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Host of The Late Shift every Monday night on LOP Radio, Steve, sits down with some familiar names to talk about being a wrestling fan. Be they some of your favorite LOP Radio hosts, some of the most prolific columnists in the history of the site or even participants in the industry we're discussing, they are no different than you when it comes to having been hooked into pro wrestling. How did their fandom get started? What hooked them hard enough to take them from casual to devoted fan? What inspired them to start contributing to Lords of Pain, and how has the internet not only shaped their fandom but influenced the way it has progressed? Aside from all that, who's their favorite wrestler? Their favorite match, PPV, era? What are their thoughts on the current direction of the business?
On this, our return episode after a four month absence, we sit down with regular host of The Right Side of the Pond on LOPR and LOP Columns Hall of Famer, Mazza. We'll trace his path to fandom as he grew up across the pond, exploring what drew him to the mat game and, most important, what has kept him engrossed all these years later. How has pro wrestling tied into and influenced his life? What inspired him to sit down and begin his Hall of Fame column career on LOP? What happened to lead him to put on the headset and start The Right Side of the Pond, one of the original shows here on LOPR?
Always a good time and guaranteed to spark discussion, join Steve and his guest, Mazza, for the return of Fan To Fan right here on Lords of Pain Radio
WSJ's personal tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler reviews the brand new Samsung Gear VR headset. Could virtual reality finally go mainstream?
Your content is your livelihood.
So whether you're using your content to pull in traffic or you're selling content to fill up your bank account with cash, your business depends on your ability to create a lot of great content.
Create a Good Outline
If you start with a good outline, then you'll stay focused because you know exactly what you need to write about. And this focus will help you write more quickly.
2) Use Speech-to-Text Technology
This as been a true life saver for so many of my private high-end clients that have great stories to tell and content to share, but just can't get started sometimes.
Get a good microphone. Your software will work better if your words sound clear as you say them into your microphone. If you prefer, you can get a headset microphone for convenience.
Train the software. Yes, you will need to spend some time
training the software to recognize the way you speak (your
voice, accent, etc). So while this does take some time upfront, in the long run you'll save time once you've gone through all the training with the software.
3) Write Fast Without Editing
One reason that people often can't write very fast is because they stop and edit nearly every sentence as the go.
However, while editing is necessary, it's something you should do AFTER you've created the piece (not during the writing process).
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches
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Bennet Pomerantz talks to media guests on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
Jeanne Marie Spicuzza is a writer, actress, filmmaker, painter and herbalist. She is the founder and CEO of Seasons & a Muse, Inc., a seven-division arts and entertainment corporation. Nominee and winner of various awards, including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, the Golden Headset Award, the National Organization for Women “Woman of the Year,” and the Shepherd Express Best Performance Artist of the Year, Jeanne Marie has toured internationally and is published in A Gathering of Tribes, Blue Fifth Review, The Nervous Breakdown and others. Her premiere feature thriller, "The Scarapist," is in theatres. A mother and grandmother, Jeanne Marie lives with her husband, Violent Femmes and BoDeans drummer and composer Guy Hoffman, in Los Angeles. The family travels whenever they can.
Hi all and we start another week of music and fun in October 2015 I have around 32 artists and songs for ya tonight I am working on my broken headset so no talking by yours truely this week and I doubt for the next few weeks really because of a lack of money but when your on a fixed income like I am you cant always buy what you wont but bills,food are a must to survive. But I do assure you of new daily music shows each week. lets go enjoy the show
It’s tough to stay up to date on VR news -- in hardware, Samsung recently unveiled its update to its Gear VR headset, while loose details about a consumer-ready Oculus Rift circulate. Facebook is starting to feature immersed video content while Google is interested in being behind the camera (so to speak).
On this episode, Motley Fool’s Dylan Lewis and Sean O’Reilly break down who is doing what in virtual reality.
[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of a TVOT 2015 Grand Finale session, "The Reality of Virtual Reality." The session, which was organized and moderated by Brian Seth Hurst, Managing Partner of StoryTech, was described in the show brochure as follows:
"With the arrival of the Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard; with the holiday season promising the Valve/HTC Vive powered by SteamVR, to be followed by Oculus Rift in Q1 2016 and Sony's Morpheus by Q2; and with FOVE, billed as "The World's First Eye Tracking Virtual Reality Headset," seeing a highly successful Kickstarter campaign--it seems that VR, after years in the lab, has finally arrived.
Yet, while development is fast-moving, challenges remain for the industry. Now that the tools are being refined, what about the artistry of immersive, forward-moving narrative, the convergence of game and story, the responsibility for the safety of the consumer, and the business models? How are the game developers and Hollywood studios responding, and what are the true opportunities presented in entertainment, journalism, education, tourism, medicine and more? This session will bring together leading creatives and other key figures from the Virtual Reality space to discuss the current state of, and future prospects for, this rapidly emerging medium." Panelists included:
Shannon Gans, CEO, New Deal Studios
Arthur van Hoff, Founder and CTO, Jaunt
Brian Seth Hurst, Managing Partner, StoryTech (Moderator)
David Marlett, Founder, Cinemersia
Robert Nashak, COO Survios
Helen Situ, Virtual Reality Evangelist, NextVR
Brent Young, President and Creative Director, Super 78 Studios
Host Wanda Wiedman.
The NFL kick-off it's regular season with the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers in Foxborough. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady playing with a chip on his shoulder after DeflateGate drama.
Pittsburgh Steelers defense could not keep up with Patriots tight-end Rob Gronkowski, allowing him to score 3 touchdowns uncovered.
Steelers head Coach Mike Tomlin was angry over headset issues at the beginning of the game. Radio programs were interrupting headset functions for Steelers.
NFL contract extensions were completed for both Luke Kuechly of the Carolina Panters and quarterback Eli Manning of the New York Giants. Contract negotiations with Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor are still at a standstill with no movement in sight.