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2021.11.29 17:42 yerFATmam456 The 51st state does not exist.

The 51st state does not exist.
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2021.11.29 17:42 pavm8907 Anybody efficient in upper year molecular genetics?

Need help, will pay!
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2021.11.29 17:42 Blanco_ice 100 Episodes in - Lessons Learned

Over the past 2 years, I have had many highs and many lows building a decent-sized podcast from zero to where it is now. It has not been easy and I made a ton of mistakes along the way but in hindsight, all of those mistakes helped me improve and taught me valuable lessons. They also taught me what works and what doesn't work. Brace yourself this is long.
Here are a few lessons:

Why even start a podcast? There are many reasons - perhaps you are really passionate about skydiving or wombats or F1 race cars or you're a cinephile and you want to host a weekly show explaining to listeners why these things that you are passionate about are so awesome. Perhaps you want to interview thought-leaders or experts in their respective fields, or perhaps you want to make people laugh and feel better. Perhaps you want to flex those expertise muscles you have in cryptocurrencies. There are many reasons people start podcasts but it’s almost always because they are passionate about something. There is something they want to share with the world. Whatever show you want to host and whatever your reason for hosting it is, just remember - passion and dedication win the race. Your show doesn’t have to be the best, it just has to be the best you can do at the moment.
How I've personally benefited from starting a podcast -
I have created relationships with people that I hope will last a lifetime. In the beginning, it was unfamiliar and odd for me, I would get into long, deep, fascinating conversations with people who I literally just met 5 minutes prior. It took me probably 40 or 50 episodes to feel comfortable speaking to people who are public speakers, some for decades. I still can't listen to my first episodes without seriously cringing but I take that as a sign of growth, right?
It helped me become a better speaker, more confident in my abilities
I have been approached by people I look up to asking to appear on my show
I have been able to learn and write an ebook and help other podcasters in their journey
It has opened my mind to new ideas
Allowed me to create growth in other areas of my life, both business and personal
I have recently been able to monetize and start profiting off the podcast

If you have an interview format podcast, treat every one of your guests the same, regardless of if they have 2 followers or 2 million followers. The obvious reason being you invited someone into your home, it is incumbent on you to make them feel welcome. The other, more self-serving reason is that the more they like you and enjoy the conversation, the more likely they are to share the episode and recommend their fanbase to check it out. Also The more you connect with your guest, the more comfortable they’ll be, the better the whole episode gets.

Even if you have the gift of gab and are a talented speaker, staying on course, explaining the narrative, peeling layers off of a story until you get to its core is not an easy task. This is why most people go into this endeavor with another person either a co-host or a guest, which is usually more engaging and much less time-intensive. The more prepared you are the better the podcast will go. Write down some questions, even jokes, do the research in advance, be as prepared as possible. You don't want to have a blackout mid-interview and not have notes to save you.

Unlike Tik Tok or other viral platforms, building an audience and a successful podcast an unknown takes time. If you are in it for a few months, don't even start. Know that this is a multi-year endeavor and anything less would be a waste of your time. Sure if you have a large following you can enjoy quick success but the rest of us have to grind it out, and building a following/audience takes time.

There are valid points to back up both arguments. Generally speaking, generalists take more time to build an audience and a recognizable brand that listeners will relate to and trust. Because you are the brand, essentially, when listeners search - they search for you, and not the subject, which takes longer to build. It can take more time to connect and grow that trust.
Long story short, it takes time to build a brand around yourself.
Niche podcasts are also great - their popularity goes against the conventional wisdom of getting a large piece of the pie. The truth of the matter is you actually don’t need to have millions of listeners to be successful - you only need a few thousand dedicated ones, riches in the niches. It is an easier task to build a community around a shared passion, especially if you already have a wealth of knowledge on a topic. The only drawback is you must avoid pigeonholing yourself where you run out of talking points 20 episodes in.

If you are a Karate instructor looking to start a podcast on Karate, your audience is going to be different, from let’s say, a vegan baking podcast. Sketch out who that person is who is listening to you, the more you know your listeners, the better you can communicate to them. Age, gender, hobbies, likes, dislikes - but also things like, are they introverts or extroverts? Are they active or couch potatoes? Do they prefer funny, or serious shows?
Try to build or sketch out a character that is essentially your listener. Once you have that person in mind, it’s going to make it easier, and also more personal for you, to talk to that individual.
When you have distilled it and have concluded who you are speaking to find out where they hang out online. What online communities are they active on? Get engaged in those communities.

The Famous Kevin Kelly essay - A true fan is someone that will drive 200 miles to see you speak or buy every version of your book or follow you on every platform where you create content. The idea is 1000 people pay you $100 a year, which results in $100,000 - which is a nice chunk of change for most people. I would argue that it’s never been easier to do that. It’s never been easier for you as a content creator to connect with your fans. All the barriers that used to exist are dead. Now we have a never-ending open line of communication with anyone in the world.
The podcast is a great complementary platform to whatever it is that you do. Are you a freelance graphic designer? Great, create a podcast around that, interview other graphic designers or freelancers, explain to people its history and origins, why it’s so beautiful, why it’s so important, what the future holds for the art, etc. Build credibility - next time one of your listeners will need the services of a graphic designer, guess who’s name pops into their head?
However, don’t think about monetizing early on. Think “how can I add more benefit/value to my listeners”? Remember you are building trust, and trust takes time. Start out by giving away the information you have for free, build trust, create relationships, solidify yourself as an authority on the matter. Once you reach a level where you feel you have a dedicated audience that regularly tunes in, start monetizing in any way you see fit. A freemium model is your best bet. Offer some free, and some paid, content so you don’t lose your listeners - but monetize the die-hards.

You can obviously structure your podcast in any way you like or have no structure at all, you are the captain of the ship. However I find that listeners respond well to a familiar structure, and it helps you, as the creator, to build the show in stages.
Intro: Start off your intro with a quick explanation of what the show is about, hook them in. Then go into why they should listen, what is the benefit for them? Before you start the episode make sure to ask them to subscribe/follow and leave a review, this is crucial.
Episode: Start topic, don’t do long-form for the sake of being long-form, say what you have to say, or keep the interview alive as long as it is interesting. Finish with a positive.
Outro: This is up to you, some people do, some don’t. Do a short reflection about the conversation you just had. Call to Action, just like you did in the intro, ask your listeners to follow you on social media, subscribe/follow and leave a review. You can also give a short teaser about the next episode that’s about to drop.
Stick to a schedule - If your listeners are used to listening to you every Tuesday morning but then you don’t put anything out for 2 or 3 weeks you could lose them. Be sure to stay consistent. Engage with your listeners if for some reason you are not putting out an episode next week, tell them about it, explain to them why and promise them to come back even better the following week.
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I hope this helps someone out there that is either just starting out or thinking about starting a podcast.
These are only a handful of the lessons I've learned, if you're interested in learning more you can check out my ebook - It's packed with easy to understand, easy to follow actionable items
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2021.11.29 17:42 Litionpm Questions for Dsmp artists who want to share!

Hi I was just bored but how long have you’ve been drawing for and when did u get into the community, have a great day!!!
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2021.11.29 17:42 ComprehensiveForce60 #1 in Castle's heart ?

One hard and tricky question, to be honest. Who does Castle love more?
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2021.11.29 17:42 RazielOC Online?

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2021.11.29 17:42 tmoor_bot Finished Drawing of Katchoo Kissing Francine

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2021.11.29 17:42 Wicked1009 Warzone keeps making huge amounts of temp files causing massive performance drop. (Almost 10 000 temp files after 5 minutes of gameplay). Any fix?

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2021.11.29 17:42 okguy65 How the theft of 44 firearms from an L.A. gun store exploded into an LAPD scandal

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2021.11.29 17:42 J7A1G8 The last time I went to the doctor, he said I'm not _________ enough.

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2021.11.29 17:42 Alarming_Fuel_1535 Joven vende virginidad ¿será verdad?

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2021.11.29 17:42 Draiko7369 My HK OC! I don't have a name for them yet but the brass colored stuff is little joints so they can move their horns around

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2021.11.29 17:42 Special_Fix_6733 Whats my first step

I want to become a seal and im skinny and only 16 years old. I have documents on seal training but who would i see to put me on a plan based on the seal plan and teach me correct technique?
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2021.11.29 17:42 iamcorvin Sidewalk snow removal

First winter living in Dieppe, just wondering if the sidewalk in front of my house is the city or owner responsibility to clear? I've lived in places where it's been both but I can't find anything on the City of Dieppe website.
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2021.11.29 17:42 jix1991 For Science - Stranglegasp'd

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2021.11.29 17:42 RedXylophone Is Hillbilly the worst killer? He seems like fucking garbage.

What are you meant to do with him when your in a map like Gideon or Haddonfield? He has a slow and loud ass chainsaw that gives your location away from across the map and you get into overheat if you charge it for 3 seconds. He's abyssmal.
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2021.11.29 17:42 RLCD-Bot [Pink Octane] [Pink Z-Current] [Ion Pink] [Pink Astro-CSX: Inverted] [Classic]

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2021.11.29 17:42 prettyboyv If you would like to make a risky play and have exposure to the booming EV market, but every company seems to have either an insane market cap or a high chance of being a scam, then Canoo (GOEV) might be for you.

The EV industry stock's performance nowadays, shows a lot of similarities to the dot-com bubble. Everyone and their mum knows that the future is coming fast and wants a piece of the pie, but that leads to almost every publicly traded company having a crazy valuation, even fraudulent ones( I am looking at you, NKLA) . Some might argue that the insanity is even bigger, cuz the automotive industry is famous for its competitiveness and low margins. However, no one knows how long the bubble will last, especially given the fact that the adoption of EV vehicles is growing rapidly and if you have a higher risk tolerance there is still time to make a bunch of money. My personal favourite is Canoo, a company that despite all of the hype in the space, might still be a bit undervalued if it manages to deliver and has limitless upward potential if its competitors continue to trade at such high valuations and the EV sector continues to be the "hot chick" of the stock market.

Canoo is a young company that was founded by former Faraday and BMW employees. They both have left the company and one of them is now supposedly being in charge of the development of the Apple car. The current CEO is Tony Aquilla, a serial enterpreneur. Aquilla has founded and sold numerous companies and all of them were directly connected to the automotive industry. In short, he mostly managed companies that sold workflow software for the vehicle's collision and insurance industries, but he also used to import automotive refinishing products. Also, unlike other executives of EV companies who "cashed out" at IPO, he recently bought 35.3 million shares of GOEV ( at a discounted price) and he plans to buy an additional 18.3 million, having a significant part of his network tied to the company. Well, this guy definitely inspires trust.

Okay, the CEO is good, any other reason to buy Canoo? I think that there are many. First of all, Canoo is not just another EV company that has its exterior design as the possible main competitive advantage. They actually want to revolutionise the way that EV cars are made. The basic shape of a car hasn’t really changed over a century, with space for an engine, space for passengers, and space for luggage, all arranged in basically the same configuration. But because powerful electric motors and batteries are smaller than a standard powertrain, the whole shape of the vehicle could transform, if car designers were feeling creative. Canoo designed what it calls a “skateboard,” a thin platform that holds the battery cells, powertrain, and suspension, leaving more room for passengers with less footprint. Furthermore, they would use their "skateboard" as the de facto chasis for all of their models and that means faster production with less production costs.

Are they gonna really make a vehicle, or what you are saying has not gotten past a powerpoint presentation? Yes, they will as soon as the end of 2022. The company plans to build a 400-acre campus including a full commercialization facility with a paint and body shop, general assembly plant and another low-volume industrialization facility in Oklahoma. Canoo expects the plant to employ approximately 2000 people. Furthermore, the state has commited 300 million in financial iniatives for them. They are also planning to build a research facility in Arkansas and moved their headquarters there( of course, they have made a deal with the state that guarantees them more financial iniatives) . All in all, their mission is to transform the U.S. Route 412 corridor from Oklahoma through Arkansas into a center of electric vehicle research, development and manufacturing power.

Now, let's take a look at their financials. Canoo as expected is a loss-generating company as they have zero revenue. However, their "current ratio" is over 3, which means that there is an extremely low chance for them to have liquidity problems at least in the near term. They also have preorders that are worth 303 million and expect at least 100 million from universities and institutions in the states that they are operating in. They also upped their sales estimates and now expect to sell 30000 units in 2023.

Can I make a lot of money from investing in Canoo in a short amount of time? I never invest in companies for this reason, but nearly 40 percent of Canoo's float is shorted and if the shorts start to cover, the share price might get "artificially" inflated fast. There are also some near term catalysts like potential Apple and Walmart partnerships, but I won't dive deep into them, cuz they are pure speculation. There are a lot of DD' s on reddit about this topic, if you want to know more. Last but not least, Cannoo's current market cap is way lower than some of its competitors, which also have zero revenue. It is nearly 40 x lower than Lucid's and Rivian's , 2x lower than Fisker's, and 1.2x lower than Nikola's. My personal opinion is that Canoo's downside is lower compared to most of its competitors and the upside is bigger ( I know how cliche that sounds). However, I won't suggest investing in GOEV stock if you do not have a rather high risk tolerance, because you are still investing in a company that is at the early stage of its development, has zero revenue and market cap in the billions.
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2021.11.29 17:42 SevereMolasses75389 finally got onion cookie lets gooo!!

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2021.11.29 17:42 CPUGamer101 Need help with a couple parts

I know posts like this are probably made constantly, but I just need something to work from. I'm building a PC for the first time and trying to get a parts list together. I simply don't know how to choose some things, specifically the CPU and GPU. Pretty much all the other parts I understand what to look for, but I can't figure out how to tell if I'm going to have the power I want.
I'm trying to build a PC that can reasonably run PS5 games. That's pretty much it, at the moment that's going to be the most intensive thing I do with it. Doesn't need to be ultra graphics or anything, I just want to run them on like mid graphics with a high framerate.
So, what the hell GPU/CPU do I need to run for that? The part names and specs are latin to me, and I have no idea how to tell which ones are better or worse except by price tag, and even that doesn't help me figure out if it's the specs I need for what I want. Can anyone just point me in the direction of figuring out those two parts?
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