The CEO of Doodle Shares About the Toughest Part of Being in Charge

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 44:30


Clay Clark Testimonials | "Clay Clark Has Helped Us to Grow from 2 Locations to Now 6 Locations. Clay Has Done a Great Job Helping Us to Navigate Anything That Has to Do with Running the Business, Building the System, the Workflows, to Buy Property." - Charles Colaw (Learn More Charles Colaw and Colaw Fitness Today HERE: www.ColawFitness.com) See the Thousands of Success Stories and Millionaires That Clay Clark Has Coached to Success HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/ Learn More About Attending the Highest Rated and Most Reviewed Business Workshops On the Planet Hosted by Clay Clark In Tulsa, Oklahoma HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/business-conferences/ Download A Millionaire's Guide to Become Sustainably Rich: A Step-by-Step Guide to Become a Successful Money-Generating and Time-Freedom Creating Business HERE: www.ThrivetimeShow.com/Millionaire See Thousands of Actual Client Success Stories from Real Clay Clark Clients Today HERE: https://www.thrivetimeshow.com/testimonials/

Keys For Kids Ministries

Bible Reading: Lamentations 3:22-23; 1 John 1:7-9Olivia stared around her new bedroom in dismay. Not only were the moving boxes from their old house scattered and stacked messily around the room, but the walls were also covered in pencil drawings from the previous owner's children. Doodles, words, and plain old scribbles adorned the white walls all around her new room.Mom always told her, "If you want something, work hard for it!" So Olivia found a washcloth in one of the moving boxes, soaked it with water, and set to work on her walls. If she worked hard, she could have it clean by supper!After what felt like hours of vigorous scrubbing, Olivia sat back to examine her work. It was too much. "Mom!" she called out in frustration.Mom poked her head in. "Olivia, did you call me? And do you want tacos or hamburgers for dinner? Dad's picking it up." "Mom," Olivia said in exhaustion, "I've been scrubbing this wall as hard as I can! And I only got a tiny bit of the pencil off. It's too much work!"Mom came in and sat down on the floor beside Olivia to give her a hug. "Oh, you worked so hard! But Olivia, we're going to paint over these walls. We're going to the hardware store next week to pick out a new color for your walls, and we'll cover up all those pencil markings.""Thank goodness." Olivia sighed in relief. "There's no way I could get it all off!"Mom looked thoughtful. "Liv, that's just like what Jesus does for us. We come to Him with all kinds of sin, and He doesn't tell us we have to scrub it all off. Instead, He removes our sin and covers us with His righteousness!""I don't think I could get rid of my sin on my own," Olivia admitted, thinking about all the work she'd put into scrubbing her walls. "Nobody could," Mom said. "But Jesus gives us a fresh start every day. Even when we sin and go against God, He wants to forgive us and help us start over.""That would be like getting a new coat of paint every day!" Olivia laughed. "Yes, please! Oh, and tacos would be great." She grinned at her mom and started unpacking her boxes. -Sydney AppersonHow About You?Are you trying to scrub away the sin in your life? Trying to get rid of your sins by yourself can be exhausting, and it won't work anyway. You can't clean away the wrong things you've done, but Jesus can. He wants to give you a fresh start. Because of His death on the cross and His resurrection, those who trust in Him are covered in His righteousness, or goodness, and He offers us forgiveness whenever we sin. He renews us with new strength every day. Today's Key Verse:In him [Jesus] We have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God's grace. (NIV) (Ephesians 1:7)Today's Key Thought:Jesus renews us every day

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Floorcast - The NFT Podcast
Ep. 69: The Pawn Shop Inside the Casino

Floorcast - The NFT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2023 41:38


Discussed in this Episode: - Blur launches Blend - Lending NFTs & the liquidity problem - Where can Blur⁠ pivot to from here? - Doodles unveil studio experience to holders! - How will Doodles look to onboard users in the future? - Moonbirds nesting issues... - Where will Moonbirds⁠ go from here? - Marvel founder goes Web3 - Yuga Labs hires EVP of development at Epic Games A podcast by the Floor NFT App community, giving you the alpha on a regular basis. Featuring: - ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Chris Maddern⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Founder of ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Floor NFTs⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ App - ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Pet Berisha⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Award-winning podcast creator - ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Corwin⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Community @ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Floor⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ - ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Curtis Cummings⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Developer @ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Floor⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ - ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Chris K⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Co-Founder @ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠MadeWithMason⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Great advice. Not financial advice. Follow us on twitter @TheFloorcast Artwork by Patrick Lewis.

Sketchnote Army Podcast
Ty Hatch loves the joy of creating random doodles - S13/E07

Sketchnote Army Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 45:14


In this episode, Ty Hatch, who started sketchnoting as a practice to pay attention and stay awake shares why he still loves the art and his work on creating headshot illustrations and creating sketchnotes for meetings and conferences.Sponsored by ConceptsThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Android.Concepts' vector-based drawing feature gives you the power to adjust your drawings — any time you like. You can nudge the curve of a line, swap out one brush for another, or change stroke thickness and color at any stage of your drawing — saving hours and hours of rework.Vectors provide clean, crisp, high-resolution output for your sketchnotes at any size you need — large or small. Never worry about fuzzy sketchnotes again.Concepts is a powerful, flexible tool that's ideal for sketchnoting.SEARCH “Concepts” in your favorite app store to give it a try.Running OrderIntroWelcomeWho is Ty Hatch?Origin StoryTy's current workSponsor: ConceptsTipsToolsWhere to find TyOutroLinksAmazon affiliate links support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.Ty's websiteTy on TwitterTy on InstagramTy on LinkedInTy on MastodonTy on PinterestTy on Artist Trading CardsTy On DribbleUX Week 2008 SketchnotesInktoberTy's Son's Pokémon DrawingsToolsAmazon affiliate links support the Sketchnote Army Podcast. Mechanical pencilBallpoint Rotring 600 pencilKaweco fountain penPost-It-NotesGlobal Art Materials SketchbookMoleskine Art sketchbookSketchnote Idea bookPaper by WeTransferiPad ProApple pencilProcreate Adobe FrescoTipsEverybody is creative in their own way, and that's okay.Enjoy what you do. You can like a range of different things, and that's okay.Set boundaries for the things that are really important to you, in your life that are not work-related. Set those boundaries, talk about them, and live your life in a way that reflects your priorities. CreditsProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerShownotes and transcripts: Esther OdoroSubscribe to the Sketchnote Army PodcastYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube or your favorite podcast listening source.Support the PodcastTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde's bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!Episode TranscriptMike Rohde: Hey everyone, this is Mike, and I'm here with Ty Hatch. Ty, welcome to the show. It's so good to have you.Ty Hatch: Thanks, Mike. It's great to be here.MR: Ty, we've known each other for years and years. We were talking about when we thought we connected, you had a pretty pinpoint accurate time-point.TH: Yeah. It's funny. Back in 2008, I went to a UX Week, which was a conference put on by, for those that remember Adaptive Path, I think they got purchased and became the in-house UX department for Capital One a few years ago. I was there and I was like, "I need to pay attention." Did some sketch notes, or just did notes, I wasn't thinking about it. Got an email from you after I posted them up on the OG photo-sharing Flickr, and you're like, "Hey, can I put these into my Sketch Note Army?" And so, we just stayed in touch throughout the years since then, so.MR: Yep. Well, that leads right into telling us a little bit about who you are and what you do.TH: You bet. I am a UX manager for O.C. Tanner, which is an employee recognition company. I help create the space for employee recognition. I Work with a team. I have three people on my team. We're part of a larger experience group, and we focus on how can people feel appreciated at work by the employers. It's a really fun thing to do. I also, as you know, do sketch notes at times and random doodles and whatnot when the time allows. That's me. I enjoy UX design. It's a fun problem space to be in.MR: Well, I can relate to that as a UX principle, UX designer. I find it fascinating as well. I focus on software, but there are tons of opportunities to make things better, always, seems like. It's good to hear you're focusing on that, and that's such a critical space, especially now with all the challenges of hiring people and maintaining employees, and having them not leave by recognition. Huge, huge opportunities there, I would think.TH: Yeah. It's huge. You, like me, it's hard to feel sometimes like you're moving the needle and you're making a difference for people. One of the things that really gets me going is knowing that the work that I'm doing is actually helping people feel that appreciation, that they get that recognition from not only their peers, but from their leaders and whatnot.MR: Yep. Super important. It's something that often goes under the radar and managers might not think much about it, but is so critical. Often it doesn't cost you much other than time and a little bit of thoughtfulness. So, that's really cool. I would love to hear a little bit more about how you ended up in the space where you are both professionally, but also as a sketchnoter. Had you always drawn since you were a little kid? What's been your history? Let's start from when you're just a little guy.TH: I spent a lot of time outdoors growing up. I grew up in Southern Idaho and southeastern Washington. Miles outside of my small town. There wasn't much to do there. We were too far out to get TV reception. We often joked we got matching ants on our TV screen because this was back in the days before cable. We had terrible TV reception on our black and white TV. We did have indoor plumbing, and electricity, so that was always good.My brother and I, we would leave the house, go out in the backyard. We didn't have neighbors at the time, and so, we would just go out sometime after breakfast and typically we'd come back around dinnertime 'cause we were hungry. We would always have some sort of adventure and whatnot. I think at some point, a friend of ours introduced us to Dungeons and Dragons and I became a really big fantasy nut.This was the early days of D&D. I used to have a first edition, Monster Manual and Player CanBall and DMS Guide and all that. We colored them, I coloring books 'cause they were all just black and white illustrations. I loved it. Got into reading books and whatnot. Wanted to play football, but didn't seem to get enough interest for college people. We were in a small town, nobody really knows what's going on with a small town.I served a mission for my church for a couple years and then returned home. I was visiting my grandparent's house, and this is probably my favorite story about what got me into what I do today is there was this really awesome a couple of these burly looking pirates on it. I was like, "Well, this is cool, visual stimuli to get someone board at grandma and grandpa's house, right? It said the white family, I said, "Oh, that's a Piratey name."I was like, "Oh, let's read about these pirates." It wasn't pirates. It was a story about the artistic legacy of NC Wyatt and his son Andrew, and his grandson Jamie. I just got hooked and in fact, I have a self-portrait from that issue that I took out of the magazine. I think I found a couple copies over the years. But there was a really little self-portrait that he did that I have hanging on my wall.There was some painters tape. And I was like, "Oh, you get paid doing art? What? Completely radical concept for me. I'd always loved comic books. My brother and I collected comics over the years. I figured, I was like, "Oh, what can I do with art?" I started exploring the different art-related careers and I stumbled upon graphic design because as I learned about illustration as a career, I was like, "That's really competitive. I don't know that I'm good enough to compete there, but I can definitely think visually and solve problems." So, I tended toward that.That was about the time I was a junior at state school in Washington State where I'd met my wife and I applied for an art school in Portland and I'm like, "There's no way they'll let me in." But surprisingly, they did. I finished a BFA in graphic design. My senior capstone project there at the time was a website, this is what? 1998 I wanna say. Right about the time my oldest was born. And my senior project was an informational website on typography, which is still out there.I did a really quick redesign of it the next year 'cause it was a hideous thing when I got looking at it in reality. But it's still fitting there, 20-some-odd years later. It was an informational website about typography. Cause actually, I fell in love with typography in school. That's one of the things I absolutely loved. I was like, "Oh, could I make money doing typography?" I was like, "No, I can't." Type is another one of those professions, it's a very niche specialty.MR: Yeah. You can do it, but you have to really work at it.TH: Yeah. But I love design. I love the visual solving of problems and communicating clearly with design. For several years, I did that and slowly over time morphed into more of an interaction UX designer. Just as the industry changed, I'm like, "This is a good thing. This can provide for me and my family and I enjoy doing it." You slowly over the years gravitated into technology and doing UX.That was the thing that got me where I'm at. Particularly doing sketchnotes, like the sketch note that I did at UX Week was the first time that I actually shared anything that I'd done like that. I would do 'em in my sketchbooks 'cause it helped me process what was being communicated, presentations that I would go to.I really took off though, I wanna say about 2014, 2015 when I got my first iPad. There's this little app that was really cool. I'm like, "This is cool." I was trying to use it with my finger, but the company that made the app, which is Paper. The company at the time was called, FiftyThree.MR: FiftyThree. Yep.TH: I think I got one of their styluses, which looked like a carpenter's pencil. I was like, "This is cool." But I didn't like the drag of the rubber on it, but it made my finger drawings not as crappy. I'd used that stylus. I tried to play around with it a bit more. Then Apple introduced the pencil and it was a game changer for me.I've dabbled a bit with other applications, but the Paper is still my go-to when it comes to sketchiness because of how it works. I still maintain sketchbooks. I have one now. It's more random skulls and patterns and headshots. Like you see I participate in October each year, which is a drawing challenge. If you go over into my Instagram, you'll see that I have a few. I think I actually made it through all 31 days this year.MR: You did.TH: Which is like maybe the second or third time that I've done it. I've completed Inktober. But that's just fun. It's a good challenge to just do random headshots. I enjoy the personalities that come out of those headshots. That's a bit of how I got into it, what I've been doing.MR: Wow. And now, do you still do sketchnoting from time to time?TH: I do. I haven't had as much with the pandemic. Right before the pandemic, I was actually doing a fair amount of it. I was getting contacted by conferences to help with that. I did a Mind the Product conference and did a plural site live as well. They were a lot of fun. Did the thing with—what I like about—my particular process with sketchnotes is I prefer being in person at any one event 'cause processing that real-time is the thing that I did. I've tried to do it with different random, YouTube presentations and stuff like that, but I don't get quite the energy and the vibe off of a live event.MR: Interesting. When I look at your style, I see you have a very unique ink style, I dunno how to describe it, but it looks like you're using a brush pen or something. There is some single-line work, right, but there's some that looks like it's kind of thick and thin. What is the tool that you're using to achieve that? I assume you're still on Paper, right?TH: Yeah. Looking at the ink over stuff, I typically, I'll pencil it out, I'll sketch out in pencil and then I just use fine liners. I use a fine linear and then like a 0.8. Sometimes I'll go in with the smaller one. One little tool that I saw, a Kaweco.MR: Oh, yeah.TH: I was like, I put it in my cart and it's really hard to justify that experience. Not a cheap thing, hey. But it got low enough and I'm like, okay, it was my birthday. And I was like, I told my wife, "I'm gonna splurge and get this." And like, okay. I love it. I haven't done much drawing with it. I got an extra broad nib and it's a little too thick for me. My pen addiction, my writing instrument addiction is breathing and well, and I collect art supplies when I'm trying to figure out something I wanna do. I ordered a broad nib off of Jet pens, which is not a good site if you like ready instruments. It's not good for your wallet. It's a great size.MR: Great site, and yeah, you spend a lot of money there pretty easily.TH: Oh yeah.MR: Paper now is owned by, WeTransfer the file transfer company, and still is maintained and has had some updates. Like you, I use Procreate for illustration work, but if I'm doing sketch notes, I go right to Paper. At this point, it feels really natural, the tools, I'm very aware of them. When you do sketchnoting in Paper, what are the tools that you like to use there? I'm just curious about that. Looking at, just have one of your samples up here on my screen. Looks like you're—TH: I have an iPad Pro that I use with an Apple pencil. Typically, when I do it, I'll—what I love about Paper is the intuitiveness of the tools. They have a paintbrush, they have a ink pen or fountain pen. They have a couple different types of markers and a pencil. Typically, I like to do a little sketch of the presenter. And so, if you look at it, you'll see that most frequently. Then notes around the topics they're talking about.Often, I'll get the sketch of the presenter. I do that in the quiet moments of their presentation. I'll either use the ink pen, the fountain pen version, a medium nib. It's relatively inexpensive to pay for the pro version for Procreate or for the Paper.MR: Right. It's $12 a year, I think.TH: Yeah. I'm more than happy to pay that 'cause it's given me a lot of opportunities. The thing that I love is the color mixing. They've nailed color mixing like nobody else has, and I think it's one of the best things that they've done in software. I'll use that or I'll use a one the fine liner to do the block letters and whatnot.Every now and then, I have little people pop up that are just a head body and arms, legs to sometimes self-characters and concepts that the designers are doing. Because the thing that I found really interesting with sketch notes is that it's that real-time synthesizing of the concepts that they're presenting that I get the most out of 'em. Largely, it started as a selfish practice to pay attention and stay awake, but I found that I still love doing that because it really helps me to get something outta these presentations as well. But yeah, Paper is hands down the most intuitive tool, I think, for just sketching out in general. I love it.MR: I agree. Well, we're talking a little bit about Sketchnoting specifically. We've done who you are and what you do. We got your story of your origin. Tell us a little bit about something you're working on now, whether it's work or personal that you're excited about that you can share with us.TH: Well, let's see. One of the things I'm really excited about, I have no clue how to do it, is I want to try and figure out how I can work a little bit more in conversational device. Conversational device seem to be taken a lot. There's the ChatGPT bot that everybody's talking about. All these AI-based tools, which have their place, I think. But how can I build a conversational way to present my work or to present myself?I've done some really terrible things. Experiments that will never see the light of day. One of the things I love about design is that's experimentation is part of trying to figure out a solution. You and I both know as designers, it's like, you can't really come up with a good solution unless you know what the problem is. And so, trying to figure that out from my perspective, like, okay, how can I make something like this happen and in a way that I can somehow manage, right?I will fully admit to being an old school. It's like my personal psych is there. I think I got a redesign out last year that I'm really happy with. That was the seven-year cycle of refreshing a personal site. It seems like seven to eight years is about the time it takes for me to get around to saying, "I should probably redesign my personal site." And actually, finding the time to do it.I want to, being able to maintain that in a way because with all the different social media things, it's really hard to improvise where your content is in a good way. 'Cause if you post on social media, you don't have a real centralized location for any of the content that you can put out. You have to say, "I'm gonna focus on this platform."That's really the dangerous thing, I think. How do you position yourself not only as a working professional, a design professional like we're as an artist you know, and give yourself a home where people know, "Oh, if I go here, I'll be able to find and go look at all the other things."'Cause as much as I love social media and Instagram, I'm tired of seeing an ad every third post in Instagram as I scroll through my feed. Then you have other social media services that kinda self-destruct. I want to have a good centralized location, and I haven't been able to get that fully done yet.'Cause as much as everybody loves WordPress and it powers so many sites, you have to really want to put in that time and effort to make WordPress work. There's other platforms and stuff too, but it's like, how can you make your content your own and have it in a place that everybody can know, "Okay, if I go here, I'll find their stuff." I'm trying to figure that out for myself.MR: That's something that challenged me as well. Years ago, I decided to go to Squarespace just because I could build what I wanted and not think too much about it, and constrained me a lot. Paper does provide, and it's grown to meet my needs over time. That's been really good to secure as well. I had an instance where I ran websites on WordPress and didn't update, and someone was running a legal pharmaceutical site buried in my website, and I was like, "All right. Not doing that anymore."I was out on WordPress self-hosting and switched to Squarespace, and it's been a good experience. But yeah, I felt the same way you talk about, you know, scrolling through Instagram, it feels like more and more of its ads and less and less of its actual content. I have to really fight through the ads to actually get to my friends for interesting things, and that's frustrating. Someone's going to hopefully solve that problem soon.TH: There's a lot of different platforms out there, you know, Mastodon is taking off, but it's like, in my mind, it's a little too complex for the normal person. Just about everything, you have to feed the algorithm. You have to continually be putting stuff out there to maintain any audience. People have lives outside of posting on social media.One thing I think in general that people don't think about too much is I have a life that is very important to me with my family, and it's like, I'm not gonna be posting all the time for these different platforms. It's great. I love doing it, but it's like, that's not my primary, one of my key focuses.MR: That's the question everybody has to ask, right, to what am I gonna feed this thing? What are its expectations of me? 'Cause sometimes you come to realize that these platforms have expectations for what they want you to do that doesn't align with what you wanna do. You have to make that decision because you only get so much time. It keeps going away. That's really fascinating. Well, I hope that redesigning your website goes well. I know what that feels like. I haven't done it for a while, so I know what a challenge it is.TH: I appreciate that. One thing I'm really interested in trying out, and maybe I'll be doing it a little bit this week a bit if I can, is AWS has this thing called Amplify Studio where they've pre-built some components and whatnot, in React powered by a Figma template. And so, you change your components in the Figma template, connect your account, and you should be able to launch out some app or whatever.I have the template, it's been taunting and mocking me for several months since I discovered it. An inanimate software can't do that. AI might be able to do that, but inanimate software doesn't necessarily do that as you're constant saying, "Hey, you got this, are you gonna do something at some point?"MR: For those who don't know, Figma is a design tool, vector-based design tool where many designers build often their prototypes and their mockups with. What Ty's talking about is he would build a mockup of his site and then use React, which is kind of a backend technology, I think is a fair way to describe it populated by—TH: It's a JavaScript framework—MR: Framework, that's the word I was looking for.TH: Yeah. Just help build out components. AWS is Amazon Web Services, which is the—basically simple way of looking at it is they provide a lot of the Cloud hosting services for a lot of providers. When your services aren't working, there might be an AWS outage somewhere causing some of that stuff. When the internet services go down, sometimes there's outage with some of these cloud providers—MR: Well later in the show, we'll definitely have a link to your website. Maybe by the time this episode launches, you'll have a new site up there that people can look at.TH: It gives me a goal to work on.MR: There you go. There you go. Let's take a little shift now and talk about tools. We've hinted at some, you talked about Paper by WeTransfer as a digital tool. Let's jump back into analog, and more specifically, are there brands of pens that you like, brands of paper, notebooks, pencils, so that people who are listening can dig them up and maybe experiment a little bit?TH: Absolutely. Right now, if I look at my desk, I have a mechanical pencil, and I'll send you some links so you can put these in show notes. It's a mechanical pencil, 0.51 with a metal coral is by Uni. The nice thing is, when you have a metal pencil, you'll often have this little nib that kinda gets bent and breaks. But what's nice about this pencil is that it retracts. It's fairly affordable. I think it's like maybe about 15 bucks. It's not a polymer is on the back of it.I also love fine liners. I've gotten the rounds with a whole bunch, I have some, Copics. The current one that I'm using is a Uni pen fine liner. I've found that I really like these really good waterproof so I can lay down watercolor washes or alcohol on so on. I got this one earlier this year. We did a team offsite. We got a rotating 600.MR: Those beautiful pens.TH: It was a Ballpoint. I'm not such a huge fan of ballpoint pens. But I discovered that Kaweco makes a gel pin insert refill, and so, I got a Kaweco gel pen insert in there. Then have a Kaweco fountain little porch fountain pen. The thing that amazes me-- yeah, it's tinier than I thought it was, but the thing I love about it is that the ink just flows and it's beautiful. It's really great.As far as what do I draw on, in the day, it's often post notes, making lists, and whatnot. I have sketchbooks. Right now, I'm using one. I've been experimenting a little bit with what I want to use for sketchbooks and stuff. This one's by a company, Global Art materials. It's just a generic kinda sketchbook.For years and years, I've used Moleskin's Art sketchbooks, which are great. I love that size. I got a eight by eight, or seven and a half by seven and a half watercolor sketchbook. I found that that was a little too precious. I was like, "Oh, I gotta do art in this stuff." I got the Kickstarter for "The Sketchnote Idea Book."MR: Thank you.TH: I love it, Mike. It's fantastic. The pages are bright white, which I absolutely love and they held all sorts of things. I got some watercolor in my old one. I have one somewhere, an Emergency Kit in case I have to go somewhere. I have another one somewhere that I'm like, lemme experiment with this stuff, and then maybe I'll get back to the Idea book. I found that that notebook that you guys put together was really one of my favorites in recent years.MR: Great.TH: The quality of the paper and the whiteness and the thickness made it really, really flexible. The only thing for me is maybe it was a hair too big, a little too wide. I like a little bit smaller, but I absolutely love the paper quality you guys did on that. Then like sketch notes or not sketch notes, but on the Ink Tobra drawings, I found a five by seven Strathmore 400 pad of paper that's really thick that I absolutely love.All of the years, and 2021s, I only did like 16 of them. I have all those originals hanging out on a piece of paper somewhere. One my goals with my personal site is to be able to set up a way to sell some of these 'cause that's fun or good if this is just sitting and collecting dust in your house. If you do it, I think that one of the real choices of making art is sharing it with people and helping them appreciate it. One of the things I wanna get going as well.MR: That sounds good. As far as digital, you talked about, of course, Paper. We got into that a little bit already. Are there any other tools that you like to play with? Or is that your go-to for pretty much everything?TH: I do have Procreate on my iPad. My kids use it a lot more than I do. One thing I found is I don't like the glossy slide of the Apple pencil on just a make a screen so I have a textured screen protector on it to give it that textural fill of paper. I found that that makes a huge difference for making marks on iPad. That's really it. I've toyed with, Adobe Fresco, Concepts app. There's one that the Icon Factory does, I can't remember it's Ben's go-to tool.MR: I think Ben Crothers likes that—Ben Norris likes that one.TH: Norris, yeah. I dabbled that a little bit. What I like about Paper is the ability to go from pencil to ink to watercolor. The brush that they have in Paper is fantastic. How you can lay your color, make it deeper and rich if you want.I haven't been able to get Procreate to do that. Procreate's a fantastic tool. I love it. But for Sketch notes, to me, it feels like it's a little too powerful. What I love about Paper is Paper's really good at just capturing your flow of thinking, whereas you have to be a lot more deliberate in your usage of Procreate. Although, if you're a Concept artist or somebody that's doing stuff like that, then absolutely that's a great place.My son does a lot of—he loves Pokemon, he loves Mario. He's been doing it. He's gonna be turning 25 this next year. And I'm like, "Dude, you could do commissions of people's Pokemon on teams." He does this fantastic stuff. I'll send you a link to his Pokemon stuff. He'll do characters and whatnot. He's drawn so many Mario things. He's drawn hundreds of Pokemon and he gets them scaled. I just absolutely love looking at his stuff. I'm like, "Dude, you could probably do something with this. "But he's like, "Yeah, I know Dad, but I do this for fun." Which is great.MR: That sounds like a great variety of tools. You had quite a span. Some that I hadn't thought about, especially the Kaweco. I think it was the Kaweco insert that goes into the Rotring, I think you talked about. 'Cause I'm not a ballpoint fan either. There's a Schaffer insert that I use in my Retro 51s that I really like too. Probably a similar insert, I suppose.TH: I really like the Kaweco one. There's another one that seems to get pretty good reviews that I've seen on, I wanna call it Otto.MR: Oh yeah. Otto. I've had otto. Yeah, those are great. That's Japanese, I think.TH: Mark-making on a budget is a big deal for me. It's not necessarily the tools that make the person, it's what you do with the tools that you have. I think having a widely available set of tools is really important, but also making sure that they're budget-friendly, right?MR: Mm-hmm.TH: Is an important thing too.MR: Yep. I totally agree. Let's make one last shift into tips. The way I frame this is to imagine someone's listening. Maybe they're kind of at a plateau, or they just need some inspiration, little inspiration, little boost. What'd be three tips you would give that person to encourage them in their sketchnoting or visual thinking or just thinking, doing visual work experience.TH: The first tip, and I think this is a pretty important one. I've had a lot of people, when they find out I'm a designer, they throw, "Oh, I'm not artistic." And to me, it's not about being artistic. It's about being creative. I like to tell people everyone's creative in their own way. How you express your creativity is going to be different than how I express my creativity.My creativity comes out in the form of sketch notes and these random headshot illustrations that I do. Your creativity may be that you are a fantastic accountant and you can come up with really great ways to make things better and more efficient. Other people may just be fantastic books or bakers. Everybody expresses their creativity differently.It's not about being artistic, it's about expressing yourself in the work that you do. I think it's perfectly okay to admire for somebody's work and say, "Oh, that's fantastic," and be a fan of it, but also not beat yourself up like, "Oh, I'm not that good at because I can't draw like my sorority and illustrate all these school books." I can draw my own thing and I can be happy with it. And so, I think my first one would be, everybody is creative in their own way, and that's okay.With that, it goes to what I would say is my second tip is enjoy what you do. That it's really hard, I think, especially today for people to feel like, oh, I can enjoy this. I think you need to give yourself permission to enjoy those things that you find pleasing. There's so many things out there today, it's easy to get overwhelmed with them.I think it's okay to be nerdy and geeky or really into sports or, you can like a range of different things. If my kids were tell you what I like, they'd rattle off a list of dozens of things 'cause I don't think it's good to limit yourself to liking just one thing. You can like a range of different things, and that's okay. That would be my second one.The third one is, there's a script quote from Iron Glass. You've probably heard this. You can find a YouTube video on it somewhere, but he's talking about the work that you want to do when you—everybody has a particular taste and style in their head that they imagine. But then when you try and do it, it doesn't meet those mental expectations, but you can get there by working at it.I really think that everybody's capable of doing really great stuff, but you need to work to get to that point. Don't give up, but that's the whole—and I think follow your passion is really bad advice, but I think do what you enjoy because it may be that you may not enjoy your job which is providing for you and maybe your family. But if there's something outside of that that brings you joy and that you enjoy doing, do that in a way that helps you be happy.Over time, what you do with that will match what you see in your head. There may be opportunities that come up as a result of doing that because you never know. Opportunity—I forget who said this quote. Opportunity is often masked as hard work. If you're not doing the work to prepare for the thing that you want to do when that opportunity comes, you're gonna be ill-prepared to do that, that you want to do.And so, it's important to do the things that you feel are important that you love and you'll have an opportunity at some point. Timing is really important. I'll do a fourth one because this one I feel—and I've mentioned a little bit. You need set boundaries for yourself on what you do. You need to be able to say, this is what's important to me, and these other things aren't so important.And so, when it comes down to it, you know, I won't be doing this, this, or this because it conflicts with my more important thing. For me, personally, my most important thing is my family, and everything that I do, I do—I love design. I find that an extremely fulfilling, rewarding career, but it's a means to be able to provide for the family and make sure that they're taken care of.I think that a lot of people are like, this is my hustle. This is my thing. If you put so much of yourself into that, that you identify that with that, and if that thing goes away, where are you left? Set the boundaries for the things that are really important to you in your life that are not work-related. Because I can guarantee you everybody has something that's very important to them, that it's not work-related.Set those boundaries, talk about those boundaries, and live your life in a way that reflects your priorities because as you do that, people will see that, they'll understand that, they'll respect that. And as you do those things and you express yourself through whatever creative means you have, you'll gain those opportunities to be able to do those things and then lead a more fulfilling life and that you're you're happy with. You won't be living with regrets if you do those things.MR: I love the fourth tip. That's really great. Really encouraging. Well, thank you for all those tips and we appreciate your wisdom for all of us here. It seems like just minutes and suddenly we're near the end of the show. I'd love to hear where's the best place for people to find you? Websites, social media, whatever you think would be the best place to start and connect.TH: You bet. I do have a personal site as we were talking about. It's at tyhatch.com. That's gonna be where you can find me. I have links off to all my socials. I'm on Twitter for however long that's still up. I'm on Instagram. You can find me at both of those. Most social media, you can find me at Ty Hatch. Instagram, Twitter, those have been my mainstays. I do have a profile on Mastodon as well. You can find me there tyhatch@mastodon.online. And then also most of my schedule archive of at this point in time lives over on Pinterest. You go to pinterest.com/tyhatch.com/sketchnotes. I think I have a collection of about 300 different sketch notes that I've done.MR: Oh, that's great.TH: You can find me there. I'm always happy to field any questions. If you see something you like, send me a note. Say, "Hey Ty, I really like this sketch. Do you have it?" And if it's something from October, happy to do that. I did a thing years ago, oh gosh, it's been almost 10 years. Really, Mike, I'm getting old. I did this thing about 10 years ago called Artist Trading Cards, or ATC. I think it might still be up if you go to apcs.tyhatch.I did a bunch of Artist Trading Cards. It started off ostensibly as like, "I'm gonna do a little Christmas present for coworkers." And it turned into a four-month project that I had a daily post of thumb little sketch that I did. I'm happy to sell these or trade with you if you want to trade physical objects. There's a whole range of those out there as well. It's fun. I enjoy doing random doodles and I think some point, there will be an opportunity for 'em, but until then I get to enjoy them.TH: Yep.MR: Cool. Well, we'll definitely get show notes put into the episode. So if you're anything in or any of these things pique your interest, you can go check it out. We have links to it. And thanks so much, Ty for being on the show. I'm so appreciate the work you do and the representation you put into the world and your leadership really need people like you doing that. And I'm so glad that you do it.TH: Thanks, Mike. It's been a pleasure. It's been fantastic talking with you today.MR: You too. Well, and for everyone listening, that'll wrap another episode of "The Sketchnote Army Podcast." Till the next episode, this is Mike. Talk to you soon. All right. I'm gonna stop my recording.

NFT Catcher Podcast
Episode 140 | Zen Academy's Emileevee

NFT Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 72:13


intro to emileevee | Zen Academy Spaces | Doodles, Pharrell, & The Stoodio | Pudgy Penguins | Azurbala |  web3 weddings | Building in the Bear

NerdFT Radio
Episode #134 Ex Epic Games VP Joins Yuga Labs

NerdFT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 28:59


Welcome to NerdFT Radio, the podcast exploring the latest news and trends in NFTs, gaming, and Web3. This episode covers several exciting developments in these rapidly evolving fields. First, we discuss the appointment of Mike Seavers as the new CTO at Yuga Labs, the team behind the popular Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT project. We examine the background and experience of Seavers and consider the potential impact of this leadership change on the future direction of Yuga Labs and its NFT projects. Next, we turn to the recent NFT token gated merch drop by Adidas, one of the world's leading sports apparel brands. We examine this innovative merch drop's design and mechanics, allowing customers to purchase exclusive Adidas merchandise by owning certain NFTs. Lastly, we highlight the launch of Doodles 2 Stoodio. We examine the new features and improvements of Doodles 2 Studio and discuss the potential for this project to continue the success of the original Doodles. Tune in to NerdFT Radio to stay updated with the latest news and insights in the world of NFTs, gaming, and Web3 and to join the conversation on the future of these exciting new frontiers. Let us know what you think. Questions? Comments? https://twitter.com/NerdFTRadio Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Crypto_Crier https://twitter.com/RedsoxguyEth Follow us on Instagram @NerdFT_Radio! DISCLAIMER: All of the information discussed in our podcast is for entertainment purposes only. As with any financial endeavor, do your own research. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/support

NFT Catcher Podcast
Episode 139 | Live from the Stoodio with Doodles | Julian Holguin, CEO |

NFT Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2023 61:25


Doodles CEO Julian Holguin comes on the pod and there's much to discuss.The Stoodio, The Pharrell pack, Doodles wearables, Doodles 2! We got all the alpha, take a listen!Recorded Friday April 28, 2023Links:https://www.doodles.app/@DoodlesMichael Keen https://twitter.com/NFTicketJennifer Sutto https://twitter.com/jennifer_suttoNFT Catcher Podcast https://twitter.com/NFTCatcherPodproduced by Andy Cinquino  https://twitter.com/ajc254NFT Catcher theme music by ItsJustLos https://twitter.com/its_JustLosemail : NFTCatcherPod@gmail.comNFT Catcher Discord

DeaconLive
DeaconLive - Stay in the Bag

DeaconLive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2023 47:08


This Episode: Don't drink on cruise ships - Bee Space - Spring break to die for - Boy got ballz deep into golf - Meth Mom on NewsNation - Pine Straw mafia - Kevin and Kellie had a baby - Oodles of Doodles

Empire
Doodles: The Pixar of Web3 | Julian Holguin

Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 71:39


Today we are joined by Julian Holguin, the CEO of Doodles. Julian reveals how Doodles is creating an IP powerhouse that will become the Pixar of Web3. The OG Doodles NFT collection is just the tip of the iceberg (their "Toy Story"), with even more exciting things to come. In this episode, Julian explains the power of combining narrative with technology, Doodles' business plan and collaboration with global brands, the secret to community content creation, Doodles' growth strategy and more! You won't want to miss this inside look at one of the most captivating NFT/IP houses in Web3! - - Timestamps: (00:00) Intro (01:26) Doodles Origin Story (08:44) Julian's Digital Media Background (15:41) Building the Pixar of Web3 (20:09) Why Leverage NFTs? (23:47) The Impact of Doodle's Floor Price (27:16) Quicknode (29:04) Synthetix (30:43) The Business Model (39:29) Collaborations with Global Brands (44:32) Why Choose Flow for Doodles 2? (51:12) Scarcity, Utility and Community Content Creation (58:49) The Doodle Bank (01:04:46) Doodle's Audience and Value Accrual - - Follow Julian: https://twitter.com/jholguin Follow Jason: https://twitter.com/JasonYanowitz Follow Santi: https://twitter.com/santiagoroel Follow Empire: https://twitter.com/theempirepod Subscribe on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/4fdhhb2j Subscribe on Apple: https://tinyurl.com/mv4frfv7 Subscribe on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/wbaypprw Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/  - - This episode is brought to you by Quicknode. QuickNode is an end-to-end blockchain developer platform that makes building Web3 apps easy. Go to QuickNode.com and use code Empire for a free month on their feature-packed Build Plan! - - This episode is brought to you by Synthetix. Synthetix Perps is the most efficient decentralized perpetual futures engine, with 5/10 bp fees and up to 25x leverage. With a growing list of over 20 tradable markets, Synthetix Perps are available on Optimism via Kwenta.io and Polynomial.fi, with more coming soon! As a permissionless liquidity layer, Synthetix makes it easy for any protocol to integrate perps and earn 5%-10% of trade fees. - - Resources Doodles https://doodles.app/ https://twitter.com/doodles - -  Disclaimer: Nothing said on Empire is a recommendation to buy or sell securities or tokens. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and any views expressed by anyone on the show are solely our opinions, not financial advice. Santiago, Jason, and our guests may hold positions in the companies, funds, or projects discussed.

GM NFTs on Rug Radio
NFT Capitulation?

GM NFTs on Rug Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2023 85:44


Traditional markets don't have a lot to write home about, most things are basically unchanged. Interest rates are hovering in the same range they have been for the past few days. Tech earnings will be coming out next week, which could have an effect on the macro.Crypto is slipping, ETH is down to the low 1900's and the meme coin rallies have seemed to slow down with most falling into the red after the past few days of hype.It seems that the market may have expected more of a sell off with the banking crisis, and since they didn't see a massive dip, the markets are slowly working upwards.Separately, a thread went out talking about the security of the Bitcoin network becoming more vulnerable as time goes on, and the number of coins being reduced through the token mechanics. This could be one of the reasons it has been underperforming lately, but who is to say?Not pretty out there in the world of NFTs, if anything there has been a bit of accelerated bleeding going on. A bloodbath across the board with collections like Doodles approaching the single ETH range.The number of active wallets as well as floor prices have been declining, which is a terrible correlation to see. This all still feels like it will continue with the BLUR farming going on. @rektmando speculates that things could get even worse and to be prepared to see more blood. However, this is nothing new for the crypto and NFT world, we have lived through a thousand bull/bear cycles with major pullbacks. This one does have a different feel because of the major collections diving along with the overall sentiment.Last week there was euphoria everywhere and this week the vibes have shifted significantly. The IRL meetups always help to reaffirm the path and give confidence in everything that people are building. If you are feeling rekt, try to go to an irl event. It will help 1000%!This period of time will likely shape and shift the landscape of NFTs. The magic that exists in these different communities is not going anywhere, and the people showing up everyday are not chasing .001 eth flips, but rather building long lasting relationships and helping to advance the tech.@DegenzNFT announced Degenz Code! It requires burning either the Degenz gold pass or the Degenz access pass to redeem the new Degenz Code asset with pixelated art that was created by @TimpersHD! There will be codes hidden throughout the Degenz universe, and holders will be able to use these codes to redeem art.We had @cemhah on to talk about the STUBS burn today featuring his work. There are two amazing pieces available. This week's mint is available for 2 days with an open amount of supply. If you have a STUBS mint pass you will be able to burn without any FOMO The RugDAO has 4 proposals open for voting right now, and voting is live for 3 more days!. The DAO is essential to advancing our decentralized efforts so please take part, go look at the proposals, vote, and maybe even think about submitting your own proposalGM! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Know Brainerz Empowering Possibilities
#61 Your Brain Wants to Doodle!

Know Brainerz Empowering Possibilities

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2023 22:51


Have you ever been in a class or a meeting, and as you're taking notes, listening, or participating, you are doodling on the margins of your pages, over the top or even using the entire page to draw a doodle art design or shapes? That could be looked upon as not paying attention or daydreaming, but did you know that your brain actually craves doodling? You may protest and say "No way! I'm not an artist, so my brain doesn't crave that." But when we combine the desire for the brain to wander with the kinesthetic touch of a pen to paper to keep us present, what happens in the flow of those doodles is actually more powerful than just sitting there and listening with hands still. -When you look at those doodles, what do they mean? -Are doodles significant? -Can they be analyzed? -What is the message of your doodle? If you enjoy this type of content and tools, be sure to check out https://levelupteen.com/learnmore for tools and skills.

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast
The Power of Inner Child Healing and Trauma Recovery with The Doodle Doc Trish Philipps

Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2023 37:32


In this episode, join us as we dive deep into the topic of inner child healing and trauma recovery with special guest Trish Philipps, also known as The Doodle Doc. Our host shares their personal journey of reconciling with their inner child and how it led to a wealth of compassion and self-love. Trish is an expert in inner child work and trauma healing, making this episode a valuable resource for anyone struggling to create deeper compassion for their inner child. Whether you're dealing with past trauma or simply seeking personal growth, you won't want to miss this powerful conversation. Tune in to discover the transformative power of inner child healing and how it can create massive change in your life. ************* LINKS & RESOURCES ************* Learn how to heal and overcome childhood trauma, narcissistic abuse, ptsd, cptsd, higher ACE scores, anxiety, depression, and mental health issues and illness. Learn tools that therapists, trauma coaches, mindset leaders, neuroscientists, and researchers use to help people heal and recover from mental health problems. Discover real and practical advice and guidance for how to understand and overcome childhood trauma, abuse, and narc abuse mental trauma. Heal your body and mind, stop limiting beliefs, end self-sabotage, and become the HERO of your own story.  Join our FREE COMMUNITY as a member of the Unbroken Nation: https://www.thinkunbrokenacademy.com/share/AEGok414shubQSzq?utm_source=manual  Download the first three chapters of the Award-Winning Book Think Unbroken: Understanding and Overcoming Childhood Trauma: https://book.thinkunbroken.com/  Join the Think Unbroken Trauma Transformation Course: https://coaching.thinkunbroken.com/  @Michael Unbroken: https://www.instagram.com/michaelunbroken/  Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@michaelunbroken  Learn more at https://www.thinkunbrokenpodcast.com  Listen more about Dr. Trish Phillips at: https://www.thedoodledoc.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show
Geoffrey -vs- Brad -vs- Kenny - Episode 133 - Trivia Showdown

Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2023 28:53


Did a Florida Man really do that? What are 'brewers' who don't make beer? ankee Doodle stuck what, where? Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show tests your knowledge with facts you may have never known before! Host Jeff Revilla welcomes three guests to play three rounds of high stakes trivia. I've got 3 great guests joining me on Tonight's Show: Geoffrey Golden Narrative Designer & Game Writer https://www.geoffreygolden.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffreygolden https://adventuresnack.substack.com/ Brad PaschalMarket President at Dynatron Software https://www.dynatronsoftware.com/ Kenny IngersollMoney Mindset Dream Big Coach and Podcast Host https://www.ingersollenterprises.com/ On this show we are playing: ROUND 1 - Florida Man Headlines ROUND 2 - Sports Connections + Name 5 ROUND 3 - Buzzer Bangers from Outer Space Stuff I Never Knew Trivia Game Show tests your knowledge with facts you may have never known before! Host Jeff Revilla welcomes three guests to play three rounds of high stakes trivia of stuff you should know! https://stuffineverknew.com/  

NFT Catcher Podcast
Episode 135 | The NFT.NYC 2023 Recap w/ JuicyKatBae |

NFT Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2023 76:52


intro to JuicyKatBae |  JKB on planning the IRL Doodles NYC party |  NFT.NYC 2023 | Franklin retires | NFT100 list | new Manifold burn tools | sponsored by SwoopsSSN1 PRESALE SIGN UP http://playswoops.com/presale  Links:@juicykatbaeJenny's vlogs Day 1 | RSOP | NFTNYC | JKB PartyJuicyKatBaeMichael Keen https://twitter.com/NFTicketJennifer Sutto https://twitter.com/jennifer_suttoNFT Catcher Podcast https://twitter.com/NFTCatcherPodproduced by Andy Cinquino  https://twitter.com/ajc254NFT Catcher theme music by ItsJustLos https://twitter.com/its_JustLosemail : NFTCatcherPod@gmail.comNFT Catcher Discord

Web3 Breakdowns
Christian Dittmeier: NFTs for the Masses - [Web3 Breakdowns, EP.66]

Web3 Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2023 41:05


My guest today is Christian Dittmeier. A former financial analyst, Christian was pulled into the crypto world after the wild and unexpected success of one of his side projects. Today, Christian is the co-founder of Evaluate, a platform for trading and swapping NFTs like Top Shot trading cards and Doodles wearables. In this episode, he talks about his insights and experiences in the world of NFTs. We discuss the different types of users, the value of swapping, and the decision to build on the Flow blockchain over Ethereum. Please enjoy my conversation with Christian Dittmeier. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by OKX. You may have seen OKX on McLaren's Formula 1 race car or Manchester City's football kit. But what is OKX? OKX has over 730 spot trading pairs, 280 derivatives markets, and 1000 options markets. It processes 400,000 requests per second with 99.95% uptime. That's why over 20 million traders and institutions choose OKX when they want to trade. Visit okx.com to learn more. ----- Web3 Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Web3 Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @Web3Breakdowns | @ericgoldenx | @patrick_oshag  Show Notes (00:02:33) - (First question) - How the founding team of Evaluate came to be (00:04:23) - What it was like for Evaluate to gain popularity so suddenly in the NFT boom (00:05:39) - How they made decisions about their business model and image (00:07:08) - How they think about collaborating with other builders in the space and branching out from their small niche market (00:09:51) - Dealing with the fast-moving and cut-throat nature of this nascent market (00:11:32) - Building a defensible and profitable business in an open-source world (00:13:35) - The nuances and challenges of deciding which chain to use for an NFT platform (00:16:14) - The irony of re-centralizing DeFi on an NFT platform (00:17:51) - His perspective on the community built around NFT capital (00:19:51) - Evaluate's direct NFT-swapping system (00:23:28) - How sentimental value and “the endowment effect” play in to NFT valuations (00:25:40) - How NFTs can unlock new levels of fandom (00:27:37) - Key factors in building successful NFT systems and infrastructure (00:30:13) - Weathering volatility and staying innovative in the wake of the NFT boom (00:37:43) - The difficulties of avoiding speculators and securing a stable customer base  (00:39:48) - What he's most excited to build over the next six months and six years

Pooch Parenting
Decoding Doodle Behavior: What to do When Your Pup Growls At Your Kids

Pooch Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2023 18:18


In today's episode of The Pooch Parenting Podcast, I am partnering with my friend Corinne of The Doodle Pro™. She shares a question with me from one of the members from The Doodle Pro's Honor Society about a maltipoo who is growling at their 7 year old daughter. Join us as we dive into doodle dog behavior, how to read body language, and what to do about growling.Topics on this episode include:what is a doodledog body languagewhy dog's growlhow to prevent dog growlingconsent in dogswhen dogs growl at kidshow to prevent dogs from feeling unsafe around kidsThe ABC's of Growling - How to Understand and Respond to Your Dog Do you have a question you'd like me to answer on the Pooch Parenting Podcast?I love to answer listener questions on the podcast. If you'd like your question answered, please record it (like a voicemail!) here. I'll do my best to include it in a future episode.Thank you for listening! Want to learn more about Pooch Parenting and how we can help you? If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review on Apple Podcasts. Looking for QUICK dog and parenting tips? Sign up for my free on-demand summit.

The Family Pupz Podcast

Today's Topic:  There is no breed of dog (or, more precisely, a grouping of mixed-breed dogs) that has captured the hearts and minds of many, more fully, in recent years (for good and for bad), than doodle dogs.  And it's not hard to understand why.  The combination of their (purported) hypoallergenic and shed-free coat, their uber-cuteness, and their sociable and high-energy nature (which can be a plus or a minus, depending on who you ask) make them an attractive option for many.  But what else should you know before you make the (expensive) plunge to get a doodle of your very own, or to help you manage the doodle that you've already brought into your life?That's why we invited the owner and head trainer of The Doodle Pro™, a dog training company dedicated to helping doodles live happier and safer lives, and the host of the top-ranking and award-nominated, The Doodle Pro™ Podcast, Corinne Gearhart, to the podcast, to discuss how she became an owner of a dog walking and a dog training company as someone who's allergic to dogs herself,  whether all doodles are truly hypoallergenic and shed-free, how raising a doodle can be difficult for even the most seasoned and knowledgable of dog parents, how her training approach to doodles differs to that of other trainers, her advise on what to look out for when looking for a reputable breeder, what not to do when trying to deal with a hyperactive doodle, and so much more! Guest Bio: Corinne Gearhart is the host of the highly-rated and popular, The Doodle Pro™ Podcast, that has most recently ranked #1 on Australia and New Zealand's charts and #3 on the genre's US, Canada, and UK's Apple charts. As the owner and head trainer of "The Doodle Pro™", she has more direct professional experience with Doodle mixed dogs and a variety of Doodle mixes than any other trainer. She has grown to be the international expert on Doodles, and uses her expertise to support Doodle Parents via her online training courses and membership. Her Fear-Free and positive-reinforcement education on dog training shines through in her approach to doodle parents as well -- treating all pet parents with the same respect and compassion she shows their dogs. She is driven to "Bridge the Doodle Divide™" that exists in the Pet Care Industry.Connect With Corinne Gearhart:WebsiteTikTokYouTubeInstagramFacebookMiscellaneous Links:Goldendoodle Association Of North AmericaThe Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA)Denver DoodlesThe Genius Dog Challenge

Overpriced JPEGs
Doodles CEO Julian Holguin LIVE from Miami l Overpriced JPEGs #152

Overpriced JPEGs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2023 63:43


The Nonlinear Library
EA - AISafety.world is a map of the AIS ecosystem by Hamish Doodles

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2023 1:33


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: AISafety.world is a map of the AIS ecosystem, published by Hamish Doodles on April 6, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. The URL is aisafety.world The map displays a reasonably comprehensive list of organizations, people, and resources in the AI safety space, including: research organizations blogs/forums podcasts youtube channels training programs career support funders You can hover over each item to get a short description, and click on each item to go to the relevant web page. The map is populated by this spreadsheet, so if you have corrections or suggestions please leave a comment. There's also a google form and a Discord channel for suggestions. Thanks to plex for getting this project off the ground, and Nonlinear for motivating/funding it through a bounty. PS, If you find this helpful, here are some other projects you may be interested in (these have nothing to do with me): aisafety.training gives a timeline of AI safety training opportunities available by plex using AISS's database aisafety.video gives a list of video/audio resources on AI safety by Jakub Kraus. aisafety.community lists communities working on AI safety (made by volunteers in Alignment Ecosystem Development) And plex wanted me to mention that Alignment Ecosystem Development has monthly calls to collect volunteers. So... go do that maybe! Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

La Crosse Local
E.380: Chase Gentry | The Menagerie of C.W.G.

La Crosse Local

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2023 14:40


We connected again with artist Chase Gentry, we got into his new audience on TikTok , Chase's coloring book, “The Menagerie of C.W.G.” and the upcoming exhibition at the Pump House, running May 24 – June 15, 2023. https://www.cwgartwork.comYou can find more conversations, food reviews, weekend picks, live music and events on our website https://lacrosselocal.com.

Save Trash Cinema
Cool World

Save Trash Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2023 82:50


On today's episode we're calling for all Noids and Doodles to join us because we're turning the horniness level for your Saturday morning cartoons up to 11 when we zoot suit boogie our way through Ralph Bakshi's 1992 animated trash classic–Cool World! Remember: FIGHT BIG BOX OFFICE, SAVE TRASH CINEMA!

NFT Catcher Podcast
Episode 132 | Miami NFT Week Recap |

NFT Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2023 54:48


Miami NFT Week | Cory Van Lew studio tour | Jenny's custom Doodles kicks | Nakamigos | Links:Michael Keen https://twitter.com/NFTicketJennifer Sutto https://twitter.com/jennifer_suttoNFT Catcher Podcast https://twitter.com/NFTCatcherPodproduced by Andy Cinquino  https://twitter.com/ajc254NFT Catcher theme music by ItsJustLos https://twitter.com/its_JustLosemail : NFTCatcherPod@gmail.comNFT Catcher Discord

NerdFT Radio
Episode #128 Disney leaving the Metaverse?

NerdFT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2023 25:13


Welcome to NerdFT Radio, your go-to podcast for all things nerdy and digital. In this episode, we'll be discussing some exciting news and developments from the world of NFTs, gaming, and entertainment. First up, we'll dive into the recent news of Disney laying off employees, specifically cutting their metaverse division. We'll explore what this means for the future of the Metaverse industry and how it could impact the broader ecosystem. We'll also examine the challenges and opportunities facing startups and companies as they seek to establish themselves in the Metaverse space. Next, we'll talk about Ticketmaster's recent use of NFTs for their tickets. We'll explore how NFTs are being integrated into the ticketing industry and what this means for fans and collectors. We'll also discuss the potential implications of this move for the broader NFT and crypto industry. But that's not all - we'll also be discussing the long-awaited reveal of Doodles Genesis Boxes. We'll explore how they fit into the broader Doodle ecosystem. So join us for another fun and informative episode of NerdFT Radio, where we'll cover all the latest news and trends from the world of NFTs, gaming, and entertainment. 00:00:15 Intro- RSG gets a dog/ Crier streaming 00:03:19 Wildcard Stream recap 00:05:07 Disney 00:09:15 Ticket Master releases first NFT tickets 00:14:09 Doodles Genesis boxes 00:20:25 Destiny 2 Gambit 00:22:14 Super Mario Bros Movie 00:23:42 Secret Invasion Trailer Let us know what you think. Questions? Comments? https://twitter.com/NerdFTRadio Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Crypto_Crier https://twitter.com/RedsoxguyEth Follow us on Instagram @NerdFT_Radio! DISCLAIMER: All of the information discussed in our podcast is for entertainment purposes only. As with any financial endeavor, do your own research. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdftradio/support

Beyond The Hustle
Pio Vincenzo On NFTs The Nifty and future of Web 3

Beyond The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2023 52:13


"I think we're in the midst of some new macro trends. For the past two years there's only been two macro trends: digital identity, or profile picture collections, and generative artwork, both are favored by the market. I think that the data shows that those are the only two areas that are truly favored by the market. If you look at how much liquidity has gone into those two areas of NFTs, it's really hard to make a case for anything else being a true macro trend. If you look at Bored Ape Yacht Club there's literally 713K+ ETH worth of secondary market volume. Doodles, another 160K ETH. That's billions of dollars in these collections. If you look at Chromie Squiggle, a generative art project, there are 60K ETH of secondary market volume. There's a belief that generative art is going to be a big movement in our history, and that buying these is buying the foundational early pieces that will eventually be priceless, similar to a Picasso." Pio Vincenzo is the co-founder of The Nifty, a web 3, venture backed media company. Pio is also the co-host of a daily morning show along with his co-founder Nick O'Neill. During today's interview, we talked about Pio's background, the beginnings of his Web 3 journey, current trends in the NFT space, future plans for The Nifty, and so much more!  Connect with Pio on Twitter @piovincenzo_ and tag him and myself when you listen to the interview! My Twitter is @carolinamillan  Download a FREE copy of my report Personal Branding Secrets HERE, to discover how to leverage social media to build a personal brand!  Enjoyed the episode? Leave a 5 star review and subscribe! 

Sticky Pawdcast
The Cosmic Significance of Doodle Art - The Sticky Pawdcast Ep.44

Sticky Pawdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2023 51:57


Sticky Pawdcast is a weekly comedy improv podcast hosted by Travis Flesher, featuring co-hosts George Carmona and Chase Gutierrez, and engineered by Austin Alvarez. Recorded live at Sticky Paws Studios in Las Vegas, this podcast brings you the most hilarious antics and playful banter from the studio employees. and today we break a world record. ~ Tune in every week on YouTube at 5pm for non-stop laughter and good times! ~ Whether you're a long-time fan or tuning in for the first time, you won't be able to resist the infectious energy and quick wit of our talented hosts. So mark your calendars for our live weekly show on YouTube We now have merch: https://sticky-merch.myspreadshop.com/ Please support our Studio by checking out all of our social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stickypawsstudios Twitter: https://twitter.com/stickypawscrew Discord: https://discord.gg/Zu3BUEt36F TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stickypawsstudios --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sticky-pawdcast/message

GM NFTs on Rug Radio
WTF is HV-MTL? + PIXELYNX

GM NFTs on Rug Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2023 99:13


In this episode, we discuss the current state of traditional markets, which are strong and expected to close well. Interest rates are selling off, with 2yr treasuries seeing a slight increase. Crypto saw a dip in gains from yesterday, and altcoins are selling off, with $ARB outperforming most of crypto. BTC dominance continues to hold strong.We also cover the latest news in NFTs, including Yugalabs' reveal for the Meta Apes, which was a big hit. Volumes across collections have slowed down, and Doodles 2 genesis boxes are set to open on the 31st. ArtBlocks.io opened a marketplace and is enforcing royalties, and Nakamigos are off their highs.Coolcats had a town hall meeting where they discussed their struggles, their deal with Macy's, and future plans, but sell pressure continues.Ledger is close to completing a 108 million euro raise, following a 300 million dollar raise last year, indicating that they have kept their market valuation throughout the market fallout.We also discuss Frank degods' recent buying spree, where he tapped into his favorite ETH communities to celebrate the migration. He bought a Bored Ape over CryptoPunks, citing the airdrops and claims associated with the apes.Lastly, we were joined by PIXELYNX, who has worked with major brands in the past and has a passion for music before getting into blockchain technology. Their aim is to join music and gaming together and were recently acquired by @animocabrands. They envision something similar to Pokemon but for music.PIXELYNX on @ 59:50GM! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
WEB3 DEBATES: Do NFT Holders Have Rights? | #167

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 30:54


In this new segment of the podcast, we debate if holders of an NFT project should have the right to demand whatever they want as if they were shareholders of a company, taking as a starting point the recent controversy around Doodles no longer being an NFT project.

She Turned Entrepreneur
#142: This Young Artist Has Turned Her Whimsical Doodles into a Fast-Growing Business! with Sammy Handler

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 17:35


Sammy Handler is living the dream! She has transformed her passion for art (which started with painting doodles on friends' shoes in high school) into a growing commercial enterprise. As she explains to Host Dori Stewart on this episode of Teacher Turned Entrepreneur, this 26-year-old dynamo has taken her colorful vision and packaged it in a huge array of ways that have caught the eye of everyone from new moms (who love her bibs and baby blankets) to kids (who devour her personalized accessories) to college students (who are decking out their dorms) to corporate marketers (ever on the prowl for cool new promotional items). Sammy has straightforward advice to offer that will embolden people of all ages to figure out what they love and then work out how to make it “blow up” the way her KicksBySammy custom designs have done. When it comes to scaling her business, we're learning how this young entrepreneur has gone about identifying collaborators who align with her values and integrated a meaningful charitable element into the model. Sammy has some especially helpful advice for young aspiring entrepreneurs about taking advantage of university resources and building that all-important network! Most of all, you'll come away inspired to check out Sammy's art, which is visible not only all over social media but also on eye-catching public murals in Miami and Chicago. Click here if you want a peek at her one-of-a-kind feast for the senses! If you enjoyed this episode of Teacher Turned Entrepreneur, click here to hear past shows and leave comments! KEY TAKEAWAYS:· How Sammy turned her passion for art into a business, from painting shoes for high school friends to blowing up on social media to providing promotional products for large corporations.· Expect the Unexpected: Groundbreaking businesses are often built on ideas that no one has ever tried – or thought possible. So go ahead. Explore!· The old saying proves true once again: Find something you love doing, then figure out how to make money doing it. The formula works!· How did Sammy turn her side hustle into a full-blown enterprise? She got practical about ways to scale her product to connect with the masses.· Analysis Paralysis: It's easy to get bogged down in market research, production systems and planning. Meanwhile, a competitor might be poised to overtake you!· Don't overthink! Your market is always going to evolve and change over time. · Sammy's Biggest Challenge: Juggling the many moving parts involved in running a business from the ground up. She's the driver behind:o Social mediao Design o Financeo PR· It's your baby! Sammy is learning (and asking other entrepreneurs about) how to entrust responsibility to others – a necessary next step in her company's growth. · Look for clients and collaborators who: o Understand and embrace your work.o Share your mission and align with your values.o Have a following that meshes well with your own.· How Sammy has gone about identifying her collaborators:o Networking with others in the art world.o Getting her artwork noticed (including public installations).· Some of Sammy's Top-Selling Products are Baby-Centered:o Blanketso Towelso Burp clotheso Bibso Pillows· Kids and adults alike love the personalization that Sammy offers, which is why she's constantly researching and open to new ideas for creating bespoke content.· The Charitable Element: In tribute to her grandmother, who died of pancreatic cancer, Sammy donates a portion of sales proceeds each year to the Lustgarten Foundation. She also offers a buy-a-gift and give-a-gift campaign that supports holiday toy drives and DIY painting activities live on Instagram.· Advice for Young Aspiring Entrepreneurs:o Start networking early. It's so important!o Your college has an entrepreneurial center (probably at their business school) so check it out while you can!o Start asap to enter contests, pursue grants and get feedback.o Leverage resources and knowledge banks. You don't know it all!o After graduation, keep extending your circle of collaborators and mentors.o Don't be shy. Reach out via social media, LinkedIn or any other way you can think of. People are willing to talk to you – if you ask!

The Worst Year of Our Lives
All-Request Spectacular #17 Part 2

The Worst Year of Our Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023


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NFT Catcher Podcast
Episode 131 | Floor Prices are Lava! | special guest Kamz of Women Who Web3 Podcast |

NFT Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2023 64:04


Intro w/ Kamz | Floor prices crashes|   Cryptopunk 685  burned | Otherside 2nd Trip | yOOts to Polygon | OSF's Red Lite Disrict @ Sotheby's | Doodles genesis boxes | Magic Eden adding Bitcoin NFTs | Mid-Journey AI bot in NFT Catcher Discord | Sam Altman, Lex Fridman Podcast | NFTLA | VeeCon tickets watch | Salesforce  x Polygon |Links:@KamalaAlcantaraWomen Who Web3 PodcastMichael Keen https://twitter.com/NFTicketJennifer Sutto https://twitter.com/jennifer_suttoNFT Catcher Podcast https://twitter.com/NFTCatcherPodproduced by Andy Cinquino  https://twitter.com/ajc254NFT Catcher theme music by ItsJustLos https://twitter.com/its_JustLosemail : NFTCatcherPod@gmail.comNFT Catcher Discord

The NFT Night Shift
NFT Night Shift Goes Crypto

The NFT Night Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2023 75:24


On tonight's @dGenNightShift$ARB #Airdrop Final WordAre NFTs dead? Night Shift going crypto?#Binance Fiasco#NFT volume down bad, but lots of news!Doodles, #Xcopy, Renga Announcement, and more!#Otherside 2nd Trip - March 25thFUD Roundtable - No Zen Room BSPowered by @dGenNetworkAudio: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1955224Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmBNBOP_xIkWebsite: https://dgen.network/Follow us on Twitter:dGen Network: https://twitter.com/dGenNightShiftThe Night Shift: https://twitter.com/dGenNetworkThe Crew:JpCaz: https://twitter.com/jp_cazMizzle: https://twitter.com/ITzMiZzlePh0nics: https://twitter.com/Ph0nicsShane: https://twitter.com/ValentinesDipTj: https://twitter.com/nft33jSupport the show

Greedy Bitch
We're not price gouging

Greedy Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 8:47


Hello hello and welcome to Greedy Bitch, a podcast where groomers stop apologizing for charging their worth. I'm your host River Lee, founder of the Savvy Groomer. Today's episode is sponsored by the Price Increase Masterclass, a 6-module Masterclass where we teach you all about increasing your prices. Let's talk about today's topic: We're not price gouging If you've followed along with the Savvy Groomer at all, you probably know by now that I am a huge advocate for price increases in the grooming industry. Over the years, prices have barely increased across the industry. That means that prices are not keeping up with inflation or the latest trends and many groomers are suffering financially because of it. I am a strong advocate for groomers to strategically increase their prices based on their needs and goals, and then yearly price increases after that to at least keep up with inflation. This can mean that many groomers might increase their prices from $35 a dog to up to $150 a dog. This is quite the price increase and many people have an emotional reaction to these numbers. “Isn't that price gouging?” they ask. In this podcast, we'll take a look at what makes for fair pricing and why I believe that strategic price increases are not price gouging. Let's start by defining some terms. What is price gouging? It is important to define what we are talking about. According to Wikipedia, price gouging occurs when a seller increases the prices of goods, services, or commodities to a level that is much higher than what is considered reasonable or fair. Usually, this event happens after a demand or supply shock, such as a dramatic price increase on basic goods after a natural disaster. We all experienced how the price of basic goods such as toilet paper and face masks went up during the Covid-19 pandemic! What is inflation? Inflation is a general increase in prices and a fall in the purchasing power of money. Basically, the value of the dollar goes down. Inflation rates change from year to year, but on average, inflation is about 2–3% yearly. A great example of inflation is the housing market. The value of homes has gone way up over the years. In 1965, the average cost of a home was about $21,500. Today, the average cost is about $348,000. For an industry example, groomers in 1980 charged about $20 per dog. To understand this figure in today's terms, we have to adjust for inflation. That $20 from 1980 would be worth about $73 today. How can we determine what's fair? When determining a fair price, we often compare ourselves to others in the industry. But before we can determine what a fair price is for a dog groom, we need to determine if we've been fair to ourselves as an industry and if the market is fair. Because I don't think that the market is fair! In general, as an industry, most groomers have not raised their prices to even keep up with inflation, let alone to reflect their time, effort, and skill. It is common for groomers to have the same prices for 20 years! In this industry, we struggle with the race to the bottom — meaning that we try to outcompete and get customers by having the cheapest prices. A groomer will leave a business to open their own shop, and either match or undercut the prices of their old boss (who already hadn't raised their prices in decades!). They'll hire a groomer to join their business, and then that groomer will eventually leave to do the same thing. I call this the “cycle of suck.” We see this happen over and over in the industry and prices, and groomers, suffer because of it. Groomers also try to compete with big businesses like Petco and PetSmart, but these businesses actually offer their grooming services at a loss. They make their money off of getting customers in their stores and buying retail items, not from grooming. So why would we try to compete with their prices if they are losing money on grooming? That is definitely not fair. When considering what's fair, we also have to consider the most popular dog breeds today. Dog breeds are trendy, and groomers are not getting the same breeds that they did decades ago. For example, Doodles are a newer, insanely popular breed. Some days, all we get might be Doodles. These dogs have a very challenging coat and difficult personality. Grooming 5 doodles all day can be much more mentally and physically draining than grooming 10 Pugs or Shih Tzus in a day, and I believe that our prices should reflect those differences. Some people might call this price gouging, but I don't think so! I think that is entirely fair. Why we shouldn't be afraid to raise prices Change can be hard, and many people might not understand your price increase right away. But, in order to survive as an industry, we need to stand up for ourselves, create an industry of respect, and charge prices that allow us to hire and pay people fairly. If more groomers learn about the importance of charging a fair, modern price, then these higher prices will no longer be seen as shocking. Instead, our new prices will become the industry standard, new groomers will be attracted to the industry, and groomers will thrive. If you guys are interested in learning more about the Price Increase Masterclass, be sure to check out savvygroomer.com/pimc. This is a 6-module Masterclass where we teach you how to formulate and implement your price increase so you can finally make money and grow your business. Thank you all so much for listening to this podcast, We're not price gouging. Be sure to visit me at SavvyGroomer.com to see my current opportunities to work with me in growing your pet grooming business plus more free resources for you to learn. See you in our free community on Facebook - Savvy Pet Professionals! As always, Happy Grooming!

Overpriced JPEGs
Web3 at GDC, Doodles Not an NFT? + The Big Bitcoin Bet w/ HUG's Randi Zuckerberg & Debbie Soon l Overpriced JPEGs #147

Overpriced JPEGs

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 66:06


Goth and Bougie Podcast
EPISODE 147: SERIAL KILLER WEEK! WHACKA DOODLE DOO, AN ELECTRIC LAWNMOWER, AND 2 DEATH SENTENCES

Goth and Bougie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 59:31


EPISODE 147: SERIAL KILLER WEEK! WHACKA DOODLE DOO, AN ELECTRIC LAWNMOWER, AND 2 DEATH SENTENCES. Mel tells us all about The Broomstick Killer, Kenneth Allen McDuff, & how he brutally murdered women in Texas. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gothandbougiepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gothandbougiepodcast/support

PROOF
Event Spotlight: SXSW with Austin Hurwitz (Doodles), Fonz (Tokenproof), Ippsketch

PROOF

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 53:31


Sam (Director of Research, PROOF) reports from SXSW 2023 with three interviews in one.  He chats with Austin Hurwitz (Head of Business Development, Doodles) about how he got started with Doodles, Doodles 2, and what's next for the company.  Sam asks Fonz (Founder & CEO, Tokenproof) about future use cases for NFTs, and about data insights from NFT events powered by Tokenproof.  Finally, he talks with Ippsketch (Generative Artist) about his work on Art Blocks, the NFT royalties debate, and advice for generative artists. Austin Hurwitz on Twitter | https://twitter.com/austin_hurwitz  Fonz on Twitter | https://twitter.com/FonzGm  Ippsketch on Twitter | https://twitter.com/ippsketch  _________ Stay connected with PROOF: Follow Sam on Twitter | http://www.twitter.com/punk9059  Check out PROOF Daily Countdown on YouTube | https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsvBBjkB4w7b1rL4uzAqM894nzYxDc2-1  Turn Notifications on for Proof Podcasts on Twitter | http://twitter.com/proofpodcasts  __________ 00:00 Intro 01:44 Doodles with Austin Hurwitz (Head of Business Development, Doodles) -Joining the Doodles Team -The Doodles Community -Doodles 2 -What's Next for Doodles -Advice to the Corporate World on Launching an NFT 19:47 Tokenproof with Fonz (Founder & CEO, Tokenproof) -Why JPEGs -How He Got Started in NFTs -Use Cases for Tokenproof & NFTs -The Tokenproof App -Advice to the Corporate World on Launching an NFT -Data Insights from NFT Events  37:20 Generative Art with Ippsketch -The NFT Royalties Debate -Background: Artistic & Technical -Bent: Art Blocks Curated | https://www.artblocks.io/collections/curated/projects/0xa7d8d9ef8d8ce8992df33d8b8cf4aebabd5bd270/214  -Supply Strategy -Imposter Syndrome: Art Blocks Presents | https://www.artblocks.io/collections/presents/projects/0x99a9b7c1116f9ceeb1652de04d5969cce509b069/390  -Advice to Generative Artists

Business Beyond The Boardroom {On-Demand}
#284: Worth & Purpose: Mark chats with Travis Doodles

Business Beyond The Boardroom {On-Demand}

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 24:04


Mark chats with Travis Doodles, Co-founder of “Worth & Purpose” a non-profit Travis and his wife started to let people know that Jesus loves them, values them and gives their life meaning. Their mission is to be uncommonly generous with their time and money to spread the Gospel. You can get a glimpse of the impact they are having by watching their viral videos which have reached over 2 billion views in less than a year. If you'd like to partner with Worth & Purpose, you can find out more at TravisDoodles.com. Be sure to check out & subscribe to Travis Doodles videos on TikTok, Instagram, FB, and Youtube. @TravisDoodles . . . . Do you want better marketing results? Business Beyond The Boardroom host Mark Steckman has built a career out of helping businesses achieve better results from their marketing investment using: ✔️ Website development ✔️ SEO ✔️ SEM/PPC ✔️ Pre-roll videos ads ✔️ Paid social video ads ✔️ Digital Tv

白兵電台
幣加NFT EP 106- 到瑞信爆!|鷹:btc 必上30000|Doodle 含Lfomc開估小牛變大牛

白兵電台

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 56:53


節目:幣加NFT 主持:幣加火A.k.a.啊光、啊鷹、白兵 啊鷹Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/talkyukying/ 啊光Instagram::https://instagram.com/cryptokafire 白兵電台Discord Group: https://discord.gg/DnhN3u6Gdq ----------------------------------- Follow白兵電台唔同既主持人! 聽梅止痕去旅行: Comma A.k.a. 啊梅 Instagram: @______commma https://www.instagram.com/______commma/ Newage: New Age姐姐facebook:@NewAge姐姐 https://www.facebook.com/NewAge%E5%A7%90%E5%A7%90-103586127943495 足球: 啊鷹Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soccerying 啊鷹Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/soccerying 寶藥黨: 啊寶Instagram:httpshttps://www.instagram.com/bomedicinegang/ 傾天光+幣加火: 啊光Instagram::https://instagram.com/cryptokafire 歡迎來到白兵電台 哩度係最自由最多嘢聽嘅廣東話Podcast 我地有將檔案放喺其他Podcast網路平台,歡迎大家訂閱 白兵嘅Podcast: Spotify:https://reurl.cc/WLdqyO 安卓: shorturl.at/vJNQR Apple:https://rb.gy/qmibsl 也可以到其他網絡平台追蹤我地啊: 白兵Youtube(主):Stormtrooper白兵 白兵網頁:https://www.ytstormtrooper.com 白兵Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/whitesoldierr 白兵Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/whitesoldierr 白兵Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/whitesoldierr/ 白兵Payme:https://upload.cc/i1/2020/09/03/8NzvmF.jpg 白兵Youtube(主):Stormtrooper白兵 白兵Youtube(電台):白兵電台

The First Mint :: NBA Top Shot Podcast
204 - New Top Shot Drop, Baseball NFTs Arrive, Doodles Floors Itself, and Phil Deals With Life As A Celebrity

The First Mint :: NBA Top Shot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 134:12


This one got a little long. If you want the juicy NFT bits skip right to 1:07:00 mark, because we spend the first hour talking about March Madness, Phil's stories of coaching hockey, and how he deals with being an NFT celebrity. Then we finally talk about Top Shot, the money they're pulling in, and the long awaited release of Candy/Sorare MLB Series 2. EPISODE OUTLINE 3:30 - March Madness Fallout 23:00 - Phil's Hockey Coaching Stories 35:00 - Why Phil Hates Refs 42:00 - Phil's Meets Collectors 53:00 - How it feels to be NFT celebrities 1:07:00 - Latest Drop on Top Shot 1:30:30 - Baseball NFTs Finally Arrive 1:46:00 - WWE Betting Coming 1:48:00 - Doodles Floors Its Own Project 2:06:00 - Hasbullah vs Mickey Mouse 2:11:30 - The Alpha on New Projects Twitter Links The First Mint ⁠https://twitter.com/TheFirstMint⁠ LG Doucet ⁠https://twitter.com/LgDoucet⁠ The Reel Phil D ⁠https://twitter.com/TheReelPhilD⁠

PROOF
Beeple Studios Grand Opening | Meta Sunsets NFTs | $432K Lost Robbies Sale

PROOF

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2023 60:34


Kevin, Derek and Sam are here for 100 PROOF after a wild week. They talk about Meta sunsetting NFTs, the Beeple Studios grand opening, Doodles, and some big art sales. Sam discusses the current trends in the NFT landscape, and if airdrop farming is here to stay. Plus, some predictions on where we go from here. _________ Stay connected with PROOF: Follow Derek on Twitter | https://twitter.com/derekedws  Follow Sam on Twitter | http://www.twitter.com/punk9059  Check out PROOF Daily Countdown on YouTube | https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsvBBjkB4w7b1rL4uzAqM894nzYxDc2-1  Turn Notifications on for Proof Podcasts on Twitter | http://twitter.com/proofpodcasts  __________ 00:00 Intro Meta Sunsetting NFTs Beeple Event & SVB   Doodles NFT Macro, Airdrop Farming & Blur NFT Sales Persist  -The Lost Robbies sale | https://twitter.com/SuperRareBot/status/1636425836684296195 Predictions: Where do we go from here?

The Mint Condition: NFT and Digital Collectibles Entertainment

 TMC has added 2 extra shows a week via Twitter Spaces. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4:00PM ET, hop on Twitter and join the guys in a live "social audio" chat. You can request to come up and participate in the discussion.Check out the uncut Twitter SpacesPowered by @dGenNetworkWebsite: https://dgen.network/Follow us on Twitter:dGEN Network: https://twitter.com/dGenNetworkTMC Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMintCond​​​​Follow dGEN on all of our Social Media:Discord: https://discord.gg/8vbVZ8vDhrFB: https://www.facebook.com/DecentralizedGenerationNetwork/dGEN Pass: https://opensea.io/collection/dgennetwork Support the show

GM NFTs on Rug Radio
Fallen Blue Chips & Soft Rugs

GM NFTs on Rug Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 102:46


On the equity market side, the day was a mixed bag with the S&P being down and the NASDAQ up slightly. The Credit Suisse bank got their bailout, which led to a rally in the stock market. However, some investors are concerned that Europe is the next in line for a financial crisis from the banking system. Interest rates were very volatile, and the curve has flattened with 10 years going lower and 2 years going higher, which is inverse to the normal trend. Oil prices are steadily creeping up, which is worth keeping an eye on, and the crypto market seems to be holding decent with some altcoins moving 5-10%.On the NFT Twitter side, the community seemed rough as there was a lot of fear, uncertainty, and doubt about several projects, including Clone X in March, Doodle, and Poopie. Some investors are wary of PFP projects announcing new utility as they often end up poorly, despite any initial pump. Some investors are also concerned that Doodle's plan seems to cater to consumers instead of collectors, which can cause friction between the two groups.On the positive side, some investors see the current environment as a proper cleansing, as FOMO over the last 24 months is finally bottoming out, which is lending a platform for true growth and building. There is also talk that applied AI is going to transform the world, and the intersection of the blockchain is critical for things like security and verification in prompts and deepfakes.Voltura from Psychedelics Anonymous tweeted about potentially handing the project over to a DAO and letting them create a token, but he later deleted it and backpedaled, saying it was just an idea, a bad one. Chat GPT technology is enabling users to create whatever they want inside Oncyber, and there will be early access granted to select users to explore the new tech.Lastly, there was a partnership announced with Sorare, and a free mint was dropped by Fairxyz in celebration of the last week partnered with Rug Radio. Mint your Farokh Lisa for free, absolutely no utility but there is merch! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder
Sissy Doodle (feat. Josh Adam Meyers)

The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 59:21


During massage parlor talk, Josh Adam Meyers reveals that he went on a very progressive date!

The Changelog
News: Dalai, InputOutput.dev, Wik, Rspack, Doodle, Marqo & iLLA

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 7:10 Very Popular


Dalai is the simplest way to run LLaMA on your local machine, simple web tools that just work without annoying you, Wik is a tool to view wikipedia pages from your terminal, Rspack is a fast, Rust-based web bundler, Doodle is a pure Kotlin UI framework, Marqo is tensor search for humans & iLLA is an open source alternative to Retool.

The My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast With Steve Chou
447: $0 – $1M In A Year: How To Sell Products For Doodles With Garrett Yamasaki

The My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast With Steve Chou

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2023 49:10 Very Popular


Today, I have a very special guest on the show, Garrett Yamazaki. Garrett initially started out with a blog, making money with ads and affiliate marketing when he decided that he was leaving a lot of money on the table. So he decided to give private label a try and managed to make over a million dollars in less than a year. In this episode, we’ll learn how he did it. What You’ll Learn How to make millions selling pet products A blueprint for Garrett’s content machine How to transitioning from creating content to selling your own private label products […] The post 447: $0 – $1M In A Year: How To Sell Products For Doodles With Garrett Yamasaki appeared first on MyWifeQuitHerJob.com.

National Day Calendar
March 5, 2023 - National Absinthe Day | National Cheese Doodle Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2023 3:30


Welcome to March 5th, 2023 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate tipsy medicine and playing with our food. Absinthe is one of the strongest liqueurs you can buy, sometimes going as high as 160 proof. Over the years it has gained a bad reputation because of one of its ingredients: wormwood. This herb with the gross sounding name supposedly causes hallucinations or madness, but wormwood is used for very different reasons in Chinese medicine. In the 1900s, Chinese soldiers discovered that drinks containing an extract from the plant could help fight off malaria. Today we don't recommend drinking absinthe as medicine, but if being tipsy is your idea of celebrating, then by all means, try a glass on National Absinthe Day. Some folks celebrate with confetti, others with balloons. And if making a mess is your idea of a good time, then dive right in and celebrate the cheese doodle. Morrie Yohai had a knack for snacks and came up with the name for the cornmeal puffs, while he and his coworkers tried various flavorings. Despite leaving telltale orange fingerprints, cheddar cheese hit the spot and the Old London Company made its mark with this snack food. It was later purchased by Borden Foods and Yohai became the new company Vice President. Along with his various executive duties, he also had the privilege of choosing small toy prizes that went inside the boxes of Cracker Jacks. Which just goes to show that being a kid at heart can pay off big. On National Cheese Doodle Day, seize the day with this messy snack. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Jeselnik & Rosenthal Vanity Project

Like many a great novel, this episode builds slowly and ends in a torrent of explosive emotions, misgivings, killer roosters and sex dolls mistaken for human bodies.  AthleticGreens.com/JRVP BlackBuffalo.com Code JRVP